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A reckoning for Uber

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

06:56 min | 1 year ago

A reckoning for Uber

"Some disturbing data about risks when using car services. I'm David Brancaccio. The first story here I should issue a warning warning. It involves sexual assault. The Car Service Uber has released a report detailing the raw numbers of sexual assault on passengers. It's impart an effort to persuade government. Regulators and writers that the company's serious about safety marketplace's Nancy Marshall Genzer joins me now live from DC. Nancy what kinds of numbers we talking about here. Well the Uber Report says there were more than three thousand reports of sexual assault related to brides last year. The report talks about different categories of sexual misconduct that includes unwanted touching and kissing and rape uber also says nine people were killed in physical assaults last year. Air Nobre is trying to put this data from writers in the US in greater context. Yes Uber says there were no no reports of incidents on ninety nine point nine percent of more than two billion rides in the US in two thousand seventeen and twenty eighteen. It's trying to stress. This is very rare given the total number of Uber Trips. But when you're talking about sexual assault numbers even one is too many and they had more than three thousand looking this report. What Zuber Uber Doing Uber said an emergency button to its APP which it says will connect riders and drivers directly to nine one? One it says is it's doing more rigorous background checks drivers and has new technology that allows it to check on customers if it if it notices a crash or an unexpected expected long. Stop on a trip marketplace's Nancy Marshall Genzer. Thank you for that now. In just over an hour and a half we will get the government's armaments jobs report for November. It'll come with something called the annual benchmark revisions that the Labor Department makes nonfarm payroll numbers which there's year are doozy marketplace's Mitchell Hartman. Explains Every month the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates. How many jobs the economy added or subtracted based on a representative sample of six hundred eighty? Nine thousand employer worksites but there are around nine million actual employer establishments nationwide so be. LS checks its estimates against tax records covering nearly all those employers in its preliminary Gary report this year half a million fewer jobs turned up says BLS economist. John Stewart you'll by comparison since nineteen seventy nine a downward revision Asian of five hundred and one thousand would be the third largest that we've seen it's a sign. The labor market's weaker than we thought says University of Michigan Economist Betsey Stevenson Winston. It's possible that when you see a particularly large negative number it signals that the economy is at a turning point there were big downward revisions in nineteen eighty one nine hundred ninety one and two thousand nine all coinciding with recessions. I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace. Uh Okay here's a solid investment support marketplace today and your donation goes three times as far right now your donation makes triple the impact triple thanks to a special two for one match by the Kendedafund that is three times the support for the Public Service Journalism that you trust to keep you informed every day. The match only goes through this Sunday. So don't miss out give today at Marketplace Dot Org and thank you the massive Saudi oil company Aramco will start trading. It's new stock next Wednesday and starting out what we now know. We'll be eight dollars and fifty three cents a share. This values the company at one point seven trillion dollars only a portion of that twenty seven billion dollars worth will trade Aramco's value is subject to months on some calculation and speculation. Joining us. Now is John's fuck. You knock is Saudi and Gulf expert at Pembroke College Cambridge University and a fellow Chatham House think tank in London then we reached him in Riyadh today. Thanks for doing this. Thank you being the big oil company on the planet. Earth is a strong position here in two thousand nineteen but the list of risks is long. Give us a taste well. One is the JOE political risk. There is a risk that we might have attacks it coming from Iran or elsewhere another one could be climate. Change a shift away dramatic. Shift away from vehicles that use gasoline and oil prices need to stay at these levels for them to maintain a healthy balance sheet. Now there are indications that Saudi Crown Prince might have wanted a higher valuation. Still for Aramco that said within the range that was given recently. The evaluation evaluation is at the high end but one needs to remember that this statement of the two trillion dollar valuation was done one in two thousand sixteen when economic conditions globally but also in Saudi were very different Things have slowed down globally. And and secondly I would I would dare to say that. The two trillion dollar valuation was done based on the back of an envelope calculation valuations. As you know change over time. They can change from what on quarter to the next. The launch of this new Aramco stock is a crucial part part of the plan to modernize Saudi Arabia's economy. Definitely if I was to be asked if this is a success or failure for Saudi Aramco and Saudi Arabia has a hold high. Would say that. This is a great success because it is incredibly sensible for Saudi Arabia Abia to be sharing its crown jewel with the rest of the world and with its own nationals They need to venturing entry into new areas such as entertainment and tourism although tourism is something that we don regard Saudi. Arabia's Arabia's as being a key proponent was still believed that this is something that the Saudis have a future in John's fuck. INNOCOUS is a Saudi and Gulf expert. Now at Pembroke College in Cambridge University speaking today from Riyadh John. Thank you. Thank you in New York. I'm David Brancaccio with with the marketplace morning report from A._P._M.. American public media.

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April Brucker  Actress  Ventriloquist -Author  Comedienne  Reality TV Personality

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

1:05:49 hr | Last month

April Brucker Actress Ventriloquist -Author Comedienne Reality TV Personality

"I'll bet you can't even see my lips moving. And we'll talk about that on this episode of the mind on tv podcasts yet. Another episode of the mind dog tv. Podcast i'm matt napa. Thanks for coming. It's great to have you here is always my young friend. Davey who's out in. La said he loves that. I begin every show by laughing. But it's not. Because i'm i intentionally do that. It's i'm waiting for the dumb intro to kind of transition into the live shot and it never happens when i expect it to and then when i'm not expecting too i just pop on and i see my ugly face and i laugh it's part of a uncontrollable sequence of events. And i think i have the same reaction when i look in the mirror. Quite a quite often is the just laugh at my own face. anyway tonight. We're going to talk to a very town. The with some unusual talents. I would say She does things with the towel. That words just fail you have to see it to believe it And it should be a very interesting program. Oddly enough i talked to people from all over the world on this podcast. And i know i have a very strong accent but people from australia never questioned my accent. People from iceland and finland never question my accent people from texas and mississippi and louisiana. Don't question my accent but my guest tonight is From new york originally and she picked it up right away with that action from. And so i it's funny a new yorker can at least call me on it at least have the directness to say you know. I recognize that and where other people might be a little shy anyway. Let's get to the program so we can get her in here. Because i think we're gonna have some laughs in some interesting fun Tonight's broadcast is brought to you by who's brought to you by o. Card cast thank you very much. Thank you very much What about card catch well founded in two thousand nine hundred in two thousand nine nothing. My my copy went away folks under the two thousand nine guide dot com providing. 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We have paycheck on page now with three membership levels at the beginning membership level which is just one dollars a month you can get all the audio podcast episode absolutely ad free plus the bonus content that comes with that level just one dollars a month less than a cup of coffee month and you can feed a starving mine dog now onto the big program tonight. As i mentioned. I guess can do things with the towel that are beyond description. I should say but that's not all she does. See the extremely talented Young lady and Up a jack of many trades in the or jack jack of many trades in the entertainment industry American actress comedian and reality television personality. April brooker is currently appearing as the special guest star in burlesque q. An all female review at alexis park resort in las vegas Which is run from friday to sundays at ten pm. I guess it's pacific time. I guess vegas might be mountain time. We'll find out. Let's just get her in here. Ladies and gentlemen open ears open minded helped me welcome in april to my podcast april. Welcome how are you. i'm great. how are you get. And by the way. I'm from his originally and so i'm into accidents because everybody always tells me that i have one. I have yinzer accident and so it's always fun when i go back to visit my parents because that thing on the walls of hit your you know. Pitcher take cure isaiah pitcher new york city You know that stuff that you drink soda right well. I grew up in pop. And when i asked for a pop somebody tried to punch me. Yeah i don't think they say soda anywhere but but like this area northeast like new york new jersey and in rust belt as a hobby. But then again you guys in your calls. The rust belt will we ourselves at any harvey. Who cares it's new york guested sale as you what i love new york. How long have you been out of new york. I have been out of new york. I love new york at the end of two thousand nineteen. So i missed cove it. I miss the shutdown. I to las vegas. Because accurate you're toiling. I had the opportunity to do a residency out here called april wrapped up actually sitting in front of my set. Now so i d to preview weekends everything was great but then corona bars came the world shutdown so was like gosh darn i will grow. Virus's agent you know i. It's confusing to us back here. Because we i was under the impression. I know other people were on the internet. Vegas was almost compared to us anyway. When we were kind of completely on in jail was a far more open and a almost all the way open almost normal so we were wrong in that l. Yeah we were kind of in jail to the theaters closed. Everything was closed. It was herbs. I pick up in that. We're like what we still have the national parks right. We have Valley fire we have on end. You know three hours from my house. You have death valley where you know. The opera house was also used as the courthouse where they're still in use. There are all about multi purposing out here willingly that eventually close and so it's been interesting year but i used my time wisely because i wrote. Oh we need to plug the book. i'm not sure i didn't see anything on on the website about. I know you have written a book but i. i didn't see any way to link to. Its once it's coming out. It's called dealt read my lips. Oh scratch notebook on ventriloquist. I'm gonna give you a ventriloquist less than six. Don't you worry. Oh wow. I appreciate that now. I wanna talk about ventriloquist because It's a light comedy ventura. Grandchildren wisdom has been a male dominated art forum for many years and most people. I i don't i can't even think of another Female ventriloquists so. I think you've got the market cornered on that. Correct your thing whenever you comedy shows. With my puppets i went out to the mid west in this guy says to me. I kid you not. He was booker. He says you're funny for a woman. I'm like wow. You should really see us. We run for president. We don't win. We could be vice president but we run for president. We also become doctors and lawyers mad. Well i have a problem with that too. And i'm not what you would consider like a feminist you know. I'm not an active actively feminists guy who who campaigns for feminism. But when i hear it especially in comedy people women described as female comics or female comedian. S why why do they need that label. I mean just a comedian is good enough right. Here's the thing. I'm not looking for mr right. I'm just desperately seeking miss. Your okay and i will say this. I'm i'm okay with the fact that you're not a seven this guy because whenever heels seventy guys they wanna talk about their feelings. I'm not into that. I eat a steak. I q watch football beer. I want you to be cold. Well i'm i'm all for all bad except that i punched my television out of many years ago over sports and having added in. I'm not watching football anymore because it will out. What was the team. well actually. It was over baseball. I met two years in a row tv every time. Because they're either really good a really bad really good for a long time in the really bad. Watch the mets okay articles out by. Td vegas thousand say play by ties they get. You saw that game right. It was so aggravating and what got me was in two eight and two thousand. I think it's two thousand seven in two thousand eight or two thousand and eight thousand nine. They choke two years in a row the last week of the season in the exact same way they could so close. And so yeah. I can't blame you. I would punch my tv to and you know what it was. It was affecting my life. It was making me walk around angry and was like you know what why should i. Why should i be angry over a game that i have no control over and i did that to you. So preventable right. Yeah you're right so getting back to you a ventriloquist did you start as a young girl doing that. And what you know. It's it's it's surprising to to see again a lady of intel eloquence on. I'm wondering when when did you pick it up. i was thirteen and i grew up without cable. Okay speak new tv. Because i hearing for teachers. They're like if you're gonna live. You're you're going to be a thinker Look at how that turned out so much for that but anyway my dad. My brother plays football. 'cause i was watching pennsylvania and in western pa football's king because we have this dealers and it's yellow nation and so my dad had never gotten playful boston. My brother getting to play football awesome. So my dad wanted to local channel. The sports teams. Well you know in order to get one channel you have to get like when you have cable rate and so my and fellow the cable company but i only want is finally realized with mr brooker. You have to get twenty still after like escalating the call. My dad agree to get twenty. So i got cable so fast forward. We're watching the the channels after my brothers Game and we're all the den and my dad hates commercials. So he's enjoying her new cable and switches from the commercial to the edgar bergen. Tv special family all tried to talk like ventriloquists and beyond the that christmas. My appearance Mark your yet. i present may. Wilson has that lugging. How are you doing a nice to meet you. I think so did they. Rotate star may. That's not how you introduce yourself if using did ankle superstar. I don't know working dickens. She gets in one. Las vegas review. It goes to her head. Yes i am. The guest star in gorillas keel alex's car. Every friday saturday and sunday guide your tickets a kite. Excuse me we our guest. Now and the dr your ugly privacy. After what may i ask her. A question is is it correct to call you a puppet or are you offended by the term dummy the dow the ones. He likes the every friday saturday and sunday days. American i was expecting you to say the dummy was the one asking the questions. But thank you for that. Somebody attractive jail thank you. I'm flattered things in my my blushes. Because i feel like i'm blushing. Oh she second teas so so may tell what you're doing in las vegas. I love for his daddy sugar daddy and what you have gone free. Let's see unnecessary attached yours. Std's kind let over half the state's biggest and he cares the other a lot of male puppets coming to bless just to see you there a on the caucus and they apple strings your right now. You might have a what he knows she might into that tail. He does have a wife and you're going to get him in trouble. I i have a question for you. Are you rich No i met a friend of mine. May you are shallow rich. May but money can't buy you love. He a lot a lot of. That's that's a good observation. I've observation but you know now that this guy's established it rich. Don't you have a new celebrity crush. Yes ideal eaters in Anderson cooper you know that he's not puppets right loud. he's never had me like you're gonna laugh it off. Well i actually. I actually do a pretty good kermit. The frog is that interested at all. Thanks okay seriously. I'll sell well what happened with you in kermit will see addition for processing street. Really he was supposed to be your in. That's right how did you go not. I wanted nothing once to three lines of code and this is rocky letters after a year the number six in no wonder they took it off the air here. But you know. I just want to tell you. May that anderson cooper he will. You know kathy griffin did that. I have worrying skin. The cheetah's my jacket. 'cause it's getting a little hot in here would both He's not how does it make he likes to ride the bicycle with without ac- cetera. He's into guy you know what he can sleep with other guys that i can do that. Let's go. I actually am not but i appreciate the thought out. You say you. Anderson cooper is money. And then i can't now so do you take your clothes off a burlesque I take my dog. Yes you're going to have to come to the shadow see bad. I'm not sure. I can do it with the restrictions but it was like i looked over. Tony come to find out if i do are out again. Another ask a lady number tales. Are i wanna know what woodham paying the same If especially if. I have to travel thousand miles on. Teddy orbit okay after your show. You'll never forget but don't get me wrong. I don't i don't mean to be impolite or inappropriate in any. I think you'll beautiful dress. I was just curious of if you did that during the show because it will probably be worth. The price of admission is all. i'm thinking. Wow it's worth the crisis. Nationless lab that. I'm going to say where you have serious given to her. She's making you work for it. I know she is. And i appreciate that. And i think she senses that I don't have a lot of experience. Talking to puppets. And so. I'm kind of shy and bashful in a little bit tongue tied around. Puppets intimidate attracted copy. I know you are i. I absolutely no you. I think you your your reputation. Precedes you each. You can say apparently hot. Let me give you kiss luck. Totally can't in a way that. I don't think you're prepared for no. I definitely was not like your daddy's here. You have a new sugar daddy. You're shopping for one. He's not potential sugar daddy. He's eighty years old eighty. Yeah i have lots of sugar thank you. Don't eat a sugar daddy. I have a sugar daddy. He bought me my bus. Today is april s. Nice sugar daddy. Sweet down daddy. At least get you the train. I mean amtrak right does amtrak even go out there and track but may what happened last year daddy the one that you were going to marry scheduling the. That's that's really tragic. I don't know what to say. And so why are you crying because you love to get a job. Who may i think. Sugar daddies year. Listen i'll be back. You gotta get here. He's going to give money. Balik cut really gossiping chow. Well by it was a pleasure seeing and getting to know you. She's like all the time she interrupts the in the middle of an interview like that. That's what i rueda for. I think he's a red show. Read a that. That is very a different kind of act. And then i've ever seen before. I have to say that it did make me feel like well. Maybe i'm outta my league here. How do i. How do i even call it the public. How do i establish rapport with the puppet about may out of all the puppets that i have because long before virus may be cool. I went viral. Daily mail story on the story went viral from england. Iceland italy Trying to india than going into nigeria kenya than from brazil to colombia guatemala. I'm celebrity walla. Aunt credits follows ventriloquists useful. Lash out twenty grand a year or puppets. They even have their own bedroom. Doubts fiance at recesses demery. Everybody that's ever met michl action. They all say maze star. There's something about her. That's that's why now somebody somebody's asking if making sing is made singer. Actually she does say if you come to see the show made us us. That has to be You know all kidding aside that has to be very difficult To to pull off convincingly yes or no well do it you'll have talk show to find out what it is but It comes it's an it all it's always a hit. She's actually a really good singer. Now you doing. The show is burlesque with the q. Now i have to say. I was a little concerned seeing that because i when you see a big q these days that tends to make people a little nervous it has nothing to do with the q. I know it is a conspiracy theory thing absolutely. It is a conspiracy theory burlesque okay. We're not political whatsoever. We just party. That's the only political party there. Gotcha but now. I wanna talk about. And i don't want to talk about politics but you did. Something i think is a little brave in with your donald j trampers at donald trump. He's He was the spokesman for stat at the republican national convention. I just want to say. What can i say preston is your funny. Yeah i agree but it's kind of a a. You know a brave thing to do in comedies. A lot of people are even shying away from any jokes Related to politics at all in any way because they don't want to offend half the population and we are so divided. It has it back. Play did joe biden. Time is week. Joey grief from scranton. I joking do me a favor and just smell her hair. So i know you. The real joe must be a democrat. Ooh can i stare. Start to off somehow. But anyway. I'm cool kelly from scranton man ally man. How are you land. let's kill you. So how does it feel to be president. Cresent awards scranton. My father said. Joey treat our regala christmas bazaar religion gift president not present. Oh president yes resident. So you're the oldest person ever to hold the office of president. How does that feel knock on wood. Healthy knocks knock on wood. Knock on wood. He's there at the door and knocking on wood. Oh so but how does it feel after serving under still many visiting presidents. how's it feel to finally be in the white house folks affect the letter is we need to restore dignity to the office. Crescent kids need somebody that they can hold to knuckle. Plans to combat corona vars folks. Here's the deal nobre want. We're gonna listen to the doctors. Scientists in the sturgeons telling the american eagle lies and we're gonna give through fallacies now floor. Is it already come a long way. In the quality guys corona virus lost two hundred forty five clowns two hundred forty five pounds. What on earth are you talking about. Galon leeann we've got donald drunk the white house no fat shaming former presidents. I have to say. Joe i think you have a very progressive cabinet going scranton. My father said joey come on. You gotta hell can't progress so your cabinet for those cold days. You vice president is a woman. Yes category here the fact of the lottery. She's a very dis- she's very extinguished. Woman a what kind of woman. She's a very extinguished woman. Okay well have much. Oh you mean by that but if you wanna elaborate but what about mayor pete yes good. Asia is more secretary of interior design. Your secretary transportation. Oh yeah yeah. that's right. That's why some crank limousine for ham. Don't you have any questions for so. So what about cunard his. We're just talking about the letter. Q folks. Here's the deal. When i was lloyd screen. The number hit me on knuckled kasim. I stutter my father who worked in the denver paper. They'll said joey got an elva. Got so a joke garden eric. She'll never before. So i take it. You're not you're not a big believer in q. No 'cause he'll never come before and you any questions for leigh. Looker snapper that listen. I know you're face the guy but you don't wanna take me joe. Yeah you don't want to take on him. Come on you'll be like a television set man. No i know you have your own body guys. I would never get rough with you. by the way By my presidential room by presidential stuff in the rap. Hollywood newspaper do Donald j trump and they called me. They called me. They called me sweet and durable right sweet. Well that seems appropriate adorable. And what was the other thing and the head of insanity. Kalani leeann i you know. I don't know you well enough to say that. They're absolutely right on that. But i suspect they closed. They have. They're right on the sweeten adorable and maybe just a tiny little bit absorb. What's going on god to take because the president's exhausting can relate again south. Now are you going to have to do that for every president for the rest of your life forever every time the president changes. You're going to have to because the way look at it is i could. Donald tramp trump was in the white house. I'm doing joe biden guy. Presence are funny and i think is a comedian. You should rose everyone. Yeah i think when it comes to pure entertainment value. Nobody's going to match trump ever again now. He may have been the worst president. Us history but he's the best for comedians right well but why are so many. Comedians afraid to to engage in in political humor now I understand the divisiveness. But i think having a guy like that In there who gives you so much to work with why. Why do you think people are so afraid. People are afraid because they're afraid of not being light you know is that it's lake. You know talking to you now. I like okay but people are afraid that once they start talking politics. People don't like them. And i've always had friends of different political beliefs than me like well the same beliefs. I've always had friends. That believed a lotta different things. And i actually have gotten along fabulously was people that disagreed with 'cause we're laugh about it and i think because the divide is so big. You know people are less apt to do that now. because i lost friends. during the These last four years from both sides. I lost conservative friends. That couldn't last. I lost liberal friends. Who felt that. I wasn't liberal enough and it was while you're making xyz you're racist. It's like dude you know. Suddenly i'm you know it's like everybody needs to calm down. Get out of the house and run around the block of times because people will not make anything better you know. I grew up in a time where comedians you. My mom and dad works extremely conservative. Very far right but they had they were fans of lots of far left comedians and never once the politics or never said. I can't be a fan of that person. Because they don't agree with me politically. And i i think especially in common. We have to have that open mindedness to say it's just frigging joke and lighten up and there's And i'm just gonna give credit where credit's due harrison. If you ever get to see please he has a bit where he talks about cyberbullying and he's like cyberbullying give me a break. Go over pool of plug out until outside that you with a cyber bullying. Yeah dig it dig that now you gotta you gotta tell me because i i mentioned the opening that you can do things with a towel that are beyond description now. Did you because to show is burlesque. Did you have that talent before you got involved with burlesque q. And ordered you have to learn it for the show. I it before for alaska because this is how towels or now when i was coming up in new york city when she's the baby comedian in ventriloquist. One of the places that i used to do shows Were burlesque shows like. They used to put me out as variety act. And so i was always around burlesque dancers neighbor always doing cool. Things and mayak act was a little burlesque at times and may would It's there was an audience member involved in. It was a lot of craziness but a lot of fun so always around it. And then you know. I was always you know one of these people that was always dropping. Tau the worst velvet. Like you're married your wedges ever drop the you know. Is that a worry. The door at somebody's at the door tau and so that was always the thing with me. So i saw these two french guys. How juggling i guess. On europe's got talent. And i thought wouldn't this be cool so i did a via whereas cow juggling and i came out with a routine because the the bird it was. You know if you're a woman have you ever had Inopportune slugout towel drop slip ups. And that's how she juggles born in. So i actually sell kits believer on on how to do it because that way lip men out there. You can press a peeping tom. You can pressure boyfriend. The pizza delivery man. The cable repair guy. maybe get free cable. That's more so. I flipped the video up online. And i get this call from show called videos after dark and it's say and they're like oh yes you show and we're considering your video. Hey why not sure so. I feel the form. And i don't hear anything until later. Hey we've chosen your video video after dark and so it air videos after dark on abc. I did my routine and they had to blur my hips out. 'cause my hips req- hot for tv. The do you have to Continually pushed the boundaries with that. Or you set with with that one move you do and i don't want to ruin it for people but there's one move that you're doing there that even if you've been a fan of burlesque for however long burlesque it's been around. It's a move. I've never seen before and it's to me. It's extremely physically talent at challenging. How did he know it would work in. Is that like the cutting edge. You well people coming to you for from all over. How do you pull off or not. But the way i can pull up on bass gadaffi's business practice. Lots of lots of practice. It's like anything else in life and you can practice yet. Linked by going april record dot tv in his skits. Not only does a cop with a towel. But how do you camp for it. So twenty nine funding. They go and april record that he is away. You're gonna find this stuff folks and the link is in the description it's growing across the bottom case. You need a visual on it but only during the description so the show itself is it. Somebody touching the microphone on your end or something. 'cause i'm hearing it sounds like somebody. I'm hearing some interfered somewhere. Like batu necessarily here include back. Sounds like somebody's touching the microphone going like scratching on something. Nobody's rabbit okay. It's just it's irate. I got gotta know. Where did where did may go. Maybe she's doing this without you knowing about it. Maybe she's up to something. Maybe maze doing something without you. Knowing about young could be your it. May you know may act like little grandma. Yeah she doesn't seem to want to let you have the spotlight to seems to be a kind of a ham and a spotlight heart and kind of pushing you out of out of the limelight is that are you okay with that. Whatever works right right so the show itself now i. There was a time at least in my recent memory web. Vegas wanted to become more family. Friendly is burlesque is in an all ages show. You have to be twenty one cute. Show this but there's no graphic sex in it or any kind of nudity biggest reviews. It's an old school. They just view. It's directed by car buyers Here for years and that was one of the show. The ran for thirty years town. We have sean purview. Isn't award winning. State on las vegas and so you have those affiliated with it plus we have folks that have been fantasy las vegas show and have a lot of other really impressive credits Why young woman was i only in burton's dancers for years so it's an old school las vegas review. I'm getting so many I'm getting distracted like all the comments and all the different chat rooms in twitch chat room tend to be a little bit younger. They're asking if you're married. If looking for mr right mr okay. So yeah and it. Besides i don't want you getting thirty different women with the public in two different personalities. That ever does the puppet thing you ever find yourself flipping into mentality winner regular conversation like this may having a conversation now not made. That happened here now now. Because i mean i think i know the profits aren't real people out there are people that For instance were on. What would you do we were. You know we're higher this. Adt in year show and this is amazing because it's a sag after production and they have a whole cast of characters there in the homeless woman on the badge of you see. The clip is an actors. Matter of fact she was. She was the highest income bracket out of all of us because her husband had some sort of pushed you up took a car from westchester in south street. Seaport okay you know new york say at least two hundred dollars but anyway he's made up she sleep around the park. That and and so may also goes. Hey lady you get. Why don't you buy some subs back. And the next thing you know this stormy. And he's having a cigarette of his dorm yet. One of the buildings the already look like he's having that day. He marches over cigarette. He and and smoke is kind of out of his head. Physically metaphorically stopping but of the whole slate and i said it's not me it's her he spoke to us and so then looking around like you ever bought out all of a sudden don t know knees in the camera rebounder. Like he's like hi i'm john is what he's like by the host like how was lost my headphones tina in The youtube chat room is saying what made you want to become a ventriloquist and a comedian. All these things She's very fascinated by now. You mentioned edward Bergen end your book is called. Don't read my lips. But he was famous for being on the radio. Once he got on television everybody could re succeed his lips moving. We don't see it. We didn't learn from him. You kind of you learn to do it the right way. But he was an inspiration because he was the Cranial star of the golden age of hollywood. But if you wanna see a good ventriloquist and only one survives this guy and it's less in edgar perkins the great last year who out his puppet frank by regina or isn't that haven museum in fort mitchell kentucky. But he would. He was the one that master the effective. The the public talking in the Stricken class of water or smoke cigarette and so seeing guys like that. Because i've always been sinophile and i've always been fascinated with movies. It's sort of drew me to work. Central was on but Is i picked up poppy than disliked it. I was like you know what this is where i would go and one in new york. I thought okay of you in the pob it but i actually thought i was going to be a classic wacker which is crazy. In retrospect and year into college and a teacher said to me or not. Who actor and looking back. I wish i. You don't say you know way it was like this was becoming the door from more or less than so while i love doing shakespeare other stuff. This always been for gay make so do. Did you wear your fan of paul winter Who paul winter was is a matter of fact not only was is but funds act. Does the voice of tigger online right right. I knew that. I recognize the voice. I'd love your mahone. Eight repeats stoke rock me. I think technically he's one of the best Relig- personally he was a little bit of a mess but he's also like a super genius. Technically a best best ever lived and his daughter's name is some kind of scientific research or something. Yeah utters names april nice. Okay yeah so. You mentioned the glass of water and smoking stuff came. I will not giving away all your trade secrets. How is that even possible. Well as possible practice enough in. They say anything's possible at the surf. It's possible ventriloquist. I knew when back in the day in the comedy clubs there was a guy i think his name is auto enjoyed. But i don't yeah. I don't keep never tried to hide the gun lips moving but what made him guess special. Just how master. The puppet wasn't How the puppet could say things that george could never or. I'm not sure which an adult which which the puppet was georgia events so the the puppet gives you licensed to say things you couldn't say as a regular person right and i actually work with auto or life in china to work with him. I was baby comic vetrella west and it was comedy club because they were trying to Pits for two minutes and she had big and they said hey. Come on down. You should do openings at rod and so it was good set for where i was at the time that you're starting and you don't die on safety. You're amazing so quick. I got to see him. You knock it out of the park that night and so afterwards A niro brooklyn you know does it off. Yeah yes records afterwards and so chill on our talking and so audience that this may have last name. I said it doesn't have to apple last night. Here's a puppet. And he goes no. You're puppets always have last names. So okay scott school and i said what's georgia goes like my and i said oh he goes but give it some thought so originally i was gonna call her may flowers but that was weird and then she was ebay broker but that makes sense and so one of my favorite cartoons growing up because they had three channels was dennis. The mets and the protagonist in there is mr wilson and wilson Like rutger is very easy to say. And so she became. May wilson and may i am and w are the two hardest letters. Say i think you locked up. What was that. i miss that l. and up. You are two of the hardest letters. I until it was say-say in it's april now usually when she attend may wells and everybody may wilson so You mentioned. I don't tell you need a last name. Now guys boys who do this growing up Kind of Looked at it kind of weird in different and all that stuff for you as it wasn't the same because it's not it doesn't seem as coming from girl even though you know we don't we're not used to seeing women with you. Don't think there's anything abnormal about it but with guys. You just think like something a little off about this plan with puppets. Did you have to deal with any of that. From from bullying and people in school and growing up always teased regardless like i was bullied like i grew up without cable. My parents were secret restricted. I was on the heavy side braces. Acne name it and buy last poker gregor so you know l. u. A catholic okay. I know they'll never be cool popular. And that's all right right but you so quick. I would think it would be really hard to believe you because you it's martin funny and quick. Funny i think it would be a real challenge kind of at least verbally believe you. I mean physically. Different thing but rebel. I think he would kind of walnut. Schoolyard he so that's the thing city. One thing about new york city's new york city everybody's fighting new york city you the garbage. Yeah well don't tell that to the west coast comics especially la the la. Because they don't they wouldn't agree with that But that's that's not all things they're going to get their own sitcom as honey. You ain't gonna get your car you know it's lake they. They're very and i'm not going to say they're bad. They play sank the ones that don't want to offend anybody because they want to get on. Tv love of a is like is like before you worry about getting tcu funny right so that not an aspiration of yours to be like a sitcom. We'll have your own show. la office. I take that back. That was made will often talking. Because i saw a hedberg in an interview with howard stern just last night and all and he was saying he had a a sitcom development deal but he just said you know that's not for me. It's just not my thing i am. I'm happy of course it wasn't all bad happy. And he passed away young but he he. He tried not to pursue this company. You know that for seinfeld and people like that. It's just not for me. And i always respected that and i think that there's something really cool about knowing where where your strengths are playing to your strengthen that worried about on get a sick and they don't have the chops negga handle and so for me. He i always say hey you got to know you are like there was one guy taylor and met in line at last comic standing a few years ago and love and if you ever saw who set you number one job of his his strength is putting other people's stuff up and he and i'm struggling with joe. He gave land at work and he's actually joke doctor so that's his strength. He lives comfortably. You can't remember his act. If you don t the he may have somebody like that's his strength. So hey you are. I can relate to that and you know what when it comes to people in the comedy world right now. There's always anger about what being called joke. Fake thievery or joke thieves. And i always said you know. There's something to taking a piece of work in improving upon it and sometimes the delivery and the the presentation is what makes it so somebody can take a joke. That's another comic is doing and make it better and The delivery and presentation will be much better. I don't have any problem with that. I understand you know who works on a joke for a long time. They don't want to see somebody else doing it without gaming credit but i think sometimes you know in other people do that all the time and it's a way of absolutely and you're the thing if you don't want people to steal your stuff make it particularly you lake make it personal and particularly you and keep writing because a thief is always gonna steal. But if you're creator generate more stuff. I actually had somebody. Ceo something of mine on story and this was She's one of these folks that are not going to say amd but you. It says she hopes for somebody. She opens for them in more ways than one when wink so anyway long story short she still by the same room with her and but the joke really wasn't all funny anyway and it was hardly a that was already stolen. Slacks boyfriend rain for her. So okay fine. Whatever you can have it well of years later you know. I'm doing shown babies every week. I don't know where else he is. So you know. I was all right. He his the point right. So now that now that you've got this vegas residency are grooms back to normal amount. Like are they fulfilling up the capacity or is it limit limit capacity. How how the action as they say. It's a hundred person. It will with a twenty five foot gap between the audience. And the first time. I did show burlesque you because the wave happened. Is i just for several months and guess that well dogs. I live with the parakeet or giving me sympathy archer tweets acknowle go on so on so my neighbor call me. He says hey. I have show arreola said east. Coast west coast. You know do whatever he's like. Tear day something like what he's like. Yeah it's the room has a limit it six feet between tables and it was a limit when the show started. We're starting out now. Fifty person limit six feet between tables twenty five feet between state. You might not be able to hear the audience laugh. Because they're masked like what he's like you want to be a working comic or not. And i'm like yeah you're working a i. I was nervous. I off states for more than a year up. You know have people they're like. Wow it's awesome you're back then. There are people that that he indeed knows coffee like. Wow you're so brave you know like are you sure. The puppets good idea. You know always like that mayo comic. The he's mad that he has to share the stage of the woman in a woman's place is behind them so anyway i was like okay. You know we'll see. It's like i want to be awesome tonight. I'm definitely scheme getting and this might not get out. But you know i don't know but unlike york i'm getting paid you know so anyway Let an i did. My acted what people are so anxious to laugh and get out that it was like the twenty five zero. Gap wasn't even there. I that's what i you know. i know. i know it's a political hot potato. And i don't think it needs to be but i think people are so desperate for things to go back to normal that and at this point they're fed up they just ready to say. Entertainment is necessary thing. I needed in my life and i'm done with all the nonsense and who who you make us jump through to do this. Can we. just go back to normal. I think no matter what the government says. I think the people are ready to just over wallet and said laugh and it was like before gone on h. They're given by credits. And you know like is a comic relief in predator on anything because while they astro your ego on the other hand. It's like if you take your eyes on the cease to be real right so it's like my credits felt like they were fe using that i got up. I'm like okay but even think unfunny because they have these credits so that i got up and gave show and ten fun. They wanted to laugh. So yeah so then. I guarantee if you're doing that nobody else is. You are the thief being now. Go to vegas. No but there's no other. You know clear. People who did not want went to the manager. No i don't wanna be a comic. I wanna be safe. Those people should at a luck was working in las vegas right right. Well good for you. And congratulations congratulations on your success. Now i wanna pull up the the tickets for Blessed i believe i had It's a ticket. Kite dot com right. Now i had it as a believed friday to sunday ten pm ago. I have that correct champion. Ten yen west coast time folks. Because we're in las vegas. Yeah electric's alexis park resort. Las vegas correct. I i've never been there so i don't really know that one. I think it'll be a long before. They us traveled biggest getting of tourism. It's a world a lot of folks wanna get out of california. Yeah california's glued shut down. What the heck out california's right. So they can easy drive la. But i'm from new york or new jersey sampling. get on a plane and world opens up. It's like we want york because there's nothing like Person in your audience because the thing about workers if you guys are honest guys hit hard. That's what i know. And plus it still has the best pizza in the world. so are you. Are you a bigger eggers resident life. You know. I'm las vegas resident because more and snow dig that but my heart is in new york all is i love new york people. Well god bless you for that. I gotta ask you. Is it about las vegas. Review probably is way out of left field but In the light lights then with the lights with ufo writing overload last night. Her back We is matter of fact late. We have eric fifty one out here. And you know. I won't confirm or deny the existence a ufo's but i can say that i've known some highlights seen some pretty strange things so I'm also a believer science. And so i believe that the big bang theory says that energy is neither created nor destroyed and we all have avenue obeying earth was created. There must be other galaxies solar systems. And why we get. Ufo's i don't know we get the trailer parks yet them. But i would rather come come here because what had were more awesome second. Maybe they'll buy tickets the by right. And and maybe they would freak out. Over the puppets that would like totally rock. The whole universe is. I had a most comedy Actress but i've never before we let us tonight half hour on the show. I had seen joy snap. Newsmen posted a video of last night. There was exciting overlook Ufo citing that many people different videos. It looked like the phoenix lights from years ago. And it was really just about that if you went into nor any yeltsin town by still have you. Now you have this you know. Tell them is the time to come like we need the right so and when does super coming out. The book is coming out in april is called. Don't read my lips so april on amazon and yet on in through everywhere else so guys read my lips. Learn to be a ventriloquist. Do me a favor. Ask clifford to kind of align. So i can promote it out when it comes out so i will let people know that it's my way out in we can do a lot of people We look forward to I appreciate you being now. I haven't At your age net that that would be an open lady rates. But you've had so many references you look young and pretty eb. Your references are all from my generation that we as you just those by television and film or have you believe been watcher. So i'm in the reason look is i don't drink i don't smell i. Avoid toxic people Well that that works. I don't smoke one out of five bed anyway. Well i do appreciate you being here. I do appreciate you giving me and my audience a bunch of laughed. And i hope they will support you. Go out see your show. If and when in vegas hopefully we'll get out to vegas before too long and let us kind of just traveling be normal again before too long. Look forward to seeing your show and good luck with the book and so thank you so much for coming in the impact of the shutdown. Visit the aac appropriate greg. Bye bye for now apl. Thank you what who what's going on there with the button anyway. Thank you so much. For april for for Being part of the show. And i hope you enjoy that Very funny milady and very funny moments within that stuff with the puppet making me blush a little bit of what you know. That's the be expected anyway That's a show for this evening. I hope you enjoy it. Hope you come back and tell your friends about and to youtube channels grabbing all that kind of stuff make sure you click the links in the description to april Brooker t. v. Dot com and i will follow up with the book stuff when it comes out next month anyway Yeah we know about the noisy background people in a chatroom. We know about that. I brought it up. I don't know what it was. It seemed like there was interference on the microphone. Nothing we could do about that so i just decided to roll and we appreciate you stop and by tonight spending some time with me who we have tomorrow. Johnny oh actually tomorrow just in ist ist just in. Its will be here to talk about. His book. uncorrected Story about political correctness gone amok runamuck and his discovery of Had to be normal in time of police or corrected the normal and not let p c police For ruin your life and all that stuff. Votes new book. We'll be talking about that at one pm tomorrow. Hope you have a great night laughing now. All that guns now around around Off one melissa got listen to.

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Either a Ghost or a Brain Tumor

Antidotes, Stories in Medicine

10:48 min | 2 years ago

Either a Ghost or a Brain Tumor

"Ruined. Welcome to a special Halloween bonus episode of antidotes, I'm your host Christine. This is a trailer for next week's episode where I talked to Allison a nurse from Australia while we were recording the episode Allison I ended up going on a little bit of a tangent talking about some of the ghost stories that we've heard throughout our career. Of course, this is an evidence based podcast, usually I like to talk about facts than research, and we are very pro vaccine, so everyone go get your flu shot while you're listening to this. But sometimes it's fun to talk about those myths and rumors from the old hospitals that you've worked in of nurses that never left in patients that still roam the wards. So Alison I got chatting, and I figured you guys would like to hear them. Make sure you subscribe to the podcast. So you don't miss next week's episode with Allison where we talk in much more detail about her career in Australia working in the ICU working with HIV patients at the. Beginning of the aids epidemic and so much more. If you have any hunting stories from your medical career or the hospital that you worked in please share them on our social media pages, Facebook, Instagram antidotes podcast. You can send us a tweet NGOs pod. I'm Christine N P or you can send me an Email at antidotes podcast g mail dot com. I hope you enjoy the stories. I wish I had some good stories to tell you. Oh, yeah. I don't have any personal experience with ghost stories, but I wouldn't have Tores in the hospital. I tried that because hosted was so old, you know, end one would in particular was off spot self in the middle of with and had been the locked psychiatric ward. So, you know, you get a bunch of young, nurses, and a spooky oh building. And history of being a look sock. Will you know, you're gonna get ghost stories creativity? There's a hope pitched a Facebook page from the Nisus trying to talking about ghost stories in bid pants flying everywhere. Knows cool. Lots going off when there was no one there. And and in the children's will people that swear that, you know, back in the days before this was before we had electric pumps. You know, everything was. A hand eat filled the bureau, drip, right in the let contacted interference. Yet is an old system that used to be saying Woking around the woods in one particular story was attending to a code a code blue on a young patient and all the other ages doing this in when it was alive in finished only bureau sits in the children's drips have been refilled, and people swear was the old ghostly system that would go around and fill up the children's to up the bureau. It's don't know how true it is. But the. There are lots of lots of those stories add love to love to have a ghost story ghost experience of never had one of you. You know, I I don't I I'm not sure. So all right. I'm very scientific person may to don't necessarily believe in the afterlife. Yep. I am in eighth easiest I'm very much like like, if you if you wanna believe something cool. You do you just don't be mean to people, but I've had some experiences. Yeah. We're like they're kinda spooky in supernatural and the comic splendid science. I can't explain it science. This is not medical at all. When I was in sixth grade, I walked into school one morning and everything was normal. And I decide on my desk, and there was a substitute. And I looked at sub shoot. And I went oh, my teacher died and just sat and it wasn't like a scary better. And it just pulled up my stuff, and we're just waiting, and you know, like sixth grade. So like, I'm twelve and then the principal walks in. And they go class. I'm really sorry to tell you that Mr. p died very suddenly overnight last night. So I haven't been sick or anything. No. He was like in fifties. I mean, he wasn't like a mountain climber Ernie thing. He was rather portly. I guess you'd say, but yeah, he just died, and I just knew it walking in the room. How it was so weird. And there was also this time where so my grandmother passed away. My mom. Mom was like my favorite person the world she passed away when I was like sixteen. So she actually had a stroke in front of me when I was probably twelve or thirteen and that's an watching EMS calm in watching her get treatment for stroke was part of what got me into medicine. When I was in basic training. I didn't think I was gonna pass. I was like oh my God. I suck at this rent and she loved cardinals. And all of a sudden this card cardinal appears the birds. Oh, yeah. The burqa. Another football team was something isn't there's baseball team that card is she loves she loved baseball to hire baseball team just appeared out of nowhere. In the minute of Oklahoma. But so you're like, okay. Like, great a bird appeared like you're an idiot. But this was like this inside courtyard like I had been there for like eight weeks and Nobre have been there. But also all of Oklahoma was on fire at this point in time. Like, you we are on these prairies in like nothing living in our own souls was in this area the time because it was just wind storms, and tornadoes and fires everything was gone. And so all of a sudden, I'm like in this hormone in this dark hallway and this like red breasted cardinal just shows up. And I was like, oh, it's like I just had this feeling that it was her. And then I was like, well that's stupid. It's a bird like, you're tired. You need them sleep. And then it flew away in. I was like had this feeling that I was gonna pass fine. And then that was it. I explained that away that like, okay, it was just a bird seeking shelter from fire. And maybe doesn't was so then my last ghost. Early. Experience was I was in purchaser school and so-. Nurse practitioner. School was a little bit rough for me, I got divorced in grad school and was like working bunch of jobs in like had moved back into my parents house. And this is way so much personal information for a podcast -gratulations, everyone you now know all about my life. But. And I'm like nests practitioners school is hod. Anyway, like just hod, and then you've got a list of stuff on. Yeah. It's not it's not like, I it's not like a good time. And so it was a little stressful. So I'd like eight moved, you know, big life changes. Right. And then this is the last semester to like you're studying in you've clinical precept Herships ided like several hundred seven hundred hours that semester on top of working in. So I was stressed. And so my grandparents had lived in like this little in law pertinent, and that's what I had moved back into in my parents house because I was really really poor. And I was in the kitchen that my grandmother used to cook in and she had lived there probably fifteen years beforehand, and then passed away and all of a sudden nice smelter like just smelled her so strong and multiple multiple people have lived in this in-law apartment since then like people have cooked in their like, she had this very distinct sent and I walked around the apartment, and I was like walk out of the room in the walk back into the kitchen, and I would just the smell would leave within would come back in the kitchen and like, and I was looking through the cabinets. It was like the middle of the day. I wasn't sleepwalking. I I smoked my grandmother. And I was like oh my God. I'm having an old factory whose nation. I have a brain tumor. There's either go, sir. I have a tumor, and it was much more comforting to believe in goes than to believe you had brain tumor. So I'm gonna go with the ghost. Never got never. I. Lovely stories knowing that you grannies grandy's they with the pumpkin me from wherever. Yeah. I just desperately wanna have an experience like that. Because I'm not a believer in because I can't explain any of that. This just so many stories out there and often think it is incident. So can be explained some have on this. Some spooky do listen to spook the put costs food. No, I don't. And I usually I'm not a big person about things because I'm so like, oh that can be explained it can be explained. Yeah. This some good stories out there that cannot be explained. So. Yeah. I don't know. I don't know what to do with. It doesn't go to start treating to my world view that somehow I seem to bay this just what to do with. Yeah. My rational brain does not know what to do with things that. I can't explain like that. And yet, they're they are. Yeah. So happy Halloween. That's it for this week's bonus episode. I hope you guys enjoyed it. Make sure you subscribe rate and review on ITN's. And I will see you all next week for the full episode with Allison from Australia have a good weekend and have a safe and happy Halloween. Everyone.

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PodQuiz 826

PodQuiz

15:51 min | 2 months ago

PodQuiz 826

"States q. six looking to put quiz eight hundred and twenty six round one. We started this week with a terrible twins. music ground for each of the following. Five questions are going to play two songs by the same artist. And i would like the title of both songs to make things harder though. I'm going to play both. At the same time western. One you know you're use us just saying question two ask long. You're question three. Oh so and maybe haiti out of the blue on invited but couldn't stay away. I couldn't fight minor western four question. Five talk rome to rent to is on desserts question. Six which dessert is an up. Long length of shoe pastry filled with cream and topped with chocolate. I sing jim seven. Which one of these is a traditional british desert black pudding gentleman's relish whole spotted dick question aid which fruit is usually the primary ingredients in the french. Dessert tart. tatan question nine. Which kind of pastry is layered with. Butter chopped nuts and honey to make the desert back. Clever question ten. The august s kafia dessert of peaches with russ resource and ice cream was named in honor of which opera singer round. Three three quickfire rounds on one word album titles each of the following five questions. I will give you the names of two albums. But same artist those out and title have one word and he needs to meet the name of the artist. In each case place in question eleven thriller and bad question. Twelve help and riffa question. Thirteen red and lover question fourteen. Twenty one and twenty five question fifteen rumas and tusk round for the funder of this week places question. Sixty which london castle is home to the crown jewels of the united kingdom as well as acting as a prison for over eight hundred yays with prisoners including king it would the fifth and the kray twins question seventeen. The statue of the little mermaid is a famous site in which european city question eighteen. Which is the most northerly australian city. Darwin perth sydney question. Nineteen which is canada's smallest province and the only one situated entirely on an island question twenty new guinea is the world's second largest island and is divided between two countries pepper and new guinea is one. What is the other. I'll be back three and a half minutes. The answers after desert. I by escalators. felt. I can't be and will doc okay. I now want to songs. From michael jackson. We had to diana and beat. It is a pair of righteous brothers songs. We had you folks that lovin feeling and unchained melody Number three was to from dell. We had someone like you alone. The full was to from me. Footage people at ymca up and much finally pay from shakira. We had hips. Don't lie this monday when. Nfl wherever round two was on desserts. And the answer to number six. The cream filled cheap pastry east and eclair of the options. I gave the traditional british. Dessert was spotted. Dick the issue normally find polls in the benign. The pastry used in clever is feeler and number ten opera singer who had a dessert named after her with nelly nobre called peach melba round three from three was the one word albums round and sansa to number eleven the and was michael jackson. Twelve help and travolta the beatles thirteen red and lover was taylor swift number fourteen arguably not one word is spoken but the written numerals from the album. Twenty one twenty five was a dell and number fifteen rumors and tusk was fleetwood. Mac rome four was places and the answer to number sixteen that london castle the tower of london seventeen. The little mermaid is a famous site in copenhagen in most northerly. Australian city is darwin nineteen canada's smallest province prince edward island and number twenty new guinea split between papa new guinea and indonesia football quiz to six. Thank you very much for listening. Semesters before got. Shut up to stephen from sarah who says you are happy. Fiftieth birthday to from debbie danielle mistrial mountain happy anniversary to lindsay my quiz queen. You'd lots of life and every time choi also amazing music questions and birthday. Shout outs to march. The fat will make the most fuel lockdown birthday with plenty of quincy's gene. Let's of jade's aka by now.

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CCK Podcast: Throne Through A Wall (Game of Thrones preview, Action Bronson drama, feat. Ellie, Clem & Marty Mush)

KFC Radio

1:53:14 hr | 2 years ago

CCK Podcast: Throne Through A Wall (Game of Thrones preview, Action Bronson drama, feat. Ellie, Clem & Marty Mush)

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You're so annoying dot name is so much better than Ellie. Like kind of road. I'm just telling you, by the way, the beautiful beautiful beautiful naming that my name sucks, but the other name is better than I should be going. Eliana did not did he not say Allie, your this is this is so female. Eliana is better than Elliott. That's all I said, and so you're implying that there's something wrong with Ellie did not. No, I'm not then what do you mean? By letter. It's like chocolate Donut are better than powder donuts. I'm not disparaging the good name of powder donuts low-powered powder. Donuts. Don't you kick you right off feeling your mouth like it makes your teeth cold or something like this? It's the thing. I don't like about the teeth are on the problem. If you eat too, many, you kind of do get like eating flower hill, but they're phenomenal. Just like Elliot's a good name. But Eliane is a great name. I don't like it makes me sound like an old lady. No what what? No, no, no, no old lady name, Agnes mauve. Eleanor. When I heard Elliott, wouldn't nor would be a bad old name Eliana sounds like new school like fucking new like I think I don't like it because there was a girl that I knew who's also Eliana, but she was like, a swat lesbian, and like a Butch lesbian. And like it just as like now, I just don't another. I don't like which lesbians. It's just not the vibe that I want to be given just lost the Butch lesbian demo. I think that that's my main audience, they're probably watching those YouTube tutorials the makeup tutorials. Elliot's got herself a new YouTube page, I do where she's doing makeup and all all sorts of Elliott things. Yeah. And the real reason we have are in here right now is to talk game of thrones. Because I think stereotypically speaking, you're probably one of the most unlikely game of thrones fans out there people look at you. And I don't think they think this girl's got some game of thrones theories. I think like the most weirdly, some of the most blowback I've ever gotten was when I posted my first span theory blog people were like, you don't read you don't know how. You don't know how to read your short pretty girl. You're not read. What's next you're going to vote to? But it's funny. It's like, I definitely know too much. We always reading the placebos. Vera of fuck one. Like this girl is going away the one where no the Sam Tyler one. I reference Lord of the rings tail and people were like. Nerd. Yeah. You've been doing a fan of theory like almost every single day leading up to the premier and their deep if you. Yeah. I mean, that's the problem. I have learned my lesson with theories dating back to detective season one bread at theories were far superior to what actually happened in that book in that in that show. So the point that I was like this is not good because it should have been this initiative in that. And and actually ran people the or a better writer than you are just like exhausting like they're just like, oh my God. Like there's so much and like one of them are going to be true. You know what? I mean. I feel like I kind of know what's going to happen them at the point. Now where I and I'm like, I know this is not going to happen. I think it's easier to weed out with not going to have. But some of them are fun. You do it the at the your ranking like they went into. Do I like this and also as plausible it'd be fun for the show? And would it be actually happening to different things? But it's easy to weed out the ones that are not going to happen. The ones that are gonna happen. His norms. So what we're going to do is starting next week. It is game stools, which by the way. I love the name. Everyone's like that named sucks. I'm like, are you kidding own stools iron stool and the little logo has the swords holding up the stool, it's great very, clever, clever or smart. We'll be doing a game of thrones podcast every week for the final season, which is only six weeks long, which is just so very few weeks soda pass before game of thrones is out of our lives forever. And don't talk to me about the spin offs. No, no. They'll be fine. But it's not the thrones will be over. And so it will be me. Ellie Riggs clam fights rea- Robbie Trent pretty much. Everyone will be rotating people in and out. So that's not too much of a cluster. Fuck, but we'll be talking about eary's and reactions and what we want to happen. And what is happening and who we want to win and who we think's gonna win team Sergiy? No not. Yes, I am. And I'm ultimately like what I want is certainty, and what will happen is why walkers are just gonna kill everybody. I don't know about that. The here's the thing. I mean, they are a I heard gigantic unstoppable. Army of the dead. They have dragons. Let's it. They have dragons on debt. They have an that's okay. But living's unless they got a dragon in one in the first battle. That's true. And they didn't even try that hard. I was like really talking here javelin Olympic gold in the javelin going. Well that was easy. I read I read a theory that the six oh is going to happen and everyone's going to die, and like they're gonna lose and whatever. But then they're going to drop a surprise like the on say lemonade style episode, and it's going to be like brand goes back in time and saves everything. And then he's the only person that remembers that everyone died and like, yes. So then you kind of get both like you think it's over. You're like fuck HBO. Fuck George Martin. And then because everything in the book has like seven symbolism. Why six episodes when the entire time? It's been seven books pointed star, this is fucking awesome thing. I have. I've ever heard. I'm so glad that I started watching because I literally got chills when one week do. I'd six seven do that right now. I wish what they should have done. What? Right. What what is the cooler airing? What is airing Sunday night nine o'clock after game? Thrones. What show is like your is it what they should have done was concoct a whole new series and done like a marketing campaign being like this is the new series. That's gonna take over the game of thrones time slot starting the week after the finale and get some hype into it and people tune in and then that show doesn't exist. It's all marketing campaign and everyone tunes in I'm gonna watch this new show called E as about as logger all doing YouTube, and then it's going to be like, then you're just going to hear the fucking game of thrones music drop, and it just like, Nope. There's third. I'm like horny, right? She must be so awesome. Although I don't know if I like, I don't like any show, and they're going to do is with the fucking vendors where they're just like, well, we have the time stone we're gonna go back in time and fix it. All that's kind of annoying. But the idea of like a surprise. They don't care if it's the brand thing or whatever like, I just want that set it up anything, you think it's over you think you know, how it ends. You're pissed off. You're mad see. And that's also this is why I don't want to theories though, because that is such a good idea that if some schmuck on the internet came up with that and the God damn what's her name's from game of thrones HBO wasting whatever couldn't come up with that. Then be better. Now that would be so fucking sick. Some. I also read a theory that I liked that was it's like super sad though. Like, okay, so denarius is going to die. And then one of the John's got this could be switched either. But this is going to die or John's gonna die, but we'll say generis, and then they tried to burn a body camper niche. She can Tarin so she starts turning into a white Walker. And then Jon snow stabs dragging glass into our hearts, so she becomes like a half dead thing. Like uncle Benjamin, you know, how he sort of alive evil. Evil that. So then she goes back over the wall. We'll go binging seat. And she like controls the ice dragon whatever and then rebuilds the wall, and then John Harris never can never see each other again. But everything is like saved. So it's like bittersweet the a song of ice and fire. So heavily seems to mean, Dan, Johnny to me that it's Dan, and Johnny Danny John that I almost Johnny hope it's not that like that almost seems to to like Romeo and Juliet like we've been even calling at this from the fucking beginning. And it's just like he's fire. He's ice. And she's fiery. Yeah. But but really it is like the dragons versus the white Walker. Right. Well, there's a couple. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Yeah. So who do you think is it's on this outcome? Sit on the throne. I don't know. I can't put my theories out like I don't know until I've seen at least the first step is out because I knew how the seventh seventh episode of the seventh season was going to end before it ended. But I didn't know until the last episode, but I predicted everything correctly. I was like Santa. And aria just know you're gonna hear it can you like just like this. Okay. He's headphones. Okay. Sauna and aria are going to turn on what's his name? And then he's going to die like they're tricking each other whatever, and Danny John are gonna bone. I was like that's going to happen happened. Are I feel like people knew that though? I don't think you should give yourself too much. Well, the everybody was waiting for those to the other thing people were like, no like some are is going to die or this is going to happen. I'm like, no, you fucking whatever. I mean, I was I was cheering for those two to fuck. Yet some incidents puffing. I mean game of thrones has done the impossible, and they have made incest regular shifts along with but whatever born has done their best as well. I feel like we can't talk about horn early Ellie does not know enough about this, and you know, too much about excuse like excuse, you, do I know a regular amount any more than normal. I don't I guarantee all the guys that you fuck around with. No as much as I do. They just don't there's smart enough to speak about it. Yes. You like to speak about it too, many people. I you compare yourself to wipe who who knows where he knows wasting hutch. That's why people be a, you know, like, you know, like fucking Nali Smith. I'm like, I don't know. Like, look you've seen this one online AB. I don't know. You know, you know, you shit, man. I'll tell you what what's the the mere thought. The notion that this fucking iron throne. Even matters does as such a fucking joke. As if as if like, let's say my girl Serfaty as if she could win and everybody else would just be like, okay? Well, let's do now. Like, yeah. All right. It's maybe she slaughters all the main players like all, right? I killed Dan. And Johnny got to stop doing that. That's it. Once I've done something twice. I know. That's it. Thank for its it. Stay on Johnny now. Like like, the the rest of the seven kingdoms and the rest of the realm is just going to be like, okay? Well, you know, she won the election. So we're stuck with her like, yeah, I feel I know the iron throne literally will not even exist. You think it's going to be physically destroyed throughout? No, I think everyone's going to be dead. And then the white walkers are gonna kill it. I think they're gonna walk right past the fucking iron throne. They're gonna kill everyone. And the final scene is going to be like the iron throne like tipped over while the white walkers just continue to walk, and I don't know what they do after that. Just keep walking. We'll sad depressing ending. Well, guess what Ramsay Bolton said it best. If you think that this has a happy ending, you have not been paying attention. But so winter has come before. Right. Isn't it always like winter is always long in western house? But it's not that the white walkers root. This is a new thing. They thought the white walkers were dead, right? But the sending. Sending for some reason. Do we know when the last winter winter is like this was so it's set right now in the long summer. So it's been like ten years since there's only ten years. It's not okay. But like the winters are usually like two three years, you know, they're not like ten thousand year winters, the long night that was the long long winter. It was like a generation not ten thousand years was probably like fifty years or so I I mean, I looking at me like that. And because they think that there's gonna be a long winter. There would just be a king or Queen rural west rose during a winter. And you're saying this is coming. It's going to wrap it all I mean, you know, John Johnson was the only guy who's out here. Like, it doesn't matter. What your petty differences aside? People are zombies coming if he told me anything, they don't believe it. That's why they were like let's go get one and bring back which was the dumbest plan of all time. I would listen to him. You know? Yes, I feel like people should listen to him wouldn't. I mean, I don't know. I gotta I gotta heartache I don't think Harrington's thought I think if he don't think other character tennis hot, I think John Hillis hot. All right. I agree with that broody. He'd like he's so Email so Email Danjean. He's nice to like the one person. Bench engine. But he like, you know, every girl wants a guy like mean to everyone, but nice to her. What I do what I will tell you is. I know for fact, I know this. I know it the honest gonna die the Andrei is going to die trying to rescue Yara, and it'll be his like heroes, redemption. He died to save her wons. Yes, folk, I know what people don't care, but he's like such. No knock Lewis like if he if he was not in this season. It wouldn't affect game of thrones at all. But you don't know that. That's I mean, we'll. There takes a plot to us where he really does matter. But I'm saying you could also just take him out. And no care. No, one would be like, where's Yara we need more Yara, but lack like the he just wrote too much Georgia Martin he bit off more than he calls. You don't even know made too many characters too many families too many houses too, many places to many languages too many. I'll tell you right now a lot a lot. But but you're on great joy is across the ocean folk during in the golden company, so we need that storyline. He is. He's no joke. You're on is a bad bad, dude. He not back. He makes he makes Ramsey look like fucking. No. That's just simply incorrect. I dunno. I think you're on about to do some shit. Our the you're about to see so not like flay people cut their Dicks off. I think we might see that turn someone into like a creature like he's not like that. He's not psychologically fucked up. Like, I think he's going to be pretty pretty fucking dark. I don't know. I guess we'll say we will find out and we will find out just a mere. Oh my God. We feel like like, I always think about these things. Usually what I do is. When I when I have something miserable in my life coming up. I'm like, whatever may be. Let's say I'm really not looking forward to Monday. I'm like in twenty four hours is going to be Tuesday. And that's just going to be over like, whatever, however bad that thing you're expecting is in just a mere twenty four hours it'll be over and I'll do that with long-term things too. Like man, this is going to be a rough month, but thirty days and all of a sudden it's going to be made. No big deal. You do that game of thrones. It's like think about this. Your your your gearing up for like the summer, right mindset. Just like fascinates me at all times. If you're gearing up for the summer, right? Yeah. Like, you probably already have some summer plans. Maybe or even thinking about Memorial Day, or you got a house that you rented you're gonna go here gonna go there. And that's pretty fucking close. Right. Yeah. Game of thrones will be over by the time, you're doing that. So sad. That's fucked Kim tons of six people are counting down to Memorial Day game of thrones will start and finish before that shit or like right at that ship, right? It was like may twenty something that it's. Over. Yeah. Like. I don't want to be over. I'm not ready when I don't wanna say goodbye. I know and you're going to say goodbye to everyone because they're all look you. They're not all going to die. They're not. They should all die. I'm actually gonna be pretty upsetting that they come to. The whitewater. They're going to kill all the while. They drive them back the whitewater. What are they going to do like just get just manufactured tons drag and kill all of them? Or do you think? It's like if you kill all the whites. If you kill all the white walkers all the white stuff. That's how it works. Everyone who's gone from the one dies if they just kill them. If you. Created everybody. Okay. So they don't not have a chance. Right. But not not possible. It's just should be just should I think they have a show that has been in a book series. It had been. But it's so thrones not game of night king like it that the final thing going to be challenged between sir c and everybody else. I think that that is to like like tied up. I know that just also is like that's what it started as and it's just grown into basically like a fight for survival. Not a fight for like who's on the throne. Like, I said someone's just going to be okay, I get to make decisions day one of my regime, like we're going to raise taxes would see the one reason I disagree with that is because you know, when before I watched any of it you were like, I was like I'm surprised everybody's into dragons. Politicaly about that. Yeah. Yeah. It makes it about that if the monsters win, but it's just like oh within zombies and they killed they mean. Well, I agree. But then they shouldn't have made the white walkers. Like what they are to me. It seems silly that anybody would beat the white walkers. They should have made them a little more like fallible. Because right now, it seems to me like. Dragon. Let's go, but they're not. All right so impossible. But it's pretty unlikely. Team. Doesn't that feel like loss to you? Then at the end where lost they were just like and everybody dies that seems to be this. But I think that that weighs seven seasons completely irrelevant. I think that that's the way this is kind of been written like it's like just this. Agreed that remind you of everybody and we kill like, well, we'll read wedding you, you're pessimistic Britain. This story is not all your doctors Ned star chop off his head your entire favorite family dead your tire while this guy lost his dick. But like everybody what I think that that the show has shown is that stuff keeps going on. You think that this is the main character? He's dead. You think that this family really matters? They're dead. But there's other stuff that go on. I think it's weird to wipe literally everything out, and then just be like Enin zombies run the whole show for like along like western no, there's nothing. It gets rid of the whole theme of the show, which I wouldn't say this is like the central theme. But it's definitely theme is like love and like familial bonds, and like people like, that's what matters. Whatever that like like evil is basically like winning out that battle it's winning. Now. It's a it's a swipe. Think that that's that beam is gonna continue Tepper. It's like, oh, we're literally the red wedding is a microcosm for the whole thing. It's like everyone's happy and love and this guy's having a baby. I was going to take out. What was coming to them? They all got what was coming to them. It's all an equal balance. George Armar someone else onto the end Demetriou. Something else to win in the end. So good is going to win in the end. Because that's how it works. If you wanna think bad's gonna win the end, and I think goods going to think I think in the end we will look back to that that the scene was Ramsey bolt. Move that quote, where he says if you think it has a happy ending, you have been paying attention, and we're all gonna go like he told us he told us, but I do think he's one of these little furry fuckers who's written it already. You know what I mean? Like, they're he's he's somewhere along the way. He's like, I told you and you just didn't notice it. I guess, but I don't know. I disagree with you. I think we'll see who's right? But I think it's gonna be bitter. Sweet. I don't think I'm going to be happy. If there's not a major someone's that over half of a very happy person of a very fan favorite person like REM, Mike. It's a little disingenuous like somebody. Yeah. Like, you know, she might die once fucking. Yes. Start girls. Kick rocks. Well, they'll you wanna go here right now. I mean have we forgotten how much Sansa sucked for ninety percent of their fourteen. Okay. And she went through a lot of traumatizing things. And she came out a bad ass bitch. Okay. I mean, she went through our traumatizing things because she was a fucking bitch. That's not true. She got putting a shitty situation before that when she was all about Joffrey and shit. See Liz fourteen. Do you remember being fourteen? Got him. But can medieval realms were being fourteen year like an adult you're like sitting on the throne. Well, she was stupid. She exactly was the two girls should be killed. Honestly. Kevin. Sometimes I swear to God, I'm gonna kill you. You're stupid girl. I'm a stupid girl, which I got stupid girls YouTube fakes. Dick know, why this guy get off this podcast? We got the rest of the best of for you. Jared's been out. So fights has been filling in and I don't know. What's what's up with this week? We had the whole action Bronson mall may about I was like what happened this week. Casey, emot- recovering for you in that. And then you pop in wait for those to dismantle we talk some more with Clem. Yeah. They're they're in love their unlawful where sentence. He ever said that really means something we talked through more thrones with Clem motion big popped in fights. Retold that Christy Mack story from back in the day? You still owes him a blowjob the barstool tell all and your little porn group chat. Whereas got inducted now force them the four hundred telling me that you don't know more about born than normal person. Honestly, I know as much as the average guy like everything else people are people are like, I can't believe you said that. And it's like I guarantee that your boyfriend or husband who you think is so fucking perfect is like sitting Vajna scenes like y'all. Yup. Yup. Yup. I agree. I just don't say it all out. They usually want your legacy to be porn guy. 'cause like now because that's why P Y P. I don't know. I'd be all right with it. We all watch porn. All right. That was fun. A lot of fun for me. All right. We're back here on C C K. It's Marty and Casey kick it it. We took an early break because I saw the little rat inside Marty's head start turning when I said carnival, and I I know that look on your face when you have it. It's like you're just going to go off. And so I was like, well, we can close the gate chapter of c c k on a Tuesday. We'll open it up carnival chapter. What's happening? Hi fights. Are you guys done with your interview? Oh shit heard. Some I already heard some things what? But sitting in the fucking. I have my rat to your down. I heard it's pretty something happened. What what did you hear? I wanna hear it from you. I kinda wanted to let Kevin telling you what just happened. I mean, let me tell you what I heard. Let's just put it this way action Bronson not a huge fan of us. Hurry XT off limit question. You don't want told us. It was off limits. It was like. Clearly told Kevin he wanted to throw them through a book and table. Serious. Oh it with serious. It was super uncomfortable. The storm out. Didn't storm out. It was more of like we tried to try to really rescue. The interview went back to talking about his book. And he just he was doing one word answers. He guessing he didn't do answer the intimate. No. I mean you walked in here with the look on your face just fish what? I don't know what to Sheffield nece is out of what happened was like we as we walk in. If you were like coli like guiding questions ask and he's like, oh ask about goes face. And I I listened to Cody when it comes to wrap I don't really follow wrap that closely. So we did and turns out goalie was being sarcastic. And he was at home. Goalie was like what you actually ask. Yeah. I know you're supposed to. Oh shit. Pushed does that the first I've ever happened? You guys. Yeah. We're actually talking about that like afterwards like that's actually pretty wild. It's that's the only time anyone's ever hated us afterwards. But how did the departure go? He shook my hand did not shake Kevin's how so it was Kevin's fault. Br asking the questions I get that. But did he did he just walk out of the building? Yeah. Like you after the interview he did he was still like what the fuck thinking, man. And Kevin like, I'm sorry. I didn't really realize it was the thing. And he's like he's just it's just fucking ridiculous because I was taking shit. I came up here for you guys. All right, man. Apply. You know, what it is? I don't even know what the fuck that is what what why do you freak? Coli here can coli shed some light on why he'd be so mad. Yeah. Let's we'll hit a break. And well, we just took the reason that we just took a break was because so Marty had an almost gay encounter last night. And so we had the pack. We had we had pack them into talk about it. And then I figured we might as well close the gate chapter and go to the carnival. 'cause that's what he wanted to talk about next. Sit now. Yeah, I turn of events. What? Yeah. That's it. So like text like, there's a video spires at all. There's like goes awkward events happening. Give me a breakdown of hold on. So spider is like your rat out there. No. I don't know. I think you just new radio, whatever. And he just he just you know, what I'm offended by the people that usually update me on everything that's going the office didn't text me for shit. Everyone's got an update person. Yeah. I. I have no idea. What's going on? What's happening? Okay, fellas. So we're we're on air right now. Kevin. I don't know. What are we going to break? We come back from break. We're coming back. We took we took an early break. So I we I was out because we were interviewing action Bronson. And things are going swimmingly. And then I wanted to talk about his his beef with ghost face killer. And apparently, they're not allowed to do that in action Bronson's world. So I I was just told other people are trying to work with them. So I I'm not gonna try to not burn the bridge. Totally. But. He was not happy. He was not happy about that. He wanted to slam me through a table. I asked him afterwards. I was like trying to salvage the interview and keep going a little bit. I was like do so many things you ever think about getting involved in the world wrestling, he said, no. But I'd like to slam you throw fucking table. And my only good. That's my only regret is that I was apologetic. Because I had I know he was going to be that sensitive about it. I probably would have leaned into it and been like tell me why you think you you don't have to talk to fuck and fans about your rapid flight. Don't get don't get involved in a very highly publicized public rap. If he was a why would you ask that question? I said, I think fans are interested in it. Very good. I don't know. It's not I I don't I don't even think. Incorrect. Kevin. I it's not like I asked him about a court case or something illegal or very very very personal. I was just like, and actually I did it in a way that I thought was kind of left it available like open to kind of be funny. Brush it off. I didn't just say like tell me about the rap. If I said the question we were asking him because he's a big aliens guy is if you could send one person to be the ambassador for the human race to meet aliens. Who would it be now, I said Marty motion, of course. But that's show. He might take. He actually had answered himself. He's humble on top of everything. And but then I I said to maybe you send goes face killer. And he was like well fuck would I do that? And I was like, I don't know maybe the Elliot's are going to be hostile. I thought it could've just been an easy way for him to maybe say something or even not say something a lot of times when I'm doing interviews. I will ask a question that I know is potentially like touchy, and I just kind of go off the person's response. So if he had just said like nine man, like, I don't talk about that guy would have been all right flank moving, but he he did not agree with that. I think like taing specifically when they don't mess with you. You just don't even wanna talk about him anymore. And you know, what that's fair though, if she was just like man, you know, that's in the past like, we don't talk about anymore. Okay. Cool next question. But I just don't get down with people who feel that they. Cannot be asked certain questions. Just like you don't wanna talk about a fine. But the like he asked me afterwards when the cameras are off. Why would you name me one good reason why we should talk about that? I was like because I think rat fans are very very interested in rapid. And I think they would be interested here. He said as I was saying that he cut me off. And he said, there's no good fucking reason for it. And I was like so you personally think there is a good. I mean, I even follow it up. I said like, you know, a lot of people are intrigued by these things like your thoughts on like push t and Drake. He's like, I don't know. Nothing about that. I said, oh, okay. All right. You like to keep your nose clean, and he said, I keep my nose clean. I keep my nose dirty, and I'd like to slam me through what they will. The wild any of. Who the she goes face goes vase is is from Bhutan clan. And oh they had. I don't even know. What's funny is I don't even know if it was that much of a like beef when Pfizer's in here, it was like, I know who who they are. But why was it such a big deal for him to not answer those questions or not one answer them? Yeah. I don't know the way I've got Kevin's already said he was going to ask these questions anyways. But right before he got off the elevator. He asked me like what I should ask. And every time Kevin asked me any question. I never give him a serious answer. I never in our whole existence. Never ask. I don't ever ask him expecting or thinking, I'm going to get a real. I eventually give you one. But. I at no point was I like oh Coley was being sarcastic. That was a warning shot. Like don't ask about this. I was like oh coli. No, go space things. But I mean, I even learned goes faces boot. Thank Lynn, thirty seconds. Over my head on out. I I mean, I even said that I like, I struggle. I was like, wow, I'm gonna ask about goes face. I I did not think it was like a, you know, even even physical violence is going to be put on the table. Even if it was let's say it's pushed to you and drink or something, right? Let's say by some fucking grace of guy drinking here. You know that was like we're talking about kids secret babies baby mamas porn on SARS family shit. Where it's like, oh, I'm not here to talk about that. This was just like, you know, you sound like one rapper like did you Jack his style this that and the other thing like it was I don't know as far as rap goes. I thought it was pretty pretty tame. And I mean, I don't know again, if I if I if I really thought that I had like push some boundary or ask some question that was wrong. I would I would put my hand up. But or like a stupid question like, I think it's just incredibly valid to want to talk about your rapper and you're involved in in some sort of beef. I think that people wanna hear about that. If you don't wanna talk about fine, but don't act. Like, it's what why would you talk about? Why would you ask that all I know is if big body best comes up here on you onto trouble? Like slippers? You would you dog your mother your father and disguise getting mad about that? I'll yeah. We were hoping to do answer the internet with them afterward. I don't think that was funny Logan popped his head. And he said or doing answer the internet. I said, no, absolutely not. But I do know what the people want to do work here. And I hope he doesn't he doesn't have to like me. But don't, you know, don't right everybody else off at barstool? Most people don't when I will speak to the validity of like in in his raps. He talks about like how he's an athlete and how quick on his feet is no one in the office saw them leave. And he was. The wind thief in the night. You know? What's funny? I was talking to Elliot apparently walked right through us. Didn't even know he's a very noticeable Hume. He also he also afterwards. I was like listen. I'm sorry. I didn't know it was like that. Like minot didn't mean to cross a line, and he turned to my brother and shook his hand, and like very like very prominently like turned turned to fights and shook his hand like keeping his back completely square to me the whole time. And then as he walked out. He just went fucking weirdo. I was like, bro. Anyway, weird right now, you can call me an idiot, and Nassau whatever I don't think it was that we. Story. Make me like him more. Do you in a way? Like, I always I always say like I want. I want to go back to like old school rap. I want people to be nasty and mean and intimidating and fuck it. I like my rap with violence and fighting. Well, I got militia wish wish to throw into the table. I tried to what on. I wish I got to the table. I wish I always said to myself. I've never had like a interview go off the rails. Like that. Like, I've had people who I was getting the vibe like they didn't they didn't enjoy this or or they were a little put off by that question. But I've never had someone be like fuck you, you know. And what was really funny actually, the highlight of all this was trying to continue it like I should have just been like, I do we're done. So so I immediately was like all right. Well, the book and he's like, yeah. Let's talk about the book. And I was like we're you did you find anything throughout the course of writing the book that you were unexpected. And he was just like not as like were you high at all? And he's like, no, I wasn't smoking and fights. It was like, oh, really you weren't smoking. I feel like you're fucking with us right now going. Oh, really, you think fuck it. Just caught on now. Like, that's what I was like, okay. I think the interviews done. I think it was just getting started coming out. I did want. I did want to keep it going. Just to see how awkward it could've got. My only regret is that. I was even apologetic. I I should have just been like. Yeah. I heard goes face rights better books on YouTube. I should've just leaves them over go on that route complete go. I don't think I was winning. I don't think I was winning over bronze Lino anytime soon what I should done. And this was going to be what I thought was going to be the highlight of the interview I wanted to bring my man's I in its auto whose story. No. So so broad Cellino one of his things is if you're on if he's if you're at a concert, if you're a midget as concert you come up on stage. Chuck Shani fuck and throws you and so Zell was at a concert front row. Pick me pick me how to Goza. Yeah. It was down back when I was in Florida. He was on his fuck that's delicious tour and Florida stop. I I had some event at some event going on then immediately immed- sorry. There's a lot. There's a lot going on baker's. I'm trying to think so. So he he writes. I'm sorry. A billion people in the control room. Everyone's talking at the same time. I'm hearing a billion billion things at the same at the same time. Sorry about that. All right. So Brunson came down to Florida on his fuck that's Alicia tour. I went out to the concert. I was sitting front row liberty jumping around like a maniac. Love him to love him to bits. I he has this one thing. Here's this thing. Where if you're if you're a little person than you end up stagey fucking tells you out there. So I was very aware of that did not want any smoke whatsoever. But all my whole friend group wanted to get me on stage kind of deal. So they kept like screaming at him. If they pointed him kind of thing, and I was done dancing, like an idiot. This guy, I'm a one on one sixty five pounds one sixty five pounds, a solid. He comes over to me with one hand, and he bicep curls me onto that stage and video Hurley one sixty is no joke. No. So one hand he had told me the story ahead of time. So I and then now sitting across the table from a man who's threatening to put me through a body to through a table that I know for a fact can curl one hundred five pound midgets. So I was like, okay. I'm sorry. Let's say the thought I was going to bring. Zion. Having tell that story. I feel like he was going to have a grand old time. Not just Tunas. He as soon as I got on stage, you'd want wanted to like Grammy to debt me up kind of thing. I literally squatted I video of it. I can show you clip. I'd actually cut it out because. Baby who didn't want to be picked up. Have you seen? How far you fucking tosses? People calling mean, get the facts six foot six and all that. Six ego. Excellent. Would you wanna be tossed like fifth forty yards across room? Listen, I can't remember the last time another human being got me off the ground. When I picked up fights like when we first moved in here. I think he was like no one. When was the last time you picked up Jonathan. By a human being. Yeah. Like off the ground twenty years, right? How it didn't feel great felt that you're just like, oh, God if coli speed or not on the ground, the vertigo kicks in all sorts of advancing. I feel like there's someone who could do it though, it might be Bronson heights. Not there. But he's got the leverage trail certainly is. Yeah. No Rudy Rudy said, that's is like a oversized kennel ball cattle. Rude. So rude. He is the rude. Boy. So now, it's funny is coming up in twenty minutes. We got Henry Winkler coming in the fawns saw one extreme to another fun. I hope that Henry winklers a nice guy. Ask him about goes. When he's just like what move on do. You have any beef in in this game any fucking like beef. And when like Archie or whoever the fuck, I'm happy days. He just looks like the happiest person ever. So if you can get him to tell you to fuck off, you've really had any maybe I should just, you know, really go into it just have a day be like after finding stunned of Henry Winkler said he's gonna put you through a fuck. I think you have to try this point. Maybe we should just get them to do a soundbite be like. Hey, thanks, great interview meant, we're just we're just gonna have you record a couple of things. Hey, I'm Henry Winkler, Casey radio. Hey, you're up sports. Hey, I'm Henry Winkler. I wanna put you through a fucking famed ball put it through put it right next to the I guess, so I guess we'll at the run the action Bronson interview at some point. So everyone can hear the awkwardness. I I will. I was straight up. Like, I was I was Jesse pink, man. I was just staring at the book. I want. Just like I was just staring at the book in front of me. And I was like I'm so listening to Kevin fucking drown. I'm so mad. I wanted to join on the lifeboat he was like sucks. I had I had I known it was that over. I would have just I wouldn't have even apologized. So what it's been like what you can't even ask. You can't even answer questions about like altercation. You had in your career. But I was like all right. You know, we we probably only I mean, we got a decent amount dumb. But there was a lot left on the table. Right. Yeah. Like, I was I was thinking like fifteen minutes. Wait a minute. Yeah. Like if there was only like five minutes left anyway, it would have been like, oh, well, okay. I guess you can't talk about certain things. But I was like all right. Let me see if there's more that we can get them to say. So my only regret is apologizing. What can you do? I don't. I don't think that that's a off limits. Do you? I kevin. I still don't know what it is. You're what? Came out and Kohli was like why'd you ask about you. Really? Don't think that you should be able to ask that question. It's not like asking the question more like I it. It's felt like a like not like people are going to die type like to pock beef. But it definitely feels like a wasn't. That was like very touchy on his end. But so, you know, you do you think that in general any anybody can just be like you're not allowed to ask me questions about this topic? No. I mean, I think it's more like if if he knows he's going to react that way. Like, maybe say it ahead of time. Like talk about these what's interesting is that usually we have like do not talk about list and every time I complain about those two. I mean, like, I think it's kind of bullshit that people can even do that. Where it's like, I mean, I get it. And I understand. And usually they are things that I'm like, I'm not even I'm not going to bring that up about that. You know, this is like a very interesting topic. I think maybe just says it was out of left field that you kind of just like threw it in there. Maybe took it as a dig. I guess. Oh, I thought. More direct. Maybe he wouldn't have cared. But the fact that you just kinda like threw them in there. Maybe took his about the opposite way where it was like, I wasn't gonna be like now is the ghost face killer portion of the interview for shows kind of just like, hey, here's an opportunity to like say what you want or don't say what you want about it. And I 'cause I don't like to leave it on the table. Like, I'm probably going to ask I'm probably gonna get the interview actor Bronson once in my life. Whether it goes, good or bad. Right. So I like to ask all the questions if and when I do an interview, I think the myself, what is like if I if I could have an honest conversation with someone that's the topic. I would want to hear about I would wanna learn a little something about that. Right. Or at least. And again, if you're going to talk about a fine. But as an interviewer, I feel like I always have to ask the questions for sure as a journalist. He was cool. What do you mean? Like, he was like fucking ridiculous. Pretty cool. I liked that response, and he's made me tense, but the sounded cool. There was a quick minute. Where right thought like it was algebra. He was like, no, that's cool. Like, we're good. I'm good. I'm good. Yeah. I was like all right. You're short answer. But then. And then I realized it was very much like he was being facetious. He was like he's like, I don't care. I don't care. What you keep saying? You don't care. So I'm pretty sure, you know. Just stare at the table checked out. The only the only thing when when he was like really you didn't you weren't smoking. You weren't high that John you'd think like I I wasn't. I wasn't saying that naively I was like fucking weather. Oh, really? I don't think I believe because even that I wanted to know like as it was writing the book, I feel like when you write a book you like you'd think you start off with one thing. I want to get this one thing on my book. And then you like, oh, you know, like some doors open up you write this instead. And if you're smoking weed, you come up with all sorts of different ideas, I actually was interested in to learn about his book. He didn't wanna talk about it. He wanted to slam me through table swin fights came in here to tell us what happened. He looked shocked to his core. A blame me immediately immediately. I that was the last thing I heard before going to give you ask about goes face. I said. About the Knicks after that. So you okay. So there's a second last thing. I heard do you know what I gotta do. Now, we've got to go through it's killing here. What I mean? He might kill. Wouldn't that be funny? If like if both guys hate me, go space killers like. I do I do a regular interview. And then I'm like L. Would you send action Bronson meet aliens bring that up next thing? You know, you get goes through kill featuring action. Bronson on the song. Yeah. I don't know if he might not like say he's gonna he's doing press. How he would even say he's gonna put you through a table. You would just be through the table die right there. But if there is anybody there like if I have to get murdered. I would love to be murdered by the Tang clan. Definitely. That's that's the street cred. Like really any rappers known rapper. Yeah. You know, why? Because raspy fucking interesting, you know, like to talk about it. What if Trump get killed? You ching e murdered. Kevin. I'd be like. Wow. Wow. Like the holiday home on the holiday. Yeah. Jenny that'd be a tough one. I don't know who who is the softest rapper to get murdered by probably chain. No at least from Saint Louis. So. So. Macklemore is buddy the other guy. Ryan. You get alerted by guys never spoken out loud. I can rapper producer. I think he just produced. Okay. Well, then it's back on more if Makomo or murdered you while like his song about like acceptance for all like, Malcolm or religion rap history. When he he thought he was gay because he liked drawing. The song. I thought it was a tweet. No. Is it a song is? It's like when I was six I thought it was gay 'cause I'd like to draw. I don't know, man. Probably seems like a stretch I like to draw too. I was like m- might be sucking Dixon. That's so funny because that song is like was you know, by by that community was not the rap community. But like, it was revered as like so powerful and touching like you were saying that your by midday, if you're fucking drawing seems pretty fucking while in ignorance even put that out there. There's some kids. He was like, wait a minute. Is that shit? Yeah. I am. I stupid child dumb fucking idiot kid. Son of a bitch. Did I just do ironman again? I'm definitely. Makomo like working on perfecting like captain, America's or drying Modeste like super Bank. Okay. Captain America's packs drawn. Dick's you gay. You know, it's probably I'm surprised that this doesn't happen. More often people threaten you physical violence. Yeah. That and just even like, I I don't think we've had any interviews really go go go awry like that. Like most studio everybody was like what apple John came out and made it into something. It wasn't. I it it does sound like you wanted to slam me through a table. So that was something wasn't a I mean, you blame you like you said well that didn't go. Well, you fucking idiot. Yeah. And they are fucking definitely. But not for this. Plenty of examples. I didn't know Kevin was going to ask about it. Anyway. So I you're off goalie inspired a big enough buzz though that Marty is getting like inside or text messages from spider inherently came into this already. No, he already knew I didn't. That's what Mario's go. I heard some shit's going down there. What did you mean you were sitting right here in the us? Los spiders, hitting me up telling me, there's some drama out there. Well, what's interesting is after he did the interview he was supposed to sit down with Dr Dini? So there was there was some sort of business to be talked about. So maybe me and me, and maybe me and action will be co worker soon. Added to the list of people that I co workers at feud with I yeah, I have no one here little line with action Bronson. No here's ever been like, I really hate that. Kevin guy. Can't wait to beat him up. Not not until action right action works here. I would love every time. You've got a line with like your terribles ion take or something? I'm just like I'll get action in here by down on Zion. By the way, I'm down on that. Yeah. I know what you're saying. Okay. Well, he said you said you would take. No, you'd don't might Duke take. I'm all I hate to. Loss of what's my beds? I on take you will like you can't root for him because he's on Duke that was bad take root for Duke because ions on Duke. I was rooting for Zion. When I'm with you can't go through that again. No, sure. Can't especially action though, actually has arguably a bad scientist. Yeah. He's he's like he said that John would not help the Knicks. Listen, flat out most people with like all of their limbs intact could help the name. So that's an outrageous. Like, you know, he's like kind of inbetween positions. Can't you know wears he gonna play. He he can't he's not gonna help the Knicks. And I was like, man. That was accurate under the interview, then well that I hope you fucking weirdo. I was like all right. We're we're over thinking this like let's move on because I'm not going to be able to sit here and just talk about how Zion Williams can't help next there. There are some points. You can make that anyone. And maybe you don't run the interview. Now that I'm finding out the finer details. Speaking of Zion. And college hoops Friday at four o'clock eastern, borstal radio will be live from cowboy Jackson Minneapolis for the final four weekend. You've got Portnoy, you got big cat. So if you are in Minnesota, you can stop by cowboy jacks. You can watch live or you can listen on power eighty five streaming on these Sirius XM app. All connected devices and speakers, they'll be there in Minnesota. Minnesota's like our home away from home at this point the Super Bowl. It was one of the thing. And now this right? Didn't they go back Jackson tournament? Is that what it was? I feel like we've been a cowboy jacks just many times at this point. I hung out with you guys at Kabul jacks before you even worked here. We all knew I was working here. Right. Right. Right now. It wasn't official yet. So they'll be out there. Someone tweeted us today been like straight up asking for like a ride to Minneapolis. There was like did you see that the kid who was like I I didn't think about is time. Can can you give me a hand like getting there? I wanna pull that up because I almost responded to that. But I wasn't going to like get into it. And be like fuck this kid, but I was. I was like you're just begging for help from like, why would we be able to help? Yeah. Repeat? My go fund me. It was just like, hey, can you guys? Get me a flight from Auburn to Minneapolis. I think I thought it was he was saying always the flight sold out of the game sold out. I was like what what I was very confused by what? Yeah. He tweeted at Kevin was a few people tax. I dunno it legitimate. Just like get me to Minneapolis. And you can do to get me into the national championship game. We're talking. I mean, I guess I almost replied being like, I don't even get what the fuck you're asked. I'm not able to find it in my mentions. But that was a that of all the weird bars. That of all the weird studio requests, she was like are you use either asking for tickets or a plane ticket for just no reason other than I wanna go. Look people like to put like fake reasons. Like, oh, my aunt's dying like has nothing to do with the final four brain just be like not I'd like to go. And if you. Help you out here. So I think we can we can put the case radio action Bronson relationship to bet. I think they're gonna have to talk to them again. It sounds like. Yeah. I mean, wouldn't that be funny? Yes. Whatever I mean. I can't wait till actually just listen to the interview. And you guys have we've talked about it for the last thirty probably don't wanna hear. Unfortunately, I don't know. Maybe we can we'll like backed up with guests mutual fund on it'll get there. Eventually wait was that it I'm the only one that had my. What was that? I'd like to slam you to fuck law. Oh. Can you? Can you play the whole like say after that? That was. Oh, jeez. It doesn't need to be like that. Again, that was my only regret was even being I should have been like yet fucking do it. Do it jeeze. Thing really got away from me. Nabet Dag nab it. Oh boy. I want I want like. You love that very key detail. No it didn't. So right now. What the Marty Michelle? All reactor with the warriors. Why do that? Can we say? One more time that was great but play some action play some action Bronson while we while we ride out here that was. That noise. All right. That was because I was also like I said I was going to try to salvage it. I thought hey, this'll be awkward, but we got a few more questions in. And then he said that and I was like. Over Bronson hates me because he can't talk about is that. All right. Let's hit a break tat time here. We'll become back. You want to call them about action Bronson or anything? Oh, no. I gotta go interview Winkler. So hopefully, this interview goes better than the rest. Black is frisbee in the West Indies detangle with much to take. How? Fares. Feeding fast lame. Thanking hang has. Gaza playing Bangor's jumping around he really. I wish I could see him. Did you did you hear about how fights tried to pick him up with arm already? Look at my Instagram story, by the way, this Casey Martin much. I had no idea we were doing Casey and mardi mush part million today. But here we are. But I wanna get your live reaction to this. So go watch my Instagram story, so action Bronson's hot topic around here these days, and he apparently bicep curls on stage at one point and John Berg said he was a small person, which is tough seen actually job in that video and fights couldn't even get him off the ground. I mean, I weigh a hundred eighty six pounds six four. What? 167? All right. I was texting case. But they're playing playing playing an interview real loud in your second. Stay on that long. Damn. That's why once yes, there's no chance action Bronson did it. He's a freak. I don't know how even happened. And so they exactly so fight said he was a small human action. Bronson small human not saw. They tested it out. And it did not go well actually broad since. He's like he's a quick big, man. He's shorts. It's a difference between being short and small. Exactly, he's got a lot of a lot of like shrink too. So he's like Zayas are not he spiders height is what we decided. But like big size. True. That's not a small person. It's it's just not. I'm really what the fuck was saying about buzz Williams before. Now, I'm like very interesting during the commercial break. I saw I said, you're obviously a basketball guy college basketball guy. What did you think about buzz Williams, going am from Virginia Tech? So I don't get. Why do it gives a fuck about textile? Yeah. But you know, who? Does give the boosters, and you know, how much money they're gonna pay true. I saw quote easily north of three million dollars a year a lot of money. That's true. No. Well, that's what he fuck is gonna be all tech saying. Yeah. And every all he went to an king's vill. Oh, coach at an okay. Like kaeding. That's the breaks coming home fine. He's getting paid north of three million dollars a year to coach in the state that he called home at some point. These actually did. So well, Virginia Tech. So actually Virginia Tech was looking at. Willard Seton Hall coach who's really good too. So I don't know. I don't I mean, obviously, I'd go for the money who gives a well. Right. And an has a lot of it like a lot of it why gas money or money. I I don't I don't get. So what do you not get? How you what is wise tech saying oil the state of Texas has a lot of oil. But a lot of the an the university of Texas has a shitload of money too. But like, so this is a staff that's going to blow your mind, you might already know this. But I want to reiterate it to you. I wanna see reaction. So AM renovated Kyle field where they play football couple years ago, and it was four hundred fifty million dollars worth of renovations. And they did all from raising money and donors. None of it came from the state, and none of it came from tuition was all psycho. Whoa. Stars SIS the dumbest thing why would you do that who they have so much money? So they know that's like people like they wanna be part of something just feeling I built this. Like, I'm part team. They have like founders suites inside Kyle field. And so am whole thing is the number twelve and they got twelve founders sweets, and they have like oil paintings and fireplaces and shit, and I think I could be wrong on this. But I think the first year it was like twenty five million dollars. Sweet. She's I don't know what twenty five times twelve is. So that could be wrong. But I'm pretty sure it was. Yeah. I mean, I have no idea. What that number is. I mean, that's like get fucking like the donation checks from my college all the time. Like alumni know, why the fuck when you're also don't have oil and gas money mardi, no money. We have no money, and whatever money, you might have you lose to them. No that's fair. I don't give any money to an M. I will eventually. I think, but I I don't, but whenever they have all these crazy ass boosters at one championships, which I'd like to point out spending. All this money. Does not mean they're gonna win anything like they're paying JIMBO Fisher seventy five million dollars coach football. Guess what? He still coaching the same division is Nick Sabin. Sorry. Let's just blooms. To say his name, it will create a little bit of buzz like people you did that good. No, absolutely. Did that I'm saying like Syria shit this show? I like this. I like serious. I was shocked. I was gonna talk about how I feel like shit and let you Roshni because I said I was six I was moving. Mike like trying to like show me how you can't breathe the nose and smelt the like. No, I did it. What you do? Bug. Spell the Mike. I was like trying to talk into if you had your headphones on I can't smell anything right now. So it doesn't really matter. So quick theory. Oh, so you know, the. You know, the characters in Times Square like the Mickey Mouse and the hulk and shit that people that run around like mascot, uniforms, two things one. I when I was a kid. My dad was dad was -tective. And he wanted me that like people that would go up to those characters, and if you take a picture of them and the extra money they could like give ticket or wrestle. So I would be wearing like a camera hat when I was kid. Okay. The hats that have just the cameras right in the like. Like the glasses that have a cabinet. I I never did it like they got someone else do it. But that was one of my first jobs, but my theory tonight ever did it. No, I tried. I don't think they picked me like my dad was like would you want? And then it's never used me. A great job those guy. Those people are firstly should never take your mask off I- terrible and second while yesterday. I was doing video that's coming out soon. But it's like I was doing something time squares, and obviously like time square everything crises happening, and I was on the floor taped up. See video you'll see it. But this out of nowhere. This Bassett comes out of nowhere like tries to fight me. And big out. I think he was the temp of I think they have a pimp the characters, but he wasn't in mascot outfit or coffee came out of nowhere that actually would make sense. And let me tell you Minnie mouse. She I was asking for money. She she pulled out a what of cash millions getting paid out there. I don't know how or who the fuck payer that much money to us what or the pimp. Why would the pimp giver money? I don't know. You know, how like pimps work, right? They take them take the money. They why. No, I don't think that they have to keep them happy. I think they just have to take care of them. Right. Well, unfortunately, I'm like my mind is going really dark, and I'm like thinking about like, the deuce have you ever seen that show? So like, I'm thinking like, oh, the prostitutes have sex, and then they have to give the money and the protests like take. We're just talking about the fictional characters and time schools, but okay, that's fair. But I don't think that their pimp is giving the money. Why would they give money? This guy was very territorial. And like he was very adamant about these people me being in their territory. I'm sure he he's a pimp. There's so much crazy shit coat on time square. What the fuck is. I come out for you. Never know. He could've been a Hobo. I have no idea. Did he look like a Hobo? Yeah. But I would expect a pimp of the fictional characters. Look like a Hobo. Did he smell like a Hobo? I didn't smell like you smell. People smell. Mike's not smell the Mike. I mean. Well, I mean, maybe maybe it looks that way. But I'd like to go on record and say, I don't wanna smell this microphone because you know, who like these are these microphones, by the way are disgusting. I mean, this whole offices discussing but the group of people on a daily basis that sit on this microphone who try to touch him. Yes. So I don't know if I don't know what that guy was doing. But that's another thing. Hobo strength is a real thing. Hobo like actual strength. It's they're fighting for the lives. Like, you could be sure John the world's different yet. But times ten 'cause fighting for your life with Hobo strength. That's really something. So what I guess what would they need to do on a daily basis with their strength that keeps them alive? That's when they're sleeping like other hobos coming over trying to take their territory. And so they just HOGAN is crazy. If you really think about I'm sure it is like here's a question for you with hobos and homeless people like, you know, how you see them like like they'll be in a park, and they'll all be Langa gather sometimes. Like do. They just all go there at different times in together. Do they get is it a club? How does that work out every minute of themselves? And so they just happen to find a place that other homeless people are feel little comfortable there that they're like with other other hobos. But I don't know if you were a homeless person, would you wanna be with other people, I would be the best homeless person the world. It out for years ago, and you'd never planned out being a homeless man almost. Almost. No can't say I have told him a big thought about it. I I've not played it out. But I thought if I was a homeless person like what I wanna live under a bridge or not. That's what you think about. I think about it. I've thought about it once you I thought if I was homeless what I wanna live under this bridge. No, I would you gotta be on the move. You can't be one spot some people see all the time to I think it's so easy to eat. Just go to the supermarket. They don't have any money. You eat in the isle. Like, no one's checking the aisles like go to go. Get some Orioles one day eat their deli meat. But you know, they have cameras, but then you still so many supermarkets in New York or wherever you are just fly around Rada. So if you are a homeless person, you would go into a supermarket abo- data deli whatever, and you would go into the aisles and eat a bunch of food, and then just leave just picking up the film, not taking the whole Orioles. And like your opening up opening up a little bit. Leave. And then like the go to WalMart, the close just try and take the tags off. What about the sensors that they have on them, not WalMart? Satisfy honestly, this is gonna maybe a prize you have never bought clothing at WalMart. I haven't like actually bought I've bought like funny close from there. But like there's like what a what a grandma gone away once WalMart for costume. And they don't have tags on it. You just gotta rip it off. That's it. Okay. So they don't have the ink things on them. Those are real. Yes. Ink thing like the little tags that are on clothes. Sometimes there's Inc in it took the fuck I swear to God. What's? Yeah. And if you try to office. Yes. And if you try to rip it off it gets ankle over the clothing. So you can't steal it. Unbelievable. What do you think's inside of it? I mean, some of them are just metal. So you can't walk out of the door. But some of them do have ink in them. Look, I think that you should please get arrested for shoplifting. But but it's like some of them are just metal. So if you walk out of the door with it goes off you've seen that right? Okay. Some of them have Incan in them. So if you try to rip it off, you're gonna ruin the clothing anyways. I would enjoy that enjoy the ink or I like things flying out of things. I don't think that like I hate this word. I don't hate. I hate using it this way. I don't think like skorts out. It is a you say squirt weird. How do I say you drag out the coup squirt? He'll see what you just did school or. I I just drag out because I'm from Texas. I think though, that's excuse. Okay. You know, like what you have. Whenever you go the doctor, and it's health. I n s you are a and c MO. Like when you it was like a common thing. I don't wanna say the word because I don't want to ruin votes. Oh, I n s u r a n c. I can't say like whenever you whenever you start a new job. I can't say it because it will ruin this. You have health. Blink dental. Blink life plan foods, I N S U R A O insurance. Apparently say it really weird shirts. I say insurance. That's two words. You're saying I'm saying. Dr. Threes for anything. No. I know I have problems to Kaya problem. I have a lot. I think I'm deteriorating inside. My just my right side of my body like my right shoulder. What was that? Look. I was unbelievable. I just your whole right side is deteriorating. And you know, my first thought was is like you think half of your lungs are deteriorating. I'm always something. It's always pain, my right leg my right show. My right shoulder hurts all the time. My right side of the brain doesn't think I'm left side just most things work there. So what about like your lungs like you think only you're right side of your lungs are fucked up. I don't know about my lungs. Exactly know what's going on my lungs. I was playing best. Boy, I could not believe it was in big pain. There. Have you worked out a lot recently? No, not move since roughing rowdy. That's probably the problem. Then I don't go. You work your worker out. I don't I don't get that. Why not was do makes me not get fat? I like to look good naked fat. Like what else is do for? You. Nothing makes me feel better. Actually, I am one of those weirdos. Like if I don't. Work out. I'm already kind of mean as it is sometimes like if I'm really thirsty for water. I like thirsty cranky. It's a weird thing. I don't get hanging -sarily most girls get really hanger. I'm just like, whatever. But if I don't work out for long periods of time, I kind of bitchy. Yeah. Really? Feel when guys get naked. I don't really feel like anyone really looks at him. Well, that's just false. I don't think. Because by the time, I take you the close off its duck. Well, I have sex is pitch black really why a room. Do you have lights in there? You've you the lights on sometimes crazy bust. That's not can you talk. You know again. That was diabetic. Wait, wait, like all the time. No, just like every I mean, he's saying you only only time then again, I'm a hopeless romantic the only time the the only time these lights on when I'm when I'm doing it as the day night at most candle a candle what about kennels? Smoother than a motherfucker. I cried last night during sex. No watching this is us. I love it was really hoping you said yes to that. I was really hoping we were about to dive into you cried. No, you know, my sex is just I make jokes. I don't know that first hand. But yes, I listen to you. I have no firsthand knowledge of that. But I take your word for it. Good. It's also the truth though. It's. No. I don't know. Nobody. Yeah. It's there's no cause there's no reason to take sexiest got to be fun. I agree with that point of. Well, I guess the whole point is to procreate, but it's not. I mean, it's definitely not the point of our most people in here. But I think like actually like human like instincts. It is the point to make other humans, but that's not what's happening. Oh, really I have often. Well, wait what you have deja-vu. Just me you talking about legs without life. This wearing these genes only have been on the radio a lot. No throws open. It's got the whole picture. That's weird. It's crazy. What do you think deja vu actually is? I believe that we know what's going on in the future. But we're not allowed to tell ourselves. Sorry. What? I'm sorry. What I don't think. No do know like certain things that are going to happen the future. But just not a lot of herself. It is somewhere in our brain. We know the future. What are we going to work for well because we have to eat? No, no, not work. Work. I mean, like what are we going to do during our day? We already know what's going to happen. Oh, I see what you mean. Yes. Like, why would I if I knew I was going to be here? I would have never done anything else. You know? That's why you can't tell brain won't let Bill tell you. So how much of our brain? Do you think that we use? We actually can access. Oh, thirty percent. I have no idea that answer. I just wanted. I know that like I know ten percent is like what people normally like, oh, we only use ten percent of our brain. But that feels fake know he's the I feel like I feel like the because why how can you do? I don't really understand Asia Ville, but I've had it before too. You're like, oh, I've been here before or I will be here. Again. It's telling you how we were here ready. So you think thirty percent of our brain is used so deja vu is somewhere in the seventy percent. We're not using just like the male thirty percent of a male. We get thirty of the brain. We get thirty percent of the mail. Get a bit over this twos. I I don't think we could over all of our mail Marty. I'm gonna be honest, so many things, and I also think that you you cheat on me and go on other shows. No, okay. I talked too much now. So now, I don't know who is who said what to. Cousins the cousins got pretty territorial with you. And I like to go on record and say that you are my patient for. No, no, I I think that's true. I'm definitely your patient. Yeah. Would you rather? Maybe your therapist or the cousins, oh, definitely cousins to get mad at me on the show anyway. So why because they don't know you're talking about this. But I do I do tell me I have them say dog than rat now. So I love the cousins their incredible. You know, I'm clipping that name only. So you can't do that to me. Now, the one that said, okay say I mean, they don't every time we do like, I can't stop. I don't know what to do it cousin Bush anymore. Nobody knows what to do with you. I know. And I have no idea. I say this every single time you're on radio with me. I have no idea. How we got here. Exactly. Both did sit down and said we have nothing to talk about. Well, I feel like we always do. But we don't necessarily know. And there it is. It's like, you know, your brain knows what we're gonna talk about. But we actually don't see the told me. Yeah. This whole thing of me. Like, I don't whatever's on my head like we'll be in the middle of conversation. I just go to something else. Because that's what's up, man. We completely grazed over the fact that Zaza romantic you, didn't even ask ho. Yes. So you're when your dog, and you're always light a candle. Yes. Well depends night. Yes. You have to like for an order for you to have sex on a sober. I know you wanna talk about mardi. We could we could do this do this in like ten minutes. I'm just saying, I don't I don't think I'm a romantic. I don't doubt that at all do. I can't be with the right person yet to be I don't I don't need to be wooed and wound and would every single time. But yeah, yeah. No. I definitely. Like the best really nice sent how do you feel about? Well, yes. Al- candles are nice. I'd rather good sent in my life than a good view. That's fair. That's fair. You don't like us. We talk about this. I don't mind. I don't get. Why like why pay extra thousand dollars to see them high state-building? Okay. But what about I don't necessarily disagree with that? Because I think that like it just depends on what you want. But if you're like at a nice hotel, by the beach, you understand why people would want to be on the ocean side, not the wrong side or the other side, right? Yes. I do like I if I'm gonna pay Alpay less for the parking lot fair. Because once doesn't matter beaches are going to do anything for me. I also don't like the beach. Why not sand dry, and you just sit to look at it. At least I enjoy looking. Okay. So that's why view would come in handy. But I don't think you could sit on like a balcony remember the beach in two years just because you don't wanna go or because of nothing to do. They're all your suc there for at least four hours, and you'll lugging chairs are hitting your ankle when you love him, and you have your food you got sandwiches. And then you just sit in the sand. We go into the water to with you have no idea what's going on to like an all inclusive resort. No. Do you know what that is? Yeah. You could buy everything. Just pay upfront everything. And then when you're there all food and drink is free, unless you're like, you know, tipping, the waiters and stuff. But you would enjoy that. Right. I would enjoy that. But was the fucking beach. Because normally they're beaches beaches resorts the resorts are on the beaches. Oh, like, if you go to Mexico, and you go to like Cancun, and you go to a nice all inclusive resort. It's on a beach. So then they normally have like three or four swimming pools at like four or five restaurants. They might have a disco Teke. That is. Teke of club. I feel like you do well at a dance club. I'm a good dancer. So you would love inclusive. That's what you need to do is take like a a mush does an enclave resort Cancun. Great room Vogel. National doesn't it like you experience? It all once. And then you fall in love at the beach. And maybe find yourself a nice Latina girl down there. I'm good dancer. I keep thinking about the era. Good dance, or you are dancer on these the right beat. What's the right? Beat for you to be singing the song. I need to sing it sing and dance at the same time. You don't ever run out of breath? No, that's my one town. I have seen dancing at the same time. I don't have money. I don't have much else going on while you're not gonna gambling. No, the Philly's fucking me right now to I'm sorry. What did you think of the baffler last night? Who's also? Yeah, why people freak out people are the only person for should freak out is that pitcher. That's it. So you don't think that nationals fans should they could like, that's that's okay. But like also the nationals GM said if you hit the ball out, far, you could do fuck you. I think you should be able to pinpoint runs and less. You're down by a lot of hate wizar- for doing that. Yeah. Nobody like I've I've gotten the bat flipped off me. And you throw out them next time. It's really what you do see fights saying earlier, he doesn't think pitcher's throwing them anymore bone anymore. No baffled. You're awesome. I mean that was a that was flipping at loan. I loved it. I don't know we talked about this. This is why we may need to to do this more often. We should okay. Well, see with Marty I'm gonna put this segment out because I feel like people need to hear where your brain just took this. I don't know what even talked to. I have no idea by CC kale. Be back tomorrow, maybe Kevin five-day mushroom. No, we'll see Thursday hot. All right. We're back. Our number two here on C C K beautiful sound are less than two weeks away from the return of game. Thrones for the final season, six episodes. Some of them are actual long, but more or less. Keep thinking to say. Yeah. It six only six and then the first ones are an hour. And then the the final four like an hour and a half. But to me, maybe like the number of minutes ends up being six eight episodes to me, it's about how many weeks how many nights of thrones. Do we have? And we're only going to have six nights of thrones left. Isn't it crazy six nights game with was left at our entire lives? It's fucked up we'll have the spin offs and ship. But that's it right now. Six more night's game of thrones ever. I don't like you breaking it down like that. That's sad. It's a sad. File winter's coming. Okay. It's a sad fucking series. Why are they only doing six episodes? That's it on six left to tell. It's I I think they did this sopranos, right? Breaking bad's like, they all the all our favorite shows. They just break up like the last season that usually there's a power struggle between the writers and the networks so like, and usually this happens more with with like ABC CBS NBC, they want as much as they can fucking get, you know, they'll they'll they got a cash cow people are tuning in every week advertisers are coming through the roof like whatever. And the writers are like there's only certain story lots tell it's like breaking bad kind of did a compromise where they did member half seasons almost it was like season five part one and part two. So they were like we'll give you kind of like I said forget about the number of episodes. There's how many how many more times do we have a premier or whatever. So breaking bad was kind of like, we'll give you two more seasons. But they're shorter length, but you can stretch it out. Out over the course of a couple years that sort of thing. So there's always kind of a compromise to it too. I if I was them I would have just done like an extra long final last season would have just been like twelve episodes to me or something like that. But that's the point. And they wanted a whole of their year of hype a whole of their year of merchant, talk and all that shit. Also, I don't know Georgia are Martin. Maybe they were like we gotta give him some more time to like continue to write book, and you to think about things, whatever it may have been or maybe it was just we need more time to film. These these scenes the battle scene everyone's been talking about it's the most like the longest most intense battle that's ever been filmed period, movies or television. So there's a lot of shit going on in the final six episodes in order to cram it all in time. Obviously you hear Clem. He's joined us. Before re real quick before we get to thrones. I was waiting for some levian bell drama. Levian bell tweeted out, what do you think about my my album, flame, Oji or trash can emoji? And Keenan Allen replied on Twitter and said like, I'm keep it. A buck is trash and Levy mbelle. Let me let me get the exact. Tweets up. He was not happy. I love Canaan Allen. Matt Keenan Allen was on gametime and we just like asked him questions joke with them. And we're like, what do you think about the chargers fans because they just like they weren't that. Good. And then he he trashed Marcus Peters two. I'm like, and I was like, yeah. We complete botches interviews guy didn't give a shit. So. That live. So I'm trying to find Coley was just one tell me about I haven't actually seen the tweets about it. This Keenan this is the Allen to you. He said, I gotta keep it banned, bro. This ain't it with the trash Kanamori and then think Le vian bell reply. Yes. So he said if you honestly felt that way you could have texted me. But it seems like even people with check box wanna troll to seek attention for mentions nowadays enjoy this buzz fuzz, it's all positive vibes Keenan now, and then came back over the top quote tweeted and said, I was not trolling my momma, bro. I don't troll. Like, I said, I speak facts, you shouldn't have asked. If you want the truth all love over here. And I think Kohli said there was even another. No, you're telling me, you're bad. And then there was another tweet. Yeah. It should have been your real friends that said it though like. Uh? Great. I said this when we the night we signed him in the ninety dropped his album. I don't love that type of hip hop. But it sounds exactly like every amigo song I've ever heard every future song I've ever heard. So to me. It's a legitimate rap album as far as today's music goes. But key now does not agree. So bell. Bell? If you ask a question that is a crazy thing to do if you put on the internet and really this is good or bad. Like do you like my haircut? You like my outfit. You think? I look good at the very least you're going to get half the people saying they hated and even people who might like, it are gonna tell you. It's trash just to fuck with you on the internet looking for positive reinforcement on Twitter of all places is. Insane. The internet is not here to make you feel. Good about yourself Twitter. Tilt acting. I grew up loving sucks used to like the bills. They suck apart. The chips potato chips. I everything sucked. Everything is the worst. What is there anything that Twitter has ever agreed on ever? Used to be do all say fuck do together. And that's gone now to I don't know what that was about. I like it because I had money on them Clem. I did understand. I understand that they they didn't have a typical Duke roster. I know that's fun to watch Zay on. You hate the name on the front. That's how it goes. No matter who comes through there who recruited if it's pro wherever they signed free, agent wise. You just hate you don't pick and choose your hate let the hate rip but letter through thick and thin through Zion and through Grayson Allen is that should be Haley like creed right there. I think the rock might be undefeated on Twitter in terms of love like, I don't know. How many things are good one? I've never seen anyone really. He's at least the closest like I don't think anyone's out one hundred percent. But I think he's you know, he's got to be like ninety five percent about game of thrones. Thrones is up there. I don't see anybody just completely ripping apart. I know, you know, what we do have people who are like I don't care if you watch game and the people who say they don't like game thrones or the people who live tweet the bachelor every time. It's like, well, I don't don't. Right. I don't tell you. I don't like right, right. I the Duke thing was wildly though. 'cause they to me they were always one of those teams that you know, like the Yankees or the patriots like everyone just hates on them. And then all of a sudden, it's softened a little bit. But that's that's how wild Zaylon is. That's how crazy college basketball has been. That's how good some of the Duke games where people were like, I just wanna see more of these games. Even if it means do winning so tournament. It started off slow, but ended up picking up awesome this weekend. Friday, four o'clock, you can join Barzel radios day Portnoy and big cat. They're gonna be doing a livestream from cowboy Jackson Minneapolis are spot back to Minnesota. I feel if you've done like a million things in Minnesota the past couple years, so they'll be cowboy Jack's final four weekends. So if you're in the area, go check them out, you can watch them live, or of course, listen to empower five on Sirius XM. So that'll be this weekend. Starting Friday four o'clock for the final four. Did anybody have any of these four teams in their final four shut up? Yup. I had I had Michigan state. Michigan state cater. Yeah. To me is. That's also like I never doubt is. Oh, by the way, I didn't put money on it. I don't have an official bracket anywhere. Barstool pool now. So I did I don't bet against Dom in March, but the rest of total fucking disaster. I think even by. Even if you keep up with with college basketball the way I don't anymore Auburn in Texas hacker, just like goes, those are names that come on him who's the other team Auburn, Texas, Tech, Michigan state and even Virginia's? They're not like, I I know they've been good the past few years, but obviously after getting bounced sixteen I just don't think Virginia's like basketball know, I wouldn't watch these two games in any college sport like five minutes. Michigan stay while this Koley's wet dream because he just hates on college so much. So now that he can be like, look we're gonna watch these trash as teams play. It is a pretty final four. I don't I as far as me as far as I'm concerned for like, my I stop college basketball like basically like ten years ago. So if you think of that that type of mindset. It's gotta be Michigan state. Right. And that well, you know, CBS was pissed that Duke loss so mad because like just the casual fan wanting to watch Zion RJ and all those guys nobody cares anymore unless you're about small fan. Is it kind of sick that I was watching the Mets third game of the set of instead of the Kentucky game. And the only reason I turned to Kentucky was when there was like a commercial, and you know, people are like dying on my time line. Like, oh my God. This is killing me this game. Dude. I mean, no, it's perfectly fine to watch the World Series. Tender for the parade will be November fourth Clem will cake served cake and punch and we're looking into some low carb recipes for everyone on the guy. We're going to do it together. We're gonna have I'll tell you who will not be on on the canyon of heroes this year, the New York Yankees who I think they might need to be contracted after losing two three to the damn Baltimore Orioles. The Orioles are gonna lose one hundred and thirty games that Ross. I mean, I'm not I'm not hitting. It's like. How how many do they lose last last year while having Manny Machado for over half the season take that away? Now, they're gonna lose one hundred twenty nine because the Yankees win to this weekend. I really I think time smokes. We did this and he's dead ass. Accurate. George Steinbrenner would fire somebody from opening weekend. You lose to team that bad. Somebody's has rolling. I don't know. But somebody's getting fired. If he lost out on just Bryce Harper. Sweepstakes little not joining the Bryce Harper sweepstakes. And then and then we'll be on a spike right now. If if Baltimore they just do this, we they even the Mets were good. The the Marlins just would always beat us. And the Oriel just have their don't understand baseball at all. That's basically stupid sport. So. Bryce harper. Fucking pretzel wearing my sweatshirt over the weekend. What he wore the quilted hoodie. Really? Yeah. That's eight major star wearing March. Like ordinarily to me, if anybody pushes my merge, I'm like, I'm on you like, I don't care like you took the time Harvey the actual Mets pitcher that were merchant bought it with. Bought it. I don't think I I saw you put out a picture once headwear in the Henry long short. I don't care about that. I never actually saw him wear the gear that he bought. Did you get did you not make commission on the Henry you'd seem like it just didn't make money from the Henrik Lundqvist share? But you. But you still made money on it. Fuck Matt Harvey Bryce Harper the sorting their fucking at his locker doing the press conference during the post game in the great quilted hoodie. I was like I missed that. Jan tasked IM in a blender right now 'cause I shit to me earlier about not seeing the Tom Brady tweet. That's the way I feel right now you didn't see Bryce Harper wearing your merch, it, whatever. I was like, oh, I'm sworn to hate you for life. Not only. Are you not only are you a national? Now, you're Philly. Urine. Team Portnoy buddy went. He is pandering. You said this, right? Yeah. He is pandering like a motherfucker from the fresh prince theme song to the Philly fanatic shirt. He is just like, please. Like meat, please. Like me. It would work. I run to be a complete fucking whore. Fanatic cleats were hot to fanatically. He was he is the king pander, and I would be like you'd buy into it. Get choke me. Daddy. I would daddy. He come on podfather 's. Kid now, this is the thing I saw that. And I was like bullshit, it's April Fool's day. But then I'm like, would you get a fake sonogram? Is that a ultrasound never know which one the baby is and the actual jersey made up and your wife would be non social for Mormon weirdo. Couple that would take. Now, I can't announce that on April Fools. Tom Brady is announcing times Bryce, Harper's announcing babies and watch wants to send a lie. All right Clemens in here. Game of thrones is almost back climates doing the rewatch sixty seven in sixty seven. He has it's incredible. How much you've committed to only watching one episode because he figured out. The math a longtime back said if you start on like February fourth or whatever it was you can watch one episode per day per night and you'll get caught up in time because everyone everyone wants to get caught up with the final season. But it's a pretty daunting task to do that. But Glenn broke down. So all you gotta do is watch one hour per night. He's on his Instagram lives. Every time recapping wearing Burger King crown with his fake sword and cloak got. That crown the day before two, and I my wife's like, oh, you're going to wear that crown in the stream. I was like oh, yes. That's why I did. It was complete. Video Clem like he opens up a desk drawer gets out his Burger King. Out his sword. Like, okay time to Seattle late time to go to work. Daddy. But I gotta I gotta do some sort of rewatch myself because it's been a long time. It's been a pretty serious last season. Yeah. I actually you started it. I started to do that the other day. And I just I the problem is really sitting down and committing to a reward. When in the back of my head. I know that I I've already watched this like the kids start bothering me and shit. It's hard to like really sit down for me and like dig back into it. But you've been doing it for how many nights dollars forty nights. Yeah. I mean, I'm season six episode three. So it's fifty three. I don't know. Right. But yeah. So it's and the thing is like with kids like an hour night. Max that that's why it works for the parents out there. You can do a dozen get caught up and the biggest thing is the subtitles. Are we subtitled people here? Yeah. You gotta your on. A you're on a show here with learned men. Subtitles yet you are on season six episode three for the first time. We'll then then you don't know what's going on. Hi, judy. There's no way you could even know what's going on. If you're not subtitling on game of thrones, you need to subtitle and everything for your life. It's a game changer. It's a game changer. It is I also much better. I think that I use it for Ozark because the audio quality was so bad. I could never understand what they're saying. But everything you're gonna remember names, you're gonna remember everything more. That is the tough thing about game of thrones is like I can say all the storylines and everything but. I'd be like. The arm, and yeah, you'll know the names especially show like that, especially so peaky blinders where you have accents. You need to get game to get subtitles. I'll do everything except sports everything except sports end jeopardy. So if I watched one on the same same sodas you if I watched one every night between now and fourteenth. I'm good your money. Hell, yeah. Come on the Instagram lives tap in. I can put you on the video tap in KFC audio Instagram. Live works one out of every one hundred times. I try it. So I try the dial at one day and crashes stream, and I just couldn't hear anything. I gotta catch back up because I feel like there's just a lot that went on it. It's been what like eighteen months. So why because they think they had to for filming they had to like wait for the weather to be there. Colder now chill like that. So, but you do pick up some things like the Starks you just really learn to just hate the stocks this idiots. I love them love death. But they're just stupid. They just Ned is a fucking moron. He doesn't prepare kids for the cruel world that the world is. Wow. As I think like my kids are probably in the same exact boat. Stark's right now, they don't know what the crow world did see the big happy data all the time. But the other thing is the it doesn't drag as much there's certain storylines like salmon Gilly that we hate or some of the stuff. I mean, you was the worst TV of all time. Yeah. It's the worst time. But like a lot of those are like one episode or to where if you're watching a bench, it's not bad. Whereas if you're waiting a whole week, and then that ten minute period of precious time is wasted on salmon Gilly Tong. When I waited a week. And then I watched like seventeen minutes of aria sweeping the floor. This. I can't imagine. Because I hate that. And I'm benching at right now, I'm watching two or three episodes at night when I'm actually watching it. And I cannot stand her. I can't stand salmon Gillian if I had to wait a whole week. I be terrible. We hated aria. I mean, you don't have to. I know they do they're okay. I'm in the minority. But better. Yes, she I think are good. I just think her storyline really hits a snag in Bravo's. It's like two dated a data reference. Now, it's when he's just going Mitch eat this image like aria struck killing motherfuckers. Sweep sweep sweep sweep it's supposed to be like a long wait for her. And then there's a payoff, but I never really liked liked her even when she when she was run around just reciting all the names, all she's so bad ass. She's going to get through. I remember being like her shots. I would have thought you were a huge. There's so much eight in her heart even see the fellow. Yeah. Fellow hater. Yeah. I don't know what it is. Just just didn't do did you like as you didn't like Santa definitely salsa who likes I'm fucking, man. I'm buying stock. Now, I. A long time. She was she's got worse in the end of season five seasons. Hosta hater in the beginning, free and all that shit. Who do I like like, Jon snow? He's a little corny military mind. Every time he co commend. I was unwell at the end of season five had I not known that. He obviously didn't obviously is back for season eight like I thought he if I didn't know spoilers. I thought he died. Yes. No. Even watching it wasn't that. I don't know. We'll the book people. He dies in the books, and that's how they end the book. So the book people that's when they found out is when we found out, it's really. And you know, what is the craziest thing about the books versus the TV show. The fact that. That in the books. Catlin star comes back as the lady in grey, or whatever that's a huge thing to what she says ambi-. She comes back as a zombie ghost in the books. Really? Yeah. Like fuck like, she's a heavy part? She continues to be a heavy part of the books. The dude with the flaming sword. And all them the brothers Abana. She comes with them. And I don't think you could really bring her back now, it's been so I think it's, but I just couldn't believe that of out of all the things, you know, it seemed like the books and the TV show pretty much. You know are are. Have you read the books now, yada? He was talking about him. Like, he read them. Definitely. I mean, the they're like nine hundred pages, I consider myself already. I consider myself game of thrones and area, but that entails watching YouTube videos of the history of LeicesteR, which is pretty nerdy. And it self but I've seen game with thrones book. That's like a book about the books, which is pretty cool. Like there's like maps, and there's like if you've ever seen. They have a family tree chart of everything. Yeah. It's George Martin's. The biggest loser on the planet. When you see everybody connected. And who's who it's like, I'll why would you make that many families? Why would there I just can't imagine being? And then there'll be another kingdom and another family, and then they'll be another one in another language and the commitment. It took to make well half half a series is unbelievable. This family had incest in it and this family. Georgiana mine is for sure fuck cousin. He has for sure. Because in any as for sure chop somebody's dick off because those are the two things that he loves to do put allegedly in front of staff for comedic license. Kevin just says four. George. Appreciate it, George. I still have hope that I'm going to get George Martin on my program. Well, I don't know if he's your program now that you just said, oh, please. He he would agree with me. He's a jets fan. So. Comedy in giant long about. Oh, wait a minute. This is like being like house, Lancaster, and how starkly doesn't work, bro. I'm a Newark football fan. Baseball fans. Have you ever seen with his hat off you ever take that off? Yeah. Yeah. I don't think there's a lot of hair there. He's not dealing with much thing. What's your prediction here by so we're we're planning on some heavy game game of thrones content. Podcasting. There's so many people in the office that like it. So we're going to try to kind of. Maneuver people in and out of about seven or eight episodes of podcast to to do recaps of the final season. So maybe we'll do one the week before. And then we'll do one the week after in between they'll be recap podcasts that Monday morning after every single episode. And there's so many of us in the office that like it that we're going to try to rotate people in and out and do a little recapping. But where do you think this ends clubs or do? You think we go? I'm not going to nothing any sports. I can I can leave. My one prediction is that the there will be no more throne. The throne will begun. I agree that the throwing will matter. Yeah. I think they say who's gonna end up on the throne is like one of like Vegas props for it or whatever. And I think somebody I won't say who guy that's not really spoiler. I think Dan is going to get rid of the throw thrones gone break the wheel the wheels broken the throwing broken. I I mean, I haven't seen it forever. I think it's almost silly. If anybody other than the white walkers win, and they don't give a fuck about sitting on. Thrown. I will say that's the other thing through this rewatch. You really realize Trent. I think it was the first one I heard this. I think I'm kinda rooting for the night the white walkers being living just the they're the ones who called this all the rooting for. It's when I get mad at like, the Phillies of the it's like, the Mets are the ones that bring you Harding fought them and fought the living people. Yes. It's very similar to Walking Dead in the sense that like the the bad guys really aren't zombies. It's human nature. That's like the real. You know, these guys are just out there walking just walking around. Humans a solid deal of murdering. They just they just kind of consume. They walk. Yeah. They have one thing. They just want people to join the army deal, but the humans they murder, but then they rape. And they pillage and they do all this spikes fillet. It's like, it's a dam disaster. I think that we'll see a final scene will be like like the white walkers like knocking over the throne or like just like I fucking breaking apart thrown like, and they just keep walking. And then that's at the world, a desolate place consumed by ambi-, that's KFC KFC life in. That you use that the gift Ramsey Baltimore. We're talking about Jacob degrom resigning. We ended up being wrong. But the what's the exact quote, like if you think this has a happy ending, you haven't been paying attention. I think that that's going to be I think George Martin's going like look back. Like, hey, remember that won't quote now one chapter from Emily Baltin? Like, I told you so 'cause I don't think it has a happy ending. I think George Nabi very very very angry. But does have a happy ending. Yeah. No. I think. On Danny married. No way. I said that the only the only way I'll accept any like happiness with John or Danny is if one turns around and like kills the other. And that's Georgia are Marin said he said, this'll be I think it said like bittersweet or some thing about around that lines and bittersweet for George like, it's gonna be bitter as fuck it's straight up lemons, but. Warhead ship. But I think Danny and John it's going to be like who who do you wanna see go basically won't be that? Right. I mean, there's gotta be some like major heartache in the final season. We're talking about the same series that had the red wedding something horrible is going to. And I don't even know because obviously I have to seasons technically a lot. So I don't even know what that could possibly look like there's no way. It's happy. I I could see like it'd be happy. You think so we'll wrap it up like kinda corny like put about one. It. Would you think it's going to be satisfying until you like I feel like the internet loved the breaking bad ending sopranos was very divisive. Same seinfeld. Do you think most finales are really not well received? I liked breaking bad. Did you guys bring the exception loss? They bombed so hard sopranos over thought it didn't even bombed the finale bomb the whole thing. Yeah. I think breaking bad was kinda regarded as the first time that like they got it. Right. And even that was a little like too neat. It was like all right. He gets away. And this guy dies because he's not that. Great. And he doesn't deserve to really be a hero at the end. But it was like just kids fans what they want. I don't think this show should give the fans what they quote unquote, want the they haven't ever, and they and the the story is so as as fake of a story as it is obviously it seems like so uniquely authentic that it's like. It's a nasty game of power and murder. So let's be nasty ending. I'm hoping that the biggest thing that scares me about that turns of being a happy ending is that I think Georgia are Martin is the dude that really makes the fucked up decisions that really like and these are. Hey, this is how it wraps A M B and say, but then you know, that's going to twist you, and he's not in charge of that. I do. Dr Martin would you even I wouldn't finish the books. I don't think he's going to unless he just hates the way that they finish it so much that he wants to write a different then how fucked up is that where it's like well them, which what is the ending leg. If he writes, something totally different. It's like is. It was. But if he hated it enough. I mean, if you want it to be happy. I don't think they control that much. I feel like to be I feel like George R Martin told them who wins. Yeah. Right. Okay. So they can't be like, no, actually, we're going to give it to. I mean, I guess they it. But I don't think they're going to are. They George Martin gets to decide this. Yes. I absolutely now whether the writer's room like he beyond the books in still. Yeah. This is what I I don't think he's gonna finish them. I I understand what you're saying not doing it. But I think he he thinks he's going to he's gone. I think it's like it's passed him by like he's like he's now part of a TV show. He's probably ultra-wealthy. He's blogging. He's like he likes talking about football more than he likes talking about the. I bet you fucking hate. This bet you like dude, I started this like a zillion years ago. I've written like a zillion pages. I just don't do when did he start? It was in the nineties. Probably. Yeah. Right. Imagine a blog that you wrote, you know, ten years ago just gets picked up, and it just makes you super-duper famous. So you're not gonna want to all the. Oh, yeah. I'm good. I'm just make money. And I mean, I don't even I keep talking about how I want a nineteen ninety one ninety. We're talking like thirty fucking years old now I mean. Oh, well, he started writing in ninety one. It got published in ninety six but yeah. As far as east concern in working on that since nineteen Ninety-one off storyboards. I'm always like doing more story where am I hard match doing nine nine hundred page books. And you're like what is he like eighty years old like much your body hurts your thirties right now? Humidity shorthorn partner feels every day, dude. He was born in nineteen forty eight seventy years old. He's. That shit that game has passed him by does he does he have other books, and you leave? So like everyone like, Dan Brown. Pop because adventure Kodner went back and read his other shit. This guy's just got like some shitty books. Also, hasn't it? How much do you think he's worth hundred million? I'll say forty five sixty five celebrity network. I don't know what that is the most accurate site on the internet of I see it. And I'm like sold to me a million not bad. I bet you betcha. We continues to amass some money, but I that's low. That's low. Do you think he might change the ending once he knew BTV Shelby? Like, let me do this this way. Instead like he had one of your mind you have to be influenced by the idea. Like now, this is a TV show. It just doesn't it's not human nature to just like stick to your guns. When you know that you might disappoint massive amounts of TV. I mean, the amount of people you're gonna get watching the amount of people get reading the numbers probably astronomically higher. You know, he couldn't imagine you think that this would happen. And I don't know how much do you think the other question is did he kinda give it to them day one? Or you know, you think you might have changed a long way back. Oh, by the way, this is what happens to this character. Well, I remember them saying loss there like we knew the ending from the beginning. Did you because then you really? Right. I mean, I feel like maybe you have an idea of like, you know, the mail like hero was gonna win it or something like that. But I like Jesse was supposed to die. Right and. Yeah. And they were like now people are going to be killed Jesse. Yes. Different characters. How how well the actors portraying the maybe this guy makes it after all, you know, like I could see that happening. Well, yeah, I mean loss was famous for they were gonna kill off Jack in the first episode, and they were like I tested like so well with the audience we kept it. So like episode episode basis, let alone like a whole series basis. I feel like you you have to be influenced by the idea of people changing. But I Clem Amaury for you. There's like five reasons that could be. I mean, you lost porzingus which actually in the long run. Maybe end the dodge a bullet. You'll also Dell and you know, thrones only be six long you're in the weeds right now. Little son of a bitch day. You didn't you didn't get your Bud Light busters. I mean, we're gonna win the World Series. So that's good. But, you know, come like may twenty fifth or whatever it is that they after like, what's what's that day going to look like for Clem that is the hammer. That's just sitting there at that end of it all and I actually then the free agency when Durant sign here and then. Now. What what if oh, okay. What would you trade very dissatisfying ending of game of thrones? Somehow, what's your what's your least favorite ending here? To guarantees I on to the next guest like like, you're on joy or some. So you're on or just like the worst like stunning imagine just they botch. It so bad somehow that the world was like this wasn't even good in like a in like, oh, wow. Georgia Martin fucked with a sort of way, like it's just like a bad they botched it. But I guarantee I on the next. Oh, I'm selling out everybody for the next right now. I nothing else. I like the giants used to be like my saving grace. The giants are just worse than anybody at any. What they've they've switched bodies with the Browns and the Browns got Odell out of this trait somehow, and then the Mets are the Mets like I by June. I'm gonna probably be ready to like stop watching baseball. So I I need the Knicks to somehow long grip it, right? Yeah. Exactly. What about this? What about knows I on? But let's say they extend ally. Manning. No, that's actually, I think that's good and interest tanking Trevor Lawrence on the brain. What about if there was just like more seasons of game of thrones? Or what? One of these spin offs. These prequels were awesome. And you basically get to do game of thrones over again, but you get nausea. There's no Zion. I'm going online. I have nothing also professional decision here. It's like forbidden. I have nothing to blog right now said, and it's my life is just. Madness. I just yell at different owners. It's like right now, I'm yelling at James Dolan. And then in a couple of months and beyond the wilpon. And then be yelling at the Maritz. Come you know, it's that that's all my life is here. Now, it's terrible. I did say we talked about this after the the week of Odell and what else happened, but presents whatever it was that you woke up everybody with the red wedding. I was like this is this is a bad you're so dark and so upset with your own fandom that you wanted millions of people to watch the red wedding. When they will. I hope everyone did. And I hope it spoiled it for them. And I hope it ruin their. I I I was at the point where I was like, I think they should ban trades from sports. That's just not be allowed. You a player signs a contract with the team Brutus family and go across the country because my team just like out of the blue traded two of my favorite players of all time in like a six week period. Well, it's not gonna go. I was I on either. Yeah. It's not maybe I asked Hollywood he thinks going to happen. And it was he's just coli if he's being real or just mean or real mean, but he. Just people like it's going to rant kyri and Ziona Lincoln bienial. There's no shot. I don't think it's going to be any real let alone all three. But you show me a photo shop of someone wearing an extra won't even it again. So it's like the only way I could keep being a fan as you show me the Photoshop actually visualize it to have the the George r Martin ending here. The Knicks will get we'll get on hill. Like fall on his knee like all three pounds come down on his knee wrong, and he'll be like out forever. RJ Barrett becomes the next. So doubt, no doubt about it goes because if you've been paying attention the story does not have a good ending. Let's break. That's clem. Follow him on Twitter Valmon Instagram at the Clem report. Check him out on his nightly sixty seven sixty seven game of thrones rewatch live streams, I g live where he recaps them in his little crown quite the scene. Shout out to number one of the power rankings right now siennas locked AJ's birthday is Saturday. There's. For birthday a kid is a fucking night. I said, we're we're whispering. The b word with him, boss. We might have drafted a bus.

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17.01.21 If in doubt, Luca Digne

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17.01.21 If in doubt, Luca Digne

"If we don't need anyone don't need anyone anyways. Up one wrote bomber from that vendor fifth round. Beat fulham all the way anyway sexual on your host joe home and gathered with me for essential new hope which is going to be sunday. Be getting sunday. Morning is jimmy will on malt. Jimmy revolt will agree. Jimmy's looking lockhart death. Lovely yet so it's a treat. Listeners are jimmy very good very good. I r i wanna face a tv. Not radio on it. You gotta Will how how's things. I'm ready get not not quite four k like jamaica. I'm getting a seven twenty five. Go round like forget Gradually gets worse when we get to you mall. It's just what's going on actually like sappy mcnally evolved on getting right now. Are you other than the. Yeah yeah in the. Kobe drinks a dream isn't it does met yeah You know this hike. You'll conduct typing on k. because bidding keeping safe Way telling people i'm saying their noses in like ways Let's go onto free topics that are think are often i about it to sit down and chat connie's three topics and put together a stink. This as we can't get it to you on sunday to give you the mic so or topics that may be a bit wider than The the dates games to suggest so many always laughing earlier ago is the spurs essentially on the sheet today twice that she just very strange. Lot postponed against aston. Villa uncovering playing follow. Just how bizarre is so. We wanted to all into the appointment of we all love another on a song in fact a will they But we will re excited about hindi fobel. Ps g great Partout is going to be a wanna jackson question. See popcorn in the chat if you had four million pounds in conjunction transfer window. He would be on for me. Inspired by finance import free is that is good to be think. Thought the issue that you've been wanting to stretch rages will look a bit the gardens full in of weather Happy on this. Yeah definitely. I'm fully invested in fullbacks. Yeah yes from fun. This is my luck to What positional yeah. I think or slash defenders super share an excel spreadsheet sent anyway. Let's get on that scale on c koch at ps jay. I'm saw aids I think he's far enough away from me to just enjoy. What is today without any of the national on the conflict which would have existed if perhaps we'll hear the been acquaintance not manager. Which is something that i'm not even sorry about gourmet fro ta connor. What was coach. Winky bull rewarding conciously. I think most people probably a little bit surprised like i think. Just kind of potch Being he's just like everyone's favor and the everyone seems to love him in. Psg everyone seems to hate like chelsea wherever you want to call them. A didn't quite tally up the murray. Tina this kind of angel of light to is going to go to the dark side. Genetic account really blame him. I think you look at the players. They have the disposal the richest club in the world. Paris why would he not. Why would he not guy there. And i think all sarah. Fortunately there are a lot of people ignorant people that say on is go to trysofi before you can judge him and he's one they're up in a final already tonight and fast game so second game so i think you're he. He may well may well do very well to to get some trophies and that silly then move on then in eighteen month. Contract is that right. Yeah yeah that seems to be the case which is really interesting one. What your thoughts on jimmy from what have been talks his row The the pressure is on to deliver an ego so eighteen months there and look where we said he's got enough plays is disposal I'm not judging him on. That like did wanna bring the fact that he actually some silverware perhaps before tonight he didn't really get to the final he hasn't won. Anything has he. There is there is nothing on a shelf to say. Look at me. i'm a very good manager and even his win ratios on the greatest. Go on your your finger in the air. I'm just saying a. I think he's great. Used to chief is of sixteen. Seventeen season i record undefeated. Sorry knowing games plays seventeen one. Seven seventeen wins zero losses and understand what you say. But i think i'll do one if you being a bit. He's he's more than that he's not thinking about what he did. It spurs one hundred hundred is back so basically joe's gonna sit on this show like shelf and say say excited about him. Yes see something. I said that said negative on i think. Pse of a good manager but backing up. I think what will end. Jimmy said. I think the pressure is always gonna be onto winston fps always purely for the finances and the people that run it. But he's not a proven world-class manager. He's a good good manager. But like you say even approve them world class minded. Because there's nothing on the show. Yeah but i think what. Psg offers part is the chance to elevate himself to be that world class manager to be spoken about in the circles. The same circles with people like pap proper shop window for him isn't it. It is a shop window and going back to what we said about ways there as well. Let's not forget. He's a former. Psg player as well. So there's always that kind of happen. Yeah romance going back to the club. He played for to manage them. But i think just the fact that he's got an eighteen month contract. It shows the the level of pressure dealing with somebody like psg your expected to win. Titles you're expected to win. The champions league look look at thomas took oh you know. He was in the final champions league and he's gone and what half a season from that point gone. It's interesting that you say he's got to win. Because i think yeah he definitely has. Ps g title is given. Isn't it a you are expected to bring home the title and he probably will do the level of coach the in the players. They've got yeah probably will d even though like we said before laliga and is no joke but i think he's got to win. The champions league isn't it that's what they are after if you looking at psg and the decisions. They've made as a club with their managers is because there hasn't been enough success in the champions league. So are they gonna his only got two years to do that. Really bust the really hard really hard are do when the like like you said jimmy locked. It does perhaps gave him an opportunity to win. Maybe julie titles. Maybe some more domestic silverware where and if he came out with that as he moved period with those under his belt that would that would essentially white pasta unless you really send in and one egan titles That that he does have yet yet he's gonna cost possess navy and that was making fun of prestigious will ever book. I wanted to ask you something because when we we spent previously when you yourself. Jaguars accident you. Just don't answer your phone call and talk about norms not be a big across the board and and now this question marks if he s young wife is is not an inside model to league club. Some kind of matching not. I think he should go to. A club plays imbredded mantis. Salt lake city united of manchester. Be cool nobre. I think dortmund were probably. He was gonna struggle to win things that i think disappointment makes law sense fame in terms of he can going at silverware because i the people that are saying. He's he hasn't won anything so he's not like he hasn't proven himself on. No none of us say that by pundits. Say that there are jimmy. So yeah maybe trying to be collide The hierarchy manages. I think most clubs would before navy two-point reports tina on news for a long time. But i just. Didn't tally up with when clubs. Have positions available. I think maybe pap klopp. Who else is above protein in crawley town. I wonder down. The aisle phelps is his theory. then from every. I'm sure all listen to podcasts. In just spoke in all its forms. And i think there's a fair argument said that chico kind of came across. I think wins. They were happy. Seen gone Friction with workers breakdown. The ceo not stinks on a see that come about again. Psg and majors taste of is porch. He's not cheating easy utilized kind of just through a bit of a path to the next eighteen months or so maybe it. Maybe it wasn't something that he wants to do that. Long-term whatever put so much. It just seemed like quite could quite the beneficial punch tiny for both parties. Joe off to a question. Abc's you said go the portrait. He's anti beyond his canoes spurs. Get your referring to mr lee and how he ran things. I don't know much about the psg. Hierarchy must say but do you think the pse hierarchy given they fell out with previous management have looked at and thought. Wow he walked into daniel levy. he's not going to cause too much trouble. Do you think there's an appeal or without not because no actually erased many because that just not short of any soul cashew whatsoever and i don't think they would worry about any manager spending money i think the single patch Is incredibly cows musset by not want get into what nominating and how expecting i am Think he worked really well with that dynamic. The team a think these really genuine guy on a thing of regular training sessions really really good training sessions. We'll know about footballers is they live and dawn to that training sessions and they love them on. If you crack the life you good shout of life of winning plays and the fact that he has that that of personal hersal. Karen saudi than i think he will do really well what. He's got a matching intrigue. Jimmy to see what goes with. That's all i'm interested. Vouch presents a portrait. Help learn about how we what we're expecting from How do we see him. What with this absolutely abundance of talent guys like you said when you're not talking about any short firepower by ecology was chain name all the maria veracity mark what would you what would you think. Poetry on work hourly. How'd you let's unworthy state essentially your listeners to start out with Very committee hosie. Three woman spurs But of that clause in the at tenure he played around with with along with three three three three off think will to play kind of a pragmatic two three four three with bap in neymar given given that freedom. And i think you're going to have to have that because certainly with name all because the egos can come in them because let's be honest. Neymar fantastic player world-class but he comes across as a bit of a nightmare. A bit of a bit of an egotist in my opinion but the things he can do on a football pitch for you. are unreal. I think you need to give him that freedom anyway. But i think you've taught them up at the back and with the same players just just the system that use i think it'd be far more pragmatic than they used to get that point across to them. The you know. We're not expected to walk every game. We're not expected to go into the champions league there on the league and win nine percent of the games counter So he's really getting that monster across they need to carve look out more defensively and look after that ball when that will back quick get it to get it to name neymar our and then work the magic from there. I'm interested while you were you. Included most keen in in the world class players that they've got there because i don't think he's world-class it. But but he's an exciting young talent just generalization just going back to that fullback area. I mean i mean. I don't know how jimmy hardly think think for free free seems the way the east playing it. I've been looked at these first few still in eleven's unleashed it's spurs a four to three one. I think in kinney's in his early days. It was always a full free freeman with a high price. And i recognise gonna go go back to what you know. The players that can play that system is going back himself. And i think you keep it quite simple and win game certainly in the french league as expected to win ninety percent of the games. If not more he'll go for free. Every team can when he gets into europe coming up against barcelona in the champions league might see buffalo of because they know exactly betrays at the moment. But yeah the way. I think he's he's going to go with it. Boy watch why change something that has brought him to some degree success in the past and now he's got better place to do it with three four three four three three three three four three four three. I called the number. But you weren't home. So i'm gonna say is On wonder if he is. This is what you're you've thought about. Well as you mentioned jerry pressing aspect of it but one of the good metrics now is is passes. Her defensive action needs dissensions. How long you allow the team. Your positions possible who you to challenging for it and that was just luck to thawing. Mark of Of coaches teams are best a lot. He was really that they really up that with the monster benchmark with this type of not allowing you anytime on the goal then suffocate. You harass you. Get back An and it did drop in hong season doctor on his love of non full. And i wonder i always wonder whether poachers trying to realign his team. In a way that is managed to make them become conformance weather. Play different ways and maybe get back on or getting work And i wonder if you'll go like jimmy said straits we're going back to basics. It's going to be seven point. Seven passes until we close down or is it going to be something different. I think it's quite interesting in four three three and probably a sensible thing today because it's going to be a formation that those players are going to be familiar with even if you think of contain. How did he is two three four three. That's right three four three muck he didn't play that until after that ask no defeat and it took them a while to kind of put his system in place and it's almost like we're going to go in and play this way but a completely agree with jimmy that he's going to go in and nothing. They're going to be absolutely rampant in terms of their press. In probably what cost tottenham in the end was. He wanted to build a squad that was capable of doing that. And so he could rotate players in and out. And i think appears jay. He's got so many players that he can afford today. That you've got fixtures in league earn where probably you can't afford to pay more than in the primarily especially with a thin tottenham squad like. There's some really exciting young players. Psg he can talk about his coach and he will bring them on. He will develop them and he will. He bought players like winks and was trying to do things with tanga. Even he was there. I believe he played in a little bit. And then jose sort of condom as well champion jerry or some other youngsters. Because i'm going to join a blank now on one hundred sent carl try to figure. Yeah at some car on. Roy mason absolutely loved one mason super and yet yeah one year. We won't see features The yes humble here but he just of an early fixture. He does what one thing. I'm curious about. And maybe some sean on a topic. That on was roy which with whether fairly or unfairly he. S g have Essentially stigma it comes with Pow in ego. Something that i think often chelsea confidence jordan simone Hot is very very very close to his first team players often reports. If you not be no working out to get not going to use you again is very much. What am i just wonder whether Yeah how did you see that going lot i would work with the dynamos. How'd you think you'll manage the that. That point player. How on his mouth of or concede difficult because look has already said about name are east shorts me an egotists. But i think you've got to play to that. Ego is how you manage it letting the easing control without being in control of you know you give him given the latian you slacking off over certain little freedoms and it's all about communication an whenever. I've seen porch tino. Whether it be on something like football focus in interviews and stuff of a very good communicator. He comes across a very very good communicator. And communication is all about you know tailoring it to that individual person. You can't speak to the same person the same to be someone else. And we all know that we're all educate is and and obviously jimmy apparent but jimmy is master educated to the three greatest young sparks save. Yeah i'm never around them but you all night that's probably what is so broad. Crystal claim webcam the long. The short is about getting communication. Roy and i think look said. He's a top communicate. It's how you communicate our message to the individual and how you may individual feel special within that team environment and he seems to have a knack of doing was very clearly cleveland. What about yourself jimmy. Like do you think shooting marigny worrisome. Not for an oil actually think he will manage it very well on the nature. That a really thing for coaches cool guy. And i think that holds sway. He's not really good in. He compatible like he's still going on a pitch and just below it last week petition and hold zone so i think you'll be fine on lot the name that's just own it. I was looking count you sunday morning on sunday in name on the show to lease a little coffee shops outside kobe. Drink in a way just to chat letting him think he's in control. Yeah forget forget the science and everything about it. You'd be an abm. Monday few warm croissants. Let's see what happens. When neymar goes missing around his birthday. How'd you play. That never comes back. You never see name is going to be interesting though because you hear the stories about song when some was a little bit disgruntled because he wasn't playing and parts. Tina was able convince him that you are a massive part of my plans but be patient. You will come into the team and look at the player. He's developed in song so name was not playing tonight in a final. Is it gonna be there. He's kind of guys. Still sal stray straightaway. Is there the reasons behind tonight. What you mean has guys. Yeah as of yet. But he sat hyper going well. That's all i mean. I don't know percent but like he has has this lot. I think he's got very very strong. I think he's real honest guy It he does. He has resulted neo values. And i think what set a line to which he will will really a allow player. Flax but i think as points where point by he just knows. You'll take i. I think he's just suspect the moment he feels disrespected. You done but the arguably now whether he's been given sway wetterich like just as you. I am what we're going to give eighteen months winston titles then you can go but the master neymar or it's going to be spine flood. Run it how you want. Because he does have the end of the year. And you problem. Isn't it because that seems to clearly be almost an nba. Look for stars. There is a direct line ownership and they seem to be able to bypass manages and speak so is not going to be a good thing for someone lights. Tina yes if you've got the tight relationship that's going to be great because they're going to be going to them saying are wonderful. Things are how much danger the training sessions. And that's what. I really hope happens. That's the pathak scenario if if he can win a couple of tiles and champions league and everyone's happy and then he moves onto denied while you wanna add what was amazing. Postino and donna levy had an amazing relationship but they day slot needy for very very very highly open and portugal hint. So i i even saint by sea south thompson days I think you have a very good relationship with the channa so made it thought well he will develop a really good working relationship with the channels because they struck me as outside of that will think see as the more important asset they are. I was just gonna get onto that. And i was gonna say. I think this is a wider issue with of kind of club structures and player power in general as your assets as a club. Are you players when you fall out. Two hundred million for player that way. Your investment is because your manager essentially most of the time comes in for free you know maybe three or four million compensation if you getting from another club and his salary's not comparable with these top superstars and it's just a symptom of the money. That's involved in the game all clubs on a water level at the minute which i think is bad because i think as a coach you need to have that power so will be interesting to see joe saying building up that relationship between the con- club hierarchy and the coach. Because you really are now that as a coach because you're under so much pressure when you've got you all these stars. Combat pay neymar there the club's assets. They're the ones that need to be kept hoppy as far as the owners are concerned. Because that's where the money's going and they know don't they that they are brand and they are the reason that. Psg the browns and the alignment with jordan and everything else that comes along with this new passenger van. They know that they are such big off about that. They are more important than the manager. And i think that's where the danger comes in and is romanticism to go back to the store. Managers of thousand ninety s and previously. Before i even where the manager says goes but don't think you see the sports knock-on way in american sports certainly play. Power is way bigger than it is in football shaw in football like the most popular sport in the world. It's only going to become a more of a stars game so some massive debate. But that's the way it seems. It's interesting for business model really because if you think of most businesses the management of the highest paid people that are making the decisions and all the all the staff below them so scales down no football club management dina. Well then attraction all the money spent lsu marina. Yeah fabio capello during national toys. Go to finish up and feel free to pass if you i am a. Psg play huge. He's like most succeed in the sec. Scores to be working with hotch. I'm gonna. I'm gonna go out and say it looks looks to me an early days but i'm already looking at the full fullback that he's been experimenting with dr and patrick packer Fuels fullback and of course sees posts like yet if what positions. Yeah him i think. Under harare's things are absolute pressing machine. A probably a player that i could see apparently had the harare east because his dad's what coaching so he's been around football clubs since he was about six seven years old and he's always kind of wanted to know more than just a player and i could see him so of an icon of a mold step in straight into assistant coaching and then becoming a manager nothing he could be someone that really aligns himself quite quickly with parchin pops boever coach pitch. Funny i was going to say as well as of he's been in england they seem pot is done very seen how he's been able to build 'em progressive name Yeah i think he kind of suits into that midfield role part would be looking for as well along with one or two others the approaching. We'll say Jimmy lasts for we One of the things you mentioned in your notes to this is all power. You're going to win. The champions league shut down right now known no way cover. The point is always negative but just getting the want to Managed to just explain yourself so we don't understand them negative This is Is not when the champions league out be controversial. Say yes he will not shut up. You wanna about maurizio costs team lack of trophies this year on the listeners. This year my is just kick the goal roy in the guy's guys assistance smashing grab. Let's let everyone. Let's play like crazy crafting as winning name on. Just ten shots on goal the game three in the original Place in the summer annoys eight top scorer and me and will shut up. Never mentioned it ever again. We'll get in the circle and needs to be a new circle. The seques getting big upfield as more going together day. We're gonna be back shortly caught. See where yeah. We've where we think Spent fourteen million pound. Okay you really surely became season between the biggest size innings. Never had this much more important to our side and it doesn't weekend. It's real with the manchester united fans. Think with three points clear going into this game be potentially six points clear coming out if you were to ask any money inside during the post. Fagging that we're going through which bunched manager would be position shot. And yet he is. The only manager who is playing the main way has his players playing smile on their faces and altogether. But we've know how to test or at least one that we've come out with a win against we'd be pissed you with no pressure but since then we hope be an anyone of note. This is a real test. This my side and only gonna sell shaw ceramics and the greatest manager of all time. The aim at this club is primarily titles and so ourselves amongst it. We need that way this weekend and welcome back. Party looseness marcus sweating. And whether he's gonna toss. The frogman is fine listeners. insofar as all of you will exist in some so great amriam. Jv often the curator for a audience with called really in this day. I don't know if it was his boy. Fernandez joining Anyway but he posted question in this january transfer window. If you have four million pound spend or on a play of the clever he would they Jimmy did you go on. We're going to get the allison in remount away essentially jimmy being accorded towns found Forty million pounds with locks for town. So have you gone down the call town or few assange style That other team stallions dalai osman look at the other team and before we do. I think you need to apologize to jack. Because he's going to be certain corner. Hearing me talking about that team in blue rockin waco and he's according to call plan so jack chairman's made the damage made me do it so ask as cruelly already got that foy billion mark right and we don't need anyone don't need anyone. I got there. Anyway is up one row to boomer from that vendor fifth round. he'll be fulham all the way anyway. Sorry calcium hot. Who would sign the forty billion chelsea. I first of all for four million pound. They could get frank lampard. Some coaching lessons. That would get you much for the sl amateur. Hr game maybe he could do. Maybe some level rate four million more than it doesn't need much lesson all. I think the midfield is absolutely following. Our could be really boring and save a defensive coverage of things they've got number of defenders. It's not it's not particularly great but for me. They need a lot of need destroy cover. It just needs to play. Oliver giroud a little bit more. Jimmy concert should not spend before million. They don't need to spend forty million bounty everything. They need a partner manager that can dealing with it who needs a million name brand european night. Keep nobody slum padro they need a new manager for a million she go over and this is going to kill you. The then need to go over. To paris dangle forty million and say lesser fourteen at chelsea 'cause eighty signed with them and let's be honest who needs a forty million pound. Sign him when you've got made among those leads mason mouth. I'm sorry sorry. 'cause yeah as much values that was in media content nothing. He's got nothing. ma nothing. I scribble mesa mountain. And if i was you know it always crow pie and spend that money was in gopher jack harrison leads i said in the swamp don james for him. All is well james. You probably get changed in that forty million for that. Deal william shut. Harrison's looking at very very good prospect on that wing and i think it opposite. Bits and i it i would say neon online for mansa. Either i is and he didn't look very good again truly today. Not one game. After on jimmy from say who leads they go. There's your there's a plate still. Also they bought harrison leads the of mansa air. Well that's not going to happen then. Is it going well. this question. Eight million by trump's time off is we've got some gems every sleeves me because everyone loves makes him out. You got four emails here and there must. Somebody gave four million in january. They brunette around is your no where you're going to discover gem la. Let's be honest someone someone else sound. I think that was the idea. Actually i think was you. Let me start to segment that play. If you got then luke. Probably because you don't max waters need not as until nicholas i'll tell you. Say sorry well onto the podcast kit up callum islands sudden bouma player thing georgia's show another. He was definitely and love. I thought more and essentially don't know how to massacre is first regular spent million in january what we see now in child really a set Roy mesa is essentially. Yes on the but worry is is that spurs are essentially overloaded whether they want not with one more if you put another opposition congo three roy solid akron place. Despite the fact that things would be the best out of three of them so whether you would co mora The stains whenever he just so many options and then and then even produce luxy shock rating. Actions will go rain actions once a little bit more on stable ground but is new. So then what though. It's Newton an who kind of kite. Maybe maybe more kind of central positions long as v philip. It will Vacillate occurred and on all day on the senate level and where he finally without essentially overloading our sanchez's storms done and someone liked them Whose favor of all our johnson of ladies and Do not believe so would be conditions. Because i think as huge reliance on out for roads huge back so mover warplanes button. Who would you can will would you. What are you gonna allen predecessor interior angles. Because i think it's Definitely need quite fee positions I also had top cyber As a centre back on the on the left side and social is very much you think about when he tried to speak to nathan speaking four million. Hey talked by being a left sided centreback so that maguire cannot see switch to the right and that would be more more natural position for him. So i think that. Would daphne be a good sign in but i will say i love the energy that is muscle saba the versa jesse sabat as well is like any team to do but also have rumors just started coming up in the last couple of days because this guy is not playing for dortmund also been linked with yulia and bronc on the cheap prompts. Been planning a little bit deeper when he has been planned. And i think he could be in that in a midfield three with smith. Row padre and union bryant dot could be seabrook's in because awesome really struggled to school teams. That as a player that has creativity in pundits on the savage level. I looked today. I didn't wanna choosing on the basis. That what did is all. I was quite intrigued about trying to find a cheap version of sabotage. And there's a lot of these pain for australia at the moment. Anyone enjoying watching Watcher sasol and his name's hamid junior Our horizon is online foam. The ugly and just spending time on the raft is like a similar nor as good yet abbasi's twenty years old Twenty six And he's still very very Rule but it looks like a reassigned player Yes or maybe doc samson get cheek but yeah yeah Can i ask locked if he Because you got beacon that the The law you got lots of midfielders. I think papa will move on in the summer some kind of thinking if he thought. I also think i've seen salvage play in that kind of right wing back wrong. Which could be something interesting especially because there is a massive massive black hole which is our one bassac trying to take the ball forward. I love and defensively. i think in back three. He would be absolutely fantastic. And then if you have a more attacking right wingback foudy really great as a roy right. So i descended by winged financing. Aren one bassac has decided Right okay sorry. Sorry so mcginnis about also host them bug from avi lachey deplace lock Of the back four sometimes president right wing back at right-back who what's three and he's very very tasty Yet another option. Yeah tonight low gainesville in today. No i just mean papa wilga so you need to start drafting. Yeah probably as the way played. The other night was fantastic. Batter done united deaths or go. This is ready. Get so you don't have any cease to not research I've got one going for him. They a here what they like. Who scoring goals in the bundesliga. Andre silver on frankfort levin. If you cyst. That's twenty. Five years. Old nasa sort fastened. You want there. We go all over the year. Now mark what do you got more name. Nothing still got nothing. Well i wanna sign. You seemed to be appreciative. That would that would be. That'd be may jimmy of giving you fourteen million pounds to spend you are now marcelo. Bielsa the people you've given me. I just love myself. Go got him owing right by if you had to those who reveals. Hi i'm going to be looking at a centre-half who's kicking around as a centre half no donation. I k- how much would you get for. Johnstone's now he's come back and four playing very well would he leave city. Probably know i'll be looking at a centre half and all i would be looking at a number another midfielder. He dobson sanchez office. For a million. We'd give you an you. Give him an email then eight-year-old spent to know. Oh man you put me on the spot. That's the nature they all come back to. You will give me back from of give you go. Mellow mark can get fast for a male kings. Komen for us know sticking left and so do you think you get into forty million. I didn't realize you had a spare one hundred. According to the market value from grandma chancellor market is forty million euros. Oh go on was messy. Were thought to that will always say is coming. Just go back so excited that the A shout of very very awesome layup but also because he's now loaded in like the the soil of bam unical not in any way i to working incredibly hard all by but chris as he would be perfect. Magic for tax was able to add into the mix boston to get to love you. Got of the homes. You got his opponent from orson or of yeah. That could spokesman look a formidable from three as well with you decide to play lacquer and a bum yang because a bum yang. You can play wide as well are coming in An old also former be play opposite. Flanks probably play komen on the right of on land on the left foot. We worked for mobile. But yeah. that's what i'm just question. No messy where eighty million. He teamed in the zero. That's a great shout mont will you got yes. I'm going to go even though they don't need more. Follow them all. they don't need more firepower. I just love this place. I leave campus from severe. I think added to that end. He's like just the his busy in the constantly busy. So you got. The kind of the french connection taught their player and two around when terms back and then a compass just being busy and a nuisance and scoring goals as to tackle like that. yeah Yeah paulie jimmy. You can finish up with them. Reckon selena. reckon put down their goal. Jackie contempt gerald pk. To a to a couple of seasons in leads yorkshire it can be lovely brings brings shakir over for a little bit ends his career playing on the bureau searches. So out the backline. Thank you don. I think she said he's fourteen million pounds. Come to us. Andy contracts on. We'll get it to see seasons leads beyond auto now. that'd be. Yeah we'll be. When was lot swindon manager for him. Yeah you don't think as time money. And i never have to lead was obviously yes much even the finish each monday. I had to care tongue-in-cheek cheek want to try by the way. Hey while also raising your cut van jerry. Jerry took a t and looked like he was holding a cup up like a trophy. Do want to add it all your stuff. Jimmy in nags literally. Everything you said about him not gonna cup is is not when yonglin. The french mickey mouse cup shopping on. Ls us the disney. I'm harris mushroom just guys. Upn very disparaging to All of france's that moment said joel. We've been even on up nothing. Not one raucous mench michou of every yeah business started. Compose also supports say. Yeah that was that was fun. A fun section c shortly. Hi j. crew Reporting this outside the on cafe in plymouth as we get closer and closer to our evening date. It's pretty exciting Just a quick one on the liverpool versus manchester clinician mahal. Take his is the battle of the sexes. we've got to look at. How much is up and if you can really affect game is going to be the first. I think klay two hundred and something minutes is really really reference to see this guy and it's imperative that we put him in the pitch henderson slight for back and tiago further. I'm from a bunch of denied. Point of view i think he's looking rosy and i expect they start something like thomas koppel dominate. Infield expect that their second shock with some movement from area longest runs fox two bucks stuff and linkup moscow footwork and kabbani. I think's comments hominy can really shockers on the other side. I'm absolutely terrified of liverpool fans. Absolutely praying that we managed to pull something off. Buck david is just. I'll just relative. Marcus rush in the brilliant monies. They charge. jp. Craig looking about three Listeners we have puffing as local radio of in coffers join outside how can us. Laws differ wasted to gain advantages in games and something that we chatted about him in the on the pardon. We've always wrestling scene. Points are the client. I think it was a poster. Possible that that zoom channel karen and consol batch posted more threats. At the moment. Dan alex andy robinson and it just grew out of the possibility that. Let's get into kind of where who backs. Herat la count cool. The different tyson is one of the things that are kind of injuries is just seeing how fullbacks being used and fundamentally love maybe combat cloth and are think he is one of the ravages plays really trying to get as fullback two very things Both offensively and defensively will. Let's let's let's go to you on on. Fullback looked aggression of rome has has has reach this phone since thinks offset a couple of times. Nothing through box the most important players on the pitch for a law teams at the minute. And you look at the best teams in world football. Look in the money that pep guardiola spent on sold. Fullback problem thing fullbacks. Aw just paramount. Basically to the success football club could have especially a leaked level. An iconic thought that was revolutionary. Impove this over van stop and moneyball thing but then back at like brazil. Nine hundred fifty eight the so w inflammations fullbacks were the main reasons. The team scored sixteen goals in six games. So it's not really revolutionaries just kind of come full circle but they're not see that probably does play into van stops and the fact that you've got players are able to be playmakers and have the fitness to get up and down and cover as well as talk and then they if they lose the bull and this has been on kuala trent alexander arnold leese in the ball a lot recently but if you lose the ball wide. You're probably not going to be as likely to be punished as a safe place to lose the ball so it's kind if that yeah just sensible to do it and i think is probably you look at our tests and soccer and tierney of play in that way and i think we're going to see an awful lot more and we're going to see a lot of players like the emergence of our phones davies where someone is one of the most client players for a team playing fullback. He said baby is also interesting. When we talk about davies as well how unwound a soccer is well. That's another one how these days manages a convert in these wingers into full box. Because it's more about the attacking part of the game these days being a four back so it makes sense that if you've got someone that's it going forward but not quite that turn into that world class winger and in david's casey of turned into a world-class we because he's such a phenomenal footballer. But you know trying to for seeing if they've got that natural defense bullet as well and also on the flip side of this as well. We've got you talking about. It's okay to play out why it's okay to take more risks out. What but what are the oldest of the four bucks as well as his revolutionary where. He's invert in them and they're almost planners sentiment field is as well. We're seeing these two different kind of caveats of how you can play with full box these days which is really interesting. Almost making that with that whole midfield dropping down so you've almost got three two extra men in midfield which then allows midfield is to push on further and be more creative the pits. Look we see with. The broin are lucky soon. Followed him as well. So there's lots of different ways. And it's in tom to see how these managers are using full box in different ways and an effectively as well. Because these are these on mid-table teams. We're talking about using four bucks in different ways to the best teams in well and european football those going to say in britain in uk but in european football and they use the full box in two completely different ways which is really really interesting to say but it does mean. You've also got these full box from different areas. You know somebody that did was ozzie. Fading dow no he's not world class player. He was converted into a fallback as well from midfield role because he's a inva- not from midfielder anyway so effectively. He's playing the same role but he's got defensive responsibility for the left and saw it as well so yeah it interesting. How how is he in play all over the pitch suddenly being dragged into play four back and then accelerate within the raw. Do you guys think about position swapping them. Players turned from one position. To another and pap obviously famously with lamb of combat him into this midfielder after being a right back for most of his career and is kind of lamb. Reincarnated basically Do you think we're sort of a partisan era. Perhaps weather's going to be more of a like position. Lewis footballer like we're gonna see a lot more so saboteurs in those kind of players that are able to play in loads of different positions because you have to be so good in almost every position now. I think it will only ever reach seven point. She thinks on a certain level. Spain almost reached out in one specific model and eventually that motor was essentially. If you replicate it too much it becomes lacking Spontaneity and and all of that free rigetti of interchangeable players. You can have an anti cavalry. He sits saban'll sixty four and smushed bowling A i think that always the raking woman but i do think With plays like that touches lots. Let pat and asking people guess parini. Who's doing you know. Really radio With how uses fullbacks in in syria. There is always that question. With how much will he out on one of the things a lot looking stats When when you to sit with them they they will give love to find out that. Do things as amazingness robinson trent alexander. There's lot robinson is the boss more than any of the full back in the league. And trent lott. That's just not harvey's game largest doesn't do that honor just love to set. Then he gets on sunday donalds. He's do that since you. These plays in form can to fill that void in way. And just how that you've done. Sallow who is is a lot is now prudence. He almost that kind of that roy sawyer. Play that that he's been looking 'cause i still think he's proper full last half unknown schenker's looking good at residuals abbasi's have a small sample so's must've positions uncertain. What's your thoughts on a journey. Fullbacks that know the interest. You are must. I wanna shout hondas at some point as we said it shall. He's making white box is making the right back position that cool again. Let left back. If as a kid left was always the kid the right back was always trend Trent made it cool. Land nicola let's it to the next level often twenty seems taken. I didn't want to be right back again until i saw zhao consolo play. Trent doesn't want me play right back. can show you some clips gary neville. They what i like about gary neville. You know when you say to. People look forward always a typical number nine. Gary neville typical number two unwilling terms. So that you could take english number two out that way. Because i suppose you got the progressive about and actually mark thought that you know. You'll grow up watching syria and and we just a saw in. You know you had one sort caffeine. You had on us soil mounteney martine. You always feel. I don't know how much revision them. But i never felt. That monkey was that sightseeing. Molding laugh at just a a night. I a trudy trudy perfect. You play on a position sense Benyak plays kathleen those living here in bats. Just great word. Isn't it to three company when call for the iran one night remember saying robo in trend. Kathleen calls loa which takes us back to. Jack's david beckham story is well. Best player ever played against without hesitation. Several callers also wonder how much don alvarez is responsible for weber right now with With full box because our maybe before him that was a limitation of tech mobility. Mixed with incredible floss. Hello well i think marcello mashad fat little bit further toward the hour. So eventually do i think he's moving technician than than pass. You know. I think the players that before that were a hassle. See orientated fluxes. Mom say i think when when danny alvis especially being able to insist did not hear the phase rounded suddenly became an face jordi alba content to the next level book became gosh lot. Look how much fat that goes. Happy not -sition and carnivores the fulford. Again thing i will yeah. There's a lot about elvis. As well from other professional saying that he could have played any position on the pitch. And i think to jimmy's point about making the right back position. Cool don alvarez. Yeah all of a sudden people start. How back shirts and things like that. It was like and when he went to the boss learn. Especially just you know he. He was like you said he paved the way for alberta also be that fullback which was just such an integral part of the team and then look live there now on love the way they're pushing each other without already great interview today in a magazine moves. Trent alexander arnold Chessmaster no that in these like played again some again proper like chess masters. Not chessmaster is really good. Just give us talking chess. Masters certain give a shout to my friend and wife of listen over the call who howson but his wife hailey news plus weaken. She isn't chessmaster choice. He is a chessmaster. Rita very cool. Yeah process so i. I don't have anyone who is just not always a quote here that i'm going to read out from don alvarez elvis donnie love is a said this and so growing up in brazil are played every position Until i found fullback it was phil neville that. I taught me to love the position of full-back back watching by was like listening to the music of mozart or beethoven. They got direct. Quote from donnie alvarez watching phil neville play maybe occupy for england what could go wrong can play there if he can soon. Let's let's look at like modern day where we are with the whole bats are are think There is a wealth of hobart tongue and actually think most people are the laci fullbacks new teams honest. That diesen decent sewing on. You ain't got the ovalles' conduct sugar. And i mean that in whatever functionality want them to function so what chris wrote does what basham but those noxious seasonal for for crease in season. I'm more soon. Dodge says his but on a you know. I looked at the walker donnie. Ray times. Because they they were closed at luck they wouldn't in any way as technical. Think as a big auden say that walker positioning and technically not taking you made positions so much more advances game Since what impact. That is a different type of player again. But yeah. I'm in love with raphael guerrero from from from poland or just like i always love thing and which still is decent plan and as a look trae lot he's just so solids he so solid and reliable and always juices law think is comedy love. This season Just you creaming passes punk and it must be a georgia to function as as fullback in in that system. But i'm yeah he competes. You is your modern day. Hobart will denis irwin. Now i just feel like thousand saddened tony cheek but actually a. We've kinda give dennis out in the nobel love because talk about technician. He was nose and the chips and stuff. They scored one from the all was just like poetry. Nation absolutely loved watching grown up and is much much more than the quote that you constantly gets reduced now. The like argue seven ten every week now. Dennis in could be way better than that. Who exactly and i think a player always impresses me is liquor for addison. I think he's a really good good player. And i think he has a big another big. Move in and maybe stitch-up marco by in all of radio vs if you wanna fool back to attack and go on the outside and show you can do. We've got out once davies. Such a young ages well twenty years old but also all be logic on loan from muncie and angelina marino full box. Yeah fantastic fullback as well. Why y'all on loan such a good player of about reporter was so it could critic of and they've ranked the best four bucks for performance and he's actually second on that list a so she's real but i not less ruffo guerrero dortmund. Apparently he's talked about both before stops is really good. Does not not one of the ball but yeah underlying for me Of the last twelve months. He's he's really come into fruition. Come into his own Sandra maya when from from city is that what i'm on think out. He's just incredible Rebel goal-creating action since rebels sloppy. Really really good time It just fits perfectly. is that much anarchy. Fame ahead on one of the remark. Because what we say love senchenko. They're not going to see the fat but it doesn't is fate rounded it that role. I think that something that is unreliable with mandy Office he doesn't athleticism. Can we pull out from monday. Because mandate monaco like he was going to revolutionize position. And you think back to that. Go against marseille a was sprint. Knowing mendy like overtook about four players from other sixteen yard line and then go at it to him and he made look basically ran. The whole pitch together from goals happen. It was just like that. He was so good that game he had against modern city and the champions league when the pretty much the united as step out for me. Yeah he was he was something else in its. I think injuries probably have a massive part play. Now it's another commenced flying as well if another player of just thought. He had a great start to his His career in england another fantastic season. Last year with the atlanta saudis at timothy castagna for leicester as well another really good attack get defended. Just thought adamant goes wants things to chat about. Or jimmy. D is response all ally danilo event or do you know what so reliable so as a look through everything he as just yes. We really interesting to see how are automatic. Slow positioned sewn up and just love. Fox's but doesn't seem to be out sounding awesome very very very brazilian. Denison as i think. I think it translates as for under four beckoning covered. Alexandra as well in like sixteen seventeen was unbelievable. Hundred crosses fifty and exceptions forty-three chances grade was one four sist- in the season pretty impressive and one of the things. I love about a Try and alison is on. Those figures are onto sporting. He is inserted his progressive party. Essentially there's a law daily announced to just chart weather your recipes. Were that negative. Ans- what he even crosses the bulaq midfielders do lot. He's just way way way. Yong's pretty much any lock fullback and sent back certainly come into it if that's harpers That the van by the toga. The bar he paid his left session courses switching the ball. That is now that. I love about how. He's experiment with Week four bucks as opposed to go with with saying crystal tackle. Both songs releasing said that entrench transient one thing is contract his balls in play and from d. e. contact folks. We disagree patrick boxes. Too busy delivering. Amazing pools into usually Robinson's of bhakti. And then you go home. Who's luck even more dynamic a lot more aggressive in way. The attacks face Just just named to have this thing this this year than the net struggling this. I think this market window. And what was the transceivers. Almost last season ladies robinson's windows. Yes come even those the playoffs. They haven't court seeded out to the end of a law. Did he end up with more. Cisl season roberson trended. I'm going to hold back it up. It was either last seasonal the season before where they and the ngos. We'd now trenton so token about how they ended up debate in the end of the season. Which more important goals or assists because roberson more assists but try not more goals. The i think you might be right. Jimmy in trenton vendor more says last season but the the way they push each other is really cool when they seem to have a really nice relationship in that regard. And that's gonna be very healthy if you klopp picked facial wax during the absurdity under twelve season before interest also say that. He progresses the full academic theater as well. Because we're talking about moving positions. He was a midfielder throughout the world and everything midfielder how much she looks teaches into positional. Sense mall whose drive. I'm not sure i'm not worried about it. But i think certainly for distribution that you've mentioned it plays a big part because as a midfielder here you would have. You could imagine him getting aboard span. These passes diagnosed or always done it. Ducted that from central position taken it for war position rather than look both ways to look to paying the balls now. He's just going out one way paying in from the roy inside so effectively. He's game easier by moving out there. Be touchline to hoping that one sought to defend. So maybe maybe that's what we're saying. Maybe we are just seeing in play as a midfielder in a wide position. And that's how he gets his head rhonda and he's able to perform to that level that perform those in this season with roofing Different human services before sees but they both have really good shock. Rating actions but robinson's are being converted ans- transa- transition frequent wall shop. Creating actions for game two zero point goal-creating watching so Is always a limit to how much of dig into the all industrials for menia. How much is that. What you've already touched on those george robertson likes to be higher up the pitch and look to drive into the box on the angle. So maybe his party's are more kind of inter fate so that they will just take the us the pace of the ball guard into the bottom corner whereas transfer from that water position within those crosses in and obviously you've got struck again on the end of the on. It's much more difficult than if it's played into your feet and you just using the pace in the book. So maybe that's why that stock is there. You see trend. Even play those diagonals to tear andre roberson. Well day as he looking for him and makes runs so often. You're right mark let you solve. He's progressing is making. Chances are probably almost like that. The davits over the past before the pass writes andy robinson last year on the same mattress infrastructure. Yeah i don't know anything you want. Tie up with with fullback lovin. We've we wrap up last full-back nuggety here's the greatest fullback and cooley talents. Jimmy history. Just wanna come back to franken. We've had him before. Mr dodges founding. Frank frank franken. They don't give a damn captain marvel area he's played across. Midfield is critical. Backline is now playing right back. I'm boston it so yeah george. Franken doff more captain man. Well we got. It sounds inclined him on sunday to doesn't get many stein. No rankin son. That's who bohm a four million you win game for that you wouldn't get out jewish franken areas goes to your sis and he's been out for the season broken arm as a. Here's one for go. I remember soccer. Tarik lampy trent. Alexander reese james. Here has the most england caps at the end of their career. George franken trying. Yeah jimmy depends. I long south case in charge. Because it's self case as and i'm with renamed because he plays with mason at chelsea tarry too. I want into less finish on a nice luffing. Four on favor favor for His live is one every couple of weeks. Powerslam people just around with flows tara mountain to take a massive gamble from the luxury of chelsea. And all that gets. He hasn't gone to like a really but put justice league not to do alone sought fresh and and whatever happens is that they are still think this other you know what does user actually converting chances so he knows it could be fun and hopefully just someone like they laid thiessen consigning dolan sonnen. Young son into several from south atlanta does what wanted to happen. Really just a eleven panicked when you asked me the question. That renault was dean. He's fine about time. did not mean. Just you're a complete blank to offers a shout. Show unlike him like him. Yeah it just popped into my head because he can take a nice setpiece moments of panic the soviet they go and they're the podcastone when the new cotin we'll do you want to say anything on on sorry full. Nah i think he summed up nicely. I think he's he's just see perks. I then yeah like that is gone from chelsea to brian in search of game first team football when he's still sort of attention for and praise for it so yeah wilson another move land play on the opposite flank if you found the opposite. Flank is locating everton lumped Under angelo in new york. Shame is coleman is gonna retire someday does on the gun. Fifties song from shamrock pros. Chamois rivers here. That has to be one of those rights on nine thousand nine hundred ninety six. I think it was paid for around right listeners. Which is need to go out full. We just under a cycle of ponnary huggies with as long as your favorite body. Is it george. Franklin if so can such jimmy if it's other people that if you're not sure to say liquid sure if just just you could save one person gets in contact me about george. Kamal be made our george franken donya globally way. Because he's not gonna listen to this. 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Festivus For The Rest Of Us - Seven Episodes In Seven Days - 3

Talk, Tales and Trivia

10:29 min | 4 months ago

Festivus For The Rest Of Us - Seven Episodes In Seven Days - 3

"Hello this is stephanie. And this is talk tales and trivia the podcast where i talk about society culture pop culture and i throw in a little bit of trivia too so that you can stump your family and friends of this holiday season. Well you know what we are. In the holiday season a matter of fact today is actually a holiday of sorts. That's right but before we get into the episode. If you are a new listener here at talk tells an trivia. Welcome you and thank you for tuning in. I hope you enjoyed this episode. So now all of you sit back. Relax listen and enjoyed this episode on festivus for the rest of us. I hope that you enjoy it. Well i am coming at you. On december twenty third day night of festivus. And i know it is late. But i had to celebrate right. Well if you are a seinfeld fan then you know exactly what i'm talking about but if you aren't or if you're a little younger then this is perfect because i am going to tell you all about festivus for the rest of us will festivus was originally created by daniel. O keefe festivus entered popular culture after it was made the focus of nineteen ninety. Seven seinfeld episode right. We all know the episode the strike. Dan o'keefe co wrote on that episode. Will you see. O'keefe didn't really think the idea festivus for the rest of us. Really take off as a good part in the seinfeld episode. But to his dismay it's taken on a life of its own and it still goes on even to this day if you hate all the holiday cheer this year or any year but was a huge fan of the nineteen ninety show seinfeld. Thin festivus is already the perfect holiday for you. It is truly a day celebrated by seinfeld fans all over the world. Every december twenty third. But but i do say but the original founder of festivus. Dan o'keefe said it can be an may happen anywhere between nobre and may so you can still have time. The festivus became popular on the seinfeld show and that is where it began but it will never be forgotten. It has so much symbolism to it even to this day and the anti consumerism. No shopping or gleeful. Spending of money on others or any kind of holiday. Cheer is what it's all about. If that sounds great then this could be your holiday. It is for you and it doesn't take much to get into the festivus mood now. Why is it called festivus for the rest of us. Well on the seinfeld episode. It seems that frank george castanza's father had an extremely bad experience a christmas shopping one christmas. Oh so long ago when he was trying to purchase a doll for george and he never forgot it a matter of fact he became so angry at all the hustle and bustle and all the fighting for presence and all the activities that go along with christmas that he created a new holiday called. Festivus if you watch the seinfeld episode you will find that festivus for the rest of us is a saying that was made up because everybody celebrates christmas or hanukkah other really festive holiday. And if you are not into holidays this holiday is a festivus for the rest of us for everybody else. These five steps. We'll show you how to have a great festivus anytime of the year anytime you want to. You can have a festivus for the rest of us now. Number one is to get a festivus pole. that's right. I said poll there will be no nice reminders of a giddy holiday here no lights no needles to annoyingly step on no decorations to spread around and other words there is no chance of having any cheerfulness at all. None decorations are distracting anyway. So leave the poll as plain as it can be an other words. Don't mess with perfection. please number to prepare festivus dinner. How wonderful it is to have all the loved ones around or you're supposed loved ones family and friends the meal. The dinner should make you mad and unexcited a matter of fact you may not even want to eat the meal. You see meatloaf is the meal if you wanna stay true to the seinfeld episode but for me. It should rest on top of a bed of lettuce to celebrate festivus in the appropriate fashion as they did on seinfeld. But it can be any mundane meal such as chicken pot pie or a tuna casserole. So what's number three will number three in the festivities. Are airing your grievances. And we have plenty of those this year. You know we do at the beginning of the festivus dinner. You will now have the golden opportunity to have all your guests. Listen to the many times. They've disappointed you within the past year and boy what a year it's been. It's a really healthy ritual. This is a very satisfying experience or should be griping and complaining is therapeutic and keep telling them that get it all out while they're still at the holiday festivus well after that you join in the feats of strength will festivus actually was a real life memory for dan o'keefe but without this step you see he never had the feats of strength. This was added to the episode. But you can choose to do it or not whatever you want. If you choose to take on this added step as the host. You'll want to test your strength and russell one of your guests after all your guest has been through a lot by this point and might feel like getting a little frustration out and i believe that's true. This seinfeld festive event. That you will hold. And that they held in seinfeld is not considered over until the host is pinned to the floor A guest can only decline a challenge. If he or she has something more important to do working going on a date doing laundry washing their hair or anything else. If your guest you can make up anything to get out of it taking out the garbage taking a nap etc etc what is number five on our festivus for the rest of us calling all slightly non-routine events festivus miracles is. What is the next step and our festivus event. All these things here that i have are excellent examples that perhaps you can use. In your festivus events be sure to exclaim loudly and proudly when you realize it is a festivus miracle pretty much everything can be a festivus miracle if you wanted to be how. 'bout that you carried all your groceries into the house in one trip. Yep festivus miracle. You bought a soda at your favorite fast food joint and got the right change back. Yep festivus miracle you walked frank or your dog whatever. His name is n. he pooped within ten minutes. And it didn't smell festivus miracle you afforded running into your friend that you haven't really wanted to talk to in a very long time but not to worry. It's a festivus miracle because you know there's plenty of time to mend. This obviously messed up friendship. You see anything can be a festivus miracle. Listen if you have grievances and if you want to get them out this is the perfect way. Get together with friends whenever you want and have yourself a festivus for the rest of us. That's what i want for you this season. Hey listen if you've enjoyed this episode on festivus for the rest of us. That's great and i love it. Email me talk. Tales and trivia at gmail.com is me and you can go to talk tales and trivia dot com all my episodes my social media links her there and guess what you know it. There's a little bio on me. If you're wondering what. I'm all about. And listen i just bet that you will also enjoy my second. Podcast growing uncomfortable. I know you will go to growing uncomfortable. Dot com to get to all those episodes. Get to my social media links. And guess what you can also get to that bio on me. If you're wondering what i'm talking about. That's so cool. Now listen. I have one thing to tell you i keep telling you it's a secret but it's not you can subscribe for free. Talk tells and trivia and growing uncomfortable push at subscribe button. That's such a cool thing to do. And it gives you the notifications of when new episodes come out. How much better could that be. Listen have a great festivus have a great holiday season and i will talk to you on the next episode. Okay bye bye.

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Hacks To Saving Time In Business Part 2

SoulKation Podcast

17:42 min | 2 weeks ago

Hacks To Saving Time In Business Part 2

"And i it's not mom. I lost a piece of myself. What i share step in detail because my mom was the person who always made time for me she listened she cared. She was like my biggest cheerleader. So what. I lost her. I lost my ability to share everything. And not everything so much where you know all my business but in detail where a mom cares in wolster listed in like loves you enough to just let you say the same thing over and over and over again right so do my therapist. Sometimes i feel like that's a piece of me that i got back by going there. You know sharing with her. You know what. I had to do in detail and she lists you not inveighing. And what will really what they're really does is. It takes the weight off the people in your life so when you tell them still you don't have the share gang because you already got out of you so giving though some reason does hack points is just enough rene on the station park the home of all things so here a place where we heal we grow and we laugh all while you're building your six figure business or ceo career. Welcome back to another episode of the soul -cation high-caste we are here for part two on taxes. Saving time in your business. Make sure you go back and listen to part one. It was everything. I also wanna let you on. What's going on and association community so we have a live class every single month. They are free. They are on the so -cation tribe facebook group. We go live right in the group. So make sure you're part of the so can trap. Facebook group i have to do is click the link in the show notes and then you're automatically in the group. We're going to talk about this month. On twenty nine thursday april twenty nine losing weight and keeping it off gay. I know about you. But i lost weight before but china came right cocaine. So we're gonna talk about. How do you lose weight and how you keep the weight off. We're gonna talk about how sugar and flour are just like okay. 'cause they are actually made the same way maintain your figure lift heavy lifting light cardio strength training training repay prepregnancy in post pregnancy help and unhealthy foods to. Just stay away from okay. We're gonna talk about all those things that you wanna make sure you're there for the sole -cation light class and we'll actually see you live in the room so couple hacks number one out of the gate believed that you're never gonna feel like it. Just go ahead and accepted truth of being In i don't feel like they're going to be it's easier to just watch t. If easier to just not squats it's easier to say and be. I hear his ball in my. It's just right. If you have these goals dreams and things you wanna. Do you have to sit. Talk board so go ahead and prepare yourself for the not getting like it and then put things in place that go ahead encourage like i talked about the last episode the hacks What you listen to inspiring habits is my goal to on youtube to gas me up or sometimes put on a little pop lock and drop ix music so i can just gas myself up so i can do it. You know. you're not going to always feel like it so the mantra gonna roll with for this year. Will one of the thousands macedo alive is this year is about commitment over. Phelan's dishes is about commitment. Almost phelan's what are we letting off the leaders will keep us in the same place. We were last year now. We're not going to feel like doing it. Ever guy the mcgregor right now guy. The pillow is flushed. Ready to go ready but commitment or fields. Go though relatedness execution over procrastination by this. This what we're going to do as a try commitment over phillies. We have to literally set aside our feelings and say hey. What do we say we wanted to see. When do we say we want to accomplish and we go after that thing for throttle. This year is the commitment over feeling. That's how you say. Tommy of your business. Get your goal for the month and we don't we don't cast it aside like time now. You don't often you have at the time he have right now. That's the number two distraction prevention. I talked about another one last episode. The do not disturb ministry but minor things at your look up nothing. Nothing's done talking scrolling just walking around the house like well let me put my essential oils on okay with me go. I need to do my eyelashes ramal town. Well let me put my shirt off. Oh well let me review. What i gotta do reviewing will have you doing nothing clamming. Since i was happy doing that because you plan in the navy nothing you look up in his five-year now execution execution. So if you have to move your social media apps to the last page of your phone do de if you like to go coffee shops but you know what's going to be nosy. Make sure you have had on your bed. And then what i do is i have an a dish. I had two three sets of headphones in my bed. And then i have an additional headset in my my car. Just in case those three don't work. Okay the back of the backup for the backup for those of you who are always co. I'm always coach. I don't know why. Dion cole said you know i'm. I'm deficient awale. Delirious outta gas on netflix hilarious but i packed blankets apple it on stockings on my workout pants. 'cause comedy plays to be cold for navy running out with a cold because they want you to get coffee like i see you you trite but it's okay 'cause i gotta blankets guy like whatever you need to bring so. There's no excuse to like. Well i need to go. You know if you know you're going to be hungry. Just look at what they had. Maybe get something small or bring something. If you're trying to save money i'd bring it food argue. Some you know cheat justice aboard al but good job will bring types of coffee shops. Let me tell you how really run out. If you can't find a quiet place like you just can't find a quiet place the real plugs hotels going to a hotel acting like you stay in your 'cause they'd be having some really nice roles lie and buy veges working double tree. Mary hilton. i live there. And nobody's have birth. Walked over to me and was like ma'am where do you doing. Not once nobody's ever done it be and i've been audi hotels in a lobby typing away. Okay so try. Plan dot com. Okay i got my dog is okay on those really really quiet. There are a couple of people coming in ece questions but headphones are move. You know find a quiet place that you know that you could really execute on something and then make sure your constables. Tassell as number two number three who you wanna say. Timely your business. We have to be aware of what we're thinking. Our thoughts will be the thing that makes us a millionaire or keep us in. Our thoughts will will make us millionaires or keep us in day. Johnny concert in depression. Start to form when you bow down to the same negative thinking. Come on now come out come out. He says i'm gonna anxiety and depression will start to form when you bow down to the same negative out. Okay tell me. That's not a word we that's literally what happens. Sometimes i'll be like dot seat on. Not that i By la la negative thinking we got you have to shut it down at the root at the star because if not it'll start getting life in it will we continue to think about something. We're breathing life into that right. And how we think will create what we produce. The truth is we should think on things that are lovely that appear that have good report that are true. abe is not true is keeping you stagnant. It is not true. it's feeding. You lies right so if it's not true i can't focus on this. The ally is that you're not going to be successful. The truth is you have all that you believe. That's the true. So i'm going to focus only on these doubts on the nfl star to calm go hit shut down and shut them down. Is bob replacing them with something. That is true something that is pure something that is lovely something that is of report. It was not able go report. It doesn't need to seat a mathis right we don't give it leagues number four chaffee you a good bizarre coach guy. I'm just gonna keep talking about therapy Because his good chats true if it's amazing guy this is tough and businesses also very lonely. There are no cheerleaders. there are no people greece. an email yet gir- you. You posted a episode. Ooh ain't nobody out here clapping for you every two minute but if if you have a therapist that you can share your wins with your struggles with this amazing 'cause if not is going to be easier journal and as if you journal so religious and jesus and if you talked to him about it you're left with all those things all those feelings in your within yourself right if you really want those out. Put them on paper type. How you talk about journalist on my computer and you have people that use your computer. You can lock your documents on microsoft word if you don't want to ride it out in a journal in your journal write s therapies literally has no choice but to listen to you because you pay a now so you can say designed stored over and over. I remember when i started therapy in our share. Our kind of treat her like i treat everybody else. I will give people summaries because a lot of times especially people that are doing to think of your circles full of people that are goal motivated. Everybody gets it. They don't have time sitting around listening to your science store. Five six hundred. Which therapy since you're paying her she she has to listen and when i was not mom i lost a piece of myself what i share step in detail because my mom was the person who always made time for me she listened she cared she was like my biggest cheerleader so what i lost her i lost my ability to share everything and not everything so much where you know all my business but in detail where a mom cares in wolster listed on mike loves you enough to just let you say the same thing over and over nobre game right so why do my earpiece you know. Sometimes i feel like that's a piece of me that i got back by going there. You know sharing with her. You know what. I had to do in detail and she lists you not saying and what will really be really does is. It takes the weight off the people in your life so when you tell them still you don't have to share gang because you are to get it out of you so giving those summaries does hack points is just enough you know you're able to move on to talk about something else and you know you've already dumped some of the negative or the emotional stuff that could have been very heavy in your therapies and then we go hang out with your man finance you just cuddle and zab the time you keep bush guy next as a coach. Coaches are blessing. If you find the right coach you know. But i will say. Sit back and ask yourself. What is it that i need the most. 'cause they're coaches for everything. But what do you need. Help with the nook most is confidence is self esteem is self worth because you can have the app even have all the business strategies but if you don't like love yourself then there's no foundation there's no roots you'll never pitch there. You're never pitch to app. You'll never post your website rate that that has to be there and i'm your coach. That's what you're looking for. If you're looking for somebody with business strategies. How do i get you know this amount of money. This quarter you know hash. Should i organize destruction basis. What paperwork do i need. Do you need an assistant. You know just somebody to help you out because a lot of times people go to coaches. Look like okay. They're gonna help me execute stuff they just go. You templates and strategies for you do it. you might need to sit an assistant to help you implemented. Do you need a manager somebody to help market you. Do you need marketing help. Maybe you just grab it is not an s okay because there is somebody that is you know. Do you wanna learn how to become a speaker you know. Finding a coach to actually coach specifically on helping people speak and generate income from speaking. Do you want to publish a book. We have a program. It's okay university called producer. It's how you market your book. How do you write your book. How come with a title for your book how to make money from your book where to market your book all of those great things but sitting down asking yourself. What do i need specifically from coach accent. People acting people for reviews from the coaches to are looking at their social media. And saying okay. She's been able to help them with this. Or whatever like that and your experience wholeheartedly will be based on the homework to a front your experience. Your coach will be based on the homework. You do up frat it's it's super super super last outside this. Remember that your coach won't do the work for you and the therapist can heal you okay. This is super important. They are resources. God is the source. You're coastal do the work for you. They'll give you strategies how to implement it things that work for them things to do now work for them. A therapist can heal you. She'll give you strategies on you know how to handle this on generally on meditation visualization. She can help you come with a healthy practices and healthy way of thinking but she can heal you. You know healing is it comes from god and healing comes from choice that you make in your life but your results. We'll be based on how open and honest you are and how fast you implement which therapies still do as well as your coach you know so the responsibility i talked about in our leadership how you have to own it as a leader and that's what the tribe is. The tribe is full of leaders. Right we have to own it as leaders also a small small recap if you wanted to save time your business entrust believe you ain't going to feel like elga guy. You don't want to take a nap on tv. And there's time for that but we can't do that six days a week and say we're going to be successful and of course we get to define what success is but if your definition of success looks like you know you provide a generational will. There's no way you can watch. Tv six days a week in not touch anything of your business or your brand or even your career distraction preventions. You know looking at things that are minor that are not. That important is taken up. You know tom come up with a strategy on how you can make your life easier if you decide to leave your home and go do. Some work is depicted. Snacks is packing a blanket. Is packing tea coffee to save money. What is that look like for you. Our thoughts will make us millionaires or keep us in debt. Okay are thought should be true are thought should be lovely. I thought should be pure be In they're not on of they're not there with those things. We can have weapons radi to go like no. I can do out things. No i'm fearfully and wonderfully may no. I don't have to on these things. No i will let the peace of christ will the my heart by just having those replacements ready as soon as a negative thought comes up. I am worthy. I am enough. I am love and chose i am just idea. I am fearfully and wonderfully made there. Isn't it the wrong with me and everything that there is an issue guys working on by what we what. We don't in healed by goodbye. Goodbye fouts finding a good therapy for still coach but also remembering. They can't heal you and they can't do the work for you. They can help you strategies and had implemented so. Yeah thanks for tuning into this episode of the so can podcast. You all are amazing as always. Thank you for tuning in this episode with your best friend. Leave a review also rate the show. Five stars and archaic nick episode of this. Okay should practice my hope. 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Ep 291 - Cabelo e o homem, Beleza exterior e interior, Tomates e prosa, Homem e guarda-chuva

Túnel de vento

23:41 min | 6 months ago

Ep 291 - Cabelo e o homem, Beleza exterior e interior, Tomates e prosa, Homem e guarda-chuva

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Hindsight 2020 (Pastors Steven & Holly Furtick)

Elevation Church Podcast

44:31 min | 3 months ago

Hindsight 2020 (Pastors Steven & Holly Furtick)

"This is stephen fertig. I'm the pastor of elevation church. And this is our podcast. I wanted to thank you for joining us today. This inspires you open builds. Your fate be gives you perspective to see god is moving in your life. Enjoy the message. Happy new year. It's amazing because many of us never thought that we would finally see this day. It is twenty two. Anyone and twenty twenty is officially and finally behind us. The past twelve months have brought a lot of challenges along with them. And i know most of us have probably wished we could just erase this year from our memory at some point or another. But do you really want that mean. I've always heard be careful what you wish for. And i believe that it's important to look back before we move into what this new year holds every january. I like to take time to journal and reflect on the previous year. You know a lot of people like to make goals and think about what's coming but it's really important to reflect on the highs and the lows that you experienced in the year before and to think about all the ways that i've grown we need to pause and reflect on the words. God has spoken to us as we walked through the fear in the frustration and the fighting that twenty twenty brought and we need to recognize as our pastor has continually pointed out to us that this twenty twenty was actually the year of the lord's favor when we look back in so evident that his presence has been with us every single. Step of the way. I can't get that song. The blessing out of my head. You know that little song that our church also released into the world this year that literally went around the world. I keep thinking about the part where it says may his presence go before you and behind you and besides you all around you and within you he is with you and he is for you so looking back on twenty twenty we can see that not only was god with us but he was doing a work within us within you within me a work that wasn't derailed by your situation or your disappointment or your fear your frustration but one that actually served to accelerate your growth because what god wanted most from us was transformation on the inside in our mindsets in our hearts in our faith in our families. Today i'm standing in our ballantyne auditorium in almost the exact spot that i have been for every sermon that my husband has preached this year and i felt that there was no better place to revisit and reflect on some of the most timely sermons of the year for our church today. I have with me my journals. That highlight the work that god was doing in our church and in our families and in our hearts now first of all can we just all get on the same page and agree. That pastor stephen sermons from twenty twenty were on a whole 'nother level and that is saying lock because this man a sermon week after week. That is a word from god. And he's been doing it for years. But i feel like every week in twenty twenty our pastor prophetically brought the exact word that i needed to hear even when i didn't know that that was what i needed to hear. Do agree with that when we talk about. Lookie for god's favor on our lives. I gotta say. I can't believe that. I got a front row seat to see each of these sermons being preached and going out into the world. Even if most of the time it was just to me and practically an empty room each week. I got to sit in this seat and watch pastors even deliver. Not only the words that we needed to hear to get us through the week but the promises of god that reminded us of who we are despite the challenges and the disappointments that we face this year. And i believe that these short experts from four of his sermons will serve to remind you of some of what god spoke to you and what god did in your life. So can we go into twenty twenty one with a little dose of hindsight. That's what we're calling this message today. Hindsight twenty twenty. Go ahead and put that in the chat. Wherever you're worshiping with us from we are going to look back and see the favor of god. Was there all along. God's presence goes before us he goes before us to prepare the way when we go through trials and you can see the hand of god doing just that when we look back at the sermon. My husband preached called make room for the new on march eight. Now talk about being prophetic. We had no idea that would be the last weekend that we would all be gathered together in church and just a week later a state of emergency which shut down most of the country. It's pretty remarkable. First of all to just remember what it was like when this room was packed full of people but also to think about how none of us knew how much we would actually need this message. Not only then but even more so when everything in our world scene to change overnight in my notes i wrote down time under tension is the for growth and i had no idea how much tension would arise in the coming months and this message was preparing us for what west account so we talk about making room for the new. You want to go have a yard sale or something like that or put everything on. It's not about closet space. It's not about. It's not about clearing out your closet is about the transformation of your mind. You have room for the in your mind. Because they didn't. Peter didn't when god showed peter what he was about to do. Like this is the way it always is. When god shows us something we compare it to our previous point of reference and then we start consulting our resources and and god wants to bring us new relationships for watch this. If you're not ready for new people in your life you will bring the same patterns to the new relationships that you brought to the old relationships and we literally keep people out of our lives that god wants to send because we are holding on to the hurts from the one who have already left. I feel the spirit of god breaking barriers as a price right now. Because you're like. Was this message you have to do to me. I'm not getting on an airplane and going to preach to somebody in caesarea like peter do you don't have to all you have to do is dare to believe that god is making room for the new in your life right now and even sometimes when it was painful for me and i thought i was losing things in my life. I wasn't losing it. God was moving. Who is this for just need to know. Probably about twenty people. You didn't lose it. god moved. He said you will still be eating last year's harvest when you have to move it out. Somebody's shout move it out. Got anything that is in the way of big who. I need to be in this season. Get it out of my heart get it out of my mind hit it out of my habits. You can have it. Got out a wanted. Our what what you've got so you can't receive new miracles with old mindsets make room for the new. It looks like this emptying yourself. Humbling yourself and asking. God what do you want to do in my job or you can run from and resist it and you can keep remembering when the kids were so cute. They are forty three now. They stopped being cute quite a while ago and the church was trying to figure out. How do we protect what we loved while we embrace. What is new. And i don't know. I think there are at least three lessons in this text. You got a minute. Make room for the new number one. God says this don't limit yourself by labels. The first thing. God told peter he said you've got your nice little neat categories. Because when she came down. Peter saw all kinds of animals. And you'll need to know in this culture. They respected visions. This was not like peter's hallucination or you know how some people now are so weird and they're like well. The lord showed me a vision of us walking on the beach. It's like bro. You need to ask her out and stop trying. To embedded in this weird spirituality. So peter actually saw something but remember. There's sometimes a tension between what you thought. God showed you. It's attention and that tension is a real gift. Because that's where growth happens. Which i thought i thought i was going to be married to her. The rest of my life. But i'm not married now and that's painful but what you do with it becomes joppa which determines the you run from. God's purpose for your future or do you run toward it. That's joppa and the and the word god gave me was don't limit it with the label. Because the first thing he told peter he said peterson. Verse six x eleven. I looked into it and saw four footed animals of the wild beasts reptiles and birds and then after he saw the pigs in a blanket. He said i try to keep all away. Then i heard a voice telling me get up either killing me. Now when i read that i said god was trying to get peter to go hunting. No about it wasn't about the animals. He was about the sin. Cornelius who peter saw as an unclean. Gentile so he was using this. It wasn't about bacon was about barriers mental barriers. So when he said get up. Peter kill knee. It wasn't that. God wanted peter to kill a pig. It that he was trying to kill peter's categories. In this season of your life. God is trying to kill your categories. He's going to use people. You did not even like to grow you up in mature you. There was one person the other day that shared a bible verse one of my kids and they left our church years ago. They didn't even like me when they left. But when they gave a bible verse to my kids. I said god i don't care who hands him the scriptures. I'll take a cold cup of water in the pit of hell from anybody. I don't care who hands it to us who you wanna use. God do what you want to kill my categories as a matter of fact when we say all things work together for the good what we mean when we quote romans eight twenty eight out of context because romans eight twenty eight is connected and conjoined incidentally to romans eight twenty nine which says according to his purpose so what it means by good. Is this going to fulfill his purpose. Not my preference. Yuck shout right now. What it means is. I can't categorize. That's god's job. It is god's shop to know what's best for me. It is god's job to know what needs to happen. It is god's job to know what experiences says. I need to get so said. Stop limiting it. By labels labels labels can apply to a group of people he said. Look what the lord said. When he said arise. Peter kilani peterson surely not lord. Nothing impure or unclean has ever entered my mouth. now watch what. God said in verse. Nine those are your categories not mine. The voice spoke from heaven. Second time saying do not call anything. Impure that god has made clean. Stop limiting god with your labels prophetic right. I mean who knew that we needed to hear make room for the new and making room for the new sounds exciting until it actually comes time to let go and make space and many of us didn't get to choose what we were going to let go off this year took so much from us and what i think everyone under the sound of my voice today can understand is how tiring that process is and was didn't know how long we would be stuck in our homes are stuck without a job or or trying to work at home and teach our children and as we were starting to feel exhausted with our situation. Passer stephen came in and preached a message that resonated so powerfully with what everyone was feeling but also a message that brought so much. Hope reminding us that the savior. We worship has been in that same spot. He told us that trials may make you weary. But that doesn't mean that. God's not in it or that you are weak. How do we know. Because jesus got tired too. I wrote this in my notes. We serve a god who is powerful enough to give us strength but was also human enough to feel tired. I think you're gonna be really encouraged as we revisit. This portion of tired on the inside. What do i tell the person who is too tired to go on. What do i tell the one who says i'm too tired. Sela i got tired to these down in some area. That's where to talk to woman. That's asking them for water. That's why but why ekos us tire. Because he was fully fully man as much as we love to shout about is the vanity minute ago when i was setting you up about the great i am just to bring you back down so you know that the same god who created you who were strong enough. Who was powerful enough. Everybody thinks jesus was week. Raise your hair. Maybe maybe being weary doesn't mean you're week jesus tire. Why was he tired. I didn't say who was tired out. We already know it was peter. Come on peter peter's fighting you at every turn cussing and stuff in front of the press. An oblique peter out you know i know. He was tired of the pharisees. He couldn't wash his hands or not wash his hands. They've followed them to every bad from every dinner he i know he was tired of them but it says he was tired from the journey thinking about jesus journey they walked everywhere nobre nobu. Jesus christ savior three day walk from where they were baptizing through samaria straight through was shortcut the way the direct route sometimes the divine role. Instead of hiding the fact that you're tired of just say entire somebody. Somebody was yawning during my sermon. One time and i just got mad about it. I said how are you tired. You're not doing anything. But i found out later. They were makeshift against the church is kind of hard to understand someone if you only see one part of their journey some people that we think are week maybe our weary thought about that that just because you're weary it doesn't make how do you know that jesus i am the light of the world. I am the bread of life. I am the resurrection. I am the door. I am the shepherd. I am the true. I am the way at some point six hours after they left that morning at noon. He said something. We wouldn't expect to hear the savior. Say i am tired. This is the incarnation. I worship a god who is powerful enough to give me strength and who is human enough to get tired and for some reason this week. I felt that some of us needed to me tired. Jesus thought maybe you could relate to him because his journey didn't really start with just leave that morning. I mean that's enough six hours that day six hours in one day. I mean i've got a six hour drive coming up with my kids. And i'm downloading every episode of the office on all of their phones. Just hoping we make six hours still be saved still be married still be healed delivered blessed and one family and that's a drive six hours because you leave sixers noon as high as the day. Of course he's tired. And yet i wondered was an only physical or did he go through scenarios because he was tired of the way they were treating each other. Why was he tired. Why did he come to abolish the barriers full of grace and truth and we beheld. His glory is journey. Didn't start in bethlehem and the beginning was the word and the word was with god in the word and the word became flesh. That's a long trip from the sapphire seal of heaven to the dusty streets of scenario. Of course he was tired. Good even youth will grow weary and stumble those who wait on the lord. I'm waiting on god right now. I'm waiting somebody say i'm waiting. I'm waiting. I'm waiting and i'm weary and i'm not gonna lie to you. I'm weary i mean this. This is getting old some. The all wanted to cuss right now. Don't do it in the chat. They'll block you but even in your mind. You're like i'm sick of this. I am sick of this. I mean that's that's not. I m statement. We read in the bible. But that's what you're saying right now in your heart. I am what. I am sick of this i am. I am sick and tired. I am tired of fighting battles of the thing about me. Some people say when they get tired they start laughing. Not me when i get tired. Get me how many of you when you get tired. That's that's why when you had to pull me out of the elevator in australia. And i was about the fight that guy after i preached i mean i had just finished giving the invitation to. If you're here today the lord says come and that do said something sideways to me and my uncle taught me to hit him with your elbow if you can get close enough to elbow and chunks. He said you've been. I was jet lagged. I have preached twenty three times in four days. They were preaching me to death that he'll hung church. Preach preach preach and preach and tie and chunks for me. I said come on. You're too tired now because when you get too tired you start biting battles. That don't matter to distract you from the ones that do that's just me. I start biting everybody. I start fighting people. That are trying to help me. When i'm tired so jesus said y'all go get lunch. I'm sitting here because the ones have been fighting against once i came to save. He had to go through. Samaria had to sit down. There was a woman coming who needed him. She didn't even know she had no idea who he was sat down because he was tired. I mean you don't have to do anything right now. just sit down and receive this word. The son of god got tired. The son of god god tired. I know you're superman and you're you're mad at yourself because you can always get a perfect. Perfection got tired. Faith doesn't prevent fatigue gives me a place to sin one of the things that i've realized when i'm tired and my emotions are getting. The best of me is that. I'll tend to start thinking that i am stuck and things are always going to be this way that everything that i had planned or the schedule that i had for my life. Well now everything is. Just permanently derailed. While everyone's scheduled did get thrown out the window and twenty twenty. That does it mean that. God ever got off of his schedule in this next message that i want to share with you unscheduled blessings. My husband reminded us that. You can't schedule the presence of god. God wants to reset your schedule. Will you let if god wants to move. He's like hey. I know all your other friends are over here doing this. That and the other back some different for you got. Can we reschedule all this stuff that you were gonna do this year. Can we reschedule. I almost here. The lord san let me make it up to you. How almost here the lord san i'm gonna do exceeding abundantly above. What you had on your schedule. I almost here. The lord san. Let me get you ready for what i have. Scheduled see to really truscott. We'd sing about that and quote about that but to trust in the lord with all your heart means that you have to move with him yet to move with him and life is come along this year and interrupted your rhythm and no. It is sucks. I'm not saying you have to like it. What are you going to do with it. He didn't promise you a schedule. Promised you spirit see. That's better that's better. that's better because fear. It will give me the ability to step out if i need to step out or to stay put if i need to stay so this is for you. If you feel behind schedule. I should have more money in the bank by now. I should know more of the bible by now. It does not matter what your schedule was. It matters what god spoke about you before you were born. Do you get. Now you can be seventy five and eleven years into waiting. Abraham tried to have a baby with hagar because he got tired of waiting for the schedule. I'm glad that the disciples waited for the spirit and whatever you're waiting for today. I just needed to make it clear as clear. I can't. I can't make it as clear as i saw. I never be able to do that. But i just saw god sayer. Stop trying to schedule me like build your schedule but realize some of the best things that i'm going to do in your life are not going to be on your schedule. Can anybody testify that one of the greatest blessings god gave you. The greatest blessings are unscheduled. And if you are so stuck on what you thought this stage of life for what you thought this day be like. I'm telling you you are going to miss the gift. Wait for the gift waiting for the gift. If that's your word you can put it in the chat or you can just put it on a. I'm waiting for the gift. I'm waiting for the gift. And i'm looking for the gift and i'm looking for the call and i can't schedule god's presence that can't schedule god's presence and say you should have done this and you should have done that there and you need to give me details then. I'm sorry you're not gonna get all the details. God we'll tell you what to build but he will not tell you when to move. He wants you to depend on him. This is the most anointed word. I preached all year because god is resetting our schedules and what we are calling. Interruptions are really invitations. Praise them forty praise them for jesus said to gyrus. Don't be afraid. Just believe when he got to the house. The little girl was dead to the other people. She was sleeping to jesus because he has his own schedule happen. Has a schedule. Happen has a purpose. haven't has a blueprint. has it has process. Have you submitted your schedule to the lord. Just to say lord. I wanna reschedule. Thought you're going to do this. But let us less reschedule or thought you were going to heal lazarus but hey if you want to raise him from the dead. Let's go to the tomb. Let's reschedule roll the stone. Yeah been disappointed. i've been the press. I've been stressed out but less reschedule. I've been confused. But i've been trying to control the timing. You've been calling me the trust. You've so i received lift your hands. I received power. I received our. I received power when the holy spirit comes on. And i'm gonna be a witness wherever i go. Father i thank you in this moment for the unscheduled ball unscheduled. God help me say happens when you make up a word you mess up your the unscheduled lable blessings that are coming to your people all over the world. The unscheduled blessings the testimonies. That are coming because you are an unscheduled guy. You give one hundred year old man a baby. You can bless us behind schedule at the same time you can be interrupted by a woman with the issue of blood you can. You can bless us ahead of schedule you can do. You can do anything. Because you're god can prepare a table in the presence of our enemies. You don't even have to get rid of the problem to bless us. Your unscheduled -able. It's not for us to know the time we can't control anything. We can't even control our kids little league schedule. We certainly can't control how things unfold in our lives so we re just going wait not because we're lazy just because we know you love us some of the best stuff that god will do in your life will not be on your schedule. I wrote that exact lying down. Some of the best things god will do in your life will not be on your schedule. You cannot schedule gods presence. It's so comforting. When we realized that god is committed to bringing about his purpose in our lives on his schedule. When we think we're falling behind. God is often ready to do his greatest work. I so needed to be reminded of this because not only does he not move according to our timetable. But ultimately i think the main lesson that we have learned is in order to make room for the new in our lives. We have to expect they. God is going to actually do something new in your life. And when he does. We have to remember that. That doesn't always look the way. Its always looked. It never looks the way that you expected or comes when you thought it would come but it might need that. There is a deposit or a gift in you that you never knew you had pastor. Stephen spent a lot of time in the fall. Exploring the theme of asking better questions. And how this ear hopefully finally got us to the place of no longer telling god our plans but perhaps asking him what his purposes are for us. And what did he put inside of us to do. What deposit has he made us to use for his kingdom. And it's my prayer that this kind of faith will be how we start this year. Twenty twenty one asking the right questions based on faith not fear based on who lives inside of us not what we think we have. Or don't have here's something that i wrote down from the sermon. Did i ask. Keep coming back when they to him. They received when you ask you. Activate how does pastor. Stephen manage to encourage me and chastise me in the same sermon. I love this clip and it also happens to feature another one of my favorite people making a special appearance. Check this out if you knew what was it. You wouldn't kill yourself if you knew what was in you. You wouldn't let pornography strangle the creative life out of you. If you knew what was in you you wouldn't hide your self behind false personas if you knew venue everywhere. The enemy has planted condemnation in your life. I want you to replace it with a question. That's the devils language condemnation. That's the devil. That's not how god talks. God asks questions. The wisdom that comes from above whispers within like you said to elijah in the k. God ask questions. Some close knows you like if you knew you would ask a minute. I thought if you don't know you know if you knew who was in you you start listening to everything around you so much. Who told you that you are naked. Who told you that you not talk to you. It wasn't enough if you knew who you were talking to when you talk to yourself if you know thank you. Lord thank you for the ministry of the holy spirit. I don't think i've ever felt you. More than i feel you right now and i thank you because i need i need we need somebody needs you on the other and through their tears they see now that the answer is not standing outside of the living water is within. The bread is right here. Jesus is most. She says moses. God's not going to do it like he used to do it but if you ask you'll show you what he's doing right now in this moment speaking most remember when god came to him and said i wanna use you. He had to set a whole nation for. We don't have that responsibility because speaking to us to he's calling us to moses asked the question who shall i say sent me go said i am. You are what s the question. You get to spend the rest of your life finding out the answer. Thank you lord. I am. You're gonna find out all that. He is through the things you go through. But moses moses said something to the lord in exodus for ten. And i show you this before i closed because the lord gave it to me like an image like an image. He said if you knew what was in you. If you knew what was in you you would ask. You would ask menu so you can ask them in you. You gotta get it india. You gotta get it in you. Moses said after a whole series of excuses you know. God asked him a question he said. What's that in your hand set in your hand. Moses simply had a staff but that wasn't all it was it was an instrument to part waters to turn rivers to blood it was. It was an instrument an instrument. What's in your hand. It's coming from the five. It's coming from the fives coming from the five has come. What's in your hand. did you ask. did you ask or do you just assume it's not enough. Did you ask the get in trouble when we answer when we answer instead of asking. God said i chose you moses in exodus fourteen this is the picture of the lord gave me and the lord must really want somebody to get this message. Because it's so heavy. I can barely move but but most part in your servant lord. I have never been eloquent. Not enough neither in the past north since you've spoken to your service i'm slow speech tongue. Everybody has something like that. They could say why you can't make it and why there's not enough and why eight months wages wouldn't be enough. Everybody has an inner philip. And the inner philip will jump to conclusions based on the evidence that you can see with your eyes but watch what the lord said in verse. Eleven the lord said did i ask who gave human beings their mouth. Did i ask who makes them defer mute. Did i ask you keep telling me what you're not. I didn't ask you that. Keep telling me what you can ask you that. So they'll say i'm just single-dose. Am just young too high. Is it not come a commitment. Can you make me two hundred sixty dollars and two hundred sixty dollars. Two hundred sixty dollars. Two hundred sixty dollars. How you didn't think you had but right up before. I came to preach a handed him. My wallet. didn't tell him why. Just hold this forming. Till i'm done i'm about to be done because when i get to the end of my message i'll put something in my boy ask you for the fact that i proof that you have if you have it. I knew that money. For that. Paula watson that fallen. I need sixteen. Never ask you for what. I didn't fit you. Don't get out of that credit credit score but soccer's putting your spirit fastest put it in a bag. Put it in a witness out loan this. It's so good to look back and to remember the messages that god has spoken over us this year actually remember being on the front row and seeing my husband give ilija his wallet wondering why is he giving elijah his wallet and then i totally forgot about it and i was just as surprised as you were at the end. Just i love moments like that. And as i close. I just want to remind you that everything you need to accomplish with god is calling you to do in twenty twenty one. It's already inside of you. Everything you need for everything you're called to do and nothing more. The fact that he asks is the proof that you have it. What a beautiful reminder i want to encourage you to spend a few moments reflecting on the presence of god in your life over the past year i find that when i take the time to look back i can see the hand of god in every triumphed in every disappointment in every setback in every unexpected. When i take the time to see i can trace the favor of god on my life every step of the way and i know you would agree with that in the morning in the evening in your coming in. You're going heat is with you before you behind you beside you. All around you. He was with you in twenty twenty and he goes before you in twenty twenty one. Thank you everyone for joining me as we took a look back at the amazing messages that god has spoken to our hungry. Souls remember all of these messages and more are available in their full format on the elevation church youtube and the elevation church podcasts. For you to listen to over and over again and for you to share with a friend that you think might need to hear these messages to and so. I just want to close in prayer. Thank you for joining us today. God we thank you that your presence has been with us all along. We thank you for giving our pastor the exact words that we needed to hear each week in twenty twenty they were truly bread for our souls and lord we look forward to twenty twenty one. Not because it'll be perfect or free from pain or disappointment but because a new year means new opportunities growth and god we want to grow and our knowledge of our relationship with you and we want to know you more each day. Thank you god that you are with us each and every step of the way that we don't have to be afraid because you are with us and we are never ever along. God we thank you for the ministry of elevations church and what it means to each and every one of us we love you lord in jesus name we pray amen. Thank you for joining us special. Thanks to those of you. Who give generously to this. Ministry is because of you that this ministry is possible. You can click the link in the description to give now or visit elevation church dot org slash podcast for more information. 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The Devil Wears Sweatpants? Working at Vogue with Elise Taylor

Ageless

52:35 min | 2 months ago

The Devil Wears Sweatpants? Working at Vogue with Elise Taylor

"Whether we're talking about business wellness travel or relationships. I've always thought age is just a number. Welcome to ageless with me cynthia rowley. My daughter kicked keen. Let's just jump right in. where did you grow up. And when and how did you get started up folk. Wow back that is that is far back so i actually grew up in connecticut right outside of new york city and how i even got interested in writing which i think is hilarious is that i have an older sister. Who's very enterprising. And she decided that she wanted to start her own newspaper. I don't know what inspired my dear sister britches start her own newspaper. There was only distributed to our family members that are five Family newspaper And so i. She asked my older brother. He wanted to be main writer of newspaper. And he's at now. So i was only option burst the of us and so she asked me to be the star reported for newspaper. So i would report on very serious topics like whether or not my family should get a dog. And how did that work out works. It works the very convincing in. We didn't actually get a beagle a few months later One or not. They should have cuts for sports teams of this was because i was upset that i made the b. team for soccer in the eighteen. You started right where. I kind of realized the power of words that they have and then when i got to high school and i got older you know. I kind of realized. Oh this is actually really. What interests me like academically while joined my high school paper and i became senior editor of that and then when i got to college the first san campus there was like a club fare in the first thing i did was sign up for my college. Use i went. I went to boston college in it was. It was very lucky for me that they actually have one of the top newspapers in the country. Which i didn't even know kind of at the time but it was really just kind of a master craftsman junior journalism. Because you reporting on things are going on in your canvas which were very real and very serious. But also in the city of boston at large. So i was basically doing low level meshal reporting As a eighteen nineteen year old covered. Some pretty pretty serious stuff. I coverlet missing persons. No hemp is. I covered crying because there was break ins. You know i was talking to police officers. I was talking to senior officials on my campus. There isn't crazy crazy. Things that happened when i was at school that i got to cover and not so. I learned basically how to be a journalist. And how'd you like even just a basic article. How did you interview how to break a story. How even get sources things like that. And that's right. I realized oh this is how you talked to someone off the record. This is how you get on background information. I had to learn. All that is really really young can So we just thinking. Had you write the questions. And then i just ask the questions that you right and that would have been much better. I don't think so. I think would probably remarkably hard to do a good interview on yourself right. Maybe that would be easier. I don't know now. I think i wanted to great things about interviewing is that you can listen and you can respond and you can notice things about people that those people may not notice until you can ask on that. Because when you're interviewing someone you know you're not supposed to portray how day think they are. You're supposed to how like how they actually are to the world. So it's i don't think. I think it would be a bad injury for my south of this part of the question. I was going to ask you a little bit later. But we could dive right into it because i think that they're i think storytelling is so important in our culture right now and way to Sort of Express that how an individual experience and how you are as an individual and You know me mine. Narrative as is usually based around visuals but being able to totally an awe of the right of writers. And and what you do and And i just want to ask if there's you don't are there any sort of Rules of thumb or is there a structure or You know just any kind of tips for really great storytelling. yeah i think when. I'm doing special assignments. I think every every store is is micro story in a macro story and this is probably something you experience in fashion to where you find something whether it's a an interview right about whether it's a beautiful dress or beautiful vase or maybe may be something a bigger like a person and so yesterday writing about that individual auditor that individual person with you're connecting the culture at large the macro story. And you're saying you know this is a story about one thing is really a story about bigger fans and this is i do all the time. And it's in you do you do it with you. Should do basically every store. You right Scillies it sounds like if i do a story on a new alcoholic a new non alcoholic. Spirit that's really now. Resonating consumers becoming really popular is a story on. Oh hey this is why this non alcoholic spirit is right. But what's the bigger reason why people are buying non alcoholic spirits right now and it is because you know sober. Curiosity is a massive trend at the moment wise. Massive friends us hake something small and then you kind of tell you readers. This is why you should care why it's important and i think that is so important because you write a story as just hey. I think this is cool. I think you should know about it. Sure but it's why your audience should care about it and why this is a story that is worth being told a. I mean that right. There is mind blowing for me. That's like that's so much it's so relevant to so many creative disciplines. Yeah let's talk about. Well let's talk about what you actually. What topics you cover at vogue. And what what. Maybe what your favorite things to write about our but you know just all the multitude of because you really cover a broad range. We when you came in wrote about my house you also write about travel and adventure and beverages and food other trends and i think it's really exciting. Yes my joke. Is that i tell that i work at vogue and evan assumes the i write fashion in that's like the one thing i don't cover is i don't write about fashion so my official title at vogue is living writer Living writer is kind of the fancy british rate for lifestyle but to cover everything lifestyle. Which is such a broad topic right. So i cover rooms. I cover food. I cover society in parties. I cover travel. I cover design and those are my main beats but then also some other things fall into my lap about just the way people live so when kovic heads I was asked to do a lot of stories on Like what office like off his life would be like. We came back. That was one of the scientists got because the idea was that it fell into lifestyle Part of how we in. So i to do a story on office life-changing also on transportation. And how how. The subway was going to change in how that was going to get safer so they made me do stories on commutes in offices in things that were kind of out of the traditional scope that you might think of lifestyle but really just reflected on we got. Which is. We want to write about the vogue women in vogue grumman cares you know of course about her beauty routine and how she justice but she also cares about her life and things that affect your light in the way she lives and all those things are what affects than in the end. So yes i mean so much has changed in one year. We're we're coming up to one year and I i wonder how many things you think are permanent changes to our culture. And i'm i'm wondering about travel like how you feel about travel right now and how you think people will change the way they think about travel and and Homes i mean there's just been so so many things that have changed in in the last year and what you know what. What do you think the major ships have been. And what are you excited about. Say post pandemic a start with travel. Because i was the first new got up is we're already seeing some immediate changes which is very interesting. This i think will be quickly reversed. Which is that borders closures. Right so are all going to domestic ethnic is one of the most interesting in seeing is the length of stay of an average lexi. Travel used to be kind of three to five days now. Hotels are seeing average of nine days. That's crazy 'cause that's an average and whose hells stories of people staying for three weeks a month two months three months at a time. So it's kind of this return of goodbye like the weekend warrior like quick whirlwind trip into saying hello to. I'm staying in one place. And i'm staying there for awhile. In part of the reason that's happening is now. I think this is going to be a permit. Change is that people can work from anywhere right. Yup that's the difference. I'm here talking to you in los angeles and i decide to live here for the winter in a little bit into the spring because my office is closed and i can do that now and i think that's going to be a huge stang trend. Is that a lot of companies are realizing. Hey we don't need to have our employees into the office every single day. Were managing fine. I'm working remotely in a lot of people realizing hey. I don't actually need to leave in the center of metropolis for twelve months of the year where i only get to travel on the weekends I can't work from los angeles. I can work from austin. I can work from miami. I on these different places four month at a time. If i want you and i want to immerse myself so i'm seeing a lot of that especially with my generation is people are picking up in their going on these workstations for a month. Two ripe friend who's gonna give awesome shop for three months. I have friends that are working from right now from salt. Lake city People working from vermont and they could live in these cities now the cities earlier open But they're decided to say. Hi i'm i'm gonna do both at the same time so backyard and i think staying i love it. I love it. I mean i was. You know people would say if. I went somewhere on vacation for more than days that i must be bringing furniture like they just couldn't believe you know i would ever stay more than five days in you know. We went to egypt for thanksgiving. You know wednesday to sunday. Like god's how. I know people you'll be you know know you never luggage will know because i'd only stay like four days wherever i am. You know so. But i do think this. Whole idea of sort of decentralizing These urban this urban lifestyle. That an and i i see it in fashion. You know you don't want to be on seven that i it was. You don't need to be on seventh avenue then it was like you don't even actually need to be in new york and the whole idea that you know this wherever you are is is the you're there because that's feeding your creative soul you know. That's feeding no after we trust and creative industries so important because it means that there's going to be more diversity of stories right. Which is that. I was newark base And i was predominately writing about new york things. Because i lived there and i could experience there. There could be some really amazing going on in minnesota. But i didn't now minister that while i didn't know minneapolis very well or austin these other cities I'd i i couldn't. I couldn't apply the same expert. Knowledge on an austin as i could new york and you know boko has freelance. writers Always tried to tap those writers in the cities whether we liked it or not is the majority of the writers based into new york in los angeles and so therefore the fortunate stories. We're getting told where york moss angeles now. That are running out and same thing with fashion. That fashion was very heavy on york designers in los angeles designers. Now that that's people realizing okay doesn't need to be. These really strict hubs anymore. Talent can be spread out more. That means that more areas can creativity can shine in more creative. You can be highlighted. more creative. People can emerge. And so. I am here for that. I am yapper geographic diversity when it comes to all fields but especially creative ones will and also the go characteristics of each place. I think are represented that represented in the work than too. So you know somebody who's working in detroit has a whole different point of view than someone working in los angeles may be or an all of its ballads. The what happened in one year with all the rules of fashion. I mean thank god. It's like it was out of necessity but also thank you know out of boredom like we had to change and there had to be this like explosion of you know rule breaking so that You know all these voices could be heard in. all this. New creativity could be each highlighted and shared. And you know. It's i just think it's so. I think it's so exciting. I mean that's for me. Of course there's so many terrible things that have been twenty twenty but that is a real. It was a. I feel like it was a real breakthrough you know. The the pivot and the reboot. And you know. I i think it's really exciting So when you think about your own travel. Are you excited about anyone place. Or ron waiting for that. Vaccine to kick in so i can. I can get back to traveling the world and so i think i look back in my travel. You know in late february before we knew cova was going to be what it was. I actually went to libya the desert and it was. You know most amazing experience in my life. But i didn't realize it was like the last hurrah me trotz going out with a bang. Get back in there like an your grounded in rightfully so Conde nast invoke has. Hey why we're gonna we're gonna put a pause and You writing about you'll going on trips for you. Like know business trips That aren't drive too because you know it's unsafe for you to be fine everywhere both for you and of course you know the people like you can't be flying from los angeles for the potomac is really bad to another city health rice. That's not a good idea. So i am doing dry to coverage right now where i can. I can cover. Hotels are areas. That i drive to and that has been really interesting because i'm getting to know my own backyard again Which i like. Because i think i've so focused on going to like these very far flung locations that i want to tell everyone about i hand being in these undiscovered different countries or areas in. That was really great. You know there's also something say of saying. Hey don't forget your surroundings. 'cause they're pretty great too. And i think that was something that might actually carry through through my coverage because you know as as pandemic hopefully starts to wane not something we do need to think about is new climate change in our own criminal carbon footprint. I runs out taking for planes to go somewhere. Ease fabulous four Once in lifetime trip. But if you're doing rarely that's really not that great environment in it's you know you're making yourself really large carbon footprint so you should be celebrating local travel. You should be excited to go to different places your own country and i think you know that's something that is pandemic has taught me and i i think will continue to teach me. I mean i even think it's it's new to think about being at home. Yeah i feel like. I'm i know because i know you that we were going out all the time and it was a blast but a new. Just don't even think about it. And now i know if somebody would have said to me a year and a half ago like that's all gonna go away i'd be like oh what i have. No let you know be what happens. Yeah who am. I and i have to say you know you you you slow down definitely you know have to kind of reinvent what your your social life is like and your home life is like and i think You know i think that it's it's been like a really healthy and and great change for me definitely a but i think i i'm. I'm curious to Hear about any like there's any big shifts that you think about that. You know like people who like us going out and now they're at home like any sort of anecdotal or any I used to. I did used to live at pretty crazy life. Where i remember. I had my schedule. And i would go out tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday and then sunday and monday. I was a key. Muskrats spatially going out all this this all the time. And i loved it. I had a lot of time but i will be going to like three to four parties at night which is almost insane. It and i have friends who would be like. Hey at least you want to grab dinner High sounds great. How does three weeks from now. Sound people are like what the how or. Hey can you come to stop by my permit for dinner. And i'm like yes. I can stop by for twenty minutes in between these events. That was completely insane. I also asked is that you know. I i realize his unrelatable thing to say but it is true. Is that since i you know. I graduated college. I started working at conde. Nast immediately advantage brandon. I had vote. It's my life has been like this. Since i was roughly twenty two so i only owned one pair of sweatpants one. I had so many addresses so many going out clothes and i had like work across might workout clothes and i had going out dresses. So this pandemic. And i had no sweatpants one pair weapons. I mean i would be like how. I have corrected that thank god. I mean it's preference. I would be working in my spo work clothes because i didn't have anything else to wear. I'm used to be shaped like barbie. Like i would wear heels all dated out all day and then go out and just not even think about it. I haven't worn heels since march. I guess like no way. I warn hughes. No i used to like my hair used to be like intangible all times like that has totally changed all my craze. I kind of do this. But i used to have a working for right. Always used to wear like a midi dress at my mini. Dresses would be like in ridiculous. Poofy cut like i love a good romantic puffs so all addresses would be like in my few shot with half sleeves and like down by blow my knees. Now's what i walk around new york city. And i like it was a blast. I hope i do that again. But i leave my home every three days now. That dress has not been warning two years. So that was my fun rediscovering. Why my style would be. If i didn't have vogue in my life and what mike when everything was really pared back and i wasn't trying to impress anyone. I wasn't trying to live up to any expectation. I wasn't trying to get the attention of a stronger offer. What was i actually gravitating towards them. What was picking out and so. That was fun. i was fun. Yeah i mean i race racer the racks in the studio like at five thirty going. I have to be somewhere at six and like running like. How does this does this. Is this okay like crazy crazy and wearing it once and then you felt like you couldn't wear it again and thank god you know. I think that's another thing like vintage you know like wearing the same thing over nobre is it's like a whole reconditioning. I feel like of all these things that we just took for. Granted you know gives like office. Unlike i literally wear like the same five year five things for the same things you wear. Because i have mine like know. Yeah i have vintage. Is a bunch of sweat shirts I have I mean i kind of just a few cozy cashmere sweaters and you know Swimmer wetsuit viking. Get outside to into the water but like mostly it's jeans maybe sweat sweat like i've sets and and you have let but okay but seriously what would you think is gonna happen. Say we're all vaccinated the pandemic's under control life comes back. Are we going to go crazy. Are we gonna go. Beserk isn't going to be like y mart. Republic roaring twenties scantily like bear skin. And is it gonna go. Are we going to go crazy or are we going to just kind of evolve to some sort of like sensible. I think about graph. Because i've also been thinking of as by myself you know. Am i going to wear. This isn't what am i going to wear this. So this is what i think. I think that a resilient vaccinated and going out is going to be huge again in. That's going to be you know going out to dinner going out to restaurants You know going to clubs. And i think the closer going to reflect that i think that for so long going out was an auction right for us and so i always kinda look back to the days of lake studio fifty four. What they used to wear club and it would be excellent fashion. It would know like janka jagger in these amazing looks and you look at that in there was more what this nightclub fashioned that was fascinating you nightclub in twenty eighteen like you would not say that's where like the fashion wise in the world. You would you wouldn't see that. And that's because they're kind of became this. I don't wanna see laziness by so many people just were like i'm going out and i'm going to the cloud wearing black and not say be simple when it looks good. It looks sexy. It's fine Black boring right now. He looks good. But it's not that exciting in so i think that's going to change. Which is that now that going out. We had it taken away from us for so long. Is this novelty again. We'll start dressing like it's a novelty again. It won't just be putting putting on the black crops and the black leather video gangs. I say this is because like i wore this. So i'm not making fun of anyone who did like this was many to the club. And that's what i'm gonna wear now. I'm like okay. The club is an event. I'm going to go to the club. I'm so excited to go into club. Like must have look. I think that's going to return his having fine with the way you dress at night and then i also think kind of the way. We were conditioned so often. Is that for so many of us. We would be getting to the office at nine. Am you know getting out at five or six happy hour in so we can have these like data night. Looks like how women's magazines have you read. That like really went on like fifty like date night dressed like worked cocktails dinner as being. Hawkeye's being office. All day most can have hybrid works at two and now we're working out three days. So what are you going to wear. you know. you don't need to address for twelve hours. Anyone you can trust four hours and four hour period and you can have some fun so it's almost like extremes like you may be at home in your sweat and then you click. Turn the switch. Because you're going out. And i always picture that Party scene in great gatsby right. Like doesn't eh. don't you want like that's the fantasy that's the fantasy so maybe it is this. it's like instead of instead of i think it especially impassioned but in life There's always been a balance of fantasy and reality like oh you know. It's sort of like a balance now it's like compartmentalized so that. Here's the reality. I gotta be at home at wor am working so i'm going to wear my jeans. Or sweats or whatever and then the fantasy kicks in and you want color. And i an feathers and like sexiness and i mean also. Ps everybody has been working out for a year rate so they wanna show that i mean yeah got well. It depends the first couple of months of team when i thought it was really short. I was like. I'm just gonna like hang out. And i'm gonna get all the samples food and then i realized this was going on for forever and i forgot my fitness situation. But but isn't that fun Right that we no longer have to wear like a navy shift dress anymore. Like you i always think about the clothes that excite you they so excite you and we all have those. There's the closer we love disner stapler hero. Items staples are wardrobe levi jeans or that cozy sweater that he loves you wear it all the time. And then there's funky things caused the doors. They're they're crazy in are wild fantasy close. And then there's the Close no like the movie. Shift dresses like the cardigan. 's all those things that we bought because they were like functional lenient really likes them. We just not. We need them to grist in this world. That categories white out. Which i yeah. Yeah i'm ready to wear like a like medium sized black pump anymore. Like i'll have to put on that can go. I can wear them. And then i can wear like a stripper. Heels like have category for that shoe anymore which it raised it sneakers or stripper hooker stripper here like i know. I don't need a work coke. Anymore i find rather buy and then you know some kind of like my new yorker tote coffee with. I don't need some light work bag that doesn't exist but also i think a lot of it has to is sort of tied to self expression because was feel like i don't i wouldn't have to be going to a club like i might be a trader joe's in some crazy feather dress just because i feel i get you know what i mean like you know clubs sort of imply like you're you know you are in an urban area. Your you know like you have this lifestyle that let's maybe you just love that and you're just gonna wear it to you know Pick your kid up at school or something. I don't know you know. I think in a way the the fantasy also extends into where you're you know you feel comfortable wearing won't that means here at the end of the day self expression right and so you wear white you want. And what is funny. How you should always dress is white note. You like. I think that we basically went a year when you know. Fashion was put on hiatus because we couldn't go anywhere we couldn't express herself through clothes unless basically we were shooting ourselves instagram. But most of us weren't really doing that so now anytime you gotta go. Ou- is going to be kind of an adventure and self expression. It may not be the nightclub. May you're going into a great new restaurant and that might be something you could be any sort of event. Well and i think so much We also have been on our phones on social media with so much to that. Like i actually learned how to do my own hair and do my own. You know what. I mean like you own everything which we never. We never did that. You know and now you see a makeup tutorials that are exciting and you wanna try it out. You don't like there's so much more it seems like been more experimentation. There's more information available out there and again like people are just You know like putting putting out know their own creativity so much that you know you kinda. It's inspiring it's one of the great things about social media. Instagram also tiktok talking youtube. Is there's been like democratization of getting you know what is fashion. What is style what is might look whereas it used to be that you know. I remember when i was a teen. I would retain people when. I read seventeen minutes. And that's why we get my fashion advice from those at by now in in those magazines were great by the way but you know they didn't reflect every teen style They couldn't they were just one magazine to magazines. And now if you were trying to discover your own style. There is such a wide variety of resources in videos that you can go to a vote. Justed this amazing series. When we call crying at style i was kind of how all of our editors who are not the best humans on the planet when they were kids actually weren't fitting in with like teen style because it wasn't there. Is you know my colleagues. Spellings moved to texas when she was a kid from bangkok and all of a sudden she was china. Deal with cowboy boots. And i have another colleague moved to florida when she was a team but she wasn't a florida girl Teens now you have such access to all this different fashion. You can see fashion in tokyo in shanghai in dallas in all these cities around the world and be like what i wanna look like a natural style. There's no know there's not as many gatekeepers anymore yet. The gatekeepers is a huge part. I mean that's probably the difference between print and digital. You know how it's something that's evolved and changed so much And then you see you know the one thing. I love about casuarinas how it's changing as it used to be what you should wear. You know that was the age of like hot or not. Comment comment like homes right now. What you should wear. It's what can you wear and so we're always beautiful crazy things and may not be in your style. You may not like it but you can see it. And i love that way of looking at fashion. It is not telling people you need to look at this address like this. It saying how you wanna address and we can show you people that are the taste makers for it. I mean. I guess that's how i would say the. The voice of vogue has evolved through yours. It really went from saying this is this is. This is the way you should look to. You know every option like that like you say i think it goes for home decor and design design of all kinds too. I think by the way. I think that not fitting in is sort of intrinsic for everyone that has great style there was. There's always the awkward. the i don't fit in that. That sort of feeling. I think is is always in everyone's story that has great style. Yeah i i think i think so too and i think you're onto something which is that basically. There's always going to be trans and there's always going to be trends in this fruit. People have style artist every day. Wearing what makes them happy. And when you're doing that that's how you get someone with great style. We look at different people. We admire as style icons and can tell that they are wearing things that they love in wearing them consistently Like one of you know. Most famous raiders linear had such style her so long and she's not getting swayed with insurance that come out there And i think that that's actually the key to having create style. We all kind succumb to it. You know sometimes. I will buy the because it was trending. I think it's my style. And i get it and i'm like what is this This is a beautiful clothing item in definitely some people styles does not mind but i bought a jack new kashmir bra yet. Because i was my style. That's not aware that like bieber wears not ensure eight right will go. But i was joking because i think that abbie's of clothing that is meant for someone in los angeles where the weather is like right in their cars all the time the going out to chinese restaurants when my my life was like i was in new york it was freezing and i took the subway like wearing open. Kashmir bra was not the right rate. The girl who's taken the c train every morning. Like that's not that's not i feel like i'm always inappropriately dressed for the weather though. I don't know sometimes it's just like this. You know not not being. Except i'm not accepting you know that. The weather isn't cooperating with my idea of what i want to wear that day until i just wear it anyway. I don't know let's just go right into Just if you can just give a little piece of advice for Young people that want to get into fashion and writing and You know what would be your best piece of advice. Yeah so i get this question a lot from young people and a lot of times. I get it through an instagram instagram deums. Or no. if i'm speaking the on asking the same thing. I want to work it rogue now how do i get there and i say well what do you want to do it vote and they can answer that question because there's so many things you can do it though you know. We have our fashion department in so the people who are in charge of the fashion chosen thinking closer in the magazine. You have means a writer who's in charge of you know. Writings getting assignments from editors in in writing stories about hotels about new home items. No sometimes about these fashion pieces We have people who do public relations at vogue. Publicizing carla. we have the event planning department on roku are planning the met gara. We have been working. Visuals were tracking down. The next new tyler mitchell's. No we have so many different departments and that requires specific silt skill sets. And so my advice is that it's not. I wanna work at vote. That should not be the end game. It should be i want to do. I want to be a writer. I want to a fashion editor. I want to be a designer. I want to be talker. I want to be a writer vote. I want to be toggle at vote. Once you hit what you action wanna be your your your occupation. What you want that skill set to be. That's how you get to invoke so people say oh. How did you vote counted yet. There and i want like my honest group is that i knew wants to be a writer since i've been thirteen So i you know wrote all throughout college Then i graduated. And i got an internship my senior year at conde nast And then i worked as an assistant had basically the devil wears fraud job not to to anna or anything i was. I was at the time. But i was doing law a lot of grunt. Were good at the same time. I was learning how to write from the editor. That i was assisting and so i had to be an assistant for three and it was only then after i. I'd like years and years and years of writing under my belt and professional writing under my belt that i could at vogue because they had a writer job open the i had to submit writing samples for So that's how i ended up. Invoke is that i i. I don't wanna say master skill. 'cause always keep learning but i worked really really hard. It run specific thing. That vote was hiring for so so many new bill say they love fashion. That is great but if you wanna work in fashion to figure out what you actually want to do to contribute to that industry and as you now there's so many things you can. Do you think about all the people at your team romney. People were cynthia rowley. Doing a million different things as all categorized as fashion but all different. Yeah i think it is. you know. Sometimes it's maybe because the the The link the tight the the brand is bigger. The brand is what people know so. The apple no vogue. But they don't ever think what you know what all these people are doing they. They only see the glamour and the glitz. And you know they're like anna and of course. These are all very very exciting but anyone. Who's at vogue. Is there a specific skill. Every at cynthia rally has a specific skill. And so it i. It's i wanna work somewhere. Focus on where you want to work in more on what you wanna do is once you learn what you wanna do. That's how you get to the us companies. That is brilliant advice. That's so it's really really smart. Because you know one number says that just as succinctly as you just did not to reinforce The the the thing that we just said people are so enamored by but now there was no met gala. This may sad but that's only one. It's not gonna happen this year. That right you know is a so things are still just. You know a question mark we will have to see. Yeah i have to say. I've been in the past. It's the most exciting most. Glamorous most honored you know what an honor to be included and to be able to go. It's really something. That is the ultimate fantasy. I would say D just give us a little bit of your like a little recap of of what it's like for you to be there. Yes i i've been to too many mccullough's first. One was heavenly bodies fashion in the catholic imagination which was in twenty. Eighteen and the sacking was camp on fashion. Both were spectacular I always i do remind people that i'm actually working these events and so everyone thinks that like i'm like you know drinking a cocktail lady. Got like that is not true I usually get to the the matt around one pm. The day of the events To help you know start to get ready and sat up and Sometimes i'm doing really really easy. Tasks are not not easy task but simple tennis like making sure that security knows who works in folk because we have a Prompt crashes right. So i'll get one Able to say okay. This person works being completed. They can come through or you know you know what you have. This person is And then i'm doing a lot of writing jersey event so i am inside. I'm taking notes on the scene on helping talk. We have a photographer spoon. Side taking pictures. I'm washing photographers helping them. Get their shots as so when you go to vote dot com that night or the next morning You have something to read about it evening. That's mostly i'm doing is kind of content for the website but it is. It's razi night. Let me tell you the fashion is just the most insane thing you've ever seen in seeing these clothes in person is just it is a mind blowing visual and i remember seeing katy perry in her chandelier outfit and that one of my favorites because there was a bunch of hubbub. Been in in the office a little bit before. We need to make sure whatever katy perry would wear fit through the door right robin right if she warns beautiful out fat but it was wider than the door frame. We wait aren't the specs and this goes beyond katy. Perry has so many people wear ridiculous being. Do they know the specs of the door. So they can actually maneuver through the rematch. Like these are things that you don't think you need to think about. And then you very much need to think about not over egyptian statuette statues on the way to dinner or something like that breaking something with food or is actually questioned. That many many mac allawi's need to ask themselves Oh my god. That's like who that's amazing and i do. A lot of them have problems with the cars whereas their gowns are too big to fit car so i remember one year blake lively. Had this fantastic train. And i believe she had to rent a like like an actual it. He bus because retrain ms so long that it couldn't just be stopped in a normal to us sprinter van grass and had to stand it yet. You have to stand. Yeah i think she into stand because the when you're committed to these looks you know you're committed and this is you know fashions bake night and you wanna make sure nothing is rankled. Nothing torn everything. Looks picture perfect So that that is. The amount of planning that goes in beforehand is also quite fine To make sure that this spectacle is actually happening now zing measuring late. Have to think about because i remember it happened to me the width of the stalls in the ladies room begat. I remember thinking like do. I have to get completely undressed to just use the restroom. And i kinda did 'cause that's you quit fit in there you know or it's like over your head and your you know other note. No because i we have a little bit of like a staff headquarters during the night. Has its own bathroom. So we were using that one But you went into the main party bathroom. Like i'm preaching people. Maybe just don't close the doors. I would feel. I don't close the doors. There's too much close in their walk and any toby so fun we the Work the event you do get to borrow address from a designer which is always an experience and usually they liked to drass the vogue employees in kind of a similar color scheme just were easy to identify And so you know. I think for heavenly bodies a lot of us wore a gold And then for the you can't notes on fashion We were gold or like pink. Golden pink. And i worry a mike i met. Gala weren't oscar de la renta dress which was amazing in my second one. I wore this. I will mark as with all these feathers mazen. What i was gonna wear one. But you know Happen it'll all be back the bigger and more fantastic all in every way and i can't wait. I can't wait cause. I think that we're all going to have such pent up. Energy for whatever parties are happening. Twenty twenty two are going to be gatsby esque. Yeah i totally. I feel like people are going to go to parties on stilts and you know i don't know crazy crazy thing crazy things. Oh i can't wait me neither Okay and then the last question is when we ask all our pod just jumping in quickly to let you guys know about anchor. So if you haven't heard about anchors easiest way to make a podcast let me explain it's free. There's creation tools that allow you to record at ear. Podcast right from your phone or computer. Anchor will distribute your podcast for you. So it can be heard on spotify apple podcasts. And many more you can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. 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How I Called In My Success Turning the Tables - Annemarie Interviews Patricia

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Business community that we're about and everything just shifted from there and with that thin golfer portrait patricia and kim back patrimony batra lock which made things worse and what's the remedies in. Everything and i happened quite quickly action. The first of actually today was i got done with we to its windows. Were correct and got to be there. Don't put it in a week or ten days. So that's that was the first thing accidents broken we were gonna fixed and everything kind of started to shift from there and our personally because again as you can see my physicist white stage decluttering swimming profession at based here in tennessee kitchen west cork and where i offer memberships ice average will be coaching. Sessions israelis one sessions. And i would very clients of acting off and i was new to the business left the carpet To have our kids who are no signify and number three on the way and it was a struggle reiterated west so from there in it just took off so for instance so so i even ever nice this actually owning the nest and i'm thinking minus When i didn't realize that actually manifested management. It was because i knew i was connect. Oh she giving him again. Put their end. Yesterday was fifteen years ago. Let's that's really kind of his car. To actually the nest toward once on extra good memphis and going square with someone at the time. And i would want two and a half thousand in the laptop national. Tv hearing arguments from nesh papers. National radio business awards and a regional winner this year. national flying. For our never gardened and number current kark trayvon's continuous waiting Ideal clients they're just ideal again business by business with nationwide here in ireland last year again. Baby number three god for apron ernie for next year again nov life. Smoking like you said we're we're Teenagers gave to the last to know. We re just disconnected and it was gone. I know it's like john. John mccain even all my god just great communication grit sports not for one another. They're just. Evan escaped on no. We're normally the kids. There is that bigger before Which is normal with sockets and that's dispatchers again. I would manifest in my own care back in. May when i woke up to a midnight because my hosts decides chocolates emory. You're changing your care. I was like okay. So i had my cabinet into week. Sort of the an anti one. Step one seven seizure came in manifestation husbands characters the only karen for grandeur Choosy gas was a demo. He would reflect fifteen twenty thousand off the care and so he was delighted with this again projects that came up here on the farm difference cable at goes robertson dairy farmers Different things that jenner for every came in amman came ruining wishes and continues to do so. Which is fantastic. And i would have been people. I'm like i'm marie. I'm just like this is all. What's up on marie love and then again like being compared to the answer to Rekindled international organized like you in canada should be like these are just huge huge. Somebody's been choice. It's just unreal again. People just come into lives Talking both this before we came but like people just have compensate purchase. Come from like okay. And then we're concealed greater home so like again. There was rooms that our hosts. We were just not like why. And it's in the last kind of this master weeks that we really just operated. Which is a way to prosperity area. And i absolutely detested room case to bring us now. It's so lush and it's absolutely amazing so again we're upgrading. Were painted again as we're not going on in space imaging at the time we're doing a voice putting off your home which is very important again. The kids are always saying that. Can we go hallway. Just nobre hopes. And and that's just because we do we genuinely do before it was like identity repellent from us. I just want to be there and thin. Free gifts hotel upgrades join us. Join the school of international folks. Ray actress end again. I want to cooperate and the rich. Because again. Their hands in hint and this to So pasha what we do because we can see how we can transform people's lives and again every time those new supports I probably showed a million things but they were the things that came to my head tricia responding that has happened to us just being it has been rollercoaster read iranian truly. So you couldn't and again like someone in the group later on. What if your husband departure is on in with us like some general. Watch the name. Because like i go some caring now. I can't say jobs. Its moment because i'm pregnant. He'd be just like hostages. emory. That's been fast. And they he'd come in his Is another chicken Thanks and he's getting into a noble. He's he's no cancer typically risk rochman farmer and it'd be like was. He knows that he can see us. He can see that. There's there's no money flowing in everyone is much more. Happy and communication is just fantastic Compared to before it was Read about so. That's your experience for patricia Now and you couldn't make it. Thanks so the. I know so. This is called a winner a winter and the idea is like a winner is interviewing me so unreas- like a winner of this and it's like. I don't think you can classify yourself as like being normally a kind of lookie lookie person you know it's just all of this. I'm not asking the questions to be disquieted. Food asked me so yes. That's just i suppose. That's how fisher came into my life. So that's why. I said i said i get the opportunity to ask patricia. Few questions back about different things. So i put a few questions together. So i keep Bees or go out on basic he and we did. This people were so i suppose Overawed ultra biggest goal in life so my biggest goal in life like my big vision is just really like to raise the vibration of the planet. And i got this. When i was coming out of a huge kind of just one with my teacher. One of my masters and teachers we done a whole week. And i came out and i'm like what am i here for. Why am i here. What am i here for. Like no idea and i was and then i got this kind of cure message or here to raise the vibration the planet and i'm like oh that's all okay and that kind of felt a bit overwhelming and then only a few weeks hours listening to an interview with oprah and someone was interviewing her and it was like her. What's your goal. What's your vision. Goal oprah is to raise the vibration of planets. And i'm like you. I help so i feel like that's one of the parts is like really just raising the energy of our homes and our one house at a time you know and really making mainstream like i just feel like it's one of these things that it's topped source thus you know is really making it mainstream so that three what i'm here to do because it's just so powerful stick more people. Yeah i'm owning warn of Hovers of success stories that patricia that you have because you came into life and again as i always say you come in someone's ward for of the universities like me when i stack since ed and i was like you actually going back my gore close could say. Is this what. I'm here to collect. I left the bank. I was after having cuiba. Should always six months old. And i started exposure. Your high priced. And that's where the light bulb went off in. Like i way to coach in course kimmel benign like if that anthony universe talking to me and it just went from there and your exact sam again we all have. I always say like everyone has a reason to be on this world. And i could do something to head. So are everyone store honest meeting. What drives you. Patricia am watch is needed. Is always at this time when i'm in the in putting like all the content sharing about the power house program and then you're like oh like you know and then i just hear all the success stories all over again reconnect with like murray in orleans i'm new people come out of the woodwork. And they're like. Oh my god like suzanne royno is going to be talking sees the bra and all of these clients and when i hear those stories dot is really the driving force like for me. It's like it's not it's like it became. It's it's not about me. This isn't like this is about people's homes and the funniest way dot like kinda gets me open as it's like okay. Who this this. The world's about this and that's really what it is and it gives me so much rock infield like we know we're on the live event. We'd like ameri valerie standing up and being like how can i slow down and we were like nur heads off. And i'm like oh my god but like for someone on a hip operation or someone whose children are getting on better or you know. I think that was always like in me. Is just wanting to help people so like when i see this is really helping people and it was really frustrating. When i first started that journey with funkaway would hire me to do. Their houses in person unlike wouldn't take action they just didn't do the stuff out of the. The unique journey now is seeing people implementing being part of the community and that has changed and kind of creates this momentum for everybody that is different to how i used to do it. An iv like at that time and now. It's totally different now. It's just like you go. I've got your back with a hold onto your questions anytime you want like. I just want you to get your remedies a deceased success. And that is it just blows my mind you know really really does. And just hearing of and it's sometimes it's not like in this group like focusing the prosperity still. You know it's amazing like more money. We can help people with heart center people with more money. We can help people. That's a huge big part for me but also it's like those small things where you're like. Oh my god feel like my home is my home like good things you know just like these little things are happening and getting on with my husband or might have more friends meeting the white people in my life. I just got seeing you know. I'm getting the paper like all so many people who have entrepreneur in our group. We're getting so much visibility. That's what this is about like you know so that drives me. Everyone's wins and they're sharing and i get blown away like honestly i could not have imagined all those years ago when we started this process and starts at sharing this like how it's grown and the results that people get unlike post on winds friday the stuff that people post and they're like this just happened new idea like one lady yesterday. Was this like this house is definitely good for money. My clients we just got like forty five thousand of back from the bank. Like i was like whoa. I just like i am not nations. Not big enough for the off and it's like this low blows my mind so yeah that's that's my that's my driving thing i'm like i wanna hear more. This and i think is where tissue like it when you see. Someone's wayne gillette. because again. We're human. As i always say we progress as president. Mike progressive putting ribbons. And that didn't like mary his just like this like Got back from the bank. Are something's happening has got a job or whatever and insect and it's just that gives us in. The group has more determination and i. It gets infectious until dawn to be declutter but game. It's like what you see someone because you're prob- like every like john. Sharing still fear genitals agw anal ever no serious neck or as then infanticide nyc idiots teamwork has an again packers. Lighten lighten be on boards. But didn't they of do see naked strength Am this is just happens. I've just gonna pull cotton. I'm back tanks it is it does get infectious. That was so good for you as patricia thing. Yeah it's a social winds blows my mind you know we had our winds here and it really was just like people were asked. How did you do did. But it's beyond what i could have ever imagined like beyond what i've ever could have imagined with the winds on the success stories and you know i was just like wants today. I'm like casey is now has like paid off her mortgage. She paid off her mortgage. She's built an airbnb like she's she's now got an investment property like she's like for children so it's like people are able to do things for the bigger picture it's not just like oh yeah i have this and i'm going to get on amazing holiday making a great but like this woman is building like super children. You know like we're creating foundations for everybody. You know that just makes me feel really good incredible. See how do because with all this. Blow your mind officers are. How'd you actually chill. And just your time. I wouldn't be like the open door. Constant and i think that like one of the things that has just like some things changed a lot like in the business because like when we first started there was just me and ken and then we just had like one assistant and we do. The big thing has changed. A lot is to have my head who just full of stuff to do all the time. That was quite that was quite tricky because we were like managing like reports and facebook and social media. The grapes and everything. So i've got some more help which has really helped a loss. Unlike that has been huge in terms of like having someone who just like coordinates. Everything's actually have someone who's like my own boss to me jenny. Who has helped me kind of empty my brain and actually made me become more creative that has given me space. That is a lot of space and with a for me to chill like honestly. My favorite thing is like reading. Like i am just a total bookworm. Like i just love reading. And if i get a book like over christmas my family last year we were here. Kangbuk ri this book like this thing and i swear to god. I didn't even speak to my family for like our like they're like we're going for a walk. Okay that's really. My thing is just like escaping into other worlds when it comes to like books love any kind of like virtual brexit so like not necessarily like i love things and community so obviously cutting them now but like dance movement yoga. All of those things really helped me being in nature. Like i am craving going to handle and the safer and to the koren's unlock crew and all of these places that i'm just like please apparent it's never enough to go to these places so bathroom really important for me. But yet that's how i use each l. is like initially most books. I've just read them. But i wasn't quite able to do that for a while. Like i really got to face it like not having the space to do it and now we have more space is amazing so and my helpful people. Top area has definitely been activated when we just called an amazing team and you know people experience the power partners. Genetic like jenny is in the background cheeses. A bring your face up but like they're just amazing so a lot of the things that we see like the graphics and all the nice things like i don't. I don't do which i used to and that was all. That stuff was just a lot but then yeah it's been great to have that support so that's really highlight being able to jail. Because i wasn't doing it all and any see. When we travel like involved in greece. I can do my work by the beach so i'm happy. I'm happy is from an isolated place as readable and then chill by the beach. That's why in the see there. You go fantastic. Say what book would you recommend by ron books Recommend everyone should read. Ooh that's a good one and see what books recommend. There's actually one book. And i was looking for it. Sam my god get the name of. It is in my kindle and you know what i actually really liked. This is really nice. Lawn by guy. Called richard dots richard and richard dot s. He's rick written loads of manifesting books. That and they're like all on cable and this one that i love is like dollars. Come to me easily or something to measly honestly okay. So it's very simple quick read. I do really love. And i feel like it's out gawk and then i just love any kind of personal development. Looks like i absolutely love all the work of marianne williamson. And i do believe that. That book return to love as life changing like in terms of just the message of it and it's like a return to love and i feel like connecting that that's really connected course. Miracles return to love. It's an. I actually listen to it on audio She the audio of it as well and her voice is really unique. So you just turn it on me here. Something like off needs to be here with us today so returned to love. Marianne williamson is ready. Grace as law tastic for talks Digging nice run. Yeah what do you think is the biggest reasons folks rate is so effective so what i feel so effective is first of all it is ancient and i think that the people who put together were ops in the geniuses like they were astronomers astrologers physicists. Stay really really understood the energies and the kind of quantum physics of the world. Like honestly. i think it's very hard to to comprehend how they came. How they came up with this practice like five thousand years ago but they really were obsolete genius. It is really connected to a sense of like me and magic. And when we just looked to the eastern philosophies and that's where in the most recent times like acupuncture has just become so mainstream. Everyone's like is on my phone. She's working with an occupying the moment and she just had huge amazing results with him like one session. She's like oh my god. It was amazing. Those obviously something just blocked in her system that needed to be cured with the needles and it just And she's like a new person you like and that is like the same. That's the same principles that functionally comes under like that's for me is just. It's really just a connection magic on these elements When we look at the power of those elements in nature fire. Walter mitchell earth these five elements and how they interact imbalanced and how they watched nature to really bring it into our houses and do these calculations and all this. I just feel like it's it's amazing like the the the kind of mathematical that we do for our clients in the background. is quite complex. But it's just just the whole way it was all created is very very powerful. And that's why. I think it's so important if something last five thousand years old years you know. It's it's gone through so many different ignitions and phase different. You know cut. It comes into fashion or whatever but it's being used by so many amazing people around the world that are not flying flags say no of us folks way but they are using s you know. Every whole foods across the entire of america is punctuated like oprah richard branson all the disney's like disneyland's are right seriously. They're not like all the big hotels so for me. It's like there's this this this really power. There's something really powerful inish on it so old that we just have like a remembering now a remembering of these practices that have helped people that we've just got so disconnected we were talking about the disconnection with with your partner. Your husband disconnections happened in this kind of world. we're in now and it's about like reconnection. Hi there i'm patricia. Your sway guide and this week's tip is to fix your leaks. Do you have leaking tops in your home. If so they represent floor abundance money energy leaving your home so now is the time to get all of those least fixed to allow your home to retain all its prosperity. Abundant energy inside. See soon thank you. I hope that you found that useful. Please share with your friends. Be sure to leave a comment or question below for more weekly tips and training sign up below this video and make sure you follow me on social media. And i'll see you next week. I've been so victory. I bet you twice. I love the asgard twice in person Even more energetic and every time. I have a mess to come in our food or to interview. Are mitchell I've blown away every time by all your success stories like like manifesting kin all like your to rings everything. Just everything from traveling. The whole is running of the benefits of and so i think i just laughing because i think the two rings one is pretty amazing when we think about that but like when i think about manifesting obviously being in the new york times was just like on real seriously and but like we also have i think when people when it started it was just this whole spiral of like it was very visible for my from my life. The transformation was very visible for the people around me. That was okay. So first of all i was like around dublin advice on a bicycle. I couldn't even afford car to moving to this. Like million euro countryside having a new car. Everyone's just like what just happened. You know to our wedding and all these things just like how it was the phone sway you know and that was it like we. We had. I did the check to the university. Had our has swayed checks universe. And i got like six figure sum that day on the days of you know. I can't make that stuff up like it happened. And i was like ooh so i know people are like. Oh i've done the check. The university of hasn't worked but like obviously with the phone sh- way it's like the seeds are there and it will it's in motion a divine timing with other things you know for me. There's other things that i really would love to see unfold and manifesting or just putting out there but also says trusted the divine timing. Because you've got in the one go. It wouldn't unfold but yeah for me my funnest. The funnest one is the to donald rings. 'cause they're so like visibly obvious like so. I had to engagement rings on my vision board in here in this office. Oh my and. I put them up. This is so funny because obviously we their house phone trade. I had said i had. I was like no pressure can but a friend of mine had oh engagement. Ring is exactly like the one that i that i want when i was looking at it is just gonna go. Congratulations exactly the ring. I wanted and i was like what i want. So i went off and looked at pictures of a little bland. I can decide between two types and put the pictures up on the vision board. And i just like no pressure can like the intentions to get married and that means i've done it in your ring as well and then the opposite got engaged. Got the engagement ring which i love and then wedding bond perfect is a diamond wedding bryant on the vision board as well and then a year later my mom came and she's like i have a present for you and i was like wash and she handed me this one and they're like literally ident- so alike and even she got a shock when she saw this because he was just like. Oh my god like because this one she'd have for ten years. And i had been bought for me but in came so then i'm sitting here one day and i was looking up at the vision board. The rings on i'm like oh my god. It's time to rings on the vision and the and the bring with the vans for the wedding. I was like that's pretty much. And there's like an i think other the other part is it wasn't like i didn't wasn't sitting there going like rings it was just like this is my intention. So that's a really fun one and just like cars at the moment. I'm reading phone. Because i was looking at white car. Like to buy a car back here. In may and i swear to god mean can rent to two cars. Move to white parts and the tenants have two cars. It's like all the way cars and like obviously getting so like it's a subtle small things the signs of the universe and we have had upgrades. And you know friends people coming into our lives too so zo synchronous typically to support to the things that you want. I could really do with this and then someone was like. Oh i have taken this person. They're amazing da or like ken. Ken looks after was a little bit. Not really sure what he wants to do. 'em him in the business because he was just helping you helps with like the functionary reports. Obviously he's Both of us did this together and he was a little bit uncertain about what he wanted to do and with like was he gonna go at his own thing to his own coaching. We it was just on certain. He was helping me with loads the parts. He does lows in business. He supports us. Loss bush last january. I was in america at a event and this woman came over. He said. I just wanna gift ken this course so she gave him a course were two ties and pounds just out of nowhere. I didn't ask her. I have no idea. And i came home and i'm like can this woman is gifted you his course about facebook and he's just like okay and now he's doing it and he looks after all of that i now and he's loving it. He's got his own clients. Doing is like he's got like and it was just so and south from the place a key was on certain with like what his journey what he was going to be a. Now it's like was presented to him like if the unexpected things i think are the fun ones where it's just like here's this. I'd like this and they're like about that. Now that was unexpected. One year like wow. They're the ones that really blow. Blow you off. The road saute entered like has actually happened. Yeah exactly exactly. Oh my god which is my last question. Why did you call your podcast said lager podcasts. Live your dreams awake today. That's another really thinker joystick thing. The whole thing because obviously we rebranded than the chorus powerhouse. And a couple of i knew i knew in me. Things were changing. Like i knew things were changing. I knew that that program name needed to be. Renamed used to be functioning master. Now it's called powerhouse. It just feels so much right actually really represents the women who had calls as well like so that the women in the group. Our power has action takers. Were doing stuff. It's about getting on with it with undoing as you know on that was i was on. This is the funniest ever. So i literally was and my friend was helping me with the business. He was giving me some arch support and it was just like you really need to check like there's a bit of coffee that needs to be trained church needed help and i was like. Yeah like like i was like okay. And then this woman that i knew costa post on facebook saying that she was giving a group called a copy stuff and i was like. Oh great up nine hundred dollars. I was like sign me up. I'll do that. I signed up for it now. I got on the call with her and she's just like her hourly rate is seven hundred fifty dollars and i got on the call and she's like you're very lucky and i was like why she's like. You're the only person who bought the thing. So i got like two dollars for seven like an hour and a half thing and i was like oh great. So she's like one other girl. One of my clients might come on the call and i was like okay no problem so we were just talking and i was like how i wanted to change. I knew i went to. I knew i needed to. I want to change the name and all of this and then this this other woman came on. And what did she do. She the branding expert. Who was super intuitive. And all of this stuff. And i was like. Oh my god so we started. We need to talk so she ended up helping with the branding. So like it's how these all come together so tiffany helped me with the rebrand and we were like trying to figure out the name for the podcast for so long powerhouse. Just like came on. We were about like yes. This is ashes. Feel so but the podcast is a little different. Because it's like. I interview people who are like my friends. People who i admire people who are my clients unreal. Have you as well. And so. I'm like i just wanted to diversify the session a week on it but i also want people to be inspired and the that i just love the most is about is called really by tomorrow and it's a and being awake in your dreams so we mean by that is not being like living on high wish this. It's like that our dreams while our dream is our reality at that we. If we can dream it we can have. We can really achieve it and living. Our life is being awake in our dreams. So that's really why. I'm the podcast lightly. Live your dreams awake at a most interviewing people who to me are living dreams awake and i feel like that's part of my role is just like all look. Isn't it great. You live off and valley your here greece and all of this unlike you would not believe like first of all. This is a big part of my intention. Your vision may be totally different. Like have your lovely home. Grow your business be stable. That's just not what's in me. I want to show people that like. Whatever you want is achievable and you just have to set your mind to it. You just set your environment. Set it offers and take action so most recently. We've had loads of people who may be my clients because the things that they seen in don't have been amazing say set themselves up for success and i think amr you're just a testament to that as well like in terms of i don't know three years ago you could have even imagined stories that you're telling us now abusers living your dreams awake you're doing your online you've got you baby on the way your business like it's like an all versions of living our dreams awake or differently different. That's really important for me. Is that like you. Just get to know what yours are. And i think with the power of folks way it really makes us look at every aspect of our life and that's the potency of just really looking at what do you want. I knew that was like i think the reason another reason behind the podcasting called out is because it's outliving dreams awake. It's not about being on hold waiting waiting for something to happen. Waiting for the winchcombe you'd have to down the money like you have to put down something and get started to take action. And that's all the people who i have on my on the podcast as well. Actually they're not just like. Oh i wish you just i win the lotto like yeah with like would it be more fun to just like something that you can like take one action and allow it to unfold. You know you did have a live show win. But like i know where only starting in because again like every time i do a challenger to our in group are whatever comes up and then i have another another shift and i'm like okay here. We're gonna say okay. We're we're taking off again. Hold onto your safe. I'm sure knickers and we just take off. But i know what. I and again this evans paces different because battery for instance she could not everybody's because everything was just it was going so fast and couldn't she couldn't stevens was happening so rapidly for her while again. I'm a bit by bit of my pace again. Sometimes i can still onshore shore of Actually went that's what i'm working at. The moment is just. I am reviewing my vision board going back to the exactly. No actually gonna clear every single time everytime shift. I'm gonna care. Yeah that's it. It's the sexiest interaction between our home and our vision and because our home is listening and it wants us to support us and when we have that like it's not dance between you know it's like we can have division boards are home can be holding us back always home up with the right wrong way but the hat. We don't really want cycle. What what do you want. So it's bringing those together which is so powerful. It's just amazing. You know for me as well like this whole journey is a like also role modeling like like it's like what's the next level like everyone i could. We could have just stayed. Invasion vision is to to raise the vibration. The planet one has the time make function mainstream. Like am i showing up for that every day. Like how am i showing up for it every day. Yes i try most days to show up for that and be like this is what it's about sharing the message and we just know that the more people that experience this the more magic there's going to be in the world and especially in our community we call in a lot of heart centers amazing women it like a happy home. Happy children means happy. Like that's just like that's just so powerful that those children are happy. They're growing up in a balanced place than the parents are. Happy bottles like it's just that ripple effect that alone is going to improve things you know and then that's goes to other people you know you you've had eleanor like one of the program. You know all these different people then. You're all ripples to another friend or family member and we had times with his three sisters have done the program together. We had four best friends. Do it together. Because they're like all like we're going to ripple out improve and that's that's what we can try your baker and what we're doing is a bigger impact on everybody. I'm again like i was like i say we were stripping off. Is this the way it was like. It's don't is this the way we're going to be until at the time. When i signed up nearly four years ago i was like oh my god can afford us and like i remember saying i remember hearing the kitchen as a shotgun and he's like off for no and don't quite questionnaire north's what is connect. How was i going to the money if it all raised Firmly like there's a reason for everything and it comes up it'll come up or something happens are just it always works. Everything just walks over reason. Because i never drink like i remember. Actually france thanked me through like a major surgery and she had kidney transplant. Huge under when Undergo over our little under a winch through the operation. Everything educate she mentioned to me. She like because a friend of hers Different kind of folks and that was the first democrat always was interested in this and i do not about then you came in to another group. We were bugged together announced project and the rest is history and it's also I remember you. Like how am i going to. I remember orla scotland decluttering on our wallets and she found like a lot of how she said. She's doing the which she was. Just like if. I can get the first payment. Yeah can get the first payment. I'm just going to do is decoded. are home. 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I'm in the same boat as you are. I am the past and connector like. I've connect with such views for women. I mean am would like john. Cleese a message. Whatever needs to be an and if you want to run through as. I say if that's okay patricia. Because you could make this stuff can i make and i just eat. Lots of people commenting i see. Annika has to amicus joined doodle celebration close for annika and for and a really a- and trina some where people have joined our program but actually you're right and i have surprised today there. The ameri is volunteered to be a power house ambassador and we're going to have a few other people who are you know i just couldn't believe and i'm ready was saying people have been like messaging or over. The years asking like googling has joined the program and numbers. I call you just telling them just do so if you have questions about it. That's one thing about this time we're doing is. 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Completely Useless S1 E6: Dave The Profit

Completely Useless

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Completely Useless S1 E6: Dave The Profit

"In fact. Casey backed him hawk. What's the theory so far to me route right right right right right behind the whole thing for sure i've been since we started we'll just on mr trump. Tv let's go home takes so like we talk about our episodes of shows that we're watching and stuff like that Since the beginning crystals doing the whole thing the pfister behind the whole thing right you say maybe yeah. Well i think also it's important to bring the fact that like we can't. I don't think we should always be an agreement. I'm not saying. Maybe just a disagreement for sure but i think that we don't have enough information yet. I still think there's i know if that's not being said it could go to very different direction. i don't think it's impossible. I definitely always different direction. I don't think that wanted me w plenty. I think that she is now like self aware. What's going on. But i don't think at the beginning like maybe like she was being influenced. Start all this or something you know. So y- each. It seemed like she contradicted herself in the last episode the like. Oh you think i. I'm doing this in and was like that's right but at the same time i think she is kinda like woke up there or whatever right and she's like right shit but like i don't think she'd been like the first two episodes on think she realized that at all. I think she started doing it little by little. Ucr kinda like deepen and weird things started happening. And that's that's when i think little by little. She's realizing it will like she said in the last episode. I have what i want. So why would she be like what was she. Even like western it. You know she the perfect life. She has kids. Hairc-haircut does seem like sub. This there's things that are like pushing their certain things like having kids which reinforces vista very very right. What do you got about atrial being recast did like as they say. You know what i mean. Like the fact that like she doesn't know that version of him so why and she didn't conjure him so all the more reason why he's not the one controlling it brian. That's what we're pushed me to. She's not controlling it and whoever it is has some type of over her emotions and knowing that she can break through it but now you have everything you you had vision. Who thought you laws. You have kids which you always wanted now. You got ta. Petro who was missing life. Now why will i leave. And i mean and also in that it makes sense because it was about to go down between one. The ambition vision was right. Hey something's happening here this shooting right you know and then all of a sudden that happens you know it's like somebody's watching it. Whoever's controlling them vista might theory my biggest theory that Agnes who very funny by the way agnes is in. It's it's been out it's been internet to forever is a agatha hearkens worth vista right. So she's the one doing the heck the agency people hostage. She knows hostage whenever they talk about it and like well you gotta stop or whatever nobody says it was. Her things are wanda. It's probably you know about her being on the show though is when she messes up that line and she goes. Oh do you want me to take it from the top like. I don't know like that really really confusing for me. Because it's like wait. Wait just misdirection viewer misdirection. You think you'd think powerful us advertise superpower for on the comic books. She's propeller for hill here. You think she said no. This be outside fucking around washington but i think confused one she her. Why was she turned wanda to say that though. You know what i'm saying. If they doesn't have some troll ovaries to keep visteon thinking that she does but vision of it vision was there. He's though he lives was that's the point. That's the point. He caught onto it so he he thinks he knows or thinks that one completely in charge of it. 'cause she's looking for wanda for direction. Oh i see what you mean. So it's doing it so that when your question if you're active written or that we don't he doesn't visions realizing it and she can't control him obviously as well as us as other people kasese probably casino machine so to throw them off the sand make it look like she's in control. She's the director of this. She's doing all this make it look like she's the one doing. That's what vision confronts one the like. Oh right so so. In dish she is still alive. I thought he is the only alive because many structure nice why not fighting so hard. I think it's cat like You know kinda like catholic. We don't know if he's alive or dead so technically he's in a place of not alive or dead until all right you know like that's like the idea of it and i think that at the end of it he's going to be able to be alive. I think wanders. It's in within her room. But i think he's gonna say no Maybe ovation does seem like he would say no. Yeah right like he's just like look. I never got to see. Yeah but we never got to see like cool vision like super powerful vision story though like there's never a but after like Live like this whole use him. Use like the full extent of his powers. You know a lot of that. I think a lot of that is because he's so powerful he would actually upset the apple cart when they're trying to fight the villain so like the move trite doctor. Strange out of the way Because he had to hold the fucking waterfall exactly but got himself but also as soon as as soon as we saw some you know confront more powerful beings useless was useless in war he was conway on seeing view can have p power or opie characters like even Marvel was she though we literally pushed her out of the way or didn't bring her in enough for her to be useful and they like going into endgame. They're just okay by you. Know what i mean like. Because they're trying to. They're trying to use her in diffuser. You know this isn't like this this. This was a captain american. Tony stark finishing this journey that they started because since the very beginning it's been donald pulling the strings or something related to what he's doing the original six so you can't use your character much overpower that much and nobre over shadow. This disguised this other guys. Horrible thing though they. I'm literally in the comic book. Exactly exactly what you came. You serve right away now that they're going into more thing that's more based in space and it's showing more and more every time than she we're gonna see. I'm sure we're going to see just do much cooler more. Be more powerful and all that stuff. We're to see a lot of characters that you know we can beat us. Hello powerful you. Know like gin. We have them now. We're gonna see more of that type of stuff i think. Also like just introducing the concept of multi-diverse just makes makes me think they're Bigger and bigger and bigger. You're going to keep getting bigger. As long as they are still young character as far as like not physically young. But he's still a young character. You know things the next next big bag. Oh i will this. Evening i i. I hope i wanted to be galactic. I just don't see yeah. I think that they're going to hold off on galactic because they know that's like once the movies and everything starts to get a lull that's when they'll bring galactica out because he's just Big impressive character not really seeing electives to like two or three more faces as face seven. I think the same time we get fantastic. Four is when we get galactic because we were fairly early next. I think they're doing it in the next phase. Which maybe they are. I don't know. I think there's no way you can. You can't do fantastic four without doing collecting dust her. It doesn't make sense. I mean they don't. They have a lot of time. But i start setting to that doctor. Doom is a character has been done wrong so many times on screen that they have to do that. I hope they i hope they do. Is they do like a joker style thing but it's just doctor doom all my like a tv show of doctor doom ruling his island like something like that something that just lets the choir who before we just kill off. Who who's your doctor dome goes out of the debate the other day with somebody who play. Oh sorry guys might. Internet was acting up. I did not hear what you said to doctor doom. Or whatever the from what i heard. That's before dr do all that. I think we're gonna see task force sooner than we think. I think we're gonna see them in the next face. That's over say it'd be before you okay. We're going to see them swimming thinking like yeah doctor. Doom i think is not be like the next logie. It would be the next big by died because they announced that he's done at the movie already. That's coming soon. A kanye conquer ganged conquer is going to be the villain in the next ant man movie. Yeah but i don't think he's gonna be like it'd be like Like how theranos was you know like a big. But you don't think don't an can't be as big as like fanta law prevalent wise. It could be also the who'd be bounded he would. I don't think they would do that to the mandarin because they disrespected once. So it could be what it'd be like a big like multi. Movie bad guy big burger. I don't think he's gonna be like a big thing by that. I think he's the main bad guy in the shanxi movie and for the rest of it he's going to be like on the sideline still doing batch. You know stability no during his things being problem for his more oversight allied You know it's just gonna kinda give way to other bigger better villains. You know honestly. I'm not a huge final of away. The banding a dope yeah. He's cool. But i could take early. Been you know what i mean like. It's it's fine. And i do want to see them done right because and i get i get why they did it the way they did in their movies only because the mandarin lives in a world of magic right and iron man was very much more set in a realistic setting. Like yeah on. We have lucky but that's only in the avengers movies that we get to see broadening aliens only in those movies Right this this movie was more grounded than the riott rides. Matt nowadays nowadays introduced so much more to us With the introduction of doctor strange starting to see magic and now at this point they actually can do it right. They expanded the the university of mice. And yeah you absolutely right they gotta get the better right especially in hsien-chi movie is kind of the perfect place to do it. You know agreed so hopefully. That's good too but at the same time. I don't think tank cheese while the bigger movies that they're putting a lot of effort into it. You know. I think it's gonna take off like once. It goes out because hopefully like a young casting. But i think i think that maybe it will do really well. And maybe we'll have to see him in multiple movies I do think they should do some cool. One off movies though not as big as like bringing them together for like avengers but like dude heroes. Yeah exactly it seems like they're gonna. They're doing a lot more of a moral those team ups. We see comic books. Like no deadpool spiderman and it seems like 'cause radnor wasn't out really really well it was one of it's still on my favorite marvel movies. Yeah were you have a really interesting brain. As far as like how he brings any kind of film together. So i like started. Like if that's what made a c. And that was. That was a little bit of a planet hoped movie. It was a door movies still going on. You had more crossing a more of a cross over into it civil war veges movie but it was a crossover. Technically the second one. We are a lot of it. They're saying they're saying this. Remember be broke the doctor strange now. A big part in that Wanda is going to have a big part. Obviously because i think from what we're seeing now into in the multi management next doctor strange Beaten the se. A lot more of that. So i'm looking forward to it that we don't give us what we want. They don't have to do too much getting all these actors and all this characters stella for their big movies like. There's no reason why. You can have like set wanda and the doctor strange movie you know or yeah put team. They know we like crossovers and everybody will go crazy like if they do. We'll spiderman. I watched that movie cancer. Please give me give me like all the money. I have in my pocket. You can have my stimulus. Check me in writing. That will be a mason protesting for a guy. You yes a lot of history choice for even if you wanna put. What movie do that. You know if you want to put johnny storm and sue storm in it for some reason i you know what i mean like in a spider man would spiderman awesome. Let's go introduce the fantastic four like oh has a really tassie on this theory. And and i'm i'm upsets me. The when we were quarter shit for hot takes a hot takes be would put it out. I start seeing those online and mcgaw fuck but when in one of the episodes one when you find out when we find out in one division. That geraldine was is monica rambo. Rounder she starts. She starts talking to director hayward who also is up to no good. There's something you know. Yeah he's a. Let me stop you there before you go. Yeah i caught. That too. And i was debating washington. You hear what you just said here. She was like you took shit away me. I was like oh backer yes. She was talking to him. Leiden new specific agree a good girl. She fired She got dusted so who was like he was like the only one available you know. Put it but when they start talking. He says that there's still austin. It's missing from the bleak the bleep which is when they came back so they're missing There weren't base. Why doesn't make it makes sense to me that a young team of fantastic four were worked with sword. They got dusted now that they're missing the happening. Something's happening in space. They come back different tastic for with their powers. That's part of why. I'm saying we're gonna see different testing for much sooner than we think you know. I didn't even think about starting him off very young. Could now that makes a lot of sense. You know what. I'm saying that they don't have to be dot young. You know the bush that theory too is they could have come back. When the blip happened everyone came back but they also could have woken up in a coma and make it right. Help them as long as they need you. Whether it's long whatever there's a lot of the exactly exactly i think if anything it's also like maybe if it doesn't happen it's also it's a good. It's a good opportunity for them to introduce characters that with all the repercussions of all this. That's happening. I think is a good chance of the fantastic. Four are are gonna be coming real soon. And that's another thing another thing that caught my eye wanted to know what you who you think. It's going to be something that caught. My attention was when they were talking about. Sending things are communicating with them. Or something in the heck's and she says monica says there's an aerospace engineer that i know that will be up to the challenge that might be someone important to is not just going to be just anyone any are caught a high kwacha. Maybe they're maybe not even what i said. Maybe it's ri richards he's Saying saying he's an aerospace engineer is a little simplistic 'cause he can do way more than dog definitely can do all that you know. So richards could be. Hank mccoy beast. Which is what. I hope is who i hope it no Or that maybe just like suri you know. From what condon she metres. Somehow you know and now she's like okay. Well let's you know help. You know which i don't think conduct traditionally help government agencies like that for the remains is too much but it is a pretty big deal either way you know so it could be anyone who who do you do you think. Do you have any any without irony. Scratched the surface with dead. So hold on now. I cut that too now. I gotta go back to the starting signal who who it is but i. I don't know. I think it's a little bit too simplistic like you said to be re richards. And yeah i don't know for what somebody that that big And they can just to be a off. Shoot through kabealo colby. Yeah yeah. That's true. But i could be like a young richard so like still like he's still looking young. He's working for sword. You know just like if it was a he's working for you know that's how she knows him he's just a young promising. You know scientists or whatever you know before the rated richards love because but maybe even maybe even sue storm. She's also very smart. She gets overshadowed by richard because she's like the smartest world or whatever but she's also a brilliant scientist you know so we're maybe even hurt you know like i don't know but it's gonna be interesting. Somebody important is once. They do introduced richard. I really want to see the council of read. Counselor read verse. why not. Yeah like noon. That would be something fucking that or like if they ever did like the luminosity movie i would lose because tony stark's not going to be able to be in. Daphne drew my only problem with it. I want them to do. I want to add some weight for them to do. The secret. voice occurs and antivirus omar. God i know it'll be some time from now but they will give you all of my money. It makes me mad about that. Though is sensor impatient and introduce venom. We're not going to get venom like the proper way because like that's the thing sucks like that. Venom origin story is so fucking good. And it's like now 'cause mean don't that i it's vitamin three. They kinda did it. They really glazed over. I don't know why they needed to the origins. Yeah but formula that or agents of that spiderman. Three venom were good. Their origin story was what it was supposed to me. Full casting was cast choked. Casting choice was not the very last the suit when the suit and everything else was not good. So benham's character that you the rider winning it at all. Yeah i mean. You meant going. Even the tom hardy movie like it was okay. It was great. It was okay that tom hardy was made in two thousand three all. I can't think it was. It was just like what the don't get me wrong. I love tom hardy. Honestly i don't like too much tom. Hurry slander but i didn't hate the movie. And the only way. I can explain it. I was in there was really surreal. It was like. I was in high school watching a movie. And i was like this. Movie's theme like fifteen years. Yeah but but if it wasn't terrible but the the origin origin and the way they put that story together. I did not like it all. I mean tom hardy to me. Save the movie i mean. Don't get me wrong but humor that they grew a movie. That's how you're supposed to venom. Because he's very very dark Distict so they did get some of that right but again because of where when we grew up with that spiderman animated series. You either do benham right or you don't do that is by. The animated series honestly did so many stories right and like food got a lot of good ones and they actually have it right now. I believe it's on disney. Plus you could watch yet. It'd be do they even did. And pablo kind of talks about it. 'cause he he really watch it. I believe going up but they did a did did you. I think it was the spiderman the on channel eleven and it's like a we talked about when they did a like an original spider verse on it like before way before that. But i think what i told you. Is that some of these cartoons. Because i lived in mexico. I was living your soul That like i was. I had to stop watching our our little different. There's this the voice is different. The dialogue might be a little different and stuff like that. You know like goku voice in english. Right i try to watch. I try to push ternary. Watch it in english i. I couldn't get over his voice in english. And i was just no no. This voice in japanese is so much better it all much. I'll try to try to watch it in japanese with subtitles. God see how that. I'll try that but yeah some of this like even like i've never seen like rugrats in english oh shit who I saw i saw raucous modern life in english for the first time like three years ago. Oh i'd like that. That's that's what you're thinking about. Frank i do watch religiously like my favorite thing. Watch dot oled next next. That's another one. That's on disney plus that l. x. Men i recently started watching it again and do that. She was a dark fucking cartoon. There's there's one where i forget. What they were doing is because they go see they go find night crawler there. You know we're night. Crawler is and you know night. Crawler is very religious. And at one point wolverine like snaps. And he's just like there is no god knows like holy shit this make for fucking rita foley Great like it was awesome. That's crazy i was. I turned on. I turn on batman and was like bro. A joke was out here. Beaten harley quinn. Dini had a way of telling that story and it's funny because like lot of it's like it's a lot of influence when the show from the comics but paul of original stories and the thing into is paul documentary on how they made the show. Paul dini talked about how like they were allowed to get away with so much the what they couldn't get away with they could like in for it so as long as you didn't seeing it happened. But they took the message across. It was fine actually slap cool for women well on on a live tv. You're not allowed to show like any kind of thing that could be portrayed as sex which is weird right like snl they. When they do live sketches. They actually have to make sure that it's always assumed by the audience. It's never like very clear. Cut that there insinuating sex or a sexual act or you know it's really interesting. I didn't really a lot of like hoops to try to jump through to figure that out but you know being writers hearted. Yeah you but i guess like always said creativity comes from limitations them so i just makes you work harder for it. S you know all right though. Welcome to podcast thirty minutes. An intro nurture shit was today. We have a very cool gas. That you guys have been hearing already Dave lynch aka deemed profit. How you doing. I'm good man I just think like everybody else. We just ready to get the fuck out it This kobe I was talking to somebody about the vaccine. And i'm like i'm like at this point. I don't care if i grow enough leg. Thank you gimme shoot. That vaccine directly into my eyes wrong was the only way to get the vaccine is on in my penis do it give me. I go anymore. It's fine i'm not. I'm not trying to turn this into a social justice issue which everything inches. If you think about it but i was hesitant about it at first right. It was kinda like the same like i mean. I don't trust the government you know. I don't trust pharmaceutical companies. But i started seeing articles and all kinds of data that says that people of color are not getting it as much as wipe people. There are disproportionately being left out of there. That intentionally being left out get into maxine. Oh they're trying to get into. Why people more. I think it's safe i. It's if they were like really bad side effects projects in like we all would got an interesting probably find planned. Parenthood is doing backstage. Exactly clinton all that. It will be like that. So that's why like. Oh no it's probably pretty safe to do it. They've i saw that on your You are least video and you have it. Looks like a like. You're inside a stark suit and another year. There's pictures like when you're like in the donut place and still what. They wanna talk a little bit about that about that. So is funny Ah shadow testing he. Production do all videos Every video that you see Is from them if that changes. I'll update everybody. But i don't see that changing sound soon so we will these Meeting we were talking about. Oh what do we want to do. And he's i we should go to Randy and i'm like man home. Make no sense. Just go back talking. And he's i But you know. I'm thinking license superheroes shit and i own hold on. They talk about this. If we're gonna do superheroes is is called on it. So let's let's go. Let's let's do the press conference augier Good a press conference. Let's go to randy's a less find a way and he's like i can do the iron minutes shut the fuck and i swear he did it. That's it looks so good and man. I was impressed with what he did. the that mass song is is is really good. I'm unexcited to be able to perform that when we can actually do performances. That's not outside and thirty degree weather. Yeah but I'm excited to be able to do that. And you know that that song coming together with perfect for me I tony stark. Is there wait wait. He's missed his old seven. When i came up late late late you know started off my my basic movie life. You know the whole empty us being able to pay them is food. Go and you know. We started talking about some of the videos. Posted about my billionaire shit. Nobody was like real real real life. Problem with fucking hates only true. I've never thought about that. Tony stark assistant in real life. I will them some loops just elon. Musk without an iron man suit right now. I'd like to. It's coming along. Must never got kidnapped by terrorists. Exactly the we asked start. Now we can make it happen about. I'm i'm more worried about just visas. Do not become like other legit supervillain flush me. That's like out of respect him at that point. I'm like that is what you be culminates. You're basically lex luthor just got blackout the bowl going joke s and just go we. We know you're evil. We know you're able just call out and we'll just embracing and we'll like you more than me if you go to hell like why not be a similar like every every single sin in the book every day your molly thing is the reason. This shit ain't happened yet with a billionaire is because just think about all the billion as you know hey a tremendous put like one of mocking not a fucking one of them with maty jordan ability to fuck somebody when you're a billionaire 'cause they could like there's what i see is like they're always worried about people taking their money always people especially like and i'm not saying women in particular. I'm saying anybody that they're trying to fuck so. I think that that that might be like the way or like even like i heard this story. This girl had sex with the guy. That played steve and blue's clues agents okay on disclosure agreement after way story real quick real real site. Well my accent's dose like her first crush ever and was like steve. Bruce close once like like she started thinking of men like that. You know what. It'd be like a weakening. Tonight there was tons of i loosen. Here's a good amount of women that that happen to do. You know what i mean like. I think my first crush might have been the pink ranger so it was like. If you're like yeah. I can see why some women in my fucking steve got here. Cool power ranger fact. I know it's kind of a little off topic craziest thing. I've found out the other day but the actress that played scorpene a- stain grandma's funeral what one my grandma's funeral and i did not know until a month was upset to say the least i was beside myself. I have my aunt signposted. Because i went and saw a jason font who played the red ranger during prime force and i post the picture on my instagram and my aunt sent me a message saying oh i didn't realize are huge power ranger fan. My friend is this person. She sent me a picture. And send back. Are you fucking kidding me. Wanted me to meet scorpene. is that what. You're fucking telling me right now. I really don't think your grandma cared about that. I know she took me to a bunch of pirate shit. When i was a kid she would have been like what the fuck behind. Why don't you tell them. That's funny can now. I try. I'm trying to you know. Apparently there's good friends. So i'm just like can you make the podcast fucking love to want to be on the podcast. And he said we had to go through agency. So hopefully that's not the case hoover. Pena the guy that i want to go. The power ranger went to go see. Yeah and he was like dude. We go through agency for that shit. Get the fuck out the way next. What like i kinda tell pablo about this. Do you meet a lot. Do you like to do meet and greets with people who played major roles. I i gotta be honest like the funny shit about me as outgoing as i am as an artist i am injured by Like the the thought of meetings some other folks that i don't know makes you wonder back law. Short answers aylmer. It's an interesting thing honestly i. I've never been one doing wrong. It's cool to meet somebody. You've looked up to and like for me i when i got to meet The green the guy plays great arrow. Stephen mel like randomly met him. And i but it was different because it was a very like i saw him at a baseball game. And when i went to go meet jason font it was at a meet and greet and i hated every second of it not because he made a bad experience but because like he his job in that moment. When you're at that meeting is to make you feel special. And i just felt like fucking five year old like he was talking like the guy in front of me. He was like yeah man and i had this power ranger collection. He's like off for real. Yeah and they're all signed. And i met you in two thousand and thirteen and you're really cool to and he's like oh no way buddy and i'm like why is he talking to this guy like a five year old right now. It is a very. That's how they've grown man older. Didn't forty bro. chill the fuck out like it city. That's what they want. Yeah i'm trying to think of who will get me like that. Probably like eminem. I i i listen to radio healthy and yeah happy. Going the fuck out when i when i saw stephen melt like it was weird for me. Have kind of like a word vomit experience but it still wasn't like this like ego stroking thing. It wasn't like. I was more like concerned like i just didn't know how to control my my voice. My voice my what was coming out for a second and these guys were there to tell that guy how much they loved him. Which i thought was very strange. What you go to a meet-and-greet foreleg. I don't ever go to them. Like i honestly went to this. I was like oh this is different. I i haven't really gone honestly can say i've never gone to a meet-and-greet no like for that reason. Like maybe i was there because something else was going on also but like even when we went to comic con like we really go go. I don't like him or i don't like the experience which sucks like. I really wanna meet the the green ranger. Tom jason. For jason david. Frank i would love to meet that guy but also like this experience really turned me off the whole meet and greet thing so press like how many how many do you think they could just see like day in and day out and just like you know like that's gotta be tiring hope. I see my coworkers every day. And it's like down is like you're okay. But so am i am i am i clark can't My clark kent. Job i work. I work at hotels for a long time. So i used to work at in santa monica and i will. I would meet all these celebrities and the one time. I just locked in an embarrassed shit out my so fucking rick flair walk through the door a flare i. I couldn't even pretend it's it's fun is rich list. The nation boy likes yeah. I was like so he asked me for something. It was something stupid like okay now brings them ice that around. I was like it. And i looked at my heart. Was i smiling. He's looking nomination. You're so fucking ever hours. How many cheese. I know you sort of what he's like he's like. I think we should get somebody else to take the ice his room. That's mark bucking ear. Which you know okay watch My name is yeah. it's going around. I watched a few episodes not. I didn't get into it that much. But if you you know man right yes yeah. Funky in deuce. Oh my god Li- eat he. Bits them moan about not having the exact groom he wanted and i was like this month. Call my phone more time conditioning. Moaning and complaining it. Yes but he because he's so like his voice so chill. He wanted him people that insult you but he don't. You don't pass net. You is just real on real rude. You need to understand there were you. Are you talking about event. Like oh this guy's been a dick right now while he should have said that shit like if somebody gail did at you you've got oh so we we one of us gotta go away right away but if it's like that it's like wait smoker motorola china. Yeah gelling what they're saying. You're right all right calm down. Yeah but you know you know what so in in that whole round. What i actually noticed was the huger celebrities. And i don't know why maybe it's just because they have publicist shifted to the assholes but the largest celebrities i actually have better Interactions with dan like your b and see list. But i think a lot of times they let your publicist the attack dogs. Yeah and it allows them to be nice but my personal interactions with with the celebrities are always good but there may be a whole. You know Smoke and mirrors strict. They plan on youtube so they're protecting their image right right right. He's happy about something. They tell their their assistance. They're like hey go take care of. Its fired. Right luther protecting their image. You know what. And it's things like that that mistakes that were even if it's genuine year they're being genuine or really protecting your image like that is what helps you get to that level. What else has this other guy bid on. I couldn't tell you one thing you things but yeah he didn't really blow up too much you know. After he got a little paycheck for my name is earl and he started acting up out of his little though they syndicated that show. I'm not as show was rolling. No so he he. I mean little as opposed to this argentina's celebrities to them. It's probably very little to me. It's more than i've made in my life probably probably i'm sure you know but to compare them to probably right. He ain't got no publicist attack. Exactly yeah that probably helps you to that spot to the top them. That's true that's true. I think lows Nick cage A full disclosure. I unlike nicky eight as i. So i love the weatherman With the shit with travolta with Face off off all levick on. If you don't say you don't say gone with sixty seconds. Go out again. No you but it rain here. Can you hear that shit. But here's my and maybe. I'm maybe i'm wrong. I'm not a fucking actor and you can go to juilliard. I just always feel like somebody else could have been better the internet. I will take and i. I think you know what it is is is. His demeanor is the and i'm not to piss. People off is the canneries demeanor. Is that very cold piece of acting almost unresponsive right leg right right in four four four kiana. There are certain roles billeted may come on. I'm not going to disrespect. You know what. I'm saying. Like i understand what that is Fucking matrix. I understand what that is. Nobody could have done that. Okay so i'm not going to disrespect you owe. Nobody is kidding me john. I think somebody else could add. I'm sorry i agree with you on that. But john even would. That's that's john. Wicker's a cold on the fucker. You know i us. He's a coleman for heat. Heating time to be showing expression like i don't especially in this three movies. I think they take place like within the same week or seven days right seven days so the interesting has had no. He has been being chased in. Try to be murdered. The whole time for saturday part about this movie series is designed to be a movie series of trying to be One fucking movie and you see that and even even going into the second movie you could still kind of feel like maybe we wanted you but then really making hangover movies right like. They're so successful. That we gotta make another only have who we should we should i. Add should have been what i think i think. I think the actors were very very hesitant back to even the second one the third one you even like saga fanatic is. I don't remember where it was. It was one of his specials. I think it was just a set. Did somewhere but he was like. I needed another house or something like that. Yeah the money wasn't fucking phenomenal. Can i yeah. I gotta i gotta be taken serious at one point. I think they still gonna make like fort. Like i would say two three more of these john lake movies. Which helps you think at all. I think they did announce that it's going to be a for sure. We need to see. How is it a fake his death. Because i don't think he's gonna die. No i mean they asked the director and they're like he was like You guys watching movies. There's no way he's gonna be fine. How this look at this this no way he's gonna be okay literally in the world because been hunting three days like these guys are still asking me. If he's gonna be fine allen of course. You know that that. I killed that. I john wayne movie though is so crazy like i love the the way that they really setup how soft he kind of was becoming. Even after his wife's death you would never would have guessed. He was an assassin up until like that happens and then he breaks open that case scandal. I mean it just seemed like a soft. Do i thought it was more of a horror movie than anything. 'cause i i watched. I hadn't seen the trailer which i was like. Oh shit it'd be some crazy horror movies shit and then it would win win the fucking mob. Boss goes into his safe and blows off the dust off. The phone has his little black book. That has john wicks. Phone number calls him and picks up the phone and doesn't say shit the entire conversation and hangs up on him when he's like john let's not resort to our our instinct and then click. I was like yeah. This guy is obviously very powerful is begging them not to do shit as soon as as soon as as john leguizamo. Tell some because he calls me. Why did you hit my kid. Says he tells them john wicks like. Oh hey jared tell them you see it like oh while we're in we're in trouble. Yeah and i mean and the third one like was like a didn't like some of the stuff was like. Where are you going with this. Let's no point to this by that time. I like the action so much that i don't care saturdays. Starting to see john wick as saisi the fast and furious movies. Yeah it makes sense. But i want i like seeing card and stuff like that keep coming. Keep them coming. I have not a fast and furious. Movies miss tokyo's oh so you watch like the worst one and then will will that now by the way so my my brother love's cars so like when he was younger he we watched the first two in a was three. There was no three. They went to tokyo drift. There was two fast two furious and then tokyo drift. Yeah you're right right right. And i just gave a. I was like i'm good. Some sure changed and is is i i. It's not even like they just get better and they just do whatever the fuck they want they break the law was i saw after last movie came out. Yeah i saw along. That said go ahead. I saw that said Defensive for your screw might as we'll find the avengers now and i'm like yeah know it's crazy. I was washington this video. That was breaking down. Some of the most cringe ius movies or scroogiest moments. That have come across the fast and furious time since dropped all the movies and you know what it's crazy because i can't believe i never thought about this too. They said it. I think as i was so caught up in the action in one of the movies dom kind of because evil but he turned on his family and they catch him in his car and they all around him in their cars and they had they had have some kind of like hooks inserted in the in the in the cars that they shoot at his car so his guards in the middle surrounded by a bunch of cars in the all. Have these hooks shot into the car and then instead of just reversing at one of them just reversing pulling the car all of them start to burn out their wheels and it doesn't make sense because they're not really pulling anything but it looks cool as hell for did look. I guess i was trying to make the whole time. None of it makes sense at all. I know that were taken. I didn't even realize that. Because i was so caught up in the action and then watching this video where it's like. Yeah if one of them just would have been like break okay. d- ask. They would have just destroyed his car. Like that's a yeah. We think that for even the first one you know. There's more where they're like. Oh i forgot like his car has like five hundred horsepower under and the next like no seven hundred horsepower and then no thousand horsepower. Literally go up to like they. Just keep going. It didn't even make sense walk. You've never seen the car with a thousand fuck you. That's a fucking rocket off the us you know like not even spaceships have that much horsepower. Globe so hot here. I said i started trailer for that. Hobbes haase's show why it was too much. I didn't ask soda. Trailer with iraq had like a hook in carter. Got them helicopter out like that was my favorite part of the movie love. I'm not. I'm i'm done three movies ago. I will say stop hiding this. I'd love to fast. And furious. Franchise the book i love. I love wes anderson. And i love daniel day lewis and you know i love a david lynch all this artistic amazing movies. I wanna see the rock. I wanna see the rob pull chopper down with his hands on reminder. I'm a fucking hypocrite. Because i love mission impossible. So i'm a fucking hypocrite light. Yeah but movie is different though. Because it's a spy movie. It's already set up so anything can fucking happen. It wasn't much either way in the next last movie fast and furious at their ending on. They're going to fucking space okay. There's no way they don't get the space they started. They started stealing like car stereo since shit super soldier america minutes because his John cena who's playing his brother in the new movie is a spy. And he's going up against dom. So what does that tell. Star is gonna take. Take the captain. America's serum and then. That's it thomas again. A car accident and then this is. His charge is going to become part of him and thanked him. We love we love crossover. We love crossover. So let me fucking fast and furious crop across crossing fucking transformers dominate arc like toronto dominic. Treadle drive optimus prime. That mostly shut getting chased. Not he he wants. he's inside of. they're trying to get away there. They got ambushed right there's just dominate optimus prime and optimus prime. Obviously yes in driven him because he drives himself right and they're like no. I'm going to speak to the machine part of you right now. Just let me do this. And respect for that. He gives them control and optimus prime like like really respect for that because he's not car at the all these amazing things red backflips with the truck. Like crazy stuff. You know that program right at the end. The movie movie optimus prime transforms looks at dom is and says because we're a family and then dom gut a A space gonorrhea. Because that's all they if he's shifting while he's driving optimus prime does that mean. He's just touching optimus prime's dick he wasn't he got a crash like he's like no don't stop dominic thereto dyson species of the whole carry. No i'm okay. I'm okay with that ending. I think that's optimal optimus prime this just clock in everybody's business grabs said that they're going. They're going to space. That's where they meet the septa cons and then the fucking ought save them and that's how the next movie. It's the crossover when we see now. It is guys ready to go our dave. Thank you so much I feel like we got caught up in talking about other things more than your projects apologized but also it was a really good dog. We love having you on Do you want your social media and stuff like that. Yeah And don't worry about that. The point isn't for people to get to know us. So i think you know just flooding projects. Ain't a ain't the only thing so you can fall day. 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All we need is love...in Business!

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48:10 min | 5 months ago

All we need is love...in Business!

"Thanks for joining us at the business growth cafe where each week. We select from a menu of topics for a focused discussion with an industry expert to provide insights that can impact your business's growth with your host angelo ponzi. I angela ponder your host here at the business growth cafe thing and thank you for joining love. All we need is loud. all we need is love daba. All we need is love but we do. Do you associate love with business now. That's a very interesting concept. Do you equate love with your business. So if you think about the broader definition of love compassion empathy support care affection generosity gratitude whether it's really business or non business it's really broadening out in being more compassionate about the people that you work with the people in your life will. Interestingly enough on my show today. I have bruno sig nocco. He is a authority when it comes to love now. Not the love were thinking about. Don't get get that out of your mind. We're talking about love when it comes to empowering employees to want to work harder to want to be more involved to want to feel like they are achieving in your business. He is a bestselling author international speaker tons of books that he's written. He actually even lectured at the university of the polytechnic which is called westminster westminster university now in downtown london a region street where i actually went to school and he was not my teacher. 'cause he's a little younger than i am but it's a great an interesting principle that i think is going to help change. Maybe give you different. Perspectives you're thinking about this today. It's it's a really interesting conversation. I hope you stay tuned because it really makes you think a little bit different about. Not only about your employees. It's about your vendors about your partner's that both in and outside of business so all we need is love. Stay tuned. i'll be right back. Your strategic plans are essential to managing your business growth. Spend the time to develop a cohesive roadmap to follow to ensure your entire team is moving in the right direction. These plans should take the insights and the brand strategy. Where you've already completed to help you achieve your long term business and growth objectives as well as keep you competitive. These are actionable plans and should include the details of achieving. Your growth including tactical implementations timelines budgets. Kpi's for success developing your plant as a team sport. Make sure you include the stakeholders of each year strategic department in your organization because everybody in the company is impacted by the success or failure of your points the following our six key questions to ask yourself. You have a clear understanding about what you're trying to achieve number two. What does your brand stand for in the eyes of your customers three. Why do your customers buy from you for what are your competitors and five. What is your approach to sound. Where are your opportunities for revenue coming from and number six. How can you differentiate yourself from your comment. Visit the pod group dot com to learn more. As i mentioned today i'm with bruno santiago. We are going to be talking about love and how it can help. Impact your growth in your business and make everyone want to work harder. Feel more welcomed and more loved. Welcome to the show. Thank you very much voting bite. I feel very honored thank you. You're welcome i'm excited. I mean this is going to be an interesting conversation really. It focuses around love and and how we can move love to influence business and do a lot of other things so it's a as we talked in our kind of a pre show a few weeks ago it. It's really interesting. And and how you've taken this content context of love and how you've really Embodied it into how businesses can improve really looking forward to this conversation but to help put things in content or context for my audience. Wants to take a few minutes. Explained who you are what you do in. Then we'll get into the show. Thank you very much well. I'm a professional speaker. Iceberg speak one white and also make consultant international marketing and also in social entrepreneurship. Moso moso elected different universities the u. k. And based in london an order. So i'm a research it. On business topics different. Be still picks. My new book on is social business. It will be called compassionate business. Okay fantastic by the way. Do you ever lecture at the Westminster university and i give it took in westminster. You and you. Better c. t. But i come here but they gave it took for the department oversight corner they are and the people compassionately business and people were delighted with mytalk. These was it the second team. So i actually went to school there. Okay okay and the time. It was called the polytechnic of central london. Okay i was in london and thirteen. I think two thousand thirteen is always excited to go back to the university and out then i noticed it was called westminster but i walk into the into the entry way and standing there in all those memories started flooding back and i wanted to yell out to the kids. Hey i used to go here. I'm a classmate of yours. But then they figured out some creepy guy. So i didn't want to do that very good. University the new composting near baker street but make baker street not landowners. Good very good universities. One of the most what rank hearing the uk fantastic. Yeah it was a great experience. I can honestly say though. My grades did suffer. Because i spent more time travelling around to france and germany and in the netherlands at that time and instead of spending it in school. But it was a for me. It was an incredible experience in i. I'm glad i got a chance to do it biblical so i'm going to start off by some questions. I always like to ask my guests it and you do a lot of things i mean. You're you're lecturer your teacher. You're a marketer. So i'm and you can pick which one you on a focus on but when you think about growing your business right because as entrepreneurs that's something we always think about what keeps you up at night but as is a businessman. What are those struggles early. If you will that keep you up night thinking about growing your business. Something that keeps me up at night is tried to look for companies that can be developing business. Pro xix on cumby both profitable and can be human oriented. I can't comment about my my last clients. My clients fortunately cup chosen. Then because their that are not only to focus on improving the business to become more successful to become much more thriving but at the same time they can be focused on will be called the three per butter lime which means getting for profit important caring for people in the. We don't like customers suppliers. Employees community members are not cutting for the planet daddy's a new generation of companies. Fortunately that are taking up these new trend it will be called conscious. Capitalism consciousness these important because companies tend to focus only on the business about a business activity but they forget the human activity. But keep me up at night. These that i'm looking for more companies to catch up with this trend. Trend up conscious. Capitalism trained up human oriented enterprise the trained up compassionate business. Okay in for me. Of course in in any business you have to have prophets in order to to survive in. Certainly we see a lot of environmental changes and and it more businesses either giving back or doing something. But today's conversation i think is gonna focus around that people aspect right. We always can say without customers. We have no business. But i like to say we. If we don't treat our employees right we don't have those employees that are feeling that they've been treated correctly impassioned to help the business grow. I don't care what ever else you have. Nothing else was gonna work right. So employees are are so key and everything we do so true and signal totally employees but also customer community members suppliers business partners the media the government we call these stakeholders individual with interesting our organization so important. And you're so right. Because we are reliant on human beings. They building break-up any business activities. The human being it. We don't care for the human being will be will be unable to achieve or this key performance indicators such as profitability productivity efficiency. Why because these indicators are. They not result of the interaction between the company and the stakeholders to when a company develop win agreement with all the stakeholders wendy develop up long-term relationship with a mutually profitable. These company is more prone to achieve indicators many company focused on the indicators are they dismissed. The relationship with this is take orders and this is counting tweety but by focusing on the relationships because any companies interdependent with other stakeholders no commpany concrete on. Its own naturally relationship. These key performance indicator tim to be a cheap naturally organically will call but is important for many businesses what they observed in the last few years catching up with the train but many companies have very traditional focus. Only on come. What can be counted can be mission. Forty example profits markets. Say our sales. What can be measured very precisely and this is not bad but we have to focus also on qualitative us because pieces would kind of be miserable kind of be counted such as companionship camaraderie. Loyalty commitment. these are important aspic as important as the quantitative desperate peace so video input. Yeah we tend to a lot of times think about employees but to your point. It's really about the people that we work with. Not only the into your vendors your partners in so i you know we talk about customer centrisly right customer focus customer first but it really is about everybody. We deal with first because you can have. Let's take an example right year. You're tweeting your customers. Well you treating your employees well but you tweet your vendors poorly and that that throws everything off balance a really is a kind of a cohesive community of the businesses have to consider in that before you answer. One other thing is to me. The starts at the top right starts at management and pushes down. So let's get your perspective on all of that that they started the towpath also kind of start button top so both cases the approaches. If you're an employee you can make your contribution as an employee if you are a ceo. Obviously you are more likely to make a bigger contribution. You can start anywhere whether you are. I want to say that it show right and this is interdependent. The famous stephen covey upset at no company can try by itself no company contrived on each own i want to paraphrase a famous philosopher that upset. No man is an island. I will say no companies are nyland will rely on customer supplies employees community members an other stakeholders and when we tweet wail in a compassionate and caring way they to respond in a similar way. There is a famous law in social psychology. that is called the law of reciprocity order. Principal precip prosperity that was mentioned by the famous caller dini. He upset that not prejudice. Quite simple when you treat people in support away. They tend to respond in a similar way. When you two people in a negative way and kidding way when you're treating them in a non compassionate way they tend to withdraw. They tend not to cooperate so three different individuals customers are place employees community members business partners in a compassionate way. Bring about stronger relationship but also much more business activities because when you take for example drink customer in a compassionate way. You're kidding within and you select the best product for them to have the face value the bitter the best price. These customer is more prone to come back but also this customer is more prone to recommend your company to other potential customers will be called prospects. He said when you customer in a compassionate way you focus on your on your prophet. You don't care for what they want. These customers to come back and also might leave. Even negative reviews online would will push other customers away. This play to employees as you mentioned in. Police are so important in police interface between the company and different steno stakeholders you've been pretty feet the not pay the good saturday that feud not forty simple recognized israel. Totally about money can nice in a very kind way for their contribution for example with thank you note of for example celebrated with an event for the contribution that employees may to this business. Prochet these employees feel that they don't count they don't matter for today's organization and so this when the will look for other job positions wipe because they don't feel that they're being value appreciated so i always told my class appreciation is evading simple and straightforward way to care for valuable state quarters. Well the in you in you outlined an emmy. It is a simple process if a company wants to do a simple. Thank you note a simple. Thank you note to your customers for the order. I mean i handwriting notes all the time and send them to my clients instead of an email. That's impersonal right. We we email in business all the time but a handwritten note it. It was interesting when when we're in the thick of covid. And i saw this book. And i've got one of them's sitting here hanging on i'm gonna grab it. It's called stay. Positive encouraging quotes messages to fuel. Your life with positive energy and and the show this to you doesn't work quite work and and i really wasn't powered by this and and it made me feel good in in. Give me that positive outlook. So i bought a bunch of them at. I started sending him to clients to new people that i admit to partners. And you know that one little gesture really ingrained in a lot of thank yous and in some people telling me now they were giving him through their employees and and so. It doesn't take much to to do that. And there's a gentleman in london of his company's called friday pulse and if you've heard of them and they basically their businesses about happiness along with the we had actually has a program that that they take to monitor the happiness of their employs. So to your point there is so much energy into understanding that the people are not commodities. Right there they're a valuable asset to the business. If you lose a key employees especially the cost of replacement outrageous cost that you know they bring them on board so true by. You seem any company that treats and praise like cox in messina is system and is not so they treat them. Preset you say. Commodity isn't a good impre. Don't don't want to feel this way but don't want to highlight. You're so true with what you say thirty. Somebody search on these observed to autun sunday and o.'neil that upset that workplaces working vitamin tara loving supportive. They tend to bring about hiding place at the faction. High customers set the function lower imprint nobre lower employee absenteeism lower stress levels and all these indicators impact positively on on what's online which means prophet. So this means that being supported to others not only transit relationship with them but at the same bring about economic benefit for the company so it's not about compassionate by we saw that you can be compassionate human oriented and also profitable so we don't have to only focus on one of these to us but also both can be possible you know one of the things that You mentioned an an. And i've talked about in the past and in at mentioned today but i think in your book we talk about employee burn out and and work life balance. We i mean that is the holy grail. Right we it. Is we talk about it here about people want it but so many times just out of reach. People don't understand what that work life balance can do for somebody and do for your employees and do for you personally and so. How do you work with your company's in in both setting up this to help them achieve their their their clients their customers their employees work like balance but important question for estrus. We know that it's very bad for any type of performance because his where people distress they tend to adopt a free flight mode. What impairs temporarily. They're thinking of creative. People are stressed at list creating listening vacated so we know these people who are tired they focus only on basic thing. They of make elaborate descending on specific things so what. I'd assist the company that i buy on these east to have a very important life balance so employees should work. Maximum time that these determinants hunky said by law but in some cases in the case of pandemics employees son challenge. She's they need flexible time. In some cases they need to start later. Sankei see the in some cases. They can work sundays part time. I always had by company to be kidding with this employees. Because in this pandemic employees tend to be much more sensitive much more anxious much more fearful and also continually get in contact because in some cases. There is a lot of social distancing. But that there shouldn't be emotionally distressing. We should be connected. We should develop trust inc. Bond with this employs employs. You said this one of the most important resources in this capacity to resources because resources are to be used in cases abused employees had a very important way to achieve the objectives of any company impreza. They one developing new products in one dealing with customer improv. Once told me in progress we don't care for robots robots that they were in a in a very limited way. Disrupt me because physical need. They need to raise. I always by company that gave for example. Every hour will improve entitled to have diminished brick. Impre- shoot cup. Also not only a business compensation but they should have any other type of competition. What i commented about in my book. I call this natural compensation compensation about their family friends that pastime. That should be at least. I always assistant company. That could be very stressful working vitamin i always say shit that they should for example have one social event a month so that they can improve their hair down. They can't relate only personal liberty. This event could be a now and could be obviously impressed. Talk about budgeting or costing or anything that relates to be. But they will talk about their dreams. That speculation that sarah's in the past the expediencies so anything that these personal because impluse not only rational as many company will will think about them but also the commotion on us pick the physical aspect speedy trial aspects socialist as important as this restaurant. Less people continually the monday by companies to seeing couple Appropriate so are you. Always such as natural compensation intertwined with business compensation but also keeping in time to reflect when embrace bed lines. But they're appreciate is they. Can clearly the there is a myth. That many police can multitask multiseason. Meath a no companies should be mother and employs too many things at the same time so it should be treated us human being. We listened to me niece. that should be a nottage. The one thing. I do wanna wanna i want to go back you talked about. We need social distancing. But we don't need his emotional distancing. And i think that's an extremely important point that with what we're doing now in spending our time zooming if you will that It's it's more difficult to connect on a social level. But it's not impossible in so. I encourage you know my listeners to to do that and really think about how that's done certainly in a safe way and i know some of my friends including myself we've been going out golfing and we've been you know sitting outside and and social distancing but getting in front of each other a little bit more but being being safe about it so i think that's a great point that there is that back to that striking that balance. I wanna ask you though we in the companies that you deal with are they in looking at this this consciousness business consciousness. If you will here we go. Is it more european. More american american companies tend to be less or more resistant to this kind of approach than european on jeeter agent companies. Yes i will save. Many is very good question. I will say that it put the simply you have to type of cultural environments culturally and vitamin that. We call this high context cultural in vitamins for example country since away. Show our context quartering vitamin. That are more prone to be community-oriented more prone to be less individualistic. And they're more prone to for example. Celebrate that team collectively or the and then you have ten countries that are belong to the western hemisphere that we call this individualistic countries low contests countries that the focused much more facts. Difficult much will be in the middle men and not so much on relationships Not so much for example. A collective timmy. But in detail show you see that for case will be a winded country or setup. Country will be the uk or america but also in the case of china. Japan will be much more community oriented so upset at the principle that time teaching and training people on these principles are much more likely to be a city by company tar from the eastern tradition. This man that country. that are much more community-oriented that much more connectivity. We call this instead of the country. That tend to be much more individualistic than to be much more focused. On if personal development goal orientation individual patient show but in practice we can see the displaced people because not so many companies are practice principal. Incentives you find an autocracy stance. They will say how you can talk about. Love it well talking about business. And i try to tell them we're not talking about it. Limited connotation of lab. They love that you've seen from your family friends or this is a good connotation blood but we'll in about we much wider connotation which implies compassionate empathy supportive care generosity and much more humanistic approach love. And this kind of relationship are known business right now. They understand that it is a why that approach on love is not the love that we limit to our inner circle and they feel that they there is a potential to be much more supportive to be much more killing with a simple as but as i mentioned companies that are from the eastern in michigan are more likely to assist this. This finished these principles as compared to the one that are in the western hemisphere. Okay so actually. I was a great segue. Because we're talking about love and the context and and really is compassion. Empathy support carrying Generosity gratitude. I think of affection is is in there as well. So these are a lot of touchy feely kinds of things right and and kind of the conversation that we're having is a lot of businesses tend to think about facts tend to think about prophets it. Now we're talking to them or you were talking to them about this broader concept up of of love in the sense of being empathetic to get back our conversation employees and vendors and all these kinds of thanks so when you're when you first start to or maybe just give me a story when you first start to work with a company on this concept to get them to think differently. Tell me a story of something. One of your clients that that really grasp it and then and then maybe one. That didn't quite grasp it okay. Okay continue study without disclosing their name of the company because of a confidentiality comment about company. That was focused on on profit and the company was tradition. What's thriving in the way of business but the potential for a because growth and also. I get training online and the company was reluctant at the beginning but was obviously was open to to a training. Nontraditional trainer will call what they upset that they because there is no top. Eighteen group dynamics employees a when when going through say for example a very simple exercise. What you appreciate. We got in this colleague. What they were what can you. How can you appreciate the contribution for this colleague. This seven simple questions that many people don't ask themselves when they're working in specific working vitamin so i showed that the the the climate the inner city of this workplace change will shift. It was obviously improve and people Gnising the value of each other because also we been the working vitamin. We need each other. Not only that. The company needs suppliers. Need customer need a business partner but everybody you. They need to work as a team. They need to achieve the uptake. The collectively what upset that at the very short training will generally short training no longer than they. It would be a start because not only than each other but torso tweeting each other in a much compassionate much more compassionate way but also finding commonalities. This is important. Because in the piece of you have different pros you have different function different job specification and these tend to separate but in practice. What will impress wont in practice. They want to feel that they're that they're controversial. Count mutters their continued into a meaningful purpose and we found that even with different backgrounds different approaches differential different independent department employees could find common ground. Show come grandma is important to create essential communion uneven. Ceo's that where people are suffering human resources department that very traditional in many cases denver. Stewed that is not totally about applying techniques because many companies. What they do they tried to give me the strategy humidity the taxes to to go through these or give me the way to approach this strategic approach. But here we're talking about principles. Principle the tar bedding qualities or value that are timeless copy apply now can be applied in the future twenty of time later on and this will be the same principle will apply. We should be talking about this principle because they are so commonplace on an common sense on what they upset also also when in the train we buck. Everything would research. When i showed the research of what what companies doing practice when they applied his principal. How they can keep. It be began a business project and much. More profit of gator. Her bitter much market will not only calm beans because of expediency in the prices but also at the same time. This was validated by seated was set exempt company. So then many exemple company but that account you an example of many famous companies on. Client that this bygone. You close company. People that compassionate that the child key at forty employees when it go to war. They don't have to worry about care. Why because this is paid by the company in employee cup to what without what happened with care and this is making things easier. Impressed feel at least will be called in science. Psychological safety therapies become go extra might instead will impress three like coke seen it in a machine. They feed their commodities. They will try to buy the book. The minimum possible they might get distress and need to get to a straight. They will look for other opportunities. So i feel that is showing in practice. I tried to do a notable dynamics and also a shopping bucking this with research may company sent and appraise more aware that this is possible and also explain how important to treat customer customers in a compassionate way or short. We have a training buddies called compassionate customer relationships. We sprint that. He's not about sailing up to customer whispering about serving customers instead of using selling mode which is focused on the company. We tried to add value to discuss discussing. We try to sell program for them and don't wait to so return to know what the parents had about saw to know their needs to know that expectation to focus on din notorious. Yeah well that's an important point. Because i i always kind of been my mantra for years. And that's know your customer goal. You don't know the needs wants the behaviors in in the psychology of who. You're selling to you. It is just a an exchange of goods for services yet. You're trying to build a relationship and make it much much broader. And i think you know you talked about companies bringing a daycare and things on an. I've worked for several men. My clients and i know others that work for companies. That do that. And i think that becomes a much more important amick. 'cause your about carrying it's about serving it's about taking care of but so when you do your training and and do all this and there's certainly a time period within that then you walk out the door that means somebody inside needs to be the champion it in typically who is that champion because hr tends to be more traditional in nature versus upper management. But who who runs that. I mean i assume that you You know you have continual contact with client just disappear but somebody on the day to day. Basis has to be that champion. Who is that champion generally could be the human debris resources department human resources department a full of people that are open minded so especially newton rations. That are much more. Open minded unleash traditional much more innovative but could be any. Because i will tell you. Mike lynch come by recommendation for another client. So it's increase. It could be that if friend talk about to another friend about this type of training and these bush commanded to the ceo. The mancial kisa entry. Point can come from any any anywhere because if but this important is that should be what improved that is interested in this type. Principles can create positively prefects and also very short training so nothing to lose a no strings. Attached is not a train that would take many months so company find is very accessible and find these that they don't have anything to to lose and will be more to to to gain from this type of training show. I feel that these important but humor assorted the permanent. I find that they're very open here for something that you that very open minded because the cup all type of traditional training but also the not traditionally trained for example. mindfulness meditation. You see daichi dominican teaching nontraditional disciplines to impress this very good because employees shooting before was in oregon business that not only businesspeople abobo data people more than this beaten and we don't focus on the people are we focused only on that role or on the financial where limiting decent role is very limited. Way to approach it pre. He's very important for business but we have the the human being imprint when they go to the working vitamin they don't leave their emotion outside. They don't leave their personal family permanent site even they tried to do. But we're complex being we're beings which increased musical things physical aspect emotional aspect speedy Social aspect. what you what do you think is the most misunderstood thing about your service and people working with you right because it is a a concept. Someone has to eventually embrace. So but so what's misunderstood when somebody approaches you about what you do yet misunderstood these that. Some people believe that is not related to be as an also some people believe that soft unpremeditated sophist kills. My opinion on shelf has killed. Wrongly called sorta ski self esteem. That dr as important any other type of excuse for soap by when i relate these to san like emotional intelligence i mentioned for putting the during the training goldman the author of the book emotional intelligence who upset that the emotionally intelligent is to recognize our don't emotion and experience an overtly but also developing more compassionate loving relationship with others and as printed this can be applied to business to when backward so with different author front research and also keep example of companies. These misunderstanding ten to the good but obviously some people believe that this case will knowledge or information or it but it's related to a very important. A new scientist called positive site corner. She put to decide corsi that upset many research on studies on these upset when you think in a positive way when you treat people in a positive way you are more prone to today bitter. Ibs vitamin and obviously tend to focus. On what can be done not what you can become debt so it is back by science so i feel that what were companies are getting convenience when they buck these by science and by example so is not only my opinion in brooklyn criminal topic sample and references about signed spike in each session. Try not to make these arbitrary because this will have been researching for a while another fence one researching on this. So i feel that. But they've always it'd be talk receipt and at the beginning because many compass there are so traditional and so focused on the bottom line not reporter light and they might find it be be challenging but being ready to be traditional in this current era. You have to be innovative. Because if you're not gonna wait other companies will do so other companies are more prone to take on these innovation trend jerk in and you know prior to co had an unemployment least here in the united states and i think around the world. It was too easy for people to jump ship right if they come. There were their expectations. Were not being met by the corporation. It'd be easy. Disco change jobs. And so i think that there is a a a there needs to be a better understanding about the needs and wants of the employees as well As we've been talking about you know of the things that i i. Would i think about what we're talking about today. In the responsibility within the organization and and being more business conscious it really goes back to them. What is the focus of the mission right that that should be part of the mission statement if you will of the of the company which sometimes requires him to go and readjust and so when you're working with with your clients do you help them redefine their mission statement. Acs so true. I was thinking about this very good question. So yes because the mission from the conscious petty should be meaningful. But being in full doesn't mean only meaningful funday konami perspective standpoint. This means getting profit. Selling more products are getting much market. Share this is important because we saw kamikaze are portland. Not only for business or bible but also for success but also then should be added aspects so the mission should be related to distribute voter nine. How we impac on economic for simple parameters in a particular way. Profit marquette have same. Halloween beckham people in employees customer supplies. And how we but for example on the planet so mission should have economic classic linked to the mission and also known economic aspect but they upset. Many companies have difficulty to show employees how they are contributing individually to their mission and this is important for companies to have frequent meetings. Let's say once every two weeks to show that their actions matter to their team of these mitch on this means that the link between india election that are fun on a daily basis and the big purpose. We had a hearing this market. So i think what i think. What you just said is really important. I when i'm developing a marketing plan. I always write an internal marketing plan because if the employees don't understand what they're trying to achieve that they don't understand what the businesses trying to achieve and their contribution. I i love that. You said that because it is so important that everybody needs to understand how they contribute that what they do has some impact on the business not only in the business and has impact on other people. I kind of frame this as the sales guy wants to bring in a million dollar order. Well the million dollar order can't be fulfilled or can be fulfilled but it impacts manufacturing impacts inventory impacts accounting the may impact. Hr because they gotta go by get more people to come on board so it isn't just sales at the silos. Have to come down and it is a team sport. Not not an individual sport when we're thinking about business because every step success or failure mistake or non mistake has an impact on everyone within the organization and and so. I really push and talk about this. 'cause i think it's so important that we take this holistic view and that's actually statement. I use a holistic view of the organization. I liked this meal. We call systematic authentic approach. This means that every part of the company were like a component subsystem. They're all interconnected and they will make sense of the whole so this means that iraq or contributing to the whole and there are necessary to hold. But also you're right in place should not only know that the company is obviously linked to a mini formation. but also the same time when a company have meaning. It'd meaning for me sean. These companies are likely to attract talented people to retain talented people to and also trying to bring about much more customer satisfaction because there is a new generation of customer only focusing on a customer is inappropriate by an pro bringing about profit focusing on company. The conscious these mean. They tried to benefit company that supporting the environment. That are kidding for people. So when companies are meaningful with our mission there tend to attract bitter customers attracted employees and also the community into this company in a better way. Yeah i love that but we are. We are starting to come down to the end here. So i have really one more question for you. What inspires you. What what gets you out of bed in the morning every day. what what. What's that inspiration that drives you well. What inspire me is. My passion is to spread the world and to spread the word. In for instance in some cases i trained organization that are much more related to academic sector for university. In other cases i trained companies that are more related to different sectoral primary sectors secondary sector. Sally sees but spring in the world. Because i feel that this is so important for me to recognize in the human being as the building break over any business activity. And i feel that this is not is so obvious for many companies. I want to split this war as much as possible to give me passionate in the morning and also giving me very willing to continue working on this and keep on searching on and keep on training companies these but also spread in. The world is fundamentally roadshow. Hopefully my little contribution to this field would make is on ripple effects that can change on case chief into war compete seem vitamin. That's like dropping the rock in the in the pond and watching the ripple effect in that short term. Some of its long term. I mean it's not easy to steer a big ship and turn it around. And i think that a lot of corporations are especially now. It's going to be really interesting to see what happens as we continue in this this environment and as we start to come out of it and how businesses will operate differently and how they've done through this covid environment but but what will happen. How long will they continue. When will they make that shift and to me if to follow what we've been talking about. They should be and hopefully they are and hopefully you listeners. Are doing this really embracing your employees because again as we said isolated and get into our own heads our own worries that that social emotional distancing that we talked about become so important to make sure that you're not letting them get too far away in in that they still stay engaged in feel part and of the organization so true so true. I think that these pandemic is like ella. Many will call this typical set. This means resetting what we know about business that was important to pass and there is a new view a new paradigm on how to do business. I feel that this will bring us much more together. I feel that after spending me hopefully will finish so it will see company that are not totally focused on the traditional principle of business nike. What we call this the quantitative aspects of business but we try to focus also on the human humanity or humanness of business. So because i feel that would be nice that all challenge challenges front pandemic kind of take away. What these important for us affinity connection to others and also people in this bonds that we you kind of dismiss this sports. So even with the sorts of shows social distancing with technology people people being related to one another and this kind be taken away. We did the biggest social distancing. Yeah oh fantastic. This has been a really is firing in it. Informational educational and i hope that my listeners will take away the these idea a turning love if you will into a point of of an aspect for business. Because i think it's so important that there is a fundamental wanted a dynamic that's shifting into the marketplace. We always talk about digital transformation. I think this is an emotional transformation that needs to happen as well because as we get more digital we also spend less time as together so again i think this is an important factor for for the future and also. I won't listen to be aware that everything through dependent so when you're working for a company you're depending on others to succeed and company semi zip in in another to such is probably the most important principle that they want you to remember so no company can succeed on each. No-one impre can succeed on each on supporting one. Another benefit not only these employees by toilet employees and the whole group so we have to focus much more on they hold done on the vivo. Burn out so. Why don't you tell the audience how they can contact you your website all the stuff you let them know okay. Okay what they want to know more about me. They can take my to website. Www dot bruno seek nocco dot com or www dot human oriented enterprise dot com or. They continue my new book. The atop compassionate business offline or online. Thank you thank you so much. Thank you for joining us at the cafe today if your business needs to see him our senior level marketer but not quite ready for full-time person yet connect with me to find out more about my fractional interim of consulting services you can visit the ponzi group dot com you can find a variety of resources blogs videos e books you can connect with me on linked in or give a calm happy to talk to you. Lastly if you're a subscriber to the show thank you so much i really appreciate it and if you are pleased let others know about the show and encourage them to sign up so they can benefit of the great content. Like we heard today with bruno. You can find out more at the business growth cafe dot com or subscribe on any podcast platform. You like to listen to and don't forget to join me next week here at the business growth cafe bruno. Thank you so much. Thank you for inviting you. yeah cha-cha toto. 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And you just went with wisconsin or like how out to be to be quite honest with you. It was like it was one of those things where i really don't remember the motivation initially My dad was always a pretty solid carolina fan and he was also big dallas fan and for some reason. Maybe it's just the whole father-son complex. But i just knew i didn't wanna be a dallas fan. I'll let you know what. Oh i can't root for dallas of me and dad had something fight over that point you know what i mean so that it was like i had to. I had to pick something else. But i feel like of adak is probably all ios best chance in a good little while you know what i mean like. Yeah we wouldn't bought earn. Has little young quarterback needed a. What's his what was his name to do to jenny. roma. I don't know he just eat. He had some super energetic aims. I've seen that man performed top to your. You know what. I mean like athleticism and then there's been other game watch it like. Let's needless wins. 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He deserves so majority of what i'll do is actually by year obtaining upon myself to take classical training you know in college and do some stuff intentionally that. I knew i needed to do that. We might be better. What doing but you know as far as the typical you know piano lessons. My whole childhood nod. Unfortunately but i had a piano at the house around wanted it take longer. Things started to make sense. You know what i mean. And that's actually a truism to is kind of off subject but are you learn like as musician you at all the other instruments aries or like easier. So you started saying. I win to win. You get like into the rat park. So i found out about hip hop on a beautiful summer. Day at church potluck. Dinner mamand jonathan. My dude shout john man. he's in. He's in florida in the navy so But he he walked up to me and he saw me sitting on the pygmy told my food and he looked both ways check from parents. You know because. I would get in trouble if i was like caught. Listen to some is ipod or something like it was really really straight. I can tell you also crazy stories but He is a church. Thing are does your parents. That's my parents thing. Yeah well the church was. Purchase was already like one of the most conservative that you can like. It's not quite as bad as paul says may but it's the seventh day adventist. I mean they're pretty a lot of people. Consider the mccoll. You know what i mean like. They're pretty hard core. But the modernist step farther than that. You know what i mean. And there was like this whole layer life. You know interpretation that they put on you know so whatever. I'm not obviously is what is what was funny about it. Though was that he look both ways. Things like nobody in sight stuck hipbones in my ears man and he played george bush by low wayne and hours fucking hood. Uh i never heard like this was literally like like maybe not. Everybody is lucky enough to have a moment where they remember a genre defining like a life changing. You know what i mean. Type thing i guess. A lot of people just broke listening to whatever and nothing's really new because they've heard of their whole lives or whatever. You know away. At that moment i was free. I was like oh my god did you hear that. What is this ant man. And he liked. Let me listen to a piece in the rest of the album. That was the that was my introduction man and so you know after that it was like oh man. I was writing ron very next day because i was already writing poetry and i'm sorry for ram that's legit like like i was writing poetry and handed it out to the old ladies in the church. You know what i mean. You basically wrapping before you arap and you didn't realize it yeah. I didn't know it was ryan. No clue like recite poetry. Overn instrumental in that was considered. You know what i mean. That was that was like the john really acceptable thing or something. That was actually doable. You know what i mean and look and i'm blessed because i mean as a guest in the house of hip hop i have to. I have to show love. And and you know what i mean. Bring good things back to the coach. 'cause as hip hop changed my life in that sense. You know what i mean. Gave me a passionate a purpose. It was way way stronger. More driven extract up to that point musically all right so so right after you her this song how long until you started sitting down in like trying to figure out how to do it yourself. Start spitting runs The next day. And how would you say like your first few ones that came off did you dislike get instantly are not our god awful and terribly expensive in all the wrong way or showing my friends. Everyone was like an. Has i see where you're going to be failed but you need to. You know what. I'm saying such Had a couple of key people in my life they like. Put me on some stuff. That was you know culturally relevant. Somebody of caucasian descent and being a sheltered. As i was i had literally no idea about what respect was do wear and the boundaries of the the field of play. You know what. I mean that makes sense you know so. I came into the game like you know. By the time. I was fourteen fifteen. Obviously i had on joe old bunch of other life shit going on so. I didn't actually get in a booth and start wrapping until i was live. Nineteen seventeen thousand nine hundred and something something in there Yeah rams from the age of like twelve or thirteen. All the way up until i was like eighteen. You know what. I mean had no clue that like i'd ever had the opportunity to be in studio had no idea how to leverage that type of opportunity doing anything you know what i mean like. I was still working on my feet. Legs like getting the hell out off the farm and and get my life together to an extent you know. Yeah do you find your way in life. Basically you you going down past turn left. Turn right so you said you. It was nineteenth hobby you now. I'm twenty seven. Seven are cool. So you've been you've been in the minute now. Well see and once again. There's layers to this shit. So i was in the studio at seventeen but everybody's first song banger. Some people's are some people's aren't It took me probably a good three years. Probably i would say generously two and a half years three years before i came out with one single song that could show people when people be like. I don't know who this this doesn't remind me of anybody. I think that's this is like and i finally came about that song thought my future. It's actually still in my channels and so right now. But it was the for the first time that i ever recorded in a professional studio recording my own little me and my homeboys home studio really know how to mix that will so like even when you do a fire tape. If you don't have a decent mix it you're going to deceive yourself about the take actually even sounds like you know what i mean like. If you're not nicole. So i'm sitting here thinking garbage rapid all reality. I didn't obviously. I didn't need to practice and hone my craft but once you start working with like a real engineer airfield appearance and it's just like it's horrid world of a been actively promoting myself probably about four years so as far as like burning actual money on my career placements performances owning etcetera like up to that point. It was all like homeys in the basement yet player. Yes wouldn't go into that studio man that's a that's a mind blower there too because you know you see people working on the hook and then working in bill and that's what threw me off. I didn't even know that that that's how it went down. He knows like hey may want to work on this field and it's like hey you really gotta just say it over and over and over nobre again and like you have to have that deal because if not you song sound wagons hail you own you gotta you gotta make sure you lay with your lame. We're supposed to be engineers from room to move. So he's not you don't feel like he's trapped by thousand layers on a. It's all about songwriting. Really all goes back songwriting. If you're writing a song that's fundamentally too wordy or full of stuff it's not making sense logistically as something. You've got to correct before we even get into booth in the booth trying to trying to punch and bunch of little spots that in all reality you could have said something more concisely and made it fit better. You know what i mean like. I don't know that words. Shit though i love that shit. That's what i love about his. You know what i mean like. How can you take those pieces in my redistributing manipulate those. You know shit. I definitely do like how you do rap on some of your songs. You sing some songs. I definitely it's a different kinda. You know different kind of thing right there. I enjoyed it. I do both on some of them to shit. Makes it up. Definitely thing is like i'm i'm trying to be like. I have obviously superstrong hip hop roots. So basically everything you hear from even if it's soft or has cappella roots or whatever essentially it's going to have some sort of a hip hop element in some sort of time. You know what. I mean like drum or something but i would almost say almost say you got more singing roots at you because you were singing at church before you even really knew about hip hop so i mean you definitely got both things going on. Let me how do you. How do you feel art first off. How do you feel about machine gun kelly. Rapper talented did been dote ears. That's the wild part is due to focus for long dumb. How do you feel about the new stuff. He's doing because so many people are sitting on it and you don't like it at all. I just never liked pop. Pumpkin pop punk in general like just any type of distance. John is not knob like talents. That are wasted. I don't feel like it's a bad project. You know what. I mean objectively speaking. But you have to be into that. You know what i mean. It's not it's not bad. Cobbler i just don't like blueberries. You know what i mean like. No i gotcha. I kinda dig it. Actually i feel like he might have lost some of his rat fans but he probably got some new fans. I mean you can always come back with something else. You know what. I mean like a fucking studio and you know what i mean like you. Call your rap shit back together. It's no big deal me made it a fucking rock album every if you think about it. Every significant artist has had one album where they were like did you. I mean everybody was like hey but you have to try to you. Can't you can't stay in that box. You gotta bust out if it doesn't work regroup. Sometimes it's a miracle odell. And i mean i mean honestly crazy works like wayne's rock out or most of it so there were a couple of songs that i skip occasionally you know what i mean like there was a banger domains. Rock out the thing. Is that like as a studio musician. I'm kind of forced between two options. Like aid wayne actually play all that guitar Producing myself playing all the instruments on all my own she had. I realized how extensive bet shit is now much fucking work. It was to do that album. I wonder if he had like a-. I would assume so just being his level the at a team around him you know what i mean. Like to give him mike. He's gonna he's gonna play the and he's gonna play the drums and you know what i mean like. Yeah he he's basically doing. Like i don't know if this reference to own like a billy nilly lilly or whatever he's like he's strongest whatever. Is there really vanilla guitars. Like yeah you great ashley. Simpson of marshall. Yeah well me ask you this So i'm guessing i'll say besides wayne. Who's an artist that you just don to work with runner anderson pop okay. I've been down to where i heard of. I've been hooked vo consoled hook line and sinker ever since that man's first track. I heard on my dog bro. His fire what the fuck you see. He just joined a group with bruno. Mars called silk signing. It's a fucking supergroup. tell you. I'm fucking lit about that. Shit go fucking shit. I'm not. I'm i'm talking about music today but i hope you all national guard right now with the look silk. Sonic man it's anderson pot or pack Prefers in bruno mars and there a supergroup and they do like most smooth got one song out and it is a fucking banger or check that out real all about a man. I love some jazz and funk feels some you know what i'm saying like laid back it's one thing and honestly some of the hardest song feel like tom are songs and managed to combine both of those elements successfully. If you've got it needs funky jazzy rhythmically driven shit and you throw some trapped runs on top of it. You'll speaking jazz. Did you watch the new. The new documentary on netflix. I got nevermind. No i haven't along now I don't. I don't know if it's been on that long. It's actually really good. And you figure biggie. You know he's been around so long. You see so much stuff. What are you going to learn new in the documentary said he used to like to listen to country music. All the time real. Yeah so that's yeah. I was saying i did the same thing you did as i was watching it up. Exactly yeah this. This is yeah. I don't feel like is that far removed. No you can you can have a preference is like weighed left field and what actually comes out of us over here. You know what. I mean like it happens it definitely happens. I mean honestly we're being transparent like probably forty percent of mine tire playlist on have music fucking medal. Army like hell. Yeah i'm i'm i'm not talking about green day talking about like suicide. Silence layer bothering Kill switch you ever listened to I wrestled bear once. I heard them. I'll be listening to war bringer and wound trivia Pigments fire. yeah. I actually stay silent because i don. I don't listen to is from new york to ask about big album texas russell. Of course i'm gonna ask you ever put out like oil stuff. Screen up bergson watson mold of that and i got somebody that do it. I guess could do. I'm just telling you man like me personally. I feel as though you know what i mean. I'll i'll give missile could also screw up man. You know just get lit. I love to do that. Casa not a bad idea yet it is that is texas way man that is this call long. Hey do you want to hear something. Funny about paul going well. It's not about paul wall. Necessarily but i was on the podcast one time in atlanta As a matter of fact interestingly enough that day speaking of big Opoku affiliation was. Actually there he was a guest for for me fucking india meaning from the who shot remix. Oh so he was on the podcast before me. And my homeboy breeze ago looked at my discography. You seem brings. I'm sure he's got it all up and down made him. He's to hit atlanta a lot quite a bit and he. So we're podcast. They pull up there kinda grill and us basically oh y'all rappers for real hard time we're there so the the podcast of plus mobile jokin. And so they wrote of these giant fucking. I mean hit. Hong legs bro. They were rolling these things man and they were and it was like i thought it was one for like a five of us or whatever they on coming i keep passing. I'm thinking they're gonna come back around and finally it backs up on i left. He's like all right. Got one. I'm looking at i got. He's got one it turns out they roll six all moving of the podcast. So when i tell you about fucking bidder is just so. I started talking mad reckless. 'cause they said you know you kind of remind me of paul wallow bit. I guess talking about my accent. I'm assuming so. I snapped back and i was like man. I'll wrap circles around all all you shoulda heard fucking pin-drop or like it went dead silence and i thought i've been made a bunch of people mad at me and land Paul like that. I suspect somebody in the back was like split something in so i spit. Some bars ended up becoming later. A song on my Fourth wall though mix day but a good experience. But i just thought i was crazy man. It was a lot of love for. Paul man follows one of those legendary figures. I'm just talking about my ass. Not is one of the gabby entertaining. You know what i mean like. Yeah this is off. You know if. I if i'm to be honest. I think slim thug my favorite from texas. When like all that was going down you know it do slim the and he has an impeccable car collection to another thing. Yes sir that. Do drop some fucking bangers bro. He got a couple of old school whips with degrom so dirty. What who's who's of most famous person you met an also the most famous person who collapsed with I don't know it's hard to flout. Cloud as far to quantify The most famous. Probably i got an unreleased track. The sad part is is like all these are released. Were waiting to to actually be able to. You know what. I mean do released properly. Whatever so they're vault. But i've got a song with scotty. At l. so that's pretty. It's pretty decent. He's like. I don't like probably seventy five k. On the ground type shit. You know what i mean. Get hit on the way to quantify. I guess that makes sense And then i got a song with a dude donate sti slim and he only got like five. K r six k. On instagram but then his youtube like a million you got a couple of videos with a million seventy five like he's done work with yellow guy like l. credits ladies who has ran on Probably the most famous though like as far as like legendary fame status type. Actually i opened up for nappy roots and then and went back there and be within we blew out is pretty fucking notes. Where where'd you open up at where it was the thing at dozen in wilmington man is a manager. The latest managing me. She she like knows. Some knows the members of matt and nappy roots or whatever and so she liked it or thing to Twisted the strings. Or whatever you wanna call it. You know what i mean and i made it happen. They put up a fucking murdered. My said that's one of my finest finest moments bro. I got off the stage. Like nappy rubes like daffy like five guys. Data meawhile walking off the stage wildest. Fuck dude good day. You know what i mean. Everybody's childhood theme song. Everybody knows that shit you a hail. The show is over. We just found just packed up. Nearly man we about to go smoke or my go slow. My manager was like we're just come with us in. So how's that how's that hanging out with them like super humble do mash super laid back bad vibe. You know what i mean like. They're all like fairly country do too so it's it's ironic. How much actually kind meshed. You know what i mean like. It's not like you know people are different everywhere you know. A nice people are nice. People were feeding people are shaded people where they were all super do and every single one of us fucking laid back fat and we just you know little little hot tub. You know what i mean. We're out smoking on the ship. You're a good people doesn't matter who you are what you look like. We'll co- you. Are you going to get along. Yeah exactly so laid back man. I convinced my manager to like put a bunch of the bluetooth speaker. You know what. I mean sitting there trying to get feedback from Not trying to push my luck too hard like listen to my entire brain picking their brain. You know what i'm play. A few things doesn't advice and stuff. But i would say probably my favorite like so. Let's say like hung out. Within opened up will collaborate whatever. Sds a pretty thing to he came east from atlanta. And i have to plug is music. If you don't know who sugar tongue slam is your fucking all the way up Though you to s dot dot s super simple he's got like this fucking plastic. Like i dunno. I can't brag on his dude enough. He's so finally. You know what i mean. He's he's got bars and you just have something about. His style is really really unique pregnant at check nationally. Now real zone bunches. It already remember any names that i stayed at night. Remember some sunshine and go to listen to the listen to three. The three ws. All i know is win and read and what to wear he got like i is broken off like i was in atlanta for a music conference in a managed to like i had actually been correspondent walls yes like hebrew my mind when he actually replied him my instagram. Dm like some months earlier. And i was already like teasing with the idea of a cabinet. Had no idea like legitimate competition. Because i really like. I don't know. I'm all good with sending a file to somebody if you're far away it's just so much over to be in the studio with somebody when you're when you're actually collaborated Bouncing off each other. You know what i mean. What do you think about this and you tell him something you know. I want to be in the studio with this dude so wasn't just like ours. His courtship senator. Mike i was like i gotta make happened right so it down to a went down to atlanta for that conference in going to the studio to me on this other new university king on from outwith did a song together and it was on and then united scheduled schumi tongue slim to come in right after that fucking pulls up in a mercedes you gets out fucking white knit sweater looking please. Fuck easy breezy dutiful. Covergirl you know what. I mean like absolutely which you slam. Here's this don't be mad at but you know what i'm saying. That was limited. Like one of those folks who are low key idle you know what i mean like low key idle because i've been on this. I've been on his music for a good fucking six years at that point. You know what i mean. Listen to everything that he put out different in end up like sitting right there in the studio with him. He's like. I are saying that are things beyond say story but you know now dude s your story though is bad ass. I mean that's why you're doing this. That's why you're you do this music to have experienced like this as liberty grounds. That's career. I man i was gonna ask you know this whole thing. The pandemic hit could do live shows. No audible shit. What do you got anything when everything starts to open up man. I'm election gotta show. I've actually got a show right now. I'm doing march twenty It's going to have to be one of those limited We're going to say we're going to say we're gonna max it out like you know it's a big old. It's a big old hall to like a big performance that i got Gonna do some cuts off the new album that live ban covers with me man. I'm a little band play. Whistle jam out a couple of my original facts. Whole bunch covers and i'm gonna do a whole bunch of my solo joints maybe do some acoustic solo join us. Bring them bands. Like it's gonna be like two and a half hours of just like a musical orgy. You know what. I mean just like everyone contributing in some way shape or form. You plan on extremists too. Yeah yeah absolutely streaming and it's a it's stream in. Its you know the in person shit. That's the thing it's at a coffee shop. You know what i mean like. It's gonna be interesting going to be interesting but big coffee shop with a big performance. I was about to say you're gonna you're getting to go back out and do music for people live. I mean no matter what size it is. It's gotta be good. Get back out there. Oh yeah no who you talk. I'm not gonna lie. The pandemic has kind of negatively affect me. Could feel it in that way. Like i have practice more like i really. Do you know what i mean. There's a lot of natural all natural ability to come to do it. I'm sure what form if you don't throw that but boy every day you know what i mean you throw your fucking arm out so me as to are you saying that like during the pandemic you can do and work in a studio but when you're doing like live concerts a different kind of vibe. So you've got to get back into that groove. Yes the acoustic. The acoustic performance of stuff like that is always a bit more not intimidating necessarily. But it's just the stakes are higher. You know what. I mean when you're doing stuff live. There's no backing track. There's nothing to help you out. There's nothing to assist you in any way. You're playing with the band which we'll be like. So for instance. If i play ban we're gonna play like john mayer johnny cash in some mike. You know what. I mean like wedding by type shit. You know what i mean. Real laid back like smooth ship. But it's fun and funky. You know what i mean and we we function and fun. Like i think bob's like that. But then like i'll go into some of my shit like you know harder rap yet and then we'll just turn the fuck up for twenty minutes and i'll do like a list of mile gain on. I mean all the all the classics do yo. Yo dirty. you wanna bet fifty bucks right now that even if you let's say you mess up during the state i'll bet you fifty bucks. The fans absolutely love it. You want to know why they have been out of the house and forever. They wanna get out. They do. Do some real. It doesn't matter using killer guarantee one hundred percent. Well the way i look at it too and i appreciate vote of confidence. Man i fucking. I love it. I mean and it's not like i don't. I don't severely disappoint myself. It's not that bad. You know what. I mean like when i get together with the band pop up. Even if we don't play for a couple of weeks we get back into it. It's not it's not too far the realm. It's a lot of muscle memory. You know once you get what you break first time you got it. You know it's it's whatever but I'm going to do a couple of miles like a little joints and stuff. So like i wanna play like like once again. Some mike poses a song Do on a title used to be mine. I think is what it's called or something. Now you just by by the used to be mine. Not that simple. That's what it's called. It's not that it's like a little nice little piano ballad or whatever but if you finesse just right man have everybody grandmom brian. Shit reaction dragged him all the way down to the depths of hell and then turn. Trap all right grannies. Get shit man. Yeah you sped up all right. So i told you earlier. How biggie listen to country music and it blew my mind. Because i never knew that. So what can you tell us right now. That like your fans would know about you that like. We don't have to wait like ten years for a documentary to come out. What can you tell us right now to your fans. Don't know about you You mean like musically musical tastes anything anything. Anything that like. Nobody really cut a knows about you and that was surprised. People like surprise. The hell out of me when i heard about biggie. Yeah then he listened to country So it's like a guilty era. I don't know i've got. I've got some guilty pleasures. I guess i think by something. People would probably be surprised about. I listen to anything by green day. I'm happy with so even though they are on the pop punk side of things. And i said i didn't like pop punk there is like they're definitely some as get me. Sometimes you know what i mean. That's probably one That doesn't surprise me. That much. So like when i heard big you listen to country music i was i was like hey like would you like but i was surprised i was like holy crap i never. I don't know 'cause. I don't listen to country not no shade against country and i'm from the country. That's thanks anything that i try to do. Like inevitably comes out sounding fucking country and it used to grabbing nuts for a long time. But it's whatever on dog whatever But the far countries genre. Like so. I can listen to johnny cash for two weeks straight and i'd be happy with that. Maybe that's not surprising either though You know what maybe you don't you don't you. Don't got any secrets you put everything out there. Yeah that's metal would probably have been my revelation already said that already. You know what. I mean to like okay. So that further. So i listened to like like i said cannibal corpse. Suicide silence fucking viking metal a montemar and like you're to like dude black metal like you ever listen to like hell yea wrongdoing in some of the most like terrifying sounding shit that you've ever heard your life dude. Okay here's the thing doberman man. Here's what i don't know why light everything outlook just. I'm going on everything that i've heard. That's fucking bad ass. That's fucking black metal and fucking kicking ass like cooking heavy shit. I can't go see them because all the win fucking sweden bro. Like what the fuck. Look unless you can't one of those unless you catch one of those was the they used to have one right here in carolina carolina. They used to have a couple of like really really crazy. Overseas bans Time to time you has been you guys know about carolina. Rebellion never actually gone. I had a home with a win. But it's just a giant giant middle festival. Essentially i never heard. That hill is a pair of blue mcnew carolina. Regalia real thing but My homeboy got start tripping on acid got lost out there. Host see they were looking for his ass. For today's my boy started. He came walking out of the woods with a half empty. Fucking full flavored. Budweiser pack cigarettes and two shoes. His hand like man. What hey that sounds like a good time to me. Where have you been man like like. I said i didn't even go. We just got back and everyone was tell them the story and i'm just sitting here looking at him. Enlightenment boy. the best the best part is you. Ask him where have you been but when he walked out. He's he's like. I was about to ask you to save list Out man look. Hey that's you know more power to you. But i mean some of the shows are lit up in a couple of metal shows. There all right something. Just you can't divide of live. Hypothesis untouchable as much as i love metal and all other forms of live music. Like i just find myself in. Italy always circling back to hip hop once. You hear that fucking who was the first artists he saw alive like ever. Yeah man you don't wanna see here's my in secret and your hip hop i'm gonna hit by. Who is the parts pop. The hip hop artist. y'all come on dirty. We're going to circle back to what you about to say. You continue but we circling back. Because i want to hear that to what was that. I don't we need to circle you. Tell us who the best hip hop artists was. They are seen. But i want circle back to what you are about to say because it sounded good. I will say nothing on talk. I come on man knob but To be one hundred percent honestly my first hip hop show that i ever saw was a local show and it was like a bunch of like town. Heroes like acid were like hood famous for went out to a show. Because i wanted to wrap you know what i mean like. I said i was super sheltered bro. Unlike seventeen i'm just got in studio. I'm in the studio. Which means i got to perform now. You know what i'm saying. Obviously i got this. I got a song bitch wears slot. Give me the mic. And you know. So i start out in public with my terrible wraps and try my best. But nah real. There was a couple of key gas that i saw here but as far as like famous man i want to say the very first one was like yellow. I think it was. I think. I wanna say it was yellow yellow office before. Yeah i saw yellow. And then i saw big boy. And then i've seen rois of seeing roy. I've seen wayne say jagged man. Another fire jet right. Dad gives no budget. He's part of a. He's part of j cole's camp hall. Okay the gig. Bright are you taking notes tita. I got you man. Tito didn't even bring his notes for this podcast. I gotta say to shit man. Like i guess i never heard. Yoda's podcast of notes. We can go back and listen and we'll sit down afterwards up to me. I listen to everything but my wife is the one that got me into country. But i grew up. You know death metal thrash. No i was all into that. First concert i went to hip hop was little flip. I know how to act ronald ahead. Hell yes and would what an answer. that's awesome. I went over there and houses. Like what the hell this is. These concerts of weird yellow fight. Like would that's my point though. I mean you were a look. you'll see your fires. I got thank you on bought to watch people get as she can. They should meet down in a fucking at a show. The senior introduced okay. It's a whole different vibe here. You know i have especially when the promoter fucks up puts too much focus is beef and on the same ticket. All say talk about that. that happened. one time. I go no names. It just happened. Let's just say that it would who put it was a whole lot of might de-escalation had to happen or else it was going to be some shit you don't you don't have to give up any names but can you tell the story like what happened. Well that's basically it like. I'm just into build ticket to notice that there's like a scene is dude over here. He don't really like being on. No when i worried about him but i know he really don't like that motherfucker right there. That makes one look at him. And i just see him mcnabb milwaukee like whatever. He's not bothered me. It's not like that between x. Look at him. And then the dude over here. And i just didn't say nothin' because i mean what you know what i mean. Yeah you'd had to work. I mean i'll give a damn whatever you know what i mean. If you're gonna fuck fuck with me. They ended up getting to a fight later on that night. Like away from the bar. Dally downtown somewhere else. They actually did come to blows. It just wasn't in the place it would have been. You know what i mean like. They're they're on stage like a dj route this year to route share rat like a lotta. I was standing about aside. Like you're like yoda's giving money like hey man do i. Am i rap yet man. Come on all right. let's get into a little. Have you guys seen the dude. That was on us on a bottle of body of water. That was iced up on china skate or something but he busted through the ice all nyc basically. He was underwater except for like his chest and his arms and he's trying to pull himself up. You wanna know how he called the cops to get the cops out there to get him out the water. No his iphone pocket. Assume assuming right no no all my bass iphone. His i watch man how how crazy that. He's like a to any he when he called the cops he told him he's like look. I probably got about ten minutes before my energy runs out and it got there like five minutes to save them. That was random were. I'm trying to get out to try to get into my dirty. Might be like yo. We're talking about the whole time. Get into regular talk. You need to stop. Super random has got hot and sweaty right now apple apple. Give me stuff you plug right there. You go and do when you're in that situation. And he had he had the sense to be like you'll apple call nine one one like most people just panicking end up dying. Wouldn't that be a bit too if he was a detective and you came back. Ten years later found the frozen body in the lakewood apple. Watch the of risk like that said son of a bitch you on top of that. The last screen on his apple watch was porn to may looking ahead to keep warm. Somehow china trying to keep the blood flowing. I got a road or god in my life. Give up thirdly she took a viagra before you start paddling cold water. How what happened on your father's biography really well. You know statement bathroom and mama. Oh shit yo. So you ever plan on coming out to florida for some concerts. I mean i think it would be. I've got a cousin down there. With i wanna say he says Outside of orlando upstate. Right worry all at teals in texas. I'm i'm like an hour from houston. Barometer victoria oh yeah yeah you said that early would've so we're you're in florida right. Yeah i'm i'm about an hour south of tampa i'm actually going to orlando When vapor spring break when my daughter and my girl nice. Yeah can't act. Like i'm i'm a florida expert. I'm definitely not. I have no idea where anything is relational. Only know wherever and tampa no go ahead. Tito tito has been promising to visit me for last two years. He's going maybe useful. Goddamn each he got qasimi day phone number. Yes tv blocked on the ground. This is unfair. I got my damn twitter accounts next up real bad. That's teddy man. Yeah i know. It's fucking jesus still so bad like what is what is twitter have to prove what is what. The fuck is. Tiktok out approve. That's nothing i'm talking about. It'd be trying to put videos on tiktok clapping. He's that damn guns navy mad they take my shit straight down as bullshit man real serious man. I go to fucking shotgun out in the woods. Clap clap clap. Clap clap to. she don't take. They said boop new daily letting they don't even let you talk about weed not like that either. Don't fuck and take down kwait you clap your cheeks Which were deaths. whatever. I just want to remind down. Not say the same thing they you could show all titties or whatever you want on air but everything else. They saw censoring esam. Bullshit eric. That's mary where we live in this room. So that's how it is is just another way to keep you down. You work offered smokey bucket style. They will you in texas man if shige bed and north carolina. That's where i'm kim never gonna ever gone. I have guns down there man. Y'all at texas low key is like the cranky s older brother. Like the united states ever threatened checks. Texas would low key. Like united states would be worried loki. They would say nothing about it but it'd be like man. They said they were going to beat my ass. What i don't know and you're stressed out. You know what. I'm saying like uncle. Sam be like we got these texts. Don't make the same. Y'all got to keep them calm. Texas is trying to break off away from us forever. They like they're like we're trying to be our own damn country. It's going to be like the fucking man look is gonna be like rangel for some reason. That's how i see checks. It's like the whole. I want to come to texas down mamat. Y'all know wrangler right. You'll see moving lizards johnny crazy. And he asked movie. Dude i you welcomed anne roy. Amal thing is to north carolina gets franken. Actually they won't start trying to take my guns away one of these days. You're not saying. I'm not trying to foreshadowed. North of the man with a world going. I'm trying to by all the gods all really. I want them all right now. Given to me don't forget to buy some toilet paper to exist. I worry about a toilet. Paper data will be schillt's shower. If i gotta shit. I'll go to shower. Wash my ass off afterwards. I don't talk afterwards. I thought you meant you go in there shit album. All you have to do all you have to do is get somebody to put it a garbage disposal in your shower being and you get shit in there and wash up the same guy. Dan tom you leave the great in there. You're gonna have to push it through wichita. Nah i ain't no i. I'm not the patent as shit the fucking garbage disposal in his shower so you can share it. Wash your ass up at the same time rivera. It's called it's called poo begun. It's like a little module that you install on your phone. Yeah you just push the button. You know what i'm saying. It just granted up since it down for easy came. It's nineteen eight. Could you could even put a. What do they call it a day. Yeah typically in shower. Water with a one is coming down from the top. We need some water coming up the bob. Do you do a hand. San what the hell. No i gotta do this man. I you gotta shit in the shower now. We do enhance still s.'s. Like what is going on. We got to the while. Part of the podcast. No more interviewing anybody. Now get wild really your if you find yourself upside down in a shower shit on your ass. You need to reconsider reevaluate. You know what. I'm saying life ever big out of fucking get out there. I don't know man. What did you do not go. I was getting a blowjob in the shower. but she didn't wanna get underneath. She wanted to stand up so i had to do a handstand. And that's what happened man. Look that's why you always need a andy. Oh i don't know a lot of saint midget anymore. Because she can stand up. Podcast get cancelled right now. Ave meant little people. That's what he meant either that you should stood on this hour seat would you. Would you know. I'm sorry. I'm not even gonna know i'm good you. Oh yeah what was that now. We live. I can't be start as not. Yeah you got we live. Look you can say what you wanna say manager podcasts. Playing i i'm i. Could you have sex. Little little person girl would i. Yeah if you add girl on there and give it a weird undetermined be you know how much was awkward as him. I didn't want to say the question. The question should have been would you. Fuck a midget. Yes way harsher. No it's done. She's a midget we just fucked. You said melissa man child or something. I said but i might have said that what it sounded like. You said he might as well go wrong in a jungle book match child yellows i i. So i don't think that i am particularly attractive midgets. That's not to say i'm biased. If she didn't look good. I feel like you look good. You look good. And that's always the first rule of thumb always given situation issue fine. You know what i'm saying. Are you find the so like issues mid and she's fine. Maybe i don't know. I did a whole boyd man. I got shot up. She and we always bragging on him because he do admittedly have admitted midget fetish. And we've been trying to find him one but you know d. t. f. mid is kind of hard to come by me and they're like they're like lexus. Gts is gonna be joe jerseys shorts not gonna like that are talking about snoopy. Y'all so he hasn't had sex with one. Yeah he just wants to locate a midget snooky just short. Yeah you know you're you're hasn't had sex one yet though. Not that i'm aware of. She did up so he'd be brag about instead of going on with shot head of saying so lay off. We're supposed to be saying major. I'm to say we supposed to be saying little. I think that's disrespectful for like people there actually little right now. No i feel like thousand. Ms i get mad literally i would give me. That would give little man syndrome. You know. I get pissed off for no reason just saying. Now you gotta reason your images that's laura midgets need love to you know what i'm saying to you know. Obviously the keep things to keep things fair you know. I'm not like the tallest of dudes. But i'm a solid six foot like if i put my man bun in an six eight so fucking you. Obviously but that was like she. I'm sure there's foot by one of hair on top of your head. Count for shit on earth. Being is like the dude. My homeboy that wants to wants to fuck a midget. He legit like six four. Oh my god like full like yeah do stall so like tv a man like. How's it gonna work out dug out a whole lot in common. You know what i'm saying. Let me tell you something. If i had a fetish to to bang. A little person made midget. Whatever i'm supposed to say it would have happened. I was single. And i wanted to was taking him i dig. I don't think he really wants to talk about. We not single either as of the moment. He's saying well no so obviously asia expected warm. But this is the pre existing conditions as while zoom rob pro about midgets for fucking four years. Now you know what i mean i. I just think that it's just what i said earlier just midgets or not easily accessible. You know what. I mean you can't just google midgets hoy you know what i mean. Just show it with a bouquet of it doesn't work like that like you. Gotta you know what i mean. There are people. Obviously he's got a combined one dateline or do whatever it is you. Do you know what i mean. I just feel like you don't just see major walking down the street. I guess i don't fucking know. I haven't seen when in forever. Yeah exactly you know. Food in a nut there's not over influx of midgets. I feel like that's my whole point is like per capita. I just wanted to ask you like one thing. I don't even know like but have you ever gotten like a terrible booking bra a terrible booking like a show. That was shitty. Yeah yeah couple couple. Different times. It's going to happen. Oh shit just and it's going to happen. Inevitably i mean anytime you perform. You're putting yourself online like that. You know what i mean. If you don't have a rock-solid trust into wherever you promote guy is expanding your limits work with the new people or whatever it is that you do Sending center standings and stuff been booked. Joe's i'll pay for a show. One time in raleigh Minded fucking pay. I want us to have paid a hundred bucks to wrap tim minutes it. Oh damn but it's promotion out of though or anything. Oh yes she yeah. They used to the houses man. It was with this one particular promotion and they had a whole bunch of dope bars. They will go around and they still do. And i don't have any hard feelings against necessarily set particular night like that. Which is the bad night. Like i paid to wrap and be whatever whatever reason it may have been technical difficulties etc. But i didn't get to wrap for like three in the morning. Eight people in the bill. You know what i mean. All dan everybody went i. I was like the last guy to wrap now my wild journal you have a couple of warming but there's been you know that's one show out of twenty five that i've done with the people you know what i mean like they always. They hacked their fucking houses out caracas. Walk out and i i liked performing rallying rally a lot less cliquish. I guess a lot more accepted like like artsy shit. You know what i mean. I don't have to be like a hundred percent debating trap rap. You know what. I'm going to get to get to get any type of recognition. I guess now and be obedient shea and her words but you know when it comes down to like somebody like me to get up on stage and in one breath. I'm about to like bar play you to death and in turn right around. Send you love song. There's not a whole lot of like your crowd has to be pretty accepted the people that are there for the for the base in room. They're not gonna wanna fuck it here. Fuck back at him. Yeah talk off against backhand back of jackwagon. I don't it ain't gonna want to hear about anthony and clear. It's all kinds of nerve around the indian gangsta. But my point being is you can be disrespectful. Fucking song gangsta at all. So i had a lot of disrespect for us. Music man my wrap wrapped suspect and Though it is what it is. But i am wrong. Meal is one time. I feel folk. A mix state released party at the same exact ironically. Enough time But kobe the people crowded in their man. That's too big of a crowd as maybe like fifty people there but pretty fun little time cater fucking cook like eighty thousand chicken wings man and so the So we're in there just vibing or whatever and i put on the flyer that it was a family friendly show because the album that i was voting was that call me when you get this hour which came on in twenty twenty twenty or twenty nine hundred twenty nine thousand nine. Am com thomas fucking blind but so it's love album like it's completely are. Be since the blubbering silly. Sit on the couch and eat ice cream and grind your which is fine listen to metal but inevitably somehow opened my mouth. And that's what i don't i don't have is so i booked these couple of different our throwing now a promoter or anything you know. This is something i put together. We all you know. Everybody spread word whatnot and So where the hell was. I even going this. Oh yeah oh boy killa. That's where i am so speaking of like being offensive essentially. So i told everybody was family friendly show but then book bang. Tv am boot my breeze apple a different you know with from the city. I'm like pop up. Do a little you know little set. Show your face fool. You know whatever everybody comes in. They do their thing. And it's here and gets on stage and he starts rapping. The song was preview from his upcoming album. Men look this one line get lost into pussy. I'm amazed by a fell in love with booty acting way to hit. I can't say i vacated other bitches. I was fucking a because i give amazing. Dig out like nam. What's there's like this whole crowd of people in here. And i'm like not it's not really a flex or funnier anything. I just think it's kind of. I don't know it sounds funny. But that was like probably like three or four little kid and the whole bill is not like it was a preschool class. They were literally. You know what i mean. Like mothers were like picking their kids. A and like walking out now is like well. The ignorance has one once again in our love. It who wrote when you saw the sign and said dirty fucking white like what. No no no. I'm super sorry. I meant to ask this earlier. In the podcasts. Your song on you as shit buck. Spit it out. You know fucking goddamn notes here. I'm gonna make a song called shit folks. I think it was it. Wasn't this year the song this. I got a song called this year. That one right. There was deep like There's a lot of stuff going on there. You did you get an accident up the most of the knee co bunch of a whole bunch of should have man that was i urge year. Thanks your that. I was twenty three and it was like or twenty four twenty. Three thousand four has down yet. Probably the worst year that overhead. So i Yeah in the song is like shit different different shit. That happened man. My crib burned down. I would ask what was up with. That does should sounded suber. Crazy was i was at studio and My roommate called me and she was like brush. She's like you ought to come to the crib house like why she said. Well it's on fire. Housley goddamn so. I was looking jumped in the car. You know what. I mean homeboy. We killed a rare as fast as we go and it wasn't even probably ten minutes away and we pulled up and the fire was on the other side of the building. And that's what i think. Pissed me off the most. They made notable in the song to the fact that i had probably twenty thirty minutes to get in there and get all my shit and get the fuck back out easily. You know what i mean. They had wrapped the whole place. Take i. I was like forcing myself through. The line of firefighters like physically fighting them all trying to get in the door to the point. Where the fucking. The rental manager was like threatening and forcibly removed from the property. So i just finally like what banishes its possessions. I guess you know whatever. What can you say this is. The universe is way of telling me to take my knuckles backup and take another swing at something. I don't know if that makes any sense but oh yeah made this run. It makes perfect sense. You'll you'll have in the house catch on fire. Did they find out now. So this lady that lived on the other side this is like off or a quad quadriplegics guest four apartments in each building and the lady not only across the diagonal from us so that was two officials stories. Police report was a cigarette. I have. I have all intensive purposes. Not believe that story. Yeah heo now. The other story was that the lady was cooking on the grill and she caught her big ass acrylic outdoor yard umbrella fire and acrylic when it burns. It's like napalm definitely is not something you just easily dispel and get rid of you know. That's that's what i heard. And to make matters worse. She had four young kids in once. Again this is all hearsay. Obviously i by the time i got there. It was surrounded by firemen. I was shit out of luck. I just pretty much went and sat back in the car. Wash my shit burner for you. Know what i mean. The hill But turns out she had four little kids in there and she did not have green cards air herself in the fucking house in the firefighters had like hey go kung fu panda on the door. I'm glad you said that about go really dark and be like you know. She barricaded herself in and ended up dying. So i'm glad that they did that. Because i was a. They've man in little flimsy ass doors on him. Apartments sticky animal Use a car and get in our door option. Definitely that was not. That was not a good place to live. It wasn't it wasn't the hood necessarily i guess. By definition i dunno i should. I shouldn't is hard to quantify once again but it was just not a nice nice area man. Yeah we'll say that's that song was really good and it was deep like i was like. Oh man he'd been through new year. It's one of those that i had to do and i wasn't even going to put it out and i just kept. I showed it to a couple of people that take their advice. Kind of seriously. You know you got a couple of different home whether in your life where they tell you something you know what i mean. Think about it and showed a won't one homeboy new later. You've got to put this out man even if you don't ever listen to it again put it out so somebody else is going to listen to it. You know what i mean. And i'm like yeah all right. Whatever put it up never shot a video to anything or whatever. It was something that i had get out of my fucking head bro. Into fuck out you clearly. Whoever told you to put it out was right because they caught my attention enough to put their own to talk about it so he was right on. Oh yeah appreciate you bringing it up man. A pretty savage gas on was a chicken. And like i had to talk one of one of my best friends off the lips of a loaded. Gun fucking crazy. Things avenue out with china date at a five year old daughter like doing heroin in front of the kid now trying to save her from him basically and she ended up with him this day. They got another kid and they're back together. Still you fuck man try. I'm not cabinet stable. Hope but if you wanna place to hide from a motherfucker. We've been going longer than we thought we would not our already here. We go from dirty. I can barely. i can barely hear that it. It should sound better through the link. I would imagine okay. I'll shot up boy. aaron cohen. Thank go ooh yeah. Years is year. Is that i dropped the song. Yeah twenty twenty twenty one this pretty sure your song thomas money. I can't afford the cold obvious. No may twenty twenty. I'm case of j. j. career emanate. My kids is the bomb. The nate young job with crazy. And i never been lazy. Still fuck you see. Says andy. A actually micr sweat. It's a more focal ten times better than i did it. Shit kit with put the whole webcam triple second person and drop you links for people to go follow you. Embiid got damaged off internet to my throat. Titanic dorman go at lakewood on your show me with floyd in studio you talking about destroyed you. Oh hey y'all like jam and the mowbray area. I heard that she like three or four times today. 'cause i had you on spotify the whole time that's bad. That was bad. Hey man. I got to man yell. You versatile as fought bro for railroads retrial man. It'd be trying what. I love about credit man and i'm like you said i know we've been going around. I'm tripping on no time. But i just want to say just one thing about About credit is really do so is like a small world. I guess if that makes sense so like you know hops and right you know hopson is a hell you. Oh yeah obstinate man so he was signed to Volumes okay back in like twenty Think twelve he broke up with them and he's been on doing independent music ever since whatever he so he was signed with funk boy do name jaren bent and he may not may not have heard of him. 'cause i don't like technically his famous has not been became a jaren. Bitten conspire to don't play with him. Jaren if i can put you on one more person. J. e. r. a. j. a. r. e. n. b. into jerem- ben but due to the monster email point being is i go to atlanta another totally different trip. Whatever we go down there we throw a party. We did performance. Does it escape parks booking lucielle of those. Dj there was dj in the event and his name. His name was Dirty martinez and i was like well. This convenient you know. So i go up and introduce myself or whatever so all right so fast. Forward a couple years later to may twenty twenty. Did the song. And i'm on my instagram looking at dj dirty martinez and i he's on stage. Dj for jaren men. I'm like this is so fucking though. I had no idea you know what i mean that a dj random dj the dj mop party down in atlanta would have like would be doing. You know that type of didn't know those world were connected and then a couple of weeks. After that. i see aaron cohen. Dude it's on the song with me there and he actually is on the fucking tour. I just didn't see pictures validation. You know what. I mean until a couple of weeks later. I realize like wait. A minute. Tour together like all three of these people are gone. Knew about darren. For a long time. And i met the dj but then the have aaron come aboard random house like oh this could spit on like what the fuck all right. Yeah you gotta we gotta make something shake man. So i gave him got him his feature money. He snapped on the track. Did his thing. We've got a video lined up and everything man. I'm not trying to shed light on. It could snot. All the pieces aren't altogether yet but going to new york. Hopefully do this shit up there were. He's at man. I video that. I shot somewhere like far far away. You know what i mean but can route of new york What wild about that song though is that there's a shot up in hot radio. Dj sim bombay. Goes to spend it on london. Heart radio right after right after i i met linked up with him and gave him some shit to spend he was going to spend credit. We did an interview and he accidentally downloaded dirty version. And i know arguably monday story white so sometimes my into your sits files. They'll just say dirty as in the artist's name and deejays views and think it's not the clean version or whatever so point being is the confusion here and jason downloaded the dirty version and played it on. Fm radio so my first introduction to london was aaron cohen book. You click. You claim Ha lit aaron smith. That's fucking bad ass home us out. The fuck dove is hell. That's fucking bad as a san was not pleased shot him. You know i love you bro. You know what i'm saying. It's definitely i. I sent him both versions man. They're definitely both in the email. Just confusion with my name led to that he just would. What can you do. you know. He's there trying to run a good straight up you know. fm station. And i know that's why not begin with. I'm not against that. He knows he knows man. We saw good that. That's fucking bad as oh man. I like 'cause like he literally asked me on the air. You know what i mean like. Did you send me to claim. Burs hips right there in the email. He's got it here it is you clicked. You know man. I got to say a dirty white man. I appreciate you coming on the show with us. Net is the fuck it live for real bush love man gertie you wanna you wanna shout era links to whatever you want so i put a bunch of them in the chat that's relevant The main thing that i really wanna plug over and above all i i wanna say thank you for having me on. That's awesome been we've been. We've been twitter. Yeah we've been twitter. Home is for for far too long peninsula just now have been happening but Many many good returns anytime. You guys want me back. I'm back. I'm always working on new shits always gonna have some bullshit as just few. You know what. I mean if you if you're with The main thing that. I really want to promote as a now stay tuned. I got a new video coming up some new song. Nobody knows about pretty fucking. Intense is crazy. I work really hard on. Its excited excited about that. Someone out with a whole launch and roll out. And i can't say anything about it at this point time but currently my entire life for the past couple products six eight months has been reckless and romance. That's what i'm trying to push. That's my that's my you know what i mean. That's grammy winner. I feel like or one of them could be so you know to put the proper attention behind it requires a budget requires working together so once again it's invaluable to this type of stuff you know. I just can't shut out enough for being active. People that are re tweeting. Shit sending the shit out. You know what i mean like. It doesn't matter how many hundreds of dollars pay facebook. Facebook put an ad in your face is never gonna be as meaningful as ever walking somebody in this motherfucker here. You know what i'm saying. Just like i did with all the people early when i put you on. dot com. I said it on my good. Were you know what i'm saying. Ask fire issue. That's going to be always going to be superior to. Here's a three second blurb. Here's why you should follow my page. Yes but also go checkout reckless and romance on running. Do google ads on facebook ads on it word of mouth everything it can do. We pushed it up to like twenty k. Now so subscribers. Deputy going up anytime you got anything you want to promote. Whatever you want to do a podcast you hit us up and we got you big bet. Hey i need to start doing something. I need to start doing something weekly so i might have to have. Y'all yes next time. I'll have y'all long guest on russia. Oh three shady bro for real. I'm with hey why reading. Good night with a look. Send me links any whatever you need. So i can share it. Hey oh yeah real man you already know he a and that's it i keep.

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#125 The World After Lockdown (with Helena Norberg-Hodge)

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

06:57 min | 1 year ago

#125 The World After Lockdown (with Helena Norberg-Hodge)

"Hello Russell here. I'm excited to share some of my conversation with Helena. Norberg coach hell is founder and director of local future. She's a leading proponent of localization as an antidote to the problems arising from globalization and founded the National Alliance for localization. He's a brilliant conversation from someone who's really this experience ideas that become increasingly relevant as we recognize the fragility all of the systems that dominate awesome. That we participate in with their economic systems or social systems such as a country for example or various political beliefs. Helena explains things very simply and this is someone who is live this for a long time. She's experienced Islam saying you can get a subscription for this if you want to listen to our conversation with me and countless countless about one hundred other conversations of comparible quality then you can get after little tune dollars ninety nine a month with luminaries annual plan plus a seven day. Free trial get started visit. Luminary PODCAST DOT COM to start your free trial have a free trial not available in all markets subject to local currency terms apply and listen to some of the comments. You send it back. Julie Camera and people will love Julia. Cameron episode. Actually didn't agend might slow. Simon Stu said he loved in office. Patrick said he loved it. Lots of positive feedback for Julia Cameron. We'll a wonderful warm wise lady. She is Deborah Glascos. Laziness is just another word for fear. Does anyone else here. Thinks Beautiful. Energy is also profoundly profound. I'm stunned by this statement. Hit between the eyes Bam so true gain of my stuff right this second and love my life. I love my life to the fullest caged. Or not thank you. I wonder what Deborah classes from when I hear things like of my staff because owner heard that before view. Daf I mean are that means ass but it could mean southern cal so she could rest on the shoulder or growing. We just don't know if Debra class in any event duff there's a word to get your chops round narrowly said of Julia Cameron Fantastic episode of under the skin. Love this. I love the synchronization revisit. The book off the as and I'm working with a hundred people on online group. That's a good idea. I Want I've been doing the morning. Pages Have Eugenie bollocks. Really did this morning night. Yeah I didn't do this morning either. Aligned Duncan Julie's book. The ice way has made such a difference in my writing in the wild view myself Craig. I adore her. She's such a special and gifted person. This was one of my favorite interviews. You've ever done bravo thanks. I'm tired that believing mirror idea smacked me upside the head. I've never forever four by already. Know who those people are right. They surround ourselves with positive believing us. Let's deny anyone the opportunity Chris is even second. I don't WanNa hear I wanNA hear anything for the Newell Great. That's why these comments The way they are okay before we get into some fantastic episode founded. The skin coming up soon enjoyed the recent spate of fantastic guests and the fact that we've gone to two episodes a week. A lovely bunch of guys we are. We got Ricky JAS coming saying. We've got Charles Eisenstein. If you ain't readies. Brilliant Arco Coronation. You should read it once and who else we got. Oh Dr Shefali parenting doctor. And that's just say powerful force. Just leave it there but before we strain to any further complex territories. That's Helena Norberg Hodge trying to achieve equality with the annihilation of Calgary successful route. That's exactly right in this era where turns out beneath the surface of people? We admire of the ideas that the finance on the history creatologist. Welcome to Russell brand one of the things that we are discovering in the corona virus supply chains are going to start to break down system cannot sustain itself. I was struck by the coal of manufacturers and airlines for bailout support in much the same way as the banks were bailed out easing in two thousand and eight whereby sometimes through crisis various kinds of financial or in this case of a micro biological the reality is suddenly exposed to that we're living beneath the veneer of an artificial system that exists not for the benefit of the people that is supposed to serve but for the benefit of the people the top of the various hierarchical pyramid and. It's so remarkable that we're letting this happen because let me step back and look at the big picture you know. The actual winners in this type of growth is less than one percent of the global population. So we really are crazy to let this happen but I think what I see as the biggest problem is that at the grassroots is amazing. Natural spontaneous localization movement growing but it needs to be reinforced by more knowledge of the vulnerability and the destruction of the global system. I believe that if more people could hear this message that we would find in a very very rapid very short time that people say Yeah. We don't want a system that makes less than one percent return richer and that at every step of the way right now is pushing government business us as individuals to use more energy and technology for every single thing. That's done whether in education healthcare in every arena. The push is towards more energy more technology. And we're dumping the human race this over. Abundant renewable resource of people doesn't dumping and when we dumped them. Part of what happens is fundamentalism. Terrorism Violence Abuse Mental mental illness. Absolutely and this is because human life itself is no longer regarded as sacred because we have been deposited in new roles as consumers above all laughter. Pools there about how you enjoy at the exit of me and Helena Nobre if you're well into it. Download the luminary APP you can. Here's chat fervor for about four five minutes about our future post covy world and the lessons. She's learned from our time into bed. And the row spirituality plays in reorganizing society. All the latest episode of under the skin are available on luminary to go Luna Repub Dot Com to start your free trial. See there is a lot of great content. Got some great episodes coming up ricky devices on their Wim. Hof Dr Shefali. If you've got kids you need year. All right thanks.

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3. Learn from every no, w/Walker & Companys Tristan Walker

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

36:03 min | 5 months ago

3. Learn from every no, w/Walker & Companys Tristan Walker

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That's catherine menchu co founder and ceo of them use a career development website that she pitched to investors a hundred and forty eight times. Not that she was counting. They were literally days where i had a no over breakfast and nobre at ten thirty. Am coffee and no over lunch. Interest to pm Somebody who left a meeting early at four. And then i would go to drinks and feel like i was being left out of the burning and when we finally raise our seed round i went back and counted. It would both painful and gratifying at the same time looking at all those names and thinking i remember that no i remember that. No i remember that. No and they stink. Everyone's thing today the muse serves users in the millions. Catherine raised sixteen million dollars last year. And the her tail is the origin story of most great startups. So if you're hearing a course of knows you should look for other signs that you're onto something. I believe that the best ideas often appear laughable at first glance. You gotta have incredible talent at every position. There are fires burning out such an idiot. Back to this means easy whistle so i have no idea what. Sorry mistake with apartment distinct. Absolutely all ten years later do we have invaded jets. This his masters of scale. We'll start the show in a moment afterward from our sponsor plaid We have used car salesman jokes if you like. Me are unlucky enough to have gone onto a used car lot. Those jokes are based on pretty bad customer experience. That's john pits. Had a policy at plaid a financial data network that connects leading fintech apps and financial institutions. Maybe you're already feeling is pain four or five times. They're going to hop up and say well. I'm going to have to go speak to the manager. Are you buying the car for cash or financing it. okay. I'm going to go back to financing and see what we can get you and they're gonna decide what loan you got the salesperson disappears into a back room. The door shuts. You're not even involved in the conversation but fintech is changing all of that. Compare that to carlotta not only is the price right there. Upfront my ability to apply for financing is built into the product can connect to my bank account. They can tell me before. I click anything. What the cost of financing is going to be carrano harnesses the power of plaid. And it's not the only retailer building fintech into their customer transactions. We'll hear more about that later. In the show to learn how plaid can power digital finance for your business visit. Plaid dot com. I'm reid hoffman. Co founder of lincoln partner gray lock in your host. I have the theory that the best business ideas often appear laughable at first glance the lesson prompt manure goes deeper than the pat advice. He shouldn't take no for an answer. You should expect to take no for an answer. If you're laughed out of the room it might actually be good side. I'm going to test this theory by talking to some most smartest people i know. Many of them have spent time in the rejection line. Google facebook linked him airbnb. Inc all sounded crazy before they scaled spectacularly on this episode of master scale. I wanna help you see what the transformation a crazy idea to a clearly good idea looks like and what signs to watch for along the way. We'll talk to several ceo's but we'll focus on one entrepreneur's journey from beginning to now Starts in a city far far away from silicon valley. So you're not one of those classic kind of silicon valley geek. People that's tristen. Walker the founder and ceo of walker and company. Their flagship brand is bevill a razor for men with curly facial hair. He started as a kid in the projects. I like to say. I had the whole rose degrom concrete. Story right yeah. I grew up projects welfare all that jazz one goal in life and as good as wealthy as possible as quickly as possible and i realized that there are three ways to do it. The first was to be an actor or an athlete. And that didn't work out for me to well at all. The second way was the work on wall street had the good fortune to do that for about two years in hated it so i said to him. I've already exhausted to three. The last one is entrepreneurship and the came to that realization. I applied to the school stanford. Business school Unfortunately let me. And then i learned. Silicon valley existed in sister came to stanford not even knowing it was like it was harder. Tristen doesn't sound like your typical. Silicon valley geek. But i can't stress this enough. You don't have to wear a food. Stained hoodie to succeed here neither. Do you have to play world of warcraft or write code until sunrise. You only need to have a sense of curiosity and tristan was exceptionally curious. He wasn't just a student of business. He was a student of every technological shift. Taking place around him. I was an accounting class at stanford and remember i believe. Mc hammer was supposed to speak at stanford and there's this commotion going on people wondering if he was actually going to do it and it was going around for like five minutes and i open up twitter and i just asked him see hammer like are you coming. Bear in mind. This is two thousand and eight back when twitter had a relatively cozy community of five hundred thousand monthly users. Tristan was one of the more active members as luck would have it. It was hammer time on twitter. Thirty seconds later he replied back. And i turned around to my fellow classmates and said yes. He's coming see and at that point. I realized how important twitter's part in like the kind of innovations within communication were and it was my first Understanding of bad ideas being a good idea because everyone else around the table was like why are you on twitter. What's the point of this thing. I don't care about what you're eating for breakfast and just get it and that showed me that. There was something that i had kind diamonds so are already seeing the seeds of kristen success. You don't have to be a geek. But you do need to geek out over the new ideas you want to level of enthusiasm that's slightly out of step with your peers and trista seriously geeking out over twitter. He wasn't just an early user. You wanted to help build the company. So i emailed twenty different folks who i knew where he wanted to separate it from the company. The last person. I email is david horneck. 'cause he was a professor at stanford also pardoned august capital. He replied back. Come into my office. Let's talk david to question tristan. Are you willing to work for free for the summer. That's david hornbeck. By the way right. I said yeah. I'm happy to introduce you to twitter up. I'm curious if you actually what twitter does guess right. And at the time they weren't thinking about the business model and that sort of thing and i was fascinated by what it can become a semi resume. And i'll send it to have probably two days after that. Evan williams email. Evan williams is the founder and former ceo of twitter saying come in for an interview and a week after that. They gave me an internship. Work there about six seven months when there are twenty folks at the company you may think trista lucky to get an email from ev williams but notice. The size of twitter's workforce the time twenty. Employees total tristan spotted the company's potential. Not just ahead of his classmates but ahead of the market. He has a knack for spotting ideas. right before. blastoff david horneck notice. This to twitter was nothing when and was excited about it. I mean twitter was a place that you told your buddies. You were heading to the park. Twitter at the time was a service where you said. I'm eating a delicious. Ice cream. cone was entirely unclear. What one did with twitter. How one could make money at twitter. How big twitter would become shortly. After his twitter internship ended he started his next email campaign he bombarded the founders of a fledgling startup called foreswear and again the ceo. Dennis crowley responded. I emailed them eight times the eighth time. Dennis sent me an email. I'll never forget this verbatim. He said tristan. You know what a just may take you up on some of this. Are you ever new york dense. That's it now is in l. a. At the time. I was sitting on the couch with my wife and i said how should i reply to this guy. Ten minutes later. I sent him an email and i said actually i was planning on being tomorrow booked. My flight. that night flew out. The following morning hung out with them for a week and a month later as running business development for the company. By now. You may be thinking holy cow. Ceos are awfully responsive creatures. But before you start dashing off messages to the employers and investors of your dreams. I should warn you. Few stories and like trista. I've had the experience. Where like i was walking out of gray aachen guys that i've been waiting here all day to meet you and i'm like this isn't the way to meet me. I'm gonna continue talking to my car. And i would try to get a reference to me. This will get me to never pay tensions you again. You go into my security services file of people to track. That file exists but tristan's pursued a foursquare had a happier ending. That's because he targeted teeny early stage. Companies starts with twenty people or less. The lesson here is not justice. Persistence but his prescience. Some people get lucky and board a rocket ship by chance but to rocket ships. That's no coincidence. That's a sign. You can spot an undervalued idea ahead of your peers. It's like the spidey sense. That just keeps tingling. It's hard to stay in one job even or wildly successful company. Once you've started sensing opportunities all around you. When i started at the company we had zero merchants zero brands all at one platform. By the time i ended up leaving foursquare even a couple years later. We had over a million merchants on the platform. By the time i left we were hundred and fifty people started when we were three and quite frankly i wanted to go out in the building. Business things myself so tristan left foursquare in two thousand twelve. After building a business development team from the ground up he then found the perfect place to plan his. Next move then horowitz. A founding partner of the iconic venture capital firm andriessen orleans. Invited tristen just to hang around the office and thank big. Ben said comes. Spend six nine months to figure out what you wanna do spit. All nine months there and alexei. I spent the first seven months of my time. They're wasting their time wanted to build a bank. I wanted to fix freight and trucking i to fix obesity in the country in the world. Right then inspiration struck. I just got frustrated by the shaving experience. A better shaving experience may not sound like the idea on the scale of freight trucking obesity or banking. But the mo- scalable ideas don't have to tackle dramatic problems. They have to tackle neglected problems and the more that tristan looked in the history of shaving. The more you realize there was a hugely overlooked demographic men with course or facial hair who been living with a curse of razor burns and razor bumps for so long they no longer even recognized. It was a problem. Let's just get a handle on this course or curly-haired dilemma which i'll admit as outside my particular area of expertise. You fed up with razor burn for decades raise. Your manufacturers promised a better shaving experience they identified the same problems are you sick of knicks cuts and unsightly rhythms. An offer essentially the same solution more blades every cartridge not two but three blade allot more blades. Right five blades to whisk away those stubborn whiskas and this ever-growing stack of blades did actually improve the shaving sprints for a lot of we tested out sits on twelve hundred men two out of three reported a smoother cleaner shaving experience but it mostly worked for white guys like me. White guys was straight hair but the rest of the population and especially african. american men were experiencing multi bladed assault on their skin. There shaving experience got worse and this went on for generations until a dive in a history. Open tristan's is to a problem that no one else could see. The results in old retired an executive from cbj companies at tristen look at photos of black men hundred twenty years ago. None of them had raised onto shaving irritation on their faces. Thought he's being facetious. I have time at injuries. And look it up. And i went to flicker and identities generic search terms like karleena san's black in the nineteen twenties. That sort of thing only twelve hundred photos and find one with like a non cleanly shaven face and i had to do with the tools they use in nineteen. oh four. This whole industry was built a gentleman named king gillette. He had this amazing idea he said for hundreds of years. Barbara's called straight razor a great efficacy. It cuts to hear level with the skin not beneath. But you raise yourself at home. It's pretty hard to us. If you're not trained see this idea. He said what if you can take a single blade. How's it within a safe head. Attach handle to take it home with you in shave and that started the mass market shaving industry as we know it fast for twenty years later they lose the patent and many would argue that the only reason we have two three four five six play raises as purely dependent protection. But it actually has less efficacy. And if you travel internationally. Single blade is more popular than multi. His solution he re engineered the single blade. Razor specifically for coarser curly hair. He called it the battle and became the flagship product for walker and company and the first step in his grand plan envisioned. A health and beauty company on par with global brands. Like proctor gamble. A company that devoted its attention to men and women of color. It was blindingly obvious to him that this company should exist. A lot of people say that they're trying to build the proctor and gamble for people. Let me talk about this for a second. 'cause it's really funny number one. I've never said that and then two is interesting. Like i think folks talk about his. If a niche kind of thing but people call the majority of the world so if we're the with people of color what the hell is proctoring emma. But when you're pitching a room of mostly white mostly male investors. It can be hard to convey the urgency of this market oversight. So how did the best and brightest. Vc's responded tristan's idea no snitch. I don't think it's scalable. It's terrible idea for me to kind of jump into the bubble thing because it was a consumer group who didn't want an industry that is dominated by multi blade use case with billions and billions and billions of dollars to attack you with pan protection etc right to do it in like silicon valley right. It's crazy as is often the case that one loan champion go man. He's like that's the idea. And at that point in new hampshire quite frankly. This may sound like a strangely optimistic reaction. Why should a single endorsement from an investor away a crowd of investors. Telling you thanks but no thanks. Shouldn't you weigh all of the feedback equally short answer. No and here's why. The first truth of entrepreneurship and investing is that the very big ideas are contrarian. Because the contrarian is part of the reason why a bunch of large companies and competitors haven't already done it. Why a bunch of other entrepreneurs have already succeeded at it and so that leaves the space for the creation of something and degrade something big. You have to have that initial space. For example in the early stages of google it was searches a terrible way of making money advertising advertising time on site. And what a search do it shuffles you off the site as fast as you can go. That's not a good business model. So like an airbnb. It's like oh someone's going to rant a couch sure room from someone else. Who are the freaks on both sides of that transaction so all of these things have a similar quality. Very smart people will tell you. There's no there there soon. Gird yourself for a string rejections. Some entrepreneurs simply develop thick skin. Others treat it like a normal part of the work day you know. wake up. brush your teeth. Listen to people crush our dreams. It's a living but there's another more. Hopeful approach our producer dan. Kenny talked with a number of entrepreneurs who pitched seemingly laughable ideas in all kinds of industries like abbie folic founder and ceo of global citizen year. Her not for profit send students abroad for a year of international service between high school and college. Back in two thousand eight. She was struggling to get funding and she turned to a leadership coach for advice. We asked you to share that advice. The nose are actually a gift. You heard that right a- gift and he said between now and when we talk two weeks from now. I want you to go out into the world and gather as many knows as you possibly can. It is your homework to be rejected over and over and over and over and come back and report on it and it ended up being the most important thing i could have ever done. And the most important advice that could have been given at that point. The most successful entrepreneurs listened closely to the knows they mind the rejections for clues catherine menchu the founder of the muse got her share rejections over the course of a hundred and forty eight knows. She shared at the top of this episode. We asked her about the reasons that investors turned her down a bit too early for us but keep in touch once. You hit one hundred thousand monthly active users. Give me a call. This is a fool's errand it's expensive it doesn't scale that's not very tax. That's not a scalable platform. Aren't you worried that you're gonna lose all your users. They turned thirty. And you know have babies. Or you know i i get that women in new york and san francisco love this product. I think you're going to really have a hard time. Finding women who care about their careers once you go outside of the coast. And i just remember looking at these people and thinking. Do you know a lot of women. Catherine is right asked this question. She knows more about women than most investors and she also knows more about her business. Entrepreneurs have to learn how to hold on to what they know through the arduous pitch process and care golden the founder and ceo of hint. One takes this a step further when she was hard at work on a recipe for a flavored. Drink with no sugar preservatives. A bigwig in the beverage industry offered her pointed advice. What i want you to notice how care listened to his rejection. She didn't just hear. No she saw the breadcrumbs leading to her own company. Success his response was sweetie. Americans love sweet. That's really interesting that he just called me sweetie you know. I'm a business person. I been zoned out of the conversation and came back in realize somebody at a major beverage company basically was sharing with me. You know without him knowing at that was really what the belief was at this major soda company that americans really love sweet and so that was the fork that they were taking in the road and that i needed to put the gas on and grow this before they decided to come down my fork as well tons up occurs critic was wrong to the tune of ninety million dollars a year. That's how much revenue hint. Water takes in from americans who supposedly have incurable tooth. At this point you may be thinking about your own counterpoint. To my theory sure. Karen katharine ultimately secured financing and proved their critics wrong. But what if you're pitching a truly terrible idea. How can you learn to hear that. We'll be back in a moment afterward from our sponsor plaid. I walked past lemonade. Stand the other day and the kids were accepting venomous square cash and also had a square reader for credit card transactions on their smartphones. We're back with. John pits a plaid. He's been telling us how fintech has disrupted everything we buy including lemonade. Those kids taking then. No payments have already learned an essential rule of retail. Make it easy for your customers to buy. That's the same principle behind an old retail. Stand by the layaway program. The retailer new. You wanted this couch a goal to getting that couch with the layaway program. Well if you adopt that to the digital age. A lot of retailers are partnering with companies like klarna firm afterpay in their checkout experience and awesome new feature to their customers at checkout. Customers can opt to try before they buy pay and four interest free installments or finance the purchase with monthly payments. Buy now pay later. What a lot of these guys offer. If you're building those payment and lending and other services into your product to consumer can focus their attention on your product and know they've got a path to get there because you're providing them with the financial roadmap whereas all this going john shares thoughts later in the show to learn how plaid can power digital finance for your business visit plaid dot com So how can you tell truly bad idea from a bad sounding idea. How can you be sure. Your ugly duckling could become swan. This is the key you have to pay attention to the quality not quantity rejections. You want to see at least a tiny minority investors were. You don't have to get them to a yes but you should detect some fiction as they reason their way to anno- tristan has a keen ear for this quality in his conversations. He can pinpoint down to the powerpoint slide number the moments his audience stops paying attention at a slide in there. I think it was like slide. Fourteen where i talked about proactiv acne system as like a kind of a good analogy to what we're trying to do. You know the difference between kind of gillette and bevill as like. Neutrogena and proactive is a system. It's also very important issue. And the specie look me and i'll never forget this said tristan. I'm not sure issues related to raise them up. Shaving organization are as profound and big issue for people as acne at which point. I said you know. I kind of understand what you're saying but all you had to do is get on the phone with ten black men and eight of them said. This is a permanent thing. I have to deal with to get on the phone with ten white men and four of them would have said the same thing could have done it for women to you. Got the same ratios. So it wasn't that it was like a bad idea or not as important is just that that person was unwilling to acquire the context necessary to understand what we're working on. That's just laziness and at that point. I can't fix that. So i just gotta move on until i find somebody who understood it. Notice how quickly kristen's mind moves onto the next investor. When the quality questions drops he knows mid pitch that the conversations over the rest is noise. Those half-hearted questions. I like the elevator music of the pitch process. It's meant to pacify entrepreneurs in fact it at them. It also waste their time. Tristan will tell you he prefers a hard. No to a comforting. Maybe i mean silicon valley investors. We'll tell you all the time. We want to invest in people who can execute with some symbols of pedigree chasing a significant white space in a big opportunity for us. It was like check check. Check check ninety nine percent knows like how much is this right and you just like trying to say something that i wanna hear as opposed to telling the truth and i wish that silicon valley we tell the truth a little bit more tristen raises a really interesting question here. How much of this investor hemming and hiring as well. So what's really going through their heads as a partner. Gridlock i wanna share. What happens after entre leaves room and investors left them all over crazy idea. It begins with the debrief of the investors partners. If i'm presenting an idea to my partners gorilla and they all go that's great. We should do that. I'm like here's a bunch of hyper smart people and no one saying oh. Watch out for this or watch out for that. It's too easy the idea so obviously good. I can already hear. The stampede of competitor's trampling over are hopeful starting on the other hand you don't want every person in the room to say you're out of your mind then you wondering My drinking the kool aid and a very bad way. What you want is some people going. You guys are out of your minds and some people going. I see it. You wanna polarized reaction so take my decision to invest an airbnb as an example david z. Told me during the airbnb. Debrief david z partner. A gray lock investment. Well every venture capitalist has had a deal. It doesn't work that they learn from airbnb can be yours and david. Z is a super smart. Dc invested in linked in he invested in facebook invested in pandora. He personally returned two and a half billion dollars to grey locks funds. He's a smart smart. Money gets and believe me. I weigh his objections carefully. If someone is smart as david disagrees with me. I worry but i also get excited. It's an emotional rollercoaster and this sort of emotional. Turmoil plays out in the background discussion. It's hard to give an entrepreneur hard. No the best ideas make you want to say yes. And no in the same breath this mixed reaction constrain the relationship between investors and entrepreneurs one point example. My friend josh koppelman. The founding partner at first round capital tweeted a picture of a letter he received from burn founder. It was a message printed in huge black letters. The sender who will remain anonymous. Wrote dear josh. We'll see. I think you've already yourself over by getting left out of this deal. Josh commented on the street. Well that's one way to respond when a vc passes. But i talked with josh and that tweet doesn't even begin to capture the full range of emotions. He experiences when he turns down a founder. So like just personal question. Why did you tweak a letter. What was the impulse. It wasn't to mock him. It was just almost show that i recognize. I have a privileged life. Just because i say no. It doesn't end there. It's a hard thing. I'm an optimist urine optimist. The job is ninety nine percent of the time. We're saying no and so when you become a vc you have to try to figure out what what style of vcu are right. But i've actually found that when you're going to pass being able to be explicit and transparent about it and also doing it up front probably same experience you had. When i was raising money. There are three types of. Uc's my favorite with a quick. Yes my second favourite where the quick no and my least favorite was the long drawn out. Maybe if you show me this improve this. I knew that i wanted to being plus one or two. And that's what. I optimized for quick yes or quickness on the problem with the type three of is actually. They're damaging founders and the religious trying to play out their own image option on this and that's exactly right why say no i'll just wait around the hoop and maybe if something changes i'll get a shot in it is very damaging for founder and many founders. Because they're optimists they have happy ears. They hear that as oh this is interested when what they really should be doing is just saying thank you. Let's go to someone us now. On the other hand i got quite a long woulda coulda shoulda list so you know as i tell those founders there are plenty of companies that are in that is portfolio. So i'm often wrong. Are there any particular founders. That you passed on that you're haunted by yes i try not to obsess because the list is so long. I like the way that josh describes his list of missed opportunities every vc including me has a list like this. An anti portfolio startups. You might have funded which cast a long shadow over your conversations launch preneurs and if you as an entrepreneur see a flicker of that shadow cross an investors face that should give you comfort ultimately. You need to get used to being alone champion. And there's a question tristan poses to himself which is a good question for every entrepreneur who's in the depths of grueling pitch process. What do you fundamentally feel that. You're the best person in the world to do and like really be thoughtful about that. You know increasing humility a little bit and really think about what. You're uniquely qualified to chase the bad eightieth. Maybe that there is a hundred thousand people who could go solve this problem if they knew about it. If they're motivated by it but those hundred thousand you may be the only one who knows about it can assemble the resources and wants to do it. One of my favorite quotations is from robert deniro in the movie ronin which is if there is a question. There is no question and the parallel in entrepreneurship. Is if you have an absolutely solid theory of competitive situation you do not have competitive differentiation. And it's really important to have competitive differentiation. For example if you said at the beginning of link dan what was my differentiation. My differentiation as i understood. Veracity am i an expert on careers and the job recruiting marketplace and hiring. Mike no right. So i'm the unique perfect person doesn't mean that when you line up every attribute you turn out to be the only person that's action fact that you're taking a unique shot and you have a unique ability to take that shot relative to competition and once you're certain of your competitive advantage. They'll no longer feel like you're waging at quixotic battle against conventional wisdom. You'll feel like the world must eventually come around to your way of seeing things i think. Health and beauty is doomed for all types of reasons. I could suggest and talk to you about but one in particular really sticks with me and still does to this day i think all global cultures led by american culture which by black culture in the us and more recently asian culture and a big frustration of mine is my living in early subjecting region on the planet and its knowing very little about the earliest adopting culture on the planet. That discord doesn't make too much sense to me. So i'm trying to show folks that here's one of these kind of lost industries that have seen no disruption certainly with technology have seen no disruption. Certainly with like this demographic group that i understand and the cultural impact of it You start to see this. Demographic group becoming the majority of the country with increasing wealth access technologies that early adopting culture on the planet my experience of not having products that worked for me my ability to potentially raise money for that thing. I don't think there's anyone better on the planet to do this. One thing that night and day came that realization. It was the most freeing moment for me. And i didn't care about hearing the nose anymore because i knew that we had some. I'm reid hoffman. Thank you for listening a now. A final word from our sponsor. Plaid if you're a company and you touch money ever european tech company or you're going to be a fintech company. We're back one. More time with john pits of plaid. Who's been telling us how retailers are partnering with apps to keep the customer focused on their product instead of worrying how to pay for it. When i try on a new pair of jeans. I don't spend most of that time thinking about whether i'm going to use a credit card or cash or debit card. I think about the jeans. Your customer wants the financial aspect of their engagement with you to be the easiest part of your transaction and it isn't just retail. It's getting easier. Fintech is making its way into every consumer offering from home office software like microsoft excel to home improvement loans. The next phase is embedded finance where fintech becomes part of every product. That's probably coming in the next two or three years. That's what makes every company if tech company. You're becoming a company because fintech makes money. Easier consumers have voted with their thumbs. If you don't pay attention to what they want they won't pay attention to you to learn. How plaid can power digital finance for your business visit. Plaid dot com masters of scale is a whitewater original. The show is recorded on site in california and produced at the studio inside s y. Partners in new york per executive producers are june cohen and darin trip our producers. Jenny cataldo dan kennedy and ben. Manilla are supervising. Producer is j. punjabi original music by the holiday brothers mixing and mastering by brian. Pugh special thanks to jessica. Johnston say at least a schreiber crochet. David sanford stephanie. Kennedy and ravina. I'm a- visit master. Scale dot com the final transcript for this episode. And be sure to subscribe to our email newsletter.

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The Stowe-Byron Controversy

Decoder Ring

38:19 min | 1 year ago

The Stowe-Byron Controversy

"I read twitter a lot. You know as one does and a couple of months ago I saw a viral tweet. That made me think I must know more. It was by the journalist. Sarah Young it said people keep asking for my opinion on cancel culture and the only thing I have to say is that the Atlantic was nearly destroyed in eighteen sixty nine by thousands of subscription cancellations over an article by Harriet Beecher stowe insinuating that Lord Byron F. His sister then there was another tweet the best part of this saga being that he most certainly did like I said had to know more decoding a show about cracking cultural mysteries and Willa Paskhin every episode. We take a cultural question habit or idea. Crack it open and try to figure out what it means and why it matters a hundred and fifty years ago. Lord Byron and Harriet Beecher Stout collided in the pages of the Atlantic the resulting smash up endangered in August American publication altered the reputations of two of the most famous in their time authors that have ever lived and most lastingly besmirched the less famous woman at the story center at issue. Were so many of the topics that are still consuming us today. Civility celebrity feminism fairness fake news and bad literary and also. It's juicy so today undercoating. What DID CANCEL CULTURE? Look like in the eighteen sixties. There are three major players in the story. The romantic poet Lord Byron his wife. Lady Byron born Annabella millbank and the American author and abolitionist. Harriet Beecher stowe. I'm going to begin with Lord Byron. Because in addition to being the oldest of the three his Gargantuan celebrity and it's incredible longevity are the stage upon which all of this plays out one way to see this whole incident is a referendum on the shifting meaning of Byron of how it who's most lasting legacy was not his poetry but himself. He's had this incredible cultural impact possibly more than any other figure among the romantic poets. But not for his poetry for his. Persona. Laura Miller slates book critic and people who've never heard of him are basically still in love with him whether they're reading regency romance novels or twilight. Byron was born. George Gordon Byron in London in Seventeen eight his father a womanizer and gambler nicknamed mad. Jack died when Byrant was three leaving his second wife and son without much money Byron. Who's born with malformed foot of which he was very conscious was raised in Scotland but when he was ten he unexpectedly inherited the family title. Becoming a Lord. Byron lived in outside life and there is a bounty of gossipy facts about him like forbidden from bringing his dog to Oxford Byron. Brought a small there he wants described. Wordsworth as turds worth. He was very handsome and personally kicked off a craze for the open collared shirt and a nod neckerchiefs. The details of his diet were widely known he would sometimes drink vinegar to maintain his figure he was veraciously omnibus sexual betting men and women to say just one par for the course example. He claimed himself to have had liaisons with over two hundred women during a visit to Venice. It's easy to Slot Biron into the framework of modern celebrity. What he ate what he wore. Who is beefing with who he was sleeping with? And that's not a coincidence. He created that frame Mark Byron really the first true celebrity first person whose primary claim to fame was just himself was just this persona that he created and that he conveyed in this poetry. This persona. I mean appearance in child. Heralds pilgrimage travel poem that Byron wrote while he was on a grand tour of Europe in the years after university when the first two cantos republished in eighteen twelve? They made Byron and night sensation? I awoke one morning and found myself famous. He wrote in the poem. The protagonist Harold like Byron visits Portugal and Spain Albania and Greece. He's angsty naughty alluring. Here's how Byron Describes Harold early in the poem while Oh in Albion's isle. There dwelt a youth who may in virtues ways to take delight but spent his days in riot most uncouth and vexed with Mirth. The drowsy of night Me In suth. He was a shameless white. So are given to revel ungodly glee. Few earthly things found favor in his sight. Safe Concubines and Karnal Company and flaunting Wa- Salo's of high and low degree. This type of character has a name. Of course the byronesque hero. We just take for granted now. The idea of the brooding tormented loner hero who breaks rules and is a genius and no one really understands him but he follows his own instincts Even the causes him. This tremendous pain Byron really invented that sewn-up invent it. He embodied it inspiring two centuries worth of copycats so like every sort of chains teen every bad boy especially every vampire hero because actually the first vampire story was based on Byron. The FIRST REAL VAMPIRE STORY EVEN BEFORE DRACULA was a story that was written by Byron's doctor who likes so many people. The time was completely obsessed with Byron. This obsession which began after the publication of child Harold pilgrimage was called even at the time by Romania. His picture was everywhere. His looks were copied and lusted after one of his poems. Sold ten thousand copies in a day and his every move was widely gossiped about and there was so much to gossip about take the most famous of his many affairs with. Lady Caroline Lamb. She's the person who described Byron as mad bad and dangerous to know at this point more famous than almost any line of his own poetry when things were going well between the two of them she sent him a thatch of blood tinged pubic hair but they were not always going well at one point they were at some social event and she smashed a bottle and gouged her risks with the broken glass and this very theatrical suicide attempt because he wasn't paying enough attention to her all of this was happening during the regency right before the Victorian era at the particular moment that he was active was a time that was notable for a sort of laxity of public morals. You you could do it you could. You could fool around but you're expected to maintain a certain level of decorum now. He outraged public nevertheless he did this with an accumulation of scandal capped by one particularly outrageous outrage even by the standards of the regency like hotness like. Incest is like a little too far for them. Even yeah most definitely okay. So now what still the early nineteenth century. We're getting the part of Byron's life that would become fifty years later. The contentious subject of the Brouhaha at the Atlantic. We're getting to Byron's incestuous relationship with his half sister. A woman named Augusta. Leigh Augusta was the child of Lord. Byron's father magic and his first wife. She was five years older than Byron. And the two didn't meet until he was almost a teenager. They got to know each other. Well only after Byron returned from his grand tour of Europe in eighteen eleven at some point in the years after this Byron and Augusta who was already married began to have an affair one he would describe as the most enjoyable love affair of his life in May of eighteen fourteen. And this is still high. Romania Augusta gave birth to a daughter named Madora who's believed by Augusta Elite Madora and Byron himself to be Byron's childe upon seeing the baby for the first time. Baron wrote a letter to his close Confidante Lady Melbourne One of the most powerful women of the regency era expressing relief. That she was not deformed it is not an ape he wrote and yet while all of this was going on Byron it was exchanging letters with quiet bright mathematically inclined young woman named Annabella Millbank. The woman actually who coined the phrase buyer Romania after observing its effects and others. Miranda Seymour is the author of in Byron's wake the turbulent lives of Lord Byron's wife and daughter Annabella millbank was an potentially incredibly wealthy and rather Brennan Young Woman from the north of England. She was regarded as a tremendous Koch. Annabella had already turned down five proposals. When she met Byron a party at lady Melbourne's Lady Melbourne was also Anna's aunt Byrum who didn't dance because of his foot noticed. Annabel out not dancing as well. He was so intrigued the despite barely knowing her. He made an offhand not entirely serious proposal of marriage through lady Melbourne Annabella declined but the two began writing letters to one another we. All My bar is the most wonderful less writer they just rot long saying every kind of shocking thing and having fun but in his class born with Annabella darn changed character. He started imitating on the Bala managed to write. Let's actually remarkably boring. And he kept up waiting. Remarkably boring lessons about gp why these subjects lake. I can tell him poetry and religion and so on and so on a hotel us from Annabella perspective then Byron did seem to be table someone. She was already reforming when he finally proposed again. She accepted immediately. She was in love though. Byron professed a desire to be tamed. His motivations were more complicated but I needed to cover up. This incestuous relationship with an office and the child that they believe to be Dez and he also was in desperate need of money that was also the fact that lady. Melbourne was anybody. Supportive of the match now leading Melbourne. Who was tremendously fond of Bar was horrified by the story? Which Barn toyoto Mr a paste? And she said you cannot put your name at risk. In this way your reputation will be ruined and you must must must get married. Annabella and Byron or married January of Eighteen. Fifteen as a harbinger of what was to come. He told her that day shoot find she had married a devil lady. Byron did not know from the outset about his relationship with his sister who was very friendly towards Annabella but at some point she became aware of it when Augusta. Leigh stayed with the Byron's Byron would shoe Annabella upstairs early in the evening. Bad as that was wasn't the worst of IT Byron flaunted. His ongoing affairs threatened violence. When Lady Byron became pregnant she lock herself in her room while Beilin was raging for fear that she'd miscarry towards the end of her pregnancy she became convinced. Byron was going mad and took preliminary steps to have him committed. It was just a dreadful year environments life. He'd let he lost a lot of money. He was in a very another state and she left because she had for her life Byron when he was in one of his moods fix was a very frightening cartridge. Indeed in December of eighteen. Fifteen Annabella gave birth to their daughter. Augusta Ada yes named after his sister Augusta who grow up to be known as Ada lovelace the woman now famous in her own right for being the first to imagine a thinking machine. The computer one of the reasons Annabella had eight study. Math was in the hopes of counteracting. Her father's moody nature even though eight barely ever met him. Byron last laid eyes on her newborn because in January eighteen sixteen Annabella left Byron. They've been married for a little over a year. The end of Byron's marriage was scandalous but it was only one of the strikes against him. Others included his liberal politics. His bisexuality his attempt to sodomize both his wife and caroline lamb. And of course the incest altogether it was enough to push Byron out of England. Not He didn't want to go letters from this period show that he was eager to get away from his marriage. His country his expenses and the scrutiny in eighteen sixteen he set sail for Europe. And then we didn't know it then he would never come back at the time. He played up the tragedy of his partying. He wrote a poem about his angst having to leave his country his wife and child but the public wasn't really buying it. There's a cartoon from the time drawn by George cruikshanks of Byron on a small boat. Forlornly waving to Annabella and Asia on the shore even as he stands amidst bottles of alcohol. Three bosomy women hanging off of his body. Public view was very pretty cynical by Brown's departure and sympathy about time entire any a hundred percent with his Byron's adventurous life continued in Europe. He may have been a little disgraced but he was still regarded as a singular poetic genius. And it's not like bad. Behavior was off brand for him. He wrote more cantos of child. Heralds pilgrimage and his best regarded Work Don Juan. He continued to have affairs. He had another illegitimate child with a young woman named Claire Clairmont. That's a whole other unseemly rabbit hole. If you're looking for one to go down and a more stately multi year relationship with the Italian Countess Tereza Jujio Lee who will reappear later in the saga he also became more and more involved in the Movement for Greek independence eventually going to Greece to fight the Turks in Eighteen. Twenty four at the age of thirty six all fighting for the cause he died miscellany in death. His reputation was restored. Barring death in this noble courses that caused an every night and fiction and completely change your view about foreign despite everything that happened between them. Annabella still known as lady Byron because the two never officially divorced spent the rest of her life looking out for his legacy including financially supporting Augusta and Madora Lee remained devoted. Barin until the day she died. She paid off his debt soft and he died. She bought land in Greece. Booker she knew Byron loved Greece. She says schools in Greece In his memory she did a great great deal to to honor him. And that's we're going. Leave the Byron's for right now to head to America and Harriet Beecher stowe Harriet Beecher stowe is the other major figure in the story and though she was otherwise not at all like Byron. She was also extraordinarily famous in her own. Lifetime still was born in New England in eighteen eleven. The Sixth of eleven children to family was the equivalent of American religious and intellectual. Royalty devout and fiercely abolitionist. She wrote the anti slavery novel Uncle. Tom's cabin which was published in eighteen. Fifty two the book about Christ Lake Slave named Tom made the ABOMINATIONS OF SLAVERY. A concrete injustice to millions of white people who had previously thought about it only abstractly. It became the best selling book of the nineteenth century uncle. Tom's cabin so ten thousand copies a week on published in book. Form a hundred thousand copies by the end of the first year in this country a million and a half copies in England the first year Joan Hedrick is the author of Harriet Beecher. Stout a life. She was invited to go on anti slavery. Tour of the British Isles After the book was published and She was just fettered at crowds of two thousand three thousand people in Moscow and London and so forth. The Queen Victoria came to to see her. Yeah yeah she was truly an international phenomenon on still second trip to Europe in eighteen fifty. Six she had an extended audience with Lady Byron still had grown up reading and admiring. Byron's Work Meaning. His wife and grandchildren would have been a thrill in and of itself But Lady. Byron in the years since her separation from Byron had become serious about a number of causes including abolition despite both being reserved women. They had an intense personal connection. She was very very very smitten. I think is the right word. By Lady Byron shed. She had almost a Like a a girlish reaction that she felt this throbbing feeling it from the interview with her like she was almost infatuated by her bond between the two was so strong. That lady Byron shared with stow the details of her howirling marriage to Byron including his relationship with Augusta. Leigh I mean she just had an extraordinary emotional response to her her intelligence her her range of of knowledge and the fact that she was this injured woman who told her fur story. Personally after this encounter the two women stayed in touch wrote letters side at least one more time and then in eighteen sixty lady Byron died at the time of her death. Despite the past scandals she was a well regarded woman. Miranda Seymour. Lady Byron's biographer again. Landon Borrowing Eighteen sixteen and revered regarded as honest to saint. And that's how things stayed until eighteen. Sixty eight that year. Byron's former Lover Countess. Terresa Jujio Lee published her memoir mentioned Theresa earlier. She had a long affair with Byron after he left England for good. That's the idea that UNA BELA had killed. Barn with a code nece goodhearted. She had not understood his great. Love says system. Nothing said about incest your mind but just you need the great love food and She was a code halted. Who should never have been married to a wonderful man who was in fact hold. Your breath compete celebrates Any went to bed with women when they threw themselves slash him because he was such a gentleman. Well you would think a book like that. Would just you know four flavor a small cliff and never be seen again but it was published during a summer when there wasn't much news getting on and the gentlemen of the press fell upon it with up salute delight point when Lady Byron is under attack from Theresa Chili and the press that hire beat? You're still feels called upon to defend her friend stowe's Intel engines in doing so. Were good but they were not entirely. Disinterested stowe's fame was on the way in the civil war was over. It was the middle of reconstruction and she was almost sixty her. Most recent novel been badly reviewed. It would be ungenerous to say that she was simply looking for a way back into the spotlight but she did it. See in Lady Byron a righteous means of doing. Just that in defending lady. Byron's you could do two things at once. Stand up her friend and once again align herself with a surging moral 'cause this time the one for women's rights women really expected that after the civil war you know They would be granted. The right to vote to Joan. Hedrick does biographer again and they started Agitating in public Around the issues of sexuality and divorce so this is the the context where where sexuality was now being discussed publicly. So so had just read mills on the subjection of women and written a couple of of people about how this it just opened her eyes So she's thinking about women's rights now in other words the moment still wrote her piece was not entirely unlike our own. The world was changing rapidly and there was a new feverish. Attention being paid in some quarters to the mistreatment of women and here was his legendarily. Libidinous male writer whose prolific sexual shenanigans had long been part of its towering reputation despite his abhorrent and menacing behaviour towards his own wife. So sees all of this and she thinks she can do something about it. She can bring this immoral man to account and do right by her friend and herself in the process that the problem is she's not she's such a novice at this you know she hasn't really got very well worked out philosophy of women's rights. She's she's just sort of fallen into this suddenly so what she thought would be. I think the The uncle Tom's cabin of of women's sexual slavery it. It just didn't work out that way in fact it backfires spectacularly in eighteen sixty nine. Harriet Beecher stowe wrote a piece defending Lady Byron for the Atlantic monthly the Atlantic which is the same Atlantic that is still publishing. Today was founded in eighteen fifty seven in Boston with the ambition to be a first-class Literary magazine and exponent of the American idea. Kind of American ideal. The mission statement included in its first issue with signed by the likes of Emerson Melville Hawthorne and so famous Popular Immoral Beacon and embodiment of exactly the noble and literary American values at the Atlantic itself. Aspire to represent stow was one of the publications star writers the P. She wrote for the magazine. About Lady. Byron is still to this day a fun. Read Beecher stowe by synopsys Inc. and dismissing the claims of Theresa Julie's book which he says rousing up new sympathy for Byron and doing its best to bring the youth of America once more under the power of the brilliant seductive genius from which it was hoped. They had escaped. Byron was a bad habit. She thought America had kicked. But now he's back and she's going to help him out again. She shares all of Byron's misdeeds highlighting lady Byron's immense class and forbearance in remaining quiet about his sins which include incest the paragraph in which she takes a decades old open secret about Byron and his half sister and deems it fit to print reads as follows. He fell into the depths of a secret adulterous intrigue with the blood relation. So near in consanguinity that discovery must have been utter ruin an expulsion from civilized society? It was immediately apparent to the acting editor. In chief. The writer William Dean howells this piece was potentially explosive. Howls consulted a number of people about whether or not he should run it. Some told him no the doctor and poet Oliver Wendell Holmes Senior told him yes basically saying he should do it for the clicks because it will quote attract considerable attention. Howls position was further complicated by stoves starpower as one of his colleagues joked. With the ring of truth he might have felt like he couldn't say no to her and howls also came to think Asto. Did this. Telling the truth about Byron's misdeeds was the righteous thing to do. He wrote soon after the world needed to know. Just how base? Filthy and mean Byron was in order. That all glamor should be forever removed from his literature. In other words the could not be separated from the artist and the ought to both go down in September of eighteen sixty nine. The Atlantic publishes the true story of Lady Byron's life whatever the complicated motivations for printing it a combination of moral outrage and wanting to make a splash wanting to tell the truth about Byron while keeping Harriet Beecher stowe happy the piece is received and this is an understatement very badly so it created an uproar from England. Susan Goodman is the author of Republic of words the Atlantic monthly and it's writers eighteen fifty seven to nineteen twenty five. We've seen as being so distasteful unheedful SAR it as A move on the Atlantic plot to make money by publishing something that lists sensational and so that that was considered tawdry the Atlantic monthly. It was widely seen to have published out of bounds poorly sourced dirty laundry about a poetic genius. The piece was riddled with factual errors. And this gave readers a further excuse to dismiss it. One of those errors had to do the dates of the Byron's marriage still made it seem as though Annabella had buried Byron knowing about the incest and this turn people against her. What kind of woman would accept that? Only vile one. The fact that Byron was dead instead of as it might now making the whole thing less contentious only made it more so he wasn't alive to defend himself but there are also plenty of ways in which the pieces reception sounds familiar now as then people might wonder if consensual incest was really any of our business and like us they looked to famous people to take sides and they did the feminist. Elizabeth Katie Stanton defended the piece but she was in the minority far more. Were outraged about it including Charles Dickens. Who wrote quote wish? Mrs Stow was in the pillory all the back and forth about the scandal all the hot takes published about it. Basically were gathered into a book. The print version of an explainer called the Sto- Byron controversy. And then of course. There were the cancellations. The magazine began to hemorrhage readers who struck their subscriptions and Masse. Even though there doesn't seem to have been an organized campaign to do so about a third of their you know subscribers. They had about forty five thousand subscribers and they lost fifteen. This is more than just financially calamitous damage. The reputation took away their moral authority. I think that when people read the Atlantic this is probably true today when people read the Atlantic or The New York review of Books. They feel Is though that can it that somehow? That's a sign of how smart they are. Or How Cultured Day are you know it it confers and so when the when the Atlantic didn't live up to that ideal that that people had which was in part a reflection of who they wanted to be then. They broke their connection to the magazine. It didn't reflect their values any anymore the Atlantic and stove were asking people to Rethink Byron and rethinking. A particularly beloved celebrity was also not something people wanted to do then any more than they. WanNa do it now. It's one of those things where people just didn't really want to believe it. Laura Miller again. They were just in love with him with either in love with what he represented the sort of Prometheus in figure the grandeur and you know he was such a Sloven he. He was so unkind to his wife. And you know. He was bad according to Victorian ideals which basically what she was saying but the value of someone like Byron in particular. I think he represented all of the Trans aggressive impulses that people could allow themselves to express so they needed him even more. If you think about the true story of Lady Byron's life as a boulder tossed into a lake. The effect on the Atlantic is the big splash. Immediate obvious dramatic but the Atlantic survives the impact basically by washing their hands of the whole thing. They just let it flow over. Basically Susan Goodman who authored a book about the Atlantic Again House didn't get fired. He blamed Harry though. You know four exaggerations. Let's say howls would actually go on to become the editor in chief of the magazine which slowly built its subscriber base. Back up for her part was completely blindsided by the reaction she just could not believe the reaction of the American press. Joan Hendrick does biographer again. She never thought that they would disbelieve her story which she heard directly from Lady Byron but instead they just decided that lady Byron. What's insane or you had a diseased mind or you know an end. Of course. They accused Stowe of being prurient and and and taking the Sensational Story. Dragging it before the public and some said even. If this is true you shouldn't you shouldn't say it in public but instead of backing off sto digs in. She turns the piece into a book. The vindication of Lay Byron. There is also at that point defense of her decision to write the piece in the first place. He never regained the kind of stature that that she wants had I probably would have continued to lose it anyway but this didn't help still. When stowe dies in her eighties in eighteen ninety six this is a minor ripple a footnote in the story of the woman who wrote uncle. Tom's cabin ultimately the stories most tidal repercussions. The people knocked flat by the way of kicked up by this boulder of a Brouhaha are the dead ones. Lord and Lady Byron since their separation lured lady Byron's reputations had become something of a zero sum game. When one was up the other had to be down in the years immediately after lady. Byron's death she had been on top but still is peace and the work that was responding to turn this upside down. Miranda Seymour again won Miss Interesting things about the response to hurry. It's book is that Byron was completely restored as a kind of angel clear. She's talking here about his persona not his poetry. Though Barnes work was wildly esteemed in his lifetime by the time. All this is happening. His poetry has become something of an afterthought and this mess doesn't change that it just gives his persona a hard Polish. The beginning of a new Passion full bio in the great figure. The neighbor mind injured husband above all which is his new role. He injured husband and that rule written well into the twentieth century to being injured husband. He has to have a cruel wife. Lady Byron. She seems to have become later in life. Not to put to find a point on it. A bit of a pig abstemious controlling a proud goody two shoots it's nothing that bad and certainly nothing that excuses Byron's behavior towards her but then as now it's nothing that fun. She's just a deeply unromantic figure surrounded by these deeply romantic figures who didn't always speak kindly of her. Byron insulted her in his poetry her daughter. Ada resented some of her controlling ways even as she assiduously kept her mouth shut in the years right before and after her death. This wasn't really held against her. She had her critics but she was a very respectable. Devout well-behaved woman. She was in a lot of ways a very good Victorian. When does article comes out? People don't just defend Byron the go on the offensive they latch onto lady Byron Self Regard. The complaints about her and wore per into a malevolent killjoy. With an anti artistic temperament who is out to get Byron nobre and wonderful woman who overnight almost it seen can be turned into a woman who is being described as I didn't know kite M Nesta and the woman in England and the types of there was no incentive. The main thing they wanted to say what's the was new incest. This was all a delusion of lady. Barnes mind And that idea was pushed relentlessly in book after book. Costa Book Lady Byron was cast as cold uptight heartless prudish and vindictive the wet rag to Byron swaggering genius out there. Besmirching his name. His every flaw was forgiven. Her every flat was magnified and this remained the predominant conception of her for more than a century in other words Lady Byron the least powerful least famous ensure least charismatic participant in this whole contre temps is the only one who was in the contemporary sense cancelled. As I was working on this piece I kept thinking about something that Laura Miller fleets book critic said to me about Romanticism. Still live in the sort of emotional and cultural soup of Romanticism. And so if I were to describe it to you it would be like I was describing what we live in now. If we have an idea of like the individual genius or the importance of gut feelings over reason or the imperative for self-fulfilment. All of those things are romantic ideas that were basically formulated during the romantic movement. But we just kind of take them for granted because we don't really remember what the world was like before the romantic movement this whole story underscore says we're still swimming in the same soup still working with the same archetypes asking the same kinds of questions fighting the same kinds of fights fascinated by the same sorts of things. I mean imagine if something similar to happen right now if a respectable outlet to run a piece alleging misdeeds about a famous man beast only on the words of the victim herself now as then the whole thing would be an enormous attention consuming to do. There would be pieces about the place of open secrets in our culture outrage the outlets frenzy for attention had led it to run such bad reporting questions about whether it was fair to judge a previous Arab by the standards of a new one and debates about the merits of the accusations themselves. Are they real? Are they really that bad? Should they have been shared? Has this whole thing gone too far? All of this will be capped by a lot of fretting about how we're now supposed to relate to the bad man at the center of the story even if after the dust settles. He goes on pretty much as he was. I'm not saying everything is the same. We're now at a moment. When stowe's basic position that there is a moral reason to expose the bad deeds of famous. Men is ascendant and blaming the victim. What happens too much is more generally understood to be an evil unto itself but you only have to think of the recent Michael Jackson documentary or the Cavanaugh hearing to see. We're not so far away from all of this. Even if in eighteen fifteen byron stands didn't have the ability to swarm it lady. Byron's Twitter Account Making Death Threats. Still if you're looking for a little reassurance that things have changed you can find it in the facts. That ours is the age. That finally took a harder. Better look at Annabelle millbank. It's only relatively recently well into the two thousand ten's the biographies like Miranda. Moore's have much more meticulously done. What Harriet Beecher? Stowe tried and failed to do a hundred and fifty years ago restore the reputation of the flawed by which I mean. The human woman married to a much more famous man. You know what they say better on cancelled late than never decoder ring. I'm Willa Pass. Can you can find me on twitter at will pass skin and you have any cultural mysteries. You want us to code you can email us at decoding at slate dot com. If you haven't yet subscribe and radar feed and Apple podcast or ever get your podcasts. And even better tell your friends. This podcast was written by Passion. Paskhin and edited by Benjamin fresh who also does `lustration for every episode it was produced by Willett Haskins. And Benjamin Fresh Cleo. Eleven is our research assistant thanks June. Thomas Gabriel Roth and Sasha on our thanks for listening. 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The Art of Compassionate Business w/Bruno Cignacco

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The Art of Compassionate Business w/Bruno Cignacco

"All right ladies and gentlemen boys and girls. We are here with another episode of the authority project in. I am here a minute friend. Brunel nocco he is here. He says to help us. Discover the art of compassionate business. Is that right bruno. That's right thank you very much. Well we shall see we shall see what he can do for us today on this incredible episode of the authority projects. For all right ladies and gentlemen boys and girls. Feast your eyes tune your ears. It's that time again. We are live with another episode of the authority project. It's the video. Podcast streamed on facebook. Youtube twitter and periscope where we talked to digital marketers business coaches and creators of all kinds on how they built authority field. And how you can mimic their success developing authority building your audience and attracting better clients to your own business now without further ado. Let's bring to the virtual stage your host. Brian s arnold back. I am brian as arnold. 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Many companies are tried to manipulate customer into some selling some parole or they can't to for example for customers to buy pro that not suitable for them and in this training for example we teach a companies code to discover customer means how to build long-term relationship with customers how to develop win agreement with customers how to obtain san reviews from customers recommendation positive accommodation positive word of mouth from customer. This is very important because customer when they're demi satisfied they become silent ambassadors representing the company's brand that represent the company's prologues and the truck new customers discover and win the company's treating customers compassionate way. This means when they tried to under promise means to keep that promises reasonable but the over believer this means that they bring this customer more more quality bitter price. He's a much better performance. So and you see many companies that acting in an opposite way. They tried to over promise. They tried to sasha ray their their offerings and they tried to enter. The these aren't example compensated are noncompassionate so this is one of the training. Seminar for companies. Another training seminar is for example how to to develop much more competitive teams. You see that many many of the people working for that company act in a competitive way. They tried to outpace one another. They tried to take it all the married for the projects and this not a good environment. There is totally said for example that teams that that acting in a compassionate way that support one another then to bring about hiding place at the function higher customized satisfaction lower employed to nobre logan playoffs in shown a lower chris labeled and this impact positively on the bottom line so being compassionate be mean being supported being grateful being genitals in business bring about profit instead of when you focus solely on key performance indicators such as profitability productivity efficiency and you dismiss the relationship with different stakeholders such as customers employees community members and business bars. You tend to it that use your performance. Your your indika tend to go down. Why because we understand. The disindicators are always been natural result of interaction between the company. Any stakeholders in simple words. I wonder listening to understand this. You kind of succeed in business. Without people we succeed without a human being i many companies only focus on one hundred eighty s because business profit market share sales which are important but they dismissed the relationships. We the most important factory jesus activity. I want to spread the word. And it's important for companies to focus more on building long term relationships with different chord with employees with customers and other stakeholders instead of focusing so much on profit market share because when you build solid and robust relationship with their stakeholders. This secret. Profit market share and others then to unfold naturally. Yeah so so bruno. This all sounds great. Right as all sounds great. But how do you get I'm glad you're just diving right in there. It definitely in there to the to the to the topic here. So how do you get an entire staff on board with this line of thinking. I mean most of most think about you know ties to major organization Maybe like i dunno. What would it be talking to one hundred to maybe five hundred. Maybe most the people on their staff just doing their job. Some people you talking about customer service customer service can be very very stressful in and of itself depending on how many calls to getting in and the the the clients that are calling in with their issues and so forth. How do you get to this level of what you're saying. We're we're we're all compassionate. And how do we get the today to that type of code but important question. Well it's not difficult but also with up to his son examples. Someone to start within the company is good to start from the top management level. Show the lead. Is this your ceo for giving the example. You see many leader. That are behaving noncompassionate way. They tried to manipulate that. Data subordinate tried to for some people. Overwork detroit to split employee's these not an example when when employees see that the leaders are not behaving in a compassionate way they were cities assign example to emulate in negative examples. So lever should take the leave. These mean started beginning much more compassionate way means i normally seem for example employees contribution how you can analyze not totally paint a bonus for these employees when they over work when they work overtime but also for simple writing a very simple thank you no thank you note for their contribution returner consign when possible or celebrating and went to for this employed to obviously be a knowledge publicly or bill taliban now during this pandemic but don't so employees can also contribute on their own to to develop these compassionate in vitamin. How forty simple being more support the genitals why. This is so important. Because when you start from your own grow your own position as an employee you bring up a positive ripple effects why because there is a very simple social psychology principle. That is called the law oprah prototype and i want to describe this very simple way when you treat others in a compassionate way. They tend to reciprocate the tend to walk it then to treat you or between a compassionate way when you treat others seen money politics way. Ordinate an in noncompassionate way. They also tend to reciprocate the ten to act in a noncompassionate way that then to withdraw tend not to cooperate so this mean everyone should start from the from wetherby yet so it could be if you're subordinate or low level in this company. Cayenne up key you start the at the you have much more important role because you are sitting example for the whole company but when you start you're bringing about positive side just their mmediately white because when you're treating people in supported caring way they kind of act but alike because this is the human nature if treat people in a very kind way. Caring way you care for them. We don't looking for any site objectives without trying to manipulate people feel that you are acting in an authentic way. They tend to reciprocate this up. And when you treat people in a way in a forty simple negative way they placating them. Criticizing carsley will people wouldn't withdraw or will feel attack and they will also try to act in an aggressive way. Many working vitamins are full of fear. And i want to say this very clearly data fee at a base. Unfortunately some people hate working there. Data fearful impress are fearful of being five. They're fearful of making mistakes and being a been allies or punish fearful of being their role to be like a outpaced by others. They're fearful of making being ridiculous or looking like sealy when when trying new ideas and this is not a good place to work. Why because when you feel fear you're descending askew tend to be impair you kind of think creativity you kinda think. Productivity this is an example of non compassionate working vitamin and this when this is foster when they employees sarah foster in this vitamin a fear. The the the board and the managerial sunday. Ceo's are fostering this vitamin employees luck would be called psychological safety mean. they don't feel at ease. Feel like tranquil. They don't feel like they can express themselves. They feel constrained they feel tense. They feel stressing sank out on this lower productivity this lower competitiveness or listen the go down and in some cases on employee's started becoming absent. They don't go to war because they don't feel comfortable and these also created much higher turnover rate so not good instead. The opposite happened when employees are allowed to express their views when employs voice is a knowledge and consider not only for a small decision by for went imply. Not you see ten micro. They treat them like children. You can do this. You can do this. Instead of keeping general guidelines and allowing employees use that descending on creativity to work in the best way that they can they're micromanage intercity in every single step in impre- ecuador thirty station not good quite because employees feel constrained. They don't feel authentic. they feel like they're a coke in the organization and machinery. So yes sobrino. So how do we. 'cause 'cause i understand that that feeling emotion that some people get into that they're losing their jobs and so forth but they're still has to be some some kind of performance I understand performance has to be adhered to so so. How do you balance that outwear. You're saying you know that person is not performing well or maybe. The is our performance in no initiative. You know fair for that employees. How do you balance that out with that. Even please performing one you can. You can provide this employees with constructive criticism. I'm not against criticism against disease on negatively diesel. When you pro a hub. In in my book. I have a whole chapter constructive. Criticism what is conservatism. I saw when you pray weekly decision in a constructive way in a compassionate way you understand that employees do not only mistake they do think correctly so you should start a conversation when you're providing feedback to this with a thing that employees did well in the past so you start with the positive care or thank you for your contribution the previous projects such as dcc's your contribution was a body because of this you our knowledge their contribution your knowledge value because employers want to feel valued. They want to feel knowledge. Ben your comment about the thing that not a not so well. By instead of focusing on the mistake it said you focus on how they can improve you to focus on the change that can be introduced so you can say the thing that you recently can be improving that way and that way in that way in the future so i want you to. Please pay attention to these and also you provide employees with support. This mean i want you to. I want to help you to perform better in the in the future. I can provide you with coaching session. Are we can provide you with some mentoring. Like i'm provide you with son. Forty simple on the job training. You try to guide these employees and infanticide keates a no show that you have to also to acknowledge their natural capabilities. When you're programming you see but you can say you know. I know that for your expedient. You have these capability on this thailand also too. We can connect your talents to future producer in this way. And this way i can kill you. I can forty simply introduce you into a team so that you can learn more about this and you can enhance your kids. Employees want to feel that they're contributing to the mission in a meaningful way what talking about the indicators say oh it's important. We focused on the relationship but for mass important we helped under send. The performance is brought about by people but doesn't come out of the blue come from people show. Will you treat the the building brick openly business activities people. I am talking about but only common sense and common place but we don't care for people the human being that this the most important in any company why police have so important because their resources that eight other resources employs in rate new products increasing. It eight new services in place in new ideas appreciated they. New market in precept customer interface between the company and differently. Cigna stakeholder you. we're not care for the most important as at who care for them. So i was saying that when you nurtured this relationship with employees not only within place with customer supplied with community members and other stakeholders for example. Be some spotless. Dc indicate for example as such as performance copy team that's productivity quality labels profitability and others then to improve naturally because these indicators come from people come from the interaction between people and we got understand very important point of your question. Wash very saiful. No company can succeed by itself. company need to succeed. I want to paraphrase famous philosopher. That upset no money silence. I want to say no. Company nyland component to succeed to try meet support for an employee's from customer from community members from visas panels. So when you natural this relationship with all the stakeholders nelson means only seemed that means looking for only wing win agreement looking for long term relationship not only wonder a section of one of tra- sexual when you not this relationship with transient brighton. This relationship this indicator tend to improve naturally. Organically is when you focus on. The kids are sorely what we call for example the bottom line profit. You tend to these relationships. I'm definitely definitely so. I love everything just saying right now. We know so. This is so good. So how do you get into the point. Where we were. We framing coach. Now in your in your company. How does this quite to more profits or is that the main goal in this whole thing. Well if you for some profit only. This is a very incomplete view on business. We call this the bottom line. I like to say much more expanded more than expensive model. Where we call the three pool waterline. You should get a for profit with very important thorough. Not only for companies or bible for company success. We saw that this one of the most important indicator that especially sharikov will look for but also the bottom line that this avoiding complete model is used by. Many companies is much more insightful. Mother that this called three people you care for profit which are important you get also for people. People like customer supplies employees community members that are the building bricks of any business activity. I give you an example. If you treat employees in a compassionate way in an innovative way these employees would tend to go the extra mile to attend to work in. An unconditional away. In some cases they were over the time without getting tired. He said when you treat employees like in a very negative way to say any for later ward when they prayed employee's and this implies that not feeling unaudited don't feel valued these employees not only will water by the book by. We're trying to switch from this company to other organization. They say happened with customer. And when you try to manipulate customer you be noncompassionate. We customer this customer. Look for other option other pros other competing services instead when you treat them in a loving way. This customer will recommend your company will love your produce considerably. She's unevenly will bring more customers to your company. These play tourists. They call it so kidding for profit caring for people and the third part of the triple bottom line is caring for the planet. Many companies that three customer wealth three priests well are profitable but then polluting vitamin they. They use in non renewable sources of energy in some cases they throw away seeing in their into the rivers or the into the sea or they used material the tab not a forty separately site coupled so we had to care for the world. I feel that something was taught by the pandemic that where human beings are not acting in a negative way with vitamin with the ecosystem. The nature is very weiss and recovered itself in vitamin get cleaner. the obviously the water. Get much cleaner. While because companies many company company tend to pollute. The environment tend to use a material recyclable. And this is not complying with three tonight so to summarize carrying for profits very important getting four people equally important and caring for the planet so this will be the cheaper waterline when companies duties. We have simple company that they're doing this whole foods or tag on ya. These companies not only profitable. They have a very important human orientation very good brand emit employs lap toward via. And they're in natural magnitude attracting new talent and customer loved this company because they're not only buying good pro but also they're contributing directly to the improvement of being vitamin great stuff man. So so this is. This is i i love. I love this whole thing. So i want to. I want to get into the point. Where implementing this with the company that you intend to work with all right. So what is what is your sales pitch. Look like you don't stay like you know what i'm here to teach you guys how to how to love and be compassionate to each other. You know how does that. How does that come off to a company where you're starting to think trying to trying to help them get into this new coach. What do you say from the beginning. What for example like you below talks so i give him a top talks and sank. Companies attend represents the attendees stokes. I don't the water sailing you-know-what because celicas negative connotation i like much more were serving because when you're sending if you talk about sitting nutritional prospected you're thinking more about yourself your company you don't care so much about e customer because when you're focusing only on selling on the front the traditional perspective you tend to uses clipped many companies uses the rebus creep to customer some mechanical does sound authentic eastern cases company houston hacktivists. Only strategy would mean that they tried to sell the moss's prologues to get higher commission. The higher profit thinking about customer. I much more. They were serving and connect to customer. Said we means adding value to customer customer. Kobe problem you know that you have a pro pro. Look or a. That could bring about some solution to this problem. Well what you're doing is you're connecting your own knowledge with the knowledge. The customer about their own needs and that there should be a much there or not in some casey. There is no much your political savvy that this valuable for this customer and you have to let this customer go many companies tried to retain customers like retention retention means. You're keeping san juan by force. Detroit to retain with fine print in the contracts manipulation. Offering pro are not suitable for them. Is casey forcing then to to to buy a pro customer together. Regret full and you hope to make us feel at east. I like to talk about a very important in motto mecham by the famous management guru. Tom peters don't pete that upset that you have to always always under promise an over under promise me that you have to become born with your offerings. You don't have to resuscitate you don't want to fantasize promising thing that you can deliver so you have to be acting with integrity and this means hamble authentic and truthful and also tried to under promise and over believer believer means though you tried to give more than the customers pack. What do i mean here for example. If you're selling a computer to discuss amount of computer you can pro custom at with free training for a free computer training of free coding training. Why because you're in value you're not only selling. The computer are allowing customers to use a computer. In the best way he's been company will go only to the basic need to meet the basic needs. You have to exceed customers when you exceed the customer. Not only they feel satisfied by feel delighted and customer fee. Delighted are the customer that say. I love this book. I love this company. They used the word laugh with straw. They love so much that the company make any mistake because the deadliest were exceeded customer may even forgive this little mistake and they might even recommend this company to others why because they feel that their knee well taken into account they were not met on a basic level. But they were they were were very high level. They exceeded so many company go for the basic so many companies are ungrateful when company. Sarah selling sale in the traditional way of setting pro look. They tried to get the deal as soon as he will. One of transaction of intellectual instead of focusing on the relationship you have to build relationship with employees but also will pass from customer. They want bringing profit to a company. How do you. How do you be this relationship with customer i shop establishing different will be called touch points. That's the different interaction between a company and customer for example customer cutting with a company by taking the company's website. This is one touch point. Costumed canada with a company. Wi calling the company on the phone sickened dutch-born customer can go to the shop or the store as the comparison that attach pun or these touch peng should bring about porsche. People emotional to customers. These customers shouldn't feel that they have been deceived or they have been mistreated or they have been disrespected or they ca- been dismissive. Customers should feel a knowledgeable customers should feel value because they are bringing their money their time that boating devoting the time to to analyze the to buy the product spending their money. They were in the the company can do. Is this customer in any obese. Touch bon before during or after sale. If the company dismiss customers this customer will feel great will feel a cab revengeful and my one try to get some refined or a return the prologue if the customer fields at the fire that moment might leave negative reviews these accustomed that will push potential new customer from that company so beating long-term religiously so important because you're not only caring for this customers a lot what they need to be candid but you're kidding for new customers that are about to come when you care for customer current customer. They're more likely to recommend your company to new customer. When you don't care for the current customer they not only will go away but those who they will push other potential customer way. I made clear with this choice so important. Yes very much so very much. Love your passion love. You're passionate and you're speaking about. This bird is amazing. So i we got one last question for you in. It goes up like access to all of my guests and it goes something like this people. See you the. Hey you now. And they're you know they're inspired by what you're saying in they might have similar goals and some inches you are. We're trying to help. Companies now reframe the culture of the companies. And they want to do what. You're doing bruno car. They wouldn't be just like you in the sense. So can you tell them. And i'll put your front and center. Can you tell them how they maybe one a few tips on what you what you feel what you to them how they can be an authority in this space. Very important to actionable tips. I sub if you're working ceo or you're working an employee or you're walking us on by of regarding companies you have to be more generous. Geno means focusing on other. Don't focus so much on you. The only way to be compassionate. More generous this you have to set of others add value to others bill relationship with them be more generous can be in two ways. You can keep tangible thing for example. If you're a boss you can get some bonus to your employees working hard but also you can give intangible thing would kind of be perceived by senses for example. If you're working for a company you can listen to your employees a complains. You're a boss working for a company. You can give this employee son advice. You can give some technical support so you can keep things intangible thing. These applied to customer employees community members and also be spanish and also the on actioner will try to be more grateful with all people that you're working with like a team effort in company cannot succeed without employees. The company of sexy with customer daddy sunny interdependence between customers employees community members pieces spun by being grateful you noticed the contribution from different people that are are in value to your company being released that you can do. Why because when you're ungrateful people feel resentful. People feel like in some cases they feel analyze it. And they tend to withdraw. They tend to not to cooperate. Remember the lopresti property when you are grateful to others. When you're appreciative effort. They tend to contribute more tend to be on board members more unconditionally. Instead when you do not appreciate them. They tend to withdraw. They tend not to cooperate. So being generalists have been great for that to actionable. Simple steps that you can say even if you're the ceo your employees. You're johnny cleaning the toilet. You are in any rolled working for this company. You can use steeped in a very clear way. S amazing man. great stuff. great stuff riddle. I love everything that you said here. I hope that everyone got something out of this. That is just major companies missiles. The major copy. Didn't they really need to hear this. So i'm so glad to get you on the show to to talk about the art of compassionate business. I love it so please tell people where they can find you now after the show. Thank you very much. They can find me. On linking many foreign also they can find me on my website. www dot bruno seeing nichole dot com and www dot human oriented. Enterprise dot com. And they want to know more about my new book is titled the ultimate compassionate basis probably might into nineteen. They can find online for example amazon and website so they can find offline any book shop worldwide. Thank you crazy steph and this list pronounce that last name for people weren't listening later so cigna cigna could see an acc. Oh awesome great stuff. Hey love to have you on here and again Just just outstanding absolutely work that you're doing. I really appreciate it and hope hope that we can get to do is again in the future. Of course of course thank you. I feel very honored for having by to thank you. But i thank you so much for everybody. Here please were in the The statistics seasons happy holidays. 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Yasuke, the African Samurai

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Yasuke, the African Samurai

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It's weird. I have to, like, be quiet, not make noise crinkle in arap raining, your neck to look at us, and we have a really, we can smell each other's Musk's. Absolutely mean this is a very small little hot box that we're in right now. Are you the most might be me? Oh, no. It's Milange of our all of our Musk's. And all of our Musk's combine. We are ridiculous history. A potpourri of perfect ridiculousness. Yeah. Did you see the movie what was it? With force Whitaker was a ghost dog way. The risk soundtrack. Jessica. Soundtrack. That's right. Jesus does production but is more, I think known for his versus when we'd take forms like voltron believe that Rizza as the head, I resent the new Jim movie, how do you do? He was great for his sin. I had issues with the movie movie was very like the painfully self-aware. Yeah. But, but no, he's got a little cameo. He's with whoop ES. So he makes delivery. That's great. I do want to still Jarmusch attic. So, I'll check out dead. Don't die a but this interesting because in the, the concept of ghost dog. Right. Is that he is a samurai and people are often taken aback because they're thinking, how can this black man? Be a samurai. Well, but to be fair. He's also like a modern day kind of self -scribed samurai isn't right? He does he's not dressed, as a samurai in the sixteenth century would be. But today we're gonna talk about a historical ghost dog kind of figure, right? Yes. Yes, Suka, the enslaved, African men who became a samurai and fought for noble Naga, also soft, no to any of our Japanese speaking friends in your fellow Japanese speaking listeners in the audience, none of us, speak Japanese should we have brought him Lauren Vogel bombs, a Japanese consultant on this one. You know, I thought about it. No. But I didn't want to. Bring it on her at the last minute. She still recovering from jet lag from Hawaii. Yeah. We we welcomed her back yesterday. And it was it was bittersweet because, you know, it's an welcome back. I'm sorry you had to leave Hawaii. I singer, the welcome back kotter song with open arms. We shared a whisky. You were there was there was there. I said, Aloha. She said, Mahalo, then that is the extent of my Hawaiian language. And just, you know, our, our knowledge of the Japanese language is similarly light, we're going to do our best on these here pronunciations. Here's a thing it's not unheard of in the history of the samurai for non Japanese individuals to reach the heights mean work their way up to the ranks of the samurai, you may have seen that Tom Cruise movie the what is it? The last samurai Sarah problems with that Phil. Well, isn't it kind of a white savior narrative? Blood diamond. And blood diamond is the is very similar thing with Leonardo DiCaprio someone is killing a bunch of people. But then they do one decent thing because they happen to be white their praised. And if I'm not mistaken, don't they both do bad accents, and both of those movies, my favorite by favorite offer Connor or South African accent is Leonardo's data would that people like me and been to eight means white mining, a freak out. Ooh, wow. That's actually that's the accent is so terrible that I did a pretty good job of what Leonardo DiCaprio is doing isn't Embu tool, so at type of Lennox soft say it's a Lennox. Yeah. But if I'm not mistaken so English, sailor. William Adams was born in fifty. Sixty four died seen twenty came to Japan in sixteen hundred and he did just what we said rose to the ranks and became himself, a very notable samurai, but he was English didn't Tom Cruise not doing English accent in the movie if I'm not mistaken. I don't remember. I don't think so. Okay. I you know, I was watching a plane or something yet, this guy, the English guy comes after Yasuko. That's right. And you just the most famous, I've never heard of Suk. Yeah. He's just the most famous. There was also one from shortly after yesterday's period. Who was from South Korea. There were several from South Korea. There was one guy from the Netherlands, and then there was William Adams, you mentioned. And then there was a Chinese national, and then there was one who was unknown. Oh, the unknown Samra. That'd be a good movie. That's great name. Just as a start with the name and work backward. But no, we have this gentleman, whose name is Yasuko. And I can only imagine that was his name that he was given after coming to Japan. Right. They refer to him and all the research that we've seen as that from the starts. We don't know what his name was before. But I can only assume that that's the case, would you agree? Yeah. Yeah. Or it's at the very least, it's a Japanese ation of his original name, so we have a couple of theories about his life, but we don't really know anything for certain about his, his original life, before he arrived in Japan, according to some books, people just sort of assumed that he was from Portuguese controlled Mozambique, because a lot of the people of color, who are traveling to Japan from Africa were coming from Mozambique. No, that's right, because he was an enslaved person. And he was traveling with a group of Europeans are believe a. Men from Portugal, and he was sort of like a man, servant to this was it a Jesuit. It was some kind of religious member of a religious order. If I'm not mistaken. Yes, yes, he arrived in fifteen seventy nine as the servant of a Jesuit missionary Allesandro valley Gano, an L Sandro had been pointed what they called the visitor, or the inspector of Jesuit missions in the end e. So that was southeast Asia and east Africa. So he would travel around to all the missions owned by the Jesuits. And a lot of this research comes from a gentleman named Thomas Lockley, who wrote a book called African samurai, the true story of Asuka legendary black warrior in fetal Japan. And then as you said, at the top of the show, one of the theories is that he came from Mozambique, others suggests that he came from Sudan, and even trained as a child soldier in Goa, and India. Right, right. The. Idea being that because of his to the Japanese extraordinary height is about foot taller than the average Japanese person and because of his very, very dark skin. He might have been a member of the Dinka in Sudan. So let's stick with Lockley for a second. This is, again, this is all speculative. There are no crop rating documents on your suitcase time his agreed upon adventure as far as documents go really does to begin in Japan. But luckily spent nine years researching the story of this of this man. Yes, who game and he believes that you Suk it was objected from his family by slave traders, either of Arab or Indian origin and then traffic across the Indian Ocean through air countries. And as you said, normal trained as a child soldier, and it's during this time that Lockley speculates just suitca meets Allesandro valley. Gano the most powerful Jesuit missionary of. Of the day. So go up was a huge trading missionary military hub coastal. Yeah. For the Portuguese empires. And it was a huge center of the slave trade. So it's, it's quite plausible that this is where the Jesuits encounter yesterday for the first time, right? Yep. I agree completely. Let's backtrack, just a little bit and give a little bit of context of what was going on in. Sixteenth century Japan at the time. Huge divides going on a lot of 'isolation from the outside world. The country was split into various provinces. And they were ruled by these futile lords that were again into my on this one. They were called. I think it's dime use and this is, of course, a nation, that is an island. So it has a lot of water that causes it to be isolated in that way. So it really creates its own kind of universe very isolated, and that is until European. Explorers. You know, with ships and fleets seeking adventure decided to make their way into this what they thought saw as a very exotic land that they either wanted to conquer or you know learn from or I don't know what the motivation. What do you think? Then they didn't have the moose successful results at first, the Portuguese were the first Europeans to arrive in Japan. And they brought their entire culture with the mooch included the religion and included, slavery and included our hero. Guess again. Support for ridiculous. History comes from our POWs at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. Home is so much more than a house. It's your own little slice of heaven. 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He tries to rub. What he thinks his ink off of this man, skin and makes him like strip to his waist, and then try to rub it off in the negotiate. My god. He's fascinated by the this is really this is your skin. This is not painter Inc. This has happened within our lifetimes to people in rural China friend who was travelling out toward western China. Some older person came up and without is so much as a by your leave the grabbed my pals arm, and they spat on his arm and tried to rub. Rub off this in and they were they didn't think it was mean and afterwards they, you know they wanted pictures with him. Well, they wanted to talk sitting on people as never polite behavior. I wouldn't I wouldn't say, no no, I can't be better way to do culture where that's appropriate. But this is true. You can we can kind of see if we exercise of empathy. How amazing this must be? This guy is. Taller than literally, everyone his, his skin seems amazing to you. Right. And once otas, finally convinced that this Yasuei character is real key mmediately, throws feast for the guy, and it turns from a riot to a party also, again, these are warlord rules. So he pretty much decides the tone of the room. Totally in the riot, Ellum you're talking about I referred to folks trying to get a look at the guy literally just like a kind of feeding frenzy to kind of like see because the support to remember the certainly would have been one of the first if not the first many of these folks never seen of black man. Yeah, absolutely. And this is not it's not necessarily movie moment, where it's like ODA is at the Kyoto port Lord number Nagase, who was called asked for an audience when he heard about all this commotion, and that's when he does the whole thing about rubbing the pigment from his skin and then throwing his feast and then he hires you soup. Gate, you makes him his retainer and his bodyguard. Yes, he did eventually making his bodyguard for a little while though. He was treated a little bit more like kind of like a source of amusement or kind of like a novelty. But then he demonstrated because of his training. Right. As a child soldier and his military prowess. He demonstrated very quickly that he was a very competent and powerful warrior, and he began to learn martial arts as well rights, right? And he was also versed in Japanese. So we think he probably had these conversations, according, the Lockley Ota loved just sitting around and shooting, the breeze with Yasutaka, you know, tell me more about your life. They're no records of how much he earned his time. You know, when he was first sort of an awful T in them when within a month. He's a warrior. We don't know how much was paid. So luckily, says it's tough to know how high yes occa- ranked. And that's why people that's why you'll hear a lot of people looting this author speculate that he was the equivalent of a pager bodyguard. That's right. But we do know is a Tokyo based publisher. But the name of Matt ault, who works for publishing house called Japan, had this to say that, yes, sukey was no longer seen as human shadow, or any kind of indentured servant. But he was like all vassals. Meaning samurai is a is beholden to their Lord, the warlord ODA. Right. Right. And that's why less than a year. Yes, they went from being a page to becoming one of the upper echelons of Japan's warrior class, the samurai we should stop, just for second and talk about what a samurai actually is because I suspect, many of us may have a couple of misconceptions. So these are warriors of premodern, Japan and later, they become the military ruling class and the highest ranking social cast of the aid. Oh, period, which sixteen three eighteen sixty seven they had this sort of code right, code by which. One would live, maybe similar to the idea of chivalry. But this was Confucian in, in design, right? Or an influence this bushido the way of the warrior stress things like loyalty to your master self-disciplined, respectful, ethical behavior. And there was also a lot of zen Buddhism in there. But these might be filling any number of rolls. You know, some samurai, eventually essentially became bureaucrats. You know what I mean? But not at this. No, not out of this. But you say it was literally otas, like right hand man. He got all of this special treatment preferential treatment. He was gifted a ceremonial samurai sword. Kettani soared, he dined privately regularly with with Ota, which was very enviable among the other samurai. He was kind of his favorite. It would seem based on what we know. He also had his own private residence, which wasn't for everybody and just seem to be. A real asset to the warlord ever really a prominent position in that society. Right. And again, we're talking about this -ociety. We have to emphasize, this is fractured society. This is not the unified Japan with which we are familiar today. There's a lot of interior fighting. This is the era of warring states. It's turbulent century in history in just, just in the same way that the Alamo or Antietam conjures these images of generals and founding fathers. So do the key struggles of this period, also called the Sengoku, according, again to alz and your super knows that he is not going to have he might have a future when he's older as some sort of bureaucrat, if he makes it, but in this very violent time he's going to fight. So within a year of his arrival, he joins void Noga's forces in their invasion of the IGA province I, I and attack this place. Which is ringed with mountains. It was called a ninja hotbed with forty thousand to sixty thousand troops, and they conquered it. Yeah. And this is from lockneys account. He said that this first Faure into battle was a success his second. There was kind of a twist in the story. Right. So according to lock account in June. Fifteen eighty two Nobel Nagas samurai general mid Saheed, aqui Chee attacked his master no-one Naga at his residence in Kyoto. He launched a tactical, you know, offensive the attack kicked off something that's known as the battle of Hondo g temple. And that kind of put the Kibe off, on noble Nagas plans to bring together, these splintered factions Japan. Right. You wanted to unify the country under his control. Well warlords, that's you know what would make this place great? If. I were in charge and be swell to doesn't take warlords to think that way. But most do you, so it's, it's a tragic dramatic moment in Japanese history. And in. Yes, as personal history he is fighting tooth and nail during this siege this storming of the temple. And when Lord Noga sees that defeat, appears imminent and unavoidable. He goes back to his thinking of the code under which he is function for most of his life. And he says this generalist betrayed me so I have no choice but to commit seppuku or ritual suicide. And that's when I mean, it's very specific way of killing oneself, and it's pretty grisly. Oh, it gives me that he'd be Jesus talking about thinking about this. Imbalance disembowel yourself with a very specific short blade. You stick it in, and then you pull it sideways. And essentially your guts, just spill out wherever you wherever you stand. And then you fall over dead. Imagine it wouldn't be quick death. And if it's if it's something where enemy forces are giving you the option to choose honorable way out. I believe swint check me on this believe the idea was that you were given the option of using the short hyphen if you faltered or he didn't do it correctly hesitated, there would be someone standing next to you or nearby with a sword, and they would decapitate you. Yeah. In fact, otas last order to yesterday was to take his sword and his decapitated head to his son. Wow. Let's daddy. Oh, my God, so grisly he sukey probably took the head after after the guy died after new Vanegas died, and he had to take this head because it couldn't fall into someone else's hands. It was considered very dishonorable. So he goes back to a zoo Chee castle and starts working. For Nobre Naga, son. Oto nobutaka. His son also committed suicide after suffering defeat at the hands of the same treacherous general. It's right. And this point. Yes. Sue k is what we call Ronin or what them star with Japanese referred to as a Ronin, which is a samurai without a master. And that's an image that you see throughout cinema in like fiction. The idea of the roving wandering Ronin who is beholden to no one. And you think of them as like a vigilante of Justice out to, you know, right? Wrongs or whatever. I know crime film, with Robert deniro also that. I don't know. I you know, I don't even remember what happened at Ronin, but I remember being a little unimpressed, maybe I need to watch. That I ever saw that. This episode of ridiculous. History is brought to you by the vitamin Shoppe. It's often said that every journey needs a compass. And that's what the vitamin Shoppe is. It's here to guide you on your way to becoming your best self. They've got virtual nutritionist in-store, wellness coaches and more. Always on hand to help you hit those goals. They introduce you to cutting edge products. An expert guidance the vitamin Shoppe, you're only competition is who you were yesterday and just for tuning into the show. 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He's a beast, and I refuse to acknowledge him as a samurai and said the problem with this. The one of the reasons who, so offended probably racism, phobia, may. But another reason is that yes, Suk did not commit seppuku, which was the eastern tradition. Instead, he offered his sword to the general, which is western tradition. And so you think it really is kind of the case that ODA the original master was pretty progressive dude for the time in this inst-. And there's no in is. Is saying is the way he was treated with not have been the norm. I win. But maybe if you think about it, too. I mean, yes, they obviously became friends, but I you know, his primary impetus was probably like this big strapping, do that. I can put to work for me, you know. Yeah, it was a little bit of racism, even in that. Exactly. That's, that's the thing it's sort of like Frederick. Ville home would have said that he loved the pots them giants and was good friends with them, right? But he would still kill them if they didn't do what he wanted, of course. So, so this is almost where the tail end despite his relatively brief time as a samurai. He's been a hero in fiction and a lot of stuff has been based off of him including the great animated series. Afra- samra. So good loosely based shirts. Yeah. On resent, so loosely based in that it just happens to be a samurai and the thing is there may have been others like him, but we just don't have the same kind of documentation. In that we do about him. He was pictured in a lot of traditional Japanese screen paintings where you eat. You can he stands out among the crowd. You can definitely tell there's like one black person among all of these Japanese folks, and he, he appears multiple times. Right. Right. Right. There's some I guess compelling stuff. But it's, it's circumstantial, this is the best documented case, we have of this sort of contact. There is another figure Japanese history that some experts will say is African descent, Philippine soccer Neue. No tammaro. That's tough one Ben you did very well. I feel horrible. Piss poor job. I disagree. Let's say he was a warrior who from about seven fifty eight to eight eleven AD was a palace guard, and he was placed in command of forces that the emperor sent to fight the indigenous people, the I knew this were, were said to have a black complexion, but that's kind of grasping. Straws. You know what I mean? There's no one who said this guy came from Africa. And lest we have dropped too many spoilers in this. There is a pretty amazing. Looking dramatization of the story this coming to net flicks. In the not too far future, where yet suitcase going to be played by Chadwick bozeman of Black Panther Feng. Yes. That's right. Phenomenal. Actor. And Yasuko does not have a release date yet. The news on the street is just news about casting, but I'm gonna watch it. I mean, I already have Netflix. It's kind of a sunk cost. Right. What am I gonna do not watch it? Exactly. No. You're not gonna now watch. Yeah. And you know, I'm very much looking forward to it. Now, the game of thrones let us all down, so hard. And also just the fact that it's gone like not done. The fact that it was a disappointing ending neither here, nor there, I need something to fill the vacuum that as my Sunday night, the hole in my heart. I'm just waiting for the books. I don't think the stories over. Because there's still two more books. If you're listening, George are Martin new, your big fan of this show. Maybe that's it. Maybe maybe George. If you're listening, maybe just been so busy listening to ridiculous history that you haven't had time to sit down and write those other two novels if so we apologise to every song of ice and fire fan out there. Yeah. It's all our fall. Mainly casey's. Got very noncommittal nod there. It's okay. What else we got? 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