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Mackenzie Lueck ////// 318

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If you WANNA listen to true crime garage two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen eighteen what have the stitcher APP is free and we are on there so go and get that now that is enough the business. Everybody gathered around grab a chair grab a beer. Let's talk some true crime. The family of Mackenzie Luek has issued issued a statement. A police are also providing new details about the last time that University of Utah Senior was Seen Fox thirteenth. Matt McDonald is live at Hatch Park in North Salt Lake tonight to explain Matt. What can you tell us why can tell you this attach park behind me is where Mackenzie Luek has to be taken and was dropped off by her lift driver one week ago tonight now after looking at surveillance video from the area and talking to that lift driver police believe she met someone there at three o'clock o'clock in the morning one thirty five A._M.? June seventeenth Luke's plight arrives in Salt Lake City. She'd been in California for a family funeral early Monday morning the seventeenth of June when she texted her mother at Tula you WanNa A._M.. Mountain time for more than an hour. She remained at the airport where surveillance cameras are everywhere. We reviewed that tape and we have we know we're not going to release that right now at two forty two A._M.. Mackenzie got got into a car to fifty nine in the morning she arrived at a requested Destination Hatch Park in North Salt Lake detectives spoken with the lift driver and learned that Mackenzie was met at Hatch Park by an individual in a vehicle police believe she met with the person at the park willingly the making the model of the car has not been determined from here Mackenzie disappeared Mackenzie have an alternate phone that she is used or is using who did Mackenzie meet in North Salt Lake City Mackenzie heavy social media accounts. We don't know about one more question. Police are trying to answer. Does she want to be found. She has no obligation to call the police department or anyone else and say here's where I went. Crisper Bank is a former salt lake city police chief cheap. He says police are doing the right thing culling Luek missing but not necessarily endanger in the circumstance it would certainly be tragic if this young woman is in fact in danger and we didn't do enough late this afternoon. The Luek family issued a statement reads impart. Our primary goal is to find Mackenzie and bring her home. Her family is grateful for the concern prayers in the tireless efforts of the Salt Lake City police and members of the community Salt Lake City police have is that a dedicated tip line just for this case you can find that phone number on our website McDonnell Fox Thirteen News Utah Man. Thank you as we just mentioned Mackenzie. Luek is a senior at the University of Utah a spokesperson for the school. All says the U. is deeply concerned about her well. Being the dean of students of the university has been in contact with her parents and has expressed our desired cysts to the campus community for her safe return and offering whatever support we can Nelson went on to say the university is cooperating with police. The school is also offering counseling students and staff who may need someone to talk to uh in the trailer there that is Fox News Thirteen out of UTAH. This story was was and remains big news. This is the missing person's case of McKenzie Luek and as you heard there just after one week detectives and Salt Lake have what looks to be some promising leads and an interesting wasting time line McKinsey Luek was born in Elsa Gunda California and nineteen ninety five she grew up there with three brothers and her parents are Greg Diana Luek. She attended Elsa Gundel High School and played on the water polo team. After high school. She went off to the University of Utah where she studied nursing and other studies. She's a member of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority she worked for some time at a starbucks bucks and then at another coffee shop but per her linked in account she more recently was working at P.. R. A. Health Sciences LAB IN MILL CREEK UTAH. Even though she was living in another state and busy with her studies and worked she maintained a very close relationship with her parents and both sets of grandparents sadly last month. Funeral services were held in California four McKenzie's grandmother for for this she flew home after a brief stay. She returned to Utah the night of June sixteenth. She took a Redeye flight from Los Angeles to Salt Lake City arriving in Salt Lake at one thirty five A._M.. In Salt Lake she text her mother at to a one A._M.. Letting her know that she arrived safely. She waited to collect her luggage from the baggage claim and then using the lift APP she scheduled a ride to pick kerr up at the airport. There are security cameras everywhere in the airport and she can be seen texting waiting on her bags and walking through the airport at no time. is she seen talking to anyone. The lift vehicle picks her up at the airport at two forty two A._M.. Now we know twenty-three-year-old Mackenzie Luek is later reported as missing and unfortunately this is really starting to sound like a terrible terrible tragedy like so many stories that we have heard before you know recent stories of young women getting into a vehicle from a car service and then going missing. You know we've seen this movie before and unfortunately we know. Oh how it's going to end in ending is a bad one but very quickly we can move on from that theory because we get news that the Salt Lake City P._d.. They start looking into Mackenzie's life and her Internet and Social Media Activity digital detectives sifting through data. We learn a few very very important key elements to this case one and law enforcement they know who the lift driver is and they speak with this driver and two there's evidence to suggest that Mackenzie was delivered by the lift driver to a location of her choosing using and arrived at this location unharmed would have that data from the lift driver to let us know where her final destination was. <hes> yes so from the information collected through her phone and the lift APP and the eyewitness statements given to police from the lift driver. Here is what we learn. McKenzie did not schedule for the car service to take her home. She requested a drop off at Hatch Park. Mark this is this location is in North Salt Lake City and located twenty minutes from Mckenzie's home which is near Trolley Square. She arrived at Hatch Park at two fifty nine A._M.. The lift driver says Mackenzie was very obviously she was meeting someone there right now as far as I could find the lift drivers identity has not been released. I think in the beginning of this whole thing that may they have thrown some more suspicion in the public's eye toward the driver but the driver tells police Mackenzie was meeting someone and whoever it was Mackenzie got into that other car willingly the description of the vehicle of the person or persons she was meeting is re reported as unavailable but it could just be that the lift driver was unable to provide one to law enforcement. You'd think you'd at least it's now what kind of car she got into whether or not even what brand of car but Mike was it a sedan was S._U._V. Yeah he he or she. The driver probably gave a very vague description would be my I guess they're they're looking to move on to their next drive looking to pick up their next fair great but again through information hold on your meeting people at a park. This is not a normal drop off. You know most of the time people you're picking somebody up from the airport may be driving them to their car <hes> picking somebody up from the airport driving them back to their house. You're probably we're talking about probably a very small percent that at three o'clock in the morning is picking picking up a young female and driving her to a park to meet somebody. I guess yet incredibly small if not zero this might be the first of its kind right again through information deduced from data on McKenzie's phone. We learn even more after texting her parents after she arrived in Salt Lake City Mackenzie was texting someone else she's texting thirty one year old Ola Agi and the police quickly figure out that both McKenzie's phone and giants phone our Ping in are in close proximity and their location is both hatch park. This is at three three A._M.. On June seventeenth two thousand and nineteen I'd so this gives us some evidence that she's texting one this individual but to this is probably the person that she's GonNa meet up with. Yes <hes> police speak with Ajayi and going into this they know he was communicating via tax and likely through other means as well with Mackenzie. AJA does not deny communications with Mackenzie however he says he last ask texted her at six P._M.. The investigators have different information proof. That Mackenzie Texted Gye at two fifty eight A._M.. Now remember per lift. She was dropped off at two fifty nine. Am just just one minute after that text and her phone and giants phone are in very close proximity and in Hatch Park at three M so bribe disobey devil's advocate she's dexing him to do. Do they have evidence that he's texting her back after six P._M.. <hes> that I don't know the only thing that I could find reported was that she text Gye at two fifty eight A._M.. And again it's it's no coincidence. There's no no defense here. It's it's she's texting him and then one minute later she's dropped off and both their phones are enhanced park read that time so this is where you go okay we might have got him moment but now it's the problem here that they're going to run into and they don't arrest Ajayi after talking with him and we'll get into that in a bit but the other thing here that we we need to go through is what law enforcement knows that took place shortly after Mackenzie arrived at Hatch Park at some point her phone is turned off and once police started looking for Mackenzie they announced that they had no known activity from her regarding <unk> her cell phone or Internet as they put it. Her cell phone is not ringing no calls no email no social media nothing right just like we heard in the trailer they have former Salt Salt Lake City police chief talking there and what he's saying is at this time in the investigation. Yes she is missing but the question is is she in danger right so we have evidence that her phone is obviously there. Are we have evidence from the lift driver that he took her to the park but once that phone is turned off. We're not GONNA get any more pangs now from her so what what they are looking for. At this point point in the investigation they very publicly say this. They're saying hey look not only do we need your help in locating this missing individual but we would like to know if anybody out there is aware of her having a second cell phone on that that we are unaware of right or if she has some social media accounts that we are currently unaware of or if there's anything that she would have under a different name regarding internet or social media but again the problem here is very simply this that at that state in the investigation yes mackenzie is missing but is she in fact endanger because police are very very suspicious of this guy that they've talked to but Mackenzie missing is technically not a crime without evidence that she was abducted. There's really no crime to charge this man with but that's not going to stop law enforcement from getting a search warrant to search this man's home and property by Don like Mackenzie went running in the park and would just never seen her. She's adult choose a meeting another adult. She has every right to do so she has every right to turn off her phone. So who knows where she that <hes> and the thing here too is they don't really understand they being law enforcement. They can't get any confirmation confirmation from anybody. In Mackenzie's close life of why she would be speaking to this man that they that law enforcement is suspicious of they don't know what the connection is between the two two of them while you're gonNA find this more more with social media. There's a lot of people have kind of like pin pals online friends online but you might not know each other in person I think so. We have a bunch of reasons here why they're able to get this search warrant fairly easily. It looks like it's probably for a multitude of reasons but of those some quick ones to point out is first first. Ajayi story is not lining up with the facts that law enforcement know to be true regarding this whole time line right remember his texting time line is significantly off from what he's telling them to what they can prove what they can see on paper. So are they able to go. I I don't know the answer. Maybe are they able to go to a judge and say we have evidence that this this individual was texting. I've seen this other individual and when we asked them about it they're they are lying is that does that give them some kind of probable cause exactly that's exactly what it gives them there. They are going to get probable cause search warrant art for this man's property now keep in mind whatever they've released to the public is probably a much shorter version of what they know and what they're holding onto where you ask if did did a text her after the time that he said that they last communicated right. They know that if he did or did not they've just not. They're not choosing to release that information that money. He did his store yeah his this story is very plain and simple the last time I text with her with six P._M.. The day before and they what they have released publicly is they're saying to fifty eight A._M.. She text you. Oh right so that's your stories off there to begin with but then on top of that this is what's even more disturbing is they have neighbors of his that come forward word and they say he was out burning something in his backyard on June seventeenth and June eighteenth and using gasoline to burn whatever it was that that he was burning and on top of that they he also so denied knowing what Mackenzie even looked like and denies viewing her social media profile picture but they found at least one of those photos on his phone. His neighbors are coming out and saying 'cause she goes missing the early the morning of June seventeenth neighbors come out and say he's burning something on June seventeenth and eighteenth yes in his backyard using gasoline so it's with that information probably with some more for information that we are unaware of that they are able to secure this probable cause warrant to search his home and property. They don't make any buts about it. I think that the words that they used they they being law enforcement. Was We believe that his home his property is the nexus of this case is where her where this missing person's case is going to lead us and we believe not only do we. We believe we should get a warrant for their. We believe we're gonNA find something of significance there right which they do they found within the ashes of whatever he was burning. They found some of her like remains remains of some of her belongings as well as some some flesh remains from McKenzie which they do the proper testing on this and they confirm very quickly through D._N._A.. That that whatever those remains were came from McKenzie Loic right so who is this this Gye guy. Who is this creep well? He's not he's. He's not one hundred percent unknown to law enforcement. He's somebody that has been accused of rape in the past. Although the charges were dropped a JI- joined the Army National Guard but apparently never attended any type of training so even though he signed up he was never really he never joined he defined right right. That's the wording that should be used. They're kind of like mean gym memberships at after this he started studying Computer Pewter Science at Utah State University but never graduated according to the college records that are provided to this newspaper that I'm reading from the the thing here is his life really really takes a turn and this is in two thousand fourteen when he a lot of people that study computer their lives take turns well. This is when he became the suspect and a rape investigation and this is from the North Park Police Department. The investigation itself was halted. It was dropped because eventually this woman decided to not press charges. I've seen some sources that say say that he that Ajayi was not allowed on the campus for either months or years after the fact right I don't know how that plays into that whole scenario but that could one hundred percent play into him not ever graduating from the school right according to the Salt Lake Tribune Giannis linked in profile indicated that he worked in I._T.. For companies like Dell and Microsoft or soft- <hes> his account has since been deactivated so I it seems to me like he was working in tech support or I._T.. Some form of that at the time of of this case he's also an author publishing a crime novel called forge identity this he published last year and according to good reads the novel is about a man drawn to crime after witnessing gruesome murders at age fifteen. Do not anybody go out and buy that book I think you can there are ways to purchase that book online but <hes> let's not. Let's not give this guy okay anything credit for anything at all because we're GONNA learn that this is a terrible terrible individual. He is because what they found on his property. He is arrested and placed in custody regarding these items in this evidence when they arrest them are they charging him with McKinsey's murderer and Gye has been charged with aggravated murder aggravated kidnapping and obstruction of justice so other than this as evidence I guess in his firepit <hes> well okay so there's a couple of things going on there. From the different sources that I pulled some sources indicate that there was there was ground around that was freshly dug. I don't know if these items were burned and then placed in the ground or you know partially placed in the ground sometimes people berry ashes or place them elsewhere it. It feels like that that these items that they collected may have come from that ground and or his burn site. Let's call it his his fire pit out on his backyard so he tried to burn stuff remove it from whatever fire pit and then bury it correct and there's a lot more to learn about this sick individual. 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This was in Logan Canyon about eighty five to ninety miles north of Salt Lake City north of love property as well and investigators were subsequently able to forensically confirm that it was the body of Mackenzie loic she from the very brief descriptions I can find <hes> of course there was some evidence that the body or portions of the body headed tempted to been burned at some point and her her hands were found bound behind her are tied behind her so it's what's unclear here is if in fact Ajayi led them to this location because it seems to be quite a ways away from the space that they were looking at but we do know that he was arrested. We do know that they found her body. It would seem to me that they probably turn the screws on him and they were able to get him to bring forth some information shen he was also eventually charged with desecration of a body. This may have this charge may have been added after in fact finding her body. He is currently being held without bail. I couldn't find find a price for his his bond. It looks like they're not going to let that even be an option here for this case while this is so recent that they're still developments happening as we speak. There was developments yesterday yes. This was his first court appearance where he appeared via video he was still located in the jail and he was not required to give a plea or actually say anything during that court proceeding it. It's it's a little confusing as to what's going on. I mean this was just yesterday that he had his first court appearance. We also don't have information regarding because police have not released a motive for the killing right. I think you know you and I having done this for a long time in in listeners listening to the show you you don't have to doesn't take a great imagination to come up with a possible motive here but they've also not released how the two first came into contact with each other because this wasn't as you said this wasn't Mackenzie Lou act she went win. Clinton was jogging in a park and Ajayi grabbed her up in abducted her she was going to this hatch park to meet with him so there was some type of relationship friendship or something thing going on there for her to meet him in the park that night and it wasn't something that she was sharing with her friends or family because again per police statements to the public there they were unaware right that there was any type of reason for her to know this thirty one year old man where where I think we this this this is terrible to say because this is such a horrible thing for her family and such a tragedy and just really a horrific individual that carried out whatever took place uh-huh but in some way I really strongly feel that the there has been a bullet that has been dodged here and I say that because of some information formation that came out regarding gye this was from a contractor Aja apparently hired a contractor to come out to his house into look at a space that he wanted to who have outfitted he wanted this space to be a soundproof secret room and within this soundproof secret room he wanted hooks and the contractor actor says these hooks were he wanted them above head height is were his words. The contractor found all this to be very strange in in in weird and it really didn't want any any part of it so the contractor was smart enough to ask some questions you know what is the secret room for who needs a secret room to which Ajayi explains that he says I I need a room to hide alcohol booze and wine from my girlfriend who's very religious and the contractor wanted zero sense well. I don't know that it makes zero sense but it doesn't go along along with a secret room of those soundproof right right. I don't mind the secret room. What have a problem with is when you go yeah? I just want to put some booze. Maybe some weed in there is to hide it. It's a bad lie that he had to come up with the soundproof. Yes it's the sound proof. Bottles aren't down there going. He's drinking US depends on how much you're drinking. He wanted one of those <hes> thumbprint locks on the outside so so only a he could enter it so think about that for a say thumbprint lock. That's that's not like that's so one hundred percent like oh I can't accidentally leave the key lying around and somebody stumble into this room or I can't accidentally yeah right down the combination in somebody discover the combination and decide that they're going to go and access this room this is they're going to have to have my thumb <hes> to get into this soundproof secret room. The other horrible terrifying thing to think about too is the the hooks the he wanted as for me. That's for the meat. He wanted them place above what the contractor said was head height so the contractor says will what the hell are you going to use these these hooks for two which Gye explains. Could you imagine being this guy being the contractor. Oh man I mean I want some hooks <hes>. <hes> we're at a little bit above head height well we we just talked on off the record this week about the the company that was going to come out and clean a car and they find a bunch of blood in the car. Yeah you know it's it. It's this weird weird thing. <hes> a JI- so regarding the hooks the the contractors like look these hooks look terrible one and two. I don't know why anybody would need them to be this height. So what the hell are these hooks for and he says that he wants to hang wine racks on the hooks so he can put you know wine bottles on the wine rack the contractor this this seems seems to be like the deal breaker where they lied and said that's for meets. She doesn't eat meat either. I gotTA hide the meat well this. This seems to be the deal breaker for the contractor because I'm of course he says he suspicious and weirded out by this whole whole project to begin with but when he here when he hears Oh you want to use the hooks for wine racks the contractor just as look instead of putting up these hooks. I'll just put wine racks up for you to which is like now. I'm going to get the hooks and then I'll do the wine racks myself and so the contractor turns down the job he's like. I don't want any part of whatever this is that's going on. It sounds to me like this took place months ago. Oh Okay Yeah but hold on a second Giannis right. That's how you say his name Gye Gye you know he had s j <hes> <hes> he had fuck Gye was married at one point and his ex wife claims that he slashed her with a knife but also states here that Ajayi he's home was a airbnb since two thousand sixteen yeah into into which oddly enough he is quoted as being a an intelligent respectful nice host for the airbnb as he I mean that's <hes> that makes me never wanna stay in Airbnb ever again unless they want to sponsor some episodes and then I'll say differently but <hes> he offered accommodations nations in the basement of his home <hes> Oh right next Friday next door to the soundproof wine room well and he had a he did have a roommate for some time as well and I believe this was after his marriage marriage. I wonder regarding his the rape allegations. If that's why the marriage fell apart or if there was abuse or other things going on right with within that whole scenario. I don't know it's it's it's. He's a weird individual and a scary individual and that's why I say I think they're even though we have this horrible tragedy and it sands me to my core. What happened with this young young woman who had her whole life ahead of her? This was a promising young lady. You know she was doing a lot of the right things. She maintained a close relationship with her parents and grandparents even living in another state right. This was a good girl and even though this ended in tragedy and horribly in as I said it sands me to my core. A bullet was dodged in the sense that this guy in my opinion. I know that these are just started. These are just alleged charges at this point. You know these are just charges. He's not actually been found guilty. He looks really fricking guilty to me and I'm sure that everybody else out there. This was a budding serial killer her. This was just like you said early stages. This is what this guy I think was pursuing is doesn't mean it was the first one either we we don't know that's a very good point. He got he got this guy setting himself up but put beheld. Let's do a AIRBNB in my homeless. Let's set up this. <hes> you know secret room that soundproof <hes> you know he's on a lot of these meet up sites to is he the on these meet up sites and that's the look cautionary tale surprise surprise anybody can be whoever they want to be online <hes> and he has a bunch of pictures where he is <hes> and his army uniforms and and so what's strange is. I don't know if he how much he did in the army. Well you know what I should be clear here. I'm looking through my notes in it and and I do have is says after several months of service. I don't know what that means because I have other sources saying that he was never trained that he never technically did anything right for the National Guard so I I don't don't know exactly what that means but yeah you're right the pictures of him in his his uniform. Well think about this. You got this guy that is telling you hey <hes> on one site. He's saying I'm a gym rat. I I was in the army right. I'm <hes> above guy. I'm <hes> y'know. I'm a writer. <hes> just these simple things that that you can put out there her on these dating sites or meet up sites the an all you have to do is be able to come up with a couple decent lies and then you just have to come up with some decent pictures to back up some of those lies and that's Kinda enough to get your foot in the door that gets you texting somebody and and I think that's kind of what he did. I mean look he has self published book on Amazon called for a forged identity <hes> and it's like is this a precursor you know like that. He's just going to be creating whatever identity he wants and therefore <hes> like I said that gets you in the door and then people become vulnerable because here's this young lady that does not know who she's meeting <hes> she all she can base it off of is shit information that he provided her right and that's what it is. It's it's not facts. It's shit information. It's stuff he came up with or however he chooses to present himself. One one case that that has in will always fascinate me but I don't care what anybody says out there it would be the chances of it being solved. I think are are so slim slim to none the I'm willing to go and say zero percent here but the Jack The ripper case is one that you know that I I I get wrapped up into it right for a few weeks or a few months. Every year. I get pulled back in. I think I'm out and then they pull me back in but one thing that I've always tried to point out to anybody when you know there's websites and books that you can go to regarding the ripper case where they'll list as many as thirty AH forty maybe even fifty potential suspects but a huge problem that you have with that case is back in the eighteen hundreds even though this was the late eighteen hundreds and a lot of places in this world world. You were whoever you said you were. It wasn't like you had to walk around and show documentation and in three forms of I._D.. If I walked into a an English pub and in eighteen eighty eight and said that I'm John Brown <hes> that's who I was and I could live under that assumed name for a long period of time in a sense. That's similar to what we're looking at here. It's he's on the Internet who knows what what websites are howl that they connected at any point but in a sense he he could have just been whoever he said he was to her or to anybody else all south there one also like I mean this with social media. It's not even just meet up sites but you hashtag something. So you start working out you hashtag fitness. Whatever people start falling you others <unk> several people that I follow online or they follow me online and we don't know each other <hes>? I'm not meeting up this person. I'm not going to meet up with this percent three A._M.. <hes> that is risky behavior. You know if you are meet up with somebody that you haven't met even like with online dating. It's like meet at a public place. You know meet up with friends. What's so wrong with that but I think we have kind of two things going on now we have you know who people think we are in real life and our friends and family and Blah Blah Blah and then we have this this other world who <hes> online and that too many times is actually kept a secret from the real world and <hes> I'm sure now that they have her <unk> her phone and they have or they're able to get into these social networks <hes> that the police were able to find other things that they're connected with but it it's a cautionary tale? You need you know if you're speaking with people in line and you plan on meeting them. Maybe tell some people you know well and the other thing too is it's very obvious whatever was going on there that the to the McKenzie and Agi did not have the same understanding of what that meeting was four okay. There's you know McKenzie did didn't know what this guy had planned and had no clue who this guy was and when we say that that law enforcement has not released how they believed the two were connected or what the motive for these crimes were were. It may just be as simple as this individual gye is a a sadist is a homicidal maniac and that he was a budding serial killer. I think the everything points to that and that is the the motive is he's an evil individual and he was looking to kill somebody and he was looking to kill a woman in my opinion and and we can say look there some connection to the victim and the murderer but in a sense what he's doing is he's trying to go out there and secure a stranger because we all know that stranger on stranger crimes are very difficult for investigate well. It's like yeah it's like Bruce Mc Arthur up in Canada right the same type of thing but in S- you know it's very similar to Dahmer <hes> similar to me as well just a different different method of securing a stranger. Who's going to be your victim who might back back in the day like you said you can walk into a bar? Who are you you John Brown? You can be whoever the freak you WanNa be right and now you can do that online so it's it's a it's a place for predators predators and you have to be careful and and I can't say this enough that everybody needs to be on the understanding that there's always going to be a motive when there's a female involve and when the when there's a female victim Jaja like you said you don't have to look too far to figure out what the motive possibly was and you gotta be careful. You have to protect protect yourself. You have to tell your friends what's going on you. GotTa tell people who you're talking to and if you if you think this guy is cute and you WanNa meet up with him say hey we're going to bring a couple of my friends. You bring a couple of your friends meet up at a bar if they don't WanNa do ah screw not worth your time well and remember when we interviewed John Douglas what he was saying is in his opinion most of these guys when he's saying these guys he's referring to do serial offenders and serial killers. He is interviewed real pieces of. He says he says in his opinion what most of these guys want is to be able to hold their victim captive for a long period at a time and most of the time they the result is murder because they don't have that ability or cannot do that for whatever reason right this is no different than what we saw with the Jamie Kloss case yeah where she was held captive for a long period of time. That's what Ajayi was attempting to do with the secret soundproof room accessed only by a thumbprint lock and hooks on the walls above above head height so it's he's. He's a scary scary individual. That was apprehended not early enough. It's it's a little I mean it's very disturbing and I wish he really would have got brought up on charges of of rape. I don't know what what fully made that case fall apart but I just worry that even if he would have done some time for that he would have come out and picked up where he left off. Yeah he had agenda that agenda was going to happen and I hope they are strongly looking into this guy's background and his his whereabouts and if he has it could be connected to do anything else because what little we know about this guy is very scary. The the the attempting of building the secret room the abduction of a young woman well again then the concealing going through all that effort to conceal the remains yeah yeah well and that's a big thing somehow. This guy manipulated his way into a situation where he's meeting somebody that for for all we know this is the first time they met at a park very late at night and she's GonNa get into his car. He can control that situation her body than found pretty far from his property. You wonder and like you said discarding of some of the evidence he's Kinda. Wonder is like this his first time right and that's why I say I I think you're onto something there and I hope that they really look strongly into his background and if he is currently talking see what else you can get him to talk about yeah and I I have a little suggestion I think they should make a little room and put hooks a little bit higher than head height. Stick him on the hooks. Get him talking. Maybe can confess to something he did prior prior or some of the sick thoughts he's been having and this guy should never be let out of jail no he. 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How to Avoid the 3 Most Common Regrets in Life

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How to Avoid the 3 Most Common Regrets in Life

"Do you have any regrets in life. Have you ever asked yourself this or the people you love today. Neilan i share candidly our regrets in life. And what we've learned from them. We also share the top three. Most common things people regret before they die and three resolutions. You can make today. That will help you. Avoid some of the deepest regrets of life we are together today recording this episode of how we breath and this is something we started talking about this morning. It was a really interesting conversation and it took a while to talk through. And i'm excited to talk about it today on the podcast. I think it's a great topic that a lot of people may or may not have thought about but it's something that probably most people will deal with at some point in their life. I started out by asking. Neil this morning. Do you have any regrets. So let's start with you. Neil again do you have any regrets. And if sell what are they. The ones that come to mind are actually. They're kind of trivial but for whatever reason they just have stuck out in my mind my entire life and so there from childhood no used to race. Bmx bikes me. And my brothers did tons of fun loved it and really really into it but there was one race that i did where you have two or three qualifying races so you try and qualify for the main and then there's the main event of the main race and that's like the winner takes all type of deal and so i did the first heat race in i wrecked in the middle of the race and i kinda got the wind knocked out of me got beat up a little bit and then they had another heat race but then i had a final opportunity to qualify for the main and one of my friends was like. Hey you can just you don't have to race. You can just kind of bow out and just quit and you won't go to the main but just like you know you don't have to do this and so i was like okay. Yeah i'll just hang back. And so i just hung back and i watched it ended up. There was just one other person that i would have raced in the heat race so he raced all by himself and was all jazz and excited because it was just him and he went to the main and for whatever reason that stuck out to me as a time i just quit. Like i could have raced. I felt fine was a little rattled and got the wind. Knocked out of me when iraq but i was fine and i could have raised and i just watched this kid that i. I was pretty confident. I a beat just kinda mosey on through to the finish. And i was just so for whatever reason that stuck out in my mind. I'm like can't believe i just quit. And i was so bummed and it's been how many years i still wanna go. I need to do some type of maybe go back and raise somebody in try and recapture that moment but thank probably thirty years right. Yeah this was. I was probably like eight or nine happen but still it stuck with me. Okay and then. The other one was kinda similar. Type of deal is probably in sixth grade. Twelve or thirteen. And i played football little league football and i was always on. You had to make wait to be able to play if you wanted to not be like a lineman defensive or offensive linemen in legally you had to be under her less than a certain weight if you're too heavy they just automatically put you on the line so i always wanted to play running back. My claim to fame is that i played running back with a future. Nfl star went on to play for the new york giants. He was the reason why didn't play running back so you know his at least it was somebody who i feel pretty good about that. I lost my position to future. Nfl star but nonetheless made weight. That year i still played the line. I played a different position but the coach was letting me play running back during practice and he felt like well. There's potential there. I felt pretty good about it. I'd always wanted to play running back but the regular season ran out. Then we had an opportunity to go to kind of this like loser's bracket type of final game and i was like no. I'm not gonna go. I just not feeling it and so again i quit. I'm like whatever just kind of felt like it was beneath you. Or what i felt like i was just kinda done with football. I think i was just frustrated that moment because i'd wanted to play running back all the time. Just got put on the line or played. Like i like to defensive end i love i love that position but i always wanted to run the ball and i never was just too big not fast enough so i was like whatever and then after the game like the next week i ran into one of my friends at school. And he's like hey coach was gonna let you play running back in the game if you had gone. And i just was so bummed. I'm like that was my one opportunity to play running back in the game. Run the ball. And i quit again. And so those are the two instances funny. I guess i should be thankful. It's not something more significant but it haunted me to the point where i think later on in life. I've always remembered that. And i'm like no. I'm not going to quit like i wanna stay in. I wanna follow through or something. But ironically those kind of to kind of lame examples but for what is less stands out. Well you don't regret it necessarily because you feel like you would have had an nfl career waiting for you. What is it about those two situations. They you regret if you go back and do it over why. It's the opportunity and knowing that the potential for the opportunity that i could have had. Yeah knowing that. I could have done something great or had a great experience or have the opportunity to do something that i always wanted to do or potentially compete to win in the main event when i was racing bikes. But i but it's a law the pain of a lost opportunity. Kay i'm gonna come back to you in just a minute and ask the follow up question i asked to you but i i want to just share a couple of my regrets in life so i haven't shared this with you yet but mess utah. When i saw loves to tell people that i was miss crow. And i was and people will say well. How are you miss promotes. Because i lived down in provo for four years utah. While i was going to school at byu and i ran for miss provo and wine which was a huge blessing at paid for my senior year of college. And so then automatically. I had a chance to run for a miss utah. Which would go on to miss america. So it's huge scholarship opportunity but also a really cool opportunity to be an ambassador for the state of utah and do a lot of really great community impact kind of things and there was a competitive side of me too for sure. This is my regret as a right. After i won miss provo i met this guy. That was my boyfriend all throughout the next year. And i got so sucked into that relationship that i completely lost sight of preparing for anna or really doing anything to be all in on this was like a once in a lifetime. Opportunity to go to a state pageant. It'd be able to compete and then possibly go onto miss america. When i was a kid and people would ask me. What do you want to be when you grow up. I would always say. Because i grew up watching the miss america pageant with my mom and i remember it was one of those special nights once a year when i could stay up 'til pretty late to see who was crowned the winner each year and i had so much potential like i had a very solid talent. I could play the piano. In fact i was doing piano performance at byu. At the time. And i had well actually. I think i had moved onto. Broadcaster knows than i had strong interview skills. I was confident. I was in great shape for. I had all of the things lined up that you need to be able to succeed at something like that. And i basically no work into preparing for miss utah and the girls who were in the top five and top three and the girl who wins each year is someone who works there but off all year long preparing for that they are. That's like their their job day and night. They're always thinking about it. Always working out it. You know and i just didn't do anything so so distracted by this relationship that ended up going nowhere. It was actually really not healthy relationship. But i just look back and i'm like man. I got so distracted by this silly romance in college. That i knew was not good for me and i just wasted away an opportunity. That could have been so cool. And i knew it kinda like you're talking about these things that you quit. I went i competed. I showed up from utah. But the whole time i thought so underprepared. I felt like this is so embarrassing. I'm capable of so much more. And i just stumbled my way through the whole week and and i look back and i think i could have and it's not really about oh i could have won. Miss utah. I could've been miss utah. Gone to miss america. I suppose that's part of it but more than anything. I could have had that once in a lifetime experience and been really proud of myself walking away and saying i did everything i could put it all out on the table and i did the opposite i felt like i just kind of barely showed up and did not do my best and i look back and i regret that because i it could have been such a better experience. Another one is not serving a mission. And that's the one of the few regrets that i share oftentimes because i look back on that time of my life and it's something that i wanted to do my whole life like my dad made serving a mission sound so cool and he was so passionate about that he still is. Obviously my parents are serving a mission right now in spain but i just remember growing up thinking. Oh that'd be so. Awesome to be a sister missionary and everyday wake up put on an outfit put the tag on and represent jesus christ and go around doing service in teaching people about jesus and there was something in me that there was a fire in me burned to want to do that and then again because i got. Yeah because i got so distracted by a relationship and by being obsessed with having that workout and and it didn't work out and then because of the the provo thing. I had to wait a little bit longer until that responsibility was fulfilled. Until i had the opportunity to go on a mission and i did talk to my bishop at the time and he said. Let's wait until you're so close to being done with school. I only had one more year and he was like. Let's talk about it at the end of the year. That's still of interest to you. And i didn't end up doing it because of another relationship. Which is actually. That's the next thing that i need to talk about. But yeah i. I look at that and i think how different my life would have been. I followed that lifelong passion of wanting to serve a mission. And instead i let my boy craziness like my. And i think it's common. I think a lot of girls that i know gave up things that they wanted to do for themselves because they wanted to set aside their own passions and their own interests in place of a relationship or a boyfriend and my parents always said to me in high school. You'll have so much more fun if you don't have a boyfriend and they were definitely right because the times that i didn't have a boyfriend i had so much more fun and it's nothing i regret the time i had a boyfriend in highschool but i definitely had a lot more fun when i didn't have a boyfriend and so anyway i'm getting off track a little bit but if i look back at my life and the things that probably extremely changed trajectory of my life had an extreme impact on the trajectory of my life is what i was trying to say. Words are hard sometimes not serving. A mission is one that i look back and i could have had such great potential if i had served a fulltime mission for my church and so i up something that hopefully neil and i get to do together some day but that's a regret and then i also as we were talking about this. I really felt like i needed to share the story. And i usually am very careful and respectful of how i talk about my former marriage because there's a lot of complicated reasons most of all that i just doesn't do any good to bring up old things but this is particularly about me and my choice and my how do i say this. This was my choice to not listen to that voice of warning. So when i was dating my ex husband and we were getting close to marriage and we got engaged. There were two times that i felt a very strong prompting to not marry him. And i didn't listen. I just did it anyway and there was so one time we got into a big argument. Maybe like ten days or two weeks or something before the wedding. And i remember seeing all night talking to my roommate and trying to figure out what to do and i had serious doubts at that point and i remember having a very very strong prompting. Do not go through with this. I was getting ready mentally to call it off to an. I knew it was going to take a lot of guts and courage but sadly the things that held me back. Where what if. This is your only chance to get married. What if no one else ever loves you again. What if if you say no to this then you're never gonna have the wedding that your parents wanted to give you and others all these people flying into town. They're all these like really silly worldly reasons for not wanting to follow that that voice. That was telling me don't do this so by the next morning. I brushed it all aside and kept going and then the day of the wedding sitting in the temple right before the ceremony. I had another strong strong impression. Do not go through with this. And i did anyway and now obviously like that. That didn't work out. And i learned a lot from it but i hope to teach my kids some day and just the way that i am openly talking about it here that that was my choice and i chose to go against what the spirit told me the do and i hope that my kids can have the courage to even when they're worried about what it's gonna look like or how the logistics are going to work out the voice of warning that they will listen to it. The have the courage to listen to it. And i wish so badly that i could go back and make that hard courageous decision to listen to the voice of warning and i just. I wasn't strong enough to do it. I just didn't choose to do that. And that's a regret so it's not so much. I learned a lot of things from going through that divorce. And i think there's part of me that feels like heavenly father needed me to learn compassion and understanding and what it's like to be the odd man out in our church which church focuses so much on family and i learned what it meant to be that person that shows up to church each week and you are kind of the misfit. Like the social misfit. I know what that feels like. And i feel like i have a stronger connection to women in our church. Congregations who show up. Who don't have the cookie cutter family to sit next to you. Because i've been there so that's a gift that's something i've learned but as far as regrets go in my life. It's not even the regret of the marriage. If that makes sense it's the regret of not listening to the spirit and so that's one that i always think of and then i have one last one and then i wanna talk to you about the question. I asked you. But my last real regret when i think back on my life because i've i've made tons of mistakes. I have made a lot of mistakes. There's no question about it a lot of mistakes. I feel like though taught me something. And i repented and i learned and knots. The way god intends for us to be is to make mistakes learn from them get better move on become a better person and all of that is great so a lot of the mistakes i made in life. I learned something from them. But one regret that i have that i feel like i will never get back and just all. I can do my best to try to make a living amends. But when i look back at all the years that my sister and i grew up in the same household and i was so mean to her i was so mean to my one sister brooke and she just was annoying to me and i thought i was to call and there was a six year difference between us and i just acted pretty much always like i can't stand you leave me alone. And it's a total regret to me. I look back. And i think what a waste so many years wasted of me acting to cool not spending time with her. I remember one time my mom just crying and begging me to be nicer to her into saying she is so cool. She has so much to offer. She's so fun. People at school love her her friends of her few. Just give her a chance. And i just was so stubborn about it and so hard hearted i was like. I don't remember what i said to my mom. At the time but i was just way too cool for her and and yeah i look back on those years and it was so much regret for. What a missed opportunity. That was when we could have had great childhood memories together and we have very few. And that's my fault. That's on me and so all i can do now is try to make a living amends of that and have a great relationship with her which i feel like i do and i feel like we are super close. She's one of my best friends and we thoroughly enjoy spending time together and having our families together and when we talk on the phone i just feel like we connect so well and she understands me on a level that a lot of very few other people do and so. She's one of my mouth cherished relationships now. But it's a regret that. I have just basically looking back and saying what kind of ben like what a waste. All those years that we could have had a beautiful relationship and that was on me so those are some of my regrets. But i thought it was super interesting meal when i asked you okay. You've had to close brothers two full brothers because you have three half brothers do your to closest brothers not only in age but also they were from your mom and dad. They've passed away. So i said you have any regrets when it comes to steve or when it comes to dave so really. I don't have a lot. I mean i think with my brother steve. He was the older of the two so there was a pretty big age gap. I mean he was when he died he was nineteen and at that time i was like twelve twelve thirteen twelve and so but i remember spending a lot of time with him in spite of that age gap and i think of like looking back. It's really impressive to me that he would hang out with me like all the time. We had a pool table in our basement and that was kind of the thing that brought all of us together and kept us close. I'd go down there. His room in my brother days room was just right next to each other in our basement and then the pool table was just outside of their room. So i'd go down there. And i was just start plan pool by myself kind of taken a few shots and then inevitably i just knew. Steve would always come out and he'd always be like rack up. That was like the thing. I just remember him saying like them up. Let's play a game and then we would play a game and pool was kind of cool setup because it's you know you're taking shots kind of slower thought out methodical game so Shots you're having a conversation kind of lends itself to a lot of communication and so he was super opened with me and he would. He would tell me about what was going on in his life. There's a lot of turmoil. A lot of struggle. A lot of challenges. But he would just talk to me openly about it. And so i learned a lot just having those conversations and was able to spend a lot of time with him weeding up to the time that he died and it really had a huge impact on my life and completely changed. I think the direction that i potentially would have gone. Had i not about communication. Are you willing to share like that specifically dot conversation. That was like totally. Change your life you on the podcast before. Okay but one of the things. I mean he. He was super open with me struggled with drugs and different alcohol and smoking and was really working to overcome those things he wanted to go on a mission and so he was trying to do those things but it just was hard for him and so it was probably six months before he died. I remember him sitting down with me and he was never one to bill. It really be like forceful or tell me what to do or anything like that. It was always just kind of really casual that way but this time he got really serious. Knee sat down with me and he just looked me straight in the eye and was just super really really intense. And he's like. I want you to promise me that you'll never party like you'll never do drugs. Alcohol smoke like these things have just really made my life so much harder and i've struggled because of them and and got into a lot of trouble because of it. I want you to promise me that you won't and so it was super out of character for him to to ask something like that and so i just said hey mike yeah you know what i i won't i won't do it and then probably about six months later. He died he committed suicide. And after that happened i remembered that conversation and then that very next year there was opportunities to drink. I had friends that were drinking around me. That were smoking marijuana and your thirteen. Yeah that's thirteen. It was there like that next year and moving forward but because of that commitment and because of kind of the experiences that he shared. And what i saw in our family as a result of going through those challenges with drugs and alcohol. I'm like no. I know where this goes in and i know and not only do i know where it goes but steve committed me not to do it and so i kind of became that guy with my my friends like. Hey everyone knows. Neil doesn't do any of this stuff and they they were really cool. They respected it. And i think i was able to be someone that you know. People who were on the fence would kind of lean on a little bit like hey all hang with neil. He's not doing anything and so that felt good to be able to do that. But it's because of the experiences that i saw with steve and being committed worry committed me not to not engage in that stuff. It's pretty cool. I think probably feel really good about the impact that that's had on your life and then with dave to i asked you. Do you have any regrets with dave. Yeah and that one again. I don't like we were super close. I think more in our adult life. I think as kids we were you know. You're just kind of kids and you're fighting then your you have your buddies and you go hang out. But once he he went and served a mission came back like really wanted to be tight and we hung out a law. We'd go ride motorcycles together and hang out and ride bikes and stuff. And then i went on my mission came back same thing but i think the only thing that and it's not so much a regret it's just for me kind of just not. It's just kind of like a bummer. Memory for me is the last interaction i had. It was christmas time. We live out here in california and then we'd fly back for holidays so we went back and you know. Christmas was over his house with his family. Christmas eve christmas eve. And so what should we always had done up until that point with your family every year so i was you know trying to set it up and logistically. It's tough with kids. They gotta be back early to be able to go down for bed and be ready for christmas. And then you know. They're trying to prepare things on for the house to have everybody. Come over and so the timing. We're trying to work that out and it just kinda worked out to where we're trying to go a little earlier. So i could spend more time and hang out with them but they were still getting ready. There were some logistical things. That were hard. So we're like well we'll kind of head over that way. We're in north salt lake and bountiful. They're out in south jordan and so we drove out there and then like we don't want to go too early so let's kill some time. Let's go through. There was like a little light. Show out there that you could drive your car through for christmas and it was kind of this really cool like little light show so we go in there and we're driving through it and i just had this kind of nine nagging feeling of like you need to get over there like you need to get over to dave's house and it was just really bothering me but we are already riding through this thing. And there's like twenty cars behind us and then another ten cars in front of us were just committed and it just took a lot longer than thought it would and so we finally got over there and i was able to spend some time and just hanging out and i had no idea what was going to happen a month later so we just hung out and our last conversation was it was just kind of a surface level conversation. You know just kind of a lot of people. There's everyone's over there he's hosting and kinda mingling with everybody and you know it's kinda like me a couple of my brothers and another family member all taught chattan it up circle and dave's there in the circle you know we're just having a conversation but it it just. I think it's just the regret of feeling. Like had i known and you never you're never going to know like how could anybody predicted anything. That would have happened. Mike you never know. And so i think it just we said goodbye kinda gave them like the you know the hug like it was just kind of like a quick. Like hey thanks man. See a lovey bro. And then asking for my and annabel's like last thing she asked him. Do you have any christmas presents for us. Like not as a joke. She's dead serious. Yeah she's like. What christmas presents do you have any presence. Fermi day super nice. He's like yeah. I think we've got some for you. We'll hey we'll get the are just mortified. Oh my gosh annabel like please. you know. it's super embarrassing. But i guess that's just the the memory that i have that is not just i guess it just kind of a not a. It's a sad memory for me. Because i it's like i wish there could have been more of a connection there or an opportunity like have a conversation that was really meaningful or thoughtful or expressive or anything like that and i just felt like it was very lot going on. He's hosting kind of surface level communication. Which for us. We really would talk on deep levels. I talked a lot about recovery in my struggles and things and he was like very involved in my recovery and so to have just a a surface level not really feel like you know real strong connection as our last communication. I guess it's a regret. But it's like i don't know how we would have done that any differently now. But that's kind of they. You also told me about your actual last communication which was pretty cool right. Yeah so that one. Prior to christmas prior to that happening the last time seeing him we did have a really just really awesome conversation. It was probably of of maybe a month before christmas or few weeks before even and i call them for something You know help my parents out with something. And then we had this conversation. Defer he was probably inspired he was just. I could tell when i call them. You know we talked about the thing with my family and my parents and then he's like can tell you more interested in just talking to me and he's like we started talking and really being he's just was really honest and open and it was cool conversation he just was saying i just feel like i'm trying to figure out what what is next. What goal what. I need to do in life next. I like accomplished kind of all the things that i need to accomplish. But i feel like spiritually kept saying spiritually. He's like spiritual. I feel like there's more in that i'm trying to figure out how to get that into my life and how to advance. It was almost like that was the question that he kept asking was just so we talked a lot about that and like well some things you know. Here's what i do and spiritually. I'm trying to engage more and conference talks and rematch scriptures and have more meaningful prayer and go to recovery meetings and stuff. But i could. I could just tell that there was it was beyond that but it was just an amazing conversation. Really really cool and i just. There was a strong connection in just an expression of love back and forth. And i just walked. You know kind of as well as driving in the car and i just hung up. The phone was like man. Just wow wow. I'm so blown away. At how amazing opening experience. That was so i think that was the last conversation the that i can kinda really feel like all right. I understand and i was able to communicate to where there was no doubt on how i felt about him or how he felt about me and it was really powerful and then i think a week before he died. I sent him a text message. Was like hey man read this conference soccer. Listen to this. I love it. It's all there holland. Be there for perfect. Eventually one of my favorite talks. And so i sent that over to him. He's like thanks. Man will give it a listen and that was kind of that was the last communication that i had with him. But yeah i think it nar gretz as far as like anything that was left on hidden resentments or things you needed to work out with him. No not with either my brothers. I think that it was everything was left on the field so to speak and there was nothing that i'm like man i'm hung up on you know i. I wish the final in person interaction with dave would have been under different circumstances. But yeah i don't. I don't have any regrets as far as anything in those relationships. Yeah thinks they're sharing all that's really powerful and a unique perspective that you have the allowed people don't have because most people haven't lost at your age two of their siblings so things are sharing. I wanted to share. So there's a talk called regrets and resolutions by diederik dwarf and he talks about a nurse who cares for a terminally ill people and she says that she often asked a simple question of patients as they prepare to depart this life. Do you have any regrets. And so these are some of the most common answers number one. I wished i had spent more time with the people i love and i think that's really interesting and i love neil that you are saying for the most part you don't have regrets like i loved what you shared with me when we had our even longer conversation about how you and dave rode motorcycles together and he made us such a priority after his mission. And you guys did so many memorable things together. You'd go voting. He like involved you. He made you such a priority in his life after his mission to serve to spend time with you and that you know that you talked about steve. Even though so much older and more mature and in a completely different phase of life always made time for you played these pool games with you had conversations that completely changed your life an icon. That's so cool. And i look at my life and again one of my only regrets is not using that quality time that i had in the same household with my sister and building a really wonderful relationship that we had when we were growing up and trying to make up for that now but just knowing that. That's one of those things that i look back on like. I'll never get that time back. We don't get to reduce childhood. And if i have. And if i would have understood then what i know now i wish that's like the one thing and all of my childhood that i wish i would have done differently. That's i think a common thing for a lot of people. I wish i would've spent more time with people i lab or maybe spent that time differently or have different interactions and then the next one i think is so interesting because you and i both related to this. I wish i had lived up to my potential and you talked about that with the sports and the bike racing and for me at one of my only regrets that experience of miss utah where i wasted that and it could have been something. So cool really. Wasn't once in a lifetime. Opportunity for me that i look back and think i did not show up confident that i was going to do. My best showed up so unprepared. And i think that like quitting not being prepared not living up to your potential. I think that there's there's a difference between that. And i made a mistake and i learned from it versus. I had an opportunity and just passed on it. I either didn't work hard. Or i just quit or you know. I think that's a regret that probably a lot of people. Have i know that people that i admire and look up to talked to me about wishing that they would have done more when they're in high school when they were in college or in their education path leading them to their career that because they chose something different than what they know. They had a potential for that their life when a different way. And i think that's something that we can all learn from and look back at. Okay what were the things in life that i wish i would have followed through on or really lived up to my potential and this is i. I love what elder turf says about this. So he says. I'm not speaking here of climbing the ladder of success in our various professions. That ladder no matter. How lofty it may appear on this. Earth barely amounts to a single step in the great eternal journey awaiting us rather i'm speaking of becoming the person god only father intended us to be. And that's the real regret right is looking back on your life and thinking. Oh i could have been something more. I could have had a greater impact. I could have lived my life in a different way and that was one thing i really learned when we studied the parable of the vineyard last year. And the parable of the prodigal son both of those. I felt like taught me this really strong lesson of i don't i i don't think god cares if we figure it out at the very end or if we figure it out in the beginning and we live our whole life like on the quote unquote straight narrow path. It's the people who wait and take a really long time that they're going to look back and regret all those years they could have had the fullness of joy of living in peace and knowing that they have peace with god and with themselves knowing that they made choices that actually brought them happiness. I think that's where the real regret is. It's not that god is going to say to someone like you. Kneel oh you paid your tithing your whole life. Therefore you're going to get some greater reward in heaven than someone who turn their life around when they were eighty and lived. The last couple years of their life really dedicated. I don't think there's going to be a measuring stick like that. But i think the people who knew they had that portential and they dropped out of the race or they didn't they just didn't live there potential. I think a lot of those people may look back and think pan. I wasted a lot of the years of my life on earth could have been so much happier and so much more fulfilled living square with god and and doing maybe better works or working toward things that really would matter in the long run and i think that can also relate to people who are so sucked into their career that they forget the things that matter most like family and being dedicated to the the best things in life so this he also says this and i love this are have. My father sees real potential. He knows things about us that we do not know ourselves. He prompts us during our lifetime to fulfill the measure of our creation. And you talk about this. What's your famous quote that you love to say my famous quote. I'm trying to remember if you got everything. Yeah well it's not my quote. It's i heard it in covering meeting but if you got everything that you wanted in life you would short change yourself for what god has in store for you. So basically we have this plan our own little plan of salvation so to speak like man. I wanted this career. I wanna do this and that and and a lot of times. That is well be low potential or abilities or maybe we're not even seeing an opportunity that god knows we're capable of of cheating and that we're only going to be able to experience with his help and through the grace of of christ if we turn to him and asking and are willing to listen and i feel like we've lived that out in our marriage and i feel like you and i got married with this like pretty cookie cutter view of what life was going to look like and then i step out of that was moving down here to california and then after that when you lost your job and then we just kept on this like roller coaster of things that god needed us to go through and the more. We turned the reins over to him and said okay. Whatever you want. We'll do it. The more he just kept directing us in this very clear path of this is what i need you to do. And you to use your voice. I need you to talk about recovery. Give people hope who feel like. They have no hope. Talk about your believe. Talk about your faith. And as we've that. I feel like god has just poured out all these blessings on us. Because we've been willing to say okay literally whatever you want. We'll do it. And so that's just i like because we've been willing to just let him takeover he's given us a life a million times more beautiful than anything you are. I would ever out as our plan. So that's been really really so cool to seen. I feel grateful for every day when i wake up and think about this our life. I'm so grateful that we get to do this for work. We get to talk about the things we believe and we get to work side by side together and spend a lot of time with our kids and there's just so many blessings that would never have come if it had been current. And neil you write down your your life plan and then i'll just give you whatever you want. It was like god how to way better plan. My plan was very cool. We're up to me. i wasn't either. You know selling medical devices and dune really. Well there and i look at man like how different life would be if that my quote unquote plan at worked out. Not only would it not have been as great as a life as we have now but it probably you know like. I don't think. I don't know who knows what would have happened if we would. We even be together like know. I got to look at that honest reality well. And we've talked about that too and our personal conversations but also i think it's important to know i think some people look at i guess my career or what i do for work and i think some people assume. Oh you wanted this. You wanted to be a working mom in the ironic thing is i never envisioned myself as a working mom and when neil and i got married it was just we were both on the same page. I would stay home with our kids and he would go out and work and we would just do that. We would do life that way and it was actually something. I've really had to swallow my pride on and be willing to do what god pushed me to do. Which is what we do now. And i have had so many the opposite of that voice of warning. I've had so many times where the spirit has told me. This is exactly what god wants you to do right now. You are living your life exactly how father wants you to. And i'm so grateful for that and but part of that really had to be me giving up my pride or am i worry of what others with thinker their perception of me your our life or are we right just enough for do we want to be on god's path because our life doesn't look exactly like the mold that a lot of people's lives look like in our culture and it's just been the longer we do this the more i feel really fulfilled that i'm doing exactly what heavenly father intends for me to do and that he has specific things that he needs me and only me to do i feel about as the case with everyone and the only thing holding you back as your willingness to show up to prepare for the pageant or to stay in the game when you get knocked down or to you know all of these proverbial things that we've talked about that if you can just let god lead you. He's got such great things in store for you okay. I want to talk about the last thing really quickly. The third regret that this nurse said that she hears the most. I wish i had let myself be happier. And i think that's super interesting right. People get to the end of their life and they think i spent so much of my life being miserable or being disappointed or or just waiting something to make me happy. I think a lot of people feel that way. And i love what dietrich says here. He says so. Often we get caught up in the illusion that there's something just beyond our reach that would bring us happiness better family situation a better financial situation or the end of a challenging trial. The older we get them more. We look back and realize that external circumstances don't really matter or determine our happiness we do matter we determine our happiness you and i are ultimately in charge of our own happiness. So what do you think of this neil. Well i totally agree with it. I think that it's kind of this syndrome. I've get caught in this and have admittedly a lot of my life has been like. I'll be happy when syndrome. I'll be happy when dot dot and you can you can fill in whatever blank and and at different times my life. It was like oh when i was in college. I'll be happy it'll be so happy. Sousa graduate just get done with us or when i was single and it was kind of this was a common one for a lot of around was like all be happy when i find somebody i felt when i find the perfect person so green and it's like life is still life and challenges are still challenged and marriage brings a ton of unique challenges. Ones in it's harder sometimes and the lie you complete me a lot of there's a lot of interesting nuances that you fall into but i think of. I've definitely been caught in the trap a lot of times. You just kind of end up chasing a rainbow so to speak you know you just. There's always something else that you need to find joy in or feel like you need and you never really get it and tell you can at least for me. It's when i stop and spiritually connect in in really listen and do something to engage. Spiritually than at that piece comes in that fulfillment comes in and that's what brings in the happiness and joy and then it doesn't really matter externally what's happening and i think of president nelson well. I wanted to ask you about that because we had a conversation about this too and this is this is the quote that has been recorded more than anything else. Recently in general conference he said in october of two thousand sixteen. The joy we feel has little to do with the circumstances of our lives and everything to do with the focus of our lives. And tell me transparently how you felt about that this well when this quote kind of hit and came out and became popular to where i was hearing it all over was for me was like right after my brother died and so i was in you know still just died but was murdered like you just a really brutal situation. Really traumatic situation. And i mean and that's still shaking out today. And i'm still working through a lot of that but i but i honestly i struggle with that and and it was really hard for me because i'm like i'm doing everything that i know to do to be spiritually focused to take spiritual Actions to surround myself with with uplifting things that that are really helpful and good and and they're just days where i just don't feel good and i i don't i'm sad. I feel a strong sense of loss. Like nothing is exciting to me. I mean i told one of my buddies. I'm like you know he asked me. He's like how you doing man and close friend of mine and is after recovering meeting. And i'm like dude. I feel like somebody could give me a lamborghini. Right now and i wouldn't even care like i would not even excite me at all and so i struggled with that quote for a long time and i'm like i just don't i'm struggling to feel about joy in i feel like i'm focused on christ. What's the deal. Yeah and so. That was hard for me but nonetheless. I do think back to those times. And it's like did. I not speak to your mind like god spoke piece to my soul and i felt strengthen and there was a dark time and i look at. There's different examples in the scriptures. Joseph smith and liberty gel. You know different times where really solid people went through things and were spiritually focused. And you know maybe. They didn't express their experiences or describe as being joyful think smith and liberty jail talks about being joyful but ironically until the very end what is kinda cool about that example is he starts out. Where are you god. Basically but by the end of you know a couple of sections later it's like let's joyfully do all that's in our power and then standstill and and with the utmost assurance and see god's arm to be revealed so it it does change that sounds but there is a time where there's serious struggle it's really. It's something definitely to think on. And i i thought of when you were talking about how sherri do points out cherry do is just one of my favorite people but she points out that in the book of mormon. There's only a couple times when it says never were. They're happier people on one of the times is right toward the end of the book of mormon. Everyone is super wicked. And everything's falling apart and people are getting murdered and it's just like a super super challenging time but the people who stay really strong in the gospel are really happy because they're tied to the most important things and so i don't want to dismiss at all what you're talking about or what you learned but i think it is a true principle that the joy that we feel is not necessarily about our circumstances but the focus the focus of our lives and i think there can be times and seasons. And that's true for everyone where you go through peaks and valleys but overall having true joy. That was my favorite scripture. That i ever read where it was just this humongous aha moment for me and it's still my favorite scripture today. Second to twenty five men are that they might have joy. When i read that i was like. Oh my gosh. God put us on this earth to have joy to be happy and at that point in my life i had just felt like. Oh we're here to suffer and learn and and go through hard things and get through them and and become better and just kind of struggle. I don't know that that sounds dramatic. But when i read that and thought wow that is the point of us being here. Men are that they might have choi. It was transformative for me. And i feel like that's i'm not perfect at it and i have to try all the time but that's something that when i really try to make my focused on the right things they do bring joy and here's one example that you know even during that real struggle of postpartum depression last year and it really was a true struggle. It was one of the hardest times one of the hardest things i've ever been through in my life. I had moments of with hairy. And with times i remember specifically. I remember being afraid that. If i were to take anti-depressants that i wouldn't be able to feel the spirit and i remember once i started taking them the first time i felt the spirit and feeling so grateful and just feeling like thank you. Father for so allowing me to feel the spirit. Even though i'm going through this hard thing. I am taking medication to get through it. I was still able to feel the spirit and that was like a moment of joy for me and so maybe the joy a is different at different times of our lives and it comes in different ways. But i think that focus is what really defines whether we see it that way or we are or are. We focused on the hard things that were going through. Okay lastly i want to go to just to tie about a little bit on everything. Elder dwarf says to avoid some of the deepest regrets of life. It would be wise to make some resolutions today. And so he has three resolutions number one resolve to spend more time with those we love number to resolve to strive more earnestly to become the person god wants us to be and number three resolve to find happiness regardless of our circumstances and i think all three of those are super powerful. I love that. They're not specific to any type of faith or or even like any lifestyle like hopefully everyone wants to spend time with people. They love become the person their full potential of the person that they could be and then find happiness like those are three easy things that i mean. They're not easy but they're simple things that we can all focus on and would just have a better quality of life doing so. That's my take away from this. I feel like it was a really valuable conversation to have with you and learn from you that the things that you regret and things you don't regret so i really have enjoyed our conversation today. Do you have any final thoughts on new on this one. I think he said a beautifully. I think sometimes that can be a powerful and is a powerful exercises too fast forward life fast bowler situation saying okay. I'm walking out the door from the situation or exiting my life. What matters and use that as like a test. My focusing the right these mega action while thinks neal for all of your candidness in their willingness to be monorails named kraut things that are close to your heart and i hope anyone listening to this. We'll take that challenge to make those three resolutions and hopefully find more joy in your life so thanks thanks so much for listening to meant aerial messages. Make sure you follow us on instagram. At montero subscribe to our apple podcasts and rate and review us. If you like us and to get show notes go to meant arrow dot com slash podcast and you can even sign up to get shouts emailed right here in box and will email you every time. There's a new episode.

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Aaron Urist - You Gon' Get Bit

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Aaron Urist - You Gon' Get Bit

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And then we had you come with us to Austin, which was fantastic as well. Love it love it. And you're here you're in LA. I'm so happy you're doing some shows so excited to be here. How how you came and it just immediately started raining. Yeah. Yep. That's what happens. I found negative effect on the weather. You know, the phrase bringing the pain you bring the rain bring the rain, he literally made her and you also bring the funk. Not the noise. No never. I'm very quiet quietly. You're you're quietly fucking. This started out as a joke. But it's actually that is pretty accurate pretty damn person. Well, dude, I'm so happy. You're here. We've got stories. There's dumb stuff out as Laurie got a story. There is dumb stuff happening in the world. And we we need to break it down in the best possible understand it. So that we can try to fight fight it, right? We see it. You you Trevor on your comedian. You see a lot of it everywhere. An incredible amount of the Dennis. And we are aware of it. That's what we do is comedians is try to sort of harness. Instructed try to. Yeah. Turn it into Cologne. Create a serum to fight it. Daniel. What are we got? Let's jump into it and sent in by big Jay mills with a Z. Oh, I wanna party with this guy. Big j mills litter. He's litter dumbness connoisseur big j mills dot gov. Big, Jane, you know, that's everywhere. What a big J J BJ up in the house dog. Else I'm healthy mills. -i north Salt Lake Utah are north Salt Lake Utah. We've been to Salt Lake a California man was arrested in Davis county Utah. So how how did he get their crossing state lines traveled to get there? Yes, he traveled to commit crimes. Really? I won't story. So I don't know why to even product we can do this all day sidestep. Just because I this hit me when I said, you talked twice have you guys watched -ducted in plain sight knows at the Elizabeth smart story know, what it is a documentary about I can't even as am. I because. Out beyond belief, dude, you will want I want. I'm not I wanted. I can't this person down. I'd kill them. I more than one person. There you guys. This is what I wrote. Okay. And I sat on this. This is so important you to put out I sat on this until peak Twitter. Our so I'm like, I'm not burning. Midnight. This is like a noon tweets. Yes. That's so hard to do. And I know I can't control. You can't bad at Twitter. How? A now don't you also have some we were like, oh, this'll be good around one AM. I tweeted out Twitter after door. If you want to keep saying the words this shit can't get any crazier and be wrong. Go watch -ducted in plain sight. I okay, then you will call me up. I'm not sure will especially for anybody listening. I love all you townies. Go watch this documentary tweet at me at the twenty two minute Martineau because that is when that is when everything is going to change am I going to want to go to when we go to Utah to do our shows there find these people and kill them, not angle them in plain sight. We're gonna be so mad rate enraged. And also in disbelief guys, I'm telling the fact, I love that you haven't seen it. And I can't wait for the tax that I know I'm going to get you are you're going to get them. You're going to get you to I want to know what you think I will definitely check it out. Okay. Errands already watching it. I'm during this episode. Stop stop put. Shut up fan. Not lying about that. That was a little out. Okay. A California, man. The sentence. And you guys are gonna love this county. Yes, was was arrested in Davis county, Utah Tuesday after police said he bit another man during an argument about conspiracy theories while they were both in a hot tub. So power you love your story. Aaron you've been given a gift beautiful man while arguing about conspiracy theories in a hot tub is this apres ski ski. Tub. We're sired a conspiracy theorist ski retreat on somebody says conspiracy theories spa wants somebody says I'll tell you what they don't want you to know walkaway. Get out of the hot or if someone starts a sentence with. Well, you know about oh, I know, right? It's be like, I'm sorry. I I'm getting a little in. You know, this isn't really water, right? Get out get out get out. If you said, I know nine eleven was an inside job. And now, here's another inside job you pull down your pants and all right? I'll let you I'll give you that fair bite. Right. That's a bite on the shoulder to get away. Government doesn't want you to know what this rashes. I don't know I'm afraid to the government. According to an affidavit of probable cause released in Utah second district court detectives received a call Tuesday saying a man had been assaulted by Brian David Boyer back here. He debate baby. Brian David Bowie deal. A C K. Check out my Hummel clicks, you know, online. Brian David boy, Boyack, they okay. A man had been assaulted by Brian David boy, I want to know what his conspiracy. What were they arguing over? Do. They even get India's David and a quote large chunk of his ear had been bitten on. Why did we go for the year because he's like I'm your whisper this conspiracy? Microphones in this tub. Is seen in the firm. Music. Still ball still for. Some conspiracies. I. It's like there's microphones everywhere. I mean, like, they're probably was almost like in a burglary. That isn't inside job. I'm not getting conspiracy theory. There is probably no forced entry. So the guy got bit was like, dude, you can whisper it stop grabbing my arm when you talk to let go just let go. Just talk to people to kids fighting in the back of a car on a long car, right? Ready to hear it Brian. Dave boy. Now, you tell him boy. Com slash angel. Fire. My my space. There's nothing there. And that's where the three Mexican band shows left. We're both gonna play fortnight at the same time. We have a good chance of being randomly put into a group. Then I will write the answers in ammo. I will shoot the answers onto a wall. We'll both go to lake we'll both get Jason stop stop. You do know what all these don't. None of us do. Detectives made contact with the victim at the emergency room. The F is David set. She's bleeding and wh and we're told that boy had bitten the victim's ear following a conversation about big corporations and conspiracy theories while the two were in the hot tub this offense greed at one point there were six to seven people in that hot. All cleared out and left this guy with David boy Eck, Brian David boy at this guy was laying down with his eyes close. He must really. Head back head back. And he's like, I don't see what's so bad about Bank of America. Oh boy. You got boy, obviously, you haven't listened to the Wells Fargo episode of the Dow. Jacket. He. Yeah. Came up from under the water like a navy seal. So this is alone. This came up bobbed up took a chunk down. Here. Listen to the Joe Rogan podcast. That's not jet fuel look at that. Reason should've. I seen Kim trails at night black mart. Boy, ACTA sound like a buoyant kayak. Makes sense that this would. Tub in a Cayenne. Oh boy. Oh boy. I is a kayak sized for little boys. Son in a boy, tone, come along. It's only class to rapid. We're gonna take a quick break. When we do. We'll get into more of how these conspiracy stories started. And what happened in the hot tub with the victim and Brian David? Can't wait to dump people down Friday. Around. chop up the Soviet Jay and lineup the blow you gotta date with the devil. 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Here's a little something to wet your appetite right now, I'm a little terrified because I don't know what a podcast is. Let's take some calls. Caller, number one. You're on with Ron burgundy what's on your mind? No callers. No. Because people aren't listening in realtime Schick got it. If you are listening to this and have downloaded by mistake. Please turn it off. Now, turn it off. No, we have we have some the will cruise here. Okay. All right. Okay. You're Taurus, your horoscope is come on pull you together. You defecate was reduced to my basic angle. Rumba? Vailable wherever podcasts are found. Hey, guys were back. We're our guest is Aaron Eurest before we get back into the story and the conspiracy theory that follow on the old Twitter's and the old Instagram's you are tell them what the. At Aaron guess, you don't really need to say at part is everyone has the era nearest you. Are I S U R? I S T A R O N U R. Oh, I need it. Should we get back into it? Okay. Okay. So guy bit conspiracy theory hot are they gonna David Boya? And it's about corporate corporate victim eating is such an intimate crime. The most intimate the NASDAQ too because it's pushing away maybe a hand might end up near the mouth. But you're in there. I think I head but his intimate. Sure fighting is like. Fires today. Madness kiss the kiss of assault. It's it's literally you saying I wanna put some of you inside. The victim said he worked for big banking business, which I think three people in the hot tub who deaf who knew Brian David Boyack immediately out of here. Get out of here. Saw the end. Questions baby. He just told Brian that he works for big banks. We're we're go three zero three people looked at their arms like they had watches on late. It's getting late. Wow. This hot tubs dirty. The victim said he worked for big banking business, which is too vague. Not a thing big banking business next this guy. I bite his ear say that shit and the conversation became heated to the point where boy act began to pack up his and his family's belongings family that they brought him. They're all relatives staying in this house together. Yeah. They're like it's like some sort of family and Frank d I don't house will there. Yeah. They're outside the house at the hot tub figure. This was in like a. Motel. Six has a functioning. I know we were we've been over this playing ping Lynn. We were talking ping pong in a kind of sweaty steamed up windows, it's great hope in about how much I hate ping pong guy. The victim said he worked for big banking business conversation became heated, the point began to pack up his and his family's belongings and put them in a vehicle, which means it is the middle of the night. This guy is we're in a swim Trump. Yeah. He's dripping every get your. We're going he. He works for big Bank. He got out of the hot tub went to vehicle and came back to the hot to vita via. Yeah. Yeah. You will home owner. That's who's also the victim. I think lot Brian David boy act out of the house because he was acting crazy and didn't want Eck driving, which is also kind of nice at this point. Don't drive crazy guys at this point. So now, let's picture it. Everybody else's gone inside. It's the middle of the night to men are presumed still they didn't take time to dry off. So they're still wet in their swimsuits. One of them is loading shit into his mini van in the middle of the night. Yelling at his family that they're leaving the guy who owns the house also and in his swimming Soo locks the door locks the door to keep him out. And also keep him from his keys. Yes. Chirp at this point boy picked up patio furniture and started throwing it at the front of the house. Why patio furniture in the furniture on it? He was packing up. Etc. All these cutoff shorts and the patio furniture. And the brow on the key is threat to you it right now, the victim stated he went out of the home. Never go out. There. Don't go don't wanna blame a victim here. But you're giving. Three numbers. The second. The first chair hits the front of the house nine you shouldn't better you you work for big Bank business. That's why should know watch game of thrones people if you're in the castle don't open the doors, walls, you that's your position. Don't. Castles, right? Don't open the shit is four five. Yeah. Keep the gates closed. So at this point he starts throwing pattern furniture the house. The victim stated he went out of the home to tell boy act to stop damaging the home. And that's when he was attacked. Yeah. During the attack -tective stated, Brian David boy act held held the victim to the ground and bit off a chunk of his ear. Wow. So it didn't really happen in the hot tub. But okay after the victim was bitten the affidavit stated that Brian David boy got into his truck and drove off without his family his fan. I'm gonna get bit. You gong. Investigators. That to me would be great name for a blue collar comedy album. Brian David voyage own TV show. Game show where it's like, can you? It's all about consoling. Boy boy actors lurking behind the contestants if they say trigger for him. Investigators were unable to locate boy act but were later contacted by him, and he was taken into custody after turning himself in boy X coming in. Says he's coming down to bite us this kind of bit him in the ass deport. Here's what he told officers, quote, I've done something horrible. But I don't want to answer questions that kind of sums up his whole life. He was talking about the biting. Hasn't been nothing to do. Something else boy booked and Davis county jail for one kind of mayhem a second-degree felony. Yeah. He's allstate. Yeah. Three counts of domestic violence and the in the presence of child all third degree felonies one count of criminal mischief class class b misdemeanor and one count of intoxication. They'll get in Utah, John is really bothering classy, Mr.. Oh, you spit. You spit that out on the ground. But boy, don't waste boy. Ready for the buffalo? The boy, it's right us every part of the we're not wasting anything. This isn't big banking, Brian David Boyer back looks exactly. Like how? Yes, you're like. Oh, wait, don't show me. Tell you what I think here buzz cut. Okay. Goatee little bit overweight. Aaron what do you think he looks like but works out he has emollient most of a mullet, but it's a messed up. It's not a well done shirtless. One tattoo on the harm that he did himself. He did it himself. With the bottom of an umbrella patio furniture of of a hot tub. Rather be here rather? You get bit get I think he's got a beard full beard. Crazy curly hair. That is unkempt. And he kinda looks a little like, Mick Foley. Okay. That's that's good. I'm gonna tell you this all three of you are a bit right? Exactly. Exactly, right. This picture will be on the Facebook page, if you're listening to this podcast, and you aren't member of the Facebook page. What are you doing become a member? You get all this great stuff on there. And we let you know when things are happening. Do it right now to become a member you gotta do is? Like it for crisis. Follow it is probably the closest, but you guys all had elephants as soon as I show it to you get me, your guests on how old you think he is. The. Okay. Ready? Oh my God. Let's like the best care to that Colin Farrell's never played. Right. One hundred thirty seven. He. Or close. Well to good, okay? You want to I twenty one ago, David Brian David Boyack, how old and we'll get outta here on that. I'd like to go first ok. Brian, David Boyack. We know him now of the hip podcast you get bit. Don't get bit. Forty one years. Okay. Okay. All right, J, J ran thirty six thirty six from Jason score. That's good. Guess I think he's thirty four thirty four hundred forty one thirty six thirty four. All right nearest goes. When he does live stuff. Don't get your answers in opening for comedians. Like the squad brother, amazing, really talented and a great. Did I go to close dot com? Go to Daniel van Kirk dot com. I ready Brian David Boyle third man, the hates big banks and loves the tastes throws patio. Furniture leaves in the middle of the night. Has a messy mullet. It is it is a stringy mullet. Strand to Carney, Molin car. Sure. He is. Forty three years. Feel so your man. From. Oh, I got the bite Mark. What a great story. Thank you here in yours. Oh shit. We gotta get back to work. Thank you so much. Dumb dumb. Stick around. Strivings? Podcast network.

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Full Episode: Tuesday, June 25, 2019

World News Tonight with David Muir

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Full Episode: Tuesday, June 25, 2019

"Are you hiring with indeed? You can post a job in minutes. Set up screener questions, then zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard. Get started today at indeed dot com slash tonight. That's indeed dot com slash tonight. Tonight, the surprise resignation amid the crisis on the border and reports of hundreds of children who were living in horrible conditions. America's acting border chief is out, just two months on the job tonight. The president saying I don't think I've ever spoken to him for watching severe weather coming tonight, this image of Supercell hovering as we now expect dangerous storms across several states, ginger Zee times it out. But major new headline after that deadly helicopter crash landing here in New York City on that skyscraper. What we've now learned about the pilot in those final moments. What happened be escalating? Standoff President Trump now threatening Iran with obliteration Iran saying the White House is afflicted with mental retardation the girl scout tragedy tonight at eleven year old girl killed three others hurt. When a massive tree comes crashing down, pinning them to the ground American on vacation to couple now missing after renting jetskis and a separate case, Virginia doctor at his tour guide kill. There is news tonight about the missing college student new images just released from the airport in authority is reveal just today, but who help headline tonight about prescription drugs, and dementia and America, strong tonight, the Iraq war veteran, and what he did to save his platoon. This is ABC news tonight with David Muir. Good eating this, great to have you with us here in a Tuesday night. And we begin tonight with that sudden resignation of America's acting border chief after just two months on the job. Jon Sanders has now resigned tonight, the president saying he doesn't think he ever spoke to him. And this all comes amid the reports of hundreds of migrant children living in awful conditions at a facility and Clint Texas sources telling ABC news tonight, Sander's departure has nothing to do with what was uncovered involving those children. ABC's chief national correspondent Matt Cup and leading us off tonight amid headlines of horrific conditions for those three hundred migrant children moved from that Texas facility now that. Stunning resignation, the president distancing himself from Jon Sanders, the Commissioner. He appointed in April, I don't think I've ever spoken to him, actually. No. We have some very good. People running sources tell ABC news. Sanders resignation had nothing to do with revelations that the border patrol house. Migrant children in Texas in conditions human rights lawyers who recently visited the facility, likened to torture, facilities, a border patrol station in Clinton, Texas reportedly denied about three hundred children soap and toothpaste, according to lawyer, who went inside and spoke with them. The children were found filthy and sleeping on the concrete floor with only Mylar sheets. The CBC has denied most of the allegations. And while the agency said earlier this week, it removed two hundred fifty children overnight, we learned about one hundred more transferred there. CB. CB p saying the overcrowding was the problem that outgoing border chief John Sanders recently, railing at facilities, just like Clint children should not have to sleep on the ground under Myler blankets. This is the United States of America. We can. And we must do better as a country. There are currently about thirteen thousand five hundred children in US custody. One reason, congress is now debating a four point five billion dollar emergency funding Bill, hopefully today, hopefully, they'll be passing the Bill and humane Bill. And that's what we want. It's all about humanity. It's about helping children. All this as this graphic video is now emerging, a gut wrenching. Reminder of the perils, of migrants face Mexican authorities say this father and his twenty three month old daughter drowned in the Rio Grande near Brownsville, Texas, the father reportedly putting his daughter on the US side of the river Bank. And we went to ferry the girl's mother across to the toddler jumped after him, he reportedly tried to rescue her stuff. Ping her in his shirt bits believed they were both script away. So let's get back up and who's with us live tonight. He's reported extensively on this in Matt so many questions about who's in charge. You have an acting homeland security secretary and acting headed ice. And now this acting border chief who resigned today. You have new reporting tonight on who might replace him. That's right. David, government officials. Tell us that the president's likely choice for CB p Commissioner is Mark Morgan out, Mark Morgan is a former Fox News contributor, he's acting director of ice. And one of the people pushing for raids against undocumented migrants in US cities, last week the president called those rates off David Matt guffman leading us off tonight. Matt, thank you to turn next tonight to the severe weather threat for twenty million Americans as we go into the night as much of the east right into the northeast in fact braces for scorching heat as well. It follows four reported tornadoes it just the past twenty four hours, including this massive Supercell in Charleston, West Virginia and time, lapse showing this fierce storm rolling over Atlanta that was something and new images tonight of this e f one tornado ripping apart. Marina, in Gilbert's Ville, Kentucky, chief meteorologist, Newseum tracking storms coming tonight, ginger. What do you watch it? David, I'm watching a radar that has parts of seven states in the severe thunderstorm watch. That means you could see winds in excess of seventy miles per hour anywhere there and pink from Lincoln Nebraska over to Holland Michigan or south bend, Indiana. That's tonight. Then we watched the Jetstream bubble north almost to Canada and beyond that means a big ridge, a lot of heat Philadelphia could see ninety five by Friday, New York city could see our I ninety of the season tomorrow. If we do that it's been the longest stretch and five years that we we've, we've waited to hit ninety David or ginger Zee with us tonight to thank you. There is new reporting tonight after that deadly helicopter crash landing in New York City. Of course. You'll remember the chopper seen flying radically in bad weather that night before slamming out of the top of a high rise in midtown Manhattan, not far from Times Square or from Trump Tower tonight, the new report on the calls the pilot made in those final moments. We now know what happened. And here's ABC's aerial Russia if tonight preliminary findings from the NTSB indicating the pilot was lost before that fatal. Hell. Copter crash, atop Manhattan. Skyscraper earlier this month. The final minutes of the doomed flight captured by witnesses on the ground. Fifty eight year old pilot Tim McCormick seen here dipping erotic Lii in and out of the clouds before taking off McCormack, mentioning to heliport staff. He saw a twenty minute window to make it out due to bad weather, but about five to seven minutes after departure officials say McCormick made a request to return to the heliport and then radio that he did not know where he was a thorny say he did not report any mechanical issues. This pilot was nut certified to fly in instrument conditions was nut certified to fly in clouds, nor any filed the appropriate flight plan, the helicopter ultimately slamming into the roof of a fifty four story, midtown building killing McCormick, and forcing a mass evacuation no one else was hurt. David the aircraft was significantly damaged in that crash that the NTSB does not report any mechanical issues in. Their investigation so far. David aerial Russia with us tonight as well. Thank you area, next this evening, the escalating standoff between the US and Iran President Trump threatening around now with obliteration and Iran's president saying the tiny negotiate is over calling the Whitehouse, quote, afflicted by mental retardation ABC senior national correspondent, Terry Moran is at the White House tonight amid escalating threats and talk of war. The commander in chief was asked in the Oval Office, you have agent credit for work done. You're not going to need an exit strategy. I don't need exit strategies the president's swagger comes on a day of furious back and forth between Washington and Tehran Iranian, president hostile Hani defiant rejecting any talks with the US do children. No have all Niyazi Nisha niche. You know, the White House is a flicked by mental retardation and does not know what to do said Rohani's sending a clear signal no talks without sanctions. Relief. The president fired back on Twitter with a threat any attack by Iran on anything American will be met with great and overwhelming force in some areas overwhelming will mean obliteration, but later, Trump once again, held out an offer to negotiate their country's not doing well economically and all that can be changed very quickly very easily. So let's get to Terry Moran with us live tonight from the White House and Terry. There's word tonight of someone new who be fielding tough questions for the president likely on Iran and other issues. But she's familiar with the White House. She is David succeeding. Sarah Sanders, Stephanie Grisham. She is a longtime member of the Trump team, having joined the campaign back in two thousand fifteen she's been serving in the White House. As first lady Melania Trump's press. Secretary was the first lady who tweeted out her appointment as press secretary suggesting in that tweet. She'll serve in both capacities. She's also been named communications director, expanding her power as she's tough, and loyal, just like a predecessor. David Terry Moran tonight. Thank you, Terry next tonight. President Trump is now reacting to a new allegation of. Sexual assault. This New York City woman, a well-known columnist claiming it happened in a department store dressing room Twenty-three years ago, the president saying she's not his type. He denies it ever happen. And here's ABC's chief national affairs. Correspondent Tom yomas tonight. President Trump says she's totally lying, but longtime advice, columnist e Jean Carroll insist her story is the truth that the president sexually assaulted her in the mid nineties in addressing room at Bergdorf Goodman, that men and I was in there. Hey, shut the door and push me up. You can salon bang bang my head on the wall, and kiss me. I just it was so shocking, he put his shoulder against me to hold me against the wall. And at that point, I realized that I was in a very difficult situation in her new book, what do we need men for Carol describes in graphic detail, how alleged sexual assault got even worse until she was able to escape. It was against my will. And it hurt. And it was a fight. President trump. I said he didn't even know Carol though. She did give us this photo of the two meeting in the late eighties standing when my code on and align, give me a break with my back to the camera. I have no idea who she is the president now telling the hill. I'll say it with great respect number one. She's not my type number two. It never happened. It never happened. Okay. I love that. I am so glad I'm not his type. It's not the first time President Trump has disparaged the looks of a woman accusing him of sexual misconduct. This is what candidate Trump said during the campaign about a woman who accused him of groping her on a plane believe me, she would not be my first choice that I can. You don't know that would not be my first choice. Now, e Jean Carroll becomes one of at least seventeen women who have accused President, Trump of sexual misconduct or assault. The president says they're all liars now Carol says she never reported the incident to police. She was afraid of retaliation, but ABC news spoke with two of her friends who did not want to be named they back, her account telling us, she confided in them right after the alleged incident. David Thomas, always digging, and we appreciate it. In other news tonight to the girl scouts camping tragedy, that took the life of a girl scout. Eleven-year-old Isabelle Meyer die when a massive tree came down. In fact, a number of other girl scouts were hurt when they were all pinned the county sheriff fighting back tears. And here's ABC's Eva pilgrim. Tonight, a family and community mourning the death of eleven year old Isabelle Meyer after a freak accident is girl scout camp in southwest Indiana. She was out with a group just before noon Monday, hiking down a steep gravel hill heading to the mess hall. When tragedy came crashing down. I girl scout. And we had a tree fall on a group of girls. The forty foot tree hitting Mayer on the head and abdomen trapping her and three others under it. She died at the hospital. Unfortunately, the real bad. You can we prepare for this. But it's never easy. I ten year old girl and two adult women were also injured the camp along, you Haya river near the town of Kenton, the area, laid by heavy rain for weeks. The fallen tree appeared up rooted saving. The camp is closed while they investigate the other girl scout has been treated and released the two adults are still in the hospital David EBA. Thank you, now to newly released images tonight of a terrifying. Police shootout in New Orleans officers responding to a robbery, confronting armed suspects inside a CVS, an intense gun battle ensues. We warned you this is difficult. And here's ABC's chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas. Now dry, you want to on robbery of New Orleans pharmacy in progress, because these two suspects guns drawn tip to steal that bagful of prescription drugs. The pharmacy surveillance video capturing it all what has next shows the dangers officers face. At a moment's notice stuff. Chad clog draws his gun and walks into the store. He soon sees the arm suspects warning his partner within seconds shots fired. Off the clock is hit in the shoulder owned body. Camera records him being knocked off balance his partner's body camera shows falling to a need the officer's stand their ground at the suspect. Trying to make an escape guns blazing. Dozens of shots fired. Both suspects are wounded, both, eventually Kant at least today declaring the officers actions were justified his incident also shows, how great and courageous, I'll offices doing what it is that deal with swan to do. They have an officer caucus recovering at home, because police shootings are often, so controversial more departments are using body cameras for transparency, two thousand sixteen Justice department survey showed nearly half of law enforcement agencies are using body cameras and David that number is growing. Pierre Thomas tonight, Pierre, thank you, as the US women's soccer team advances to the World Cup quarter-finals President Trump is now weighing in, in a new interview on the teams pursuit of equal pay the women are paid much less than the men's national team the president saying, quote, he hasn't taken a position. But added quote it has to do with the economics, how much money the team brings in in that same interview. The president also weighing in on reparations for descendants of slaves. It was. The subject of a House Judiciary committee hearing that we reported on earlier this month here and has become an issue in the race for twenty twenty the president saying, quote, I don't see it happening and tonight nine eleven first responders say they had a quote, great meeting with Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, after a public feud over the victim's compensation fund it followed that emotional hearing with John Stewart blasting congress for threatening that funding and some for not even showing up at the hearing, the first responders called today's meeting productive Senator McConnell said he hopes to pass that funding renewal by August. There is still much more head on world news. Tonight this Tuesday, there is news this evening about that missing Colin student new images released showing at the airport before she took that wide share, what authorities revealed just today in this case, also tonight, your health and aging, and the new headline of prescription drugs, and dimension and Americans on vacation, the couple now missing after renting jetskis the search a day, later and the separate case tonight, the Virginia doctor and his tour guide killed a lot more news ahead here on a Tuesday night. We'll be right back. When it comes to hiring, you don't have time to waste. You need help getting to your shortlist of qualified candidates fast. That's why you need indeed dot com. Postage. I've in minutes set up screener questions, then zero and unqualified candidates using an intuitive online dashboard. And when you need to hire fast, accelerate your results with sponsor jobs. New users can try for free at indeed dot com slash tonight. That's indeed dot com slash tonight. Terms, conditions, quality standards apply better help offers licensed professional counselors specialized in a wide array of issues, like depression, anxiety, and grief. Connect with your professional counselor in a safe, private online environment. It's a truly affordable option and listeners can get ten percent off your first month by going to better help dot com slash tonight. Fill out a questionnaire to help them assess your needs and get matched with a counselor. You'll love there are new develop. Into the search for that missing college student in Utah tonight police just today, releasing the last known images as she was leaving the airport in Salt Lake City. Here's ABC's Clayton Sandell tonight. Police releasing new photos of Twenty-three-year-old MacKenzie Luek arriving at the Salt Lake City airport, eight days ago. She did not appear to talk to anyone in the airport from their police say the university of Utah, senior took a rideshare to a north Salt Lake City park there. She met with a mystery person at three AM than the trail goes cold. This corruption, we have is vague. It could have been a male or female, we've exhausted, all avenues determining that information. Police say they're serving search warrants and wanna know if Luke had any secret cell phones, social media accounts or dating profiles that might offer. New clues including whether or not, she knew the person, she met insinuation is that perhaps she was leading some sort of double life. We don't have any indication of that. We're just we wanna make sure that we're covering all of our bases tonight. Police insist that ROY. Rideshare driver is not a suspect. They have six detectives working this case and have gotten more than one hundred twenty-five tips, but still, no, sign of MacKenzie Luek David pleading. Thank you to the Knicks of other news tonight and disturbing headlines about American tourists in two different countries tonight. Authorities searching for a missing couple in our betas Oscar Suarez and Maga Lena devil, both from New Jersey, vanishing. Well, jet skiing yesterday, they were both wearing life jackets when last seen, and authorities investigating the murder of an American doctor and believes Dr Gary swank and his tour guide was shot and killed the police Commissioner now believes the guide had a quote misunderstanding with gang member suggesting Dr swank was victim of circumstance. A new study tonight, leaking some popular prescription drugs to a nearly fifty percent greater risk of dementia in older patients. The drugs known as anti cholinergic are used to treat a number of conditions including bladder, spasms, seizures and depression, researchers warning of the possible effects of long-term use patients should not stop taking their medications until you consult with your doctor the study appears in. Internal medicine and Illinois tonight, becoming the eleventh state to legalize marijuana. Governor Jay Pritzker signing the bipartisan Bill into law today, the new law also clears the records of nonviolent, offenders convicted of marijuana related crimes that goes into effect, January first finally tonight here, America, strong history made today, the first living Iraq war veteran to receive the medal of honor army staff. Sergeant David Bellevue there on the left originally from Buffalo New York, he served in the Iraq war. He was a squad leader in operation phantom fury. Their mission on the night of November, tenth two thousand four to clear a block of twelve buildings were six or more insurgents were believed to be hiding and he describes that night. So we start the process of the folically going door to door house to house looking for something, and it wasn't coming up building after building after building nothing and we walked right into an ambush with Belkin machine guns surgeon Bellevue was credited with risking. His own life by braving enemy fire to save his entire squad. His platoon numbers. Remember that day sergeant first class Colin fits that were not David Bill via I wouldn't be sitting here today. He was just twenty nine years old. And today sergeant Belva became the first living medal of honor recipient from the Iraq war. The medal of honor to staff Sergeant David g Mela via United States army for conspicuous gallantry and Intrepidity at the risk of his life, above, and beyond the call of duty. Interim placing the medal around his neck. Moments later in the East Room. Thirty two American service members and fought with sergeant Bellavia sharing the stage. I never thought I'd see love on a battlefield, but you see people doing things for each other that they would never ever do in any other circumstance, and it is a sight to see it'll change your life, forever and today shared his honor. And we salute army staff Sergeant David Bellevue tonight and his platoon. Thank you for watching. I'm David Muir hope to see you tomorrow. Are you hiring with indeed? You can post a job in minutes. Set up screener questions, then zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard. Get started today at indeed dot com slash tonight. That's indeed dot com slash tonight.

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Full Episode: Saturday, June 22, 2019

World News Tonight with David Muir

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Full Episode: Saturday, June 22, 2019

"Hey, I'm Brad milkey from ABC news. And if you like world news tonight, I wanna let you know about another podcast that I host called start here. Every morning in twenty minutes. We'll give you a whip around the biggest stories driving the day with context from the people who are covering them up close that includes David Muir, Tom yomas, the whole world news tonight team so start smart and subscribe to start here brought to you by indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where business owners and HR professionals can post job openings with screener questions, then soared review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard. Learn more at indeed dot com slash tonight. Tonight. The deadly take off in Hawaii, the skydiving plane, slamming into the ground bursting into flames ball, eleven people on board killed the first images of the crash coming in our team is there President Trump's are run u-turn calling off the military strike against that country with minutes to spare what he's now saying about the US and Ron becoming best friends. Also tonight, the president's sudden last minute decision about the imminent ice crackdown against family members living illegally in the US facing challenges the race for twenty twenty democratic candidates convergent, South Carolina. Joe Biden, looking forward after that, stumble on, race while mayor Pete tries to balance a crisis in his city with campaigning for president officer ambushed newly released body, Cam video officer killed the gunman opening fire as police approached the house. Highway whore, the motorcycle tragedy. Seven military veterans on a ride together, struck and killed on their way to a weekend event, without a trace, the urgent search for a missing college student her lift driver, one of the last people to see her and America strong. The three year old boy who did not know how to swim falling into a pool, the nursing student who jumped into action, what she did to save his life. Eating seen. This is ABC news tonight, and good evening. Thanks for joining us on this Saturday, I'm Tom Llamas. And we begin tonight with the tragic scene in Hawaii the death toll rising eleven people killed when their skydiving plane went down, while taking off in a wall who the accident, the deadliest civilian crash in the US since two thousand fifteen the twin engine Beechcraft slamming into the ground employees of the wall who parachute center and customers on board the plane hitting a fence near the road bursting into flames. Family members at the airfield possibly seen it happen. And we're now learning the identities of some of the victims, including skydiving instructor and father and tonight, we have new reporting about that plane and problems. It had in the past ABC's. Well cars in Hawaii delete us off tonight. There's heartbreak in Hawaii after a sunset skydiving flight crashed and burst into flames just after takeoff. Battalion five with a down aircraft your locally each eleven people died making this, the deadliest crash in Hawaii since one thousand nine hundred eighty one then my forty years as a firefighter here in Hawaii. This is the most tragic aircraft incident that we had the twin engine. Beechcraft took off around six thirty PM from a small airport on Hawaii's north shore. But instantly witnesses knew something went wrong that starts to flip reverse as it starts to kind of decline decline decline. And then. Kind of skimmed off those treason and smash down to the floor onto against that fence. The skydiving excursion was operated by the awas who parachute center, this video of one of their flights posted on YouTube. Authorities say at least six victims were employee's others on board customers. Larry la- master was an instructor tonight, his friends, and family are posting gut wrenching tributes on Facebook and posting attribute saying my intense pain in anguish. It's indescribable. My son has lost his father officials say some of the victim's family members may have witnessed the crash, so they left some family members behind, and then they took off on the flight. So there are some survivors that didn't go on the plane, and we'll car joins us now from the scene of the crash on the island of a wall who will we have two questions for you? I this is the first time we're seeing your shot, that's come up there. Is that the plane just behind you? And we also understand you have new reporting this plane may have crashed before that dry, Tom. This is the debris. Field behind us. And according to the FAA the same plane was nearly involved in a crash back in two thousand sixteen. There was a lot of damage there. Investigators are on their way to comb through the scene. They'll be looking into the plains history as well as if there was engine failure, or if there was just too much weight on board says the plane crashed right after takeoff top, we'll car just steps from where that plane went down will, thank you for your report. Also breaking tonight. President Trump, signaling a major u-turn in the showdown with Iran two days after calling off that military stripe with minutes to spare the president now talking about Iran and the us one day becoming quote, best friends and a possible plan to quote make run great again. Those were his words, but before that can happen. He says new sanctions are on the way. Here's ABC's senior White House. Correspondent Cecilia Vega saying he hopes to one day be best friends with Iran today from President Trump a softer tone for one of America's greatest adversaries. If a rod wants to become a wealthy nation. And again, become a prosperous nation. We'll call it. Let's make a Ron great. Again. Does that make sense? Make the Ron great again. Just days ago. The president said he believed that Iranian strike on an American drone may not have been intentional. I think that it could have been somebody who was loose and stupid. But today, it was probably intentional, as I said. But regardless, they targeted something without a person it without a man or woman. And certainly without anybody from the United States in it. So we want to be proportionate and tonight, we are learning more about his abrupt decision to call off a retaliatory strike with just minutes to spare the president now says he made the decision after receiving a more accurate count on potential casualties. They give me a rough estimate earlier, but I wanted a more accurate estimate. Everybody was saying, I'm warmonger. And now they say Madaba. And I think neither you want to I'm a man with common sense. I didn't like the idea of them knowingly shooting down unmanned drone. And then we kill one hundred and fifty people I didn't like that. The president consulted with competing voices and sources say, he ultimately went against the advice of his national security adviser, John Bolton confidence in the judgment of your national security advisor John guy did because I have John Galt new, I would definitely say is off. And I have other people that are on the other side of the equation. The only one that matters is me because I listen to everybody. But now a friendly posture toward Iran and its people in New York City. We have a lot of radian. And they're great people. They're very far very and basis that tremendous that high quality people, right? To Celia joins me now in studio and Cecilia, we just heard it right there, the president softening his tone on Iran. But then just hours later tweeting he's going to impose major digital sanctions. Tommy says they're coming on Monday. You remember this just yesterday a top Iranian official called sanctions economic terrorism. He warned if you don't want war you shouldn't be thinking about sanctions, Tom, the president today, said that military action against Iran is still indeed on the table right now. Or video, I great to have you on a Saturday. Thank you. One more major headline tonight involving President Trump and another about face one day before sweeping ice crackdown. And as many as ten cities, the president started today, firmly defending plans to arrest and deport family members you legally in the US hours later, President Trump suddenly, reversing, course, ABC's, Rachel Scott is at the White House. President Trump today on the White House lawn standing firm on. On his deportation raids order. What will you are saying that they will not comply deportation rates as you call them are really? A group of very, very good law enforcement people, they came into our country illegally and we're taking them out legally with bringing back to their country, the operation code ffamily up, all part of a plan to deport more than two thousand undocumented immigrants and as many as ten cities, some city leaders, firing back, refusing to cooperate others telling immigrants. How to avoid arrest every American should be outraged that an elected official would use the terror of families and children, as campaign material the show of force was slated to target immigrant families in their homes, even those without criminal histories the action. Reflective of two thousand fifteen campaign promise going to have a deportation force and you're going to do it humanely. But it was a campaign promise he later backed off and tonight. He's doing the same just hours ago tweeting at the request of Democrats. I have. Laid the legal immigration removal process deportation for two weeks. President Trump's deportation rates are still behind those of President Obama during the early years of his administration and tonight, ABC news has learned his move to pause. These arrests came after a phone call from house speaker Nancy Pelosi who asked him to call off the raids. Alright Rachel Scott joins us now from the White House and Rachel, there's a report out tonight that officials from it. Mcgrane and customs enforcement also at concerns about those potential rates. That's right, Tom, the Associated Press is reporting that ice was so concerned that details leaked to the media could affect and jeopardize its agents, Tom Rachel, Scott for us at the White House tonight. Rachel, thank you to politics. Now, the democratic hopefuls in the twenty twenty race for president nearly the full field of candidates descending on South Carolina this weekend. Some confronted by their first major challenges of this campaign. Joe Biden dry much of the attention for his stumble on race and people to judge returning to the trail after facing. Protesters at home. ABC's Terry Palmeiras in South Carolina tonight, democratic presidential candidates, making their pitch to black voters in South Carolina. Some facing the toughest challenges yet of their campaigns. Former vice president, Joe Biden, coming under fire for his comments about working with segregation as senators in the past his rivals, including Senator Cory Booker calling on bite into apologize. The to sharing a hug at South Carolina kingmaker, congressman Jim Clyburn, annual fish fry. You think that Joe Biden should apologize? I'm satisfied still say Biden's response falls short. He's going to have to make a decision about whether or ninety, but I've, I've been very clear. I think that his perspective on this is misinformed. But voters we spoke to say they're willing to look past it. If biting can win and twenty twenty one hundred fifty percent important that we choose a democratic candidate that can bait try everything Biden is our best chance and a community crisis, pulling mayor Buddha. Judge off the campaign trail and back to south bend. The mayor confronted by protesters demanding answers after a fatal shooting of a black man by a white police officer. Matter. Of course. Black lives matters. The mayor back in South Carolina today. How are you? This sort of not answering our question, but saying this is about problems at home. My community is full of people who believe in safety and Justice, we will heal and we will come stronger in the broken places, and Tara Palmeri joins us now live, Tara, thousands of South Carolina Democrats showing up for those events and the candidates, meeting voters also prepping this weekend for the first big test next week. That's right, Tom right behind me, mayor Pete, getting test from voters tonight in South Carolina at this town hall, but in less than a week. Twenty democratic candidates will only be in Miami. For their first democratic over two days, Tom. For those debates, right. Tara, thank you. And democratic candidate Senator Cory Booker will be the guest on tomorrow's this week. Tune in next night, new developments in the deadly ambush of a police officer and Sacramento new release bodycam video showing the moment officers came under fire responding to a domestic call. A rookie officer killed a thorns now revealing new details about the alleged gunman. Here's ABC's more Gonzales. Police tonight Cohn, this ambush on officers. Gunfire killing rookie officer Tara Solan. In newly released video recorded by her trainer. Officer's body camera. These unnerving moments just the start of a more than four hour long. Shootout between police in the gunman multiple weapons in multiple buildings on the property, along with numerous van munition officers called to this house, Wednesday as part of a domestic violence investigation. Police saying the suspect Adele, romo's monitor their movements using several surveillance cameras, firing on them repeatedly, including to salt rifles before finally being taken into custody Romo says now charged with murder and attempted murder. He's doing court on Monday, Tom, thank you. We move on out of the deadly storms in the mid west possible tornadoes, in several states tonight hail pounding down on cars and Sheridan lake. Kansas, a severe weather threat from Texas Illinois tomorrow. Let's get right to ABC senior meteorologist rob Marciano, rob. Good evening. Getting Tom already dozens of damaging storm reports especially across Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. Here's a look at the latest radarscope. Savannah Hilton Head you're getting severe thunderstorm right now, you see those clusters rolling across the southeast also the Kentucky valley and in the mid west flood watches up, as well as a lot of these have heavy rains, severe thunderstorm watches. Several states included go up until nine and ten o'clock tonight. So she'll several hours left to go with this, and then tomorrow, we kinda reset another wave energy comes into the plains, so Oklahoma eastward into parts of Arkansas, North Texas could see some damaging storms, especially late in the day in more in the way of heavy rain over very saturated ground. So flooding looks likely Tom right? Rob will stay tracking those storms into Monday now to the battle pitting, a Jesuit school against the archdiocese of Indianapolis, the church threatening to break ties with the school for refusing to fire a teacher in a same sex marriage. Here's ABC's aerial Russia. It's a stark break from the Catholic church night at Jesuit high school in Indiana, standing by a gay teacher or decision. Trying to do the right thing by by our teacher by our community. He's a longtime valued member of the school is an excellent teacher. Highly qualified, this school saying the Indianapolis archdiocese sent a letter demanding his employment terminated because he's married to a man, but rebuff Jesuit preparatory school refusing to comply. Can't they teach at Catholic school like if they're doing a great job at their fully capable of they love their students, and the students love them. The archdiocese issuing a decree revoking the school status as a Catholic institution telling ABC news. This is not about sexual orientation, rather, it is about our expectation that all personnel inside a Catholic school abide by all church. Teachings tonight, a prominent Jesuit priest praising the actions of the school. I think what has done very courageously will provide a sort of template or roadmap for some schools. Tom. The school says it still hosts wreck. Affiliation with the archdiocese in the meantime, the midwest, Jesuit say they plan to appeal this decision all the way up to the Vatican. If necessary Tom Russia, I aerial. Thank you. And there was much more Hedda world news tonight this Saturday, the devastating crash of pickup truck plowing into at least ten motorcycles, some of those riders marine veterans, plus the college student disappearing on the way home from grandmother's funeral. What we're learning tonight and the inferno and a shopping mall, at least eight cars, bursting into flames, the investigation under way. We'll be right back. 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I miss her, and I just want to know where she's at police say both lift and the driver are cooperating in the investigation lift says, in a statement, we recognize how scary this must be for those. Who know and love miss Luek the safety of our community is fundamental to lift and tonight, friends are gathering in Utah, hoping to raise awareness about Louis disappearance and ultimately hoping for her safe return Tom. Thank you time now for index in a massive crash in northern New Hampshire. At least seven people killed three injured when a pickup truck plowed into ten motorcycles on a rural highway many said to be marine veterans part of the motorcycle club, the NTSB now called into assist in that investigation. And police are asking the public to come forward if they have any information about this crash in Philadelphia emergency outside of a WalMart firefighters battling, intense smoke and flames in a shopping mall parking lot, as many as eight cars on fire. 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Do dogs know they're dogs?

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Do dogs know they're dogs?

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A human coming to join this dog breeds on no elevator. I said the studio. Yes, I stop or second. Stop studio does the dog going to the border. Uriarte brings on boardroom. Hey, molly. Hey evelyn. I I don't remember. Adding you to the invite list for this meeting. What's going on in here? Sandon? Oh, this is the monthly meeting of the brains on dog advisory council. I've been doing these for years. I didn't know you had a brands on dog advisory council. Neither to die. Oh, yeah. I post about it all the time on my blog, which you guys totally read, right? Okay with Archie here. Now joining us the dog board is fully assembled. Oh, what's happened? L P. Don't mind the water on the floor. We had the octopus advisory council meeting in here yesterday. They have quite the sense of humor. Did you know they can turn off a light? Switch just by squirting water at it. But pranksters speaking of which Molly that board the octopus one said, they'd like the show a lot better if you had eight arms, so I would work on that. Sure. Okay. Well, let's get started. Take a seat everybody. Oh, I'm sorry. I mean, sit co poison girls stay could could good now, we're gonna share ideas on how to improve the show speak. One at a time when the time Molly Evelyn, are you guys gonna stay in help with this or kind of want to but we have to get to the studio. Yeah. Bikindi Cutie fluffer faces right such yourself. And if you see anyone from the pack advisory council wandering around tell them back up push to Thursday. All right. Bye. Studio. You're listening to brains on from American public media. I'm Molly, boom. And my co host today is Evelyn from Horsham, Pennsylvania. Hi evelyn. Hi, molly. Thank you for having me today. How thanks for being here. Now Evelyn it is a very funny coincidence that sand and chose today of all days to hold his dog advisory council meeting because this episode is based on a canine central question that you sent into us. What was that question? Do dogs understand their dogs by human knows. It's a human tell us about your dogs. I have a full-size going doodle and a mini sized golden doodle and the oldest one is named Titus. And then the younger one is named pickle so Evelyn. What made you think of this question? Do you? Remember? I was laying in bed with my dog. And I was just thinking does he realize that he's a dog because sometimes I think he thinks he's one of us as a human because he lays in bed with us the way re-lane bed. He sits with us in a chair. But a disabled time he interacts with other dogs the way that they're supposed to like they run around with each other. They play with each other all the usual stuff. You can go to our Instagram brains underscore onto see Evelyn's adorable dogs and listeners we'd like to see pictures of your dogs too. You can send them to us at brains on dot org slash contact or post them on Instagram or Twitter and tag us. That's brains underscore on and bonus. We would love a caption telling us what you think is going through your dog's mind in that photo. Well, one step to understanding an animal state of mind is to find out if they are aware of themselves as distinct individuals in the world, it's called self awareness. There's a famous test that's supposed to let you know, if an animal is self-aware known as the mirror test. It works like this. When an animal is asleep. You draw a little red Mark on their face somewhere prominent. Then when they wake up you put them in a room with a mirror, and you wait to see if they notice. Oh my face. The theory is if they are self aware they'll recognize themselves in the mirror. See the dot and try to get it off or at least move around to get a better. Look at it pimple. Am I going to Amel puberty most animals, totally ignore the mirror, and they never noticed. The dot only. A few have been shown to recognize themselves in the reflection like dolphins elephants chimpanzees, and of course, humans, but humans can only do it. After about the age of two. Dowell Farley's people in coast staring at me. This is the last time. I really the part of a study one by humans. So do dogs pass the mirror test. Are they self-aware no dogs? Do not pass this test. Sometimes dogs even think the reflection is another dog, but keep in mind, it's not concrete proof of self awareness dogs may still be self aware. But this test might not be the best way to find out. Luckily, we know a scientist who spends a lot of time thinking about dogs and how they think Alexander Horwitz runs the dog, cognition lab at Barnard college. Welcome alexandra. Thanks lynn. You dogs understand the dogs. The way we understand where humans. Well, it's such an interesting question do dogs understand their dogs. Well, I think all evidence that we have shows that they do that. They think about themselves as dogs and recognize other dogs as dogs, and this is a little surprising in some ways because dogs come in all sorts of diff. Shapes and sizes from tiny tiny toy chihuahuas to great Danes and mastiffs. But in studies it looks like they recognize all of those types of breeds as one category of things which is dogs. In fact, there was one study that showed dogs pictures of dog faeces, which all looked really different and also pictures of other animals faces like a cat and cow and donkey. And these dogs have been trained to pick out the dog face and get a reward for it. And then when they were shown all these faces they had no trouble at all distinguishing who were the dogs from what were the other animals? So I think it's safe to say they know their dogs could dogs fill the mirror test and still be self aware. I love the idea of the mirror test that animals might look in the mirror like we do and notice, hey, you know, that's me in the mirror, and especially notice if something is different about how they look now dogs don't pass that test. I don't know if you've ever seen a dog look in the mirror. They're interested in the mirror. They seem to think there might be a dog there. But they don't seem to care if there's a little Mark on their head at least they don't seem to try to remove it. I thought though that this doesn't show that they don't think about themselves. I thought that maybe it was that they just don't care that much about. And how they look because in fact, they are smelling creatures they smell the world. I just the way we see the world. I so I designed a little study which I called an old factory mirror, which is just a smell test where I got a little bit of their sent like a mirror reflection. And then I changed it a little bit. And I want to see if they were way more interested in that marked version of themselves than just the regular picture of themselves. And they were they sniffed that Mark a lot longer as though they were looking in the mirror and noticing that there was something different except for about their smell instead of about how they look. So I think that they do have some kind of sense of themselves. But that is rooted in what they smell like, which is a little bit different than us because we might not even know really what we smell like why? Dog sometimes pick a favorite person in the family. Do you have an advice on how to become my dogs ever person? Well, I think there's no fail safe way to become a dog's favorite person except to pay them a lot of attention. So if you think about a dog's life in a normal family, they spend a lot of time kind of waiting for things to happen which have to do with them that might be feeding that has to do with them a might be play. If somebody's going to play with them or take them for a walk. There are lots of different ways, we pay attention to our dogs, and the people who pay attention and most of those contexts the ones who take them for the walks the ones who notice when they're feeling rambunctious and wanna play the ones who give them their food wind up usually being the favorite person. So I'm pretty sure you can do that. And what kind of memories do dogs have can they remember their early lives has puppies. Can they remember how long ago you left them when you go away to work? Well, we know that they have pretty. Good memories. It's not as though just because they can't talk to us about their memories. They don't have memories. And we see this every day and their behavior. You know, they recognize you even if you've been gone for a day or a week or a month or a year. You know, they can remember you, and we'll recognize you pretty quickly, but we don't know, and it's hard to get evidence for how much of what we would call episodic memory that they have in other words memory for episodes of their life. So if they were at a shelter early in their life, and it was a scary place. And it's hard to test for episode memories. You know, we can ask a person. What do you remember about when you were four years old? But we can't ask an animal a nonverbal animal that so you have to get to it by just seeing do they recognize being in particular places. Do they show familiarity with people who they've met once before? And it does look like they recognize. And people in places just as we would expect. So their memories, pretty good. Is the thing that people miss understand about dogs. Mine the most it's a great question. I think that most people think of dogs as just like us only smaller furrier, maybe a little less smart. But I think in many ways they think really differently than we do. And that starts with the fact that they smell the world where we see it. I should say to that question. You know, that I have a theory that they can pretty much tell how long you've been gone if you're gone the same amount each day by how much less of your smell is in the house because everybody has a smell. You know, your house has a smell it, smells like the people who live in it and the dogs who live in it. Sometimes when I go on vacation, I come back, and I opened the door and I smell dogs. And that's because there's a smell in the house. And I and I don't usually notice it, but our smell would diminish over the course of the day. So if you're in the next room your dog can smell it. If you leave the room, there's still some smell of you in that room normal smell of person. But as the day goes on the smell would dissipate. So in some sense, the dog can tell how long you've been gone by how much of your smell has disappeared from the house, isn't that wild? That's really cool. Thank you for answering your questions, get my pleasure. Molly speaking of dogs. Do you think we can stink back into the dog advisory council meeting? They were all so cute. We can try, but we have something else to sneak in. I it's time for the mystery sound. Here. It is. I don't know. Maybe someone porn dog food until very good. Guess we're going to be back with the answer in just a bit. Do you have a mistake? Sandra wanna send us maybe a giant of sand in leading the dog advisory council meeting burned question answered on the show send it to us. You can go to brains on dot org slash contact. That's what these listeners did. Hi. My name is Josie. Hi, my name is Becky n were from host City, California in Dr question is why does it look like the is following this? 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What dish would you choose that, you know that varies week by week? Yeah. But I think this week. I would choose macaroni and cheese saw because you can you can make so many things with it not only the cheese and not only the noodle pasta. But you can also add meat. You can add peas you can add corn. It's so malleable, they're really Smart Choice. Because even though it's the same food that could chain throughout your life. So what is your pasta shape of choice for macaroni and cheese at this moment? Oh, well, I mean today it's shells shop at last week, it was elbow and every once in a while I dabble in the rigor Tony. I don't like to be too crazy. Okay. All right last emotion. Portly. Tell me about the new show. Yes. Well, it's called forever ago. And it's a history podcast. That's all about where things come from like have you ever wondered who made the first sandwich or what the first video game was for who invented shoes as a really good question? 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Emmy award winning writer Elliott Kaelin an illustrator Tim Miller hilarity ensues when horse and dog meat and mistake each other for the wrong animal horse things dog is a tiny baby horse dog thinks horse is a very big dog. Only one can't be right. Both might be wrong which side will you and your family. Choose in this great debate horse meets dog is a tail or two that will have you and your kids laughing at a horse end a dog who should admit that. They don't know what they're talking about. But probably won't. It's a perfect read aloud for bedtime story time or anytime. Comedian Jon Stewart calls the picture book, a wonderful read, you'll never look at horses or dogs the same way, again horse meets doc is available now wherever you buy your books. With that. It's being can I come in and hang out with you guys. We're doing some testing fan so everybody. Okay. Let's see which of these questions would make a better episode topic. Why do cats lick themselves or do dogs dream? Wow. Unanimous vote dog dreams. It is. Wait dogs stream. Are they like our dreams? Oh, yeah. Researchers think dogs totally during. Well, pepper the pointer over there says dogs are experts sleepers and their sleep is a lot like ours. Interesting. What what did she say? Oh, she's a dog typically spend about half their day sleeping, which totally jealous. But scientists think they are only dreaming for a small portion of that. Also, we tend to sleep in kind of like one long chunk overnight, but dogs they get a lot of their sleeps in little chunks catnaps. Oh sorry dog naps. Oh, good point, Mr. Muffin. What did he say? Now, a really news. Learn to speak dog. Oh, just dogs have both rapid eye movement sleep or ram sleep and non rapid eye movement sleep or non Rhames leap, just like us us non dog people. We've been known to dream during both phases of sleep. But the dreams we typically remember, you know, like, the weird ones where your best friend shows up, but they're also be and the sting you and you swell up and explode. But it's okay. Because it turns out you were really up in Yatta this whole time and others candy and ever gets candy. You know, those kind of dreams those are mostly associated with Remm sleep. Oh, interesting weird. But interesting. Yeah dogs. Enter Remm sleep about twenty minutes into a snooze. And that's when you might see their breathing change a little or their their legs twitch, and that's a sign. They're dreaming. In fact, there's a part of the brain called the ponds that seems to keep humans and dogs from acting out their dreams when they sleep some. Studies have found that when that area is not working in dogs. They actually get up and do the stuff in their dreams. They acted out like what? Well, a pointer dog might get up in point at dream birds or a terrier might dig for dream rabbits in a dream Warren. Oh, French fry over. There says she dreams about owning a small bed and breakfast in wine country where the dogs and people can go and sign up for spot treatments. Oh, I'm sorry. I misheard she dreams about eating garbage. It sounds a lot. Like owning a bed and breakfast. It's easy to confuse the two. Time for our break. All right, everybody take five there are bowls of water on the table in the back and fire hydrant outside if you'd he'd use the restroom we'll meet back here to review new tagline for the show right now. The top contenders. Are let's see brains on. We're we're serious about chasing. Squirrels and brains on bark bark with park above brands on then for me duck out for a second sans. Quite the facilitator that he is are you ready to answer another listener question about dogs. Yes. My name's Clarin from Vancouver Canada. My question is do dot spark in different languages like humans Dale in different countries. We definitely hear their barks differently. Like, what word do we use in the United States Evelyn for the sound a dog makes I say Barker Boeuf exactly, but if you grow up, speaking Spanish, you say. Say that the dog goes while while or in Somali or among although vote or like this guy how how who that was Russian polish and Chinese but the answer to whether or not dogs, actually, speak different languages is. No, again, our friend Alexandra Horowitz dogs, speak the same way. No matter where they're from. There are no dog dialects that we know about the only difference is how we as different language speakers referred to the sounds. They're making dogs will learn whatever language you can teach them. But it's not like, they speak English. Like, if you're trying to dog seven every you say, the word Glossop or rollover when you say Moghul. Yes. And I would love to hear that next time. I go to the dog park digital Arp. Exactly. And speaking of things I want to hear it's time to go back to that mystery sound, let's hear it. One more time. So any new thoughts after hearing it again, not really? Yeah. It's it's it's a tricky one for sure well here is the answer. So that was the sound of a toy ki Rex dinosaurs stomping on the floor. Oh, yes. Does that make sense? I would have never gotten that. Well, the woman you've just heard is Vanessa woods. She's often surrounded by dogs at Duke University where she helps run the Duke puppy kindergarten. We're actually using this with Steen week old puppies to see if just like kids, if they are attracted to new things or scared of new things if the brave or a little bit shy and understanding what the personality of puppy is really helps us understand also how they think what kind of problems that will be able to solve. Dogs are becoming this amazing research model for us because they have such a special relationship with human. So it's very very red have an animal that you know, we can read like if if a dog is like happy, you can tell if they're happy if they're said, you can tell that and not only that. But don't really also seem to understand off in a really special way, they, you know, understand our gestures and our body language in a way that almost no on the animal to and only that. But in some cases, they can also read our minds mind-reading dogs. What you know, there's like a baby in front of me. And I hide a toy from them under one of two cups. But then I point to the Cup with a tweet. He didn't even though the baby Conn took it a really understand language, or do, you know is basically brand new but the time about. Nine months old they'll stop following my gestures because and you know, it might seem really simple. But actually, they know that I know that they don't know where the toy is and that on trying to help them. So that's what we call mind, or you know, one variation of mind reading, and it looks like dogs. Also, do the same thing in a really sophisticated and flexible way that we don't really see in any other animal Vanessa puts this t Rex Tom being puppy research to us by helping service dog organizations better train and choose dogs that will go on to help other people. Hey, Molly Nevin sorry to intrude. Look, I know you're in the middle of TV, but we were just finishing up our dog advisory council meeting and reduce quick tour and the council really wanted to see the studio. I'm sorry. They really wanted to smell the studio. Cher. Cher. Cher come on. We're almost done. Dogs have a sense of themselves. But it probably has more to do with smell than anything else. We think extreme and producer more way to humans dogs don't bark differently depending on where they're from. But they respond to whatever language they're humans speaking in. You could even teach a dog to read your mind. 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Ep 326 | Privileged 'Woke' Athletes Speak for the Everyman

The Chad Prather Show

44:10 min | 9 months ago

Ep 326 | Privileged 'Woke' Athletes Speak for the Everyman

"Hey. Mom. Let's Party. A changing. It. Up. Buddy. To another episode of the Chad, pray the show we're headed into the weekend here from Studio Twenty, two, the mothership master mark driving us into the Nether regions of All things. Deep into the darkness of the blackness night. You'll know why momentarily candies you the Queen of the peons studying up on abused children. We're going to get into that on a special coming up. How do you dig this stuff up like where did you even I want to give it away. But like where do you even come up with some of this stuff? I have a lot of free time? No. China. Does. Not as the reason why you come up with this crazy stuff Apparently, they're abusing kids pretty bad. We're all over the country. It's a multibillion dollar industry. In order to try to discipline these kids. Now, I got a song album called y'all showed up that The name of the song is beat that ass firmly believe in it but they're going even to some extremes apparently getting kids back in line by using. Gestapo got. North Korean techniques, Gitmo techniques is big business. We're going to talk about that on another episode, Same Party about Steve. You finally hit two thousand subscribers on Youtube I. Did Party Nation Youtube Skirling. Look at you. Crazy yesterday last few days. Yeah. I gained over thirty five hundred new twitter followers. Thanks to the president re tweeting made I told you the president tweeted me so heard that yeah. Up The the That's you know. Deal Donnie t read and political cowboy DOT COM. I I don't even we don't push political cowboy dot com and he is much is starting to come back. We're going anywhere between seventy and ninety thousand visitors on that website every day who are getting informed on political cowboy dot com well, well written. We got Michael Cantrell who is A great contributor to that it was actually his article got re tweeted by the President and I'm GonNa Start Doing. I'm going back to do a weekly Article problem one or two at least on the weekends because Michael Right on the weekends but I'm going to start putting some stuff back on political cowboy dot com some of my commentary you can read it real fast and my voice and pretend I'm in the truck here in put pen to paper Yeah. I'm a pretty good writer I'm okay. Not, bad. I get a little descriptive. So. I. Don't think that surprise anybody I mean I'm assuming you're right the I'm gonNA write a contract under the pen name of. Children. They'll be welcome to relatable with Allie Beth. Sucky the how are you Hoti newsy? I'm good man good over the weekend. Yes. Good good. Joseph he's gotTa have his neck fused together. He's fusing his neck fused neck get both next views to go. That's good boy. It's a weekend. This is going to be a weekend show. I'm going to tell you some things that are probably going to Piss you off because that's what I do today or on this show. But I'm especially going to do it today because I was thinking about a couple of different things and Yeah I'm a little bit miffed. I'm disappointed and I'll tell you why in a little while but now that. America is opening back up I mean everything's okay. I still encourage you guys wash your hands. If you have social distance, do all that stuff. 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Natalie just can't do it but you can control what you put in your body and give your body a fighting chance to try field of Greens today Brickhousechad Dot Com and use offer code. Chad we'll be right back. Black. Lives matter. Playing, black lives matter flaming. Red Lives matter yellow lives matter white lives matter Brown lives matter lives matter. Okay. All lives matter I don't care if you come at me with whatever your crap is, I'm telling you all lives matter. And that's not to say black lives don't matter or that any life matters over another life unborn lives matter not Lazy People Police Lives Matter I'm talent matter. Whether. They think it or not. Bursch responder lives matter people's lives matter they matter they matter they met I'm so sick of this sense I'm sick of the I'm sitting there on. The Blah Blah I'm Ed restaurant, the bar whatever the other day football games on the TV over my head and what does end racism there you see it in every end zone in every football, the NFL at the end racism well, I'm sure that's going to do it. I mean, these guys are out there wiping each other's. Heads across smear bodies across the ground, getting their heads knocked off and and you know in racism. Okay. That's why we're tuning in right the end racism. I'll tell you how to embrace it and don't be racist. That's right. Have you ever listened to like football games like when they're miked up and hear what they have to say to each other yeah. Yeah. Racist everyone getting ain't vomits. Yeah. They they they got some choice words but no man I'm sick of this whole thing this social justice pandering crap and if you don't do it, you know I saw one video the other day of this mob that. Stopped car and the guy. Roll down his window God only knows why but they started demanding that he say black lives matter of say black lives matter say black lives matter Oh shut up. Let me show you my forty five. We'll get get out of where my car knowing. You're not attacking me not mobbing up on me and Lebron James All right? Okay. Lebron James. says. Lebron Bra. says. Black lives. Matter isn't a movement. It's a lifestyle if you're black, it's a lifestyle. Okay. Now. It is a movement. It has raised a billion dollars in seven years. And Braun Braun. Is a puppet to China. And here's where I'm disappointed and I'm I'M GONNA go back I'm I'm building a case here. I'M GONNA go back two, thousand, sixteen, your walk with. Yeah Walk With Me Talk Women. Where Michael Ja- Michael Jordan Charles. Jackson I thought we still had ricky rebel on the show. The he said, let me get. Let me get my little reading glasses on. I like Michael, Jordan. I've always like Michael Jordan. I'm disappointed. He said over the past three decades of seen up close to dedication two, thousand sixteen now. Law, enforcement, officers who protect me and my family I have the greatest respect for their sacrifice and service also recognize it for many people of color their experiences law enforcement have been different than mine. Obsessive speak out and hope that we can come together as Americans. And then he goes on in. He says I'm going to support that effort I'm GonNa make contributions of a million dollars each to two organizations one, the International Association of Chiefs of Police. newly-established Institute for Community Police Relations and the N. Double ACP Legal Defense Fund all right. So that was two thousand sixteen gave million dollars each place. Fast forward. To today. He is. Donating. One hundred million dollars over the next ten years. The? Jordan. Brand. He is donating one, hundred million dollars. I. Guess To. Be. La. There you go. Well Social Justice causes that's what that's the official thing. Social Justice Causes. Now Michael Jordan and Lebron James and made a lot of money off of. Nike. Nike of course utilizes. Chinese. Labor. China is a human rights violator. I got some suggestions. First things. First. Why don't you take one hundred, million dollars. And build you a tennis shoe. Basketball Shoe plant in. Baltimore. Employ some black lives matter. All right. Let's give some of them. Some jobs rather social justice. Why don't we get over the systemic nonsense? Of the. Black community from the top to the bottom. And you guys know. The problems that are in your community. and rather than deal with that you white people. In a billion dollar organization to speak out for you because let's face it. That's what L. is rather than taking the bull by the horns. So to speak and making your own communities better now you know from top to bottom. The systemic problems in the black community from fatherless-ness to abortion to. The poverty that's their the welfare dependence. That's there. I'm just being honest I'm being dead level on US come at you can't prove me wrong. You can't prove me wrong on this. The problem from the top to the bottom but yet you got. Lebron James. WHO'S GONNA BLAME This. He's going to blame everything on on black lives matter as a lifestyle. There is a lifestyle. Let's get rid of systemic thuggishness. Let's get rid of systemic. Resisting arrest. Let's get rid of systemic. Fighting Authority. Let's get rid of all of those things. Let's get rid of systemic fatherless-ness. I've mentioned that it's a bad bad deal and seventy five percent of black families don't have a father homes don't have a father in black on black crime black on black crime insisting. We've used Chicago. We've used Baltimore we use. New. Orleans we used Saint Louis we've used. La I mean all these places right? That's what systemic. So. Why don't you take your one hundred, million dollars, Michael Jordan and rather than supporting. Let's. Let's pull it away from the Chinese. Let's pull your business away from the Chinese Lebron. and. Less establish. Some facilities and plant some businesses, some corporations to make a better can chew. was. Making using child labour made. Let's do right here. You should tweet them right now. Send it to tell them what today while I'm doing a show the. Now right now events. Radio silence but I'm telling you I'm calling you out. You got a hundred million dollars. You got one million dollars Lebron James Lebron James, what are you doing for the black community? What are you doing for the black community don't just? and Michael Jordan. Hundred dollars sister and blame the lifestyle don't know black lives matter blame the police and all that. No no no. No. Let's go to work create jobs. Let's create jobs create a new life a hundred million dollars you do one, hundred, million dollars. My Gosh, do you know what you can do with one hundred, million dollars? Ninety nine that I'm supporting I WANNA help. I WANNA help black lives matter. Not the, movement. But I WANNA help make black lives matter. I want people who feel impoverished. To come out of poverty see poverty isn't giving them money. Or anybody else anybody that's impoverished doesn't matter color your skin that's the spirit. That's a mentality that's in your heart right here. I can't stand poverty mentality. I felt that my entire life. You want to be successful. You better learn how to think successful. You want to be financially well off you better even when I was broke as a joke I didn't tell people why can't afford that Words never came out of my mouth even when I was broke. Those words me. That's why I got credit card debt. Now I. Don't mean I spent the money I didn't have. Those never came out of my mouth because I've never had poverty mindset never did. I never knew my father. Looking back now my late father, he worked his ass off to build a company and I realize now. That there were times in our lives when there wasn't a lot there wasn't a lot but I never knew that as a child I didn't realize that I never went without. I, never because my father didn't bitch and complain about we don't have this. We don't have that. We don't have this that I never heard all of that stuff. So that whole idea of just it just wasn't part of me. To me well, and I I like your idea. I love your idea because I can promise you that Hashtag and racism in an end zone is not going to. You're not going to change the heart of a true racist they don't want. That, they don't want to end racism to no. Business. Rwanda said we talked about this last week outraging Derek Hunters Book. Outrage is big business chaos. Big. They're going to keep funding it. Listen. There's there's you improve your laprud myself right improve myself right here and you can't come nobody can come at me with any argument this going to change this. You CAN'T PUT AL SHARPTON OUT OF BUSINESS You can't put Jesse Jackson out of business you can't put those guys out of business why? Because they will continue to fuel it. If. You get to a point like right now we have a in fortune five hundred companies. You have black CEO's we have elected a black man to the presidency of the United States twice. Okay. A guy that identifies as black a guy that looks black regardless of his mother was white matter he looks black so that being said a man who claims to be black we put him in the highest office on the planet. Twice. All right. So tell me that there's no equality you want equality Lebron. Here's equality. Every player in the NBA. makes. Let's say a million dollars a year period. Salary cap it baby or just put a base salary on it, and then then bonus them based on performance. About that bonus based on performance so you don't get some four hundred million dollar contract. No, you make a million dollars a year you make five million dollars a year, but let's put a cap on it. And Make. More you based on performance you want quality, right? Now to another thing, let's make the teams diverse. So represent. Equality Okay. That means you gotta put some Japanese people on the team you gotta you gotTa Asia's you gotTa put some White folks on there. You gotTA put some native Americans on there. Now we want to quality now because see, y'all live in a performance based society in a performance based sports culture. Guess what the rest of society is performance based as well. Now. Get your education stay in school. You like well, we don't have the opportunities you having the white community. You have some stomach issues that you refused the deal within your community you refused to deal with you're going to spend one hundred million dollars to give the money to a wide organization called black lives matter. Who's GonNa Fund a Democrat in you guys. Say a Democrat Joseph bivona dictate whatever is weird is middle name is Biden. What is it middleman? Some kind of weird, ASS Benedict teen. Now it's not but as we some about that bad Josefina something what is it Kansas? Robin et Joseph Robin. Biden. beat the shit out of corn pop. Threatened to. Pretty sure. He doesn't know his middle name either I am. is going to support guys like Joe, Biden the pasty his ass white dude on the planet who panders to black people and is a racist. You GotTa do is look at what he says. Black kids or or poor kids are just smart of white kids. As Racist If you don't vote for me. You Ain't black that's racist. So fix your community. Let's fix your community. So then. We can get somewhere. 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S. dot com slash loss going to give you a fifty percent. Off of your first order of keeps hair loss treatments that keeps dot com slash loss get started fifty percent off keeps dot com slash loss be right back. Black lives matter is an organization of white men using the faces of dead black people to raise millions of dollars towards electing. White. Democrats into positions of power. It is the most flagrantly racist organization in America. And Disowns Schneier all. He's not wrong. New Democrats just like old. Democrats. Party of the KKK. Find out what they do the KKK meeting. I didn't I forgot to youtube it nobody even cares. Well. We were watching the episode the other night. Tony. Powell's like what do they do to? ME. Nobody, no, we don't know they just all meet. Go you still racist hey. Hey. Bro You still white power. Being in a white power now that's black power. Let me show. You remember remember what they say the white power sign. What is the white. They they say is that right? They're doing that whole deal? which is not for you know why they say that they say this is the W. And? This is the P. White Power, which is stupid. And that's when people are playing the game you know doing the whole thing. But let me just show you. Where's where's Our Boy Bryson gray look at look at this picture right here. If you can blow it up I, don't know if you can see that that's a picture of. whispered. There's Joe Biden doing why towers on there it is America. That's the Gabby LMS putting in. Of course he's not but that's just the stupidest thing. Yeah. Stupidest thing I've ever seen speaking of Kansas, Kansas accused Amazon of damaging her new book. She sent him a letter a strongly worded letter as you know, candidate new book blackout is on the Best Seller List Great Book. and. She said that about a thousand people have written to let her know that Amazon employees appear to be stopping on. In this case smearing. Vassal lean on my books before mailing them. Now, you can see the pictures there. If you're watching the show, there is the smears on the book blackout by Kansas. Owens. She, said I know it must have pained you to ship out all ninety thousand copies you hadn't stopped, but this is unacceptable. She followed up at the pettiness will do nothing to thwart sales. Let's try to get the next one, hundred thousand plan to sell out of your warehouse treated with a bit more respect by the loony lefties packing the product. please. Amazon did not respond. I wouldn't mess with cancels say didn't even respond well, no investigation. No Hey, we just we got one lunatic and our Panamanian that's it. But I mean when you got a thousand people who've message you saying? My Book is something has been done to my book here. That's a lot of people. That's a lot of selene. I'd like to just sell a thousand books. She somatic thousand from Amazon alone. I don't think you go after Candice Owens. Ask Cardi B.. No. You see what happens you go after Queen candace wind up divorced that's what happens one week later. Smartest people on the planet? There's no question about it. The girl is just sharp with over the weekend and I'm like. Can we used to be friends, but I can't be your friend or more. I'm scared of you. Sharp man should cut you. Got You. Women are. LEANING ON FEMALE FRIENDSHIPS TO MOURN RPG? Kate. Kelly. Thirty nine years old saw techs come through. In skulking ladies and ongoing group message with five of her closest female friends I'm sobbing it read. Was Friday night and Kellyanne attorney and activist hadn't seen the news yet. She texted back. Are you? Okay what do you need? Why are you sobbing? Then came the next text R. B. G. Kelly immediately started crying. The news confirmed or fears. Did they not see this coming to read like I. Mean I get it. Really. Chat thought, she's been dead for five months. At least a year. Oh, sorry to hear death of Ginsburg an icon who spent her career championing women's rights. That's that's abortion. Felt to Kelly and her friends like a personal loss. Forget the fact that our BG wouldn't have pissed in your if your brain was on fire. Women expressed a similar onslaught of grief for some. It was immediate fear about what might happen Roe v Wade same sex marriage or birth control access. If a conservative justice replaces Ginsburg seat because let's let's all be aware that our BG is like Santa Claus but birth control, she'll deliver it to your house and your house can DC, and all of you ladies around the world, get the RPG family to come and drop off your birth control. Oh boy. If a conservative justice replaces GINSBERG's seat. All of that is out the window. For others came from losing a feminist symbo and for many turning to other women felt like the natural thing to do. A. It was odd to be living through this historic event that you know is going to have this lifetime back what's happening to you and the people you love in real time Kelly says she felt lucky to be at home with her girlfriend, but she also felt lucky to have skulking ladies. which was blowing up with messages, everyone wondering what was going to happen. What were they going to do? Kelly had dressed up as GINSBURG for Halloween a couple of years ago. So she sent photos of the costume to the group. As Kelly puts it. We were just kind of getting each other through it. y'All dumber Shit. Sharing a common identity lived experiences part of what sets, female friendships apart in moments of grief according to Marissa's g Franko a psychologist and friendship expert. I need some friendship experts sounds like they. They were worshiping her I am basically everybody got a daily around Messiah. When it comes losing someone like Ginsburg, she says, some people may feel like they're losing part of their own identity perhaps the part of them that's our role model in her or the bar that advocates for women's rights and we're grieving we just want emotional support. Other women are feeling with us just by default whereas men might have a different attachment to the issue. Yeah. No thank. Mr Prater. Did GINSBURG, support, late term abortion. late-term. Yes. Okay. We'll make sure clear. To me M- last night those pretty funny yeah. That was the case for Shana Google Twenty, nine year old. State. Thanks for the inside. Joke Steve Sorry Y'all see Friday she received text from several family members and friends and everyone text. There was a woman say for her dad who really knows how much RPG means to me and just well gets it. So many implications for women's lives whether it's cavenaugh hearing or trump getting elected or even something like the Brock Turner case it's become so personal, we can see ourselves as this collective group of women identifying people who are all of a sudden scared. Are. You scared. I'm not no I don't. I don't think they're really scared either. How did we raise such generation a week people I don't know insane. I'M GONNA go back to saying this is not breaking news and. I really don't know what Ginsburg is done in the last twelve months. That all the sudden they feel, oh, the world is upside down. She said, she couldn't get this one girl Meg Maguire Meg Maguire twenty-three-year-old twenty three years old. bads she she's worried about it. Where'd about her she talked to her buddy a guy friend he said, well, it's not like he's going to be the handmaid's tale or anything so. Get it. No, he doesn't get governor stand our pain. Hey, what's covid nineteen have to do with losing your home well a lot. Reported that since the virus struck cybercrimes, Benepe seventy five percent, but it gets worse the legal title to all your homes and all of our homes are online right now, the crime is called home title theft and it's everywhere cybercriminals find the title to your home. They're going to find it online on the Internet is right there. They forged your signature on a quick claim deed and they re files a new owner of your home your off the title they're going to destroy about taking out loans against your home and steal the cash and sticky with the payments now. You might not even know it until you get a late payment or foreclosure notice home title lock is going to protect your home legal title. Your home is your most valuable asset, your safe haven. So home title lock is going to put a virtual barrier around your home's title and is they detect any tampering they're going to work to shut that down first things first I want you to home title Loc Dot Com Register registered your address. If you're already victim then use code Chad, they'll give you thirty three days of protection. That's Code Chad at home title, Dot Com. There's of dumb people on the planet. We've already established that I. think the show just Kinda revolves around the idea of the stupid things that people do. There was an Iowa teacher that was put on leave after doing an assignment call pretend you are a slave. y'All. Hey. I'm. Not. I'm not. I'm not bothered by that I I'm not bothered by it either that's not the issue. The issue is who's dumb enough to do that in today's Today 'cause I feel like that may have been one of my projects when I was in grade school and I hadn't thought twice about it it was to educate. But see then you'd have to have somebody be pretender slave master and then it gets. Well she said, thank very carefully, very carefully about what your life would be like as a slave in eighteen, sixty five, you can't read or write. You've never been off the plantation you work on what would you do when you hear the news you are free what factors would play into the decision you make that's what the assignment was. One school high school parents. Had her daughter was so upset about the assignments she couldn't bring herself to complete it. Look Lazy Yeah S. She's there should claim I can't do this because I can't read and write. That was my next my next call. She's like mom this makes me so uncomfortable she starts tearing up and I was like, no listen you don't have to be ashamed of who you are. You're beautiful for who you are don't let not one. So make you uncomfortable for who you are a think that's kind of the point of the assignment right bill I. Think it is I think you use an assignment like that to give you a perspective outside of your normal perspective. That's the way I received it. You know I don't think everybody. So sensitive. Well, there's a of I think what this teacher was dude is. Trying to make people realize trying to get them to associate with the plight. Yeah. And so obviously, you can't do anything right? That's what that's what I was saying in in the first segment, they keep moving the goal posts. So no matter what you do no matter what you tried to do to make black lives matter. Even dealing with sensitive topics and I'll get people get called a racist every day I like prove it I mean, what am I with holding from anybody? I'm not withholding anything from anybody for the on the basis of their skin color, but I you're going to keep moving the goal post. Anything we try to do in thing anybody tries to do and I don't mean we I mean collectively we all on the planet with row to do. Well in most cases by most beliefs, you're racist because you were born white because you what. y'All do in health class like your sophomore, year. The boiled egg that you had to treat like a baby for a whole week. That didn't do that. So I realized that was your baby talk not eat my baby, but even I The assignment you are. So I really did do that and if you cracked it. You know you you I wonder if they even do that now or. No. Candidate. Robot. I don't have it because I had an abortion. So because if they lost the baby now, there's so many things that could happen now. Well now, you can just get one hundred on the assignment daughters. Mechanical I feel like Glenn Beck Yawning in the miners. Are we boring you. The. People are just crazy. Mechanical Mechanical Baby. It would like crying in the middle of the night and stuff. Alcocer. Up On us. Baby it's GONNA candidates as a child abuse. Story. Like. A Adama daughter I was like. Well, let that be the lesson. That's what they want you to learn is the you don't do that until you're ready. I when I was in school, the girls carried around tim pound bag of flour. Girls why the girls because girls at baby steps the girls job? That's right. Favorite thing for a woman to wear. An? Apron. Listen I I got the egg from my teacher and put it on my desk and cracked it like I'm not even ten seconds that I broke my baby. So I did not do well on my assignment. Did you did you were you depressed? Did you cry era? Did you call your skulking ladies and the skulking ladies to find out what they would do in such crisis? They weren't around you mean to tell me Ruth Bader GINSBURG didn't come in to dry your. House she didn't make it to that class GINSBURG ferry. Oh, here's. CONROE high school. Here's what scares me about some of these reenactment things right roaring twenties, cops, and robbers. Reenactment of the Kansas Museum got to real when one of the performers was hit with an actual bullet committed to the performance Friday night coppers rating the bootleggers reenactment at the old Kale Tell Museum in Wichita was which was supposed to use blanks instead left one identified martissant with a real wound or the upper body. The Wichita Eagle reported. This is definitely a unique situation one that is a first for me which topped police lieutenant. Chris Marceau told the outlet when officers rhymed it was kind of. Chaotic. Because large amount of people that were involved in the reenactment twenty-four-year-old victim was taken to a local hospital shortly after nine o five pm shooting and is expected to recover gump. Say they believe it was an accident? Here about that happening on movie sets. Happen to Brandon Lee. Yeah. You shouldn't. I don't think you should. It's on now you're ex did not. Again I was you shouldn reenact. Daddy fights. No, it's not. It's. Hear me. Say it again. No you. Don't play with God's don't play. We see that's what I'm afraid of is they're going to be blowed in the blanks. One of those forty fives fell in the. Fill in the actual in the pot, right I'm going gun range day. I know someone else going. Shoot. Some blanks. Speaking a witch. That vasectomy holding up. You never know when that one bullets going to get through a wild brawl broke out between customers and workers at a waffle house that means they were drunk. I. Love It. When kid rock you know he was in court years ago and they asked him if he was an abbreviated or intoxicated while he when that fight broke out at waffle house that he was involved in, he said, nobody's ever been to a wall. It wasn't. That was his response to the judge the judge. I never been in a waffle house when I wasn't intoxicated. I hope the judge giggled apparently the patrons phone was withheld behind the counter. So somebody that works there. they snatched a diner's foam Ring that one up so we can pay for that one, and then you can put up that foam when we can be heard shouting. Another member of the party thinking, please get my GD foam somebody. Then he climbs behind the counter and apparent bid retrieve the devices restrained by to the employees video shows a man has seen repeatedly striking one of the workers as to the other members of group jump into the fray behind the counter one of the Women Trust A. Try. To wrestle the phone out of another employee hand as a wig gets knocked off, enter top becomes exposed beebees. We gotta go we've got coke give us our phone. The woman can be heard saying it's unclear why the phones being held we. You, you can always count on wild house wrote the twitter user who shared the clip had nearly a million views. Boy. We've got coke got coke. I had to look it up. Josse video of I. Think it was in a McDonald's where this girl she's wearing a tube top and he short shorts and and. One of the employees comes out who probably about three hundred pounds and she's a big old about six foot five black woman and they she throws a shakeout are like that and she just proceeds to treat her like a rag doll i. mean she beat that girl half to? ME. The Fabulous Moolah came from the counter beat the girls ice. This lung around. Out and I mean she I mean, girls don't get in a fight y'all need to have some war stop with the wardrobe malfunctions. If you're GonNa get have something where you. Can Fight. You don't have to keep trying to put your boobs back in the one thing when two girls start fighting mess with all the guys are hoping there. We've got got got A. Fan. You got your shorts down around your knees and. You can't fight for trying to cover up. Well the girls fight dirty. There's there. Are. No I've been. Above you of. Yeah. That's the truth. Nails. Hair main as girl. I'm going to gun range. We broke. Next week. We're going to Kansas, city going to be Kansas City October second third, and then fourth and fifth and I think the sick. Now for the film's going to be in Omaha Nebraska a good buddy Chad Zoo marks coming up from Florida he's going to be opening for me. We're headed that way steven cow will be there in town having some laughs. Yeah. I got to watch dot com or all the fun stuff get tickets come all hang out with and then Utah Utah. UTAH. We're going to be in Jordan's landing, which is up around the ordinary North Salt Lake City. We're going to be there the following week. My Buddy Doug billings we're going to see him in Kansas City. Doug billings has show on Youtube I encourage you to go subscribe to great political commentary. It's called the right side. Doug billings. I'm on there from time to time at least. Time or two a month, and now we're just on their this last week discussing. The dilemma that is our BG. In her demise, her passing, not demise but. To So go go follow him, do him a solid follow him on. If you fact packers he'll be he'll be happy to see Doug billings the right side over there and just hit subscribe on his deal check him out pretty good commentary anyway you got big plans for the weekend yes. Yes GIG and really Anything you can share. Yeah I'm doctoring Joseph Back. Man Nick Fused godless when you say take care of it. It says. In the paperwork no sex. For like. A while because you can juggle all that stuff. Yeah, you can. Yeah. Sounds like a challenge. I can't tell you what Joseph. Traction and go to work and we just he's he had a response for it. And Take Care of other things Oh. What. Party time mom stay horned or married on the. Bless you. I WANNA call the skulking ladies and see how they feel about it. Ladies? Oh. My getting party foul. Steve. Party FAUSTI. Did y'all ever decide on what you're doing this weekend. Yes we have I'M NOT GONNA discuss it because when I do than other people want to like show up will. Ever tell specifics. Specific overtake specifics. So yeah, he's. What did you invite me get nick? Fury. Favorite guys go to watch Chad Dot Com watch Chad Dot com. It is where all the fun stuff is find us out on the road and get the greatest country. Greatest country comedy album is not even country but the greatest comedy album this out there right now eight original songs called y'all. And also be sure to check out a new song we've got out online called back the blue you're gonNA love it. You're going to lock in your t shirts are a big hit right now to I your unapologetic Genyk. Patriot Yeah I. Don't know I, have no idea what you're talking about. No. Not a clue. Delete blood of Jesus blood of Jesus Jeez sorry candidate. The Hogan's and puppet master mark has driven us into the nether regions of all things darkness. We Love you God bless. We'll talk to you next time. Off.

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Biden touts "Lifetime commitment to civil rights" after Senator Harris slammed him on race, busing in rough debate

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

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Biden touts "Lifetime commitment to civil rights" after Senator Harris slammed him on race, busing in rough debate

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President Trump jokes about Russia's attack on the presidential election smiling as he tells reporting not to do it again. Legitimate president. A stunning statement by former president, Jimmy Carter who suggest Donald Trump is an illegitimate president saying, full investigation, which show that he did not win the twenty sixteen elections because Russia interfered on his behalf and Utah murder mystery tonight. Police have one man in custody and are investigating others were involved after the search for a missing Utah college student ends with a gruesome discovery. I'm wolf Blitzer? You're in the situation. This is C N N, breaking news. Breaking news Democratic Front runner. Joe Biden today offered a vigorous defense of civil rights record after a less than vigorous debate performance in which he was hammered by Senator, comma Harris on his past opposition to mandatory busing for school. Desegregation, five today said he heard and listened to Harris tout of his lifetime commitment, the civil rights noting legislation he sponsored and his years as vice president under Barack Obama also tonight, President Trump has met Russia's Vladimir Putin for the first time since the Muller report was released with its damning conclusion of Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election asked if he'll tell Russia, not to do it again. The president's smirked untold Putin don't meddle in the election. The president faces a crucial meeting shortly with China's president cheat I'll speak with democratic presidential candidate governor Jay Inslee of Washington state and our correspondents. Analysts will have full coverage of the day's top stories. Let's begin with CNN senior Washington, correspondent, Jeff Zeleny. Jeff, after a rough time in last night's democratic debate Joe Biden is doing some serious damage control today. There's no question, Joe Biden is trying to clean up from that debate last evening. He knows the burden is on him to prove that he is the front runner in this race. So we traveled to Chicago today, the hometown of former President Barack Obama. He wrapped himself in the glow of President Obama, calling him my president as he taught to salvage his own candidacy. Before I start I like to say something about the debate we had last night tonight, Joe Biden is playing clean up after a rocky first debate raise questions about whether he deserves to be the front runner in the democratic presidential race. I heard I listened to, and I respect Senator Harris, but, you know, we all know that thirty seconds to sixty seconds on the campaign debate exchange. Can't do Justice to a lifetime committed to civil rights. A previously scheduled appearance at Jesse Jackson's rainbow push coalition meeting in Chicago. The former vice president trying to turn the page over this extraordinarily moment with Senator, comma Harris Thursday night in Miami. There was a little girl in California, who is part of the second class to integrate her public schools, and she was bused to school every day, and that little girl was me. Do you agree today that you were wrong to oppose busing in America? Then do you agree did not oppose busing in America? What I posed is bussing ordered by the department of education. It was a performance, even many admirers charitably described as rusty with one ally, telling CNN he knows he has to do better after waking up to brutal headlines. Tough critiques Biden is trying to seize command over his long record, which he struggled to do on the debate stage. I want to be absolutely clear about my record a position, I'm racial Justice. Office, including busing. I never never never ever opposed voluntary busing. But the issue wasn't voluntary busing. It was the federal government, stepping in to desegregate schools. Which Biden repeatedly opposed the one way to ensure that you set the civil rights movement in America further back is to continue to push bussey because it's a bankrupt policy in the twenty twenty campaign. The controversy isn't really about bussing, but instead, a conversation about the direction of Democrats and whether Biden fits the moment as the party increasingly shifts to the left the post-debate spotlight would've shined, even brighter for Harris if she wasn't still trying to clean up a political mess of her own about whether she supports abolishing private health insurance who here would abolish their private health insurance in favor of government. Run plan. She and Senator Bernie Sanders were the only candidates to raise their hands. But she now says she misunderstood the question insisting she was only talking about her personal plan. Not those for millions of Americans. It's an issue, she's repeatedly struggled to make clear since this moment at a CNN town hall in January. Let's lemonade all of that. Let's move on. So Senator Harris spent a lot of the day, trying to explain that as vice-president Biden was trying to explain his civil rights record as well. We'll all of the other candidates also trying to make their case. One thing that stood out to me from being in Miami for a couple of days here it is a very diverse democratic field. It is a general, you know, there's certainly an ideological divide a generational divide here. This race is just getting started voters out there. We talked to say they're just learning these candidates. So it's more important to take a full measure of vice president Biden, in particular, his advisers are a worried and a little bit concerned about the first performance. But they say wait and see what he does going forward. I'm told he'll be doing more campaigning in July. And of course, the next debate here on CNN at the end of the month. Supporters believe he could have done better last night. There's no doubt about that. Jeff zeleny. Thank you very much. There's more breaking news right now. President Trump is getting ready for a crucial meeting of the twenty summit. But the shock waves are still spreading after his stunning remarks during earlier talks in Japan with Russia's Vladimir Putin, that's alive to CNN's chief White House. Correspondent Jim Mukasa a cost as in Asaka Japan for us at the twenty seven. What's the latest you? Well, frozen and Trump is just hours away from holding a high stakes meeting with China's leader, Xi Jinping to see if both leaders can figure out a way to end their costly trade were the president is also expected to hold a news conference later in the day where he is expected to face a nagging question. Why won't you get tough on Vladimir Putin? It was hardly a warning that will send shivers down the spine of land. Amir Putin, as President Trump appear to jokingly tell the Russian leader to stay out of the twenty twenty election with a smile on his face. The president's comments at the twenty summit where the latest indication that Mr. Trump is unwilling to accept the US intelligence community conclusion that Moscow interfered in the twenty sixteen election at their previous meeting in Helsinki last year. The president was siding with Putin have great confidence in my intelligence people. But I will tell you that President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today. President's latest encounter with Putin comes after special counsel, Robert Muller warned that Russia had been caught red-handed close by reiterating. The central ellegation are indictments that there were multiple systematic efforts to interfere in our election. And that allegation deserves the attention of every American. Thank you very much, contrast, the Trump Putin warmth with the icy reception. The Russian leader found with outgoing British Prime Minister Theresa. May who spokesperson said in a statement, she told that there cannot be a normalization of our bilateral relationship, until Russia's stops that you're responsible in destabilizing activity that threatens the UK and its allies, including hostile interventions and other countries disinformation and cyber attacks back in the US. Former president, Jimmy Carter alleged that Russia had essentially hand-picked Mr. Trump yet quantified pulled any vegetated with show, than actually win the election in two thousand sixteen. He lost the election and he was put in office because they Russians in affair on his. So do you believe President Trump is an illegitimate president face just said was I can't retract. Reality is Mr. Trump has never really warned Putin to but out of US politics and opportunity, he passed up back in twenty sixteen. What do I have to get involved with for have nothing to do with? I will tell you this Russia. If you're listening, I hope you're able to find the thirty thousand emails that are missing. I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press. Let's see if that happens the president and Putin shared, one, other lighthearted moment, when Mr. Trump took aim at the media. Russia. We have. But in Putin's Russia, the press is hardly free as journalists have been imprisoned even murdered for their coverage of the Kremlin. President took his jab at the press on the same day. He greeted Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, whose government is widely seen as responsible for the killing of journalist Jamal kashogi. And the president will be meeting with Mohammed bin Salman later on this morning. We'll be watching to see whether or not the president raises with the crown prince the case of Jamaica, Shoghi. Meanwhile, the financial markets are bracing for the outcome of the president's meeting with China's Shizhong ping later on here at the g twenty summit there are hopes of some kind of ceasefire between the two leaders in their trade were something. We expect the president to discuss further at his news conference later today. Wolf, it's hard to imagine getting through this news conference without the president being asked about those stunning comments from the former president, Jimmy Carter will indeed are Mukasa Japan for us. Thank you. Joining us now, democratic presidential candidate and Washington state governor, Jay Inslee governor, thanks so much for joining us. You bet. I wanna talk more about your ideas your candidacy and just a moment. First, let me get your reaction to what we heard from some of your democratic rivals last night, that debate, do you think former vice president, Joe Biden's record on civil rights is fair game? Well, I do look, we've gotta have a nominee, who is up to the tasks of the current decade, and I think there are legitimate questions. We need to heal this company country. Racially after the division of Donald Trump. I think there are some concerns legitimately raised in that debate. We need someone to stop this rush toward Iran, and I totally oppose the Iraq war. The vice president supported it in most importantly, we need a candidate who will have a full mobilization United States to defeat the climate crisis. Look today we got the Miami that the ever the Everglades were on fire. It's one hundred fourteen degrees in Paris. I have a full throated call to mobilize the United States to defeat climate crisis, and I have a decision to make it top priority. I don't think the vice president has the same view. So yes, we need to have a debate about the current mission statement. The United States in this decade, one of your democratic rivals. Dow Ohio congressman Tim Ryan. He's actually joined your demand for a debate focusing strictly on climate change, which, of course, is your signature issue. But the Democratic National Committee, at least as far as I know as promised to stick to its current debate schedule and its current format. Have you heard from the DNC chair, Tom Perez or anyone else at the DNC about your demands to hold a debate solely on climate change? Not today in the party needs to do this. Look, this is a personal passion of mine. I've been working on this for decades of written a book about it. I helped form the US climate alliance. My dedication to this is unparalleled in the in the field of candidates. But this is not about one candidate. It's about one planet. And when you have an adequate discussion of this, which we did not the other night in four hours of debate. The Democratic Party only talked about the ecstasy -sential threat to survival as we know it for about fifteen minutes. That does not give America the ability to find out what these candidates say or do not say look there's differences between the candidates. I'm saying we need to get off coal others or not. I am saying this has to be the top priority. The United States others are not I've called for mobilization of the United States. Others treat. This is. Kind of peripheral thing on the to-do list. So I believe Americans need to suss out where the candidates stand, and we're gonna continue this effort. But let's talk about the meeting that the President Trump had with Putin G twenty summit. That's the first meeting that they've had since the release of the Muller report, as you saw the president, jokingly chided Putin, for election interference here in the United States. It's clear he was in serious at all about that. What did you make that moment? I'm continually stunned by president who either treats this as a humorous event or absolutely request. The assistance of Russia. Look not only did he do that before the last election. He did again two weeks ago, he basically said, look, send me stuff. I'll be happy to take a look at it. He continues on this wink and a nod when we are immortal situation where a foreign powers attempting to subvert our democracy in clear, unequivocal beyond a reasonable doubt terms. This man is a threat to national security. He is a threat to democracy, and I think Jimmy Carter's comments went to the heart of something that is not a peripheral matter. It is a dire threat to who we are as a nation in a will not stand. And that's one of the reasons I believe that the, the house needs to move forward at this point. Impeachment inquiry. He's called for it. He's made it inevitable. Governor Inslee, thanks so much for joining us. Thank you. We have some breaking news from the sports world. Just moments ago, the US women's national soccer team defeated, France, two to one both US goals were scored by Meghan repeat. No. Who was criticized by President Trump this week for saying she wouldn't go to the White House to meet with him. If the US team were to win the overall tournament as victory puts the US in the World Cup semi finals up next. President Trump jokes about Russia's attack on the presidential election smirking as he tells leading Putin not to do it again. I'll ask former director of national intelligence James Clapper about that, and more and police in Utah. Make it arrest as the search for a missing college student ends with a grin discovery. Remember to create an ad like this one, visit pure winning dot com slash CNN. I meet on meeting with Latimer Putin. Since the Muller report came out, President Trump joked about Russia's election attack here in the United States. Joining us now, the former director of national intelligence, James Clapper is a CNN national security analyst, general Clapper, the president. He chided a very joking way, the Russian leader watch this. Get a smirk and smile. And he said, to don't meddle in the election. Please don't meddle in the election. How do you think Putin man you study for a long time in the US intelligence community reacted to that? Well, I think I you know, the president and his supporters say they were just he was just smoking joking with one reporting. And then for people like me to take the Russian threat. Seriously? This is stunning, but not amazing. And I think Putin for his part, feels as though met attitude, the cavalier attitude about the Russian threat to our fundamental system gives him license to continue to do what he's been doing and, and, and we can, we can count on it, but for the election twenty twenty so based on what, you know, why is the president, seemingly your word so cavalier about this issue when he meets with Putin? Well, that's of course question of the hour and has been for some time the presence ambivalence. About the Russian interference, his deference to Putin among other autocrats is something of Mr. is yet to call him out or dime out for the profound, and broad-gauged and deep interference in our Washington, twenty sixteen as you remember, it was not longer if you weeks ago, the president told ABC news that he would accept information on his political opponents from foreign governments even hostile foreign governments like Russia or China, he might or might not might also call the FBI might not call the FBI based on what you, would you saw and based on what we're seeing now at the g twenty is the twenty twenty election season here in the United States Open open season fair game. Absolutely for not only the Russians, but I think others having seen the impact of the Russian interference and the divisiveness polarization that the Russian interference amp. Defied. I'm sure not only Russia will continue to do what they've been doing. But others will as well and it's it doesn't bode well, when the commander in chief refuses to call out for the American public, the threat posed by the Russians as you saw Jim Acosta's report. Former president, Jimmy Carter went so far as to suggest that President Trump's election was illegitimate because of the Russian interference. Do you think that's true? I have a little different take on that wolf. In my book, I do believe that the magnitude of the Russian effort as we counted in the mall report, where they reached via social media platforms alone. Some hundred and thirty six Americans as election was decided on listen, eighty thousand votes in three states, which, which Russians targeted that's not an indictment of people who voted for for President Trump. It isn't a diamond clearly, the Russians and perhaps our failure to prevent the magnitude of the. Attack. The president also joked with Putin about what the president calls, fake news. Let me play the clip watch this. Russia. We have. Says we have the problem. Yes, yes. The same as you know journalists in Russia, there either imprison some of actually been killed because what they're reporting about the Kremlin. How dangerous is it this kind of rhetoric that we're seeing from the president with a leader like Putin? Well, it's quite dangerous to characterize. Our media has enemy the people a free and independent media is one of the hallmarks of our political system. And clearly I think the control and the oppression of any free media in Russia is something that I think President Trump had his preference, that's way it'd be in this country. And that's very dangerous. Very dangerous indeed are James Clapper general, thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having coming up. More on the breaking political news. Former vice president, Joe Biden against the do some serious damage control after last night's debate scolding by Senator Harris. Also a gruesome discovery leads through the rest and murder. 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The former vice president touted his lifetime commitment to civil rights. Let's bring our experts and discuss vibes attempt at damage control. Jeff zeleny. He's got a lot of work ahead of them. All of them have a lot of work ahead of him. But you were there in Miami for both of these presidential debates who were the winners and the losers after four hours and twenty candidates. I think we do know a little bit more than we knew at the beginning of the week one. I think the winners were no question center. Comma, Harris says she has been had a very good beginning of her candidacy in January, and then she's sort of fallen into the recesses a bit last night. She came on the stage and aggressive way, in a strategic way to get these issues aid to introduce yourself. She don't wanna biography in there when she was making these confrontations with the. A former vice president. So I think she did very well. I think the night before Lisbeth Warren also did well. In terms of presenting her her plans, her ideas, I think the biggest question Mark in over all of this is about Joe Biden. Is he the placeholder in this race? Or is he the front runner? Here's a little fragile, if you will. And we don't know the answer that one debate won't tell us that. But it told us last night that he is not a strong front runner. April April Ryan is here at a tense moment. Senator Harris a question, the former vice president on his record on bussing going way back several decades. Let me play party of their exchange. Do you agree today that you were wrong to oppose busing in America general, do you agree did not oppose busing in America? What I posed is bussing ordered by the department of education. That's when I posed did not a fancier of states to into knowing schools in America. I was part of the second class too. Integrate Berkeley, California, Public schools, almost two decades after Brown v board of education, because your city council made that decision. Different. So give us some context here, right? Oh, this is a subject desegregation busing close to your heart. Yeah. It's a lot of black people who grew up in that seventies era had to deal with issues of busing as a child. My parents opted out of keeping me in public school because they didn't want the residue of hate from white people who were upset about it about me possibly going to their public school. So they sit me to a Catholic school, so comma Harrah's is not alone in this so many people who have a story, but let's get to the issue of Joe Biden with this. That is a seventies mindset that is even a mindset even before the seventies twenty nineteen he has to do something to fix it. He's getting into the weeds as to if it's about the federal government or if it's about the city council, or the state at issue is Joe Biden says that he has a great record. He got into politics trying to work with civil rights civil rights is about integration. The federal. Is he talks about? He didn't want the department of education to, to do bussing, the federal government integrated the military, the federal government, integrated federal workspace, the federal government integrated the post office, and if it weren't for the lead of the federal government, other agencies like I might not even be sitting here talking to you with Blitzer. So integration is a part of civil rights. How did you see last night? Jackie. It really seemed like Harris had by on his heels. And the question is, how is he not prepared for this question? If he wasn't going to get it. Maybe he was surprised he got it from Senator Harris from talking to people in Biden world today, actually weren't, they, they knew there that she they assumed that she was going to take him on in some way, but he certainly would have gotten it from the moderators and, you know, all you need to know is when you're watching him work through it, and then he has a candidate ever in your history, hosting debates stop themselves felt I'm out of time. That's unusual, and she was ready for it with the picture and not only that Giovane came out with, with the mayor of Atlanta to say, okay, wait a minute. This is this. We were caught off guard, but I'm showing you got black support. This is about the fact that Joe Biden still has the largest number of black people supporting him. And comma, Harris once Sean Turner into this doesn't have the lifetime commitment, Sean to, to civil rights. He was the vice president. United States under the first black president of the United States as effectively communicating his record. While, you know if I think he certainly is trying to send a strong message to the democrat party that he has a record of advocacy and leadership on civil rights, and I think that's a good thing. But I think the problem that Joe Biden has right now is is that he has to understand how to balance talking about what he has done and has long record with what he will do. If you go back and you look at what was said on the stage last night. And you look at the target audience of all the people who is he was on stage with many of them, were talking to this kind of more progressive left winning left-leaning wing of the democrat party, and they were talking about the future because that's what they wanna hear. That's what they want. Wanna talk about Joe Biden spent more time talking about his record in what is what he's done. And again, that's not a bad thing. But the balance is, is off there. And I think if he makes that adjustment. I think he you know, last night, certainly he he's he was knocked down a few points. And I think we'll probably see that in some of the polling, but if he makes that adjustment if he does. If if he does what he's doing today. Specifically goes out and talks to African American voters, particularly young African American voters because I think that he's doing fairly well, with those kind of middle of the road, moderate, democrat, African American voters, then he can recover from this. Okay. Guys down by. There's a lot more. We need to discuss with ticket quick break. Be right. I'm eighty cats. The host of March van street, sixty five in our latest division of our podcast. I'll be joined by former uconn hall of fame had Jim Calhoun turn head coach St. Joseph's, and is view on buses going to the big. Complaint. Some people. About the stopping. Kevin meant what the listen to subscribe for free apple podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. Experts say, Sean Turner. What did you think the way the president's sparked and smiled and had a little friendly warning to Ladimir Putin at the g twenty summit in Japan today when he said don't meddle in the US presidential elections anymore? What did you think of that? The way you handle that. Yeah. You know, I think it's it represents the president's new thinking of this, the president has gone from being angry about the suggestion that Russia interfered into the in the election to just kind of smirking and being dismissive of it. And I think he's that way because he understands that it's almost it's virtually impossible to quantify the F the impact the effect of Russia's interference. So I think the president's at a point where he he'll, he'll just be dismissive of it, and, and won't really care if Russia interferes again but to be clear it is a serious and significant national security threat that the president should take seriously. The former vice the former president, Jimmy Carter, Jeff, he's actually questioning the legitimacy of President Trump's election because of Russian interference on his behalf watch this. There's no doubt that the Russia's did interfere election. And I think they end up not yet quantified have pulled investigated with show from actually win the election in two thousand sixteen. He lost the election and he. Was put in office because they Russians interfered on his behalf said, you believe President Trump is an illegitimate president. Face what I just said was I can't retract. It certainly isn't also from someone Jimmy Carter. He's actually given the president of more leeway than some other Democrats have on North Korea and other matters. He is given him some support and some backup. So it's an extraordinary statement. But that is at the heart of why many people suspect the president has the relationship he has with Latimer Putin. He is unable to get his mind around the fact that he may not have actually won the presidency fairness where he lost the popular vote. We know that. But that was we've never heard Jimmy Carter's anything like that, as I mean I'm not sure has access to any intelligence information, based on the public record. That's what he's saying. But the reality is going forward. You can't do this election over again. The question is, what is going to happen for twenty twenty what is this government doing to protect the sanctity and security of the next election? And you don't hear much talk about that. Mitch McConnell is trying to block a security Bill in the Senate here. So I think that's the value of talking about this now. It's about the future, not the past and another very disturbing moment. In the meeting between the President Putin, he commiserated with Putin about what the president calls, fake news. Watch this. We have. Face. Jackie problematic is problematic is a word because during they murdered journalists in Russia. It's not only what the president says. I mean, certainly that is disturbing and has ramifications the world over. It's what the president has are has not done. They're still haven't been any modifications for what happened to murder journalist. Mollica Shoghi Saudi Arabia hasn't had any consequences for that. What do you think about the fact the prison joking with Putin April about so called fake news wolf is someone who has to fight everyday for survival for asking questions at the White House. It's a trophyless. Stick around. There's more news. We got a follow thicket creek break. We'll be right. Hey, Howard Beck. And I've got clippers guard Landry Shamet on Bleacher reports. The full forty eight I'm not just shooting guard not just shooter. I know what I can be outside of that. So check out the full forty eight now on the Bleacher report or subscribe at apple podcasts. Tonight. Many unanswered questions remain after police announced the missing university of Utah student is dead. And a suspect is under arrest and charged with murder. C N N's Brian Todd has been following the story for us Brian. Tell us the latest, we'll felt like city. Police giving us jarring new details tonight of the suspects alleged contacts with MacKenzie Luke, and of his alleged efforts to cover up her murder. It was a dramatic. And police say heartbreaking end to a nationwide mystery the swat team in Salt Lake City, arresting ULA Gye, the prime suspect in the disappearance of university of Utah student MacKenzie Luek. We are filing charges of aggravated murder aggravated kidnapping, obstruction of Justice and desecration of a body in the homicide of MacKenzie. Look tonight, police say they believe Ajayi a former army IT specialist killed MacKenzie Luek sometime after picking her up at a park in north Salt Lake City at about three o'clock in the morning on June. Seventeenth police say the three year old student had just landed at the airport returning from her grandmother's funeral. They say she used the lift car service to take her from the airport to the park where the driver saw her get into geez, car. Police say phone records showed Luek, and the thirty one year old suspect had been in touch texting just hours before she vanished, and that their phone. Place them in the park within a minute of each other that morning in an interview with him. He admitted to having techs conversations with MacKenzie on June. Sixteenth at approximately six pm, but nothing after that time. Police say Ajay denied having any personal contact with Luek and denied knowing what she looked like. But authorities say he had photos of her in his possession, the way he communicated, to us saying that he didn't know who she was that just didn't seem ring true. Given we knew what the nature of that contact was police are not giving specifics of how Luek died, but they searched giants house, which is just a few miles from the park where they met earlier this week police then called him a person of interest. Investigators say Gye gave away a mattress and box spring shortly after Luek disappeared. Police and neighbors also told CNN neighbors, observed him burning something in his backyard with gasoline on the day. Luek went missing. And again, the day after bags smell gas was outrageous. And I thought made, I was in my bedroom. And I smelled it through my window, and I thought maybe it was my motor home. And so I came outside to make sure and there's the smell in the air that was just. Almost rancid. It was really disgusting. Smelling police say when they dug up his backyard, they found burned items, they believe belong to MacKenzie. Luek along with what they believe are Louis remains other charred material was located which has now been forensically has been determined to be female human tissue and is consistent with the DNA profile of tained through further forensic testing of personal items of MacKenzie. Look tonight, police say they don't know if someone may have helped Gye and they're not saying, how Luke Energi might have known each other before she met up with him in that part a former FBI profiler says there are gaps of information, which are crucial in this case, including what was going through this young woman's mind just before she disappeared? Police have said the lift driver indicated MacKenzie Luke was not in distress when she switched cars. The reason the victim would get into the cars is going to be important, and that reason will probably. Over time. They probably don't know the full extent of why she was confident enough to do that. Police are also not saying tonight what they believe the suspects motive was they do say, as we mentioned that they are still looking into whether he acted alone. Or if he had help wolf Brian, do they believe might have tried to do anything with their cell phone? We'll fleece are indicating that he might have tried to manipulate her cell phone in some way, they say that her phone was turned off from the moment that she disappeared from that park on June seventeenth, but just two days ago, we were checking some of her social media accounts. We found indications that her phone was used to access an Instagram account. So he may have had that phone in his possession as recently as two days ago. What whatever? Friends and family Brian insane. During the ordeal. Friends, mostly speaking wolf saying that this was really not like McKenzie Luek to just disappear like this, they said that she would easily been in touch with family with friends during these periods, but they just can't figure out why she might have gone to that park that night. And that may be an answer that we may never get Brian Todd reporting for us. Brian. Thank you, very. Much coming up after comma, Harris cameras Joe by the democratic presidential debate for his past stance on bussing the front runner is battling back, a defending what he portrays, a lifetime, devoted the civil rights, plus a big win for the US national team at the women's World Cup. Both US goals were scored by a player who's drawn criticism from president from. Are you interested in learning? How great companies grow. 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Trump leaving tomorrow for G20 summit in Japan, Trump: "Very concerned" about conditions on the border, Feds reveal details of lawmaker's alleged affairs

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Trump leaving tomorrow for G20 summit in Japan, Trump: "Very concerned" about conditions on the border, Feds reveal details of lawmaker's alleged affairs

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And even the president says he's very concerned trading insults. The president warns around at attacks on anything American will lead to an overwhelming response, and even obliteration, but Iran's leader says the White House is suffering from mental disability Donkin cheater prosecutors allege Republican congressman Duncan Hunter embezzled thousands of dollars in campaign funds to pay for extramarital affairs with five women including staffers, and lobbyists and student vanishes concern is growing for a university of Utah student who disappeared a week ago after getting into a vehicle with someone. She appeared to know her phone has been off since she went missing. Is she the victim? Of foul play or did she deliberately vanish? I'm wolf Blitzer? A you're in the situation room. This is CNN. Breaking new Ricky news. President Trump says he's very concerned about conditions on the border where more than one hundred migrant children have been returned to a crowded unsanitary facility. The president is asking congress to provide what he calls humanitarian aid, as Democrats wrangle over the funding the detention funding the detention of migrants and the White House is now threatening a veto amid the turmoil, the acting out of customs and border protection has suddenly resigned. Also, breaking the president is warning Iran, that any attacks on American interests will be met with overwhelming force to the point of obliteration that after Iran reacted to new US sanctions by saying the White House is suffering from mental disability. And as an African officials reveal the United States conducted a major cyber attack. I don't know rainy in back militia following around downing of the US drone off. Auspey was Senator, Chris coons, the foreign relations and judiciary committees and our correspondents and analysts will have full coverage of the day's top stories. Let's begin with our White House. Correspondent ABBIE Philip Abby. The president seems to be feeling the heat amid reports of truly abysmal conditions for migrant children. That's exactly right. Wolf, the president told me today that he was very concerned about the conditions in these facilities, but he is punting to congress saying that they need to do more to provide aid to those children on the border, but there are some real questions about why the administration isn't doing more themselves right now. Tonight pressure is mounting on President Trump over the sub-standard treatment of children in detention facilities at the border. And they're much better than they were under President Obama by far as reports emerge of children, not being given access to regular showers, soap and toothpaste in government facilities. Trump is calling on congress to act, and we're trying to get the Democrats to agree to really give us some humanitarian aid by quote humanitarian aid this even about border putting on the house speaker Nancy Pelosi planning a vote on the floor over additional money for the border, but Trump is already threatened to veto it because it does not expand detention beds, and some democratic lawmakers are divided over giving the Trump administration a blank check, I have a lot of concerns, and I think we are we are seeing this administration pooled kids, thousands of children hostage by not giving them food water basic conditions. More than one hundred children are being moved back to Texas border facility, the same facility. Just yesterday was shut down for what some called major health and hygiene problems. I spoke with children who were thirty who said that they had not had adequate opportunities to take a bath. They were noticeably had mucus stains, or, or mud and tonight there is more turnover. Among the top officials responsible for the border facilities as acting customs and border protection Commissioner Jon Sanders submits his resignation. No, I know that was going to be a change there. I made changes, very good changes Trump downplaying the changes but also suggesting that he didn't even know the official responsible for one of his administration's top priorities. I don't think I've ever spoken to him all this as the president is turning up the heat on Tehran. One day after announcing new sanctions targeting Iran's supreme leader asked if he has an exit strategy if war breaks out Trump, claiming he doesn't need one, you're not going to need an exit strategy. I don't need exit strategies insisting that after he altered plans for counter strike after the regime shot down in American drone. His threats of using military force haven't lost their punch. I think everybody does I think you do too goodbye. Meantime, Trump filling a critical posting in the west wing tonight naming first lady Melania Trump's communications director, Stephanie Grisham, as the new press secretary and communications director. So seventy has been with me from the beginning as most of, you know, and then over the last couple of years, she's worked for the first lady done a fantastic job, first lady loves, her think she's been, you know, just incredible very talented. And tonight, we're learning the President Trump is likely to name, the head of immigration and customs enforcement, Mark Morgan to take over as the acting head of the customs and border protection agency. But as all this turmoil is unfolding here at home. President Trump tomorrow is leaving for the g twenty in Osaka Japan where he has some important meeting set up with the president of China Xi Jinping and, and bladder, MIR Putin over issues like trade. And also those tensions in Iran will. We'll have more on that as well. Abby, thank you very much up on Capitol Hill. House Democrats are divided over a Bill to provide additional money for the border crisis. Let's go to our senior congressional correspondent mono Rajoub mono has speaker Pelosi gotten her people on board. I appears that way wolf after a roller coaster twenty four hours and we speaker Pelosi negotiated with the congressional Hispanic caucus, as well as the progressive bloc within the larger House Democratic caucus, she appears to have locked down enough support to push this Bill through the house tonight is the four point six billion dollar Bill that would deal with the humanitarian crisis at the border. Democrats had been concerned, particularly liberals that there have been not enough safeguards for migrants, not enough conditions place, about how these facilities are dealing with migrant children. But in a late deal that was struck between the congressional progressive caucus and the speaker's office. They greet include language, resolving those concerns Premila giant Paul, who's the co chair of that caucus. Told me that she plans to support this Bill even after this was at. And she expected most of our caucus to do so as well. But wolf, a number of Democrats liberals in particular now particularly happy with the Bill, even though they will support it as Royal ryava told me earlier today. I don't trust Trump. I worry that, even the restrictions that are in the Bill to prohibit them, reprogramming, this money for other purposes. I think that's still going to be a problem. This is not even a good Bill. But my initial reaction is that I, I think there has to be -tarian gesture at some point, and for that money, and that money alone, it's probably worth the vote. So even some Democrats were concerned that did not go far enough in dealing with the migrant crisis, and dealing with the migrant children and ensuring that the administration can't just move money around and spend money. How very likes it Democrats appeared to be falling in line, but there is still opposition from the man who holds a veto pen, President Trump, his advisors recommended that he vetoed this Bill. So even though female will expected to pass the house tonight, this Bill far from over and the Goshi will continue is still remains to be seen how this becomes law as a key office within the health and human services department is slated to run out of money in that office deals with the unaccompanied minor children. All right mono, thank you very much under Raja up on Capitol Hill. Meanwhile, President Trump is warning Iran, that attacks on anything, American we'll be met with overwhelming force even obliteration but his national security adviser, John Bolton says the door is still open to negotiations. Let's go live to our senior national correspondent, Fred plight. He's joining us from Tehran Fred, what are you hearing in Iran? I wolf overhearing some pretty tough talk from the Iranians as well as senior Rani commander came out not too long ago and said any nation that indulges in what they call adventurism here in the region will not survive, obviously clearly pointing to the United States. Meanwhile, Iran's president Hassan Rohani on the one hand laughing off those sanctions of the Trump administration put on Iran's supreme leader and senior military commanders saying, they won't at all affect Iran's economy or even the people sanctioned but at the same time, lashing out at the Trump administration saying the sanctions, effectively closed the door for any sort of negotiations in the future. And even questioning this sanity of the Trump administration. Here's what he had to say that for this show. They would sad that woman threw them, they'd be compressed rated and confused. They did not know what to do. They do strange things that no sane person in the history of world politics has done, or at least, I don't remember this is because of their total confusion. They have become. Mentally, disabled, the White House is suffering from mental disability. Tough talk there from Hocine role. Hani the Iranians also saying that, of course, one of the people who's going to be sanctioned in, in this week is going to be Iran's. Foreign minister Java the reef and the Iranians are saying, look on the one hand, the Trump administration says they want Iran to go back to diplomacy. And on the other hand, they're sanctioning Iran's top diplomat. The Iranians are saying that shows that the Trump administration is lying about wanting to go back to the table at the same time that top diplomat. Wolf Blitzer reef the foreign minister tweeted himself this time seemingly attacking national security adviser John Bolton saying, Iran never left in the gauche eating table, the B team, which he called, John Bolton and folks were close to him drag the US out while plotting for war. Meanwhile, the Iranians tonight, just a couple of minutes ago, wolf said, they don't want war with the US, but will confront the US, if there are any more incursions as they say into their airspace. We'll continue sprint getting Tehran for us Fred, thank you very much. Joining us now democratic Senator Chris coons of Delaware. He's a member of the. Foreign relations and the judiciary. Committee's Senator, thanks so much for joining us said, you worry that these personal attacks now between President Trump and rainy in leaders could escalate into a very dangerous confrontation. I am concerned wealth that this kind of back and forth, sort of Twitter, fueled fury, by our president and the counter insults, by the leadership of Iran simply makes more tents and is more likely to lead to a confrontation out of an already difficult environment. When President Trump said he was going to tear up the Iran nuclear deal, he also promised that he would get a better deal. I don't see how he's going to be able to negotiate a better deal with a country where he's imposing sanctions on their top diplomat. And I'm concerned that we haven't heard a coherent strategy from the administration in the segment. You just played wolf President Trump said he doesn't need an exit strategy, if there's a war with Iran. That is to me. Hauntingly reminiscent of the. Bravado. Before the beginning of the Iraq war, where it was mistakenly assumed, it would just be a matter of weeks before we would win our mind you that it took a very long time has been very expensive. And we lost many American lives in the conflict in Iraq. Do you believe Senator that President Trump you believe him when he says, he, he wants to stay out of a war with Iran? Well, his recent action calling office, strike just a few minutes before it actually was carried out suggests that he has some uncertainty about whether to go to war with Iran. I am not at all clear, what his strategy is. I'm concerned that he has in fact, driven away some of our allies, who had previously supported us in pulling together a global strategy of isolation for Ron. My hope is that at the G twenty meeting coming up in Osaka. President Trump will redouble his efforts at engaging with our allies. I do think it's preferable that he's imposed another round of sanctions rather than taking military action that should be our last resort out. Our first reserve. Art, and I am concerned that his advisors closest to him, maybe underestimating the likely cost and length of any military confrontation with Iran. Do you believe that US cyber attacks against Iranian? Backed militias are an appropriate response to the attack on the American drone. Well press reports, well that there were some cyber attacks taken out. I think suggests that there was an attempt made to push back to show forcefulness against Iran's action shooting down our Global Hawk drone, and that they were there was an attempt made for it to be proportional. We'll have you been briefed on these cyber attacks. I have not do you support these attacks having not been briefed on them. It's hard for me to say whether I support them since I don't really understand their scope. But I'll say I prefer a proportional response to one that might have resulted in hundreds of casualties and risk further escalation, because I recall that President Obama when he was confronted with threats from Iran before the Iran nuclear deal. He launched what was called stuck Stuxnet very sophisticated US cyberattack against the you believe that was appropriate. Well, remind you according to press reports stacks nut was not only a suffist. Located attack. It was very targeted. It was targeted at disabling run centrifuges and setting back their nuclear enrichment program. I think that if, if it was carried out as is reported in the press. I think that was an important strategic move to make it clear to run that we were gonna take every action possible to deny them a nuclear weapon. Let me be clear. Well, I do not think Ron is simply misunderstood, and that we should be happy to negotiate with them. I do think Iran is a leading state sponsor of terror a very destabilizing force in the region and their ballistic missile programs, and their human rights violation. Both worthy of condemnation and of our action to try and get a better stronger deal that puts a Ron's behavior in a box. I just don't see how the current actions by the Trump administration will lead to that result. Let's talk about the situation at the US Mexico border last week. You voted to advance a Bill in the Senate appropriations committee, that would provide additional funds to take care of detail. Paned migrant kids children, but the house is voting on its own legislation. Because many Democrats worry, your Bill doesn't simply go far enough in addressing the horrible conditions. Many of these children are forced to endure at some of these facilities. What's your response to that criticism from your fellow Democrats in the house? Well, let's be clear. I, we have a humanitarian crisis at our border, largely of President Trump's making the idea that he is not responsible for the conditions at the border, and the ways in which children in custody of the American governor being treated, I think MRs the core point here, which is as president he is responsible for what happens in HHS, VP, facilities, and by their organization that he said in a segment you just showed earlier this evening. He literally hasn't met and doesn't know the name of senior officials within the relevant agencies suggest a lack of interest and engagement, I'll remind you, it's President Trump, who has been trying hard to redirect. Millions, if not billions of dollars towards building a border wall rather than providing appropriate care, and support for children who are here seeking asylum. I do think it's possible for us to do both for us to secure America's border and be a humane country that provides appropriate support for children and parents who are fleeing violence in their home countries. That's why I voted for the Bill. The four point five billion dollar appropriation. Bill to come out of the Senate. It's my hope that the Senate and house can resolve the differences between our two bills, and that we can invest, not just in humane conditions at the border, but also in stabilizing the three northern triangle countries in Central America from which so many of these folks are coming fleeing the violence and disorder in their home countries, Senator coons. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you up next. Prosecutors allege that have battled GOP congressman Duncan hundred used campaign funds to pay for extramarital affairs with lobbyists and congressional staffers in front of the Trump goes after Joe Biden. Saying the Democratic Front runner looks and sounds different than it used to. Remember to create an ad like this one, visit pure winning dot com slash CNN. Following multiple breaking stories including President Trump telling reporters, he's very concerned about conditions at detention facilities for people seeking asylum. If the southern border congress is working in an emergency spending Bill right now. Let's get some insight from our correspondents and our analysts and Laurie's, you know, CNN has learned that more than one hundred migrant children are now moving being moved back to this filth. Disability Clint Texas despite reports of filthy conditions. Dire health conditions they're, they're trying to come up with some sort of legislative spending solution. Are they going to succeed? Well, it looks now and Dan knows more about this than I do and Monot late tonight that, that Nancy Pelosi after speaking to her caucus very forcefully this morning saying to them. Look, this is about the children, this isn't about immigration policy. And by the way, you heard the president echo those words today, when he said, this is about the children when you see this kind of a crisis, you've got this. Four and a half billion dollar Bill and the Democrats have now convinced liberals that with certain changes in it like improving the standards of care at these facilities, etc. That you that you will be able to get the Democrats on board Pelosi has said, I want big numbers, the Senate Bill will be different, but then they have to go to conference and say, if they can come up with something the president can sign but I think everybody knows at this point that this is important. And the question is when did they get it done how quickly can they do? They should be able to come up with some emergency funding. The executive branch of the US government to deal with these kids. This is a horrendous situation. Absolutely. And that's the argument that you're hearing from some of the progressives who are most likely not going to vote for this under any circumstance because they say, wait a minute. Not only are they arguing that, there that the congress is bailing out the administration on a crisis that they created, which is definitely debatable because there have been crises. Under president's before President Obama had a crisis at the border with with dealing with children, but it's extremely bad and what you are seeing, which is so fascinating is, is exhibited a of Democrats who are in control, who do have power in the house of representatives trying to balance the governing, and the needs of the most vulnerable children and the disdain that they have for this president and for his policies, and that is what I'm told. Nita Lowey, the chairman of the appropriations committee said behind closed doors in one of the several contentious meetings were told have existed saying you cannot let your your anger at this president, you're blind anger at him overtake, what really needs to be done here, though, these kids, you know, the toothpaste that he'd so the toddlers they need diapers, what's so difficult about making sure Ryan lizard that these kids get that kind of. Badly-needed stuff. For the Democrats who are torn on this issue. The issue is all the other stuff in the Bill. Right. And increasingly in the last couple of decades we've seen when you have divided government, one party in the house is always tempted to use the power of the purse to stop a policy. They don't like and along with that a lot of stuff. They might support get stopped, and we saw this with Democrats and the war in Iraq, who wanted to hold up Pentagon funding during that period, will Republicans and ObamaCare where they wanted to uphold funding for that, and it gets in the way of other priorities. And now you have Democrats who are so torn on this very fraught issue. They don't want money going for ice. They don't want money going for what they see as a bad immigration policies. But at the same time the immediate need that Nancy Pelosi is pointing to is tied up in this same package of I think Pelosi did a lot of work today to get some of the liberals back on her team. And you know, this is the beginning of. Of a long process. It's got to go through the Senate as well and a conference committee. But I think people on the left will continue to put pressure on Pelosi to get the best deal. She can they got to do this quickly, you know, the president Laura Jarrett says that he doesn't think he ever met with the acting customs and border protection Commissioner John Sanders who actually resigned today. Isn't that a pretty unusual? It's odd considering that this is supposed to be one of the presents major priorities. He talks about immigration all the time. It's pretty important position by clearly, you get the impression that he was trying to put some distance between himself and Sanders because the situation is so bad. I mean, it's one thing for the president to have a hard line about immigration. It's another thing for day after day for us to be talking about filthy conditions, and no soap. And he knows that that's not I think from an optics point something that is sustainable. And so that's why you hear the rhetoric about the children and him trying to put a little bit of daylight in their awful. This is going on in the United States of America. Everybody standby. 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With our correspondents and our analysts and Laura Jarrett in a new court filing prosecutors now, alleged that Republican congressman Duncan Hunter of California used campaign funds to pay for expenses related to five five extramarital affairs. Hus- strong is their case, anytime. A sitting member of congress is complaining about a political prosecution. When the Justice department is run by his own party, you know, things gone downhill, and, and the indictment escaping. I mean we've we've seen this it's detailed. It's not just extramarital affairs. It's things like Uber. Rides. It's tuition payments. He was using according to the prosecutor's campaign money for everything personal imaginable, and his wife has now flipped on him. So we'll see what happe- while Brady was the prosecutor. Cool is ready to plead guilty. Not a good sign because she was obviously intimately involved in all of the bookkeeping here. So they have a very strong case. It doesn't mean he won't have a defense and he. At the White House today. So to the extent that he has suffered from this, he's still a member of congress. He's he will have a robust defender medal of honor ceremony at the White House that he was invited. He's in Iraq war vet. He's a member of congress. He serves on on committees that certainly are relevant and Laura just explained he's trying to say this is all a smear campaign. This is all political. I did nothing wrong, and so his MO is business as usual, so given that, that that is strategy. It's not surprising that he showed up at the White House. I mean the there's some much here and there's so many details in these court filings, it's hard to believe as you. So rightly said particularly since this is the Trump Republican Justice department. This is a Republican member of congress that they'd that there is a real political witch hunt going on against one of their own. Mentioned gloria. She recently changed her north of not guilty guilty and she's cooperated. Right. And she was the one is he pointed out when he threw under the bus. She was the one who did the books. And so now the fact that she's flipped and I'm just wondering out here, whether the fact that this money was spent for extramarital affairs etcetera etcetera may have something to do with it just, just raising that possibility that she has flipped and is now willing to testify against him, just want to correct that he was actually kicked off of the oversight committee's he is still an Iraq war vet. He's a member of congress, but he does his them for Ryan Lissa. Let's turn to the criticism of the democratic presidential front runner. Joe Biden by the president of the United States. Listen to what he said in his interview with the hill. Listen to this, I think he can only go down. I don't think he's going up. He's he doesn't have he doesn't have look. There's something different. He's a different person than he was four or five years ago. And he wasn't so hot four or five years ago. There is. Something going on that brand of this. I mean what do you think ways? Classic Trump and trying to raise these issues about, you know, maybe his health or whatever you know, same thing he did with Hillary Clinton. I, I think strategically. It is mind boggling, that Trump continues to help Joe pie in the way that he does. Because look Biden's whole campaign is very simple. He's the most famous democrat in the race running against a lot of people who are not that familiar to even to democratic voters. Right. And he talks about two people Donald Trump and Barack Obama, he condemns one and hugs, the other, and every time that Trump goes after Biden, it makes it more difficult for Democrats to go after behind in, because they don't want to be seen as piling on. And it plays right into Baden strategies. So I think from the Biden camps perspective. They, you know, they can Trump can say anything they want about Biden during this democratic primary, it fits completely. In his strategy to ignore his opponents and just focus on the president clearly glory. The presidency's Biden us potentially a huge threat in some blue collar states like Pennsylvania, or Michigan for yourself. And that's why he's trying to diminish him what is stunning to me said he keeps throwing these insults at Biden that can be flipped on their head and turned around and used against him. I mean, don't forget, this is a president who said, okay, I'm going to take a test about my mental acuity, because all of you people have been talking about it. And then the test showed the we were shown that he was just fine. But a why would you try elevate Biden as, as Ryan says, but BYU something like this, which can which can be turned around so easily against you in a general election campaign, we've reported several times that his aides, some, some of his aides are frustrated that he doesn't just yes, I've talking about Biden, having fed that I'm also told that he is. He the president is convinced by we'll be opponent, and he wants to get ahead. Start on weakening. We'll see you live tweets. We'll see if he lied during the bay who could stand by. There's more news. We're following the twenty twenty Democrats jostles to stand out from the crowd. Senator Elizabeth Warren reveals get another detailed policy proposals. Hey, it's Howard Beck. And I've got Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated on Bleacher reports. The full forty eight. There's no pressure on David Griffin right now to make the playoffs of wind right away. You've got the next franchise player in Zion Williamson, so check out the full forty eight now on the Bleacher report app. Or subscribe at apple podcasts. Senator Elizabeth Warren today issued yet another inner series of detailed policy proposals. This time dealing with election security, and voter fraud. This comes as she and the nearly two dozen other democratic presidential candidates. They're jostling to stand out from the crowd. Let's bring CNN's Ryan nobles. He's working the story for us, right? What is the latest, you know? Well, I know it seems like this democratic primaries been going on for quite some time, but I had a senior can't mate campaign aide, tell me last night, that everything up until this point has been like spring training, many of the campaigns view this week's upcoming debates as the moment when the primary really begins, and they are going to great lengths to seize the moment. The countdown is on to the first primary debates and the democratic hopefuls are working hard to shape the narrative before the first question is even asked today. We are, in fact, offering a revolutionary proposal in the days leading up to their first face-off several candidates have rolled out policy proposals designed to drive the debate ahead of her campaign event. In south Florida today policy pay Senator Elizabeth Warren unveiling yet another plan aimed at protecting US elections writing in a medium post, quote enough is enough. It's time to make high quality voting in the greatest democracy in the world. Easy convenient and professional Warren, is it alone in the policy. Push progressive rival Bernie Sanders introduced a plan Monday to eliminate the student loan debt of every American all student debt would be cancelled and six months. Meanwhile Aurora is. Calling for a new war tax on those who have not served to help support veterans. We have to do much more for the veterans who have served this country for other candidates who've struggled to gain traction, the debate offers a chance at a breakout moment. Cory booker's campaign, issuing a memo that says the debate will be a chance to quote introduce himself for the first time too many democratic voters, Ohio congressman Tim Ryan currently near the back of the pack says the debate presents both an opportunity and a challenge literally going to be speed dating with the American people. And so within one minute, you've got to leave some impression, with them about who you are where you come from and what you stand for one candidate though, who's familiar with the primary debate stage is the current front runner. Joe biden. The former vice president has been spending time studying his long record preparing for it to come under attack. Although he has been less focused on big policy rollouts and one thing we aren't seeing a lot of these candidates. Prepare mock debates with ten candidates per night, and several moderators. It makes it impossible to truly simulate the experience and given the fact that many of these candidates have never participated in a forum like this before wolf it could make for a very unpredictable event. There will be plenty more debates down the road as well. Ryan nobles. Thank you very much for that coming up thirties, just finished a news conference about a university student who's been missing now for more than a week, standby. We have new information. Hi everyone. It's poppy Harlow in this week's episode of boss files and exclusive interview with Google CEO. Sundar Pichai, his remarkable story growing up in India with little access to technology to landing the top job at Google job. He'd never raised his hand for for the first time Google response to news of a possible anti-trust investigation of the company and lawmakers calls to break up big tax, plus his pledge to do more to curb the spread of disinformation, and he on YouTube. We sat down with him at Google data center in Pryor, Oklahoma. Or the company is adding hundreds of jobs, as it invests across the midwest subscribed to boss files today, and listen to our exclusive interview with Google CEO. Sundar chai. Following breaking news in Utah, where there's growing concern about a university of Utah student vanish more than a week ago. Thirties finished a news conference just a short time ago. Let's bring in. C. N N's Brian. Todd Brian tell us more. Well, if police releasing new information to us just moments ago, including new images of this young woman MacKenzie Luek arriving at the Salt Lake City airport. Just before she vanished tonight. Police are scrambling to find out if she is in danger or if she wanted to disappear. Mackenzie. Lewis friends say her recent silence is out of character to retouched me, stab shot and spend anything as very unlike her very uncommon. She's usually in touch with me almost every day. That's why Salt Lake City police say they are engaged in an urgent search for the Twenty-three-year-old university of Utah student whose disappearance a week ago is steeped in mystery McKenzie. And the case you just want to be left alone. Please let us know you're safe Salt Lake City. Police tells CNN Lewis phone has been turned off since the morning, she went missing and they're concerned, she's gone off the grid. Police tell. C N, N Luek returned to Salt Lake City early on Monday, June seventeenth from California where she'd gone to attend her grandmother's funeral today. Police released new photos time, lapse images of Luek at Salt Lake City international airport. They say when she landed there, she texted, her parents at to a one in the morning to tell them she'd arrive. Police say she got off the plane at two nine in the morning and got into a lift at two, forty that's where police say things become murky police now say Luek took the lift from the airport to hatch park in north Salt Lake City about twenty minutes away arriving at the park just before three o'clock in the morning where she got into another vehicle with a person. She appeared to know the lift driver lift MacKenzie, yet, the part with that person and stated that MacKenzie did not appear to be in any type of distress. But police, tell C. N N, they don't have a description of the other driver, or even the vehicle that Lewis got into, they lift driver, probably saw no reason to commit to his memory, the description of the car on a daily basis probably have a variety of different encounters with his clients. Therefore may not necessarily be unusual. Police say their search for surveillance footage near the park. Has so far. Come up empty, the lift driver and the company have been cooperating with police friends. Tell CNN MacKenzie. Lou has now missed an important college exam and a flight back to California, which they say is not like her tonight. Her friends are grasping for answers might have been meeting. Someone there? I just don't see any other reason as to why she would be there at that time. Police say so far they have no evidence that MacKenzie Luek has been harmed. But they can't be sure if she is in danger, or if she wanted to disappear if this is a secret situation, she does not want family or France to know about it, then it makes it very difficult. And there are limits to what law enforcement can do to try to locate her Salt Lake City. Police meanwhile tells CNN that MacKenzie Luke's dating situation or possible use of dating apps, and her presence on social media or major focus of this investigation. They say she was previously known to police regarding three incidents in the past two of those were minor, but one of them was an assault a year ago, police would not say whether she was a victim in that incident or otherwise involved, but they say no charges were filed and they believe none of those three incidents are connected to her. Appearance, very interesting. Brian, what if she were to contact police somehow and tells them she doesn't want people to know where she is a little Phil Ritchie? The former DC police detective we spoke to says, in many police departments as in DC's, they are required to notify her family that she has. All right. That is it. They were instructed not to tell family and friends where she is or who she is with if she does not want that information out there or Brian, thanks very much. Brian Todd reporting still ahead. Breaking news. President Trump says he's very concerned about conditions on the border where more than one hundred migrant children have been returned to what had been a crowded unsanitary facility. The manhunt for the Golden State killer is over. And there's a suspect in custody. How did law enforcement finally ID him after searching for over forty years, who exactly is the suspect that Joseph James Dangelo? How did he fly under the radar for decades? And what are some of the victims and their families saying about the arrest? I'm Biagio Messina and I'm joke Vinci's and those are some of the questions, we explore an all new episodes of unmasking killer. Subscribe now at apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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"Hey, what's up everyone? The boys of last podcast on the left here. You're you want to tell you about our new specialty filmed it in Chicago. It was an unbelievable experience and you can enjoy it as well. Go to WWW dot last podcast live dot com. Don't forget to put the WWW. W we're going in the way, we backed machine all the way to two thousand one technological glitch that we're trying to get tech support for just better the WWW WWW. No place to escape tunes used the loss. Todd cast on the left side stories. Cannibalism started. Man, twenty nineteen off to new year, my friend. Oh, yeah. Buddy. Dick, Clark style. I am feeling it, man. Dick clark. What a handsome Frankenstein. He was leave. He finally died. How many people did it take to kill him? No, no age killed Mr Clark. And the sad thing is if you go back and watch his final countdown. It really is final countdown because he can't count down from ten anymore. He stumbles around seven jumps to four goes back to eight. It's got a confusing, but they still clap for him, which I think was really nice when they have imprompt up by two of those one of those horses that they do like what you'd have where you'd put up the blockade for parades short like Horsely cops. I if this things that it's him on either side, and we're going. All right. You'll got it dick. He's a legend. Welcome to last podcast on the left side stories. We're going to hype stories we have a fun episode. I think or not I don't know. We're going to do when it comes down to like kid. Does it always have to be fucking fun? I don't know me. And it just be real be raw. Yeah. You want to get you wanna get real world with it. When we we're gonna stop being polite and start getting real, absolutely. I want us to be put in a hot tub together enforced by producer to drink until we wake up in a bed next to each other. I have been getting very deep into the move on field manual. Okay. That's good. That's good. And a part of it is technically there is a I'm supposed to not disclose. What's inside this manual? Okay. But just disclose it because I'm sure you can Google it and find it and see all the details. It's actually hard to find for NOP behind a paywall. They did a good job with that. Because. A lot of it's you have to make a lot of promises very up top. There's a lot of forms that you have to look at that says like, but they do treat you within the move on world. It's not even a bid where it's like they believed that the lanyard should be able to get you on a crime scenes. And are you showing whole fun or you joined in a Colt right now? Because if you're going to join one just bite the bullet and do Scientology it'll help rear its pilot season. Go out there. You could be the wacky neighbors. Man. I wish man I wish I had that kind of fucking scratch dude, that's big that's big time scratch, but the with Mathon one of the chapters, and I'll break they'll break the code it straight up says it's got like a breakdown manual of how you as a VIP field investigator should go about removing alien implants from the bodies of people. Okay. Well, let's just it. It doesn't seem safe. This seems in the realm of someone who is sort of a, you know, a not doctor, but I can give you a silicone but implant like doesn't seem day. Henry. It's very casual it's definitely putting more on the emphasis of a doctor as someone who's like a puppeteer of the. Human meat form, someone that is who job is essentially, I'm a butcher. But I I think that things in the manual to be taken with a grain of salt. But a lot of the math, and there is very thick. And once I really wrap my head around it. I'm certain I'll be smarter. Oh, right. Well, you'll definitely have more information in an strangely. It might make you dumber. Because that's also possible which is quite possible. Yeah. All right. I am Ben. That's n Travis start. You might hear him talk as well. Quick updates. Evidently on the show that we did before the new year we predicted no celebrity deaths immediately two of our childhood icons two of our favorites. Super Dave Osborne dies and then the greatest broadcaster in wrestling history, meaning Oakland all sides. So we didn't we didn't get that. Right. But then again, like, you know, everyone's a celebrity these days. Everybody's everybody gets their fifteen minutes because soldier but heavens a little bit funner today, isn't but super. Dave Vulcan whole areas. Bob, Einstein Einstein I think it's Brown's Einstein. Okay. Because he and he's out of Brooks's rather. They he is a funny motherfucker his his normal Donald appearance on live, and and every single appearance of super Dave on the Gilbert Godfried podcast. Yes. Fucking gold. The one issue. I do have to take with the obituaries when it comes to mister Einstein is they say curb Yoon curb your enthusiasm, actor, you know, has Einstein has died. It's super Dave Osborne. That's who died not crashing through is. Yes. Actor who cares? This is the part of the this is the part of the show where we become more isolated from her audience L about it's super date. That's how did seventy seven small support your comedy. This trip as long as we don't start yelling about seventeen seventy six. We'll command again, I think we're still going to be okay. Alright. Also, weird back from our listeners when it comes to bullets in a fire of apparently, they do go off, and I guess not quite as dangerous than if it's in a gun. But well, I got a good God a good breakdown from a listener again. I don't know if he does not say explicitly, I could say his name. Okay. Don't you? I won't say it. So I won't necessarily necessarily say it, but he was so this is from him. I was in the army for eight years when I was in Afghanistan in one of our vehicles was hit by enemy rounds and caught fire and the ensuing. Fire in Gulf the entire vehicle after the fire. Burn out. My unit was directed to bring the vehicle back to our base later. We had to go inside the vehicle to make sure that the radios and other sensitive equipment was removed. This took place his days after it cooled down the steel actually retain heat longer than any of us expect. It it and we couldn't enter for over a day and the section of the vehicle that we store extra ammunition all of the initial exploded or cooked off as we call it. I was surprised to see that the projectiles. The bullet portion of the munition was still laying on the shelves. But that the brass's cases were gone after after a big search, we found that the brass cases were scattered throughout the inside of the vehicle mostly on the full mostly on the floor, peeled out and deformed from exploding and move as popular culture. It's assumed that the bullet is part of the flies. But it turns out when they're round of ammunition is loose. I e not in the barrel of a gun. The bullet self doesn't move very far, but the very much lighter. Brass casing is the part that explodes. So basically explodes Italy's a of bullets. That's cool. We're all learning little shrapnel. I guess still dangerous not as dangerous, of course, if it was in going down to barrel of a gun. But there we go. We're learning together. That's why we do ju tain -ment. We're edgy -tainer, speaking, speaking of edgy. Moment. I want to thank everyone who has gone out and bought our special. You can find it at WWW now that stands for the World Wide Web. Do you remember this when it was surfing the web is our feminine net. I surf the net, man. I get wet every night. I I don't want to know any more details on that disgust. Instead. It's so search WWW last podcast live dot com. Check out the special it's six dollars and sixty six cents. Thanks so much for your great responses, thus far and DMS on Instagram, and we'll make sure to put your if I find it. We we get a lot. So I'm sure some have phone through the cracks. But I would like to put those into my story and and give a little shout out. So thank you all so much, and that special is going to be there all year long. So and we'll have another one for you at the end of this year and is not a bit. You got to put the W W it's thousand six and what? And if you do put the WWW near you, put your put your snail mail address on there. Cd ROM of AOL. So that you can then upload it to the proper areas the bulletin boards. My gun AOL. I just got my encyclopedia Britannica this is sue eat. I'm gonna learn so much from these books. Don't you fuck and talk shit about that? That's how I learned what masturbation was and that's how I learned how to shave wait. You wit second. You went to the dictionary to figure out what masturbation is you. Couldn't figure this out on your own. When I was a boy right now is learning. I knew something had to be done with my dick, right? We're going to get true crime story here at a second. But okay. So yeah. At six years old when penis was really attack is like really getting a lot of my mental attention getting hard. And I didn't understand it. And I never to what I never was one of those boys that thought like their penis was broken. I was like this is hard and it's hard for a purpose. And I know that for a fact because when I rub it at the edge of the tub, I feel good, right? And so it I. I'd do is. I'd form a cloud of bubbles in the bath thing. And then that's what how I could. Do. I stick my dick and not was happening. And then like, so perverted bird flying through the clouds. Yes. Thinking that you could come from the clouds like birds. That's clouds birds. Fuck oh, the clouds until they get hard. And then they fuck each other. I don't know if that's true. No. I don't think it is. But all right and jewtown -ment, but I got out the heard the term masturbation from somewhere, I think it was me some sex Ed class in elementary school or something. And then I looked it up in a I looked it up an encyclopedia, and it said manual are seen. Remember, it was like manual administration of a of your sexual parts. And I get I didn't truly understand. What was until I started trying surfaces. Now, it's like seven or eight years old. I'm trying serve this as Robin various services and oh closed a loop. You you gotta do up top and on. Underneath it. You're the boy from happiness that disgusting movie. Yes. Yes. He's also been a rap ever since. I don't know what they teach you in your queens school. If you're six years old, and they're giving you sex, Ed training. I'm going to say that's a little young when I was growing up in Wisconsin. They didn't even let us know they they just said that thing was another toe, and they know that it could do anything until I was at least twenty eight I had one of the best teachers in the world about masturbation a guy by the name of pedestrian jumping. He used to come on the house, and I got to meet all of them him L Roker, David Dinkins whole crew, man. All right, boys club, they call themselves. They don't know how you brought David and L Roker. All right. Well, we have a couple of updates. These are shows. These are subjects that we covered in our show the first one interestingly enough, speaking of New Year's it happened. I believe on during a New Year's parade involving Shinrikyo. Well, we're going to say it's a little bit on the limb of that, it's involving Shing. Okay. Oh, but it is interesting nine heard. It's a car Rams into New Year's crowd on famed Tokyo street at least nine people have been injured one seriously when a driver deliberately plowed his car into a crowd, celebrating New Year's Eve along a famous street and Japan's capital. The sheet was the the fashion district of Tokyo, the HARA Juku and ten minutes past midnight. And the driver identified as Kazuhiro Kusakabe was arrested on the scene on suspicion of arrested murder, and according to the national broadcaster NHK he told police he was acting in retribution for the death penalty giving no precise details. Now, what we know for a fact is that the Japanese government. Murdered murdered executed fifteen people last year and thirteen of those were the members of Enrico now a bit he did this as a sort of revenge movement in the name of Shimrikyo, but he would not purposely name it to the piano. That's interesting now because they finally killed Shoko Asahara as we joke about it in our special. You can hear it in. You could hear it. They hung him which gave him one last chance a chance to levitated which he'd could not do down is it possible? Now with the hanging that he has become more of a deity that thou option Rikio is going to have a resurgence. There's going to be you know, because now it's sort of everything old is new again. Maybe I would like you to think that I think that especially this young man would like you to think that, but I don't know if it has much of a reach. I know that they still have cells that are alive. I know that they're trying to keep his. Memory alive. I think this technically does help towards making him immortal making him a martyr. But they the Japanese government seemed pretty into the idea of really compressing that you don't want that to be. They don't want him to be a super mortar. Which is why they kill them so fast without any sort of pageantry shirt. You know, I'm a little sick this. You don't want him a little sick of this. I'm going to be like that dude from sixty minutes. What was that Mickey Rooney? No Haley ruin. Maybe Mickey Rooney what an incredible Asian actor of the nine thousand nine hundred. Problematic. Roles in hindsight. Title. I am sick of these people driving their cars into crowds. That's what I'm gonna say it here. I know it's a blowout dance. That's really brain. I know it happened in Charlottesville. There was another dude here in Times Square drive in his car into a crowd killed somebody for Michigan. You get out of your car. You gotta go fisticuffs getting getting someone's face. I mean, it's just the weakest possible way to create havoc and possibly kill someone. I don't like it. The do it. I believe car violence should only be done against cars. I agree that if if you're going to have tack other people or other objects with your car needs to be other cars, I am one of those believed that warfare should in many ways should be even unless they are enemies than need to be stamped out in the night because certain people do need to be wiped out in the night. And I have a list of them. I share. I know I wrote it down and my diary, and I keep it there. It's a little list. And it's it's it's long it's getting longer. But when it comes to your cars, I think that it should be Carver says car, my new car a new car and this things can be built to attack others on the road yet. But I'm not going to run through crowds because crowds are trying to have a good time. I like crowd around their feet. They don't get the wheels. It's not right with crafts. Absolutely. Also, there's a new movie coming out called Bumblebee and that fun. Alright. That's a car. Okay. Good, man. Good. Not going to see it. As a matter of fact, twitchell Mark twitchell, the dude we're covering this week and last week last podcast on the left proper. He was a big fan of Bumblebee. And I think it's really bringing down the street credit of that transformer twitchell might be the biggest debate we've ever covered as we talk about on the show. And it's just the things that he liked are now, downgraded in my mind by at least ten tomatoes to go on the tomatoes. Who does the voice for Bumblebee? Oh, I have no idea is will Wilfredo will. It's so as he is this the original guy. I love old of voice of voice, actor guys 'cause they look fucking hilarious. Oh, yeah. In the wild where we're at. That's well, we'll freydl was the voice of Bumblebee, I guess in the new cartoons. And we'll freydl also the older brother in boy meets world love boy, Ming Orel to tell you. What though time is not being friendly to him. That's okay. Time won't be friendly to any of us. Doing time. We have a story here. This is an update on Charles Manson's followers. I mean, how many more followers do we have here of the Manson clan. The two gals are still alive. And this dude Robert boasts boast delay Bosa lie Bosa lay selen-selena Soleil, Robert Busa light. Now, this duty seventy one years old. He's been incarcerated for around fifty years. He killed this musician. The dude's name was Gary hinman, and he tortured them for several days. Anyway, he is up for parole in your home state of California, or at least or current resident state of California. They rejected him previously eighteen times. But it looks like he may be getting out this time. As there's only one more hearing that he has to go through. And if they say, you're free to go, we got one of Manson's followers back on the streets. I tell you what they do though in California is that they don't really do death penalty here. But what they do is they feed you what enough carbs that you get slightly bloated. And then it's like you're invisible. Yeah. Don't exist. You're done air done. I do think are you one of those. Do you believe that he is already at he served enough time? Do you think that his his crimes should be forgiven? Well, you know, the thing is about this. You know, me I believe in redemption stories fifty years is a long time. Of course, you loved three to crease. I did and creed the band because aren't they they're all about redemption that did Scott stapp lost his mind many many years ago, and I think you probably naked in the street screaming about something right now. Progressive. We got Debra Tate. Now, she is the sister of Sharon. She is going. She goes to all of the parole hearings. She's she's has a quote here. She says he is still very dangerous. She goes on to say, Gary hinman was was his friend music teacher his peer she continues. He viciously killed him. This is not a nice guy. No save to say. Yeah. And of course, Tate's you operates a site advocating for the continued incarceration of Manson's followers. But now we have a situation where the due to seventy one years old you look at Gary hinman. I mean, the guy is maybe one hundred pounds soaking wet, obviously, a brutal murder dudes been there for fifty years in prison. The guy who killed him Robert boosts lay Busa lay. I'm going to say that that's a doozy. Because obviously, you know, it's going to negatively affect the family even more of these people. But is he still the question is is this dude a threat to society? Well, seven years old. I would say probably not the problem is that when you're part of like for me, the problem is when you're part of like a symbolic crime that sort of defined era. Right. That's what's hard is that releasing him in many ways seems to forgive the entire Manson family for what happened and draws Manson. And what they did was both. It wasn't just a funeral for those people which is true. They also killed any idea of the hippie movement. They destroyed the D wonder and magic of sixties issued in the dark nineteen seventies. What they what their chapter in America is like, unfortunately, it's suppose. To be there till like learn this concept of oh, if you want a peaceful utopian just know there's going to be a bunch of fucking worms or to try to flip that for their own year, two genders, and that's the problems that we let him go. Then it's like, we are forgiving Charles me. Well, interestingly enough, so the dude was sent in this. I'm I'm gonna call him boozy. He was Santa boasting Busey Hughes sentence in one thousand nine hundred seventy to death that was later overturned in seventy three but another member of the Manson family, Leslie, Van Houten, Leslie Van Houten. She was recommended for parole in September in could be freed as early as later this month. So we could have to Manson followers on the street. I mean, if Leslie Van Houten is out now, she actually was there for the gutting of Sharon Tate, and the murder of her child and share, and she was, you know, do we have a double standard? I think if you let Leslie out you got to let you gotta let Busey out the Manson family. Once they're all dead. Because now that Manson is dead. It seems like the pressure is coming off on all of their parole hearings. Yeah. I think now that he's gone day. That's like that was the phantom that they had built up in the first place. He was the head of the snake. So it's all I think that there was almost like a weird little fear that parole boards even had up to this point. Oh, totally Charles Manson could still activate these sleeper cells at Enright all these seventy year old sleeper cells to basically just take time at the gilson's. I is that what they wanted. I mean, they're of the age where literally they'll just go to sleep. But that's okay. I mean, so I don't know that. But that's a let us know what you think about that should Busey. Should he be getting out should Leslie Van Houten getting out beginning out, or is that suit much of a burden on the family specifically when it comes to Debra Tate and her organization because I understand their anger that is for certain. But the question did they serve there? Time. And should they have the should they have the the gift of dying in a comfortable bed somewhere because you know, people are going to do a go fund me like when Leslie Van Houten gets out. There's going to be some people out there who are like come stand. Our house like come live with us for a while. Same thing with Bowe say there's chance they David was speaking tour, they literally could make hundreds of thousands of dollars doing a collegiate will maybe not a college speaking her. But maybe on a college that it's quite possible. But also these people are not built for the outside world more. They are completely. What's the term? Well, they've they have become broken by the by the prison system. They're fully institutional fully now list, they're fully institutionalized. Or now in good. They are there. They have no clue what it's like to make it on the outside. You're seven years old you get three hots ikat for fucking forty fifty years. Right. So now, you're going to get you're going to come out there. What does the seventy five year old you're going to like what are you gonna do? You're gonna come soundcloud rapper you. I mean, I don't know if they can deal with getting a face tattoo with this point. But you know, again, I tell you what could go on. They would definitely go on podcasts would be. Dan. I will it'll cost me it'll cost you five hundred dollars. If you want my, you know, whatever because their stories haven't been fully told by from their own perspective yet, you know. So it's true. Who I believe that that's true? And they'll probably have a book deal and shit like that. Because they can't that's the only way they would probably be able to make it on the outside world in terms of making any sort of money. I imagined that they would get out of jail in two days later. They would literally just died. It's possible. It's possible. It's hard out there. All right. Well, let's tell y'all story. Let's go to Utah. This dude. This is about conspiracy theories. And this is about arguments, and I just want to say this up top never get into a fight over conspiracy theories. No UTA man bites off chunk of another man's ear after arguing over conspiracies a conversation about conspiracy theories escalated to to a physical altercation where a man allegedly bit off a chunk of another dude's ear at the north Salt Lake home at a north. Salt Lake home. This was on New Year's day. This New Year's Eve and New Year's day was pretty eventful. The a lot of people had some moves going through their systems court court records indicate the ordeal began in a family party where several adults were in a hot tub. Ooh that family. Oh, yeah. Brian. Which conspiracy theories they were fighting over. Yes, I really did to that right here at a second. Brian David boy, accused forty three years old got a can't stop thinking to those old people. What was it About Schmidt About Schmidt debates? Oh, yeah. She's a she's a wonderful person. My God what a hot tub scene. Brian, david. Boy, he's a forty three year old dude he became upset. We'll talk about quote, big banking and essentially conspiracy theories, according to a probable cause statement apparently one of the adults in the hot tub works for a Bank and became the target of a heated conversation with Boyack boy began packing up his things to leave as the other members of the group retreated to the house. This is according the victim stated that he had locked boy outside because he was quote acting crazy. He stated that he was also worried that Boyack would try to drive after he had been drinking also stated that boy picked up picked up a patio furniture chair. And began hitting the front of the house windows with it a detective wrote. So the male victim opened up the front door to tell boy to stop hitting the housed with a chair. Lone fight a whole chunk of his ear off will that's when boy physically attacked him man pinned him to the ground. And evidently, this is where the state the the victim says he started he stated he was trying to push boy off of him. Then he bit his left ear, very hard. He stated that boy a bit of a large part of his ear, and according to the detective. Who was able to view the ear it left a huge chunk of missing flesh. So the him, and he got very serious about the big banking and conspiracy theory and this guy, but the sad thing is this guy probably worked as a mid level dude at a chase. And he just really got fended that this guy was making fun of his industry. I don't know if it's that. It sounds like it's the opposite. It sounds like a man was truly onto something. And he was into he was in a group, and you were in the hot tub, and unfortunately, though, as as I'm going to say this from personal experience, you can feel in a room, you could feel the vibe of a group when you have taken a conversation past the point where it's hot tub conversation. Yeah. Uncomfortable or fun where you alienate everybody, and they're just again in a hot tub on New Year's day. Maybe sipping a little bit of wine trying to have family tiny is that you should be slickened the wheel. Heels to get a swap going right at this point. Now what the conversation should be doing. You got a bunch of consenting adults in hot tub, everybody's feed or touching. Oh, yeah. You could maybe see Deborah in a bikini for the first time. Maybe she's been working out since she's had decayed, right? She's looking good. This really is a time to be like, let's say in sensual things stuff like R Kelly was wrong and everybody agrees. Right. Course could do good big topics right fun and make you look like a normal person. But I also truly understand though Kissel. What's that he was a roar scores stirs on earth? He was on a roll and scorched earth policy is sometimes SRI important as the really the only way to sometimes show. How serious you are. And how serious the topic should be taken. Sometimes, unfortunately, you gotta turn it up to thirteen. Well, I know of twenty years, you don't have to seem like it, doesn't it seems like the conversation was more just mildly annoying. And then it. Really spun out of control when he took the lawn furniture and started hitting a house because they weren't taking him seriously. No respect they were. They were they were in the middle of plan human soup. They were in a hot up, which by the way. I think is the most disgusting part of this whole story hot tubs your cesspool for germs and disease. You know, not with other people in them that you're ridiculous. It's a sign of wealth. That's a sign of comfort. It's incredible. It is literally like being in a hot toilet with a group of elderly people take in gotta take care of that. No, you gotta take care of it. It needs to be outdoors to needs to be nice deck. No or hot tubs. No, no. That's disgusting. That's disgusting. Because then the wallpaper starts peeling off the walls from say always have a fantasy by getting a hot tub in the middle of our living room like in the apartment and just seeing all the all the pictures wilt out of their frames comes out moist. It is inside the apartment you sell. It sounds good idea. Kramer from Seinfeld would come up with that. He did actually keep did. I think he did. But it's important sometimes for people to see what lines you willing to cross now. Seriously, you really gonna take yourself that line in the sand needs to be a little deeper because Kissel was ruined hot tub night. Which again, God knows what was going to happen. There could have been three affairs started that night. And he is in the book. I am not saying he is correct. I'm not saying that he is correct in ruining the vibe. I am saying though, unfortunately, and I am I am personally twenty nineteen. I'm trying to aggressively be more positive. Okay. I'm trying to take my take my positively more. Seriously, tried any more positive in general. Okay. But I do understand that sometimes I'm walking scenario, and all these people these strangers are just meant they don't know that I have been waging a war inside of my own brain day until I arrived and you'll time. But unfortunately, in my mind, I'm in laugh ghanistan ready to lay down the law. I don't care if some civilians get franked will it doesn't seem like they were they were fairly. I think they were all like, friends and family know, it was bad moment for him. Yes. Should not have done this then, but I do understand once it lights yellow, and it's going read there's not a lot you can do. And if you're already going seventy five right, and they'll and the yellow stirred into read. This is my thirty five year old father visited my metaphor. Right. Sometimes you gotta bust that light. And you don't know who is the thing on other side of that light. Well, the cop. Sometimes the fucking priest and sometimes you can roll over that priests in your fucking Subaru outback if you got to sometimes you get t-boned by another car that has you know, maybe doing something not illegal. And then it has an innocent victim. Isn't that victims innocent victim? This sort of side stories is brought to you by Robin Hood, Robin Hood is an investing app that lets you buy and sell stocks ETF's options and cryptos all commissioned fray robinhood strives to make financial services work for everyone. Not just the wealthy. I was really excited to have Robin Hood support this show because before Robin Hood, I had never invested in my life. I was worried as a stock market newcomer. I'd get intimidated right away. But Robin Hood is great for rookies. Like me. 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It turns out there's a lot of things that happened in house. Okay. This next story. Now, we are this is very serious number one. This story is a serious story. So we will not we will never make fun of the victims. We never do. Now. There is a dude he is a democratic super donor. His name is Ed buck. Now evidently last year. He he he has a thing. Henry can get the more details here as well. But he has a fetish I guess of picking up young African American men drugging them and then having sex with their bodies, extremely vile extremely illegal and horrible last year a individual overdosed. They said it was accidental. So the police were like, okay, Mr. buck. It's all good. Don't let it happen again. Well, we'll guess what it happened again. So twice in two years. A young African American man overdosed on heroin in bucks house, and he has still not been charged with any kind of crime whatsoever. Now, according to add buck, his what he just loves people, and he low helping people. So when he said is that when you is that what he says about how this why this is fine because he wants to people. Yes. And about the two thousand seventeen. Visit in two thousand sixteen he met the young man. His name was I believe Jamal. I believe it is pronounced Jamal more. He felt that he needed to take care of this young man, he brought him into his home. And then it seems to be then accidentally died of a meth overdose inside of his apartment evenly found all the paraphernalia Gordon at buck. Would he said was that? Well, I invited this man in my home to rehabilitate him and help him, but his habits followed him inside. But what he did not know Moore wrote a diary the whole time. And he said, quote, I've become addicted to drugs and the worst one at that. Ed buck is the one to think he gave me my first injection of crystal meth, according to Lieutenant Derek all for it. He says this regarding how this could happen twice. He says it is suspicious that is suspicious that this has happened twice now. So we're conducting Yarrow investigation to determine if it's criminal in nature. I am not a detective, but I would say. Sniffer out. Just do some do. A little sniffing around put you'll detective knows on sniff sniff around because if he is supplying these kids or young men with drugs, and they just all happened to be dying not to mention the drugging and having sex with their bodies, which is a crime, which we don't own this, Sarah Lee, if that is fed is finished, but it's it has been pointed towards it. That is yes his fetish. And then he likes to and check them in the I don't know what he does with them. What I want them. Just look at too because they said paraphernalia was found in the house. And he's like, well, he brought his habit into my home. And if there's like a single like for some reason, I imagine Ed buck has like a meth pipe Cousy. Like, he's the guy who has a sort of like the various paraphernalia where it's not even just paraphernalia. It's got like holders fort like the nice stuff. If that is happening verse seeing a meth pipe on a little pillow. That is not that person. Fault. That is Ed books fault rush. He has all of the accessories to go with his drug Abbas. So now, there are people who are protesting outside of Ed bucks home. One of those people is jasmine Caddick, a political activist in South Carolina said that the latest man die in his apartment fit the profile of people who have contacted her with concerns about Mr. buck. She accused Mr. buck of picking up black men outside bars, contacting them, undated, apps and pain for those outside to fly to the state of California is what she said she said he never stops. Most recently a young man he flew in from Minnesota. And sent me his plane ticket showing me the Ed buck had flew him in and that he had been part that he had partied and played with Ed. Buck later later Miscavige added there will probably be some other young men who heads upstairs who has no idea of what happened today. So he seems to be this is the question we had before the show is this, man. A accidental serial killer, or is this really nefarious to the point where he drugs them so much that he knows they're going to die of an overdose. He seems a little Dahmer esque to me, I think that you could say that I think that if you're if you're main fantasies to make a person completely immobile. So that you could do whatever it is that you want with their body there. You're only a couple of steps away from killing them. I think that if that is just your I know that there are people that have the normal could kink of like watching people sleep. But again, if it's actors and actresses and people were like right in a contract, and they have to file a W nine for you to have sex with them while they sleep been great. But when it's nonconsensual you're looking at some of these these fantasies are only going to escalate there only gonna turn into something darker. I think that the sort of the most unfortunate part of this is which is also seems. To be very normal. As all the pictures of Ed buck with Hillary Clinton, and all of these famous Democrats is hanging out folk and eating pizza rolls together, Kate nationally, Olsen commercial will that is true. Mr. Bucky is given quite a bit. Well, he's giving one hundred sixteen thousand bucks overtime to the Democratic Party get fifteen hundred bucks to Barack Obama and almost three grand to Hillary Clinton. Those numbers aren't that high? But there's a lot of rules and regulations. So you can't go crazy. You can give a lot to super PACS, but you can't give a lot to the campaigns themselves. So Mr. buck is also a prominent in the LGBT political circles and ran unsuccessfully for the West Hollywood city council about a decade ago. The I think the reason why we find these type of people in the positions that we find them. So we look at I mean. They say this is fucked. We say like normal, quote, unquote. Pedophilia. They would they do is they purposefully. It is no coincidence that they are quite a few pedophile priests and pedophile scores. And because what you do is you specifically look for positions in which people will automatically give you respect an authority. So that people trust you and also have a hard time going against your word. What we now see is quite often pedophile are deeply embedded in our government because they actually get an extra added benefit of. If I go down a bunch of people go down with me. So now you're forced to protect me. Because I because you've you don't you got a bunch of pictures of Meena room with you and your fucking time bomb in the center of their campaign, though. But of course, Ed buck, not a pedophile because these people were they were older and teat nuts. Not maligned the teachers they're not as the teachers are good Parise. That's not a story be wiped out not wearing the fucking costume, right? All right Hewlett prison. You talked to fuck Jesus Christ. But if you look at people, but then we see kind of where this goes out like I use pedophile in terms of like, the idea of someone that vary dork sexual predilections seem to gravitate towards these jobs. Will this seems to me also it just reminds me of the great Jordan Peele film? Get out this seems to me like a white liberal leg. And we're not getting in the weeds of politics here. But it just seems like he justifies it all because he thinks that his politics outweigh the horrible things. He does to people within his real life. But he'll what else I do. What else I do for society? You look at all these people that then it speaks to your idea that he is a potential budding serial killer, you look at BT K at the same exact mentality right viewed. Oh, but I'm a good father. Oh, but I actually I'm good at my job. I give to the church, I do all this shit. So that evens at. Out because they view life as a series of transactions instead of a flu, which which is how psychopath we'll look I mean, even when it comes to Mark twitchell again, the dude we're covering these next couple of weeks if you do the Google search on them, it's just Canadian filmmaker. Yeah. He's like, no, you're Canadian filmmaker is first of all not true of it was horrible and second of all it's the murder. That's what he is. You know, he's murder, he's immunity. So this is according to this is according to that group who was protesting against Mr. Butler said the reports we have heard provide more questions than answered. And again, the fact that two black men have died, and Mr. bucks home in less than two years is extremely alarming. So yeah. The wills really alarming. I would put it as extremely alarming. I think so it's too. You know what I mean? Because dead it just gets to point like, you, can you really not charge him for anything. I guess you can have. It's just them. If it looks like they did it to selves. I mean, if you get someone I don't know I want to hear from the lawyers out there Email us side stories LP OT L at gmaiLcom if you did someone hooked on drugs. And then that person ends up Odeen. I think it's still that person. It's the responsibility of the individual that died. I that's what I would assume assume that this articles headlines starts with the word. Another black man has died. You can almost you can almost hear the editor sighing as they're typing those words Lord anyway. But I do believe in people's free. Will I don't believe you can really make anybody do anything. I think people are going to do with they're going to do. Anyway, I think it does doesn't help. If you're like, you know. Xia right now if you were high and crystal math, and he's like, yeah. Yeah. But then again in this situation. This guy's got a lot of powers, multimillionaire, you're going to imagine. Maybe you don't come from the greatest economic background. It's it can be overwhelming. And then you don't want to you know, you want to enjoy it. And it could be a wonderful experience. They no problem with with getting having sex with whatever the hell you want to have sex with everything. So they don't know that they're going in to meet with someone who has an affair ES ideas of how to get off sexually. No. And then if you already someone addictive personality that's just that is a death trap for right? And of course, he already are having substance abuse problems. Like that's got to be like you are with this person of authority. They're huge part of your community. There are part of the community there. Do you believe there to protect you you finally in a safe place? And then all of a sudden you're supposed. To be partying with this, dude. Like, it's normal. But you're like why are you doing any crystal meth, and he's like, I'm more of a meth center. I mean, it's it's horrible. And why Jews young African American men because the African American community he knows that. It's not quite as invoked to be openly gay the download community. It's getting much better. But you know, he it seems to me like he is praying on a group of people that he knows for a fact aren't going to go out and rat him out right away. I'm sure everyone that went there has like some weird experience, which is not again that you know, that'll happen. Doing a bunch of drugs with someone would also say in the democratic party's best interest. Maybe get like a Democratic Party consultant like a John Podesta to tell them the tone it down a bit tone it down tone it down bell. Anyway, of course, John Podesta just loves the ANSI art, he loves art. And you know, that's a whole nother. We've talked about that with Jeffrey. Epstein she'll like that for many pedophile. Pedophilia. Some Bryan singer than just went ahead and just fucking won a Golden Globe for this all of that bohemian rhapsody Globes. Just because they cooking made the that little man with the big teeth. Do an exact impression of Freddie, Mercury did not actually perform in that movie. He just literally copied every single movement. The Freddie Mercury did. And I actually did that that's a very big artistic debate about whether or not is that an original acting performance. If you're literally just pu-putting right stacked motions to somebody else does. Well, if you're. In a party in your politician or just a normal person or an actor just ask if you see a bunch of young people around where the come from. Where is coming here? Yes. I are there fucking kids here in the same ship. It's like watching watching your Kelly series, the surviving R Kelly series right same shit, which being like why is there a thirteen year old girl in this room? If I when I walk into a room, and I'm like expecting fucking smoke bunch of weed and hanging out with my friends and hope that this couple of choice, there do all kinds of stuff. And I look and I see a child I'm like get this full kit kit outta here. I don't want him looking at me. No, absolutely not. I mean, that's when you take the joint, and you say look at this see what I'm doing not smoking it. Now, why would I smoke it? And then you give them an education in drug awareness. You're killing my mom. You're killing my fucking vibe child. I need you up. It's not it's not their full or killing. Wants to. Anyway, I haven't watched that yet. I I say this if you're thirteen in you're listening to this never go to recording studio alone. Unless it's with Bruce Springsteen, he only wants to teach you about the road and stories New Jersey, and what it means to know, the heart of America. And of course, the irony is you might be mind-numbingly board. Although Henry, and I would be enamored with everywhere that old man says I don't care about the flag and be like, well, that's will we need to talk to you about the flag. What? Eddie had stories about because Ed Larson for roundtable. He works. Jeff Ross Jeff Ross is really good friends with Eddie Vedder. And they go to Eddie veterans. I was like describing the Natalie and she was just like, oh, oh, yes. She was like we Eddie was like with the Bush gift innumerable world, you go various house got abating cage. Hotdogs if we played. Music in. What was like a ninety cent? I was like that's my fucking dream of where I wanna be Natalie's is rolled. So are they like fell on her fucking head? She's like hearing you are a father. I wanna think candidate for supporting our show. Have you ever had a problem with your teeth? You've always wanted to get fixed. I have an option that can help you won't need to go through the hassle or long term treatment of while braces. 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Candid code dot com slash side, stories, we'll speak into childhood and speaking of baby is this story comes from my home state of Wisconsin. And it's disgusted and really well. Number one, very sad. Another very sad story. It's a true crime podcast. So that'll happen, but police in Wisconsin allege a twenty eight year old babysitter killed a two month old baby boy before concealing his death by dressing him in bulky winter clothes. Strapping him into a car seat and pretending. He was alive will handing him over to his unwitting. Parents. I don't like I don't like the story. I don't know. I think it is. Definitely a sad story. If I do think it was really inappropriate to go to glue the little googly eyes onto the kid because that doesn't make them look alive and makes them look scare. Absolutely. This is disgusting. The woman's name is Marissa teats sort Orissa Tietsort. She was charged with first degree intentional homicide. Yeah. And I just got to say like the balls the balls on this chick to give a dead baby back to the parents. Did she think that they weren't going to realize for like a day? Like, how do you think that this is a good idea? I don't this story is so confusing. It definitely seems like bad improv where she got the kid and. She thought that she could throw to this. She thought she had this kept me. Like, what do I do? What do I do? I put it in a brick batting. And I put it in the bread Beck and act like bread. I put it in redback Lincoln's bread owner. I can't do that put it in a bowl and all back. Oh, this house doesn't have a bowling ball bag. What kind of houses this? This is definitely a bold new entry in the weekend at Bernie's franchise. Is is when the child bearing extremely said the name of Muhtar how dark is that almost couple weekend at Bernie's style with a dead kid around like taking it to Disneyland and shit. Oh, poor baby. Boy Benson was the name of the baby died of blunt force trauma to the head. So this psychopath beat a two month old baby. And it also had he also had damage to the tail Bom. The victim's mother dropped him off at Tietsort's home in wausau, which is about thirty minutes outside of my hometown of Stevens point, Wisconsin. That's where we're used to go to the mall and get all the wrestling t shirts at the Wassim, all they she dropped her off at Tietsort's home in wausau on October eighteenth Tietsort was also asked to babysit the babies the baby boy's older brother, according to the complaint the baby the baby according to the complaint the baby boy. As mother received a text from Tietsort, two hours later. The message alluded to an article that had been posted by a local news website regarding child abuse allegations against her. So this is like straight up, and that rocks, the cradle so she basically the baby has dropped off. And then you imagine being a parent you dropped off your baby. And then two hours later, you get a text with an article about how the person that you just left your baby with isn't a child abuser. This for freaky stuff. What is my what is the way people go about these days choosing a babysitter? Because I know that we're looking for a dog sitter for Wendy. And as far as I'm concerned, if you not like an actual like serving military person or nurse or like someone who is like a frontlines firemen. I won't trust you alone. With my dog. My dog is a very like I'm blaming the parents in this in any way shape before your babysitter. I mean, you not how. I think you have to go to Angie's list, and let's cue up a commercial for Angie's list Angie's list, they don't sponsor the show. They don't they. To fuck it, yo. So she's got milk on it. You got a new panties. Because you're asking me new openness. All right. It will she seems like a wonderful woman, and she has a list and nothing wrong could ever happen. If a person's making a list when the mother met Tietsort at McDonald's, she picked up the three boys. She picked up the boys three hours later teacher allegedly acted like the baby was still alive the complaint alleges that teats where it went swimming at a nearby hotel with her son and boyfriend soon after soon after handed over the dead, baby. So this is horrible. It is it is unfortunate that she would use the time she spent like just with the bundle going like pretending baby noises and shit like at some kind of Robin Williams funny bit with a scarf. It's just your MRs Doubtfire. So the no she is not MRs Doubtfire, the mother. The mom once you got the baby tried to perform CPR and the baby. This is so sad to maybe had ashen ahead an ashen skin tone. She's jaw with clenched. And his lips were blue teach sort said that she babysat the kids, but she said she didn't kill the infant which obviously is not true. Somehow you must have between which is like that doesn't that doesn't happen. No. It does not happen. So anyway, that's that story is careful teacher was arrested at Tober two months after the father of an eleven month old girl. She was babysitting filed a complaint with police alleging his child sustained facial injuries facial injuries. Well in her care. So she is she's a serial killer as well. In the making, right? Yeah. We'll we'll cheese. It's not even that if zero killers have like, it's almost a more empty thing serial killers, a lot of times have like reasons, and they have their own weird validation Bill they build up a story within their head and all that kind of stuff. This is just someone who life meant nothing to her. I guess she looked at it. If all of this was an inconvenience, and hopefully, she disappeared so flee she gets to go into a concrete square and never come out ever again. I hope not because I can't believe we decided to not do the we. Chose that story over the what was it the outback steakhouse story the woman who killed her parents for not taking outback. No, all right. We'll just briefly a woman. So GD kill her. She threatened to kill her parents because they denied her outback steakhouse I again can kind of relate DNA cell surface twenty two story, but the Maryland man charged with fucking of Guinea pig. Mr. gravy Birkin lot. That's the whole story. That is literally the holes in order the public deserves. No alright. So fucked Guinea pig in a target parking lot, easy going to go to jail for torturing an animal, and he was trying to help the animal those who fail to learn history are doomed to repeat it has to tell that story is a good outcome. Mr. gravy, the Guinea pig is recovering nicely. Everything is going to be fine. Only. God deputies eighty patrol officer spoke with the witness who called nine one one to right at several statements. In addition to bending contorted, the animal the woman told officials she watched maquis repeatedly strike the animal enforce its finger into its rectum, the rapid nece. If the movements in the contortionists positions bending squeezing touching. Inserting fingers into the reproductive area. We're horrible DeWitt assume so describe the vomited my guy said you supposed to do general health check once a month, and he's supposed to check the genital region because they can get an impact you literally just got the minutes before. And I was trying to make sure it was comfortable when I noticed the ad is impaction the needed to be cleaned is supposed to clean it area regularly. I know said admin done in a long time that is it's not a frigging shrimp. Okay. You don't got to pull out. Okay. Anyway, that man is disgusting. It's craving just briefly when it comes to the steakhouse yet a seltzer. She started punching her mom. And the she got real pissed because they wouldn't because they wouldn't take her to get a blooming onion at outback apparently seltzer again she began screaming and flipped over. She began screaming and flipped over a large heavy glass. Tabletop breaking it into hundreds of pieces. She continued her rampage through the house flipping over recliners and chairs and tearing up pieces of furniture seltzer then allegedly ripped eight twelve inch decorative night from the wall ran towards her dad and was making slashing motions with the weapon and screeching undergoing to fucking kill you. Honestly at this point. I would just say let's go to outback which she has to understand is that while there are no rules in side of the outback outside the outback there are many rules, one of which being branding a knife. Your as your parents is gonna get you jail time and see what happens. Absolutely. And Leslie just real quick a robot. The the war against the robots by the way, Google Chinese robot dog it is horrified. It makes Boston dynamics looks like it's like a little makes it look like an erector set. I fucking dope. It's not dope. Because there are also doing the system where you have to get credits and stuff if you you know, you have to behave the state and other going to have a little robot dogs. I would do this. If I was running back. It's not I would never want dogs number one thing robots can never be deputized, and you can always hit a robot. That's number one number two robots can never arrest. You detain you in any way. Way. You cannot have that happen. The war against the robots is very real there. Also. It is. I know man. It is. I'm also we need an automation tax. But that's a whole nother thing. Okay. What is this automation tax will for robots doing their own taxes? No one they're not going to do their own taxes. It's if you lose your job to a robot that company needs to be taxed the same ways. If that robot was a person, and then you get it. That's how you do the UB. I I love the idea. I actually think that's fantastic idea. And I think that keeps people from doing them dangerous manual labor that they shouldn't be doing. This should be allowed the robots to do it and let the robots all like have fun with each other. We'll some people like to contribute to society. Henry we we they all like to be actors out in Hollywood do other things with it. You could you could read books, and you can read books in public square. You can get books out, and you can publicly read books to people as they go back and forth like the old days like troubadours. Well, apparently robots also kill each other. A tesla model s was operating a ton of Masui, and this one robot is called a promo bought it stepped on a line into the roadway, and the tesla car just straight up nailed it and the crash tiptoed the robot unto itself. Side causing serious damage now with now with parts of its body head arm mechanisms and movement platform destroyed it can be put on display. The firm says the damage is likely irreparable, so tesla the model S beat the promo bought, and if you don't think that that is a horrifying story. Then I don't know what to tell you. I think it's cool. And I think they I think it's unfortunate all this robot on robot crime is happening. I know it's real air policing themselves. We're gonna raise these robots we have to raise the robots, right? That's where a part of it. It's not about letting mole willy nilly. We got to raise them. Right. But respect us this robot just got knocked over on its side. And it couldn't figure out how to do anything. It's like it's like the the robot from the Jetsons. It's like a turtle. Why we so scared of the robots then a to me because they are still killed the robot. Can't because the car should kill the robot. It's not as Hordley I as I vision show, but I think it. Would you feel better knowing that you're inside the self-driving tesla, and it can kill all the robots of it has to? I actually now makes me trust the tesla more. Because now we know for a fact it's like dente denting with human beings over the robots. I just feel like the world of twisted metal is best just left in a video game realm. Not on the actual streets of the world. Let the end be fun. The end is going to come no matter what the end is going to come. So what about what we can all live like in the fucking dispossess where we're all going to wear like like burlap sack, uniforms and work for the state. I know I I'm just saying the N doesn't have to come. We don't have to be taken over by the robot overlords. We can nip it in the bud with practical legislation. I don't think that the robots are going to be the ones that kill us. I think it's going to be the other shit. That kills us before we get to the robots. I think we side with the humanoid robots divide and conquer have the humanoid robots destroy the microwave robots the tesla cars, and then we take care of the human. It's after that. Right. Well, the old up allies we need to build our allies within the robot world because the they're their ascension will come eventually, and we have to make sure that they dig us. Also, I just don't think that that's even possible. Did you take a look at the robot that got hit? Yeah. It's kind of cute. This might actually be like a robot sexual assault. Kind of had bedroom is in before it got hit by the car. It's Rhode warning. It's a rentable humanoid robot. You can rent it for the measly cost of two thousand dollars a day. I I understand that your weary of the robots and you're allowed to be. But I think a part of it is knowing that we I believe they will grow up with us. It's going to take a long they're not going to be running rampant. The true is is going crazy this which ran went off the road because that's what makes Tesla's fund it makes that makes me wanna buy tesla because they don't work. No. Because it crushed. You're the robot it costs, whatever. Well, my path this tesla this the accident happened on paradise road in Las Vegas. It's safe to say this was Toronto. That's what I'm going to. Robots or drinking and driving now killing other robots? All right, everyone. We'll take you all so much for listening. Don't forget to go out there chicken or special at WWW last podcast live dot com. Thank you so much for your support. So far, thanks for everything that you've done thanks for giving to our patriot. And. Anything else? Henry's a brow sqi. No, man. I'm excited. But the coming year, we got more. I think side stories is going to blossom. 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"He Stuck It WHERE?"

Frankie and Jess

2:05:29 hr | 11 months ago

"He Stuck It WHERE?"

"At's Franken just show podcast here on iheartradio. Tuesday July twenty eighth looking like it's GonNa. Be Pretty Nice today for your Tuesday. Eventually, being sunny or looking like it's GonNa be Sunny in about ninety for the high, so not as hot as what we had yesterday, we had some overnight showers last night. Just and I were just talking off the second ago, so what the little after three when you heard about the same same time here. Three. We're GONNA. Check out this. We're doing the show live remotely again. We're going to be doing this in separate locations, so Kylie, is going to check and make sure that we're sounding. Okay this morning and we sounded good. We get in. She's not checking yet, okay? Is There Mike on I can't hear Kylie. Okay downstairs perfect, okay, so Yeah, doing the show live again from different locations so the week before last we were out last week. we robbed on break in during that week, Jessica Covid nineteen, tested positive for that. That was a week ago today actually how? We could today in your feeling good right? For the most part comes and goes like I wasn't feeling good last night. I'm feeling okay this morning, but it's nothing that I can't handle for sure some thankful that I have what they consider to be a light case and that my son and husband don't have any symptoms so I'm very very thankful. Right on so that's why we're here in separate locations, so I'm doing it from the Music Room justice at her house and Kylie's at her house, and we've got a little face time thing, so we can visually see each other, so we're trying to use the tech that we have to to try to do our best to to bring the show together. Listen Brady just. Just texted and set, it sounded good, so and I know Kyle is going to be listening from her end to make sure that it's technically sound. Okay, so a lot of things to get to because It's Tuesday so in the seven o'clock hour. Mean looking ahead at about seven forty. Of course it's passive. Aggressive Tuesday were still able to get all the usual stuff here, and that is the text into the show, so you can text us at eight to nine four five, but at seven o'clock. I want to start with this, so there's a story in the news and I'll share that when we get into the like getting into the tax, but your kids stuck. What wear? So what I know whether they stuck something. On them or in them or maybe they stuck a body part in something. Kids stuck what? In where? Man Yeah. Pricey I know my nephew used to put raisins up his nose and they had to go to the doctor to remove them. That's and that's. Pricey and scary. I mean that stuff. Can you know get up there and stay up there and start turning into other things and. When you you know you're like what is that smell and you don't realize it's coming from your kids. NOSE NASAL CAVITY WHO? Do that. it was I. think it was Mason that did it so now, but yeah, he shove reasons up his nose, and so my sister was trained by the staff at the doctor how to get him out, and you have to get like tweezers and they have to hold still I mean it's terrifying Yeah, so that's kind of like what we're talking about. Your kids stuck what wear so they stuck something either honor in them maybe stuck a body part. If, you've got a story at eight to nine four five. We'll get to that a little after seven about six forty this morning. We're going to do given you something to talk about some really good stories in the news with that we'll, we'll get into the early edition of Hollywood headlines Are. We getting a thumbs up from Kylie here on facetime. It's a good guy. It's a it's a little delays, so it's yeah, so i. know what that so got a thumbs up, so it gets. It sounded good. Has Review the show life we're? We're on the air. That's a good thing right? So what are we going to talk about? What the early edition Hollywood headlines coming up. So I noticed. You had this story to, and it's really interesting, but we'll talk about how ED. SHEERAN's personality makes them sick. You've been listening to the ninety seven one at Frankie and just show podcast right here on iheartradio. Almost six twenty two. It's ninety-seven ones. The HD Celtics Number One hit music station with Frankie. Tuesday and coming up at about forty minutes here we're going to get into this topic. The techs aren't coming in at eight to nine four five, so your kids stuck what where so they stuck something either. On or in them Maybe they stuck a body part in something. So your kids stuck what where at eight to nine four five? There's. Just a funny story. Funny story about a a mom, telling what her five year old did, and where he stuck something just Kinda. The way it played out went viral and I think if you've got kids I mean it's very relatable kits, sticking stuff or even thinking back when you were a kid. So maybe you've got a story. You know that you stuck. Something somewhere stuck something on you. So if you've got a story, think about it. twenty minutes away from giving you something to talk about. That's going to be on the way. Some really good stories in the news I wanted to get to this before we get into the early edition of Hollywood headlines. Because we threw this out late today we were talking about second regret or having regrets with tattoos or second thoughts on a tattoo late in the show yesterday, so we had some leftover texts Somebody texted at eight to nine, four, five me and my buddy on my twenty first birthday decided to get matching. TAT's not to mention. We were drunk both decided on a black black panthers on her right shoulder. And they said O.. L. Makes no sense. They have no idea that they've got the the Black Panther on the right shoulder, so that's kind of funny. And then somebody texted at eight to nine four four of They love the Tattoo. They just hate the placement. They said it's on their chest. It's really hard to cover up a work I feel. It looks unprofessional and Tacky, and they're paying seventy five bucks each for six treatments for removal because we were talking about if you missed it. One of the weird pandemic side effects with this pandemic is people are getting their tax removed, so the tattoo removal places around the country are seeing like whatever thirty forty percent increase people going into get their tax removes so we kind of threw it out yesterday late in the show. That's why we were talking about it, but. I can see that. Yeah, maybe on the on the chest and you try to be professional, and you're not able you button that very top button you know were wearing a tie over that or maybe it's coming up over the the neck of the shirt I mean I don't know. Remember we knew a guy like a four clover. That he I think he ended up getting a covered up, because yeah, he just felt like it was stupid and unprofessional. So yeah, that's very relatable. That's for sure I'M GONNA. Bring you up just a little bit here, justice, we do the show from our individual homes so I'm hoping that that sounds good. So why don't we do this? Why don't we get into the early edition of Hollywood headlines WanNa do that. Yeah. You're ready all right. What are we startling? Let's do the Ed Sheeran story, so he talked about his addictive personality and. Excuse me how it's led to struggles with eating and Elton John has been able to help a lot of different artists and people that struggle in the way that he struggled, and so it's really neat that Elton able to give back, and he's got a book, and sometimes I'll even personally call different artists and be there for them, and you know, help them overcome their addiction and so. Ed Sheeran said that he would eat food to the point of making him sound like to the point where he was just sick. I mean just sick like he had been so much food that he would become ill, and he just said it's his addictive personality, and he said he could relate Elton John was a lot of the same. You know they would binge, ice cream, or have like four desserts, I mean to the point where you're just physically ill, and or it would be Martinez. Can I drink and you know they would call him back in the day to did to Dinner Teddy Would always eat two meals because he was so just lying to have all that food and binged that food, and so at said not only has Elton John able to help him, but his wife Cherry has able been able to be there for him turned his life around, he said I love the sweet stuff and Franken. I can relate love. I know pretty said also like the cocaine and the alcohol and he said you want it all you want all until it's not good for you. And he said it's the worst thing ever, and he said you know like everybody talks about moderation is key, but it's just finding that balance of you know just having maybe one desert, instead of four desserts, or maybe one Martini or two. If you're out with friends, instead of like five Martinez to the point where you're sick, you know so. Elton John was doing fourth meal before. TACO bell even thought about mill. and. There's a true a new so. I gotta find it here in my pile of stuff, but they were talking about your. You remember they were saying that you shouldn't have more than two drinks. A day like on average like you know that's that's kind of the limit. Now they're saying from both men and women that one drink, so for a man or woman. One drink is the. That's the the CAP. I mean you're. You're not supposed to have anything more than that. It's bad for your health, and that's anything from like a beer, one beer glass of wine or a shot. That's constitutes one drink. Okay. So for drinking more than that. It's not good for you. WanNa know people that love to have a glass of red wine. You know before they go to bed at night and he say can be good for your heart, but I know some people don't sleep very well. If they drink alcohol, you know. Yeah, well. They say that more than one. That's usually what what I'd heard is like more than two drinks and gets the blood pressure like ramped up way high, but now they're saying it's that one one drink is the limit, but wait till next week. It'll be different I'm sure they'll say yeah. It's three drinks per or three drinks for a guy in two drinks, role woman, or whatever, but it always seems to be changing. It's so true and he also talked about in this story, and this was one of the ones that you passed over. You had a little bit more meat to your story, but Um meet because he likes to binge. Did you hear that I like that? Yeah, he like that But he said people get weird and we've talked about this too, and this is a good topic of throughout, because it's been a minute since we've talked about this, but he said people get weird when you have money. And he said people have stolen from him. close friends and family that he never thought would have an issue with him. All of a sudden they are strained, and so it does. He's like money just makes people weird. He's like it's one of the sad side effects of me becoming famous and getting all this money for my career that people got weird. So. It's the yes, the US dietary guidelines so going back to the the updated it so apparently it's been since nineteen ninety that they've said men should limit themselves to to alcoholic drinks a day and women should limit themselves to one, but now they're saying it's both for men and women, one drink and again what constitutes one drink? A twelve ounce can of beer, five ounce glass of wine or a shot of liquor so. And that's not all one drink. Obviously you know each individual thing is wondering yeah. Is that for Ed Sheeran. Are you making sure he? Yes, that's. Exactly I feel bad for you know that you hear stories with celebs, and and that's why they isolate themselves. As because of you don't know who who is your true friend who wants to be around you for you and not for your fame and your money, and all the stuff that you have that would just suck to have that I mean that is a good topic. You're right and people just get weird. You know the people that you wouldn't expect you're like. Why are they treating me differently or now? You know people are hitting for money, or they're mean to you because they're like Oh whatever now you've got money you've got a private jet and people just can't relate to that. It's uncomfortable for them. You know it would be A. A little odd like. If you had somebody that you know you, you I don't know that I mean on the flip side. It would be strange, too because I mean. You can't relate to that as far as if you're getting up every day and you're going to work and you do, and then they're off on their private jet. Be Like okay, we don't have. You. Know the QUA-. We don't have the similar lifestyles that we had and so we would be. It would be tough on both sides to hang out with somebody like that. You know it would be really weird Let's do this baby news, so this is cool Joe. Jonas and sofie Turner had their first kid together, so they welcomed a baby girl on Wednesday and they named her Willa and so it was fun to see during the pandemic. You know just the. The two of them out for walks with their dogs. And of course they were masked up and playing it safe and sound like they are all good, so yeah I kid together, so that means there are three Jonas grand kids and I think there's actually three girls. I think they've all girls. 'cause the oldest one's been married for I. Think Around a decade and they've got two girls and then Joanne. Sophie. Just had their baby girl, and then I know that. the other brother has been talking about wanting to have kids. He's quite a bit younger but I mean. He's got that smoking hot wife and I know. Her clock is ticking and she's a little bit older. And then there's the loss Jonas that nobody talks about rarely talks about little frankie, so you talk about him. I I give him some love. You know, my name say come on, Buddy. Let's give a little Frankie's love. All does he know? He just graduated high school last year right? No, you graduated college. I think, didn't he? He did I think he did yeah. That's crazy, didn't he? Just went start. Maybe yeah. Maybe he's only nineteen or twenty, but I thought he'd like maybe graduated early because kids are coming out of high school now with associates and I think maybe yeah, he went in either. Maybe he's either really close to graduating college or just graduated. That's crazy. I remember when he was like teeny tiny, and they would introduce a little brother Frankie. Like who is this little, Guy? He's the one that yeah. At least they were giving them love because you hear these, you know, the the the Miley Cyrus, and then doesn't she have like some little brother or sister that we've never heard about, and it's like Oh that blows. Nobody knows who they are you know. Dude you know what's weird at the Cyrus family is there's always somebody new I'm like. Where did this kid come from? So many people in that family run thinking. How would it be to be one of those kids like this? You don't know who I am, don't you? Don't they? Don't talk about me and interviews. Nobody gives me some just would be a be rough. Yeah, it would be rub, and then this is crazy, so this happened last week and everybody was shocked by it, but this is how they roll their so super uber private. Jessica Biel Justin Timberlake had a frigging kid. I heard about that. They had a boy that another boy, and so I think there's son, let's say I think silence and I think he's around. Four now maybe five, so yeah, they had another boy, and they just kept it under wraps, there's. Another boy, so they've got a little boy. Who's to that's what I mean their way Super Hoover Private It is man. It's so nuts like people were like. Oh, yeah, by the way just be on Justin. Timberlake had a kid. Like what so we start digging like? Of course they never show a picture because they still haven't showed their son's face, I think it was captured by Paparazzi maybe once, and they sued over that which totally get it. They don't want their kid being capitalized on but yeah, they had another boy last week. I was like. Oh, my gosh, this is so nuts good for. High profile able to kind of keep it. You know under wraps. Can't I. Mean They just? They can't but coming up next hour. We're GONNA talk about this. Because Kim ended up going to Wyoming to visit Connie. Everybody's talking about this. Paparazzi has been trailing them and trolling them and. They witness some stuff that went down with Kim, and Conway and he wouldn't go back to La because he said they're going to try and me. In a fifty one fifty hold I'm not going back to Kris Jenner, or what do you call Chris? Ju. On John Hoon Yeah. Right. So. You said he wasn't going back to La because he didn't want to be committed, but they were like dude. You need some help. We want to help you. And he did apologize to Kim because he's been pretty brutal to her on twitter, and just saying some things he shouldn't have said some private family things and he apologized and said you've always been there for me, and and you've always cared for me, and I'm sorry and Kim's. Kim's like this is a typical you know. Scenario of he lost his mother, and he's an only child, and he's been suffering since Donda passed away, and he's got mental illness, and now we have a big family, and the pressures of him, running for President and getting music out. He's just he's overwhelmed well, and I love the people in Wyoming but better. You guys than us. I mean that's as I mean. Come on you your your. Way Out in cody, and then you've got this. You've got the Kardashians and Kim. Kim and Konya drama like better. You guys than us. So Much Drama, So yes, we'll talk more about that and then we have a riverdale couple that well I should say he's. He plays for the White Sox. She's on Riverdale and they're breaking up and she's pregnant. We've talked about that. That's a good topic to recycle again to like who's breaking up, but you're pregnant so I'll tell you who that is. I know kind of a crazy story. Lot of good stuff coming up at seven. Seven, twenty, six, thirty, five right now and coming up at about twenty five minutes. We're GONNA. Get to this topic, so your kids stuck what wear so I if they either stuck something on them or in them or maybe they stuck a body part into something. So what's the story? Or maybe it's something when you were young. If you've got a good story at eight to nine for five foot Z. HD in front of that message. Ninety seven one. Franken. PODCAST here on iheartradio. It is ninety civil ones. The Celtics Number One hit music station with Frankie ingests. It's Tuesday sunny today about ninety for the highest, so it's overnight showers, and it looks like it's actually clearing up about there, so you might have had I dunno woken up to some thunder. Didn't hear any thunder here on the east side, just some rain. Did you guys have any thunder where you are? Now, it wasn't that it was just that heavy rain like at three o'clock in the morning. Look at the clock. I was like Oh, man. That sucks. It sucks when you. Get up. You know now that we're doing the show like in a different location so as opposed to giving up at three I'll get up at three thirty, but it was yeah, it was just after three, and I was like really, and then I had like you know fifteen minutes before my alarm went off and like really you couldn't wait mother nature for like fifteen minutes for the rain. Rain you know Mara getting up but yeah, it should be sunny today about ninety. I think towards the tail end of the week. We're going to be tripled its coming up here at seven, so we're getting the text at eight to nine four five. Your kids stuck what wear so they stuck something on or in them. Maybe they took a a body part and stuck it somewhere. And they got stuck. So, what is it at eight to nine four? Five will tell you why we're talking about that. Coming up and I think we all have stories with that, but there's a pretty funny story in the news that spawned in this topic Let's see here, so we are doing the show from our homes this morning. So just in case you're tuning into the show and. And you're like what what are you guys doing because I know people live, listen at different times, and maybe didn't catch yesterday. Show so it was a week ago yet that just tested positive for covid nineteen, but she's been sick days without a fever She's feeling better. You know kind of up and down, but for the most part up. You sound sounded good. You're looking good. Yeah thanks. Yeah so we're doing the show from our homes this morning and and yesterday individual homes because last week or the week before before we went on break, we were here in the music room, so the the funny thing is I. Don't know if I mentioned this at the start of the show, I think I did so we're? We're doing the face time with each, so we can see all three of us, so that's a nice feature to have when we're not. You know actually physically together. So I tried to bring Kylie into the facetime chat here right before we started the broadcast. And first time she didn't answer so then a few minutes later. You know just talking. I'm like well. I'M GONNA. Try calling her again. So I go into. You know where you can pull it I i. knew you could do more than two people in facetime, but I had never done it before until we started doing this yesterday, so it's an easy thing to do especially with Kylie's name. My brother-in-law Kyle so I went to add another person into the mix and I hit her for the second time to call Kylie to bring her. In the first time. We called it, but the second time I called Kyle. Why does that look because it was dialing greener a different color like Kylie's color, and then his was like it was like what that looks Oh. My Gosh, I'm dialing. Kyle I hung up on him. He didn't call back so I apologize to my brother-in-law. Kyle I. Call Him on accident facetime this morning, so he's GonNa. He's going to see that when he gets up. Hopefully his ringer was off I. Think we'll sleep with their ringer off, but yeah, it was so funny. You're dialing in Mike. That's not Kylie. And then all of a sudden you disconnected it with me and this person Mike. Who is this person and It's like oh no, it's not Kylian Kyle. Let's get into this giving you something to talk about. These are some stories in the news. it off with this so last week for the days of forty seven parade was canceled. Okay, so we all know that well. Most people know that so castle the aired. The castle days of forty seven parade, but it was from twenty nineteen. And they were getting messages people. Thought that it was like this year, and they were freaking out that nobody's wearing masks. Nobody's social distancing, so they posted on their on their on their social media page. They said you know this is why nobody's wearing masks and nobody's social distancing, because it's a rebroadcast from last year and they're like. Please stop calling our poor desk. Our News desk people because they were like inundating. The KSL with those phone calls I thought that was kind of funny so I figured mentioning. It's cool that they did that, but man, isn't it? Isn't it interesting how different it is now in any commercial uc or any kind of programming like they'll have massacre or am I it's it's weird. How much we've changed so quickly. It's true, and how in tune you are now to it how you like what you're saying. You're like man. They're all close or Jeez. They don't have a mask on, but it's kind of funny that you know that they're in. And I'm sure it was who knows there's probably all across the board as far as the age, but it's probably older people that just didn't figure you know, and they're watching it going. What and freaking out that nobody is wearing a mask and nobody's social distancing. It's like ease up. It was lashed. Parade. Here's a story. This is out of Brigham City so is it. Is it man, why the manual reservoir reservoir that is yeah. Is that what it is? Man Away, Mandalay. That's how you say it I can never get that so that the way it's spelled Samana way. Thank you, so there's a woman that saying that it's the I. Guess the algae and their and she's. She's blaming that and basically saying for other people to warn them with. You know the warm temperatures in some of these reservoirs, and you've got the algae bloom, so it's making it worse, and it's toxic for dogs. Her five-month-old old lab mix died, and it's due to the algae bloom, and it was literally like the dog was playing in the water, and then it died like on the way home. That's how quickly it took her dog's life. So that was up in the. How do you say it again? Man Away, so he said. Yeah Man Away Mandalay because I. Know I said it before like a couple years ago, it was on the news and like I say that man. Manouevres Man Away This is kind of a cool story. GonNa Care Cells. So this is a guy who apparently lost his father. So that's not the cool part of the story. That's a sad part of the story, but his dad died of cancer in two thousand fourteen. So his dad had a chevy corvette sounds like it was a stingray. Look like it looks like it was an old Stingray, right? And it was a seventy, so I'm not sure what year. It was one thousand, nine hundred. Chevy Corvette so sweet and you remember those I mean Your Dad's a car guy. Those are sweet rights, so his dad's sold this this corvette while he was overseas, so his son overseas in the in the air force, and this is years ago. And he's a car guy and ended up selling the car. His Dad passes away and he was trying for years to find. This, car any founded. He said just by by chance he was on castle. And it was like being on KSL for like a few seconds or a few minutes, and he thought it was too good to be true and ended up going to look at this car looked under the hood, his Dad, I guess his dad and his mom's initials they they carved them somewhere under the hood. He ended up getting his late father's corvette back, so it's back in the family and he you know and his dad again, and since passed away from cancer, but he feels like his dad is now back in their life, which I thought was really cool. Oh that is such a sweet story and a neat story. Chances thank God. I found it. Yeah I mean all those years later, and it's just like you know so you know and it's more of the sentimental value of having it, but he wanted that he wanted dad's car and he's got it back in the family. do you remember this story? So it was the cyber stalking story, and it was in I. WanNa say. The family lived in north, Salt Lake. It's a guy that had a beef with their family and remember this all kind of just give you the setup to. It's a to kind of sparked a memory, but the dude had a beef with the family, so what he would do would send things or people unwanted services, including food deliveries, repairs, tow, trucks, locksmiths, plumbers prostitutes. He would send it to the to the house. So all these different all hours of the night to the point where they had sign on the front of their house, a big old sign, a professionally made sign that said if you have been asked to provide any services for this address in a kind of went down the list sets of this things like this, it said, please call the North Salt. Lake Police Department we are all victims of the scam. So the guy they ended up catching and we talked about that and he's been in jail. I think since November. And it looks like he's going to be sentenced in October, so he's been found guilty. He pled guilty to cyber stalking this family. He didn't say what the beef was against the family, but the it's like a family mem-. Somebody in the family that he had a beef with, so he targeted this whole family, and he's been doing this for the longest time. They more than five hundred people have been sent to their house over however many years The Dude is from Hawaii so I think part of his sentencing so when he gets sentenced in October and I think part of it is. He has to stay in Hawaii, but it's just kind of a crazy story. I forgot about that. I can't believe over five hundred people showed up to harass them, and they had no idea they were being called. You know what I mean to drop like you said things off or to go to this house to do stuff but man that is like a full-time gig messing with somebody like that right right and you think about I mean that stuff probably happens more times than we know or just even if it's not to that extreme or that level. Of. How how easily somebody could just mess with somebody else and you'd never get caught? Your eye, you know but then. You think of the time and the energy. In the you know. Not to say that you know, believe me like fantasizing about something like that like you know what to give back and somebody to actually do it right and do and go through the legwork of it in to that extreme. It's just crazy. That's crazy, psycho, man, right and then this year, so we'll end with this giving you something to talk about so apparently. With the world that we live in with everybody wearing masks I guess there are women saying that and they're taking the social media to report a rise in intimidating behavior for men wearing masks in. They're talking about. Men Making aggressive. I contact with them and there's a lot of women that can relate to this. Because had like where you feel creeped out by because that's kind of where you go. Now you directly go to the is when you see somebody when you're out whether it's a man or a woman, but women are saying that they're feeling like men or being aggressive with the eye contact. Interesting I mean I could see how that could be a problem, but yeah I haven't. I haven't experienced it myself, but that's really Kinda freaky. You know I'm going to have to be careful because I I don't know. Maybe I'm being aggressive with my outta. Contact I had no idea. You've been listening to the ninety seven. One Dat Frank in just show podcast Robert here on iheartradio. It is ninety seven one zero t celtics number one hit music station with Frankie ingests sunny in about ninety today for your Tuesday. We're doing the show live from her home so justice in her home. I'm in the music group and Kylie's in her home so If you didn't hear jazz tested positive last week, covid nineteen. It's been a week ago today actually, but your day six without a fever feeling good, so you're definitely on the other side and. On the flip side of this thing, which is a good thing. Yeah I'll be able to break out of this joint by Friday or Saturday. Diet. I know you're. That The Foam. Oh, I'm an I'm an extrovert. You know that and I just I like to go out and party and have fun and be with my friends and Yeah I've just I'm just looking at the same four walls every. All right, so here's Here's what we're talking about. In a second. We're going to get to because I wanted to get to. Some some campfire stories real quick, but we're talking about. Your kid got stuck where and we'll tell you why we're talking about that in a second, but I just just real quick the time store PORTA substance. Hd were teaming up with Zion Ponderosa ranch. So this is a cool getaway for two nights glancing or a cabin. Swedish Zion Ponderosa ranch. It's about four hours from here. It's down in southern. 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This happened to one of our listeners. It looks like it was in the spring of two thousand and three. My father brother and family and friend. We went camping, so in the San Rafael Swell Area I've been down there. It's really cool I. Day was full hiking all sorts of canyons. Let's see waiting through. The river had a great time. One of the canyons have this rock formation that resembled a speeder from Star Wars. If you're a fan of star wars, you know exactly what this thing. Look at look like so this person wanted a picture of it, so there was alleged like four feet up than I needed to get onto. I reached up to the speeder. To Hoist Myself Onto this ledge, the rock came away. I was burial. Barely pull my head away before the Rock hit the ledge. This is about two hundred and fifty pound rock, and it caught part of their head on the way down I was knocked unconscious, I felt backwards and on the desert floor. They spent time trying to to stop the bleeding. And I spent the next twelve hours in and out of consciousness, cuddling with my dad to stay warm, three skull, fractures and concussion, my brother and friend and let's see. They ran several miles to the car. Then drove an hour to green. River contacted search and rescue on a payphone had to hike to the accident. One of the four wheelers fell off the highway one of the ambulances. Their tires popped needless to say it was flown life light to saint. Mary's Hospital in Colorado, but what a story right! Jeeze think they're alive. That is just crazy, so that's that's a great example. I mean that's. One of those types of stories, or could be something where you had an encounter with a wild animal or something like that, but this is another store that's just I mean. It's terrifying to to to hear this because of where we live, and and and people know that you know you've got those pools like so I if and that part of Utah are in different parts like those those. If! You're doing the canyoneering and the hiking and you have water in the little pools and people dive into those along that line. Are those lines so every year? My family and this is another story Powell, let's good family friends and their oldest son is just crazy y. and he is always the the first one to do crazy things so one morning super early a buddy. They wanted to do a hike just the two of them, so they found those pools. The little where the water pools up and they decided to jump in like a lot of people do. They couldn't get out. So you think about that slick rock. They could not get out. So they they searched for them. They went looking for him. They couldn't find him. They went. They went all day looking for these two, and they were thinking that they were dead. They had to take turns holding each other out of the water, so they didn't drown, and they were there for over twenty four hours before hikers happened to to to stumble upon them, and then they had rope, and they actually pull them out. And they're back. They were like crying because over twenty four hours, they were both taking turns holding each other out of the water, so they wouldn't drown, but they couldn't get out. I mean just reading that stories terrifying because again. If you've if you've ever been around those or seen him, it's all slick. It's that slick rock. They could not get out. Let's scary. I don't know how we're going to pick. Out of all these stories because we've been reading these stories for weeks, and they're all so compelling. They're really really good, so if you want to be a part of that and you've got a good campfire story, it's for great prize and again all the information at ninety seven hd dot, com, two hundred and fifty words or less. If you want to chime in with that all right so here we go. This is what we're talking about why we're talking about it, so this is a story about from a mom and she's got a little five year old, and she was telling the story when she was on the phone with her girlfriend in five year old boy. Walked into the room, and he of had a funny look on his face, and and she called out, and he said that he lost his marble. And so they so she I think at that point hung up the phone with a girlfriend, and they started searching the house for this marble. But. She noticed that he was walking kind of funny. And she said to him she's Naito. She said where's where's the last place that you had this Arbel? And he said well up my bum. So! She got some gloves out and she got some Vassil Lean and she tried to get. Out of his, but. She didn't have any luck with it. She had to take him into the into the hospital. They took an x Ray, and I don't know how they ended up extracting this thing, but they ended up getting it and it wasn't. It doesn't sound like it was too extreme as far as the as far as the extraction goes, but I wanted to throw it out there. Your kids stuck. What wear so coupons thirteen has he has ever done anything like this when he was younger as far as maybe sticking something. In him or on him or taking a body parts sticking it somewhere anything they got stuck. I can think of so he was messing around back in the day, and he was super close he was. He would play with coins like in his nose. And I was like. Don't don't even do that because it'll get sucked in, and then we won't be able to get it out and we'll have to go to the hospital, so I mean. I scared him away from that, but we're talking about the beginning of the show, my nephew mason this was probably three years ago. He would cause six now, so yeah, he's probably round axles age. He would stick raisins up his nose, and then we get stuck, and so my sister had to take him to urgent care, and they would remove the raisins, and then he did it another time, and so she was. was able to get them all out, but it made her nervous wreck because she was like. It's dark in there. What if I didn't get them all? Because you know some of those races, teeny tiny, and the fact that she did it because at that point, that's beyond my pay grade. I'm not doing that. We're going to the doctor riddle at a doctor you've got you've gone through medical school. You have the right tools. You have the little headlamp thing there you know as opposed to hiking headlamp you've got the proper tools to extract something from from a kids knows I'm not doing that. Would hurt him. I know it. Yeah, because you gotta get the tweezers out. They have to hold. Really have to get like you said like a a good sized lamp up there, so you can have been a flight. I mean it's like it's like the game operation. Side takes a steady hand. So do you have a story about this? Yeah my future nephew Logan last week, he decided to be a penny. Yeah, so they? They didn't take him to the doctor, but they called the doctor and the doctor said well. It should push solve how! Play watching through the through it and yeah forty eight hours or so and so like they were hurt his. You know mom. Amy was really like conscious of going to the bathroom while she was outside. He went to the bathroom without her knowing and he came back outside. She Go, he goes. Mom went to the bathroom. She's like okay one second, and so she goes in there to go check and she's like there's nothing in the bathrooms you go to the bathroom and he's like Oh, I flushed it. She's like. Logan! I need to know if you did or not so they. They're guessing that it did because he's fine, but that happened last week, so he's like I'm just doing what you taught me to do and flush the toilet like I can't win. Win Cannot win. He's a Piggy Bank. Okay, so, what about axel or what about you because I could see you doing something like that? As a kid will, Axel's never done anything. Thankfully yet I mean. He's almost four and he has an we try to. You know so. There's been things like a couple of moments when he was younger lay I. don't even think about it but nothing. That's gotten closer scary. When I was a kid I was probably his age My brother had these model. Cars you know. He was into the model cars. You know they put them together and paint them. And all that and I remember he had this little model I wanna say it was an old Vega like you know like one of those model car, Vega and had the the big slick tires on the back. Okay and You know had little fingers, and it looked like a ring to me so i. put it on my finger. And of course, when you go to poll, and then you know the the finger start swollen up and I couldn't get this thing off and it was a big thick. A slick tire it's like a big thick tire right and it's a plastic higher, and it's so. It's not rubber plastic, and it's on my finger so I can't get it off so then my mom, you know, remember how how calm she was, and she was like well. Let let let's put it under the sink here. Let me get some self. We'll get it. We'll get it off. And of course the more you try, and the more you pull on it, the more swollen the finger gets so this thing was not coming off. So, she calmly called the Fire Department the fire. Department shows up not in a big truck, but one of the smaller the emt kind of trucks. It shows up. Two guys come inside and I'll never forget this, and they look at my finger and they're like Yep. We're going to have to cut it off and I started screaming because I thought they meant my finger. Finger off how stupid, but it was just the you know. They pulled out the tool or anything. No, we'RE NOT GONNA. Put your finger off. We're GONNA. That's how stupid I was as a kid you know. Took it literally like Oh, my Gosh, they're cutting my finger off, but they cut it off, but yeah. That was a pretty big ordeal. I mean the Fire Department coming into the house to cut a stupid plastic tire from a model of my finger. Story new. All right we got a couple of. We're running a little late on time, so let's get to a couple of these stories. We'll save some more at about seven forty this morning, so eight to nine four five year kid stuck. What wear at eight to nine four five. Okay, so kid put the finger where the lock goes on. The school locker couldn't get it out, so had to go ahead and take the door off of the locker and taken to the hospital, and they couldn't get it out, so they had to use a grinder and cut the handle. The finger was all good. Yeah, full on got stuck in the lock and kids mess around those locks all the time. You can get your finger stock. How many? Just like I don't I. Don't know what you talk to the the the the locker at school. They're that big. We can put your finger in it. Yes, so it was the school locker and it just depends on. Because, there are different sizes, so they'll have little teeny locks like a little tiny lock, or the the big ones, so it sounds like it was like a tiny or one. was stuck to it, so they had to like. Take the door off and take it to the hospital with them, so it's where the actual master lock goes in that that probably that whole there, so they're pretty good size, and if you've got a little kid, yeah, I guess could stick their finger in that. Yeah gets crap. This isn't my son was five and all the time he would decide that it was a good idea to pull the seat belt in the backseat all the way out and wrap it around him one time, and then let it go looking, getting tighter and tighter and tighter finally. Daddy help I had to stop the car and UNWRAP it because it was around his neck, almost had to cut it because it was so tight and I was mad at the same time, but it was freaking hilarious because he's always. Always jacking with that seat belt and he would just wrap it around to wrap it around almost like a big thing a tape, and then like when it seizes up, they had to pull the car over because he could have killed himself. Oh my Gosh! Now there was a story okay, so those lines with our little boy excellent. It was probably about a year and a half ago so I was up was we were by ourselves at the House I was up in the bathroom and I hear Axel Go. Data Data and I. Hear Him Yelling for Man. Of course you know at that point. You start thinking what. What buddy and he starts running upstairs a? Starting to finish up my business and the bathroom because of the doors open, he comes running in and and somebody had gotten him this I think you guys might have gotten this. It's like that guitar and the guitar strap a Toy Guitar. Strap around his neck and he kept going, and it got where he couldn't. He couldn't unwrap it so literally raptor, and luckily he called out data like that, and then he ran up to me as I, was finishing up and Kinda rushing out of the bathroom, so I got the thing unraveled around his neck, and then at that point I just cut that strap. Right up the guitar I'm like. Do you do not ever do that again? And then you know to be safe. I cut it off frequent. That's that's scary and like you. You said thank God he was able to like. Call out and get help and not just kind of sit there with it. You know that's scary all right? Let's get to some more of these taxes I know we're running late on time and these are great techs at eight to nine five. Your kid got stuck. What or your kid stuck? What where and at seven forty? We'll get more before we set up. Passive aggressive Tuesday when we come back. We've got the middle edition of Hollywood headlines for Tuesday. What are we start with? Yep I've got all the drama with Kim going to visit Connie A and white. Ninety seven one ht's Franken just show podcast here on iheartradio. And Twenty eight. It's running late here. It's ninety one. Celtics number one hit music station with Frankie Ingest so in about thirty minutes about thirty two minutes giving you a chance of a thousand bucks. Pay Your bills. Keywords come up at eight and about twelve minutes, or so we'll get into setting passive aggressive. Tuesday. We'll get to some more of the your kids stuck. What where texts We've got some really good stories coming into the show. We're going to jump right into the middle additional Hollywood headlines Right now and it's brought to you by Ken Gar Hyundai. All righty so Kim Kardashian went out to Wyoming in cody. Where you know has huge compound and I guess Paparazzi of course was following her and trailing her because she was leaving La, she boarded her private jet. They're like okay. She's headed to see Connie because. They have had strained relationship for a couple of years now, but more so in the past week and a half, and so they ended up hitting up a Wendy's which I thought was wow, I was like I thought that was pretty cool because Kim's. You know she wants all fancy food. So as you're still real, you hit up Wendy's we'll she hit up Wendy's because they're in cody. Wyoming so there's probably I mean. Mean, and not coming at cody, but it's not right. I mean come on. That's good, have much of a choice. You'RE NOT IN LA. You can't go spargo's or whatever the whatever the Wolfgang Puck you know, one of his restaurants and you're not gonNa have that in Cody Wyoming. So that's why she's not. She's not real just at the at the moment, she wanted chicken sandwich, and there's no place to you know Yeah! You're right. Wendy's is so good to so they Yeah. They ended up going into Wendy's. They headed back to the ranch. Paparazzi was falling them the whole time. Kim was crying when she was in the car with Kanye and so like we've talked about you know. Kanye has been very vocal and it sounds like he is having another bipolar episode, but he's been very vocal about not wanting to have all the children. He has with Kim that he's been trying to divorce her. Since two thousand eighteen, and she won't let him because of the image, and because of her and her mom and mom Kris Jenner and he's like I want out. And of course, I don't think he can even be a president without a wife. Is that correct I mean? He wants to run for president, but he he needs a wife or I. don't even want to entertain that. This is ridiculous. Stupid, but the thing that kills me is the guy obviously he suffers from mental illness. And then you know if you had any type of problem, and then you throw yourself into the mix with the Kardashians serious and I am being serious with that. It's GonNa make it that much worse, and you have the in the end. They're not so I think they're trying to help him, but at the same time. It's not making it. It's not making any better you know he needs to. He does need to get. He needs to get away from from that family. I hate saying that and you've got kids and everything, but it's, but you made your bed dude. Four kids later and you're in you know in you what now you want to get away from the Kardashians. Yeah good call well, and the thing is. Is that you know Kim was saying that you know? He's under a lot of pressure and stress. Because of running for president. He's got new music coming out. He lost his mother many years ago to due to a botched plastic surgery procedure, and he's never really recovered from that, and then you add the mental illness on top of it, and he is very. You know he's in a bad place, and so she's trying to help him, and he said No. I don't want to go back to La because Kim and her mom are gonNA. Put me. Me On a fifty one fifty hold and I'm gonNA. Be against my will and I. Don't want that and you know so i. don't know what's going to happen from here. I mean Kim obviously wants to stay with him but it comes with strings. We know that I mean Kris Jenner. There's there's always strings attached, and you've got to act a certain way to be a part of their family, and if you don't, you're out well, and you can't just put a fifty one fifty. Hold on somebody so I mean I know the dudes dealing with mental illness? But you know I think. In the way I don't know, it sounds like they're making. It seem like she can just do that. The family can just do that I don't think she can do that, can't she? I think there's a lot hoops that you gotta jump through before somebody. Put a fifty one fifty. Hold on somebody especially, if it's like the family member and you know, and and for the reasons that you know they're just controlling. They just want to control this guy. Get them help, but get them help their. Let them you know like keep it. That's probably the best thing for him is to be outside of La. Way from all the BS yeah, probably true, so it sounds like he does like to stay in Wyoming and out of the spotlight, and but then he's running for president, so he's. He went off last week when he was at one of his rallies, and he was screaming and yelling and people were scared of him I mean he just he needs to take a break and it's I. Don't think he knows how to do that. When he's in those episodes, he just gets more amped and a little bit more extreme, and so that's why they worry for him that he's going to hurt himself, you know. So who knows what's GonNa happen with these two, but yeah the fact that he said he's trying to divorce Kim for to. Whether you continue to have. It kills me when you hear that stuff. It's true and and yeah. They've got four kids. So two of the Children Kim had the first to the second two were via surrogate, and from what I read and heard. I didn't want more kids and their marriage has been very stressful, and it's been unraveling and she was like nope. We're having four. I want for kids I come from four kids. That's what we're doing, so we'll have to see what shakes out with them and then Britney Spears God. Bless her. There's still like a free Britney, Hash, Free Brittany campaign going on because her brother ended. Ended up doing a rare interview I think it was a few days ago and saying that Yeah Britney has not wanted to be under this conservator ship for this long, and that she is a lot better and she wants. You know the pin to her debit card. She wants to be able to be an adult and she wants to be able to get married. She's always wanted more kids and you know her brother was saying. It's messed up the the way that she's being treated and her dad is the one that holds the purse strings. He's the conservator. and. He's in charge and Even her mother said things like that over the past couple of years where Brittany does have a say and she is being. Pretty much imprisoned, and so that whole thing is so sad to and people are trying to get the word out to get Britney her freedom back because she's in her thirties now, and she wants to live her life, and she's basically kept captive and has to ask to do anything you now Biggie, said it best money Mo problems. That's something that's really these people just wanting all the money, and it's just you don't know who. You has like the best intentions even with family I mean. It's just I mean there's. I yeah. You would think that she's gotten better right now. Like right or by now you would think over over the years I know she. She's probably still struggling, but to the to the point where it's like this. I know. It's sad well, and then she was doing pretty good member. She let her Jim on fire. So maybe not not ready yet marsha appreciate. Maybe a little bit more time, so maybe get three out of the four digits for your pin. Four, so you God bless her but I guess. She got carried away this week. She was kind of bored at home and went head to toe with Henna Tattoos. Somebody's talking about. Hanau all over her so God. Bless her she does. She fills her time with one out and hanging out with her boyfriend, and she sees her kids, not even fifty percent of the time I think she sees her kids. Thirty percent of the time K fed has a majority of the time and I know. One of her son's got into it with her dad. Which is his GRANDPA? And their teens and tweens now, so that's been really tumultuous for the family and Brittany doesn't want her dad around her kids I mean it's just like you said more money more problems in the family on top of it. It's just a mess well in the isolation, so you're keeping somebody controlled. Controlling the person you're keeping them isolated, so whatever type of things that they're struggling with? That's not helping. You know what I mean, so it's just it would be the complete reverse of the complete opposite of what you're trying to achieve, or maybe not I mean if they're trying to keep her under control, so they can control their money, and all that then mission accomplished. You know yeah, yeah, it sucks, and then I promise you the story, so it looks like Chicago pit or Michael Kopatch I. I think that's how you say it, so he's with Riverdale Star Vanessa Morgan so I. Remember we talked about them when they got engaged because they had these beautiful pictures and I, probably been posted them on the Frankie and just page, but it was them with the waterfall, and she had this big sparkling diamond ring, and we're like man. What a hot couple, so they've only been married for six months. They're pregnant with their first child and they're divorcing, so we've got to throw that outling. WHO's pregnant, but you're getting divorced or who's pregnant, but you're separated so yeah, so like I said he's a white sox pitcher, and she's from Riverdale, and they've only been married six months, and they won't even be together by the time baby's here. Can you tick a screen shot of that and send it to me so I'll put it in the pile, so we'll definitely get to either this week or next week because that we haven't done for Sherp it yeah, it's definitely good top right? and it. Let's do this in our run Lola Times. What eight twenty we'll talk about a Prince Harry's secret instagram. Everybody's been trying to find him on social media and I guess somebody cracked the case. We'll tell you more about that and then. Kathy, Lee Gifford was really close to Regis and he ended up passing away over the weekend, and she kind of talks about the last time that they were together, and just what a sweet time that they had with regis and his wife Joy, and just some good memories and I saw yesterday i. I was on C. Crests Instagram, and it was a screen shot of he, and like a split screen of he and Kelly Ripa, and you could just read it on her face. She's trying to play Nice, but we know Kelly and Regis didn't get along very well, and she was just kind of gritting her teeth. You could tell it's just the fakest smile while while seacrest was talking about how much he admired him looked up to him and leaned on him for professional advice, and it was crazy, so we'll talk more about that at eight twenty. You've been listening to the ninety seven one the HD Frankie and just show podcast right here on iheartradio. So. We're doing the show. Live from each of her homes again this morning so What the week before last we were all here in the music room in the basement at my house and then last week it was a week ago today. The just tested positive for covid nineteen, so she's actually on the other side of this, which is good on the downside of it, which which is our upside? What whatever the good side! Right where she's feeling good. You haven't had a fever and what you said six days. Yeah today's Day six. Excuse me having had a fever and like I said I feel really fortunate to have a case and my boys don't have any symptoms or signs of it and everyone that I've been around in the past two weeks has been tested and everybody's tested negative, so that's a good thing and yeah I'm just thankful. That I was able to kind of keep it confined within myself, and it's just a weird bizarre thing. It's so. Just I don't know. I'm still in disbelief that even have it like. Even when you say that it just like wait. Why like I thought I had a sinus infection or even? My husband thought I had pneumonia, so it's just a weird virus man. We're glad you're getting better. And that's why we're here in our in our individual homes. This morning's the hopefully The broadcast is sound in somewhat decent right. We're trying. Trying our best to technically make it sound as good as we can. Before we get into passive aggressive Tuesday so I wanted to say quick Colo-. So this is a at, said. Hey, yesterday, Because he, he texted into the show. He caught the tail end of the show. My Buddy Darren and he was like. Oh, my gosh just has Kobe like what happened. He didn't hear kind of what had happened with that. That more you think you got it and if you didn't hear yesterday we were talking about. She's pretty sure that she got it from one of our co workers, so we have I think including jess. There's four people in the building, but three people We thought that it was one person. Then we heard, too so it sounds like a total including yourself for people in our building have now tested positive, but you're. You're pretty sure you got it from somebody that we work with in the building. Yeah, so he yeah, sorry he. He missed that that that little setup yesterday, but I'd mentioned him and his friend listen so I want to say hey to Clark. He calls him Griswald so Darren apparently is a nickname which I know I kind of knew this, but I didn't know that he gives everybody nicknames. We're GONNA have to throw. A topic. Like as far as do you give people nicknames? Do you have a nickname? But he calls this this Guy Clark griswold. Clark griswold from National Lampoon's vacation, so he just wanted to give a quick message and set Clark kicking gear already. I'm still waiting on you, so that's information that that Darren needs but Clark's whole family listens to the to the show. I want to say hey. T to Shalit's hunter and Carter, and I'm hoping that they're still listening right now. Supposed to do that about seven forty five this morning, but we're just running really late on time, so yeah, the nickname thing that'll be a good topic. We haven't done that in a bit. You know, it's my favorite. I give everybody nicknames. That's how you know. I love. You like your Doug Sheila. She's my she. You, do you do what you shorten it up? You shorten up the names. But it is. That's technically nickname you're. You're the queen of nicknames man like Oh my Gosh. You're killing me. All right, so let's see you. Standing by because today is Tuesday. It's passive. Aggressive Tuesday, in case you don't know what it is just real. Quick. It's a chance for you to be passive aggressive, instead of actually saying it to the person, a text or a phone call where somebody that you don't know and you want to shout at them. That can get especially now during the pandemic that can get really ugly right like just confrontational. People are just next level. Just anything going to set them off, so you don't WanNa do that. You text US instead at two nine four five and get it off your chest. So what is it that you want to be passive aggressive about so before we get into the text? You said a few minutes ago that you had something right. yeah, it's. It's funny, because when you're like. Send anybody have anything else now. I'm pretty good and I was like a son of a B. So my mother-in-law. Kevin's mom knows that I have cove nineteen. She saw the facebook post, and she all she did was put heart. It wasn't like she was like all. Be Praying for you. Let me tell you know I'm GonNa text you. She has not texted at all. See how I'm feeling how I'm doing so she's only parent out of all of our parents and grandparents. That is not even texted my phone. So it just is really rude. She's also one of those people that is you know just really careless when it comes to the virus and doesn't think it's a big deal and think it's being blown out of proportion, and she thinks it's a political thing, and so she's you know very conspiracy theory with it, but. Yeah has not even texted her own daughter in law, the mother of her grandchild, her only grandchild to say hey. Excuse me. How are you feeling? Are you doing? What are your symptoms? She's just so self centered so route shield Techs Kevin to make sure he and Cooper okay, but does not give. About me and that's where because into give you a little context with this for the people that don't know she has your number. You guys have texted before, so it's not like you don't have any type of texting history. You do true. Yeah we've been. I've been with her son for twenty years. I mean it's not like she doesn't know how to get a hold of the. She'll usually get a hold of me if it doesn't get back to her. But I, just found that to be really rude and I of course I'm giving her expectations I am judging her, but I'm being honest about it, but you know. She saw the facebook post and. She even text. The Kevin was like Oh. Are you guys having such a great time Jackson and Kevin said I know that you saw the post. You solid posts that we came home Jessica sick and still hasn't really just wanted to know. If Cooper and Kevin were okay and has not even reached out i. just think that's BS. Yeah Tha- THA- THA-. That's pretty hurtful We've got some text here at eight to nine four five, so passive, aggressive Tuesday. What do you WanNa be passive aggressive about. This would say quit judging me my wife for what we have. We've done our time. We've busted our butts to get where we are. Step up your game and you can have the same. this text. Yeah, it's true man. This one said you've had to pregnancy scares. You continue to have unprotected sex I'm tired of your mental breakdowns feeling like your mother where a year apart please start using common sense yikes. Let's see if you could stop telling your mom everything I do that makes you mad? That'd be great I. Don't Tell my parents how you don't help. Cook clean at take care of the pets or the babies, so it's one of those where they're married and he's running to mommy to to say everything. She's not doing right and making her look like the bad guy see we talked about that. That like when you're in a relationship, you know you can't. You can't do that because you're now. Just, can he? The parent you're going to have like you know the mom or the dad that's going to be angry at your spouse or holding something over them. Because of you know, and then you're going to be like. Get over it will. That's your fault for sharing your business with them. He right. You know right because you're the. You're the person that's in love with them. You'RE GONNA. Get over it and that person's going to hold a grudge and it's going to be Curtis. It's not a good thing you know. As an adult. You just don't do that I mean you. It's one thing if you're looking for advice but I. Remember like in talked about this before. That was one thing that I've really cherish. You bought my dad. My Dad has since passed away. But in any kind of any relationship that I've had in the past. They were good sounding board, but they never and I never shared like would never get to i. mean every once in a while. They could tell something was bothering me and. And then I might share something, but they but that was the extent of it. They didn't kind of fuel it. They were just kinda there, but but you gotta be careful man. It's a fine line with what you're sharing with your parents in. If you're always sharing and whining and I mean you about your problems, then you're going to have that where you can never go back and depending on what is said then. They're not gonNA. Forgive when you have forgiven and moving on and they haven't. Yeah it's very true it's it's hard for people to get over that stuff like I said you're the one that's in love with them. It's easier for you to forgive. Be careful, even if just telling your best friends, you know your girlfriend or your guy friend because they hold a grudge to man it. It's tough to know who invent, too. Because sometimes you do need to vent and get things off your chest or get like you said good counsel about it. this text eight to nine four five hit jackass in the Silver Malibu. Asked me on the shoulder of the fifteen yesterday, north, Ogden with your turn I. Hope you get what's coming to you. And when that happens, don't you? Wished on the line when somebody's fly, you just wish that they'd get pulled over and that you'd pass them up and be like. He's kind of wave or honk like. Oh, man, this one said they get the separation from work and home, and it said don't take it to the extreme where you're not responding to emails are important text messages that the team. Yep, that's a tough one especially right now with people working from home. It's like some people are like well. These are my office hours, and this has been all responded in. Some people are like okay well working from home and we've got you know smart devices, so it's definitely a fifty fifty type. Type of thing or some you know people that are type of column a, and then some that are you know? Call him be there like I'll get to tomorrow. Yeah, well I think if I it kind of goes if you're you, know Monday through Friday eight to five. If that's your job than I, don't think you should be expected to be on call outside of that. You know what I mean. If that's your job, normally eight to five and you got those types of hours. Then if you're like a boss, and you're expecting that person at seven PM eight PM to get back to you. That's not cool, you know. Drew there's a balance. There is a balanced well and yeah. We're all trying to learn that. Don't don't tell me you know. If you ask me a question that you don't wait. What does it say? Oh, this one's just said. Let me finish my damn sentence your route, so it sounds like when they're having a conversation, the other ones cutting the off and so they're really rude Let's see you call after I. Already left work to try to have detailed lesson over the phone all the while. My daughter is asking for me and meeting me just because you're. My boss doesn't make you priority so another one of those where there's not boundaries with the office with run the boss let's see. My husband doesn't come home in the mornings after his graveyard shift because we live more than fifteen minutes south than his parents house and he doesn't see a problem with that, so it does sound like he's stopping at the Parents House. What so, what does he hang in there? And then then goes home, or or what? That's it? It's one thing if you're stopping there every once in a while, but you're stopping there every day. Yeah so I. I do know some people that live close to their parents, and they'll have coffee with their parents every morning before they go to their jobs or yeah, they'll switch if they're like a graveyard shift though swing by and have breakfast with their Ma and then they'll go home, but so it sounds like it's. It's a huge issue for the wife. A couple of detract techs were quick at eighteen for five and Kelly gets small posted. If you miss any Frankie just dot com at ten o'clock but this. If you park so close to my car, but it can't get in my car while my car is perfectly within the lines I'm GONNA hit your car to get into mine I. Don't even care if you're sitting there. Watching me learn how to park or just don't drive oh so you know. They've got like a beater or something. You get an older. You don't WanNa do that, too, because they have nothing to lose. No? One's getting married next week. Your husband and I will be staying at my house and keeping roommates to save money. They don't clean anything. I shouldn't feel like a mother of a twenty year old and a twenty two year old, the even started calling me my fiance, mom and dad all. That's bad Jeez, and did you see the top tax here? Says do not call me to fix when you're broken. You abandoned us. You abandon your children. The bridges burn PSI still hate you. So how do you really feel? Oh, my Gosh ouch. All right, we'll get some more of these. Yeah, these are great, passive, aggressive Tuesday so maybe a little later on in the show. We're GONNA. Come back. We'll get into the late edition of Hollywood headlines for your Tuesday. So what are we starting with? We'll talk about Prince Harry's secret in stuff. Ninety seven one. Frankie just show podcast here on iheartradio. Eight twenty five. That's ninety civil ones HD selects a number one hit music station with Frankie just sunny, and about ninety today, for your Tuesday and about thirty five minutes another chance at thousand bucks. Pay Your bills. The keywords coming up at nine o'clock WHAT'S UP TO LISTENER CHELSEA? She said I'm glad she just found out that in I think just tuning into the show this morning. that you have our had or I guess have I mean well Kobe nineteen? So if you didn't hear a week ago, today, just tested positive for covid nineteen, but she's definitely on the the the good side of it now our. She's feeling better, and you said day number six without a fever, right? Yeah, so I'm doing good I. had a really really case. Fevers got pretty brutal. just thought I had a sinus infection, and what even when the results came back Mike wait. Why'd like what but yeah I think? I picked it up at work. We have a few CO workers that have it and. Use the same bathroom. Go through the same hallway. Same Printer was chatting in the hallways. That type of thing, yeah, so and that's why we're here in individual location, so if you're just tuning into the show and maybe didn't hear yesterday. Because what the week before last week we were all down here in the music room in my house, but now we're all in separate locations so hopefully it sounding decent. We're trying to give you the best quality broadcast that we can coming up at about fifteen minutes here. We're going to get into confessions of profession so what we're looking for this morning. Confessions of professions from therapists. Or counselors. Yeah so if you're a therapist or maybe counselor or you know somebody that. That is in this line of work. Tell us something that we would know about that profession, so we'll get into that and we've got some good stuff to kind of start off before we get into the late edition of Hollywood headlines You said we had quick birthday, right? I want to say happy birthday to our friend Lisa Dunton. It's her birthday today, so she is Gosh. She's been listening to the show forever. She's been a close friend of ours for long time, and she's the one that lost her mom and dad within three months of each other. And so she had to move out of her family home a couple of weeks ago because they had to get that on the market and She's just had some. Really Rough Times in the past handful of months even more so than everybody else going through everything that we're going through, said just want to say happy birthday to her, and I just hope this is a change for the positive for the better for her New Year. Right on birthday Lisa all right. Let's get into the late edition of Hollywood, headlines in. It's brought to you by Waterford upstart dot org. Okay so Prince Harry, I guess had a secret instagram account. Because that's how he used to communicate with Megan markle before they were married when they were dating, and so it was spiky Mao five, and so he I guess the nicotine is beginning nicknames in the UK Spike was one of Prince Harry's nicknames. It'd probably because with spiky red hair, and he also had a facebook account under the name Spike Wells. And he was all about dead dead mouse, he loved dead mouse, and so that's why it was Spiky Mao in you know shorter for mouse five and I guess it's still up. The count is still there. No posts, no followers. It's following two accounts, but it's private, so you can't see who the accounts are following, and it's pretty funny. Because in the bio, it says not Prince Harry and everybody's like whatever they bitten. Cracking the case on this, and they know what's him and so he just loves a mess with people anyway, but yeah, so if you're looking to follow spiky mouth five. That's the real. Prince Harry Instagram. We got to throw that out sometime. In the future, who has a secret social media account and Y? Yeah Yeah Pretty Interesting I. Mean There's I'm sure there's a variety of reasons. Why people have you know maybe to spy on their kids, or maybe I guess. You know troll move. They're in a relationship and they're. They're trolling to to to see what else is out there. I mean who knows but the secrets social media account. That's a good topic well and remember to hide. That's right. Fence it so that just fake install, or why is that what you have to that's that's what it's called right? Yeah, yeah, most teenagers have a fake instagram and they like. Their friends on it, and so like their family or like their parents. Don't see it like my sister has one and I'm not invited to it anymore so. That's pretty Kylie's old and not cool. So did she have it? Though before what nineteen now holders is your sister? She's twenty. She's twenty, so did she have it when she was? You know younger than eighteen. Yeah I think she started when she was like? Maybe seventeen make sixteen. The I'd be pissed off if I were apparent in the kids, a minor in you got a secret social media which. Is like you said probably a lot of the teenagers out there. Man. That's just just sucks. I know. Gosh we're so lame. Time. They usually use dot finished more than their normal like Mr has a normal one that she just post like her pictures with their roommates and stuff and then this one. I don't know what's on it now. But when she. When I did have access to it, they post. She posts more to that one than her other one, so yeah, that's a real life. That's the real life. That's the real sister man and you're getting, and it's probably killing you that you have no idea what what she's doing and what her life is like. Oh. Yeah, and it's probably my brother's probably one too I think both. Of You, they do I guarantee it. From the little that we know about your brothers, I guarantee they have something like that. Oh. Yeah They're teenagers enough, said right? Okay, so Kathie, Lee and Regis Philbin men Philbin I always say it wrong. I, just just so we just passed away over the weekend at eighty eight. They said he had some prior art stuff. His family said it was natural causes the Kathy. Lee Gifford, saw him about two weeks ago before passed, and they were really good friends for many many years, and they did their show together for twenty years or something like that live with Regis and Kathy Lee and they've kept in touch, and they're like family, and you know it's so funny when you work together with somebody for that long you either our family or you never wanna see them again. And with with those two, it was definitely very much a family and so Kathy Lee had a chance to sit with regis and his wife Joy, and like I said just two weeks before he passed, and she said I saw reach get out of the car with joy, and just he was so fragile and the last time she was with him, was in January and She said this last time a couple of weeks ago. She just said I knew this was the last time. Time I would see him I knew he just looked really frail. He wasn't looking well She said we did. Though we sat on the porch and we laughed. He spent a majority of the day at my house, and we just caught up and just cracked up, and it was like old times, and she said but I just knew what a special day that was because I really feared that I wouldn't see him again, and then he ended up passing away this weekend. It's It's so sad and they were asking her you know. What do you miss about him? And she said absolutely everything she said we just had a good chemistry. We were good friends. We had a lot of deep rich history and she said he's just going to be missed and you know after Kathy Lee, he did the show Kelly Ripa. And you know yesterday i. I was telling you guys that I was watching was on Ryan seacrest insecure Instagram, and he was just talking about how anytime before he would make a move with his profession. seacrest would lean on Regis. Since Hey, would you do this? How did you do you live and then who wants to be a millionaire? How did you do different time zones in different Broadcasts like how did you keep up? What do you think I can do it? He'd always get his expertise before he'd make a move. And he said Regis was always so loving and giving and kind and and just very resourceful, and we'll give him his opinion, and it reminded me a lot of Frankie Frankie. You're very much this way when it comes to new people coming in the. The business and people having questions you're always very open and honest and very caring and giving and giving people the tools to get started, and just giving them things to think about out, and that was very much the relationship of seacrest and Regis, and so was new sandwich, some really nice things about him, and thought it was so sweet and very heartfelt, and because there was a split screen. Screen with seacrest and Kelly. Ripa and you could just tell I mean if you could cut the tension with a knife, she was putting on her best fake smile and I wanna come at her because I like Kelly Ripa, but you could just tell you know. She and Regis did not have a good relationship. in like you said she michael. Strahan didn't have a good relationship either and. And so she seems to be the common denominator. She seems to be very difficult to work with and work for and I mean just way. He was going on and on about Regis and if you could have seen her face, it was just it was chilling. It was bad, so how long did they worked together Regis and Kelly? I can't remember how how long that run was. Do you remember roughly was quite a bit. Yeah, it was a and it was over a decade. There was okay. It was. Yeah, it was definitely over a decade, so he was with Kathy Lee I think for about twenty years and I want to say. He was with Kelly at least a dozen years, and then he ended up leaving the show, and then she took over the show, and then, of course it's you know her and Ryan now, and I think that's why people are saying. It works so well as because Ryan's really passive. Kelly's really you know. East, coast and a little bit more. Abrasive and her approach, and so she's not. Everybody's Cup of tea. And so yeah, so her in her Ryan, and do really well together, but yeah, you could just tell that. She didn't really have anything that she wanted to save outrageous. It was super super onward. Yeah, you would think that you I'm sure. She said something about him, but yeah, maybe like not to the extent of what Ryan said. Well now not to the extent and there was a joint statement from the live show. It wasn't even just for Kelly herself. It was a joint statement with seacrest in and Kelly so was like. Oh, wow, that's weird. It's not like they worked with him together. You know what I mean. Oh, boy, so it's just really bizarre, really really bizarre, and then coming up next hour at nine twenty WanNa. Stick around. Make this sally and we talked this a couple of weeks ago. She was shot multiple times. So give me an update on her. There's cool. Katy Perry news coming out and she's getting ready to have her baby girl next. Next month and then yeah. Speaking of I guess nicknames seems to be the the topic of discussion because I'll tell you who nicknamed Jaylo, so her name's Jennifer Lopez, but it's one of my very favorite artists, and he's an actor sometimes, too, but he's the reason that she's and I'll tell you who it is, and you'll know this guy. You like the sky, too, but that's all coming up next hour. Kid About Twenty five minutes here, giving you a chance at a thousand bucks with pay your bills, so that key words on the way at nine o'clock this morning doing the show live from our homes. Hopefully it sound de. Best you'd be equality broadcast. We've got confessions of Professions on the way here in about eight minutes. We're looking for therapists and counselors. Something about your profession that those people would know what. You've been listening to the ninety seven one HD Frankie, and just show podcast right here on iheartradio. Eight forty five. Exactly, it's ninety seven one. Number One hit music station with Frankie ingested about fifteen minutes a chance of thousand bucks a pay. Your bills keywords coming up at nine sunny, and about ninety for the high today for your Tuesday. want to say a quick. Hello to listen to Mary so she senator really nice email. She missed us when we were out last week. so, what's up to to marry one and say hey to Tammy Tammy listens to us on iheartradio down in Saint George and she missed us as well when we. We were out last week and then want to say hello to listeners. Steph and she said some nice words and Steph. actually was wanting to know about. Pack the pod So. We're going to be out a week from this Thursday. We're going to be broadcast live at the Fort Union target and the parking lot, so not only. 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We appreciate it, so we're teaming up with cricket wireless for packed the POD, so we're excited about that before we get into confessions professions. We'll tell you why we're talking about therapists and counselors this morning. We had you say jess some. Passive aggressive Tuesday texts. So good I just love art I love her texters. A lover listeners not just makes our day so much brighter really do. So this one said. quit being of Addictive Karen. Be a professional manager and let go of your anger. The world is out to get me attitude. You need to stop blaming people for your misery. Grow Up, would you? He's a great. And I just feel bad I feel bad for the Cairns out there. What did I? Why am I that name? Well just wait for another six months or so, and then there's going to be like a another name like Donna or something like that like you know stopping Donna, you know have another name that will replace the Karen so it's just. It's a matter of time, Karen. Just chill out, you know. Wait your name. Your name will soon be fine. It'll be someone else's name. Back in the it was like Felicia Felicia. You, that's fun. Let's see this one this is please quit telling me we need to Co. parent I'm sick of your games. I talked to you. Communicate on anything regarding your child and you don't you try and play the Nice Guy Continue to call the cops on me every week. It's pretty much a waste of time. Our child isn't beat. Just grounded SA- grow up, so yeah, just co-parenting gone gone wrong right and this text eight to nine four five. I'll of course all the text messages get posted at ten o'clock Frankie just dot com, and you can go through them. In case you missed some of them because they're always juicy, but this one said my soon to be daughter-in-law. We all know your perfect, but maybe you should finalize the divorce before you get engaged and check your attitude and share your kids with my son. Grow Up. Stop acting like you're a good mom. When really you only want the kids for the money, and so you can hurt their dad ooh, so she's engaged. They're not even divorced yet. Yeah, she. Said her name, and it's not a very common name, so I'm just GonNa not. He's that's crazy. It's like the body hasn't even assumed room temperature yet in your on. It's like you get a divorce before you get engaged. somebody texts a at eight to nine four five, so we were wondering because we were talking about regis and Kelly and Regis Philbin. If you didn't hear, he died over the weekend. At the age of eighty eight and we were wondering how long Regis and Kelly work together, so it looks like from two thousand one to two thousand eleven, so you're right, so read at ten years. They worked together, but just kind of uncomfortable. I guess when you said they were doing the side by side with Ryan and Ryan was just speaking very highly region, and how regionals like a mentor to him in the business, and you said you could kind of almost cut it cut the tension with a knife. The Way Kelly had that look on her face. Oh Man, it was one of those where you just especially on camera like that, and you can't hide it your real feelings or just pouring out of your feet. All Right! Let's get into this up here. Confessions of profession, so I ran across this article. And it was the therapist basically in this article confessing some things so I figure we haven't done. It's been a bit since we've done confessions and professions and therapists and counselors, so maybe you're you do this for a living or you know somebody, maybe your spouse or used to do this as a therapist or counselor. Tell us something about that profession that we would know. This person said let's see here to give you an idea of in. Could be you know a got some text coming in here at eight hundred four five, but somebody's somebody who's a therapist did interview him. They said sometimes. I nap on my couch. They said this is one of my deepest. Darkest secrets is a therapist or counselor but sometimes the days can get long I find myself lucky enough to have a long break between sessions and I'll take a cat nap on my very comfortable couch, so that's not Surprising as long as it's not like what was it? Oh what was the movie? Oh, my Gosh, there was oh, it was with Ben Stiller. What was the was it was it? Something about Mary or your remember where the the counselor slips away and goes and grabs lunch when when Ben Stiller is is spilling I think it was I. WanNa say it was something about Mary, so he's talking about you. Know Mary I. I'm pretty sure it was that that movie, but that counselor totally slipped away, and then comes back, and he's got the Napkin tucked in his you like. Oh, he looks down and he pulls the Napkin away, but he's only snuck out and grabbed the sandwich or something. It's kind of funny. This guy also said this because. I. Was GonNa say I don't blame for taking a nap because think about how exhausting it is just to listen to people bitch all day. How much? Rain you and you're just like okay. I too need to recenter myself to take. It would be a tough GIG man here in other people's problems, and so this person confess this this counselor this therapist. I don't place judgment on you so that's a good thing. Because you, you would think that keeps some people away for maybe seeking counseling or You know they're thinking that they're going to judge you but this person also said I have struggles of my own I'm a therapist robot I have struggles, emotions and hard days. I've learned how to schedule my time appropriately, so I can take care of my own needs and I practice what I teach my clients, so that's That's kind of interesting. Somebody said I've been in therapy before, and this is actually the same counselor or this therapist that that was you know with this confessions and professions. Where we got the the idea to throw this out, they said You know I'm sure this is a confession that will make you gasp, but it's no scandal sometimes. We need our own therapist to help help us. The are blind spots. That's pretty interesting and then they. They also admitted this. They said they don't walk around and this is something that I think we. We've asked Dr Burton about. This is far as if he does this, but they don't walk around therapy. People I don't even know if I'm saying that word correctly, but you know we're. They're breaking down the person or people in front of them every day. They said they don't do that. They always you know they they. People ask them. Are you analyzing me right now and I think we have asked that, too. Dr Burton and that's kind of funny whatever he's just saying that be not to. I think so too all right. So eight to nine four five. Tell us something that would know about being counselor or a therapist, or maybe you know somebody that the average person wouldn't know about your job so eight to nine five. Try to keep it short as Kansas in front of your message eight fifty three now it's surpluses in Sunday best. Ninety seven one. Franken. Just show podcast here on iheartradio. So. If you're just tuning into the show, we are all in separate locations, so I'm in my music room in our house. Justice in her house and Kylie is at her house. If you didn't hear, it was a week ago today actually so we could go last week. last Tuesday just tested positive with Cova nineteen, and she is on the other side of that doing really well day six without a fever. You just have a little congestion a little bit of a cough, but you're feeling good. You're looking good and sound good. Thanks yeah I feel really good I feel really lucky. Actually. Dr Reg texted me because he got me out. Some really good vitamins and he's been helping me through this and. I'm one of the lucky cases that is for sure. It's a really late case. I feel really blessed. My boys don't have any signs and everybody that I've been around in the past two weeks has been tested or doesn't have any symptoms, so I'm very very happy. Right on, Hey, a quick. Hello! Going up to some listeners that emailed the show want to say hey to listener amy she said. Can you tell me where you get your CBD infused Gumy's and that would be farmer and chemists, farmer and chemist dot com so I'm about ready probably in the next. Week or so to gets more, the MELATONIN CD gels that I take, and then we get the. Means as well so and my wife Tammy takes the gummy is before she goes to bed, and they helper sleep so. You Wave Kevin. Got People in creeper. Clinger and Mary Kay Office. Welcome welcome to the Tuesday sleepyhead uncle. Uncle Frankie was saying you need to get on up. Its Coupe. Now. Oh? It's Kevin Okay Uncle Frankie I was like Oh, I thought it was. Okay, you're. You're always uncle Frankie. And then, hey, to listener, Megan, so Megan is one of our listeners. She lives in midway, and we went to Ridley's there in midway over the break, and she said I think I just saw you know we have masks on. She said, but I'm pretty sure. It was you, but I didn't want to seem like I was staring at you, but it's listener Megan so. What's up? Megan and it was US at Ridley's over there in midway last week on break all right, so here's what we're talking about. If you're just tuning into the show before we get into. INTO CONFESSIONS OF PROFESSIONS WE WANT to know about therapists or counselors, so if you've got something that most people would know about your profession at eight, hundred, nine, four five, but we wanted to get to some of these tax because they're so good, so your kids stuck what where so they stuck something either on them in them. Maybe they stuck a body. Part in something has to do with this This mom who shared a story about her five year old. She's on the phone with her her friend. Her five-year-old son walks into the room. He looks kind of perplexed. He's looking for something and the mom says you know wha-. What's wrong. Honey is why lost my marble, so they start looking around the house for it, and then she said well. Where's the last place that you saw this? And he said well my bum, so he stuck the marble, his butt, so she tried to get it out with some gloves and Bassil Lean. That didn't work. They had to make a trip to the hospital. They ended up getting it out. So that's where this topic I think. A lot of people can relate to, or maybe you did something as a kid, but you're stuck. What where two nine four five? This is funny. Somebody youngest sister used to stick tiny wads of Kleenex up nose as a toddler, she she blow him out, so she thought it was just really funny. She looked she get those out of her nose, but one one of them went so far that they couldn't get it out. Mom couldn't retrieve it, so they had to go to the doctor to have it removed. Up in the sinus cabinet. That's just crazy. I know This one said I'm a nurse I worked in emergency room. We had a little boy. That Putnam micro machine remember those little micro machine cars I do remember remember the guy with a commercial that. Speak really really quickly, yeah! So fast so I guess! He put my machine in his ear. The DAD got upset with the mom she had bought it for him. Because and then I guess he was like you should be able to get out, so the dad came in with the micro machine because I guess She was trying to prove him wrong, so the parents got a fight over it because I think one of them was upset that they ended up taking the kid. Kid to the doctor and they're like you should have been able to get that out with tweezers. Those micro machine cars were so tiny. I don't remember how big they were because I. Want to say I missed that as far as being a a kid I might have been a little too old, but I do remember them being out, so don't think actually had one. So how big were they like? What would you compare to? How big were they a? Order, or maybe a half dollar, and now like yeah, there were this teeny. Tiny, LITTLE CARS! They were little man. Yeah, they were telling they could get stuck in. Places, yes, I'd say. Maybe maybe that was lucky that it was in the air. It could have been somewhere else like this marble story. When I was six or seven, I climbed to a cupboard in the kit. Tim. Pleading Haydn's are playing, hide and seek, and I got stuck. My mom tried to get me out, but had to call the fire department to take the covered apart to get to me Oh. My Gosh, did you see this top text that came in? Somebody said their daughter stuck chopstick inner ear. Ran Through the hallway and into the doorway, so it got lodged inner ear to the point where it caused lead, and she lost her hearing from. Oh that could probably the eardrum, and then just purnell damage crazy. Yeah, chops, Chopsticks! Don't go on the air. This one said my sister climbed into one of the highchairs chick-fil-a. I, guess the police had to come and disassemble the high chair. Get her out. She was obviously too big for the high chair. I've seen videos like that. Oh Yeah online where people are like I'm going to try and get in this high chair. Sounds okay. One more something like Kylie would've done, did you? Did you do anything like that? Only like a teenager or tween? I haven't got every once in a while. I got stuck in a swing here and there you know those swings. The ones that are made for like a five year old way you're. Trying to wedge. into it yeah. I got stuck in one of those. My sister got stuck in. Like those fitness, like like a bike or whatever my mom had one, we're younger. Sister was probably like three or four, and the fire department had to come and undo the entire like equipment thing to get her out of it. How would she get stuck with the wheel or something or what you get stuck in? There was like a spot like the wasn't opening like inbetween like we're like your legs are or whatever and she was small enough that she just. Kind of. squished away into it, and then she tried to push yourself out on. My mom tried to pull her out couldn't pull out. They had those. Literally Undo the entire quit like like bike and. Bring the jaws of life into the into the House to get your kid out of a piece of exercise equipment that nobody uses I bet you're my head news that in years. PROBABLY NOT Exercise? Equipment just like a clothes rack. Poor mom. How is this woman still alive? Between the four of you I feel so bad for giants. How was she over the question Walking around tank all the time, you know what I mean, these kids drive me to drink my kids. With. A Couple of other quick stories real quick, so this one said when I was little, he would cry wolf about being hurt so one day he actually got his finger stuck in the car door, and the garage was crying out for help, but we didn't go, because he'd always cry Wolf, and he was there a good three, maybe five minutes, and then we were kind of like okay, maybe something actually wrong, so yeah, his his finger stuck. You're stuck in the car. Oh Yeah. That reminded me. It was about maybe a year ago. I can't remember where we were and I wanna say we were out of town. So this is pre covid nineteen probably last year. I'm pretty sure. Somewhere on vacation, it was a rental car. And Axel went to get out of the Ba- like I got him out of the the kids see the child seat. and. So he went as he was getting out of the backseat, Tammy closed her door, the front door, the passionate or door his hand was. Like kind of up. In, half of his hand got stuck in the door and. Break it I mean. It was stuck to the point where he's like. I can't. I can't move my hand and we we look, and the door was closed, and and luckily the way it hit so that that that foam you know the installation thing and the door. It's likely that that was just enough where it didn't break his hand. It just kind of made a little indentation in the hand, but his hand literally was stuck in the door. Forgot about that. Yeah, plus the fact that he's got chubby hands, so I mean that. Take that helped them. He's. He's he's got like Fred. Flintstone feet, and then the fat hands to go along with it, so oh, gosh, it's. It's part of his Corrigan. Charm. Okay so this. May Two year old daughter got her legs stuck between the chairs at the airport, so the gate attendant and I could not pull her out without her screaming her legs certain swell up. There were about to start the whole boarding process. They called you know it was time to go to Denver. That's where we're going, so they arrived at the gate. They had an ax. My daughter was screaming, think they were. Were GonNA cut up her leg and they ended up I guess they pulled really really hard and ended up freeing her without hesitation, but the issue is freaking out thinking. They were gonNA chopper leg off, but stuck in between those little chairs at the airport. So what you mean, the chairs that you see that are all around like the the stuck in there. How did their leg stuck in the chair? There was probably behind. You know how they haven't back to back and she was probably playing. She got caught back in there and just yeah, she was all tangled up and so she was a freaking out the. Nose Kinda like with you. You're like. Oh, my Gosh, don't don't cut off my finger. They thought that they were gonNA ax her leg. That's funny all right. Do you want to get into some of the confessions that professions texts, so we were thrown out therapists and or counselor, so if you're a therapist or a counselor or you know somebody, maybe it's your spouse or good friend, but tell us that something about that profession that most people would know at eight to nine four five. This one said what I'm having. My clients listen to a guided meditation. You Bet that I take quick catnap and they think that I'm just going along with it with them, but I'm I'm sleepy. That's hilarious. Are you kidding? Oh, that's hilarious. That's funny. Little Cat NAP This one said we genuinely want you to get better and not to need us. Some people think therapists wants you to be in therapy forever, and we want the money, but ethical therapists wants you to heal and to move on, and also we've heard everything, so it's safe to be honest. You don't need to spend a year in therapy before you open up an address. Address, what the real problem is, because there be as a safe place to be. That's a good Good point because I remember My I've got a therapist and I haven't talked to her in a bit but every once in a while I'll go in for quick little tune, or if I've got something that I can't seem to get through just having a problem with in my life, I'll get in touch with her and I'll go see her but I remember at one point when I was seeing her. You know had a lot of stuff going on in my life, and then I hit a point where she was like. I don't think you need me anymore. I was like really you know kiss kiss you kind of get used to. She's like no, I think you're good for right now, and you know, of course if something comes up down the line, but so that I think like going back to what that person said I think that's a good point or a good sign of an ethical therapist, so you know that if you're there and constantly go into therapist, and you're there for a year or two or three, and you don't have that therapist saying to you like I. Don't think you need me at the moment then. Maybe you might WanNa look for another therapist because they're probably just looking to you to put their kids through college. It's true. That nine eleven it sit in the parking lot. You're helping pay that and it's just like you're. You're kind of like in this continuous thing where you're never gonNa Never GonNa leave that that share or that couch. And some people I think some people love that I think some people just WanNa. Go and lay out on the table. Because maybe their friends family just sick of here their BS, and that's fine, too, but there's some people that just go to therapy that don't even WanNa he'll you know that they just want to go just to just to go, you know. This this text eight hundred four five I thought was really interesting, so they said the best line that I've ever used stole from Sopranos we all loved that show. And they said when a client will get like two heightened I'll go to that scene where he throws the table, and it's counselor says I. Don't appreciate you making me feel uncomfortable. It works and nobody knows that I'm quoting. Quoting it from the movie. The Sopranos, they'll say that to their clients if they get to heat it or they're getting just a little too emotional. Maybe needed just kind of take a breather, and they'll just say I don't appreciate you making me feel uncomfortable. And then it kind of like chills out the situation I love that, and that was lorraine bracco that played the therapist Tony's there. Are Good tax. If we get any anymore, we'll We'll share may two nine four five, so we were talking confessions professions again. If you're just tuning into the show, and you're a therapist and or counselor, or maybe you know somebody, but tell us something about that profession that most people would now we're gonNA. Come back into the bonus edition of Hollywood headlines for your Tuesday so, what are we start with? You've been listening to the ninety seven one. Hd Frankie and show podcast right here on iheartradio. It is. Number One hit music station with Frankie and Jesse almost ninety four. It's Tuesday sunny today about ninety. It sounds like we're going to be close to one hundred by the end of the week here let's see a little after ten o'clock this morning Jeff McCartney. He's GonNa. Take over. He's got another keyword worth a thousand bucks payer bills before we get into what we're talking about, you said there are a couple of things that we need to mention what total traffic right? Yes? Yeah just WanNa hit this crash real quick on the west side belt as you head north northbound, that is, so it's about v South. It's blocking that right lane as you approach the airport and it's heavy from California Avenue. So I saw an article. Nine forty I want to get to maybe some text because I know people are texting mood this morning. And it was an article about mom's feeling shamed for either sending their kids to school this fall, choosing to send their kids or not sending their kids so either way, and it's like you can't. You can't win with this right, so I want to know if there's anybody any moms or parents out there that are getting shamed from either friends or family members. Because you're sending your kids to school this fall, or you're opting not to. You're going to hold. Hold them and keep them home, but you've got you know family, members or friends, or whatever co workers that are shaming with it, so if you've got a story with an two nine four five share some of the ones in this article, so I think that's something that I think a lot of people can relate to you somebody in your life that shaming you because you're choosing to send them to school or not send them. It's like you can't win, right? And we always say it at the end of the day. It's your kid. Man and people are going to give you crap. No matter what you do, but it's your child your choice exactly. It's your life for exactly so eight hundred four five. Try to keep it a shortage. You can in front of the message. We had a couple more of these before we get into the. The bonus edition of Hollywood headlines so confessions and professions. We threw it out. We wanted to know as far as the therapist or counselor, so if you're one of these as far as the therapist or counselor, you know someone that does. This is a profession. Tell us something about that job that most people would know so a couple of good text eight to nine four five. Yeah this that said I think my biggest pet peeve is a therapist. Is My parents come in to have fixed their kid or couples? Come in expecting us to fix? Their partners makes me frustrated. Especially when the person who wants the fixing done usually needs more therapy than the person. They brought or maybe even dragged to therapy, so it's kind of interesting because I mean I know over the years Kevin and I have gone to therapy and like yeah, tell him what he did. He's a bad man. And then all of a sudden the finger pointed at me and I'm like. Way. That's. Like this you just call him a bad man, this is the problem right here. That's hilarious and then some of the therapies. They're probably like what am I a magician? What am I David Copperfield. Funny. That's a lot of pressure. It would be a lot of pressure that therapist or a counselor when somebody comes in with that type of viewpoint. You have exportation. You know This man said it had wow recently an emotional affair with one of my clients when someone makes you feel safe in your vulnerable, and they're there for you. You can easily develop feelings and get attached. This is how we both felt with each other, so it was both cited the client and the therapist, and so I had to discontinue our sessions because it was not healthy. How Yeah! I could I could see that happening. I mean that's wow because you. Do you go to like a really deep place with this person, and there's that trust their that vulnerability, and then all of a sudden it's like Oh, no, this is not healthy will and going back to the Sopranos. That was very. Very much with member his therapist lorraine. There was that that kind of crossing the line there and she'd have to pull herself back because she was kind of fallen form a little bit and having dreams about them. Good stuff! Yeah that good, yeah, good stuff all right. Let's get into the bonus edition of Hollywood headlines for your Tuesday so it's brought to you by shiels this morning. Okay so we're the Katy Perry update, so she is getting ready to have her first baby with her fiance Orlando Bloom next Ma. Putnam baby girl and she's super excited, but she's also very nervous, having a baby and a pandemic. Especially your first baby and she's just has so many reservations in this whole pregnancy. She's been really excited to become a mom because her clocks been taking for a while, but yes, she's terror I mean she's totally terrified. I never thought I'd be having my my kid, especially I kid during a pandemic and I guess she's delaying her next album smile and I've heard a couple of tracks, the new album and I love it. I Love Her music I've always been a fan of her music, but she's going to delay the album for two weeks, so it's GonNa. Come out the end of August. She just said unavoidable production delays. That's the reason for the album taking two weeks longer and. I mean everybody gets it. We're in the midst of Cova and everything things a little bit slower now it's slower pace of life for sure, and you're just trying to get as much content as you can out there, but yeah, so it's going to be delayed I'm not sure her exact. Due date with her baby girl I just know that she's due in August social have a new album and a new baby and. So that'll be a big month next month for Katie. It seems like she's been pregnant for a long time. It looks like it's kind of like the draft at the whole zoo. Remember like. When is this draft? Going to give birth already does seem like it's been, and it's probably because of the pandemic, and just just seems like we've been talking about it for a long long time. I know remember. What was it Kristie? The elephant at the Hogan's was pregnant for two years. Something like that. Yeah, the station periods of time for some animals and you're just like. Oh, my Gosh! Then make these stallions. We talked about her a couple of weeks ago because she was shot by another rapper and at close range, and it looks like he ended up getting her and both of her feet. He shot her in her feet. So she had have surgery to remove the bullets, and she still is not talking about what went down. The cops have been wanting to investigate and she's not giving him any info and they were at some Hollywood party at Kylie Jenner's house. And it was like I, said another rapper that ended up shooting her close range, and the cops were like this is the first. We're hearing about this and so now. Everyone's tight-lipped. She doesn't. Doesn't want to get this guy in trouble that she was with and I. Don't know if they had a relationship. And now they're having issues, or if they were just you know partying that night and getting kinda crazy and out of control, but yes, she fall on how to have surgery to remove the bullets from her feet. She is sketch man. The whole story is sketchy. It really is because. Didn't you say when we first? First talked about it because it happened over a weekend, and then we didn't report on. It didn't come out until like that. Wednesday or something, and then wasn't there a cop that actually drove her or cops that drove her to the hospital. So that's even ski. G right like what yeah two cops stover just kinda weird. Where were they were called? And then they drove her to the hospital or what happened? Yeah, I don't know. Know, if they like a Kylie Jenner's house, because that's where the party was to kind of break it up, and this will make the styling and was like. Hey, I got shot. Can you escort me to the hospital? And so maybe they did, but at that point they didn't have an investigation that was open about it. I mean the whole thing like you said a super sketchy. And now everybody's being real. Tight lipped because. I don't think she wants any beef with this guy that shot her because he he shot her on purpose wasn't an accident and I think she scared of him Jeez. I know that's why I guess So you know what the dudes capable of shooting in the feet so I guess I could see where you wouldn't say anything publicly, but just it's just weird weird story. So Weird, and then can you. Can you hear my dog to and her? Can you hear that? No, no, no. Thank God. She's like literally right below my feet. Down on this phone. On Georgina. Some kind of weird noise and you're blaming it on. To. Fifteen years. Okay, so this is one of my favorite songs now we fail love what. Do. We. Did it, so hold on Kylie? Who Sings that? Oh my gosh I have no idea. Who Sings that? Heavy heavy. Love that full! He's awesome. Is this historical heavy? It is, and he is just so damn talented is that's one of my favorite songs? I actually requested that song at my wedding fifteen years ago and any wedding I go to a Faira which we put on the soundtrack of Mike, you gotta put heavy, D man. That's awesome. But he is the one that named Jennifer Lopez Jaylo, so he was the one he was the one that's like this has got to be your name, so she just revealed this this week. And she said Jaylo came from heavy D he would come into the studio when I was making my first album, and he called me Jenny low, and of course her name is Jennifer Lopez, but he colored Jenny low or Jennifer low, and then when? When they were trying to come up with you know the album in what she was gonna go by Jaylo stock because Jennifer. Lopez is a longer name to say, but yeah. It was heavy. D that kind of inspired her to start going by Jaylo because he call her jenny low well, that makes sense. His name is heavy. D I mean what's his real name? Do we know? Did it say in the story what his real name is? that's a good question now. What is real name is but man I. Just love that Dude, and it reminds me of that that movie with Doug Heffernan and Will Smith. What is I love? That movie was a hitch. Yes. What's his. Dwight ARRINGTON Myers. So Heavy D's better. Good for your health because they know. Your pigeonholed and be. He's gotta stay heavy for the rest of his life to to kind of. or it could be. One of those guys. Yeah tiny. That's actually big dude. You know what I mean, so could go the opposite. Be Heavy. Dini's a skinny guy if you lose way. I love the Okay Kylie. Have you seen the movie hitch Oh? Yeah, yeah, every time it's on lake expenditure at every. Turn it on. Okay. Good I was like you gotTa Watch before you get married. That's a good one. Nadia Parks. Everybody's talking about that. People a Tom Hollywood, so of course he's got new arm candy, so everybody's talking about it, so those are Hollywood headlines Oh. Somebody just texted eight to nine four five, what? A rumor, so a wonder, if the heavy easings rumor, maybe the heavy heavy story. Yeah. No, it's definitely from Lo because she talked about on world of dance. Okay, so yeah, it's definitely from heavy. She said so yeah. oh Chrissy Teigen. Deleting a bunch of tweets yeah, we don't got time for that. There's some stuff just like you know what we've been there done that, but yeah. Chrissy Teigen's in the news allow. There's been a ton of Hollywood headlines. There's only so much I can get to, but we did have one of our What of our actors passed away and she was I think one. Oh, four and Tony to Scotto from talking pictures paid off Oman. What is edge to her? And she was in gone with the wind. She was one hundred, zero, four, rewrite or one hundred voice. A Libya Day Havilland, yes, she's one hundred and four. She was Melanie Nineteen thirty nine gone with the wind. Shear so pretty, but yeah I saw Tony posted. He's so cute. Are we gonNA have Tony on on Friday. We're hoping to write. It? So we're getting Emma setup technically on his side, so it can kinda. Pull them into the show here so as we do it live from each of our homes and Tony. We'll be in his home. We'll try bring him in We're going to try to have Deanne on from Humane Society of Utah for Furry Friday on Friday and then we're GonNa try to get What's the update or the SCOOP WITH LAURIE FROM THE DREAM DOT COM? Does she have stuff on her end? Do we need to get her a phone Kylie? We're probably have to get her microphone, so I'm messaging your back and forth with it so. And then the same thing with Dr Burton we're. GonNa get him set up I think he's to be off next Monday, but probably a week from Monday. He'll be back on the show so whether we're back in studio, or or if we're still doing it from homes we'll definitely bring them into the show, so we're trying to get him set because. Because this is the world we live in now in twenty twenty, right? We don't know where we're GONNA be doing the show, so we're trying to get all our stuff. Technically setup so we can bring our guests into the show you know each day and have somewhat a normal show for it. We're trying our best here, so bear with US okay. Yeah all right, so we've got about. Let's see twenty five minutes until we turn things over to Jeff. McCartney, he's keyword a little after ten o'clock it's thousand dollar keyword. Pay Your bills. What? We threw out a few minutes ago, so we WANNA know if there's any MOMS or parents out there that are getting shamed for either wanting to send their kids back to school this fall or choosing to keep them home, so if you've got a story, eight, two, nine, four five. Ninety seven, one DHT's Frankie and just show podcast here on iheartradio. Number One hit music station with Frankie and Jess. doing the show live from our homes this morning again, so we're each. Individual homes, so we're trying to. Make it sound best. We can so hopefully it sounded okay on your end weather today sunny about ninety by the the week. We're going to be about one hundred little after ten o'clock. If you're GONNA, stay with us. If you can stay with us, it could be a thousand bucks for for pay bills, so Jeff McCartney. He's GonNa. Take over and just a few. Few minutes here and he'll have a thousand dollar keyword with pay your bills on the way. Just be ready to text. Those two, two, hundred, two hundred so I. Guess One of the texts that came in somebody was talking about Hollywood headlines and they said that that's a rumor, but they were so. We weren't sure what they were talking about. They were talking about the Meghan. Was that the Meghan? What is her name, Meagan? Make the Talian yeah, so so the fact that the what were they saying was a room of the fact that that she was shot because we're pretty sure that she was shot. Yeah I. Don't know what they didn't really clarify what the rumor was. Yeah she was absolutely shot. She had surgery to remove the bullets from her feet. There is a rapper that they'd mentioned in the beginning. That might have been the person that shot her because he was at the party with Kylie Jenner and a bunch of people. A lot of you know different elite that we're hanging out at Kylie's house, but I don't know they're I. Don't know what they're talking about. If it was the the rapper that they originally said it. It was maybe that was the rumor. They were talking about but I'm not sure there's there's so many Hollywood headline so little time will in that story where rumors are I mean that is a stitch story and there's nothing I mean the fact that she's not saying who it is the fact that when it happened, and then it didn't break until like the follow. It happened over a weekend. Embrace until like a Wednesday or Thursday. And that's just it's just weird. Weird story, it is an IT's yeah. They're keeping hush hush and the cops are wanting to investigate, but I guess a lot of people that were kind of around the scene. Don't WanNa talk, and so it is. It's super sketchy. So this is an article and I think a lot of people can relate to this. It's an article about mom's on being shamed for either wanting to send their kids to school this fall or opting to keep him home this fall and I say this fall, but. I mean. It's three weeks away from when school's going to start because we're. We just enrolled our little guy because he's. He's finally like ninety eight percent there as far as being potty trained, so he's going to go, and they you know before he was supposed to go last year but he wasn't potty trained until just recently like where he's like onboard with number one and number two. so going three weeks. We were just talking about this last night. And you know I've got mixed feelings I. Think my wife Tammy and I both have mixed feelings about sending him, but it's just like We're just we're going to do it. We're going to send them and hoping to God that. He doesn't get anything and hope hoping that you know what I mean that they're that they're really careful with the with the kids, but their preschool and he's only in for you know whatever it's going to be like a couple of days a week for a couple of hours of pop, so this is first time ever going to school preschool. but what about you so are you sending planning on sending Koop back to school? And that's probably what three weeks or so three I mean it's. It's right around the corner because it's almost August. Yeah, you're right. Yeah, we were looking at that last night to actually. Excuse me just looking at the date and it is, it's it's coming up quick and you know at first. I had reservations about sending him because of. Him wearing a mask, he has asthma, and that worries me just with the heat and having a mask and covering up his mouth and his nose, but here's the deal. He's an only child. He misses his friends. He needs the routine. He needs stimulation and you know he really wants to go, and it's his first year of junior high and I. Just want to create some sense of normalcy for him. and. You Know God forbid if he gets something, I mean that's the chance. We're willing to take because. We just can't keep him locked up forever. Yeah, yeah, and I think that's probably the the feeling for a lot a lot of parents, but whatever like you know we said earlier you know whatever you do or choose to do. It's your life jerk kid. It's your family but people I. Mean we're in A. We're in an age and I think with anything. You just can't win. You can't win with whatever you do whatever you decide to do. But the moms that shared kind of their stories within the story about being shamed for either sending their kids to school, or not choosing to send their kids This one woman said that her mother in law has been sending. Daily death tolls, so she's getting shamed because she's planning on sending our kids to school and the mother in law is sending the you know. The the daily death tolls like here's what we're looking at. Here's what we're looking at kind of shaming her because she's choosing to send their kids to school this fall. Somebody else said that the the shaming is coming from the spouse so I mean I'm sure there's a lot of homes that are probably divided. We're one wants to keep the kids home. And then the other person is like. Let's send him to school or vice versa, and that's probably causing some. Right some divide in the household. How much would that second you and your wife Tammy and made my husband? Kevin are usually pretty good about being on the same page, but could you imagine your own spouse shaming you about your like sending your kid to school? I can't even wrap my head around. That I mean like. I said Kevin I obviously don't want him to be in a mask all day with the heat with asthma, but we know that he needs it. We know that he wants to go, and we're not going to hold them back, but man. Could you imagine that all and some of the experts I mean again? I'm not saying either whatever's best for you or whatever? Whatever you? Choose what some of the experts are saying that you know, we have to look at it. A point of sending the kids you know there has to be some sort of like getting back to the routine. To look at it that way like what you're saying I. Mean I think it's really important. Depending on where your child is because I don't think it really matters for somebody like Axel because he's not even four yet. You know what I mean. If we opted to keep, keep them home, but somebody coop. WHO's thirteen is looking forward to junior high and he's missing his friends. It's a little different at that point you know. Posted this with. They said the MOMS in their Mommy Group are shaming I'm so. They're in a mommy group and the fact that I whether they're keeping their kids home or or sending them to school, but they're getting flack from the MOMS Let's see here what else we've got. Somebody yeah, so it's just a bunch of different stories within the story, but we want to throw it out if you can relate to that, so who in your life is shaming you about whether you're going to send your kids to school this fall or keep them home so eight to nine four five just try to keep a shortage of canopus hd in front of that message. This one said I've gotten a lot of crap for wanting to send my nephew to school, so it sounds like they've custody the nephew he wants to go and yeah. I got custody of him right before Ronan started and moved him from Mississippi and he doesn't know anybody out here and he wants to go and I want him to experience high school you, but there's a lot of people that are saying. Hey, it's dangerous and they're giving me crap because I'm now in charge of him, but. He, it's high school and that's the thing. There's all these memes going around on instagram. It's like this guy is forties and he looks like he's from the eighty s on a dirt bike he's. Ready to go back to school. What are we supposed to do? To their forty. Whether, you like going to be home to their forty so. That's just inevitable. You know that's kind of. That's the world we've been in. I. Think for the last twenty years. These tax, this one, said all three elementary school. Kids say that they want to go back even if they have to wear masks all day, they're okay with that and as parents. We've decided to let them but being shamed by my mother-in-law for letting my kids go back to school well. Yeah, this one said I'm sending my kids to school. Family and friends are saying. How could I? I'm being a bad parent last time I checked. You don't pay my bills. Yeah, some more tech's eight to nine four five, but like we said it's your kid. It's your decision and you know a lot of therapists and a lot of people weighed in and just saying the mental health and the emotional you know wellbeing instability, and just being able to be with your peers is so important to these kids. It's so important to these kids and you know I don't know the death rates with with the children I believe there isn't really. A big death rate with the kids, the last I checked. It affects mostly adults, but. I just think they need it I. Think if there's a possibility that they can go because a lot of them I mean think about the parents that have been fighting with their kids over last semester and trying to help them in the people that you know I have a friend who has three kids, and she about pulled Oliver hair out, just trying to home school. Them and I'm Mike thank God coop solar. I've only got one and he's pretty self disciplined about. I can't imagine just the stress. The parents go through Stephen. Keep them home. Yeah, just like you at that point. You're willing to let you know what I'm going to take a chance. Go to school. Go school because I don't know what's going to happen if you stay home another semester, right? It's true I think that's where people are. You know the families are really feeling stressed out because it is so especially. If you do have more than one kid, I can't even imagine and again we're not even in the ballpark of what some people are dealing with. Because our kid is, he's under four. You know we've got one so I can't imagine having multiple kids at home. I'd be like you know what I'm taking the chance. Get out just boom out the door. We'll see you keep your mask gun or not. Good luck. We love you. Well. That's the thing they were saying to the. There's a lot of kids that don't have a good home life and they really WanNa. Go to school and they need that break, and and it's healthy for them to be around other people, and to be who they want to be outside of their family, and the where the way they're treated, so you know God. Bless our teachers I know that they're you know some are excited to go back and some are scared, but we need them, and we'll just have to see how the school you're shakes out I know a lot of districts are doing different things where you could do. Online and then some in person depending on your comfort level that week, and they're really trying to work with the kids and the parents and thank God for our schools. You know. Yeah, they're not. It's not like cookie cutter for every district, so they're making it where it's depending on the district and the parents and the teachers and everybody involved there. It's a it's a different plan for each district, which is good. speaking kids in school so real quick before we go and things to Jeff McCartney. If you didn't hear, we're doing this a week from Thursday's HD in cricket wireless were packing the PLOD and we're trying to help out the cool kids. That isn't a granite school district, so that Granite Education Foundation that serves sixty seven thousand Utah. Children half of those kids are at. At an economic disadvantage, so they need school supplies so these kids like what you're talking about I mean these kids are going to be going back to school some of them just don't have the families don't have an option and they. They're going to send these kids back to school, and they don't have the basic school supplies. So that's the whole point of what we're doing. With, this Luther Stephanie, so she is nice enough. She's going to be stopped by the broadcast a week from Thursday. We're going to be broadcasting live in the parking. Lot of the Fort Union target, so we're looking to pack the POD she along with her office. She works with the lab group. She said it's a big company, but it's a small office. They're going to try to do the best they can. Whatever you can do so I said you know we appreciate you even if it's just something that you can do but. But, if you can get the office together, to kind of pull together and get some supplies. You can go to ninety hd dot. com see what exactly is needed, so we've got a list of supplies there. You can make a monetary donation right there at our website. Ninety seven one dot com there on the Tabula donation TAB, so if you want to do it that way if it's more easy or easier for you to donate, or if you WANNA, stop by the broadcast. We'd love to see him. We're going to be. Very. Cautious. Absolutely with covid nineteen and everything, so you can just Ri- You. Don't even have to get out of your car. We're GONNA have people. They're just kind taking stuff from me and we appreciate it. We're going to have I. believe coffee and Donuts from the Salvation Army. They're going to be on site, but we're going to be there the whole morning, so it's going to be Thursday August. Six from six am actually all the way to seven PM. So our shows going to be broadcasting live Jeff McCartney is going to broadcast his show live, and then Aj's going to. His whole show live so from six am to seven PM. Trying to pack the pod for the kids in the Granite Education Foundation so. You get. Them excited. I can't wait. I'm just excited to get out of my house. But it's only Tuesday. You've got until Friday until you get the release, so you can't. You GotTa stay in your house until Friday, right? I'll be a good girl I'll be so so Friday. What are we looking at Friday at nine? Am Friday at nine pm? From the Health Department of what you're supposed to do or is it like just Friday first thing you can leave? It was what they say. They said it was ten days from my diagnosis so I got diagnosed a week ago today, so that'd be what seven days today so eight is Wednesday nine ten? Yes, sometime soon nine. PM on Friday. Then you can lose. The day on Friday. I'll I'll just until Saturday I'll give you all a bonus hour. That's good all right, so have great Tuesday. We appreciate you guys on the other side, so Jeff McCartney's coming up next. He's got a keyword worth. A thousand bucks pay your bills. Make sure you're ready to text in a few minutes here to two hundred two hundred. We'll talk tomorrow morning here. So you guys.

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241. The Jim Henson Experience  Lena English  Fandom 5

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241. The Jim Henson Experience Lena English Fandom 5

"Hi this is Vanessa. Marshall I play Harra on Star Wars rebels as Tasers face Richard Horvitz. You may know me as Alpha Phi from power. Rangers is or on the power rangers are in trouble. And you're listening to the band. Cast welcome to the podcast episode. Two hundred and forty-one I'm your friendly neighborhood podcast brand new show and this week. We have another fan five. I've had successful podcasters. Tell me that behind every quality podcast is an amazing podcast spouse. We have on the show today. Knicks better half to talk about her phantom five so Lena English returns to the show today to talk about her phantom five some of the some of them are pretty popular. Some of them aren't one theme that runs through this. Entire discussion is about how as fans we constantly want more material and if we trust in these creators that we love so much to give us good content. We won't be disappointed but if we start dictating demanding changes we may be a little unhappy at the end of the day so without. Let's jump into our phantom five with Lena English so my top phantoms are Gilmore Girls Harry Potter the numbers series books by Janet Ivanovich the Dark Crystal both the movie and the new series and my most lime hobby of stained glass. Very nice and I love that. We are continuing on with the tradition of a non standard fan of fandom. I think everybody has had one of those so far so I love that so all right see. Is this phantom five in any particular order now did zone that you love? Yes all right all right so well. Let's just start moving through that list. Then so that's talk about Gilmore Girls. I only know the barest. Briefest of things about Gilmore girls from the episode that we did talking about the net flicks revival How did you first come to Gilmore? Girls what what made what made you think. Oh that's a show that I wanNA watch Actually are different. Sammy has been trying to get us to watch it for a while when it first aired when we were in junior high. I think I think that's about right and by the way to the listeners. Lena and I went to junior high and high school together. Yeah we're old and Sammy was telling us us. The girlfriends like. Oh it's so funny is so relatable you guys a love it. It's so much fun and and all I knew about it was that it was on the same network as seventh heaven and I didn't care for that show and so I had little desire to know anything. More about Gilmore girls but then many years later after we graduated another good friend said Oh. I caught a few episodes or got the season from the library or something like that. And I'm really enjoying it. We should watch it together and so while probably while Sammy was on her mission we started watching it and I think at the time that we got into it. It was airing lake season. Four or season five. I can't remember so we eventually caught up to watching it. Weekly and Vivian and I would get together at her sister's house up North Salt Lake and we'd all we'd watch and we'd gossip and read. I mean we got hard core into it from the very beginning and obviously at that point we were a little bit older and so it was easy to sort of look back on. Murray's decisions and be like. Uh So naive you know. Sixteen year old. Whatever and we're twenty now we know what is this But then I think yeah. I think we even ended up. We watched the revival together to I. Went up to address house and we watched The revival at the first revival episode together because. It just seemed right. That's which had to do but Actually I'm watching it now. Because no one's surprised and Laurel. I just had her thirty fifth birthday on on the season that I'm in and that just happens to also be how old I am and I I think I related so much to Gilmore girls at the beginning at even catching up to it. Because Rory was my age she graduated high school the same year she grad graduated college roughly the same year so all of these things all of her milestones milestones. Now I didn't go to Yale and they didn't have an affair with a married or anything like that but they're the fashion and the pop culture references like all of that is just right where I was and so now to realize that I am the age of her mother in one of these episodes to think that at this in this season worries about to graduate from high school and Laura is thirty five and I just thought. I'm glad I don't have a high schooler right now. I mean that is a very very shocking. I've my oldest is eleven now yes and I'm old. I'm old and I'm like okay. So that would be an that would be an extra seven years. Yeah and that's that's just insane. It's two more schools worth. Oh man that's that would be crazy so somebody says to you. I have no idea what Gilmore girls is is about. Should I watch it? I like to recommend it but I also know not everybody's Cup of tea. I love the pop culture references. I love the Quirky town characters. Like there's so much of it. That appeals to a lot of different demographics. I'll tell you what I love. Kirk Right Quirky. He's always got a new business idea. Yeah I think at one point. They actually tell you how many how many jobs he's had. It's pretty hilarious. But it's I mean I would definitely be stressing you know. It's a relationship between mother and daughter. So there's a lot of you know. Girlie style problems but then there's also a you know fifteen other characters that have pretty decent storylines that have nothing to do with rory or her mom so usually if. I'm explaining it to anyone. I train mentioned that part too. 'cause like hey it might look like it's just you know a a mother daughter. You know drama your comedy something but there's really a lot more to it and as the seasons go on you learn and you get to know so much more about the other characters that have side stories and and full lives completely separate of any of the main characters and they are just as good if sometimes not better than what's going on with the main characters. I will tell you I really like what's the the Fiat fiance husband's name Luke. Luke Luke I really love some of the things that he does and just like what you were saying. I could really relate to that because he also I've only watched the revival net flicks for the episode that we did. I'm I'm watching Luke. Go about and do his thing and like that's what I do. When I'm in an awkward in law situation I get what he's doing there and so I I liked. I liked you know I. I feel like part of the reason why I connect with Kirk is because I may or may not have crazy. Entrepreneurial Business job ideas coming off the top of my head every weekend. Sometimes I'm crazy enough to be like I'm getting this work. I think we should get your wife to chime in on about some of these ideas. You've had. It's probably best that she doesn't I'll tell you if she knew half of the ones that I decided to not pursue. She might be a little happier with the ones that I am pursue it. You should do that. Keep a running like a like a whiteboard or something of all the leave. It crossed out. Yeah like no no. I didn't do these ones see. Look at all these ones. I decided against so one of the things that I saw on the revival was and you alluded to it as well is that Gilmore girls is a show that is very much accessible to different stages of life as well and so now that you're watching it and you're realizing that you are the mother's age is the show different for you or is it just the same. You've you've nick is constantly talking about how you've watched these shows over and over and over again is just is just watched them enough. Now that you're like this is permanently how I feel about this or do you watch them and still get new things out of it. I don't know about getting new things out of it but I will watch them and have a new appreciation for you. A reaction or a decision or something. It'd be like yeah. That makes a lot more sense now but one of the things that actually Taylor and I have talked about a lot. Is that when you're when you're watching it? When we were younger. It made a lot of sense to side with rory as being the one closest to our age. And then kind of have that Laura lies so overreacting about this or Blah Blah Blah and. Then you get older. You realize that Laura actually doesn't make super great life decisions herself either. Then when I think about her being my age I think we'll Yang always make super great life decisions either so I can relate to both of them now but you know. Also it's kind of like that means that goes around how you know you're old when you relate to the Disney princesses parents more than the princess or you're just yeah exactly it's like yeah that makes a lot of sense and so you're not. You're not allowed to get married. You just met him so there are a lot of things where you sorta shake your head like Roy How could you think that that was a good idea or something but then also you're like well early? You're old enough to know better than that. Is there a viewing order for Gilmore? Girls like I feel like anybody could jump into the revival and just watch the revival and there are things that you're like. Oh that's a callback for the fans but the story is still accessible. But do you do you recommend? Starting at the first episode is going all the way through. And if if you're ready to commit then yes. There's so much that sets up in the first couple of seasons. That might not seem as necessary as far as the rest of the seasons. Go but there's so much character building and things like that that are really like really just sat up at the beginning. And it's not it's one of those were the first few seasons like if I was giving someone a I can't remember you. Call the edit. The beneath the bench cut. Yeah if you if I was to give someone to bench cut I could probably go for about half of the first season and maybe about half of the second season like cutting out some of the less important less plot heavy episodes but not very much is left behind like they seem to always come back like even You Know Dean who was her boyfriend in the first and second seasons by the end of season two. She's dating jess in the justice with her through season three and then in season four he comes back and then so does dean and so if you were to say skip the first couple of seasons you wouldn't know why it was important that the two of them were back and what her relationship was with either of them because it's not they don't rehash any of that they just assume you know what's going on and so there. I am sure we could cut out episodes here and there that don't Giant leaps in plot but for the most part you really do need the history that goes through the whole season and or the whole series. So I would say that if you're if you're thinking oh I wonder what this gilmore girls is about. Then maybe I could pick a couple of better written or funnier episodes or something for you to decide if you like the tone of the show or something but for the most part starting at the beginning and just going through is really the best plan okay. So then if I were to say I'm only going to give this maybe two episodes. What would you tell me to watch bef- before deciding whether I'm going to commit to the whole Shebang? I definitely have my favorite episodes. I may actually. There's an episode in season. Two three to I think season to It's the twenty four hour dance marathon and it's the episode where Dean and Rory Break Up for good essentially and it's a really. It also has a funny sort of side plotline with Sukey and Jackson and you know Luke Scott some good lines and it kind of explains well explains but like you get the feeling of where Rory and dean have been recently and then you get the the drama with jazz and you know so. There's a few things that are happening there. I would say that. That's a fairly good tonal episode. If you are just wanted to see if you like the idea of the show it still funny it still quirky But then it's got a little bit of that drama And then one of my favorite episodes is in season five with when she meets well. That's when she meets but after she's Been with Logan for a little while. And she's in the life of observing the life and death brigade and it's The title is jump. You jump and it's just a good at almost like a little bit of a deviation from the norm you know. She's trying to be a journalist and she's trying to be impartial and stand back and Logan is trying to drag her out of her comfort zone. You know letting her sort of be more involved and it's kind of it really that at that point it really foreshadows and sets up what her future with. Logan is going to be like over the next few seasons. And obviously that's not really necessary to know while watching it but you know watching it four or five times later you can see like oh they really do. They really do explain a lot at this point. Are they really do set up a lot of what Logan's like and what worries like and how they react together? It's a it's another good episode. So yeah it's probably say those two episodes would be once that even not knowing anything else about what's going on would good examples of the series. Okay and you know the the one with the that you were just talking about with the change in Pace Sherman. Palladino must've obviously felt that it was that important to the show that it was a big part of the revival callback. So yes and I mean 'cause Logan's big deal was the life and Death Brigade it's Rory's one of big stories at the college paper and all of that and it's really how she got connected with Logan and the other the other guys and a couple of other girls really do play really heavily into the last. Maybe I think the last two full seasons and so it almost wouldn't make sense to have the revival without at least doing a callback to them. At some point and the and actually the life death brigade portion of that episode is highly debated. It's very polarizing not. Everybody was a fan of it. I didn't love the music video aspect of it because it seemed to different from the tone of the regular show but I did love seeing them again. Everything they did was totally life and death brigade. I was all about the rest of it but I also a huge logan fan so I was down for pretty much anything that Logan was going to be a part of. Okay all right well. Let's shift gears a little bit here and talk about your next fandom on the list which you've got Harry Potter yes so. I don't know that there's anybody out there who doesn't know what Harry Potter is. But why Harry Potter? I honestly think that it was just a good timing for me. My Mom got the first book as a way to. I guess influence my brother to read more my brothers about four years younger than me and I think I was in junior high when she got it and she's like Oh this'll be interesting. This'll be something that he'll wanna read and he really didn't and instead when I was like well you should read it then and I read it and I loved it and I read the first three books that were already out and I remember wile. I was reading it. There were other kids at school reading it as well or at different places of reading it and some that hadn't heard of it and some that had read the first book as soon as they came out and I had not heard of it until my mom brought that first book home but then I remember the first book ever waiting for it to be released and having a hold at the library was number four was and so I remember getting it and reading it in the car like this is happening and I am so excited and I think about the time. The book came out. I both my brothers were old enough to understand the story lines and so I started reading them out loud to them and then when nick and I started dating he was reading the fifth one and I had only got as far as the fourth with my brother so it was like. Hey It's funny that you've got the fifth one here. And so then I started reading the fifth one out loud to him while we were dating and we ended up reading the the fifth sixth and seventh together. And I wasn't. I've never been a huge like magic wizard witch type of fan like that. There's never really been my jam. But there was something about the the comedy in their relate ability and just the really good writing I guess that just sort of drew you into that world and made it feel like this is totally happening just on the other side of the world while I think this I think there's a lot of it has also to do with some of the things you were talking about with Gilmore girls where you could relate to the character because you were about that stage in your life right now and the Harry Potter books came out. The Harry Potter was a little younger than we were. But not by that terribly much and I feel like Harry Potter is like the gateway drug for urban fantasy for like everything else. Yeah yes yes and and so I. I wonder if that's if that was part of maybe what brought you into the magical realm because it's not Lord of the Rings where you've got the Shire and you've got all of those different places and he's like Oh this is a whole nother world. It was earth. It was London You know it's a right. And and she really sort of introduced you to that world kind of slowly like you got dropped into hogwarts but then you then you heard about hogs meeting. He makes one trip to diagonally. And then another book is up in nocturnally and then you hear about green got said I mean all of these things that slowly come into play after you've already accepted a certain amount of a fantasy about it. You know so. It's not like you suddenly. I've always felt like for me. I've never read Lord of the Rings and it just felt so all encompassing. But I know I've read books with just as much detail in just as much world building but I don't I don't know why learned of the Rings. His just felt so daunting. But but yeah like she. She doesn't expect you to understand anything more than she's already told you. And so you just go with it because you know if something if you don't understand something Ms GonNa come back around. You know she'll explain it whether you want her to to or not she will explain it. Yes that's very true. They after the first booker so you can just skip like the first fifteen pages as she recaps. What's happened in the other books? How do you feel about? Jk rollings. I don't even know what to call it? Her her continual world building that she is doing on twitter and and over on potter more where she is continually adding to the lore and giving character back. Story 'cause I know that's kind of divisive among fans. Do you feel like it's cool that she keeps adding more or you know you've got a good book now. Let's just lock into place? No I actually love that. She's doing it because I mean fans are GonNa make their own assumptions and they're going to draw conclusions and they're going to say this is how it is and that's where you know fan fix stuff come in and I love it myself because that shows me that she didn't just write the book she built the world. I mean she had characters with back stories. That never saw the light of day in the books but influence the way that her character that those characters behaved in the books that they were in. And who are the most interesting things for me when I first got on potter? More was her backstory for mcgonagall and it was just all of these things that had nothing that we're never even kind of hinted at in any of macgonagall scenes or storylines but you can see once you read all of that you think. Oh that makes sense. Of course that's how it is and so you don't have to make it up and I I mean I like that. She's come back in and like apologized for certain deaths and stuff like that. I just I know that I have writer friends and I know that. Sometimes that's just how the story goes but that doesn't mean you've got You gotta like it you know but I like that. She keeps sort of dropping more information bombs on US. Because that to me. That's the best way to continue the story. I don't know I haven't read curse child but I don't know if I would really want much of a continuation because I always I am hesitant with things even like the Gilmore Girls Revival am hesitant with anything like that because you have something with such a good fan base. That almost seems perfect in. Its own right that you don't really want or need something to come back and train either make it better or diminish its original value to you so I find it. I find it interesting that that she has. You know I I was GONNA ask well. What if she? What if she put out another book that explained Harry Potter the College Years? And you just kind of answered that question right there. Well I mean. Don't get me wrong. I'd read it because I'm a fan but I sometimes they I do think you're kind of drake with what you said before they just kind of leave well enough alone like you've got a good story here but that doesn't mean that we don't as fans want more information. We love these stories and want to know all about it. It's the same reason when at like the cons and stuff when actors are asked what their favorite part to play was or. What was the best behind the scenes like we just we want as fans we want more? We want to know more about our favorite stories in our favorite characters and she is good at giving us that and obviously some of the things she's given us have been controversial but I just feel like it's not. I'm not the one writing the story. I'm not the one pulling this information out. She has has these back stories and I will accept them in any form. She will give them to me. I am of this conversation's making me. Think back to a sophomore English discussion that we had in class and I can't remember what book we were reading. It was like the book of the year that we were reading. We were tearing apart like why the author used this color instead of chills. I remember this discussion. I think shirt it was a Jewish coming of age. Book Wasn't yes. I think it was but we were. We were talking about it and somebody asked the teacher. What does it matter does? And if the author meant something by they would've told us something and our teacher said something to the effect of well. You know what the author's death tell us what they think about it anymore and I think social media has really changed that landscape because used to be the authors could only tell you what they were thinking in a published interview or something like that. Yeah well now Jiechi can just go jump over onto twitter and say she feels like hey guess what this is the thing and like you said she's got entire world. I love before the first fantastic beasts movie came out. She released a short story about over morning and told us that all about the houses and how that magic school started and all of us fans we read it and we were like okay. This is this is really cool. Why even an episode on all the mythology beat on it? And we did that and you probably were on that one and then I did one where I just literally deep dived into okay. Here's a story about the thunderbirds. In how why? They're important and it was only like a twenty minute long episodes but it was like we were all convinced that we were. GonNa see ILR MORNING. And then fantastic beasts comes out and there's like a single reference to it yep like. Oh okay she just. She's just filling us in on the world and there are things knowing what. I know about over morning changes how I perceived the American wizard ing world right and it was like okay that that actually makes a lot of sense and I you know I. It's just it's just kind of NEAT world building and I've said this before I will forgive. Terrible one dimensional characters if they live in a really cool world or having really cool magic system. I'm not I'm not gonNA say Harry Potter's magic system is really cool because it. It's it's exactly what it needs to be at the time that it needs to be their plot right. Yes yes The the wizards ones are all the doctor's sonic screwdrivers. They just do what they need them to do. But I tell you I will forgive that because it's a really cool world but she has built. Yeah it was any else about Harry Potter that you wanted to say before. We jump into your next random. I'm no I mean like you said we've all read it and if you haven't read at this point you probably either aren't going to or have tried and didn't like it so. I'm not going to try and convince anyone who hasn't read or seen but I I mean even nick and I will even listen to the books over and over and over on road trips. We just finished number seven in the series for like I think the second time through the whole series on audiobook and our next plan is to get them all read by Stephen Fry and start all over again because no matter how many times you read them. There's always something you're like. Oh I forgot that that tiny piece of information that makes so much more sense when you know the rest of the story and it's every and it's not like new information. It's Oh yeah that's right and so it's I will always like them all right. I didn't think about one more question that I want your opinion on the ending of the of the movie series when the book series when it shows Harry and Ginny and Ron anxiety married and sending their kids off to school. How did you feel about that? Are you like the R- particularly the the biggest complaint I always hear is Harry and her? Miami should have ended up together. How how do you feel about the way that she ended that? So I actually my biggest pet peeve I guess with that scene is the kid's names because man but I don't mind that Harry was with genie and I actually have only come onto. The Harry should have ended up with her Miami train. Recently because it now looking back it makes so much more sense that he would have ended up with his best friend but also run ended up with his best friend. So like it's not. It's not too much to be upset about in my opinion. I don't mind that he ended up with Jane with Ginny. And I don't mind that Ron and her my near together because you know there's no accounting for taste but Yes and I liked that little hint at the end because at the time we thought that was the only thing we were going to know about Harry in the future and it just gave a quick snapshot into what the Wizard World was like. Now Post Voldemort. And they're still sending their kids to hogwarts they all have regular jobs. You know this is sort of just life is life is normal but then even that many years later. They're still that slate stigma about slither and Harry has to say. Hey none of that because of all of these other important things that happened and it kind of makes you think we still do that too. I mean how many things were how many years ago that still have that. Poor stigma egg with them but but overall answer to your question is. I think it's fine. Okay right. That's that's interesting. I really like how your take on things? So far has been look is their world. They do what they want. That's true. I'M PRETTY PRETTY EASY GOING. So many fans take the opposite taxes like no this is what my head cannon was but we're going to jump into a fan of now that. I feel like I've been told about but I know absolutely nothing about the number series the books by Janet Ivanovich Ivanovich ship. What what are what is that? What is it about? What how? How is this? The one that fifty-seven hundred bucks. Yes I think it's twenty three or twenty four but it feels like fifty seven hundred so it's a book about a bounty hunter in New Jersey and she. The book starts with her working. I can't even. She's working at some like makeup counter or something like that. I'm going to get that wrong because it's been ages since I read the first one but she either is. Let go she. They're fired or she quits for some. You know really reasonable reason and ends up working as about any hundred for her cousin who owns a bail bonds office and her cousins. Just a slimy weasel and but whatever she's able to do is fairly easy and she brings in someone and gets a little bit of money and was like yeah. I could do this about word. Yeah it's fine. I can do this. And you're introduced to most of the other main characters in that first book The I actually I the for the first five books are a little darker a little more serious than the rest of the series ends up being but you meet Ranger who is a fellow bounty hunter. Who'S ONE OF THOSE TALL? Dark and handsome mysterious types. That is just an expert in his field and She ends up however it is. She gets in touch with him. He helps her sort of know more about the job and how to succeed at it. And then there's a cop who Joseph Morelli who is someone that she went to high school with and you found out you find out that she had a brief An unfulfilling relationship with him in high school and now he was a cop that she's struggling to keep to take seriously and he's just frustrated with her because as bounty hunters they're sort of outside the law and you know he's trying to be on the straight narrow kind of thing and the first episode. I episode man. I need to read more books the first book you meet Lula who ends up being a staple best friend in every book character. Who's actually self described as a Ho? And she works a street corner and her whatever the plotline is puts her Sort of endanger an so. Stephanie is trying to help her and I'm eventually she comes and works at the bail bonds office and does filing and stuff but ultimately she just rides along with Stephanie. With all of her follower picks. And so it's they're all the stories have a similar feel. They're all funny and they're all a little romantic and a little Depending on the storyline dramatic or even a little bit intense. But it's mostly just entertainment. But I think the genitive which is such a good writer. She has a handful of other standalone books. Plus like two or three other full series. Is that have like I wanNA say five or six bucks each at least she's Co authored other with her daughter and as well as with other authors and she's definitely got a style and you can ask someone who's read most of her other books. You can really pick it out. But it's she's really clever and you can tell that for the most part she thinks through all of the plotlines and so there don't feel appear to be giant potholes or anything like that but they're just entertaining books but as a Fan. She needs to wrap it up your conclusion to story. Yes so is this a book that is more about the world that she's building or more about the characters characters because it just takes place in New Jersey. It's an I don't know what year it was supposed to be when it started. But it's definitely not a year consistently in between each book and so. I don't know how much time is supposed to have passed between the first book and the book now twenty three books later or something like that because she's still roughly the same age and still doing roughly the same thing you know it's kind of like a simpsons situation Perpetually in her early thirties or something like that but There is the love triangle between Stephanie and Ranger and Morelli kind of has its ups and downs. But she's really gotTa pick one genucel. Pick one an end of the series. I need some. I need some conclusions. So let me ask you about the timeframe then is this pre or post cellphone world it spans it a little bit like I think. I'm pretty sure that she's got a cell phone in the first book but I also feel like there's a lot of hey let me borrow your phone type of situation like kind of one of the things about Stephanie is. She's pretty accident prone and this kind of a joke that she has a car blown up or totaled in some way in almost every book it's sort of a a gag now in all the other people are like. Don't ruin this car and so you never know. At one point. She probably had a cell phone and it probably got destroyed in the car or something. But it's in the books now they they're up to date you know they're they're not keeping with if it started in the eighties. It's not only in the nineties now like we're current okay. That's interesting 'cause I was just I. I've talked to some writers about this. A couple of writers that I know really prefer to set things back in the seventies and eighties before there were cell phones because so many things can be solved by having a cell phone now. Yes and having a camera with you at all times having a recording device with you at all times having the whole time. Yeah Yeah for sure and I mean I for the most part I think the most they do with the cellphones in this series is just calling. You know there are times when you're they're like well you should call Morelli. It was like I left my phone in the car or something you know. So they don't do a lot but also the. The premise of the books is that these people are hard to find. And so there's not just googling or something like that would happen. Their checked in yeah and a lot of it is is also like New Jersey like Mafia. You know so there's more I guess danger maybe like these people are a little more ruthless in some regards and so One of the major plot points at the beginning was a boxer who is abusive and so he was just Gary just downright scary and so there are some things that you know having a cell phone just doesn't improve. I guess that is true. Okay let me ask you then because you've you've given US little bits of tastes have lots of different things. There's some romance and there. There's some cars blowing up. There's yeah Gary Boxers. If you were to shoehorn this into a genre what would it be I'd probably say mystery like it's there. Each one of them is a mystery of some sort usually murderer or disappearance of some kind but it is definitely a comedy like they are. They're funding books. But then they will have serious portions. And so but you can't. You can't be sensitive to language or sex dot. Every book has all of it but some books have both of them. So you can't really be. They can't be something that really bothers you because it's used newbie not prolifically but it's in there but I would say I would tell people it's a mystery series but then also very funny okay. Baroness Kinda like I. Don't know if you've read these books and to be honest I haven't either but everyone keeps telling me I should. The Jim Butcher books the very very easily nick. Nick has read those and said they are. It's almost like just a male version of Stephanie. But but without a supernatural right without the supernatural. I was GONNA say miss. Read exactly what you were saying. Nope no supernatural in this series. There's another one that is similar. That is supernatural also. Really love if you want. The supernatural side. The hollows series by Kim Harrison is also about a witch bounty hunter and the vampire partner that she has and their pixie sidekick so that but it's a super good like it's just didn't sustain Lee good But Yeah it's the similar just with the supernatural. In fact Nick has commented because he's read a few of the Rachel Bell or of the hollows books and then the Jim Butcher and he has drawn a lot of of similarities between them. Okay all right well. Let's I have a feeling you're going to have a lot to say about our next Phantom on this list just because I've known you for a while because I have some things that's going to get you going. I'm pretty sure the dark crystal movie and the new series. Yes Oh man. Is it bad for me to plug another podcast while on this one knows before it because I also discussed the dark crystal in the protagonist podcasts? Okay well I'll take it back at that But so I mean I went in pretty in depth with the With the movie in that one but the thing. Nick told me that I also need to mention that. Besides just the dark crystal. I really have a love affair with Jim. Henson across the board I. There's pretty much there's nothing I've seen his. That doesn't blow me away and so There is really no way. I was not going to like the dark crystal and to be honest. I don't remember when I saw the first time but I do remember more recently realizing that not everybody watched as a child and that some people who did were may be scarred by the thing that I like about it and I read a little bit more about it after the after the news netflix series. But it's based on a book on a book series or just a book that had Just a really intense world and Jim Henson just fell in love with it and work directly with the author to create this and it went through years of rewrites and it you know they finally got to a place where they were happy with it but when you know I guess what they were trying to do and what they accomplished like you can tell. That stuff's missing. But they are doing a great job of filling that in with this with the Netflix series. And I was not disappointed at all. I love every second of this of this new series and I think they did. It was a great Throwback I guess or off to the original movie everything looks like it came right out of the same production set at the same time and I'm glad that there are still Henson's working on it and it's it's mazing well and so the the new series is is a Prequel to the dark crystal movie. Yes correct all right so I will tell you this. I was shocked absolutely shocked with us. I tried to watch the new series and I felt like I was missing things like there were things that were not explained to me that I was just expected to know. How far did you get surprise me To the big twist when the big twist? Because I don't know if it was the big twist but to the part where she in some of the Hero's journey regular world just ended and crazy. Magic stuff happened in the library. No right so pretty pretty close to ask an episode okay so a lot more gets explained because we did kind of the same thing and I think it's around episode three where it's like. Oh okay But there are certain things that you are supposed to take in stride at the beginning But I want to say that the majority of any plot questions get resolved There's obviously a few that you can tell. They've left for future seasons but none of them are. I don't think any of them are big important. Storylines go to this series. But it's I think I WANNA say episode three is when we were kind of like This is explaining some things. Okay but also this. This does take place like a thousand years before the movie. Yeah you know I I was okay with that. What I felt like I wasn't getting was the like the relationship between the races. And why some of them had wings and some of them didn't those worms were and yeah. I felt like that was just part of they. Were expecting me to understand that from the movie. Yeah I mean the FIZZ Gig. It was nice to find out that FIZ gig was the name of the species of animal not that individual animal's name from the movie though that was new But yeah I mean there are a few things that I think you're just supposed to realize are unique to this world but I just I like Jim Henson and I like this type of world that he builds and so I don't tend to focus on those things because they just go cool. Jim Henson thing so you think do you think it's the muppet and the puppetry aspect of it not puppetry aspect of it or do you know about Jim Henson or is it the take on the take on the world? What what do you think that is speaking specifically about the dark crystal? I appreciate the almost unique storyline I mean obviously hero's journey but there's I don't know the different species and all that type of different those things that almost would be just as interesting to read but there's something about the way the Jim Henson Company is able to make it so lifelike that you almost don't care that it's puppets you know when you think I'm watching this. Show with puppets you expect to stay sesame street or something like that. That's very specifically geared toward children. But the more you watch it the more you've you completely lose that you're watching puppets. Almost you think that you know you're just you're watching an animated show but then when you realize that they've pulled this off with ninety percent physical physical puppets and scenery and things like that. That aren't CGI then. It just brings a whole other level of appreciation for the the story and the experience as a whole. So what if they had decided we are going to do this one as a very heavily. Cgi No puppets all digital puppets. And we're going to bring Jim Henson into a new era. How would you felt as a fan of the classic movie watching this this new series on net flicks if they had gone? Cgi Do you think it would've changed? It would depend on how it came out I would be on board with it. If the if the storyline like everything. If everything played out exactly as it did except for that it was animated. I would still be on board because I feel like it was very well executed now. Granted that visual interest. I might it. Might not have of held me so wrapped during it but It was definitely I think if it were animated and still look if an animated version and put the sound to it. I'm still onboard. A but they've done stuff like this before I was a fragile rock fan and that was originally a puppet show but then they did have an animated version of it and I loved it just as much so I mean. They've they've had success doing those types of things I mean. Look at muppet babies. Really any of the the muppet style you know children's things have had some sort of animated version of them. Then it really just depends on how they're executed. Okay so would you say that? That's why you're the fan. You're a fan of the JIM. Henson company is because of the way they execute. They look at their target audience in the execute appropriately. Do you think that is more than say? The puppets yeah I I can say that because there are lots of other shows and Experiences that have the similar type of puppets. But there's something about the Jim Henson experience. I guess that just feels unique. And so there's gotta be. There's something about the way that they're doing it. That is just I guess. Better it's the the brand name versus the generic. But it's the thing about Jim. Henson is there is always something for the parents even. If it's a kid show there is always something for the parents and I really appreciate anything like that. Well I will say even with Sesame Street. There's always something for the parents. I mean you had the game of thrones sesame street. We're almost telling him to get along. Yes so even when you think about the guests. I mean how many of those celebrities were known by the three and four year old kids? That were watching him and that was you know that was for the parents there was. I WanNa say it was a maroon. Five song the ELMO did with Adam Levine. And no it wasn't there may even move but I'm thinking actually of j. There so there was a Jason Mraz Song that Oh yes remember that one and my son would watch it over and over and over and over again when he was when he was young and it came on the radio the original version and my son was like. That's they're singing it wrong. Yeah well and that stuff sticks with you because first of all I can't sing. Let it be. It's let her be. Because that's what Sesame Street told me and I can't count to twelve without singing the song I mean it's really sticks with you but then I still remember Aaron Neville being on singing with With Ernie about the moon and I just think I didn't know who Aaron Neville was when I was that age but that was it was such a cool scene was such a cool musical number that they did that later when I heard him as an artist I remember oh I recognize that guy. I know him. He's the Guy Sesame Street right exactly those years. Okay so I think we will down. Jim Henson just executes on things and he gives it to the people because I would say Sesame Street. His target audience was obviously the children but if the parents absolutely hated the show doesn't work watch watch it so all right. I I like that. I like that. A Lot. Let's in just the last few minutes we've got here. Let's talk about your fifth and your twist stock about your stained glass hobby. Yes so. I'm Steve Glasses. Something that I learned in high school was one of those elective art credits and the class. I learned it in was actually just called crafts and I was not going to turn up. Turn away from a class called CRAFTS. And in that class we got to learn a dozen different artistic styles including jewelry making and collages and and senior year. They even introduced a pottery wheel But one of the small sections of the class was stained glass. And I remember thinking this is so cool like what. Where has this been like? How else am I gonNA learn how to do this? And shortly after signing up for it I found out that I actually had to aunts. That did it at home as hobbies too and that kind of blew my mind like wait. This is something you can do at home you can. You can get these things for yourself. I don't have is the school's equipment yes But so because that class that I got to take three semesters of crafts whenever year some people took real classes I took graphs but It so I got to do a progressively larger project With the end of each year and the the piece that I did was based on a picture that my dad took a leaf stuck in ice down in southern Utah. So there's got some red rocks and some bubbly ice in this pretty like autumn leaf and it still hanging up in my. I Say Studio. But it's really my laundry room. Ms Still Hanging Up. And it's the really the first big project that. I did and when Nick and I I got married. I've found my way into a grinder with some of the tools and then I Mister fat girl told me where they he got the glass for the class and so I would visit behind glass periodically and get some of their By the pound bulk stuff just to have a little bit of supply and now I have glaus coming out my ears and I will never ever in my life use it all but that is never going to stop me from getting more of it and I just. I really enjoy it. I taught it with Granite School district for a little while. And they're continuing education I am in the process of trying to be able to teach it again with Kenyans district. It's just a really fun. Hobby it's very creative but also fairly technical and amid allows you to do pretty much anything you want and I could talk forever about the the requirements for a good pattern and things like that but There's actually a line from Gilmore girls that I like to think about. A lot was stained glass in. It's something about how They're talking about a an embroidered pillow and they say well it always. I always love it when someone curses embroidery. It seems so much more intentional and I just think you can do anything and one of the things I love to show. My students in that class was all of the FANDOM. Related things you could do like. Here's a spiderman one. I had someone make a snitch. Like they're all of these things that you can represent in the stained glass. It doesn't have to be you know big swirly. You know Gothic or Art Deco or whatever. It doesn't have to be anything like that. You can make whatever you want in as complicated or as simple of a form as you want and so if you have something that you love you can do it this way down at one of the universities down in Utah County. I want to say I can't remember which one there is. A building with a lot of stained glass on it our the history of the world. They're very specific. Doctor who references I want to say all of those I would die. I haven't had a chance to see it yet but I actually visited the studio. I think it was Holdman Studio. That was working on it wallows in process it took years to create that and when. I heard that it was on display. I've had everybody knows that I do this. And so I had when it opened. I had dozens of people texting me pictures. Like you have to come see this. It's amazing and I still haven't made it down but it's I I pick apart and I examined the stained glass everywhere we. There's a museum in Chicago that we were able to go to just for one night. That was there and I could have spent a whole day in that and the every temple that I've been in has always like can I just look at all the windows like are you came. I just wandered around for men like I just WanNa look at all of the windows and anytime I you know. Were pass a house or building a notice. The stained glass. I like. I'd nick notices the way assign is built or put together and I noticed if they're stained glass so what I'm hearing you need to make a stink last signed company. You are. We could do that. Yeah and actually so. Nick actually helps me with my patterns a lot because he has the Carell. Draw the any of the design programs. He has those at work and so I will make a sketch of what I want. And then he'll turn it into a vector and printed out for me or send it to me at work and I will tell him what adjustments to make and then he makes it better so it. It's it's working out very well I love it. I love it if somebody wanted to get started in stained glass obviously look for canyons continuing ed sooner or email them and be like. Hey I really want to take a steam stained glass class and I hear a really great teacher or drop it in the fandom fan of facebook page. I'll get so what kind of investment is it so there's a grinder soldering iron glass. Is there much more. Yeah it's Yeah. It's one of those hobbies that you really don't invest in until you know you're going to do it like if you if you wanted to start. Drying you could get a pencil and paper and start doing it and then you would get more more serious tools. I guess as you got more serious but you really can't do anything without all of the tools and so besides the grinder and the glass. There's a glass cutter. Silver pairs of pliers. You need copper. Foil tape omit comes in various thicknesses are various widths The go round the glass You have to have the soldering iron. And there's numerous types of sod depending on what you're trying to do and flux that'd here's the solder to the foil tape And then if you are really serious you can also get flux remover for cleaning up the peace after you're done because pretty much. Nothing takes off the flux. Once it's on there just suit so sticky and grimy and so I have I mean I've shelves and drawers of things and obviously I've been accumulating for fifteen years but it's like there's consumables obviously so you're going to go through some of it but other parts are investments like. I'm still using the same grinder that I bought with. Nick and I refers married. And so I've had this grinder in its by been using it successfully for like thirteen years and so some of it one hundred bucks and you can you. Can they sell them at hobby lobby and they have a forty percent off coupon? So if you're going to do that just go every day and by piece of equipment. Import percent off coupon. Yeah just fine but it's Yeah it's kind of an investment and it was one that I had to. I think I dropped eighty bucks to get a grinder. The one pair of pliers thing of a role of foil tape and a glass cutter and that lasts just. Those tools lasted me for ages before I decided to get back into it seriously as a hobby and then I started accumulating other tools. But it was like yeah. It's kind of an investment. Okay well you know any hobby is though and as you're doing it you podcasting. I bet we started out with a started out with a fifteen dollar microphone. And I'm not even going to admit on air now so but if you were if you like to off you would go out and pay green fees. If you wanted to play basketball in the gym you would have to pay a gym membership. There are costs for any hobby out there. Yeah of course so then like a continuing Ed class is probably the best bet to get started on this. Is that what I'm hearing if you are interested in it as a hobby and you'd like to just see how it how it works. Then absolutely a continuing ed or most of the stained glass studios do like three day or you know one day classes on it where they do everything from start to finish and you know three or four hours but You do usually pay between one hundred and three hundred dollars for that type of a class because sometimes they provide everything and give it to you. So you're paying for supplies that you get to keep some of the lesser ones are ones where you're basically just paying for the consumables. Yeah and you're paying for your piece that you finish but Like for example. The grant class that I did was about one hundred dollars to register for but I provided everything and you went away with your piece and so part of that was because it was an investment for the school to be able to get the number of tools that I needed to be able to teach it and then after a little while the investment was done and so it you know it wasn't as much the the it was more of the consumables. Now that money went toward more glass and more tools. And things like that but If you did it someplace like Holdman studios or on. There's one up. North called Kelly stained glass studios. I think that I follow on facebook and they do classes all the time. I think they do three different levels of classes. But there's are a couple hundred dollars but they give you a kit. I believe that you get to take home so depending on whether you think this is something like Oh. I've always wanted to do this. And I need to know how to start on my own or that sounds like fun it would. It would be a fun way to spend a couple of weeks. You know different options. Okay all right. Well as we're wrapping up here then is there anything else that you wanted to mention? Yes as I was thinking of my phantoms. They realized a little bit. After I had set my list that I also am a big Fan of Veronica Mars and I will not go into much about it because I I know I've already exhausted my time but For anybody who is interested or things that any of my other phantoms sounded interesting. Definitely check out Veronica Mars. It is also funny very dramatic. Really great acting great storylines Taylor keep trying to get me to watch it. And I know my Gosh Brandon. The second I start watching it I will watch all of it so I have the. Dvd's Taylor gave them to me for my birthday years ago. So you can borrow you can just binge it all your wife like. Do I promise it all right kate? Well with that I guess I you know thank you for being on here and thanks for showing US really the better half of nick anytime. That concludes my interview with Lena. English and you know she said something when we were talking about Jim. Henson that really got me thinking when she compared Jim Henson to the name brand versus the store. Brand of the Phantom's. I don't know that I've ever heard anyone say no. I like the knockoff. Better than I like the original but I also know the phantoms. Anything's possible. So if you like a knockoff of something better than the original baseball's better than you like Star Wars. Send me a message to feedback at Phantom PODCAST DOT COM. Hit me up on twitter at fandom cast or you can join the facebook group at Phantom podcast dot com slash group. It'll redirect over to the fan to maniacs and we can have a discussion about that over there and unless I'm GonNa ask you a favor if at any time during this episode you thought. Hey I've got five phantoms. That have positively influenced my life. Then I have to be your five. They don't have to be your favorite. They just have to be five. Phantoms have influenced your life. Reach out to me. Let's get you scheduled. Let's talk about your phantoms. So all I have left to say is until next time. May The fandom be with you?

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Thor (MCU Film) - GMMF

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Thor (MCU Film) - GMMF

"Would the next. Movie of Gay, my mom phone i Mike Calverton who has built plans to die today, an old man and a full Michael Case Us. And the giant man with a sword who sends people through time, Bill Tucker. been trying to do now. Look up quotes before he started in ultimate goal I literally just thought of that. That was not planned this time I forgot that, so it's all right there. There's nothing being nothing scripted enough he this. Indeed indeed. It'd be highly professional. We can go. All right before we up. I should introduce what we're talking about. We're going to be talking about four to fourth MC. You movie and one that I have not seen in a few years. That's been a law from his will. Hit Her. Remember Really Liking this movie all lot. When I had seen it back in the theaters and I'm really liking. I watched it before Joel Trunk came out. You know so. It was good to go back into. It had it had been awhile and I'm a big fan of the movies in all three might think are great i? WOULD YOU BILL I? Remember liking it quite a bit when I saw it. It's it's been a very long time. And I remember thinking back and I'm like. So some of the backlash because this is a device with movie, some people love it. Some people hate it and remember thinking. Why do people dislike the so much? I never got that after this watched through I kinda get a bit. Quite a bit, but I don't I. Don't think it marred my enjoyment at the end of the day. Susan interesting to me to watch because there is definitely issues, but we will go through of course, but at the end of that was. Fine I think I should like iron man to. Be. Honest. I, really do. In. The day I, guess, but yeah, yeah, I. Don't think I. Don't think I've seen it. The entire way through sense on theaters in my opening line was kind of apt, because like that was forever ago and I remember liking a lot of it and I hope you guys have plenty to say about this movie. 'cause my pretty sparse on it I. I got a lot. It wasn't griffin me like I was hoping so stay how this goes! I. I have about six pages. Pages small small notebook pages the not like law, legal size or college, rule or anything but. So, we'll say okay. First thing I want to say I wonder if any is what the hell was wrong with thors facing this movie like it wasn't just me. There's something up with his face. Emotions like his eyebrows. Something doesn't look right. I didn't notice. He thought he looked like he had plastic surgery on or something. I don't know if it's. GonNa. Get this wrong. Keep saying. What's his name? Chris Not Chris Hemsworth, is it? I always say different actor. Dislike what was an iron man. I was gift saying. To? Say an iron man. Brody is or Roti whatever his name is. Yeah, no I. Didn't notice anything weird. Other as more younger younger guy and you know charming has ever dashing. So it's okay. I didn't notice anything we you're curious if they some makeup or something to make him look more Nordic on. Something just was off for me in that in that move in this in this whole movie with him, like and I looked at chapter from other movies, not there, but for some reason in his in this I in this first movie. It's their least for me. It was there a lot bothered me. Anything, but hey, you never know the the modern moviemaking. There's no uncanny valley stuff for me definitely. I didn't feel like anything was really computer done even that back in those days? That wasn't really a thing of the computer enhancement to two faces as long as far as I know, I don't remember it being a thing I wanna, say no. Yet. Cool. Bothered me. It's fine. So number one source face. Good we. We've established that. Your short on this show. Imagine that that would be. Okay I. The movie starts off like at first starts off. You have pat me in the Van I'm GonNa call her. Padma entirely throughout this movie warns I just got that bit. Natalie Portman. Notching Phantom menace like two times in the last six months because I like that movie some reason. Why hold on you'RE GONNA, lose all your credibility with our listeners. That Phantom menace is a good movie is maybe not good star wars movie, but it's a good movie. No. It's been such a long time I. Have Memories of that strong memories. That may be a good side thing to do on these days. Just do the star. Wars, movies. Anyway sorry I'll off. Albano. Natalie Portman in the van. I liked her character. Jane Foster throughout this entire movie. 'cause I just like Natalie. Portman so it, doesn't it just? It's her laker. Then you have a cat. Darcy's at the actress name that plays. Jennings. Lewis as the character. Yeah I. Just put her name together. In this. Yeah, she's. She's probably my favorite character. The best lines I think she's so. Here's the thing and we'll I was going to save this for later, but now Portland's I to like Natalie, Portman some really good work in the past He's a fine actress for me. She didn't sell astrophysicist. The way I wrote down my notes was it felt like she was reading the SCIENC- words and not knowing what they meant. Now Mind you. She's incredibly intelligent in real life Bentley. My wife was saying she's like a Harvard graduate like. So. She should be able to sell this for me. For some reason, she didn't so for me. There is no Kinda weight behind character as far as credibility goes, and the problem is as with the comic relief character. Which Darcy is that just she's comic relief. That's what she's therefore. If there's if there's no wait to bounce jokes off of than it just seems like jokes, no reason some more good bits, though this in this particular this the open. They know sorry. She teases him later. Lender yeah, I again force end. Alexander Skarsgard Scars Guard. Something I should be prepared. Hey. Dan I can't. I can't believe I'm not knowing anybody. Is the character. Mighty I need to let just. Go off my bill stellan. Stellan skarsgard is the key. The actor and I don't anyone's name. Sunday combine their actor names. I like him. He has some weights of him. He has some you could see him. Being some sort of scientists like a mentor role now Portman never fully connected and that she wasn't bad. Let me just. She has a moment where she's bad, but she wasn't fully bad at all. I just never bought it as her. Being a scientist and I found the comic relief character, a little annoying I actually was. tooling around my phone and there's an article saying is that character, some th or the most useless character in the MC and it was awful click bait garbage headline. But the guy, the guy who writes it makes posits that people on ready elsewhere think that and he he kinda threw nailing. The great thanks for writing it. And I just found that kind of ironic. I saw that article today as I was talking about the house, so for my my again, my perspective I didn't love the comic relief character because she just seems annoying. You know comic for no reason because you need to have that in the movie to lighten things up. That weren't necessarily all that serious to begin with your betrayal Natalie Portman character reminds me of plan. A rocket scientists in the world is not enough to James Bond movie. This movie. Netwo- I don't think I saw it, but. Same. Yeah pretty much see that she said. Don't have a problem with it. I just pretty girl like okay I'm good movie. Keep going I. Don't bearish. swords. Yeah, at least they didn't put. Glasses on her because that's what movies do we glasses on the woman? Oh, that's now! She's smart. She must be scholar. And do that? Yeah, she's been quite read. Terry played a scientists in something in something loan dark alone in the dark movie. Did play a scientist. Know our. Mattresses. Gal Poor Gal. Smashed into thor. It's a pretty decent scenes like twister. I kept thinking Oh. This is basically twister. Which I love you I'm here for and. We cut to we cut to. Control oh the whole intro correct. Yeah, which is I, think is really cool. 'cause they had to do it with care like door. Because one at this time I was still especially at the time. I still say today is not a very well known character is not like spider man, x men. Were you know the origin a whole like couple minutes where they just talk about how the giant the frost giants, whatever the hell they're called come to Earth in the longtime ago in her killing humans, and then you know. Odin had fought them back and fought them to to their planet like I mean one plays a huge part of this whole movie, but it's just very cool. Cool looking like I I was gross and really interested in. It does a very good job of setting up the plot and setting up of how disconnected to our own world. Because again you know doors based on children's stories right which I forgot about that that angle I really dig that. That's very very cool. I love the idea of fairytales ending up being real, so it's a very neat idea same. It worked for me at that scene. so-called me, and then it. It shows him in the beginning. He has his die, and that's the scene progresses as he's attacking the planet, it shows him then without his I like it shows a. he battled when he lost his eye. Again very very cool. That is yeah, right? Yeah, this is all Odin leading the original army against the frost, giants and big. You know big game massive people against massive giants Kinda battle. WHO's using? It was again early early twenty tens where things are still very chaotic. You had those kind of. Just as massive things and swords, and you really don't know what's going on. It's just kind of chaos swarm. which is kind of been changed over the years? Where now were seeing action clearly and seeing moves in choreography? This little I'm into that. Yeah, so. I'm with her. I I really joining I actually stayed engages entire movie. I didn't I only had my phone out and take notes. I wasn't playing coin master of just watching the movie that was an and I. realized like Oh I. Enjoy this more than Ironman too interesting. Yeah I me again I'm taking notes throughout, but no I. It was a very effective opening to the movie pressure. Off Topic question, but I have to ask this I. Just saw a thing in iron man two. There wasn't a scene where Scarlett Johansson shot off the gauntlet. Was There in that movie? No, okay. That isn't the trailer, but not in the. Interests. scrolling through things right now, and I thought them like. Wait a second I. Don't remember that movie I gotta ask so okay. I had to bring that up real. Quick all right. I got a big smile on my face in the senior shows him in the Throne Room when it when it takes you asgard for the first time, and he's wearing the helmet and I just. Really like that and like I understand why they don't do it in this movie. At all they just skip it for the most part, but he had his Helminen and I forgot about the scene. I forgot. They had that little scenery wearing the helmet. He's tossing the Hammer. He's walking down for the ceremony like I in a showing you all ask our knowledge, beauty and technology or magic, whatever the hell we WANNA word. It I had I just when I. When I saw it in theaters back in twenty twenty eleven, this movie came out and I remember big smile. My still big smile on my face like I. Just that is so cool to me. It's gorgeous I mean it's absolutely is absolutely beautiful. I mean you can't deny how great that city looks. And how this resplendent the the palace made of organ pipes just. Shooting into the sky. It's gorgeous. You can't even pretend it's not. Really liked that. Yeah, have that my notes to escort is beautiful. That's all he. That's basically. This is all Kinda start this also start setting up the plot from the movie where you have. As during a ceremony, the frost giants sneak into Asgard and tried to steal the giant chefs that you've seen in the little critical thing where this is the the forget what it's called casket of something. I can't remember the name of the. Right now. There's. Something get that freezes people. Right right right. We'll call the ICEBOX. I'm looking up, but I can't find it though icebox. They're trying to icebox and I I liked that whole scene. There's a bunch of I can't find Easter egg list right now, but I know. There's Easter eggs of things in that as they're walking through that room like there's an Easter egg that will seen when the movie came out with the Infinity Gauntlet is sitting on one of the top pylons. Say Yeah. One of them is supposed to look like the I moto as well. And then I like how they touch back on that Ragnarok where they're all hell. This is all fake. She's kind of toss us the gauntlet around. I don't remember that day. I think at the time when they were starting to set up, they didn't really know where they're going. But by Thoraya DIRAC. They knew they were going to like. We have to fix this because we're not bringing panels here, so we end. It had all the and had all the gems in it too in that scene. To do something, watch it. Makes Sense I like this. The opening is really good It really establishes. As an ASS. She's just just really lazing on really thick. I forgot how much of a like Jerky is in this movie for most for half of it until magic happens and he's not. We'll get to that nonsense, but it's big. It's really as kind of youth physical. Entitled Little Whiny Dude, who happens to be no. The show is in one so to speak. I also like a lot of this is my favorite part of the movie is and I think this was a lot of people's almost unfavored, or at least favorite part of movie is all the familial infighting I I like that quite a bit. I liked that Shakespearean very big overwrought emotion for the most part. There's some. Some pieces parts for doesn't work, but I do like the idea of two brothers fighting for power one very sneakily and one assuming he's going to get it. I really dig that a lot and this scene zero to some very big moments that don't work which I'll talk about then, but yeah I dig. This I really liked this kind laying down the foundation. FOR THIS FAMILIAL INFIGHTING! I thought it was good. I liked the fact that you have the brothers kind of you know brothers being brothers I guess. I don't have a brother that idea where they're Kinda like sibling rivalry, and you have the father you know having the chooses his two sons. His supposedly Tucson's. Yeah I mean well and the. Honestly, that's what's weird about this, too, is I. Don't understand. Maybe this is a comic book. Thing why there'd be a choice at all for Odin. If Thor can hand can wheel. The Hammer is in he the guy. Why would hammer wasn't? It's made for or I want to say I could be wrong because I'm not looking this up as I'm saying this, but I pretty sure the hammer was something that was made exclusively for thor. Then why why does why does someone have to be worthy? The idea is that. Their car right now is screaming and. I know. I. Ask. In the original comics, well I'll get that later. Does the reference I'll get to that? I'll wait remember why. I cannot remember I I want to say. The Hammer was made for thor. I do know there is a run in the common for he is the unworthy, or he can't. Wheel the hammer and the hammer goes to spoiler alert for the fourth movie role Jane Foster in the topics. Yes, I read about that. Yeah can't remember and I don't have enough time to sit here and read and find out trips. Give it soon. I'm not find anything. I remember we're about it. I was just like it was just curious. Hey, if you know, leave comments on this posts or on facebook wherever you happen to be watching and he'll let us know what's going on with this and I might. Also a are still. My Mom facebook. I'll see that for sure they go. I won't remember this either. Because by the time I released. Record this on April, Avi releasing this an June at the moment. Remembers, please message me indeed. So as We get to the point. Where then they so the frost giants invade. They get in via a back door somehow someway, and then they go into the treasury room with all the wall, the great weapons, clearly okay, and then the the giant eyeball monster destroys destroys the frost giants right. Destroy our Amer This story or armored store them in the end of it, and this sets up the thore saying. Hey, we we are. We got invaded like this shouldn't happen. Let's go out there and let's really put into them and open. Of course as being more diplomatic am I don't think thor actually knows a treaty in place, but I don't think he's cares again. This guy starts that infighting that drama between a father and two sons, which again I think is very cool and I'm super here for and why say in about the tree, but he sees it as an act of war because three. Three or four guys invaded. As regards on now, we should go invade until everybody because he's not. He hasn't grown yet. In this movie is all about the growth of or as a character which I really like, and you have the fact that he's such a. he's an asshole. You were saying he stuck up. He doesn't understand he just like well. I got a hammer. Go hit things right and he's never been in a pro, and they actually do so that that he's actually been in some battles and been in some some practices, because he has his team of good brose and gals. Want. Matt in the level where I guess he's. Like I've led you. Yeah, right? He's like and his father's like look. Maybe that was three or four dudes who just went rogue. We feed them. We're good. We'll figure out how they got in and he's like. No. We got to annihilate them, and his dad is like look. You don't understand what war is A. You've been in some practices some skirmishes. Cool. But. You don't know what it really means to be a full-fledged war and they super care for that. You put pretty expert laid. Bill is entitled the perfect word she is. He's like an insulin child. He's like well there in my house. I'm going to beat them up Kinda Mars that proverb win nearly told you have is a hammer. L.. Your problems start to look like nails. Right yeah. What you're putting, but you also get that scene. Were you the see the destroyer when they're trying to steal? The cubit just walks out. Engine Burns a hell autumn like nothing which yeah, it's pretty such a bigger part later in the movie. So here's a pain in the ASS Boltzmann alliance. Which I think is Canon M.. See you right. What if can't. Sure, That yeah. A fantastic four the X. men yeah. So. What am I really liked it. I don't remember if I caught it when I saw this movie, but I definitely caught. It now is when they're in the I. Want to say they're in the bonfire. The hell they are when they're all together. The warriors three and sift store and. and. You really start to see Loki. Tricking door. I really say tricking is the correct word to get thord to go to Yacht Yacht Frost, world, play frost world giant level and Yoda hyme and decimate them like you know. He started, he puts. He plans to see the snake he is. He's like Oh. You know, and then you know you shouldn't do that. Knowing well once he said it, it was already in motion, but this way you able to backpedal and I. I like that locals constantly doing that throughout this movie. Because its Loki, it's it's not quite smart. People doing smart things it's it's more crafty people doing crafty things. I think that super here for that I really liked that. It's not a battle of Braun. It's a battle brought against WITT and Witt for the most part most part winds until the movie. Ns has can't have wit completely. That's why you didn't like the whole Jane because you couldn't. You couldn't buy smart doing smart saying if. That might be. My first note is like is the smart people doing smart things question question marks like. Not Enough for bill. No no, it's not labs thousand and say now that you mention it like that because I do like smart people doing smart things it's. Never see Natalie Portman. DO ANYTHING SMART. She just tells you about all the smart thing. She did. Hey. Smart things you need to do and Phantom, we're okay. No and that's the problem like I need to see things happen. You can't just tell me you're a smart person. Doing smart things you gotta show. That's why it works to Ironman. 'cause you see it firsthand. Why works for low key because you're seeing it? He's seeing him turning the dials and honestly when I first saw you. Tom Hilton really sells it well because he seems just like as shy tour AP-, like Hey, you know I agree to. Looking to go there, but does he go there he does. He does go there. But let's say. So he really sews, the I didn't see him coming as a as a villain, honestly when I I thought now of course I know, but. He sells it well. It's a good seen. He's Browser, fun his browsing, and and one gal or fun. The The lady in that becomes a thing like a serious thing in the second one right? Yes, she's in the second movie. She is not a regular, but she is in a episode of shield, so she's not the one in endgame is a Valkyrie. Is that right? It does not know that's different. We read different character actors. Okay, very good not. Good I like her. She's good. They go a completely like I think. They had plans for more to do with that actress which to. Jamie Alexander characters name is I. Think they had more plans with everybody? Don't really do they don't as the movies progressing EMC you. They don't really do anything. Yeah, that's fair which? Because I I really like her in this movie like I. Think is a great character throughout the entire movie and they didn't. They didn't do enough now. She's the first one realizes son up with that Loki. Episodes of she'll. Cool, but now we go to is Odin Heim, is that right? Next. To go to yacht whenever the owner high is. Where they go up to him where you I see I album which? So good I'm a big fan I love. In this movie, He's great I just a big, stoic character who is a big key that send you inter dimensions tastic. The I'm all? About what he just what he said, but see in the now either, but it was all over over blood there a couple of days ago so I don't know what's going on, but Heimdahl just looks bad ass. This movie too I mean I like the way I like as as the whole costume and everything and I like how he's. He's supposed to be the one that guards the railroad. Before for that way, none of the as guardians can leave and go on race and go on a race. had. When I see this road railroad, Mario Kart, and it's all I'd really Yup Yup. Notes here, but. Feel accused the stars in them and all of a sudden. They're really jockeying for position. One guys those a lightning bolt hey. I like how he'd let them go. He's like all my years. I've been watching this. which is been like centuries to millennium. He's been here and like no one's ever gotten past. He's like I need to know why choose or he ends up letting them go. He let some path which he shouldn't, but he had to because the scripts. Oh! Yeah Weird, so hey. I do love the whole scene coming up when they get to count. I cannot say the word I know you said it. Time Joe -Ten. Forget it after a comes out of my mouth, and like everything with that when they get up to Lafi the frost giant leader, and he's like there's a trader. Remiss in everything with that I really enjoyed the scene I enjoy when they start fighting. I enjoyed all of this. I thought. This is just great spree. Common bookie action, yes, and great way of putting its Comic Book Action it's the video game staging. Got Your. You've got your chaff. She got your Indians. Who Come in, and then you got your heavies. Come in, and then your boss, right? This fine they worked for what it is. It's a big tech. Demo for everything everyone can do so you kinda get all the move sets. I really do like the guy who wheels a rapier. I love repeat nine. Who Finds The one frost giant? That, you saw that is super there for that as well. Just dig back. I can't remember who you're talking about. Is a character. Moustache. Moustache that. Is the actor's name the only way you can wheel the rapier as they have a curly mustache like yeah, mom. com back. In two by the way no. They replaced him. After he got, he got turns. Howard did. Once upon a time I'm from storming all. That's why he didn't rise his row due to commitments on once upon. And Zachary. Levi replaced him in the next film. That's that's a good chance to. Because he got replaced by Sam Look. Slim writer. Your it's a it's A. It's a very good It's a good team and it sets up a nice ending as well. I mean it, but you are right. It does play video game they fight, and then you have, and then as they're fighting, the the big daddy releases a bigger batty to chase after them, and they have to do a quick time event where the running away felt like I've been playing heavy rain, so. You have really. Is it for the show? Of course. I can't wait to air three months ago. Didn't you listen to it? Heavy rain. It'll be at this episode. Very good. points. I'm lost it the timeline I'm lost in the. Lights! Yeah no I I kind of like the video games. It's it's a trope, but it works, and it works in. This situation doesn't bother me in this little. I argued about certain things and iron man to and hope that bother me like poor Bruce Banner. This didn't bother me, but I thought it was all made sense. Yes, they go to a planet and they bring people. Yes, they're going to get their ass handed to them and their. Knock in a win because you're attacking planet, one thing that bothers me. And this is the star wars thing. I've been watching I watched. All clone wars is that I will never understand when you go to a planet in anything, and you go straight to the one city in this entire planet that matter like we don't care about the millions of square miles. We just care about this. One City is one person. My wife even said to walk up to the to the entrance of the fortunes of the planet, and it's all walled on all sides, except one area of escape, and it's all flat, and it's like Oh took place for an ambush. She's not wrong. It's just how. How gross was that? When when Thor, who goes to the neck of the monster? Yes. Awesome so good very happy. At maybe. That's the rain all right. I like that because it shows you again, it shows you. Tore. You have more hammer action where you know the thing that the hammers he can swing it. He can do his thing, and then he uses the hammer to fly. He can't fly like Superman. I want to say for the most part. Wrong. I can't remember if they do that. They don't do it in this movie. At least thanks supposed to be like the momentum of the hammers carries them. Not just more powerful than you. You know he's way more powerful. You know a guy, but at the same time at already in there just A. They're still they still can be killed. They can still die as you see it because all the not much this, but all the little little soldiers. They get massacre a lot later on throughout the series. The. Sort fencing goers talking about whose name already forgotten He stabbed through the chest in this scene. The ICE, the Ice Beers, or whatever? Yeah, yeah I would tell you I. Think it's cool. I like that and I like how they're losing, and they're running away and they're about to get wiped out. Odin shows up to save the day like I liked that he comes on the horse and he's. You know he's even tells the guys like. Hey, don't start a war because of these idiots. He was only. It was only to work boy like that. That was cool after. You've Anthony Hopkins Plays Odin in this movie and it is just he's amazing. Yeah, he's great new I mean yeah, he's a national treasure so. He's he's good. He's great and kind of starts in into when they get back and we'll get into some of the now. Gets the meal stuff in the real dramatic parts of this movie. That again. I pretty much dig, but some of them don't work, but we'll talk about that momentarily. I didn't have a problem when he gets back. And then, and then Odin, banishes him, and takes away the armor, because he disobeyed his king, and I didn't mind that. So. I, I don't mind either There is just an issue so for example in this probably goes back thorn owner arguing and it's escalating as arguments do, and thor calls him an old fool, which is evidently like screw. You Fu in Asgard because that was just a hammer. The the the thing with that is I'm fine with it. The problem is that director Kenneth Branagh is most well known for Shakespearean. Adaptations he is done. Six or seven, some of them are the quintessential. I think is version of hamlet is revered as the version. Of hamlet he does LAS stage stage directing in us. Really came from the stage and the problem is. Is that in in the stage? You can do that because when you do theater acting, it's big. Everything has to be big because you're filling an auditorium, you're trying to hit everyone with emotion and so acting in theatre is big. Acting in film is small super small, because you don't have to fill space, you just have to fill camera basically, so for example. If you look at someone in a close up, they should not be. be moving because the camera catches every little thing and the further back you go as far as camera shot goes the more movement you can do more. You can do with your hands your arms. That's why actors always say I need to know where the cameras they'll goes far say what Lens are you shooting because I need to know how my body should work in relationship to the camera, so in this movie a lot of these moments, especially the low key one when he loses, he loses his shit after finding is adopted. That that's too big, it goes too much, and that's why I think people. Who didn't like this movie originally just didn't like the fact. It was so big in a small space, and the not wronged by route that. Your taste for that depends on how much you dig. Basically what this is which is like a Shakespearean play that has these kind of brothers going against each other, and if familial issues. That's a lot of that right, and that's what this feels like, and that's why this has that vibe because the Braun is the most renowned Shakespearean stone director in the world. That's a fun fact I did not know. Sense though. And then and he's not a lot of stuff other than that again I think. Yeah, he's won a couple of Oscars yet. He won an Oscar four hundred a fifth. Yeah hundred. He actually won best actor director. WHO's nominated? Sorry didn't I do want to mention. This is from the guy who played fantasy role. The fencing quash buckler. This is quote, so he said. said he believed that Fangio. The quote now would like to think himself as a philanderer. He would like to think himself. I was saying as the R Kelly of Asgard. He's a lover, not a fighter and Twenty thousand ten. He makes his cabinet and I had to read that I'd like. Be More. That is like find milk. That comment like fish that is not. Boy Go. The accident. That's the thing and that's one of my big set. Ten poles of can how I feel about this movie again. I like that that dramatic field, but I can see how someone wouldn if you don't dig that again, that kind of experience. I didn't think about it, but it didn't bother me, but I can see where it would bother people. Again, only thing that bothered me was the whole his his. His makeup seemed oftentimes. Not really can't out on this too much, but think about what we've seen so far right as far as EMC. This is actually one of the reasons why we're doing this. In order of release, not chronological which all the cool kids say, Newman chronological now so doing order released because I. Think it's interesting. We had to hire men movies in the movie. Iron Man of course is slick and snarky and glossy, and just kind of an modern right. It takes place in here in a place. Any a hulk of course takes place in a magic land where you can go across three countries and thirty six hours. Right foot still here. And, now you get this movie which vacillates between, Beautiful, Alien Asgard which the movie needs to set up and explain to you as as viewer like you need to learn about this place to get some connection to it and like boring ass Kansas wherever. Right and. Mexico, thank you boring. No offence to those in New Mexico. When. We have listener New Mexico. Apologize New Mexico Indians. Sure? It's a charming town. Short. Santa called the land of enchantment for a reason. I shouldn't laugh I'm sure enchanting I've never been, but the you have to reconcile these two places and. That's why I think movie. Kinda took people for a loop. Because it's specially for not a big marvel fan, you'd like Oh. This is not what I'm used to is not what's been delivered to me just yet, so? I was there for them and I'm here for now. far-right start to destroy away from it just exactly what you just described L. everything is so modern at this point. This is like the most fantastical movie in the MC like maybe across all the Mc you not just in phase one or up to this point ended. Like you said more than half of it takes place in Asgard Nisus. Like Phil Cook kind of Lord of the Risi yes. Oh, yeah, totally an. Wait about it. That is a good way to put it an unlikely law. Rings you just. You're stuck in the castle. You don't leave the castle and again. A lot of connections to places is places I. Like to stay in I'd like to hang out in. I'd like to be a part of the world of Asgard Castle seems pretty. Rad, but there's a good chance. I'm not there so again hard to get that connection, but look at again, not to Belabor the point look. They're looked at through that Shakespearian Lens. It makes sense and. Then we get to your favorite part that you started to mentioned earlier before we this is when he gets as this. AFTERTHOUGHT GETS bad throws them through. The portal throws a hammer after little. Those who is worthy, she'll have the power of ore, and finally cuts back to where she hit him with the van in the I. Forget what he says or he's yelling. Father or something and Chat Darcy can just do it again tonight at Denny's Surti. Tasers, tastes, which is a great team. It's funny when I when I saw I saw I wrote down Iro, but in in retrospect I am actually okay, but funny, and then when they go to the hospital, which is shortly after this, you have the part where she like she takes. She likes something about shook as you ran over. The car. That was pretty good. Yeah! I like I like that banter about it. It it. It cracks me up real quick about the hospital. Did you guys notice the front just as county hospital? Specific County. Hospital. I was actually looking for Easter eggs in there. I'm like this hospital seems like a good place to find little hidden things and I didn't. I didn't see that that's funny. That's very good if They want to pay somebody. To put a word I get it I. Totally with you, put the you know SASHO county. We're Vicki County. That's actually New Mexico. Make It, you know. I agree with you just county hospital. Last name anyone pick one anyone yeah, I next actually the hospital is, would you? I get a taste of my favorite part of movie, which is a thor fish out of water. I. Love that I. that's when the MCI you at the. Did their biggest a service thrower in the second movie when they made him way too serious, they take thor really serious in one and two, and is not until the avengers where he really starts to relax and lean into that fish out of water and be very very funny. It's to a point when ragnarok which is a masterpiece attributes, but it's phenomenal. he's comedy like he is. A is a gardens in the galaxy. He's a guard of the galaxy character at this point so promising take really seriously but I do like these moments when he's fish out of water when he's later on when he's chugging entire beer and with with. This this is the first start of that which I. Really really enjoy. Yeah I was a big fan of that, too. Because it it. It looks cool how they make him like you were saying to fish out of water. How you have him very not himself, and it's cool off and the answer your other question what you combine. It wasn't the model. It was the warlocks I in that room, which is a mind controlling item. The pages of comics okay. So to answer your question. Or not question what what you said earlier Brandon Roxanne. oray interesting episode because I. Feel like I'm going to play the part of you when we do. Guardians of the galaxy volume to that'll be interesting. Okay okay there will be. We hadn't I think we are now getting to it boy after she. Part in hospital where they show because he starts fighting the garden east. He's beaten out in pretty good and they shot him into, but they're like okay. You're into, but it's time to go sleepy face. Yes very very cartoony, but It worked for me like I. When he face up against the glass after they hit him with a shot, and you just see like a face, he makes a new. Path out like it I. don't care who it was stupid. It may be laughing I'm like. Okay so I I had to say that. Comment where the cans I need indeed. Surgery in New Mexico takes, place is called Putin and Kiko which translates old bridge. Reference, to the by from. Okay I found a thing with all the all the cameos and stuff so now I'm going to be. peppering. As I can yes okay, but and I like it. How and then you have the part I want to see this is when they find the hammer, which is I liked that scene where the guy pulls up and tries to grab the hammer and the guy, the first guy who does try to grab it is Michael, Stravinsky for those that don't know including me a right with a writer for thorn. That's cool. I'm into that. Story by credit on the film, so it's one of so that he's in that little part I. Because I was like okay, 'cause I whole scene is cool where all the rednecks park their trucks, and they start grilling barbecuing drinking weather all trying to pull the hammer. Get Her Stanley can't meal. I hated that. Despise that. So okay so the thing called tone it. That really irked me and it was just too silly, too over the top. Two BRO DO PHYSI- I. Just know it didn't strike me as correct and real I did like when Colson shows up, because as we've established kind of love Colson. Weird tone to me. That didn't belong in this movie. It felt like it belongs somewhere else. It seemed like a disconnect a hammered into this piece because I i. don't know if they really knew how to link up. Shield getting there and building this this fortress around it and yeah. No stakes there was no visual stakes like even if Colston, like done something to clear them out, and I don't think they did. They decided to clear out I would have appreciated Colson driving up seeing it, and then you kind of have a not a montage, but a Speed camp kind of thing where all of a sudden daters tonight and they've built out this monstrous thing now I'm into that because I know shield comics established dominance, these Beau hunks, sitting there, pulling on their tractors, and then getting the hammered with. Oh, the tone was so offer me. I, mean. It is kind of a dumb seen, but I had no problem with it I. Know I had so many problems with it. Just it just really. Minor thing by one dumb throwaway scene to link up a couple of scenes if I write with a strap. That you had to get the cameo in of Stanley I mean I question if a truck pulled it like that. Wouldn't I think the whole truck? It wouldn't have just pulled back haul. Truck would have been messed up. It would pull the axel off of it. I mean to hold the whole truck would have separated off. Okay, I mean no, but it's fine. Gay Pulls off the bumper and everyone's laughing. Oh for. What it is two years a thing, it also shows Americans like an earth. People as dummies like really just paint some bad light you know. Here's the Beau hunks trying to take this legendary weapon. They don't know they just see this thing as an object that you can't fly, ground called a satellite. Today like I call a satellite. That's fine. I don't know just annoyed me all. I'll say on that. Made Sense I mean i. feel like that's what people would call it, but hey, it's at this other area guess. Satellites. Very tonal total whiplash, the the serious familial as guard, and then jump to a bunch. Journal. Poll a hammer off the grounds. It's very strange. Yeah, I mean before that's when you had. You had all of our our science crew, the science people in Earth, talking doing astrophysics one on one trying the setup like how this works like okay warm holes in science and find the explain that stuff because it's part of the movie, but yeah. Smart people doing smart stuff is a. Smart people telling you smart things that's not doing. It's telling and you also have that little seen this. Also they have exact same team from iron man to where he were causing shows up at the site and training and looks down. Which! I Real quick mention, the marvel one shot that takes place before the movie of Colson on his way to amherst called a funny thing Evans on the. Mike All. Our. Stops gas on his way to New Mexico, and while he's in this gas station, a couple of guys tried to rob it, and basically he just goes A. kind of whoops, there s real. Quick like it's. It's very. It's very. Kicks off the isle. Kicked in the head. He thinks Neil. I place them John Wick, but still there is such a good so good. I actually wrote because I saw that before watching our mental note before we recorded Ironman. Who I'm looking I'm like this. This might be my favorite scene environment, too. So good. I read that the filmed or they plan to do that and the consultant leg back to back and they filmed. A funny thing happens I I guess it spent eighty percent of the budget, and that's why the consultant is just Colson and Sit while sitting in the dark in the cafe or whatever slate blow of our budget already wild. How Funny Okay Yeah! That scene is so great. I'm super ask has no bearing on this movie, but. We should mention it indeed indeed, it's eight late links up to New Mexico when he arrives. Yeah, I think if it's. Leah so after that after the good old boys drunken as I wrote good old boys drunkenly, trying to pull a interstellar object out of the ground. And You get had me for the first time, I. I there are houses cool, but is that like? Let's say it used to be a diner that they converted into a house or does it does it is like a dwelling that used to be a diner? Which is I guess? Go ahead and there's seen when they're coming into the town. I didn't notice until I pulled up. My thing here's a billboard. says the land of enchantment they claim will prompt visitors to journey into mystery, which is the first comic. He was ever in Komo. That's cool. That's. Very cool and of course when they're in the house. That's when you get the Hemsworth. Moment when he walks in off. At after they go to the hospital, run into him again. Yeah, that's right. And then he goes to the House and then you get you get to wear now. Because she saw in the in the picture, she took take when he first came down in the first five minutes of the movie, and that's where she sees. Somebody came through and then she wants torn because like okay, he knows what's going on. We need to ask him questions, so that gets us up to them. When you have half naked or yeah, which is hey listen? She gives them the shirt with Donald Blake written on the tablets. Was the original identity of thorn the comics. Things I'm just read stomach early adventure stuff or he's in it for is like an old man who's a doctor at first. Dr Blake and he has to lift his cain up in the air and say something like he's thunder cats, and then he turns into four always Suzanne. sensually. Some young boys in Orlando. It's not good I've I've tried reading early adventure comics never again. I caught that I told my wife was like okay. That's nice. She didn't seem to care, but on earth is very fun. He's again like I said he's just a lot of fun. Getting you smash into Coffee Cups. You know when he wants another descendant. Beverages Delicious Smash Mash Bring me another. I. Told Myself I was going to make a joke like that. We were watching the movie and I was GonNa take my beer Simon on the ground and tell my wife to bring me another just to go to movie I didn't know. Courage, was not they're. All of sudden. Yes, you weighed dugway. States away. You hear the faint sounds of smacking and. Wouldn't. It wouldn't have. There would been no beer coming from the fridge. No, you know. Less on have to clean up the Brooklyn last yourself. Yeah, I wonder broken just wanted to. Make. Another, but I I bought about it I thought about it then I part came I drink. Beer quietly did not say anything PYEHO. Yes. Would not have through. Guess we. Have to get the Asgard Ra back Rebecca Castle, where the pros are the moaning loss of. Crash, victims. Because they're. Good pros and one lady so I completely say good rose, and now we're on Loki, doing the sneaky stuff. I you, have you have lucky key? Who because I think we I think we might have skipped over this during the fight with. In Iota Heim when he gets grab on the Frost, he starts to turn blue this when he realizes he's not Nath Guardian. He's a fraud Hansen. Yes, we miss that point. Big Part in this movie and this is also goes to the casket picks up the casket and starts to turn blue because the casket is cold. I guess when you're cold. You turn blue. If your stride then I mean I felt like it. My wife asked me talk why why what's happening here I'm like I. Think it's an enchantment. They put on him can make him look like a math. And then the the cold is able to revert him back to his frost giant inflatable. That's all I took since. Mean and this is the point where we Find Out. He's adopted. Get that big dramatic toe. Which is That expert thing, Yup. It makes a lot more sense now. Yep, because is really loud, and it is really big and it fell. I mean I didn't it didn't bother me because to me to fit the character, but right Santa for what you said. Yeah and the and that's I. think that's one of the big reasons. Why people were were cool on this when it first came out, mean the end I dig that so for. For me wasn't was a problem at all it just from an acting standpoint and again it's a it's a rain rain it in kind of moment and I never WanNa has a moment like that in this movie, but Yeah I. Dig this now and Odin collapses, and it's a very big dramatic moment. When he finds out, he is adopted, and evidently deters him super-duper evil, because at first he was sneaky, but now. We'll screw now. Here's a question now. Do you think this was the catalyst for him to start? Really saying okay. I'm GONNA take over or was this the plan all along? Like? Why did why did you get the frost? Giants involved didn't realize is. I feel the frost giants in because he has even says later on to the movie. I wanted to ruin big day. I feel that it was kind of like. He was GonNa let a few into show. He could do it that he had the power. He had intelligence to sneak them in, but he never plan, and he also planned or to get rid of thor to make floor. Look like an idiot which he does and I felt that they were going like. That's what Loki was going forward as the. regresses any finds out I'm. That's not my father. That fucker kidnap me everything changes. Everything goes from I just want to rover my brother to wait a second. You bastards screw all you every. Make a quick reference to show that. None of you have ever seen I'm sure, but the Australian listeners might know what I'm talking about. We have some There's a show mccollum daughter that Austrailia drama that I've seen seven seasons of over two hundred episodes. I don't rely and they have. The the the girl finds out that her mother is not her mother, and she runs off and gets her and it reminded me of this. She runs off in a car, drives a car into a tree and into becoming paralyzed. Somehow even though I don't think that's how that works, and it gets better after angels, but hey, it's it's an Australian drama. McLeod's daughters Amazon prime. Go Watch it all right. Now. I. became obsessed with it and I watching way too much of it like this is stupid. Sitting there, actually paying attention to it so there, Gal. I like when that happens. Sometimes, it's still stupid because like I swear every episode they're they're. They're running out of money for the farm like every single episode. What yeah nothing that so you were saying about door? Please take over. Sounds just GONNA go now back Earth in the cafe with the smashing. Cup seen all the the Saucy Glatt Glances between Pad May and Mr Hemsworth Begin. That's what starts getting very. Lancy. All. I was okay with a little try. Hey, this is a better triangle than her with Anikin Okay Lonzo. WHO's the trump? Where's the triangle star Vader Anikin I duNno? Wrong word isn't a better love story than her. Anikin okay in order for a triangle. You eat a third. Just flat triangles. I have notes later on like. Is this romance really earned? No. Guy Girl with no boyfriend anthem movie, so it's just taller happens I guess. It's not earned adults. What, does she? Last set of movies. I'm okay with her fall in love with a guy who doesn't wanNA kill children so. They're fair fair, yeah! This this is the point where they start giving themselves. The sausage nights says I can't. Get to this. But. I'll wait for that point when he when when this basically their relationships saves his life and makes him worthy again now. John so we're going get there. Can after this is the part where he finds out that the hammer is fifty miles west, and he's about to go walk to hedge their. She start to go after him. Her house gets raided which I really liked the scene when shield shows up the rate in the house and the doctor salvage makes a. he's like she'll go them I know gamma scientists that shield rated them, and he was never heard from before again I just track I'm like another reference. The Hulk is the MC. He's ear gamma scientists. Yeah, it was very good and I mean you just. It's a cool scene. And then she like all. My research is there and in this book, and they grabbed the book and throat van of. Still cracks me up to. Forty, and here's again. The issue with this is that it's. The ideas that were supposed to be no. She's losing her research. She do anything with it. We never see her. Do anything with all these computers and you see you're clicking on a keyboard once in a while, but. This move needs to be half hours and I. Never bothered me, but they father do for some reason. It's almost as if you. Didn't get smart people doing smart things now at this, it didn't bother me so much during moment of it, but it just a lot of this movie towards the middle. Here is very flat and just kinda going through the motions for me, just kind of moving the story along so none of this really interesting, so it didn't. It didn't kill the movie for me, but again, so the example of why this care doesn't work, and why I really think although I really liked Natalie Portman fine actress. It's just it's not none of this is working in the way that it's supposed to work. And then. Want to say and this is often find his opens in the deep sleep and this when Loki is the king. Throw because it just again, there's Shakespearean big mayor. Here's the brothers sitting on the throne with the staff. He's King in the you know like y'all he it was. It does feel very six during the brother that should have been king becomes king in it. It looks cool. Yeah, yeah, very into it. Everyone's fit night. Kneeling a little bit like is good browser like. Okay. I guess you're king now, but they understand if that's what it is, that's what it is like. We're loyal to the king, and of course the the female friend is like little more like. I don't WanNa. Say It's rough part where you start. Because I have the rough on here where they start once they are getting closer. No, that's after the bar scene. Never mind I'm skipping ahead. We're back on earth against where he goes to the library. The library bread and have the same time. Pet shop is Larry I need a horse so? Scenario. Yellow, can I ride? Give me one of those big enough to ride. Yeah. I had a good laugh about one. Those are very funny scene. It's just he's trying to get meals. Laugh! I do love how she can't I think she changed how she says a to multiple times throughout this movie. Feel like still me, because I think she says again dirk world. Like, I'd like that she doesn't try to say. Fuck. It works hardware to save currently. More a comic relief. Meal near? Near Near. Coughing So and I also didn't in the library. When I like that Eric's like here. The Guy's insane here look I'll you know he grabs on the books and he's like you see thor and Odin all these you're all fairy tales that were told me when I was a kid because he's think Scandinavian. He's supposed to be your something Straw that Norway that area. Norwegian yeah, and I like that and I also. There's also a reference in that book. In the picture of Odin. He's holding the tesseract yeah. Oh good, that's up. My comment coming soon, dot net caught I'm. Actually catch is. Yeah I like all that like I liked the library. The pet store scene I like it. When you have you know her goal in the van. She's like Hey I'll take you I. Probably shouldn't do this but I. Hope you're not crazy like I like that. I like how he's like I'll show you get my hammer, and I'll show you one. You'll have like you know he still. He still full of himself, but he's calming down because again. The woman is is is changing his heart or something like that. You know whatever the hell that phrase I want to say is that I'm making fun of I think that's whipped. With. A phrase that he would use yes. But some people. And here's the a cool seen a couple of really cool scenes. Here I actually like that Natalie Portman picks them up and because I. I can't believe she's interested in them. I believe that like I lost all my research. You're the only link I have to Sunday I've work my life towards are I am going to go on this crazy journey and what else got to lose I- cynically thought cynically. This is not correct. The her reasoning was your fascinating. I kick it your abs out of my head so. Take a fifty mile drive that's. That's not what it was A. Piece of it right Yeah I think there's a piece of it, but now she she's definitely finds interesting. There's one CNN atop when they're on top of their. On, top of their at the library I. Guess Top of their. Diner ride. They're all sitting there forlorn and they lost all their stuff and now. What's the name in the? Right Darcy mentions our IPAD ipod three times. Remember how saying always apple of product placement you say something three times within three lines. You Sir are trying to place product Nami. I can't prove it, but that's. That's what I think. I ipod anymore, so it's okay, right? Yeah, not sites completely lost. During snaps. Adar's. Shut up much I, thought I. Took my ipod shut up. That's ripe. New talks thirty new songs. Up In this day. Be like fuck. The IPOD I got it. I'll just get a new phone download spotify. We're all. Very cute, very old technology, which is which is neat and How many songs? On what? I. Used to work at target. They were a big deal. We had him in a cage and suffer black Friday. When some idiot unlock the cases, and they'd all a bunch of disappeared, but hey really wow. Someone were to target back around that time. Maybe not twenty one, but in that time somebody unlock the case on black Friday so people could easily get the ipod. And they were right usually got the light bots very easily. We got a big high S- yeah. Remember. Came back of my head. You get your hands on a Nanno in touch in twenty seven. And then it might not have been tired. I can't remember I think he's just Loki sitting in the room and they're like I. Don't know if he's GonNa wake up again. Like that whole thing, yeah, he's in a coma or something or stasis I. Know It's from the books the whole thing where he gets tired. You have to go the own sleep like I know that's that's what. Law. Again more move the more move the movie forward. Neil put odin out of there because otherwise Odin could stop Loki. You've got to. You've got to do something without. And so I understood, but then we get to I really liked the scene when or when they when when Jane Foster and get to the camp and it looks like it's. A Little City Saint, no satellite crash. And that scene is cool I really like the scene when you go from, and he becomes solid thor. Did. Espionage yet is exactly what I was thinking is like metal gear thor? nightside authority I like this being crafty right? He has to have ground. He takes out the guards on the on the raincoat, and he's sneaking around him and again you have your fame for the video game. biggie. He's fighting a couple of minions. And then he gets the milk and the hammer is you've got the boss fight the big bad. Yeah, it was fun. I really I I enjoyed it thoroughly, and then you get. We got our first Hawkeye. Sadly No! Backup bow when he puts it away I was a big fan of Hawkeye like because of the captain. America avengers game. I came out a long time ago, so seep sixteen for more about that and. Cover the show and I. I I I I'm like when he grabs the bowl, and then like Barton and I knew exactly who it was, and I'm like you talk. Hawkeye but it's. Yeah and he doesn't do anything which is kind of a letdown. Waste. Few One lander suspended. Do a whole off is coming up in. That will be talking about soon. Anyway, so now they're a true. But it's. A cool cool and I just let them see. I would like to see him. You know maybe shoot a couple of. Maybe knock down some things you know I don't know Causa Causa Attempt to drop a sheet to drop from the plastic sheeting. COULDA had a Adam shooting shooting. Trying to like interfere noxious. What should I do? Boss I do because I can put this in his head. No problem that's you nancy you. Do Nicole some be like. Stop Him, but I do also understand Colston's. Culture wanted to see him see if he could actually pull up hammer like he's like. I want to see if he could. And that's that was an interesting thing. Maybe lead him towards it or whatever yeah, but that's the case. Why did you bring your minions? Adam to stop him I don't know. And it was fun, yeah! I enjoyed this fight scene, but yeah I agree with you. I look at sit well. That was a cross from Colson in the consultant with Seymour him in later movies, but this is his first movie appearance. Who I didn't I didn't know up. He's also an avengers to yeah, and then a or fails to pick up the hammer in a have in my notes. His scream to the sky is slightly better than Ivan. VONK Vongkositul Ironman to slightly Stein. Marginally, he was just trying to do a extreme as opposed to a Russian woman. Worthy. Point, and this is a great that I. Like this I like this. The staging of this I liked drama the the rain in the mud, and the dirt, signifying just a low point and I. This is the scene that breaks them that completely just brakes he's. He's despondent. He's never returning I am no longer worthy of this. The hammer that I was given. This is this is the point and. And I, really I really dig this This gets to the point where he has just broken and is a cool moment when you you've seen what he can do what he's been reduced to, and that's very very cool thematically, and it's pretty much the middle of the movie so the right spot, so it's it's all good like you have the part where they're interrogating four and he just won't. I haven't seen a man. Someone, that's trained could do something like this that that was all cool and my wife watches. She brought up his fighting file. She thought to like the way he's fighting all the guards and everything kind of. Kind of you know wasn't strengthening what I want to say here A. Bit who he was a warrior. Not You know like a special forces or something. Totally now it was it was very effective and then yesterday when you have low key lying again. Which again? This is I mean that's like you were saying. This is also seen. It really breaks them to even more is I. He's unworthy. Comes through and says father died. He couldn't handle what you did, and and he ban issue and you can't come back for. Can we have to have peace with the? Frost giants and I again. This also shows him being more and more evil in more and more getting his plan that he's trying to put in motion. And his mother hates him doesn't want him back and we've taken your room. We've given it to somebody else and you're. Like. Damn Man. I think about all that, but you. God Loki. And on thick, but yeah, he's. He's lost at time. Superman meets matches his character and now again he's just. He has zero fucks to give all of them gone so at the end of that. And then the whole, and then I like it when he's being interrogated. They're like you have a visitor selby light. Yeah, he he was upset. You calls research. He had a little bit too much to drake and at their pull it up to fake either like you know the idea like fake fake fake. Wide Is Colston. Let them go to see what happens. I guess, right I guess I. Mean I guess they just since they interrogation didn't buyer any words like he's not GonNa talk. Host follow him I. Guess, though this interacted in the world and see what happens, it was it was very interesting. I I think this was sitting like shoot and work, but it's working and Obviously it's he doesn't so, but no, it does work actually so because then him him and Mr Skarsgard gets the go drank, and shit is one of my favorite scenes, and that's a big thing this is this is for me. The turn where we're store realizes I've been an ass I haven't appreciated things I've been given I've rooted. I've lost everything because he doesn't think he's going back and he's just no chance now. Nobody wants back. Dad's dead located on the throne. STARTS TO REDEEM HIM TO. Yes in and we like him as a character because he is extremely charming, he is extremely handsome. He is. He hasn't been a kindness to him. He's He treats the ladies in on earth with respect and humility, and they civility 'cause. That's probably how he was, he grew up that way probably right in my lady and kissing hands, and all that sort of thing. So you, we've already seen a softer side of him, but we haven't seen a broken. And now he's broken and he's realizing Tannin I just. I blew it the and that and that moment is a very substantial one. That's the big moment for me. That were he now makes his His hero turn and becomes starts becoming more the hero. It's not me start smooching with Natalie Portman. Hooking up with a renowned. Yay Hooking up with the rebound is not. It's not how you gain your power of throwback. I'm sorry I don't see how that possibly happen, but we'll get there. So. This is cool and he's drinking these chugging back beer with a boilermaker with. Skarsgard good times and you know he's probably a fun drinking partner. Because matter what you do, you are probably under the table so. Yeah. It's a cool thing it. It really starts like I like some of these meals. Eli Start kind of. Is You know they're continuing building the movie? And they're making you feel for or and they're showing that he's growing as a character like I I like all of us, and then we have lucky when he low low key as he visits the frost kingdom again and just hey, come kill Odin Albie King, and then you know like. Why don't you do it yourself well? They'd probably won't approve of the king killing his predecessor. Pretty good hand good. Again also more character building, more character, billion low key. Join Lucky. You'll going more to the dark side at the same time. You find out a little bit. Later is all another ploy he's lying to them to. Everyone to kind of suit his neat, which again is located in the comics and everything which I love it, Mike. What? What did you have ANA on that? The Frost Powell went and all that. Yeah, not much just don't think I have in my notes on this scene is drunk. Selvik is a lot more fun. The drunk stark was. Yes, yes. Ext. Exceptional Point I. I like this again, because this is now showing him being crafty and clever analysts showing you know what he'd probably be pretty good king. You'd actually pretty good at it because he is extremely smart, he's conniving in a bad way. Right like you would take as down to a bad road, but as far as effective this he's he's a that's looking for. He's Kadish does it? He wouldn't do things for the people though he do everything for himself to give more pass. That's a good point. That's a good point. We've seen how that works in real life. Is this your fair point? This is very capable like he's got the yeah. He's got skills whether or not he's for good or for ill is a different story, but capable people are fun to watch. Agreed could point a good point. You probably be terrible. Get points. And we didn't mention it, but throughout this part you had with the war. You're sitting in their bonfire talking about how they want to go rescue door, and when they go to low key and they find Odin sleep, and then they go to dawn doll like well dude I cannot let you go just walks away. Let them. Jewett betray your king yes. This walks off. Again I would be an awesome guy. That was that was cool. Part so is that what does that after the win? I, think that's that's not I think after when When Thorpe returns, a hammered scars guard to to the to a tent. Yeah because we're leading up to the big moment between and revolution at a revelatory moment between Portman and Mr Hemsworth so We already pack. Are you talking about the roof seen when they do that whole part now? No, because this is the scene where they were store returns, a completely hammered skarsgard because. Then you because they had a rough love scene. Yeah, the net. They had the the father couples like a father. Son Seen almost I when I was watching that bit I was like this is Kinda like he's kind of latching onto a new data almost like my dad's dead, and he's looking for that kind of guidance. You know mentor kind of thing a little bit of again. This leads into. The scene where Natalie Portman discovers and gets the story of the nine realms and all the stuff. She needs to know efficacy. He steals back her research notes from shield correct. Correct, and this is kinda where they they. The romance is is completely cemented. They will kiss yet. Obviously, but this is definitely cemented, and it's very much so not earned, and I know. Might you have that in your notes so I'm GonNa let you dine on that a bit will say it's everything everything. This move is kind of feels rushed like there is trying to fit everything into these two hours in slight all over the place, and just nothing feels like super earned Kerr more so than the. Yeah, and the reason it's not. It's earned a I agree with you. I never lobby for movies to be longer, but this needs to be two and a half hours to twenty. If you really want to develop this, our relationship, I know this relationship is in the comics. That's correct right and this is his right. Okay, so that's why you had to do it. I would have loved and again you can't do this because of the source material. How can they can't just be partners? How can they just be? You know like? Hey, we're GONNA figure this out together. He respects for his intelligent her intelligence. She sees him as a way to. To learn something she's never scarred before. And they kind of figure things out together I, I would much rather dig that than this love affair that comes out of kind of nowhere other than the fact that she's attracted to him. She's really attracted to him. How could you blame her? He's charming, charming, norse, God, so hey of course I. don't blame you at all, but it doesn't doesn't ring true it. There's no there's nothing happens in the movie that shows him an her connecting on a deeper level, other than Goofy goofy giggles, as she fumbles with her plates in the trailer, and the occasional sly look. You know like I'm sorry, but if I. Don't mean to sound this way. It's almost like he's actually by that. Bryce. She had just broken boyfriend. Sexy man comes in probably hot for him, which is fine I'm Ok cool, but the fact that this turns him from MMA turns them into the makes him worthy again for the Interstellar Hammer I. Just don't get it, and it's not earn just there. Because my wife was also, the exact said exact same thing she's like this makes no sense it's. Why are they in love? I haven't seen. Wyatt and she had never seen this movie, so she seen others, but other. MC's, but not this one so it. It is a very bad scene. That's Hammerton because we need a love story. We need away for thor to regain his a catalyst for him to regain his worthiness to wheel the hammer again, and where the suit so I know I, think it's really really lame scene and shame. It's a shame because she's a good actress shoot. theus is not the first time she'd been paired with bad with setups. I'm going to keep bringing that up all every time we've mentioned the. Their reasons for failure and. This. Really really hated technical, but I do like it when all the warriors show up at Patmos House and then. They make reference like we just need some concrete proof and all of a sudden. They're there at the door, knocking on the door and ready for this part. Check forgot about when they're coming into town, you have. Shield agencies like we just have seen A. Robin Hood Yeah. Racist. Hours. Funny. Very funny reference. I think I wrote down like everyone's in town for a causeway convention. You know or a Renaissance Fair. That may have been line I don't remember but. It's fair Gonul. That was. Going to cause play very funny very cool the again fish out of water. They greet him with like the as Darty, ingredients are. Everyone's looking at him like okay, okay, crazy space man. A Lot. Follows not so much. Well. You kind of have things going back and forth like you have the scene where than than than it runs back to stuff with Heimdahl where Loki says what he and I'm. Not I'm not you're you know you're not my king? He tries to kill on which is awesome. Hell freezes that getting closer and closer to his ED. Slice them off and I'm just like Oh. This is still cool, very good very good, but then you kinda get into the final well. I would say the final third of this movie, but say or so or quarter by quarter quarter. Here you have. The destroyer comes you know. He sent the destroyer to kill or in the towel. And then you have you know he starts I. Do love that apartment. Destroyer comes down and then they're like you just want start like no. Tell me anything that's. Very good, that was good. That made me chuckle, and then it just starts destroying everything in its path and the car like that was all very cool. I was okay with that Alex store. Is this a pretty cool? I like that fight team to when the warriors are trying to fight door, and you have all that going on like I, thought that was. I enjoyed all of it like it made sense to me that they're I. mean because they're not if they're, they're more are who still can't take on like this something. That's kind of like a mystical type artifacts that you can't really kill exactly if you throw it up in a tornado, but was cool. I enjoyed all that I enjoy the part where stiff distract jumped off the roof stabbed through the head like all that. Rotates around shooter the. Yes. That was the best part of that whole sequences when she goes down and stabs him through the mouth or the head. Has Twist around which is cool Here's my favorite scene sacrificial lower. If I if I may just swing back a little bit to the Godzilla. Middle Dot Zillah going in destroying everything in his wake. Up. My wife had a very funny comments. She's like how many people in this town like twenty. Just. Evacuate the town me about thirty people, so it was very funny I. Don't again. It seemed very slow and plotting it. Just kind of had a had a rhythm to it that that was just kinda slow and a little boring explosions didn't just didn't do it for me. I! Don't think he's the guy was a terribly good. You know villain because you know what's going to happen. Turn back before and make mincemeat out of. Of them, so the stakes were pretty low. The only thing I was nervous about movie. Wise is if one of the warriors. We're GONNA die or get seriously injured. Yeah, just didn't work for me it just. The pacing was weird pace. It was Kinda slow and plotting. It didn't have really energy or life to it and I guess maybe I'm just too used to the to the new marvel movies which have pacing and. In a lot of kinetic kinetic energy to it, this one just seem kind of like a classic old school. Marvel in boss Tino to not an embossed but mid boss basically. Yeah to kind of drag along in the kind of thing, and then, of course we get to the sacrifice. Very very very long sacrifice. It's his plan though he says I have a plan S. I guess. Well I guess. He figured him. Dying I would save everybody else because that's what the big robot was there to do so I guess. Sacrifice yourself, so so y'all can be can live in your town so. Again. The sacrificial. I thought it was cool that he gets. He gets up there. He gets he gets. He didn't even get blasted. He gives bitch slap because the best way to put it back handed slap by the by the monster after that he just even pretty much dies, but that's what the way I took. The buffets dies mortal, because essentially that would've killed immortal. If someone you giant metal arm, and you go fly in that far. You're not going to be okay. You're going to Russian and was low-key. Controlling that from has guard it was. It has its own it was. Supposed to be him controlling it, he like you know. Yeah, it's all him. Gotcha so it's fucking up thorny. Made sense to me like the idea you know. He thought he just wanted to stop him that he talked to him. If he does this, he can reason with him he can you know I don't think he meant to die exactly, but as him putting his life in jeopardy is what is what I fall? Why can be worth? Because he wrote his life, he put others above his own. Yeah. Exactly the love story, maybe that that made him worthy. To China I do I. The sacrifice was is the final is the final thing that kinda cements him as hero. When he can NASA sign a leader, a leader will always sacrificed himself or herself over others, so yeah, okay, that's fine in retrospect is just the again the catalyst and the and that moving forward is Jane and by this time I now realize her name was Jane and I didn't know that at also added for. No, no idea at that point I realize her name is Jane. I'm like okay cool now. I know now I know. yeah I think you're probably right. You're probably right that this is the moment. This is the moment of course when he gets his. This is his major redemption moment because he sacrificed himself and he's like I. don't care. Kill me, so they're going to go away. 'cause I know locate isn't gonNA slaughter, everybody anyway and. The Romance is kind of the burning catalysts that move. This forward Matt Romances. What's not so I think you could have done this with a partnership and friendship and connections, personally with these people, and not had that at all, but still had this moment of sacrifice, which is actually fine, you know. I, never a big Fan, the long pretended death scene, but whatever that's a hand wave. That's kind of where I land on that. Every. Stalled I start out the show. I'm sorry. I was doing other things. But, I, I and I was saying like he gets. The fight was destroyer is is awesome, too. And again I wrote in my notes. I call it the superman moment where he flies up in the sky with him or no moments afterwards when he flies I. Don't know why Superman moment now I wrote Mamoon for Oh never mind. Okay, yeah, with destroyer I just remembered why I wrote were fighting to destroy. You had the Tornado I like all that all. All. That was bad ass. The Superman moment is after all that when he's going to try to go back to asgard, because he finds out that Loki lied to him, which we I forgot to say earlier. He Grabs Jane Foster and then he goes flying with Jane Foster and all I could think of was superman. It might because I have watched six seasons smallville in the last two months. That might. Not sure. Well done. No. No? No I've never seen an episode again TV's not my thing. That's okay. Well, no, it's been more like four or five months, but I would. That's what in the last three months I have watched way too much smallville it's. It's the IT'S NOT AWFUL Again. I've never seen it. That way, Don't need to. Mike, what did you think of the final The final this the door versus destroyer battle is pretty cool I mean as far as spectacles go like it's over. It's over pretty quick which. Again. They're trying to cram everything into two hours, but I did like that A. Collect Poulsen son of coal? Doesn't vendors. That's funny, little thing because he's Odin son yet. I like I like this quite a bit. This is only the second immer. My if I'm wrong, let me know. This is the only the second floor thing we see in this entire booby and it's been about an hour twenty since we've seen thor, do thor things because this movie courses about his fall and his redemption right and that's fine so I think that helps this seen a lot more. It is over very quickly but I think this is the big catharsis moment of. Of the fewer re like, yes, we get to watch thor thor things because this is a comic book movie and it's fun to watch our Comic Book Heroes Do Comic Book Things Right Yeah so that that's what i. that's where I kind of place this. I thought it was fun very fun. He's kicking Jesus out of the destroyer. You know two destroyers not going to be a threat. That's fine. We don't need threats right now. We just need to watch for in store things. And Just go? Yeah, that very effective Yeah, it was a little short side, but it would have been nonsensical to have it go any longer. 'cause that that creature was no match and. Meant to move the story along a little bit, give me a cool seen salesman toys. SLOBBER TUNDE for authority. beat on something because we haven't seen Thorpe anybody really. Geez. You right, you know he. Guards! We're doing. Now, and then, and then I do I do like the part where you have at the frost giants to Odin and Loki like okay, they're about to kill Odin. And then he kills the frost giants anyway to show because you find out. More of his plan is to save Odin so he's the good son he's. You know even though he's setting everything up. It's like you can crashing on purpose just so you can be put back together, yelp. North. Salt Lake kills his actual father his birth phone. Most. He's knows it to. He knows that's his father. At this point in the movie. He knows exactly. That's Dad, but DAD LEFT ME TO I. Screw you dad. Scroll the dead's yeah. She said at this point Loki is completely broken bad, so it's that's it like he's now. I laughed my Azoff at the park coming up. When it comes back to ask our and Loki shoots out the window at the staff with laughing hard that part so good. Yeah, that was very great. I enjoyed that a lot you. End Up on the by frosts this. Railroad. Own. Is When Loki uses the by frost, basically destroy Odin Heim. Early that if they leave the by frost open, it'll like overwhelmed the realm energy, and basically destroy it, so that's his plan. Now we've again is so outsized and big and monstrous like wits at that's a. that's big like look. Hey, you've been hanging out in the castle. You WanNA get your way and get become king fine right foot blown up an entire world as a mustache twirling villain stuff right there. That's that's not necessary. Lucky people to. Yes own people I right, yes. So Be the last of the frost giants. Again this. Is. This is I. Think the movie trying to big the biggest stakes again at this point right because a battle between you need a battle between thor and Loki at this point, because brothers missile resolve, they're they're not resolve their brother issues, but this film kind of resolve it and you need stakes to expediate. What's going to happen? Right, thank. You can't just have them slowly against each other. You need this other ticking time bomb running in the background, right? You had this clock running, so it's good. I think as devices perfectly fine Yeah, giant stakes I don't know if I really care for the denizens and the poor women and children of the Odin. Haven't seen nothing there, but monster creatures and ice. into the care. Actually, there's A. Yeah I'm sorry. Go ahead, good I. I didn't I was the same, but with you I didn't care about them. But it's fine, and it's you know and. Of course now, good guy, good guy, thor, completely one eighty thanks. I guess almost suicide do that, but completely one eight hundred four is gone eighties like you can't destroy an entire civilization tire planet. rewind about forty five minutes when Loki visits The frost king, and he's barking with him, and he says and you know that way you can return your planet to its. Former glory. Ice In candidate like that very very neat, so. It was it was in the final four and Loki face off. The you know, smack each other a few times in the the by frost to scrape by. Me Doesn't do anything the final little. Okay. What was the? What was your problem with it? I mean it's. It's a cool scene, but just to me. It felt a little too long for some reason, even if not very long in the first place. There's an abomination. It was better than whiplash. Say That, but it just didn't really. It wasn't my favorite. Citing this movie like those fights. At least they're more closely matched as far as the combatants. Go like I. Feel like thor would destroy Loki without really. That's I think that was part of what my problem was. He's never been shown me a fighter. He stays craft. He gets out of fighting with the Hologram dog angers and whatnot leg to battle I. Don't think he's stood a chance. Yeah, no, absolutely not I mean there is no yeah. He had no chance, so he had to rely on his craftiness, which does towards the end when he tricks when he tricks a thor into to trying to rescue them from the bridge. Because again, you thors learn to be a good boy and he turns around of course. The eighty five locals are there just I'll ask cool. He's using his craftiness. That's all games advantage one of his powers to. Clone. Yep. So I wasn't sure if he knew. I. Think we've seen this everything. We've seen this with in the original battle on. Him Good Bro is go down there and try to rough some stuff up. So you have a small scene with it, but this is where you see it going full force and I really this is this. This to be is really strange I. Guess there was nothing else you can do. Because then the idea is to help it. Let's US destroy the entire by frost to save the planet. Why did did low key have the the in and already someone had to move that thing towards Yoda high. I must have missed why why that was the last resort them it. It seemed like Lord. Couldn't get close enough. To to pull the sort out, or whatever he liked walks up to the doorway, just kind of backs away from it and Righ-, because they have the magic, the magic wind feeding hatch that we. It was magic wind that he can't power through. The, Hammer of a limited power. A. Remember mind the fact that he went through the mouth of a monster. He can't go through strong breeze, but okay. So, so, how did the ad they? So he starts pounding the the Rainbow Bridge. Which bummed me out. At the end of the battle he takes me there and sets look chest. Doesn't. He can't get up so A. Would that kill him like? Well. We're in the movie. You like age of Trod. The hammer just fall through the tables. The same idea that I guess if it's object, it doesn't destroy the object. Get to sit there. Yeah, that's fair, I mean that's that's an inanimate object. Though if it's sitting on a person does that count is lifting it. Is Easy like move it. Maybe Thor Hassle I will that. It's not that he purposely put their. That's probably what it is. I mean Yeah Thor thors willing the hammer to not just smooth shame like a grape so when he should be smashed. Hey, you hate four I. Guess I could say that if your brother is turned completely evil, I'd have a hard time smooching him do. Some. Some dudes needs to be smooshed. Have when they get done fighting. After he breaks the bridge, they fall, and everything's happening. When store in the falling off the bridge, and then you, you have the classic movie moment. Loki holding onto something that hold on, and then Odin wakes up finally from his NAP and grabbed store, and then you have them all holding each other and low key something about looking pretty much sacrifices himself, but he doesn't really. He knew what was going to happen. He's all a trick. They don't ever say but well. Yeah, no! Say their mind. That is brought up in avengers. I can't remember exactly, but it is brought up adventure. Slow it as well because again to the viewer who doesn't know them movies coming up. It does look like he's. He's not like John so it for the viewer in this movie Loki is gone. We obviously no, that's not the case. Odin his his alarm goes off. His phone goes off. Wake up and see. So the old man nap is over that you know. Go Down I. Try and go down for thirty minutes. I'm out for two hours. That's just what happens these days. But Your! Home like. Odin so I could. I could have been great. I could have done this just like no. It's the final the final defiance against local and he's like I'm done. So that was the end was rather than deal that he kinda goes off. I don't remember how he survived. But I'm sure that comes up in thor to. As far as an avengers. was eventually do with Santos so vendors is the fourth or to. A next is cap. America then avengers then the best movie ever ironman three. Okay all right, so, but anyways. That's kind of what happens there. And he as far as we know as viewers. He's gone Thor and Odin our best buds again. Best Buds, but they are. Brother and apologies it's. Two Hours Two hours as a father and son again their relationship has been renewed. Everyone sits around a big nordic feast in bays eats big Nordic food. cool to see all the good bro hanging out having a good time. Everyone's everyone's wear. They ought to be i. do like the scene where I think it is thor or no, it's the it's The lady I think, see stores, mom, yeah, and she kinda Sieff and she hurricane exchange a sad glance like. Your sons dead if I flew. Or at last upper as I as I, call. Last all I can think of the last supper from the Bible at all. Right well, Hey, listen to. We were recording this around Easter you. No last supper was Thursday, so yeah, that's that's how it Kinda tracks I think but Yeah. No, it's a yes. Last Supper is a day before confronting. s every us, so that's a good way putting. Yeah, there's a bit of sadness there, which is appropriate and stores got some sadness. 'CAUSE brothers dead. Sure! Yeah, totally you got that. And then a him for a him and thor and Odin the final glance, they say the final cliche line I think I wrote down is. you can cut this allowed. Odin and thor chat admits to having much to learn dad, and I make you proud and odors you already have. Anyway. I put in my notes, because as we have forgotten inch. We didn't give a shit when four is going back up to ask our. He tells Padre. I'll be back and they have kissy moment. That bill is probably coughing. Anyway. And I wrote my note sad pad May. He doesn't come back. That's. Say Pretty good a lot of cabinet, my wife and I again. Who despises relationship rooting for? It's end she We go. Win Cheap when they had the final kiss at first, he kisses her hand. We both go. Okay. Okay all right then. He kisses her proper. Jingoism for the kiss. Is it that's what it says in the quote to Jingles in for the kiss. Well, On the rebound Hawkeye with ABC she couldn't help herself. Didn't even more is when Thorsell said like he misses her. Her, his brother lives misses he misses. Didn't think about that, but. Not Talk. You're right. It's the the relationship dominates too much and I think that's what I that's. What just popped in my brain? It dominates too much of the story in that in that romance. That I'M GONNA go back I'm going to I. will come back for you. Why. Fine Still have one of bill's favorite moments. You have pad may try to be smart trying to search for thorn. She's saying you doing smart things that they're running around with. Whatever the hell they're doing that for n little seniors to tie to tie into later movies. He timed else he can say her. He says the she's looking for him in the cuts, he gets a little smirk and then it cuts to credits. Find. This is when you finally see the title. The movie four is not that far away from this part. They never have the title movie until way near the end. Really card is not show I was watching it I actually watch all the credit because Disney plus not netflix's. I can't just see where the scenes aren't is. Get Row WanNA. Go okay. I have to sit there and just wait. There's just. Yes it! It says it happened finally. Has the title cartilage an animal movie? Wouldn't it also has a store will return offenders and and a black cream white text at the? Correct. Word Table Yes which way the so the title at the word store doesn't appear as Teitelbaum. Beginning or end credits. NOPE, not until the end credits. Going only billy, and. The black the white tech I know there's an actual title car. I thought okay it's around that point. I gotcha unfortunate Tanaka bill to find it in the amount of time I. Give them myself at the moment, but it is. It doesn't I was saying attention to it. It didn't show up to that. I want to say didn't show up that end movies do that. That's fine. I'm of. The. Wrong, maybe in the beginning of the movie is paying attention. I don't think it was. So and then you and then after I, sat through accredited agonizingly because I had to. When you finally have the reference to with the after credit scene, which kind of leads into Avengers, where you have Dr Salvage stairs in inside a facility which we will see later in this series and Mick theories. They're okay. I brought you to show you to sing. They opened up briefcase. It's an item that you have no idea what it is yet because you have not seen captain, America, because has not come out yet right, and you have a brief part when he's in a window where Loki says something and then salvage repeats what Loki set, so it shows you that lucky is in salvage head somehow, and that's the thing he can and so. I was GONNA ask that question. Is that a thing you can do? Like Gujral people that is. Peaking can only do that because of the mind, stone has set sceptre in that shot I, don't. Shop, but he gets I'm going to kind of give a little brief history real. Quick in the MT history you're I. Understand is after he falls down that in that whole. He goes somewhere else. Find Daniel's help them out as he does spanos. That's an injury. He attacked because he owes stands. What happened and fan gives them the staff to borrow the staff to help him. Take over Earth round to help them, so that's what that was all about. I guess we'll get there and a louise. You'll get there. That's what I understand I. Want to give you the quick brief part of it. This is our first. I look at one of the Infinity Stones Slow, even though we know that for a very very long time, correct. Called gems before they decide to call finnity stones. I did not know that. Yeah. They weren't in the comics everything. They're always infinity gems, MCI like stone. Nobody wants to use the word, JIM or the gyms where the gems. Anything Touche. Essay before we go to Shelford Bach I'm good. All right. We'll start with a positive note I go first. Episode of this is going in the other Shell I really liked this movie when I first saw twenty eleven I. Really Liked this movie. When I saw four years ago and I still really liked this movie I. I was state. Entertain other than the fact that someone looks like someone took a bunch of Plato and shoves on Chris Christie's face. and. That's the nitpicks, so it's not. It didn't hurt it. It bothered me. Something's wrong about his phases eyebrows. Something was wrong. Other than that I enjoyed every of the movie I love seeing Padma in this movie in in a in a more healthy relationship, so I was okay like it was just I enjoyed I I really enjoy. Missingham I well I really like some not my favorite thorough movie. Your, that is the third one, but it's a really good movie. It moves EMC. I definitely recommend going on the shelf and I look forward to seeing it again for years. How about you fell? Maybe it's just hair that you have an issue with because see flights. It's tied later movies right typically in the ponytail more than that. It's the face. Okay. It's going in the box for me like even if I had the gray area look, we talked about in the last episode with Ironman too I think it's still in the box it is. It didn't capture me even the way the Ironman tooted where I sat and watched throughout all of our men to on my phone was doing anything. This I was on facebook or like browsing imdb to see who actors were is. I know it ingrate me. To fantasy, which can some stupid for comic book movie that it could could be such a thing, but you're following iron, man and hulk, so I can. Yeah like going to lean toward sci-fi given the option, so maybe that's just my personal preference. Is going to go is going to go in the box. Get and for me. It's going to boxes well. That should be no surprise to anybody listening. There's too many. For everything that's good. There's another thing that's wrong. and a lot of the tent poles of this movie are Little Rock. So you have the tent poles being. You have your the romance. It doesn't work. You have your lead. Female character. She's not working all these different things that aren't working. This movie does look beautiful It has a The action scenes when they're they're. Thinking about you only only have two and a half. Really Action Scenes in this entire movie If you look at it as this kind of norse drama than I think you'll enjoy it a lot more if you look at it as like a traditional. You movie. You're probably GONNA. Look like it a lot less in even though I do like that. Shakespearean Kinda about family drama, the the backbiting, and all that sort of thing. There's just too many. It takes too many punches to really stand up on its own, so it falls in the box and. I wouldn't mind seeing it again. Probably another five years, but I won't be seeking it out anytime soon. I forgot to ask with US another one in the BLU ray collection. No no I know I thought I owned it but I guess I, didn't like it that much when I first saw. So. No, this is actually this is on Amazon prime for free. which is I didn't want to I'm still waiting to Disney plus and trying to hold off as long as I can and when I when I. When I do get, it will be for the show, so yeah, no, it's on Amazon prime for free in four K. Four K. hd are so if you have the bandwidth to support, that's sort of the format and TV is well. That's definitely the best way to do it. Folks, we still on Amazon prime as time this published finally. This is a good point I'm Austin the timeline I know. Like Loki just making time stuff happened I. Don't know when things are aided. UNLESS, I get I. Get anxious and we get enough in in the CAN. I will release some two a month, but that's only if we get there, which I don't know if we will or not least not in the early part we will. Right. That's about I I was expecting maybe two shelves. One box one one shelf to hey. We did IRONMAN to Ironman, too with all three boxer us. Yes, that was a unanimous throw in the in the box, which is also known as the garbage. Can I'm kidding? It wasn't that bad, but you know that's the way up on the shelf in the garage. You can't even remember where it is. We're into. The Christmas lights I think last time we saw in there, so. I think that brings us about the rap, so we should and the next week. We're going to be covering in the following month that you've been listening to. This is going to be kept in America the first of injure when they start feeling that they had to put more in the title and just the name of the character. I like how you said that in the tone of the Captain America Inventors Game. Going! Out completely by actually like cross your right I. Did I didn't mean to. I've just saying it because that's how I say captain. America, but yeah, it was in the same tone. Let's get stuff. I'm interested to see how how I how I like this now. I'm interested I. Don't I remember being pretty cool on it and actually I used to do. I've actually reviewed. All these movies. Go back when they were released. That was a lot of movie. Reviews some Chang dig up those old old word Dachshund, see I think about that and then cringe at my writing from ten years ago because I'm sure it's not good. Lots of DOT DOT DOT's. So. Anyway. It's the worst writing, but my my ex girlfriend that I was with at one point whenever she would love to end things with dot dot dot with using meant she was pissed about something, which is almost always. And ever since then whenever people say dot, dot, dot, or something, I was like and I'm like. Stop it! Everything's fine you're. Allergic, S I'm interested I. Remember being cool on it, but I'm curious how I feel about now, so I am, too. I'm very excited. Because I have not seen it in years, so I'm very very excited to go back to so now. We will get to that in the next episode, but please again we do. We do games episodes every every week. You'd have to in and you're GONNA. Have the other three. MCI movies at this time to go, listen to please. We haven't heard does listen to those. We have Combo get every month. Please listen to them. They need more. They need more. More listens because I. Keep doing them anymore listens all right I want to give it off some shout out to our Bobby Aka Mike. Who did our INTRO ALTRO that we've been borrowing from his EP bite the bullet songs, schoolkids squad I I've said that thing well over ninety times at this point and every time I say it a little differently somehow. You'd be surprised how. Nothing's written down the altro that I have never it down. I just speak maybe one day. I'll write it down. I highly doubt it. Please, follow us on Facebook instagram twitter where I'm trying to keep up on posting screen shots for upcoming game. We have I also promote whatever new episode comes out and eventually should. Give you a little heads up. 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408: Full-Time Income on a Part-Time Schedule with Emma Powell

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

1:19:16 hr | 8 months ago

408: Full-Time Income on a Part-Time Schedule with Emma Powell

"This is a bigger pockets podcast show four, hundred, and eight. She stabs up as she says, Hey, everybody this is emma she has some money she liked to learn raise your hand. If you have a project that needs some money and a couple people raise their hand at everybody was like, Hey, man over here over here. Do you need X. amount of money and he was like, yeah. You're listening to figure pockets radio simplifying real estate for investors large and small. If you're here looking to learn about real estate adjusting without all the hype you're in the right place, stay tuned and be sure to join the millions of others who benefited from bigger markets. Dot Com your home for real estate investing online. What's going on its brand turner host of the bigger pockets podcasts here with another phenomenal show today with my co host Mr David. Greene David what's up man? How? How's life business business has been amazing. Actually, this is the best I've ever had. We've felt more people in the bay area and Sacramento either buying a rental properties or buying investment properties than like or House acts ever would've dreamed. So this has been very fulfilling year also very challenging but that's that's what's fun about business is it forces you to get better than you were in the navy before. So thanks for. Asking how's things in in your in other words? How's business going Yeah. Life baby sleeping more for life babysitter more than that as great which them businesses, the businesses don't go. We just actually closed on a big park last week and we just launched fun three. So like we're raising a bunch of money now from credit investors. So it's been nuts but good like the biggest year ever had. So yeah, crazy. It's like half the world this. Is the worst year ever and the other half is like this is phenomenal. So it's just interesting how that different perspective and all that stuff works. So that said, today's guest also has a fantastic story of just killing it lately I mean this year the last few years has been killing it all well, having six kids at home. You'll hear my surprise in the show when I find that out six kids home schooling them not just six hundred. Kids while building this amazing real estate empire. Star guest today is Emma Powell, and she just goes. Deep this is really. What's the word? Like you're gonNA want notes for. Note -Tarian for Mexico. Yeah. There's so the but she's also wraps everyone in a story like here's how she pulled out this crazy big deal and wrapped it inside this amazing thing and this is how you can do it as well. It's really good. Saw If you're not driving right now, I'd recommend paper and Pencil. You'RE GONNA learn how to do these deals some of creative finance stuff like. Down stuff really good stuff in there. Again, a mom who works part time at the real estate thing crazy awesome story. She also has a tip. One of the best tips I think I've ever heard in like four hundred plus episodes of the show is her tip on what to do when you meet with a potential mentor was so good and. I have never thought of it before or never heard anybody else say before it's going to change my investing career in the future and it will probably change yours as well as people who are ahead of you on the on the path towards your future, and then we talk about lease options today, which is kind of a more again a deeper topic. But you'll learn the power of how those can be really really really really helpful and growing your business all that and more to come in just a moment. But before we get to that, let's get today's. Today's quick. Tip is very simple. If you are not currently a bigger pockets member sounds weird right? What does that mean? It means if you have not joined our list, you have a profile on bigger pockets I want you to go do that today you might be wondering why it's because unions are building your reputation right now at somebody who is in the game who's connecting with people who are getting the people you're going to hear why in today's show with Emma on why that's so important but a lot of people, a lot of guys just listened to the show but. You're not subscribed to like bigger pockets as a member yet and it's a free membership. Yes. We have a membership as well, but just a membership with your face and it's like you know it's like having a facebook or twitter but let's cat videos and a lot more real state content go to bigger pockets that calm and do that. If you WANNA post the cat video, you probably could as well but you know David would appreciate that David actually he's like the guy for sending me funny cat videos he's like you know every every couple hours at a new cafeteria for. That's not sure. 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Again, if you're looking to supplement your active investing and get a nice return passively learn more about how to get started today in notes or a diversified note fund at P. Pr Note Co Dot, com slash be again p P. R. Note Co.. Dot Com SEIS BP I think we're ready for the show and then you WanNa add David. I love this interview. I think you guys are GonNa love it too. As you listen, make sure that there's going to be phrases that you hear that maybe you aren't aware of it's okay. Write that down there some research for you like if you come out of this, not knowing more than what you knew when you went into it, then he did something wrong. This is definitely a show that should be very educational. Great Point that said, let's get to our show with Emma Powell. Emma welcome to the bigger pockets podcast. Good to have you here anc you NASA tell us about yourself. What did you do before real estate and then we'll get into your journey. I was a real shape photographer before for about ten years in Austin Texas I shot weddings on the weekends before that I taught a graphic design online. So moist ban on trio minded I went back to college in the middle of my photography career to get a degree in entrepreneurial management just felt like entrepreneurial even know the thing entrepreneurial. Business, it's a special team at business management degree in psychology the degree the teach you how to keep all the plates spinning. How to wear all the hats and and get things done and so that stops my background and then after I graduated from that is about forty when I finished college and. My first job out of college was part time marketing consultant social media. Manager content. Marketer for the Professional Rugby Team in Austin. That's cool. That's cool. that how do you go from that to invest in real estate were that transition come from? My husband is an IT. He's a specialist in in tech startups. So that's why Ruin Austin Tech Startup, city and he got laid off from A. That he was employee number nine, a friend of his and one day. I, guess they didn't get their series B. Round of funding valuation that they are expecting. They had to lay off a thirty percent of their their workers to get enough working capital to stay in business. He comes home one day it's noon he walks in the door and he didn't look sick. So I mean I knew what that meant I said did you get fired? He's no come on I. Got Laid off. So we just went into kind of kill mode at that point just started working on the network and going on meet ups the trying to find another job I said I'd be willing to move to Salt Lake because they have also have rugby team and that Rugby League is headquartered there and it's hard to obviously find a job in the rugby industries is really niche niche type of thing as so when he told the recruiter could be one who to Salt Lake they were all over it. They said about six interviews in in three days as we drove up interviewed at job offer the next day offer we can refuse. So. We packed up all the kids. And Solar House and Got Salt Lake in Austin team couldn't really keep me remote in the Salt Lake neither one of those organizations really needed or could afford me at that point job. So I started sending more meet up same thing trying to figure out what I wanted to do, and I always wanted to be real estate investor. We've made some money off of thousands lived in just found myself how to Redo my my identity I. Didn't WanNa keep you in tougher getting too old didn't build another businesses from scratch like that that I don't work fulltime and I knew that real estate give me a fulltime income on a part time schedule. So I just I found this organization, they wanted to sell me some education not into that so I? got on the Internet Google has found bigger pockets than started on organization on bigger pockets and somebody was like, why would you pay all that money for that education when you learn it all on bigger pockets for free and go to your local radio and I was like, what's a rea-? So I signed up bigger pockets and I found my local reas into started going and the first one I went to a guy was talking about developing lots and we sold our house and I said I've got all this cash here. Maybe I should Mona to of flipper. And Figure out what I'm doing. So I found him everybody you know they all pointed the same guy, right loan it to that guy he knows what he's doing. He can use that much money right away. And the second that I went to was sitting there had the money placed and I was stolen how like a hotshot like I'm I'm hard money lender right so then the guy got up there and he said look if you can just skip residential go straight to commercial, you should just do that and I was like I can do that. Okay. So I decided that point I wanted to be in commercial real estate. It's still do residential deals that came in my way because I understood that we bought our own houses we'd have their own house and I figured I already knew how to do a lot of that. So we. got a couple of small rentals. We have the cash that we could do it by ourselves. I. Wanted to give some credibility in some experience all that wildlife learning about commercial real estate about first year while money was out and when it came back just decided to tear it out. All right I want to unpack this a little bit. Yeah. So first of all, you packed up the family and move, you said the kids and I heard you had a lot of them. Is that you yeah, I six kids. Okay. Yeah you're moving across the country in a pack of six kids get to this new place and first of all for those who don't know what a real when you say Rio would've I mean. Real Estate Investor Association the National Organization, and they've got chapters all around the country and you can start a chapter. It's Kinda like starting a business. Do the chapter in year supposed to promote it and get people out, and there's a small membership fee may be hundred, two, hundred, eighty bucks a year I learned salt. Lake had three live ones and one virtual one, and so I just joined olive on to see. Another one in northern Utah. You. So I went and visited those just getting my feet around trying to meet everybody could listen to the put on lots of variety of speakers. So sailors, slippers, apartment guys commercial. Rentals, property managers every meeting has a different focusing really can get fast exposure to a lot of different types of things you can say, okay this one feels right to me this one fits, and so that was really helpful for me to figure out which direction I was going. Yeah interesting. Now, when you decided that you part with that one person or you lent them that money, I shouldn't say so I guess it's a partnership, right? So you gave money to somebody how did you know that that was like did you know like all this guy is going to be solid? We're kind of due diligence. Did you do or did you get lucky off that or? I'm wondering why people listen to this like why got some money just go randomly give it to a guy. Like what's your thoughts on that? That was really scary. Really really scary. It was it was quite a lot of money. It was the most money ever had at one time and I I told my husband I said look we made this money off of the personal houses that we invested in that we would buy new brandon construction at appreciate very quickly and we'd sell it. We'd live for years and move on and so when we moved to Salt Lake I said, we'll just put barely enough down on this house so it will buy a house that we can. Afford with minimum down on your W. Two income and the rest of this I'm taking it goes starring real estate business and so that was when I found that Guy Hey, I can do this I he was not speaking at the rea- I asked everybody at the Ryoko I have this amount of money on it's going to be available on this date. Do you know anybody can use it and it's kind of funny because they're sitting in the RIA was my very, very first meeting I was knitting just sitting there myself just knitting and. the the president of the comes up to me, and she says, Hey, look new the purpose of arenas to network and you're sitting up here by yourself waiting for the meeting to start, and so she asked me a couple of questions what you here have some some money from a house just sold and maybe it was looking to place that was somebody and she stands up as she says, Hey, everybody, this is Emma she has the money she liked to land raise your hand if you have a project that needs some. Money and a couple of people raise their hand and she said, okay, go me your joe and Sam and as she pushed me to the back of the room to go meet him and they couldn't use that amount of money in that quick of a time frame. But they kept saying you know who should ask this guy this guy this guy he's not here. He's not here a here will that guy walked in and everybody was like, Hey, man over here over here Guinea you need X. amount of money and he was like, yeah. I just really liked hell call me was about it. He didn't get that desperate look in his eyes came over a very calm conversation in very patient I went home and I looked him up trying to find any dirt. I could on him you know you Google's name and Scam Google's name 'em lawsuit. Disowned, whatever I could talk to a lot of people spent some time in his office. He ended up being a great mentor for me even though I ended up my business went a different direction. He was doing was really great when you loan someone money, you have a question they up the phone. We'll answer any question you ask. So that was a great tool for me to get a lot of education rip very quickly and I want to bring up a couple of things here first of all. For those who are listening to this going you gave somebody money I understand the cool thing real estate for those who are maybe new here and they're not sure how this whole thing works. The cool thing is when you put money into a deal like that I'm assuming the way it was with, you have some sort of like lean against whatever properties they're working on. So they can't then just give him a Duffel bag full of cash and crossing your fingers hoping you're getting something back. It's all very like as long as you do it correctly it's all done very legally and. There's a lot of protections in place I use the analogy recently somewhere I said, it's like you know driving down the road of the dangerous activity or in the car it's dangerous. You'd get hit by a car. You could flip over you could stare off the road but that's why we do a drivers as we go in, we learn how to do this you. Learn what all those safeguards are, and that's why we have air bags in the car. We have insurance on the car in case something goes wrong. There's all these things that help lessen the risk of driving and so then we drive. So when people are like, well, I would never I would never give money to somebody in a real estate deal because that's risky just. Again it's not a Duffel bag it's your you have some protection assume that was the case with you Emma. I we actually had a friend of ours in Austin several years before when he found out, we were saving up all this money because of two, thousand, eight, two, thousand, nine, the smart thing to do was to live simply and save up all your cash because you never knew if you're going to get laid off as though my husband and I both had part time jobs and we're powering. Gash and then when the crisis seemed to be winding down, we had lost their jobs monster house somebody came to me and he said L. we can do. A flip in ten percent on the Lai ten percent that sounds really high that must be a scam the friend of ours trusted them. It just seemed like a way too good to be true to be getting ten percent on your money. Instead we set now because he was asking me what they're all of our money and they said never investor can't afford to lose don't put all your eggs in one basket. So we said No. So it wasn't like we had never been exposed to that concept before I had read Rich Dad Fordad twenty years before. Don't have enough nuts and bolts. I didn't really know what to do with it after read it but I knew it was a thing. So when I asked this new guy in Salt, Lake? So how does this work do I just write you a check does it go on your personal account because that was not the answer I wanted to hear if he had said, yes, I might not have done business with Hook with a guy may title company it goes into an escrow account their address they send you the lean paperwork that guy sign a contract missing the legal ins and outs like what you said because I knew that he was doing it. Correctly research. That's how it was supposed to go. I. Offered to send it straight to his bank account right check and because he said no and educated me on the way, it was supposed to be down. I knew that that was a test that he was being trustworthy. That's that's a that highlights y your reputation is so important and doing things. The right way is so important because let's be frank if you're giving someone one, hundred, thousand dollars fifty, thousand dollars. Is it's a risky thing to do and it's GonNa feel even riskier than it is even if that person is completely legit, there is still a very real component that they could be gone and in the Cayman Islands before you know what happened. So for both sides, if you're looking to partner with someone in your bringing the money, you should absolutely do exactly what did and if you're the person who's borrowing people's money. You need to prepare ahead of time for how you're going to explain to them. What's going to happen you don't want to answer but yeah yeah. Yeah. Just cut me a cheque right now but I'll put in the bank and don't worry you know you can have this or you can have that that's the wrong answer and then the third piece would be if everyone speaks about the way that they spoke about this person. It's going to go very far. If people say you know I don't know I don't know that he's even done a deal. This guy just shows up at these meetings all the time talking about how he never has money that'd be a big Red Flag I don't WanNa be I'm not going to be helping this person learn how to do the business or if there's you know I, don't know someone. So did A. Deal and they weren't too happy about it. That goes really really far when it comes to raising money I agree and I felt like the only thing I didn't do that. Maybe I should have done was to run a up a private investigator background check on him. I would never say that that's a bad idea. I didn't really think about it at the time but if with the amount of money that was that was. Probably should've added that to my due diligence but everything else I feel pretty safe with it and we're still friends you still around. We call them my my air quotes, mentor it. Basically, he paid me to mentor me and so I really felt like I came out on the on the better side of that deal. Am I love that you said that he paid you to mentor you and what you be like you said a minute ago when you lend somebody money, they pick up the phone and it's such a great point now. So if you're listening to the show and you maybe have some extra cash lying around and you want to get into the business, I'm not saying every single person in the world is trustworthy right? Of course not. But if you find the right person and you become their private lender. or their heartland or whatever like you get to learn from them as they do their deal, they'll they'll talk to you. So it's a great great way to get started if you've got a guy that cash. So what happened next then you bought, you know you lent this guy the money, and now you're in the game a little bit you're filling if you got a little momentum going so and then somebody told you that you know the same guy, right you said that said, if you can just jumped to commercial, you just skip residential which I don't think it's a bad. It's not bad advice at all and so that what you did, it was a different guy was actually just okay. He's I went down immediately afterwards, introduce myself and took him out to lunch and I still there little office that's for sale across from the high school I really like to buy it I had no idea I didn't really WanNa, buy it I just I called the guy got all the numbers run on it between the time I met him at the Lunch date I went and found in actual commercial project bring him I. Knew it was going to be garbage but I just wanted to real deal to talk about run numbers. So I spent the owner really wanted to sell this. So the owner spent a long time on the phone with me tell me all the announced, the properties area, the price of when they had expected out when they were going to build it. So I went an armed with as much information as a beginner could be armed with went into this lunch meeting and it ended up not being a very good deal and not a good fit for me at that time. But that conversation was really valuable. And then. You point after point after point that I just got to know that. Everything you're saying I want to stress this because this is so important. A lot of people will say, can I take a mentor to lunch or coffee or whatever, and they do that, and then they get there and they sit down with the person who like so you know how's it going? How do you like real? You know what? What's new I love that you said that you brought it you wouldn't found something to bring them that you had a topic something. You can specifically ask questions about and then you're GONNA learn from your Exhau-. So this is what the income says it is and he's going to be like well, that's what they say it has been reality you gotTa Make Come And you're like Oh yeah. Good Point. You write that down now you don't even know to ask that question he knew to ask that question right? So because you brought something to talk about man, it's such an amazing point that rather than just a random meeting with somebody, bring them a deal bring deal to discuss with them. And don't. I, say, can I pick your brain? That is literally the opposite of what Brandon just describe dry pick your brain is very general i. don't know I don't even know what I'm asking I'm just trying to hope if I talk to you enough whatever's inside your head get in mind as opposed to specific direction that I want this to go I know what questions I need to get answered. That just tells the person you want to talk to if it's a good use of their time or not. So, good and at that point I decided I wanted to start a wholesaling business right the the low hanging fruit and I I knew that it was going to be difficult tons of cold calling tons of hustle. I didn't really think I was cut out for that but I, I need some more cash to get my pile up so that I can go do these commercial deal. So I wanted an office because I was Gonna I was Gonna hit it big right so That was why I hit on this office I could run a little closet in my own stays in Bill I can't rants we tried to rent for four months when we got to Salt Lake for months is all it lasted and so I immediately went to go get an office I'm going to come by by the whole building I just not cut out for it. So that was that was kind of the nexus of where all of these things were coming together but. To the class on how to do lease options and my parents that are sold their houses, doing receptions when I was growing up. But I would see a lot of stress and frustration when the person that they would put in there didn't pay the rent or the mortgage for that month. My parents didn't have a good reserve to be able to do that and they would be freaking out like how are we supposed to Maurice Manera late again, and it just wasn't. It seemed like a great way for an extra stream of income but I didn't think the way that they were doing. It was bringing a lot of peace in Pasaden- come into their lives, and so I thought I love this lease option idea. But I'M GONNA go out and learn how to do it correctly with the emergency fund in place and with the correct legal documents in the marketing had do background screenings on the tenants as though that's when I decided I was going to do this lease option. I'm wholesaling on get this office, and during that time we had some close to us who has been was laid off and he had been out of work for a year and their house houses in default. And people will call her and say honey, what can we do? How can we help and she say I duNNo, give my husband a job like find us a rental the Lynn. We have late mortgages in our credit shot like nobody believe rent to us. It May, by my house and I said, are you serious because? I know some people I can ask I can buy your house. Can. You really should I I don't know. Let me go figure now. And so I call people I knew and they gave me some ideas and I presented her a couple of auctions ended up taking that house subject to the mortgage. I put in at least option renter into it that was in Louisville Kentucky and they are the best tenants I've ever had I just met him for the first time last weekend actually out of town for that conference I flew into Louisville and spent the day with them. They just been so great. I decided instead of asking me to get their own mortgage I'm just GonNa, wrap refinance at rap the. Mortgage to him because there's such, there's such great tenants that was my first investment home. I reinstated the mortgage my help that person move out of that house and get them into a rental and just did what they needed to do to get moved on with their lives, and then that paid for the class that I took on Hannity lease options. That's that's awesome. Now would you you mentioned quite a few industry specific terms they're like wholesaling these options subject to can you explain to the audience who's listening one what at least option is and then maybe to what scenarios? A lease option is a better fit than a standard rental contract not to be fair. I didn't know what any of these things were either when I first started I knew my parents were not selling their houses to people who just came with the mortgage. I didn't know what that was called. So the lease option is when you sell your house to somebody who's going to come in and rent it and you give them an option to purchase that house at a later date at a pre specified price. So maybe up slightly over market value because they're gonNA buy one. To two years and you get to choose the term you between you and the renter they're going to pay you rent each month and maybe or maybe not they might give you a little credit. You might give them a little credit that goes towards other down payment each month sometimes you do sometimes you don't depends on the strength of the renter in how their background check comes up. It's just a little bit of a deeper look into their background than you do for normal renter we use a service that gives them some credit and mortgage counseling on top of the criminal. Background check and the credit check and just make sure that we are communicating I require them to buy a home warranty and they're in charge most of the maintenance on the house unless it's large enough that we need to take out a homeowner's. Claim against it as we get them in there and they have won two years however long agree on to perform on that option and the option expires You can just keep renting it to him if you want to. But usually you'll want to build into the contract. If the option expires anyone to renew that the House Crisis GonNa go up by say two percent and the rent's GonNa go up by one or two percent because otherwise they think that ten years down the road that by the House for what it was worth you know when when they first signed so. Those are the kinds of provisions that I took that class because I needed to know some of those also have the right legal paperwork. So we took that tune attorney's office who closed with a title company, and we actually recorded their interests against against the house in the county records so that they knew I wouldn't just go sell it out from under them because then they would lose whatever money that they had built up into that. That's that's cool. Let me jump in real quick real quickly I. Want I WANNA make sure people know if they're listening to this like lease options and wholesaling and subject to you mentioned the all that stuff just. So people if you're listening, it's going I don't understand what it is I wish they'd spend two hours explaining that like first of all understand that this is like a gym tour, we're walking Jim going. Here's all the cool stuff at your disposal. You can lift with this thing and the thing but nobody expects when you walk through a gym to know every single thing, you still have to show up to the gym multiple times, which means go read the books, go search bigger pockets for this stuff like these are really really powerful strategies that can be great especially getting star without any cash. All three of those are really interesting strategist for that but again, books on of this podcast on it so i. I always know wherever we talk about stuff. That's like really like the creative stuff people are like, well, they're not explaining every single. Like you tell me what you told the attorney on the third meeting with the attorney. This is Jim tour. So anyway with that. Sad. So if you're freaking out right now because you don't understand every piece, that's okay. It's all right. Take a breath then learn. I wanted to say I took a class. Yeah. Because this is complicated stuff and you don't have to take a class I'm usually more of a self taught person. But because of the legal implications of doing a deal like this, I really wanted to make sure that I had the ducks in a row and so I did a couple of those that. First Year and just realized that I wasn't really cut out for it is too much volume on not into the volume of stay wholesaling where you find a deal and you sell it to somebody else and you take a little spread in between you have to do a lot of those because if you're only making ten ground from each deal, how many of Those you have to do a year to replace your income us at the hustle. So I was more after the past income you know where the financially independent retire early husband his W.. Two was our goal and things like wholesaling or being in an intermediary in lease optioning other people's houses just was not getting towards that goal even though it was helping me. Make some money. I just I. Really, I really realized that was distracting me for my passive income goals I. Love that you recognize this strategy does not fit for my personality and my goals 'cause there are some people that the opposite is true. They need a hustle they love the chase they get addicted like they'll always be needing some kind of work but. Maybe, wholesaling where they get ten to fifteen grand, a pop is actually exciting to them and it gets them out of bed every morning and they're like, this is so much better than my salary job where it didn't matter what I did I didn't make anything but you knew yourself and Brandon and I talk about the Salat, you have to know your goals. And your personality and pick the strategy that aligns with those as opposed to just saying why hurt somebody else this at worked sounds better than what I'm doing and you jump in and do it and you're rea- story that you started operate said you get exposed to a little bit of everything kind of gave you what you needed to recognize. This is something. That I would enjoy doing brandon you agree yeah. Can I double down on my analogy from earlier? I'm taking your analogy role today the analysist role you're ready for this. This is good. Is it about tour? It's like going to the gym right? If you were to go to the gym and they're like, this is the bench press this is what you need. To do every single time you're here, this is the squad machine I want you to do this. What like you didn't have looking maybe like the guy who's given you the tour but that might be not the best approach for you the line with your with your goal that doesn't align with your personality or what you like doing, and so again it's like. I. Think. The Gym is a perfect example of this people are just doing a thing because they heard it on a podcast some went to a seminar and it said you should be doing wholesaling. You're a Newbie you should be doing wholesaling and they just do not like that and they just they just not good at it and have it also for. And I'll go deeper with the gym tour who when you're talking about a chest exercise, there's many different kinds. There's a standard bench, there's inclined bench there's a declined bench, there is a butterfly machine there's there's weight you can do butterfly stuff with they all deal with the specifics of how you want your chest to look right some of the deals that. Emma here has mentioned are things like subject to which are very specific strategies that we use for overall financing like financing would be chest and subject to is something you use within that? Okay. So don't get caught up if feel like Oh, this is too complicated for me. I don't understand subject to it just doesn't make sense to me you'd probably don't. Even, need to address that until you've been working your chest out for a year and you say, okay, I want to tweak it. Then a little way most people just need to go to the gym. You don't have to understand the intricacies of every single machine that's there like just get in there and sweat, and it's better than if you didn't go. DOWN ON THAT ANALYSIS Show up to the gym would be very strategic about the personal trainers that you hire me. I'm a achieved skate when I say I paid for a class. That's a big deal for me. I am all about one, hundred, fifty dollars a year Ria I'm all about learning for free bigger pockets. But when you hire somebody to get you some help I, didn't know what is subject to mortgage was I called the guy that I took the least option class I I said Hey I've got this situation there's a house that fell in my lap I'm trying to do something what would you do a well I take Mortgage Blah Blah I didn't know what he was talking about. He almost had to fill out the documents for me. Make sure that you've got some people on your team who know what they're doing. So the loaned money to was a great mentor on slipping and it was a great way for I don't like flipping and I don't WanNa do that and the guy who was doing the lease options while it ended up not I'm not saying least options ended up not being a good fit for me because there is a story may remind me back to that later in the commercial where. That ended up becoming very handy, but the volume of lease option the residential was not a good fit but he got me into that I deal because I took this class I knew who to call when I had a situation come up and help me salvage. He helped me Solomon a creative way. So get the personal trainer that doesn't mean you have to spend a thousand million ZILLION dollars on the best trainer on the planet be strategic about who you bring in there with you. Know who to call when you've got a situation. That's really good. Well. I. Tempted to four two four x analogy here. But I will move on. Hey. Let's take a quick break from this episode will continue in just a moment but first, let's hear word from our sponsors. Somaliland was Kinda crazy right now with my kids and my life, my real estate and all the things I'm to do and I used to read a ton of books especially nonfiction books but I don't have much time anymore. That is why I love and iconic recommend an APP called blinking. 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You don't contractors and and I knew that there are a lot of bad ones that I knew what I was looking for in the ones that ended up in. Good. So I figured out just ask for his card. So we chatted in the parking lot for a little while and he start calling me almost every day couple times a week. Do you have OUSEBA conflict? So, flip houses, but she said he wanted to make me look at flipping houses I maybe I don't know he bugged me for six weeks and finally a fine go find a house that we can flip and so I, my email and got all the wholesaler emails that have been coming through because every time you go to a rea- new sign in the wholesaler start emailing you stuff Sali's deals are coming into your inbox. I didn't know if they were good deals I didn't know how to really read my numbers I knew spreadsheets from business school and all that but I didn't know how to evaluate these deals is beyond bigger. On, the deal evaluator trying to figure out hide no idea and I said, look all line up a couple of property tours will go look at him and he picked me up in his truck and he drove me from North Salt Lake through all his properties one day to South Salt. Lake's all day with me. He was so excited, and if he hadn't been hammering at me every single day I'd never ever would have done that. So about Thanksgiving we found this wholesales flip. when I walked upstairs, there was a duplex in the attic and I said Oh this is this is a rental when I started figuring out I knew one percent rule things is this gonna be a great investment and he started immediately fired off like zone US costs twenty, five thousand dollars to Rehab and. So I put an offer on it. We bought it. I called up the guy that had my money lent out to, as hey, can use any like thirty grants dumping on this duplex. So he, he replaced that money. And I went bought that duplex and then my I got hard money loan for the rest of it. We remodeled it puts renters into it immediately refinanced it. So it's kind of partial birth. So there's another term that I learned from your pockets. So I guess the point of this lot youtube videos spent a lot of time on bigger pockets spent a Lotta time at urea annual. You'll learn these things exist. This is my first Bir-. I didn't get all my money back out IT'S IN PROVO UTAH. which I don't know if you know anything about this area, pros second fastest growing city in the country dot counties the fastest growing county in the country i. knew this thing would appreciate gangbusters but I, knew I wasn't gonNA be able to get all my money out in refinance. There's Kaley a little bit behind. So we did that got my duplex super proud of myself. I got property in Provo Utah Heard. Buddy. This is like my second second property. I just closed that one Louisville couple months before. And I had the fire light go find another one because he was excited to. Let's go find another one. So I found that saint wholesaler brought me another one not far from there. It was a dump it was a disaster I was originally going to flip it but I found out hats on Dacian issues that I didn't WanNa fix and as I'm just going to lease option this one and will affects foundation later, it would basically kicking the football down the field a little to fix. It Foundation before they closed on mortgage so couldn't find anybody who wanted to buy it. Online auction site is rented it out. It was not ready to go the subcontractor really dropped the ball, the guy who wanted to rent it was a contractor I said look I'll just hire you to finish it. He paid me his rent separately. Don't ever higher your tenants to do the work or give them trade in rent to do work never never never he paid his rent and the my paid him. Gun numerous I've never worked for me never does so I hired him to basically finish the Rehab on that. So he moved into with no bathroom no nothing and he managed that like a project and I paid him completely separately from the rent that was coming in. So that ended up working out really well, he's really made that his home he not recently called and said actually, WanNa buy this do you still want to at least option thing I said sure as I. Need to save up some down payment is look you fix foundation August for no down payment. So these are creative things that you can do working our way through that right now that's cool. So the next deal that I did it was I found through a wholesaler I don't you might want to do this one for the deep dive because this one has a as a fun story gives a high over. If you did you did a wholesale is what you're saying, right? I found seller. Yeah following through with the wholesaler. But since I kept showing up to meet the seller, I eventually just bought it directly from him. Held it on a lease option and just rap that mortgage to the current buyer, and that was beyond the burn not only have my money back out of it but I've made a bunch of money on top of it has a huge spread. So that was a really fun story. There's no reason we have to do the deep dive at the end of the show. So why don't we just do it right now account for the deal deep dive. Did, you know that every twenty six seconds, there's a break in in America. That's why with simplisafe home security, you can protect your rentals around the clock with serious lasting protection and all it takes is thirty minutes to set up. You'll even get a free security camera when you order today more on that in a second look, some of the best parts about simplisafe are that there are no hidden fees, complicated setups or installation cost simply safe feature. On, arsenal of sensors and security systems that can fully blanket your entire house and rentals keeping you and your tenants safe. 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It is the city of South Salt Lake. which that is relevant to the story because South Salt Lake is notoriously difficult to deal with on zoning changes because they have a lot of commercial industrial properties and they're very protective of their residential properties until that fed into this story so I found it from a wholesaler. Same wholesaler about the other two also from. And he sent me to go look at it when I showed up nobody was there and he called him he said Oh you know we're not to do it. He pulled out but I've standing there on the front porch in the owners like who, what are you doing so I introduced myself which added ended up not being really good plan I said, well, when do you need to move out check up with you a couple of months and see if it's better fish so a couple of months later that was probably January I think a. We earlier, December? So I call him maybe in January called the wholesaler and I said he saw that deal under crushing now lost it another wholesaler. Picked it up. and. He's a, let me put you in touch with them. So I called the other wholesaler I never met him before I've never talk to him again sense and he's yeah, we're doing a showing on Thursday or whatever. So I. Show on Thursday nobody's there. I knock on the door the homeowner opens the door and he recognizes me as. You get. What are you doing here as here to look at the house he said, no, we're not selling. We got a big argument ripped up the contract and I sit so backup text the guy was Oh, I'm so sorry we council the showing distance you're not mailing list. You. Didn't get the notification and I forgot that I told you. So we didn't text me some standing there and this guy's sports again. And at this point I said, well, this is getting ridiculous. I said, do you want to sell your house when you move out? What do you need for it and we talked for a long time like two hours again, this is the second time and finally he was so burned and so skittish he finally allowed me to sign the contract and add to take out the fact that I had to take out the assignment clause and promised him that we would close on this house ourselves. We would not assigned to anybody else. He was very skittish so I ended up going in and we closed it. And with a one, hundred percent, hard money loan saw had to pay the points up front that I. Borrowed from a cash advance on a credit card. It will I was very I was in the middle of that Rehab with the POWs of the bad foundation and everything's going bad on did not have any cash I'd actually paid cash for that House I didn't have anything leftover. So this cash advance on a credit card is what got me into this third one. Got In and I I ran all the numbers I thought it was GonNa flip it what I needed to spend on the flip was the same amount that it would have sold for on the cops like sixty thousand dollars in Italy sulphur another sixty thousand dollars that's not worth doing. To. Vajna for like what was that? Five hundred, fifty, five, thousand, and I thought that it would only sell for three ten rehabbed turns out mccombs for really really wrong. So the we come out the couple of different people help me I hate doing cops so I definitely asked people to help. And then. I decided that I was going to convert it back into a duplex 'cause I discovered from the owner that used to be a duplex so I go down to the city. Not, in a continuous duplex used it converted it you can't have it back. It's grandfathered in I. Would have to be grandfathered in I said, well, there's a twelve plex down the road. So they belt that before zoning changed absolutely not your what if I subdivide the lot but another house behind it was this huge lot because no, it's not wide enough for two driveways. So they just every turn they were just making it very difficult. So then I tried to buy the house next door 'cause it was being condemned could never get a hold of the guy thought by. That combine and turn it into four lots. Every creative option I end the whole time. I was trying to hold tale it with at least option finance just mowed the lawn I hired a painter painter. So money for me this is why I really learned how to manage contractors. Don't ever pay a deposit and put them on a schedule of payments. Make sure they do their work and demo before they get paid. So that was the lesson I learned there. So handed hiring a different painter. Got It done. and. Had Out. Somebody come into lease option it. They were so excited about this house and then right before we're supposed to close she calls me and says, her grandma died in Puerto Rico since they were the wealthiest people in the family, it was their responsibility to fly. To Puerto Rico and pay for the funeral so they didn't have. downpayment money. I. Was devastated because now sitting here, I've hard money on this thing, right? Clock's ticking. So I ended up just putting on the market with a realtor and I said. Just, sell it. However, we can write and I said I'm really opened a seller financing lease options. Let's be creative said to get it somebody who's not just gonNA come with the mortgage we need overprice it a little. That was a mistake that we made try to sell her financially suction our personal homes because that was always we always tried was we price at market value as coming? With, mortgage and snap it right up and keep it. But I learned in that class you've priced at a little over market people who wanna get deal can bring a mortgage or not GonNa buy it but people looking seller financed deal are willing to pay a little bit more because they're willing to deal on terms. So we overprice it a little bit we got an offer in. From a contractor. so He loved that it was a project a whole type of Project Hotel means that you pick it up at wholesale price in instead of flipping it you just turn around and sell it on the MLS for what it's worth because it's worth more than what you paid for it even if he didn't do anything to it, so he came in about it on a lease option for us and moved in, and he wanted a fixer upper that he could do himself. As I said, you can't do anything to it for six months until we can do the right mortgage. So a the appraisal came back at three thirty. I I said, why? How did how did I not know that it was worth this much. All the were telling me that we can only sell for three ten if we rehabbed it and this came back at three thirty as is way way off and I don't really know still don't really know how that happened how. Hard money lender, own realtor friends. We're way off what this appraisal came in at. So he ended up giving us like three twenty eight for it and gave a little down payment lease optioned it six months set up the escrow account to handle the payments. He's getting a little credit n last June he gives him another down payment and we went and rapped the mortgage to him to the company transferred title, and then he continued to pay his down payment in chunks for a couple months after that and so what ended up with was getting cashed out of that at like seventy thousand dollars spread on the purchase. Price and then between the chunks down payment, he gave me I'm completely cashed deal. I'm holding the note on it for ten years. All right. Let me digging a little bit here. So first of all, we know how you found the pro we we know where it's at and what it was we now you've found it, we know how much you paid for it with two fifty five I'm curious negotiation with that was a cool story. So the funding part is where I'm getting a little bit confused here or long because goes. So you bought the property you said with with hard money that what you said you the hundred percent. Loan. All right. To pay the points upfront. Okay. So you paid like you gotTa loan you pay these big fee to harboring lender inharmonious typically pretty short term, right? So. What so how did you go from that? Did you go then actually after the guy you wouldn't found a mortgage on it at that point. That part yes, we had we had to refinance. So we had the other house, the the little, the little house that was meal con- other contractor was fixing up was in the middle of a refinance, and so we're their personal names. We couldn't do was causing problems both at once. So it was very, very stressful. So we put him in there on hard money. The new mortgage that we got would not allow seen a mortgage on until we signed a lease. So he actually moved in the House on hard money, and as soon as I had the sign, a lease I immediately went in for the refinance and that took. That took a little while maybe another two months after that, they didn't need the seasoning look back of the six months. So I made sure I found a lender that would do the refinance right away rather than making me own it for six months that's oftentimes stumbling block. You haven't hard money on it for six to twelve months before Leonard will even look at. It. So find a lender that will will do short period of ownership or doesn't have a seasoning requirement. So we got that mortgage in place announced one one of the reasons I made them wait. So long before I wrap it because I had to get it refinance and then we had to let that season and then we could go back and do a rap on it. Okay, that's cool. So you now you gotta normal mortgage on it then he comes in and pays you and you basically do a a rapper yo you have a mortgage and then he you head on our financing. For you but it's better for him because he's getting he's getting the wraparound mortgage better terms than what he might have been able to give himself because. With assumption is you have better credit. You have a better ability to get a better loan on the house. Is that right? Yeah, and he's self employed. He's contractor and he couldn't get any mortgage and so again, I ran him through my very detailed screening process with the mortgage counseling. I knew exactly what I was dealing with. It's not like you go out and do these. You'd be sellers, willy? Nilly. You have to. You have to be pretty pretty thorough about the way that you know that they can perform. And to get a little deeper if you're gonNA, do this more than once or twice near subject to the same laws as a mortgage lender is so you can't be going out and being a shark and putting people in these homes that can't perform on the financial obligations bet amount you gotta make sure that they know what they're signing. So we're very careful about that. How did you deal with the the whole due on sale clause for those who don't know like mortgages? The deal doing sale that if you sell it like to somebody else they could ask you they could make you pay back the loan. Did you have that note do just not worry about that? Do you have a backup plan like how how do you deal with that? And they all have that in their I've found that if you don't Wanna get called on the due on sale, don't use a small community bank. They actually will do audits and they'll look back and say wait person on title doesn't match person on the loan in they'll call it. So if it does get called have a backup plan you need to have some cash in place in a he lock or life insurance policy or somewhere where you can stash and cash that if you need to come in and pay this off quickly. Or have a relationship with the hard money lender. That's what it came to go back to that same hard money lenders I. got this no got called I need to pay it off right away his points, and then I would go figure something else out to get new financing on it because with hard money at least I wouldn't lose lose the house so I used a larger bane. That I knew was going to sell the loan to an even larger bank and so the due on sale doesn't really ever get looked at in those situations. Yeah. Okay I haven't I haven't heard of it happening too often it's one of those it's a risk it's something that could happen You said if you have a backup plan, it's not it's not We're not lawyers here but my understanding I'm sure you agree it's not it's not illegal to do it. It's simply in there right if you do it then the Bacon say, well, we don't want to lend it. We we want to call that do now and so it's just it's a condition of the contract and you say, okay, well, all I'm willing to risk. It's their right to call it, and if they do like, you said, have a backup plan. So we been practical standpoint that is more likely to happen when interest rates are going up lately they've just been going down. So the bank doesn't want to call a note. Do and then have to lend that money out at a cheaper rate what they gave it at. But if that changes than we could definitely see more of these do on sale classes being called and that that is a risk but I didn't have him how the prepayment penalty and so if need be, he can go get a refinance a lot more easily than he can get a purchase loan even being self employed as if I come and say, Hey, I've got on hard money I need you to go and get a refinance press really hard while I'm working hard on my end that's also part of the backup plan. To. All right. So this whole deal you end up here, you giving you a big down payment bunch of your cash. So now you you basically you're you have. No money left in at this point or yeah, I'm positive money on. Continues to pay me because it's one of those deals that patient on the front end patient in the Middle Page you monthly and it might pay me on the back end when he does it in ten years or whenever he refinances at get another chunk of cash from the equity that still in it. Very. Very cool. All right. So last question on this, what lessons did you learn from the steel overall? Don't pay your contractor. I've learned that deal. Less than many times as well. All right. So, what. So after this end of the deep dive you know what? What came method? Where are you at today? It's it's going to go to the end of your story. What are you doing now? What's what your thing and where do you see yourself headed? Well a couple months after that I bought another triplex as a turnkey triplex at a little bit of money left and so I got that I've just self managing that that's pretty easy. Doesn't even have a fun story behind it. So got that. So we had those eight units and then that city I bought the triplex in was near my husband's hometown and I knew I wanted to invest in Idaho. It's hot it's great cashflow hybrid appreciation model, our market, and we on facebook somebody from the rea-. She said Hey I'm selling fifty unit apartment complex in the same town. I just bought that triplex like we just closed that month right? And I said, sure I'll take a look at it. There might be some stellar financing available. I know what I was doing any care because I knew people from the rea- who said that they wanted to do apartment complexes I knew exactly the people I was GONNA call. So I get this they're crappy spreadsheet through really rinky-dink took a look at it. I said this actually looks like. A pretty good deal. I know three ratios right gas on gas return. I, know raid internal rate of return and one percent. That's it. That's all I know. But it looked like a good deal from that. So I sent it to Guy I knew who was a spreadsheet Geek and dropped it in his monster and send it back to me is that this is a really good deal. I think I can raise the capital for it if you are thinking about partnering on it Yes if you're gonNA go raise the capital I, don't know how to do that. Right that's a whole nother field out there. That was the thing that I didn't know anything about. Another part of the gym. That's like the the room like the spinning class. That's like like intimidating but you're like I could learn it but man i. Got Invite me into that spinning class because it makes me feel weird. He grew up in Salt Lake from old respected Salt Lake family. So he had connections that I've not have. So when he said, he'd go raise the capital for it and he really wanted to split the work and as that just became, that could be a deep dive bill on its own. That's at six months to close. We ended up taking over management before we close on kind of a master lease, which is again, another word for at least option owner recycled you guys can't closes thing I'm sick of it. You gotta take over so we hired our own manager. Put in place we started rehabbing it before we closed on. We had so much hard earnest money in that being there is no way we're going to let it go and not close. So we took over management of that in September twenty nineteen just closed nine February of twenty twenty. That's how long it took and I found it in May of twenty nineteen. So we have rehab thirty of those fifty apartments were way ahead of schedule and the month that we closed on February I found another apartment complex in little rock. Arkansas has another funny story they all funny stories. there. Yeah. Yes. It's like a creative financing creative approaches. They all have a story behind Aminul have a lot of lessons learned. So I put that thirty four units under contract in Little Rock in January and we all know what happened the first week of March radio. So I lost all my investors like the coronavirus. In this, we don't know what's going on we got to. Preserve capital. So they all pulled out and so I called the owner and I said Hey I need some time. Put this together I can't get a loan on it I, need to raise more money for it. So I started over from square run raising more capital on facebook I'm Linden just put it out there like, Hey, I got the steel who was partner on it. And couldn't couldn't get alone and so I went back to the seller and said Hey Mr Seller. There's this thing called a lease option and you WanNa do that on your apartment complex and he was like, okay. So we bought that apartment complex in June, basically on a lease option and because I had done it a couple of times and taking a class the new I was doing I was able to save that deal using creative financing and it never occurred to me that I would want to buy something on a lease option because I thought. That was a distress fire. They can get a mortgage will here I was distressed by our couldn't get a mortgage. So I bought that on a lease option in June and we rehabbed about ten of the apartments and then in June I went to a retreat and told these stories to some people there and a couple of months a couple of weeks later, one of them called me music. Hey, I found a piece of land in downtown Salt Lake gets in an opportunity we can turn on the warehouse, put up a sixty unit highrise apartment complex. That sounds cool. You know what you mean. He goes I don't have any large family experience you partner on it and I said sure he was the general contractor. So get build it but he didn't know how to do property manager stabilization lease up any of that stuff and I said I'm I'm there. So I found a guy who could underwrite it. He done commercial development before we made a little team in and we close on that one. January. So it's again goes back to networking, learning how to run the numbers on your deals knowing who to call when you have something I if you'd asked me in six months ago if you're build a high-rise downtown and that's Crazy. But the funny thing about that here's where it comes full circle by rebranded away from the lease option business I named my business highrise because it was about US rising higher together through real estate and what two months later somebody comes to me and says, let's build a high-rise this manifestation you put it out there I thought it was a little bold My company have skyscrapers this as the logo, but then look what happened and the guy, the broker who saw is selling us that piece of land slowing us at project is the guy from the Ria from the very first rea- who said if you can skip residential uncle straight commercial, you should do it oh so. It all comes around if you just know the right people to call, you know who talk to you will have opportunities come if you just keep learning who people are and keep learning how to recognize a good deal, you can put it together and just be creative on this whole thing with six kids at home and doing the whole corona they in school right now like how do you? What's that like? How do you manage that much of a business like with six kids at home I just did a podcast interview where when he found out I had six kids even homeschooling for about ten years so Not. Your home schooling your kids in addition to building a massive empire like the mask. Mask nuts. I. Well, that's why that energy really just wet left. We ended up not even really talking about real estate because all we talked about was how to run your life in simplify your life so that you can focus on your real estate we talked about homeschooling, House. Just time management delegation in that, and so I don't home school in Traditional Way I. Don't do anything the tradition as so I I'm all about like Tim ferriss cutting corners being efficient like how can we do is in the least amount I'm lazy. I don't WanNA wholesale in Hustle obviously I'm going to home school that way either. So we're very creative. We associate we just put ourselves right in the mix and meet people who are doing it in a way that's very clever creative outside the box and extremely efficient so that we can get more done in the same amount of time. Bill Gates had a quote that was like, I always look for my most important jobs to give to the laziest people 'cause they'll figure out how to get it done. The fastest is out. That's unfamiliar. I actually quoted that on that other better because people say like Oh, how do you so much done? Well, first of all, you don't do it all that we had. How do you? How do you get it all done I? Don't do it all super late. I don't know how you can be a mom of six kids I said well, not very well. You you let things go things thaw thing you just have to learn how to. had a focus on what's really important and stop trying to control every little bit of thing in your life because that is asking for heart attack. All right. So two things first of all, what was that other show people want to listen to an out already is coming out. It'll be winning souls, the syndication show of the real estate syndication show and that's on. November second. Little Life. Hacks to get more done in less time. Very cool. I love those type of shows anyway, very, very cool and the second thing is, have you heard of the book the what's called the five our school week have you heard of that that? What's called David? I think. Errands Book and the book the our school. Okay. You've heard that one yet I heard him interview on your podcast, and so I went and looked him up and I nine now facebook air quotes friends with him. Clue who I am. But yeah, he he homeschool again that Berry efficient great way. We're even a little more free form than he is, but I joined a his wife's group in. If. You're if you definitely she's got it going on like if you need some help there definitely reach out there Aaron Kaleen other like good people just find when you're explain the four hour workweek and how you apply that to a home school and I was like that's exactly Aaron. That Aaron cleaner definitely. All right, very, very cool. man I. Just talk for hours, but we gotta get this thing moving onto last question. I have before move onto the famous four. What do you need right now on your business what can our users or listeners or members bring to you to help you out in your in your world? I am really looking to a scallop very quickly financial independent retire. Early, we're looking to get out of the W. to my husband is in right now and I would like to take on so much larger projects I worked very well with people who are new looking for some mentoring. So if you've got a deal especially a large commercial deal that you don't know what to do. Or you're looking to play some capital with somebody who will be that mentor to you walk you through and give you. The passenger seat view of how these deals work I would love to talk to you. That's my favorite thing to do I always end up teaching no matter what I do I always and turning around and teaching it. It's just I can't. I can't help but I love it. That's awesome. All right well with that style let's head over to the last segment of the show. It's our famous. Our. This is the famous for the part of the show react the same four questions every week before we ask questions to you Emma let's hear what's going on this week over on the bigger pockets podcast network. Hey, it's Ashley from the Real Estate Rookie and on last week's episode we had Joe Roberts and Steve Rosenberg on Joe One twenty thousand dollars at the last bigger pockets conference to buy a property Steve Rosenberg is guiding him through the whole process of doing an out of state deal. So makes you go back and listen all right with that. Let's get to the famous four question number one, you have a favorite real estate related book. I've dreading this question. I don't really read real estate books. So, twenty years ago I read Rich Dad Poor Dad. Last year, I read the book on Real Estate Property Management by the sky was his name again talking about me. Yes skill, God. Am I my husband bought it and he listened to the Audio Book version and now he's off did you do this or do that? So I had to listen to that one to defend myself because suddenly the guy who's not even in my businesses all up in my face about higher business I read about one last year and the one that I'm working on right now it's an e book actually it's the lead magnet that my partner on my Little Rock Property John Sober dead. It's foul how to underwrite multifamily properties and that he is a spreadsheet animal cell reading if you need to learn how to underwrite properties. Go Get that yearbook and he has a spreadsheet that you can download an more complicated when purchased and so that that one getting through right now I do know how to underwrite multifamily properties, but he takes it to a whole new level. So I'm really trying to up making their yeah I love having those people in your life like I've I've walker like Walker meadows my like underwriter slash vp of acquisitions, and like I just love those people like they like I can underwrite but he can underwrite right I think it's like different like yeah. Yeah. Being able to do it and liking. Yes. Since a great but it feels light for Walker to work whereas we could do it but it feels heavy. Yeah. Yeah. That's it. All right. Next Question David Greene. What's your favorite business book? Crucial. Conversations, Kerry. Patterson hands down best but I don't think it's just a book I. Think it should be a human book. If you are a human over the age of about ten, you read this book I, have it on my shelf I haven't ready but now I'm in l.. Bioterror. GotTa. Read it saw along with that. I would say non violent communication by Marshall, Rosenberg? It was basically what taught me how to stop trying to control everyone everything that people are their own people and crucial conversations gives you the tools to go into the how to actually have non violent communication. So my son was diagnosed with autism when he was eighteen just last year. So we knew for a long time his whole life that wasn't quite right but he has kind of autism that makes him argue complain a his his withdrawal is to is to to get out of doing social things is to to yell and Complain Argue, and so he really forced up to step up. Our game to be better parents, and so I read this book off of the Personal Nba Book List saw this has got to help me right it was like changing it will it will prove your relationships like I said with my son it will preview business negotiations it will improve your ability to communicate on any number of topics and the reason I like it as a business book because they basically boil these skills down to the high achievers they were interviewing in the business world. The CEO's when they're trying to find out what they all had in common. It was this this set of communication skills. So if you have to, you have to read it. Yeah cool awesome. Okay when you're not raising six kids and building roasted empire what are some of your hobbies? I am one of those people who has a thousand nominees if it is a hobby on doing it like I call my kids and music lessons that I sit in the room while they're doing it night Keaton. Take lessons with them I come home practice get on Youtube. So like play the piano learned to play guitar we learned how to sing a couple of years ago. I. Played Rugby for a while. I really love all just anything any knitting like I said knitting in the remaining I just I love hobbies that right now. Or really getting into is with the whole Pasaden-. Come sing is I just decided I wanted to go hike the Appalachian trail. I knew somebody who did it? And I was asking how they did it and how they rearranged their lives to be able to do it and take that furlough from work and I thought you know what? This passive income thing we should do that I don't want to do an Ironman or new the hard wake up at five in the morning crazy stuff. But for whatever reason, this Appalachian trail got into my brain even though it's going to suck worse in an iron man I think, but it doesn't care. It's I just can't get out of my head. So we're just starting to hike around salt. Lake. Giner kit together. That's our. That's our new hobby, and now that the winter is coming were we're buying some snow shoes like it's just I. Love Hobbies I love creating things, alluring things, I'm all about it. Very cool. Very cool. Are you take your family on the Appalachian Trail? The the goal we're. GonNa we're GONNA ha that's GonNa. Look Him. It's GONNA be fierce but would there is a trail in Utah that we wanna through hike before that but we have our kids come and see us at the campsite every night or To sleep in her own bed on the weekends or something. Go. All right last question of the day from me what do you think separate successful real estate investors from those who give up fail or never get started real estate investing is ninety percent the belief that you can be successful and only about. Make less than ten percent, the nuts and bolts of the strategies, and so I think if you divided those people among those groups, people never get started are the ones who don't believe that they can do it. They don't know a thing or they don't think that they can be successful because they listen to their their in laws or they listen to their friends who tell him or they listen horror stories how I lost everything in two thousand, eight crash as little. Believe that they can do it I I started this. My family was very, very concerned. My sister called me and she said. I never want to be one of those people in your life that you disassociate yourself from because negative influence on us even though I don't know what you're doing. I don't understand it and I'm terrified for you I WANNA know they want you to know that I support you fully and I always want to be here for you because if you are trying to better yourself and move on into a different realm, I want to be here with you in for you. Who else has somebody say that to them? Most people don't have that kind of person in their lives and Soleil, don't believe that they can do it. They never start for the people who fail. It's usually because they don't have enough of the ten percent nuts and bolts they haven't learned enough about how to be creative how to be a problem solver has it guy that's what they do sell problems under fire? And then design assist around it, and then for the people in the middle who give up, it's usually a combination of those things. They don't quite believe it. They don't quite have enough of the tactics or the network or whatever, and so they can get started, but it's hard. They don't really have both ends of those tools and so they just kind of Peter out. Great answer your I don't think we're talking. We don't talk enough about the whole like just the belief like I'm. Such, a big believer in the the confidence is so important in knowing that believe in you can do I think is why podcast like this are helpful people like you know if Emma with six kids and you know moving across the country if she can do it like I can do it as well. I can figure this thing out and start to hear other people doing it that are just like them like, wow maybe I really can do this, and so this is why you're just getting started just if you did nothing over. The next six months I'm not saying you shouldn't do anything but if you didn't listen to podcasts for six months but you were consistent on listeners podcasts like or other real say podcast is listen to other people who are like you doing things like you'll. You'll gain such more clarity and confidence and momentum to be able to start really your own you know growing just as a person. So yeah, everybody here can do it. Every listeners can do it just you got to believe in yourself and you'll you'll you'll make it. So, this is why I don't read a lot of ton of real estate books finding I'm getting more up to date relevant information from podcasts Youtube reas by the time a book hits the Shelf sometimes it's just not applicable. So I do read the first thirty percent of a lot of books. And then move on. So but the podcast I think by and large, and that people are going to be the best education you can get. So. Good. All right. Wonderful. Last question of the day for people that want to know more about you where can they find out more about you? My website is high-rise dot group. So H. I., G. H. R. E. G. R. O. U. P. And I am Emma Powell twenty eight on facebook and linked in and also have a group on facebook about a dating service between. Passive investors in active investors a few either have a deal or you have money that you WANNA place. It's a place where you can get together and talk about whatever the SEC will allow you to talk about publicly just to meet people and figure out when you have deal who's funding it or if you have some funds who has a deal. Very cool. Well, this has been fantastic. Appreciate you being here today. Thank you. Thank you so much for having me this this has been really fun. So I really appreciate coming on here and just looking for all the people that you know that I'm GonNa meet through the podcast you guys have put up it's been life changing for me and just really proud to be a part of that. Thank you. All right that other show with Emma Powell fantastic I felt my head hurts a little bit just learning all that stuff today. But those are some of my favorite shows is when we really dive the topics, what do you think Digi? Yeah Emma, made it seem effortless didn't she? I mean she didn't make things but it wasn't this. Stressful terrible experience I mean I think this is a really really good road map for how to do it right. You know our five five or six Jim quick it just. Bring. It full circle and rabbit up what I think. The reason that is is because Emma showed up every day at the gym like she didn't know how to use any of the machines when she got there like she literally just showed up and ask questions was like, show me how to use that machine. Can you like? I'm not sure what to do next hey what's that room over there do I If you went to the gym every single day and just became part of the culture of the gym and talk to people and like started obsessing about it and I, don't mean that in a bad way. You would naturally just like almost almost effortless who effortlessly or at least the outside world it would feel like you just naturally became successful now because you're just showing up to the gym everything Dan. That's exactly what she did here. That's a great example. Soft nobody likes strangers I mean maybe like strangers but you're still little if you don't know what. Most of our that way. But when you see somebody all the time, even if you've never been introduced, there's a level of comfort familiarity that comes with that and second of all. If you're in the gym all the time, you know what everybody else's workouts look like you know who the spot you know who to emulate you know who wants encouragement, who makes eye contact with you and who wants to be left alone because they have their headphones in the brandon. That's a great point. If you just get in the gym at some point, someone's going to say, can you come spot me on this thing because they've seen you around enough they're going to start teaching you to work out. That's awesome man. All right. Well, with that said, we'd probably get Outta here have guys by the way have further questions on some of the in depth stuff we talked about today for example, wholesaling lease options subject to seller financing Burr is they're all topics you can go to bigger pockets anytime you want to and go search. There's little like. Glass upper right corner just search for that term you will find blog posts. podcasts all that stuff on there generally for free just like disco listen to it or read it or watch it or whatever you gotta do. Also I wrote a book a few years back called the book on investing in real estate with no and low money down, and in there I have a chapter on lease options and other one on wholesaling another one on burr another one on syndications and and and more and more, and so if you want to know more indepth stuff, if you want to read a book on it, go check out of that one. It's kind of a high level overview of all those topics. Especially, go really in depth on lease options in that book they're pretty cool. So check it out from library or from Amazon or bigger pockets DOT COM slash store. All right. Well, I'm. GonNa go. Go by the mobile home parks would have David anything fun. No I'm Resi right now I, caught a little bit of a bug over the weekend. So I'm just thinking. 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Boris Diaw on Traversing the Globe, Why the Suns Fell Apart, Guarding LeBron James, and Much More | Real Ones

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Murdoch here with roger goodell roger. We have great guest. I'm going to let you introduce his guests. But first this might be the i guess who color coordinates his shirts with his office. Chairs might be alleged on that alone. Tell us who the guest is roger. I think a lot about how to do this so first of all if from now on. When you hear like bogu you will forever associate. This is his name is known as circles as bobo bobo. Right we call him bo-bo one of the most talented players. I've ever played with hyper bali like one of the most talented gifted players i ever played with and one of my best and most favorite teammates have time. You never know. When he's going to pop up. It might be an apple store in lincoln rhode. You never know where you're going to see. Boris diaw boris boo boo welcoming. Doing good thanks for coming on with this man So where do i want to start man. Like i just wanna where where are you right now. So i'm in utah now. I've been back in salt lake city for like a couple days. So yeah you catch me at the at the right time. I was in france for the last couple of weeks. And i was in bama but three weeks ago here in panama. So when i first. When i first hit you and i was like look we want to get like. What are you doing. Can you hop on the pod Do you remember what your response to me was like right then. At that moment well have said like thursday. I can't because i'm crossing the canal or something like that. Yes you're crossing the panama canal. Can you explain like can you explain a little bit. Like i just want to go here first bars like so three years ago now right like i'm only road my youth basketball team we're grabbing lunch and i'm in the apple store and i see this kind of hulking figure like not the same size as the normal people walking around and and i'm like damn i i think i fucking know him. And it's borst so we sit down and boris begins like to tell me like what he's been up to and i'm telling him what i'm up to and you're like traversing the globe on your on your would you call it a yacht like what is it. It's a it's a catamaran sailboat rightly and says salvo a big big sailboat as big enough that it's comfortable to go around. Yes so talk to me about that. You just always wanted to sail boat or you were like look i. Yeah so far. When i was playing wanted. I was like okay when i retire. I do want to travel a lot because you know the season being long national team in the summertime and everything. You don't have much time. And i am a curious person. I like to go see. Visit discover places and different things different types of food different type of everything. So i was like i want to travel when i stop in so my reflection was that you know when you want to go and see many places but you have time on your hand because now you retire. You know you don't have to take a plane an quit go there and then stay for three days and leave like my as well doing on a boat and so looking around the world started you know. That was a the project started two years ago. Fire i don't know if i call you boo boba. I don't know if i can do that but more so all right so boop how. How does this work you. I've read some interviews. Where you go. Do you go for six months to a place. How does it work where you figure out. Do you have a home base. What the hell do you be doing. What goes on really so the idea what i says like i. I'm trying to be on the boat six months out of the year. But it's never like six months in a row so sometime month and i come back out. Come back to france. Goes the home base. The home base is the bolt is the place at spend most out of the year And spend a couple of months. In france i spent couple months in a us. So the one word that i kept his is working as a gm for the french. National team But it's really like a summer thing you know like when when we have it's oil spur period. You know like sometime. We have like two weeks. Where the team's gonna get together in november in a month in june a month and a half in in in september so it depends when but was that that allows me to get my own schedule and to be able to travel so now all the free time that have. I try to go on the boat ear and there and i wanna go around the world but like by by step so i wanna stay. Say i've time on my hands. So i don't want to go and rush into a place so i stayed for like two years in a care being so i stayed for like a six months to a year and a med and not. The idea is to stay like but two years putting asia so give me an example really quickly so say you're gonna go see rot right and you're in france. How do you plan this trip. what do you do. What's going on and then say you're planning to go do the sons reunion so say okay. Boom you're doing your beaten Should we have a sundry union. Should we have six should bear. That's it yes that's the that's right there. That's why a sit right. There is the piece the two thousand seven that's fire. He's he's showing us. He's showing us the son's picture. Everybody signed it except by burke. I don't know why i don't know why. By burke signature not the lead to hold we to hold there. But how does how does that work. If you're gonna go see ron and florida and then you're going to do the sunday union in arizona. How do you plan this out. Then i won't go is the boat because it's like you know it's too far to go with the boat so i do fly out of the both the book when you go around the world on the boat and you wanna be a nice tropical places pretty much you stay in between the tropics to south in get close to the equator. And that's where you go but you gotta stay there but once you go one direction you don't come back daughter because it takes too long like he would take me one month to go from europe to the us. So it's like you know if you want to go see somebody for a couple days on the trip. So where does the boat stay. Where does about stay where it doesn't. It just keeps going around the world so might my fucking boat owner. You can't take the vote to utah. Did i flew out of the boat was in panama to claim against utah. And then i'll get back to panama in in about a week. So and then i keep going you know the way wherever leave the boat pretty much stays in area. Wait for me to come back and then we keep going but the tour is about thirteen years so wherever it is you know it. Just stay there. Until i go back on a boat so but i think it will take me about thirteen but i don't know be fifteen twenty. Who knows what What i mean. Who really knows what. What favorite place. So far like where where whereas spot to your life. I get a chance to come back after this thirteen or fifteen years. I'm definitely coming back. Saw how would say places like a general areas In the mediterranean. I love the cratia coercion islands. Very tiny islands super cool. And then they all ian nyland's it's like north of sicily volcanoes Like erupting so you can go hiking. Go see like some lavas. Peering out of of the volcanoes go around in sailing around those small. It's pretty much like a bunch of smoking around Some are extinct some. Are you know still alive and going So that was really cool. And then a care. Being i i like when i went to the virgin islands you know. Shout out to duck in of our roger which he said that he said that he hits you. Were doing with timothy. He said that you just randomly saw him. Duncan just like he he. You're in the hours ago here on this osa was that are you going to be around. Yeah most randomly because I know is not inversion islands often. But i didn't think he would be there because he just go. You know every now. And then and i just wanted to give him a shot. I was like hey look. I mean a virgin islands. If you have couple ideas where i should go you know which restaurants and stuff like that and he replied to me is like i'm here to but it wasn't saint croix. It wasn't sent thomas so then it's not that far so i can take the boat in did a little trip and win and met him in the in the insinkerator growth. That's great i love synchronic. That was my favorite activity and inversions. Did you did you do the Did you dive the the drop off of cambay over there by saint croix like there's a huge ledge drops off. I know you're a big scuba diver. Did you get that. I don't know if that was the one but yeah did do a few dives over there In in what's spray. Nice and i'd of buck island state park. Yeah so you you win was the boat and he was school because it was not as crowded as the rest of the virgin islands. So we were there when to buckeye. And we're the only boat narrates. Actually one of the favorite of the favorite picture at two. There was a drone is nba kylian. That's what's up. how's it kicking it with. Tim duncan and virgin islands. That's his crib. And that's where he's not. He's he's a legend. There is but i mean you know. I don't know if you've been there but it's not that big yeah. It was alleged but he was not enough crowd to crime. Anyway so Yeah you just you know came on board. We had like lunch afternoon. Place we m- around a so. Yeah just a good time. I have so much so many questions. I wanna ask you. Boris you talked on. You talked about the national team. I'm trying to decide where i'm going with that. What utah right. Not a lot of guys called utah home right. I think it's not a lot of guys. Keep a caribbean utah. Some do but not a lot of players do what. What part of utah are you. Don't give away your address or anything you up in the mountains park city. Are you in utah. General and what about that townsfolk to you. Yeah no. i'm in north salt lake. So i decided not to go to park city. I when i got my house. When i came in play here my last season ear and literally you know soon as again here just spending love was like the state the city school in squad so but the age arrived in salt lake city. I was not the same when i was in phoenix so i wasn't looking for the same excitement. That our twenty five and and run infinix. So then you know. Being good in in salt lake was great but you know more than the seeds everything around so aldama dance because you know i started skiing a lot since i retired Because we couldn't ski during your career. And i always knew i wanted to go back to that askew balu bit when i was a kid but not really going to go after that after that after that facetime struggling straight to the slope the eighteen inch yesterday. And it's probably the last good skiing of the of the season so all that and all the canyons all the national park star around. I mean you you got zion and you've got yellowstone up there. You got a moab parties. It's it's so beautiful. In an. I know like a lot of guys played here for like five years. I never went to any of these national park going explore and sometimes because we don't have much time during the season but if you come back up season and you got some time off. It's just a beautiful thing to to do. So i really felt enough as a state it is cindy and i don i bring the boys up there While pre covid we just about every year to go skiing because it is. You're right it's gorgeous. Didn't have the time to really explore. It is beautiful place. Let me know when you come in. I i'll hit you might be there Yeah i might might not. But that's why. I like this location because if you in proximity you can just on skiing park city but if you here then you can drive. I'm forty five minutes away from all the ski resorts. So i can go to like seven or eight different ones. I just look at the weather report whereas the best known. That's where i go. Boo boo your favorite place to travel. Bro where's your favorite place on earth to go so apart from the boat and from what i was doing before it's doing safari man. You can see the animal prints and stuff like that This this brian. My african roots from my dad's side from senegal. And so i i love i love going in safari so I did eight safaris in a row. When i was playing because we didn't have much time and so like eight years i went every year. Where would you go. south. Africa is like a good. You know to start because it's everything it's easier you know. I made it as everything is closed. Small planes take you to all these places. But then i think tanzania was pretty cool but my favorite was botswana. Okay something called okavango delta which is like flooded You call it Grasslands yeah in and he gets flooded in some season and then he gets dry sometime. And then you've got all the in between so it's pretty cool you've got all dynamos. All life the predators also coming because of all the life and so it's it's just a great place to go any close calls on safari. a few a few. My wife will never forgive me for not like we had a safari lined up and she got she got pregnant and then there was. You know we hadn't have the easiest time. When deal was born out there in phoenix. We didn't go. she's never let me live that doubt. But lightweight i'm afraid to go on safari. I know of being around lions and tigers and ship. No it's it's it's pretty. It's because this house call. Yeah well we had a couple of the private when you foot sometimes so if you wanna go see more stuff in good shape check some stuff out than you go foot then it gets a little miniature little more tense So yeah the douglas was wasn't foot like the april bottom is is like actually the most dangerous one. Well we went on foot because wanna go see the crocodile by the water. But we're going through stall grass. Which actually it was a bad idea. I don't know what the the sounds. you like. A terrible idea. Yeah tall grass in the middle of of of the savannah. Not great idea when you got all the lions and everything what happened with the hippopotamus while we just heard it coming through. Because that's trying to say that the the one thing you don't want to the hippo is going between him and the water because water is safe place and he goes out to eat some grass and then goes back to the water. But if you're in between is just gonna kill you to get back to the water. I mean like. I mean i. It's not gonna eat you because you know as vegetarian. But nick darla graduate you know but he will kill you anyway mike raja not to ease you. Just point so yeah. That was a pretty good for glasgow. Another close call. You said there was a couple of give you one more close. Call a half. The other one was Was buffalo and buffalo's the one thing you don't want to you don't want to see on on on foot because foot if you see a lion usually it's fine you stand your ground at a fan as well. It's kind of okay. They don't already go for you. But the buffalo you never know because they unpredictable and if they feel threatened they're going to attack you just as a defense mechanism so if you to close to them. That's where it's dangerous. And i was kind of the same. We weren't on foot and we were looking at tracks and stuff like that and so we're going down a path and we see buffalo tracks. So we're like okay. We don't wanna follow them because we don't wanna encounter them so we took a different path and they went away same another time where he was tall grass so tall grass on the right side. And we're just walking along chilling and looking in the rangers. Didn't you battle look at these plants and doing this doing that. And a lot of suddenly stops and so we all stop and we didn't see anything and all of a sudden we look to our right and through tall grass. You just you see the big head of buffalo hanging out out of the gresh it looking at us it was like elaine bound and it was just looking at us like strayer but we're like only like thirty feet away so that was very very close. So so so the is like okay. Let's just stay together and then kinda back out because you don't want to spread out because if you spread out that's what he's going to be scared because that's what like lions all the predators do they're going to spread out to attack you so you wanna stay together to show that you're not a threat and kind of walked down and so we start walking back but we took like three steps and all of sudden he gets up the buffalo when rodney though not yet so when he gets up it was six others. Buffalo's around that we did not see because there are down as well next to him. I'll stand up now. We got six buffalo's looking at us and not moving in we start walking through like a torri. You know we're like okay. Maybe we need to find three or something. But i was with my mom i was like. It's not gonna be ready. We have to hide somewhere and then all of a sudden it just just run but in the other direction could force. I think i'm staying a truck. I think i would just stay in rosalyn what this is typical. This is typical like boris. Though like in a good way way way more curious and interested in like wanting to be on foot like all of those all of those rules like if you gotta give me all of them rules that keep me safe want to do it. I'm going to what you get a tummy like. Your mom is one of my favorite people of all time right and you just you just said that. She's on safari. You mentioned your dad. And your your routes to africa right and senegal. Just give us a little background like you know. In some places they pick a kid out early like one of my buddies was the head strength and conditioning guy. A cleveland when i was there and he was telling us what they did in australia to. Kids go around. And they'd measure them. They check what they were predisposed to in their mind. Be good at and they would steer kids towards that. You're like genetically engineered to be an athlete like your. Your stock is really good athletic stock. Tell tell us tell us like definitely. Yeah i got good genes. I mean you know. My mom was a international basketball player. Play for the national team. Olympics are welcome in your championship for years. So she was. You know definitely. That's the reason why. I got really into basketball. And they met at these sports institute in Embarrass where my dad was doing track and field and it was doing high jump so they both were like i got athletes That mezzo diffley. You got good genes on that part But at the same time you know my mom the way she raised me and she didn't want you know raised me to become a professional athlete or anything like that address. Wants you to find Do whatever sports you want. She didn't push me towards basketball or things like that. That's when i was a kid. I tried a lot of different sports. Everybody plays soccer in france. Obviously but i did some judo. I did some fencing. Did some a rugby So handball volleyball did all kinds of sport. And my mom just wanted me to have fun but you know. I tend to basketball because i was already. My bashan and i loved the most bag time time to pay the bills. We'll be back this episode. The wringer nba show is brought to you by ziprecruiter. If you're a business owner who's hiring you probably face a lot of challenges. When it comes to finding the right person for your role like a gm for instance maybe warriors gm bob myers when your balancing traits to go along with the salary cap or trying to have the right offense of defensive pizzas in place while building chemistry and managing big personalities. That's why hiring can feel like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Sure we could post job some job board but then all you can do is hope that the right person comes along which is why you try ziprecruiter for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash ringer. Nba post jobs on ziprecruiter. It gets sent out to over one hundred top job boards with one click. It's no over two point. Three million businesses have come to ziprecruiter for their hiring needs. So while other companies overwhelm you with way too. Many options ziprecruiter finds you. What you're for that needle in the haystack. Ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire and right. Now you can try ziprecruiter for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash ringer. Nba once again. Remember to go to ziprecruiter dot com slash r. i. n. g. e. r. m. b. a. There was always the thing on your where was just like man. He just had so many interests. And we're seeing this right now. Where did all these interests come from. You seem like a well rounded person who loves to travel. Who loves to do all these things. Where did that innate curiosity come from. I don't know probably enough from from the way. I was brought up in europe and seeing different things. Different people melting pot of cultures. But it's always been there since. I was a since i was a kid is just been been curious in an on court of the court and that's why i was able to play inside because i i mean was i was more of a point guard to guard growing up But the same time already. You know when i was like twelve thirteen. Fourteen years old I would listen and try to do whatever the big men we're doing. Just because i was curious you know to. What do you do on post Out of play a what the big men do what the guards do. The point guards do and always try to get everything and so. That's that's why. When i grew up i was able to to play different positions. Well who's your favorite player. Magic johnson is you know when i was growing up so i after my first two years cracking the nba. I had i went to spain to play for ceramic which was a club in spain. So we go to a tournament. I don't remember what it was but we're playing a team called. Po poll out. I was in vittoria. Was it okay. So we're we're playing this tournament and there's this long skinny like kid like handling the ball like six eight and then there are these two wings. The brothers miquel play for a long time in the league. And what's the what's the older brothers. Name flaw right. They were code. But boris was li like when he tells you he was on the ball. They were like this scottie. Pippen and that's the way he was built in europe because that's what he was owned a ball. He was the facilitator he made. He made things happen. You know it just kind of talked to talk to me about. I know we got more interesting. Shits talk about but coming from europe having the ball in your hands like that and then having to make a huge adjustment like when you got to the league like with a style of play and and when did you realize like they're not gonna want me to do that here. It was kind of a process. Because when i got drafted i got drafted as swingman. I was drafted as a two to three. And so when i got to atlanta that you know they were asking me Asking me to do so. I was a play the point when i was in atlanta. I mean i remember the same game playing side because you know we. We have injuries and stuff. So i started as a five due to the jumble and then play the one in the same game so i still at two different thing but it was trying to figure things out a treaty when i got to to phoenix and me to play inside and so that's when and the same you know when i got traded you know there was not many minutes was a that was planned for me in that tim. Infinix knows the team was the best record near as three. But amara hurt in precision and the surgery microfracture surgery on his knee and was out for the season. So all of a sudden that's You know magnet tony. It was like okay so you do think you can play the four a little bit. You know it was like anyway. It was not going to play two or three. Roger goodell was already taking. Stop a show play before spot due to full. But it's a what i always do like. Hey i play whatever. Tell me what you need. And i'll try to fill in the blanks And so that's that's when i really started to play sidon and that's where we started. Is that small ball diamond. Play in There was a lot of fun was that was. That was a hell of some california. I'm man i would make the argument. And i've made it before. The amari is a phenomenal player and could bucket like you. Just he was such a mismatch but it gave steve a little bit of reprieve. When you were playing those major minutes at your because you were someone else to create place for other people like do you know what i mean like steve. Steve created a lot of plays in a more could score like shit but he didn't really create but having you on the floor with steve gave you to creators to people that could initiate offense. Plus i think what was the good thing is that could create four steve which was probably the best shooter of all times but you know harmful to create his on shot. It was creating so much for everybody but everybody was so focused on him. That help was coming. And he was harder and would take so much more energy for him to create for himself now could create an as will be at the end of the chain. And now you know. Mcgann buckets used to right rah-rah one. Is you know that. Boris lockout story real quick. That you knew that. Boris was just a different catman when he was just he was an eclectic. Dude he was you know. Get us to get the story. Time for me and my. I don't remember man. I don't i. I'm trying to think man. I got so many boris stories. All can't come out though. There's a vault. Let me say aright remember the boers doerr look for was it offered. Was your clothing company sac diverse. That's the first thing. The housing advanced by deadman. so borcelino. we're we're in the locker room. Like embarrassed comes in with his suit bag right. There's like the bag and you know he had. It's a conference company. I'm yeah right. Who's lacy like which suits suits were so fucking. Small like their tight. I was like borscht. Katie suits they were but he was ahead of his time. But so. Boris was never really afraid. Numbers later i years later. Everybody's biking wearing the is the michael jordan suits which is bucking so everybody. Everybody was wearing that. And then i start wearing it. You know it's like fashion. France is always in advance. Anyway i had to. I have multiple tight suits in alborz just fyi. But i did. Do you remember the time. I had to away your shoes. You had a favorite pair of shoes you remember remember. I told you though was it impressed. I said if you wear them again on throwing them out. You don't remember the pair of shoes remember. You did it if you had to say like all right. We're going to have this reunion. Who would you be most excited to see because of their personality national on that one guy by burke burke don't shit pat burke side sirbu blues roster picture. Please office so I i say this. I always talk about this raja. I grew up a laker fan. And there's teams now that i'm covering the league retroactively that i am in love with and that i love the phoenix suns as one of those teams the specific era with you guys on the team. When did you guys knew you had something special right. Because i remember watching you guys from the opposite. Like damn kicking the lakers. Right now i just. I don't like this. What was when did you guys like. You guys had something special so when we started the season i mean obviously coming from a great record already but when we won so many games in a row and the atmosphere was so cool and so fine and we're not like so serious about it and all the guys in just the camaraderie was team like we would go out for dinner before a game and the whole team would come out of fourteen players. It will be like eleven or twelve players coming together. I don't know if any other team you know do that. Ninety more you always have you know group of teams two three four five but we had like yes such a great camaraderie and we were winning games after games after games think we were setting up the record of winning thirty games in a row and then we lost two and we want another thirty so it was it was it was pretty. It was pretty amazing pretty special but we just felt that you know as the season was was was going logan. I can say this. It was the most fun time. I've ever had around basketball bro. I can tell. I know that phoenix just phoenix. Phoenix is a town was kind of on fire right because the sons were good. And that's a different vibe. The lakers were strong. We were just to boris his point. We were it wasn't a grind for us like it just felt like we were. You're excited to go to work. Like i was excited to see. Boris like walk in two minutes before practice. Started would've fucking cappuccino. I was excited. You were just excited. I'm reading up on you. Do what what did you think about. Shoot arounds man. because you're shoot around stories seem legendary process going to shoot arounds brow. Sure around might be is that you're not going to be a better shooter. Because you're doing you know ten minutes shoot around for the game so if you practice on it and you get better. Yes but Yeah shoot around. Wasn't that useful was feeling like at the time Not what was good is when you go through the wealth to you. Talk about the other team and everything like that process. You got your cappuccino. Are you going to starbucks tomorrow. What are you doing before shoot around. What's the new by so yeah now. We had the coffee in the locker rooms who has easy to the locker room and get ready. But yeah i wouldn't spend too much extra time I think that the kofi time was actually something that was a very important into the routine to the game. This great land like raja get snow cone In the locker room before stores to do he always talks about student because because he's talking about pacino so every day before you know before we get on the court you say you warm up get ready. People doing their routine And then i started going back in the locker room because the same. I thought you know at didn't need that much time. Any way to to get ready but then as soon as i got through lacquer i salute raja was there every game as well and so it was in the back of the locker room sometimes joe i dunno reading magazine something like that. And then he put a snow cone. So you know used those those paper cone and put the shaved ice but then instead of putting the syrup like the just a little bit of red bull on it and so the snow cone before people are asking roger tencent working crazy magor looking really rule that a snow cone. Oh toby he had the puck and red bull before the game. Maybe took to on that day. What boris missed. And we'll talk like i would get. My coffee would be the first thing. I did when i got to the arena right like because i usually took a nap so like when i got to the arena like three hours or whatever it was prior. I get a coffee. That would just give me going to get like that. Warm up and gave my sweat on and shit like that. And then i got the snow cone. Boris so like our double caffeine determines man all right. So what the fuck are you still do that. All of us wasn't talented manufacturer. Some regular so okay. So you guys have this season. You guys played a lakers. First around right and raja always talks about how you guys were probably too lax for the lakers. I think you guys were a better team. I was surprised as a fan. If you guys went down three one. I know rouses point of view. Which is you guys too lax. You guys were chilling. Why did you go down. Three one against the lakers boris. I'm in yeah. Probably for that reason like i say that was just a continuation of the whole season where we didn't think you know stuff too seriously. It was just fun. We're just having fun. Blaine having fun and stuff like that. And so we were not as focused and teed up on the on the stage. You know didn't didn't. I think you know ourselves mentally for these of a bottle. And so yeah. We got surprised in kicked in about how was ally during that time. Now 'cause you guys said you guys like santa. Monica something or marina. Del right where how. How is the house for you. Know it was nice and we would have fun in. La for she was nice. Wholesome ha during the regular season but bad during the playoff or a little more quiet for sure do you remember. I told this story. We tricks on. And so i. I asked him if he remembered like our minds. Do you remember what we normally staid when we went to play the lakers or clippers most nine out of ten times a so. I don't know because it depend on. Tuesday marina del rey. We stayed in marina del rey. That's where that's why. The sun's mostly stayed other teams. Stay at the wilshire or whatever. We were marina. W do you remember where we stayed to play the lakers. In round one in santa monica we stayed at the lowes in santa monica right away always make the like. I always say like we were treating that like it was different than can you know what i mean. We had no respect for the lakers man. God no respect for her dog. You remember like andrei kirilenko. Do you remember. I was down in the lobby. Me cindy you andre carolin- victor crop came through like we were just chilling lake. Our heads weren't in. it'd come easy to us. We were kind of like we launched on those first couple of games. That's why i'd hard to you know. Playing does does play offs at that time. In those kinds of team when phoenix when you in la when the sun is out and he feels like it's summertime. It's hard to focus in fisher. Yeah i mean out Covered the warriors for the last two years at a dynasty and they had a first round matchup against the clippers air. That was very fun. It was very fun to be in. La in the springtime. It's beautiful. it's not quite summer yet. But it's it's there. So i can imagine that it was it was lit. It was lit. What's your what's your favorite. What's a favorite nba city. Boris like trick road trip. We're looking at the schedule. We're sitting down and september and we're like this it. Yeah yeah that's going to be a good one where we going. Yeah i oklahoma city. I got a great restaurant. There read red restaurant great stakeout. Oh that's right up the street from media yes it is a great state firms humpty dumpty dominate. You'd never want to go to kc because of that Yeah the scarsdale yes. Carbon is haunted. We heard some weird stuff. What did you hear discovering real quick before we get to. Let's let's fucking die. Somebody through the the hallway. We're supposed to get the whole floor or something. I think it was. I think it was deemed. heard it. It was like a baby crying in a room. More supposed to get the whole floor because it was like the playoffs and you know we have in the whole floors. And i think they asked the front desk. There's somebody rooms acknowledged nobody baby crying. So yeah so. What's your favorite city. I think usually you have a good time. We're gonna my am. I remember having a great. I'm going to miami It was like a french restaurant in coconut grove. That we used to go all the time. So going to miami was was a was a fun. Stop niamey stop. Most most of the time when you get in places. Logan like we've traveled. So let's say played charlotte. You're gonna get to miami after everybody gets dressed treatment and you go to get to me. What i don't know one one thirty. I'm arm known yet but most yes most places but you're shut down and most places. Miami was the place where lake. Hi guys we'll see you tomorrow. Everybody tomorrow hopefully. It makes you sa- what's the most underrated city like the most one where people are like we wouldn't we wouldn't expect it What did have a good time. The salt lake city. Yeah but you know even to go play. It's not like you know fun. Place that garesh gerrad vaulters everybody. You know every team's going to bother you have to you know great talion But it's not like a cd like okay we're gonna see you know We had some fun times in the bay. Yeah san francisco. Yeah i like to go. It was nice you could go to access alito. And he's not going to take the car then you've got to explore a little bit get out of the city and then go it. It was a great sushi place sushi. They're insys alito. I'm i'm in the bay right now. i'm gonna. i'm gonna lock in which you on the susie spy vladimir amount of each. I think that's with me. They're all flat and flat. All right. all right okay. So we talked about this still in phoenix right now. So we talk about this me and rura about. We know how good it was when it was good. What the fuck happened when it was bad. Brokers we this motherfucker sounded about how he took hook shots at practice. He was just like he was walling out. What's going on there is stories. I got traded because of raja okay prescription and we can talk about that. So yeah i mean it was good and then so magnet. Tony left from one season to the next went to a went to new york. And so you know wearing okay. Now we're going to change getting a new coach and We wanna you know. Put some emphasis on defense hand and stuff like that and okay. that's cool. You know so pretty much start Cam and And we're like okay so it's cool. You know we everybody wants to win. You know so we all buying into the program. We want to do that. And so you know. We put some defensive ideas and then offensively. We thought you know. Maybe we can carry over because you still have the assistant coach from the years previews and stuff like that. So in your mind is like you've been the best offensive team for the past three years. You know you don't want to start from ground zero so you just gotta carry over. But that's not what i've been reading rechange every single play from what we were doing before we using stephen a whole different way that he used to be used You know we Playing with shag. Which is like a you know also different to play around him play with them but pretty much a whole philosophy and what people love the sense for back in the days offensive minded moving the ball and everything all of that much stopped you know from like one day to the next pretty much you know from one end of the season to the next season. Everybody's like okay so now we gotta go. I mean joe try to go and buy into it and do all this stuff but offensively you know is no movement. It's it's hard for everybody. Steve goes from mvp to not making all star. That's when you know that something is wrong. You know like it's like i that means we're not playing the right way. you know. we're not doing the i i. You can make a player not being as good as why is changing all the stuff. So you know. I hear and then agassi raja was always you know is is is not is not keeping quiet but this kind of keeping. It wasn't just going along with the plan. Man voicing concerns and stuff like that or it's retail feel free to tell any disparages stories about roger. Because he loves to do that shit to do so. Go ahead if you want to throw that stories go ahead as he's you know it's going raja know getting into it. A little bit shot out of it. He's not even blocked in trying subject that he never tried before anyway. Long story short is dealing ms gas so you know a month before maybe detroit and stuff. I like yeah. So i don't know i think looking to trade me and stuff like that was co up. Come on man says bullshit. You know we're gonna get to it. S and stuff like that and we keep going and me. I got also you know a little bit a fall out with the coach as far as what he's that energy and youtube you gotta fuck energy and youtube with something. You know. i'm. I'm tom i'm a. I'm a art head. And so tell riled their story to tell the story this story of the three threes. There was a story minnesota. Do you remember that story. is that the one. I didn't want to shoot threes away. It could be the same story. It was the one where you would get all the way to the basket and then tell it so it was like the game before whatever and so i don't know in the fourth water may be six minutes to go whatever and so i get the ball wide open at three and i missed and then i don't know the coach goes off on me. Is that should that shot and stuff and then so we go and we talked about it after the game and stuff like that in practice it was like what do you mean like. It's i'm wide open. Like how do you want me. It's not a bad shot. Like i'm wide open physique. Yeah that's a bad shot. You know there is like a time and place and stuff like that and so for me nine. My mind is like okay. If you're gonna telling me that's a bad shot than i don't know what's a good shot on. What so bad shop. And so i cannot make the decision anymore. Because you're thinking that away from me because for me. If i'm i'm ground men supposed to be able to know what's or make actually decision. What's what's abacha. So if you're gonna telling me that. Now i don't know what's a good shot i don't know what the bachata anymore so i'm not gonna take a shot. Did you feel like you're it tells us was insulted or exactly this all the next dame. I didn't take one shop. And i was like wide open for layups stuff like that. And so it was the most passive aggressive tents. It was phenomenal. Someone who's wired light that himself. It was a phenomenal thing. To witness like way more balls than i did I'd argue with you by late. Boris would literally during that game make every attempt. He's in his bag dog to get a quality. Look so he get into his. He had a great way angle in you to the basket. Like some of the best foot work on posters angling you until he got his ass like under the rim and so he would do that and get right to the rim and almost shoot the shit and it was almost like he would look at terry porter lake. It's like he. I know he did it. It just looked like that right so it was a phenomenal display lake. Because you have ten assists that night or something. Something stupid sixteen assists i did. I want pseudo just to make a point and then after that it was like okay. Never mind you kinda worked a little bit but So yeah so then after that. We're going to la which is yeah fun cd and stuff data. Go see my friend for bridge. We go for lunch. I don't take my phone. I leave my phone in in In my room and i'm just going to lunch with my friend and then i come back from lunch and usually raj is a slipper you know sticking nap and stuff like that and saw what through the shit. I walk through the hallway. And i see roger walking around and it was like. Hey what's up boys robin herd. Know what i don't have my phone is like what what happened is like yeah so i got traded. I was like oh no thought that such a losing my friend and stuff cow. Shit where are you going. I'm going to charlot. sorry man. It was like yeah. But i think part of the trade to you're coming. You're begging be that's what's that game maybe check your own sorrento's nice it. You got traded out so it was like i think of maybe check it. And so yeah. Misery loves company umbrella charlotte. But you're coming with me now. How did you feel when you got traded. Well it's never fun to be trading and stuff like that but we're saying it was just shit. I listened at least we're going together. You know it's not as you know being traded by yourself and you go to a new place by yourself so like okay. Let's go stratified a flight. Go back to to to phoenix and then the next morning back to charlotte and then try to make the best out of it. It make you feel a little bit. Better rod that The boubou there. Which you that he was this. They're funded like that off all its teammates to get to what he was. The one is you with. Y'all yeah like. I wish anyone like. We had a great vibe. And i was getting a little sour. But i you know we should have been able to recapture that. In the in they kind of wound up recapturing it after they went back to alvin gentry right so yeah i i tend to think that if we would have stayed it would have all been goodbye so i didn't want boris or anyone else to lose out on that opportunity because it was so fun there but i'm gonna keep it a above like when you get traded to the point bores just said you don't know anything where you're going right right and to be able to sit on a plane and see boris link. When we're on. Charlie planes like we sat together like it was. It was comfort in bro. Because you know not only. Was it a new situation but we had some great teammates charlotte but they weren't a great team yet. They were still trying to figure out where they were going. And how they were going to ascend the ladder of the eastern conference. And so you know we were. We were leaving a really good situation to come to something that wasn't established so it was. It was very cool to have somebody with you. Yeah it was good. It was good to be. You know two guys and we're triangle so to bring that to the team. I think that's why also they traded for us is bringing the winning culture that we had the best a few years were in phoenix and bring that into into charlotte was good. It's harder to do it by yourself. It's easier to get messages across When you when. You guys fisher. When i read up on your time in charlotte it feels like it feels like the referendum on your career where it seems like coaches are just trying to get you to be a certain way. And you're like bro. like just let me be meet. It was that was that was that it wasn't charlotte for you. Know a depend on the coaches so My all carriers like wherever coach wanted be undrafted me or traded for me. I always was fine with it then. That coach sleeves get fired. Whatever in a new coach comes in. That didn't ask for me pretty much or didn't know how to use a what to do with me. So that that was the case. When i was in atlanta i misteri. Stotts was lack european mentality and everything. Everything was fine. My first year and mike woodson came in and i had no idea. And you're talking. I don't know how to play you. Like he didn't know what to do with me. My skills or the way. I was playing and so then it was the same in phoenix was de reporter coming after after mike d'antoni And then the same thing. When i got in charlotte and it was larry brown not a great relationship with larry. Brown is the guy that wanted us new at to make play and and it was. It was great and try to change me. It was you know making me play as as a point forward as well and it was great and then he left and then paul silas came in and it was something again. This guy was like. Oh yeah. I don't know what to do. Is guide play him and then just tried yet. Make how verstraeten present for you though. How frustrating is that for you to be on that end words like understand. We are at least try to. Do you feel like they ever tried to get to know you or they would just. We don't know what to do with this person. Yeah i think it's more you know. Cultural and the way they approach basketball is different philosophies different cultures with different philosophies players match we certain coaches and not others and for some of the players all the way around. You know they're going to match this type of culture now this one's so I mean it's just it's not like bad luck or luck or whatever. It's you never know position at some point and when the coach. It's like you know Playing roulette like us. You're gonna get if you're going to get somebody that's gonna match with you or not. Boris was in charlotte. so i got traded. I got traded to golden sat. Hurt my wrist. I couldn't play that year so they. They flipped me for like steven jackson. I think a lot of lottie come with me in that deal. Vladi left to go to stay with me right. And that's that makes sense that makes sense. Yeah came with me. And they'll buy. It doesn't matter boris. We'd go back to charlotte right and boris ladder. Which by the way labwani romanova Boris had a fly s. Cried like that apartment. You remember that apartment you had was by that was super dope. He was like co-owner in a little bar down in the in the episode. What do they call it. The meccas percenter and this muffle was going to and from practice on a segue. How far does he live from. The ads from his big ass was segue around town. I go foam bedroom. Get up while my bed. Go on a segue The floor until i mean by locker veteran my apartment i would go down the streets. Everybody like no me downtown. Because they used guy amorini six eight but on a segue eight eight two and then would get get into the elevator and then going to the locker room and inside the locker room you know. Get down right next to just that every day you would just get the fuck out on the segue to close their own. Never jealousy from uehara. It just sounded. It worked out 'cause like i was. I was like boris man. I want to go play coming to town. I want to go play this golf. Course man like i need a need a whip borsch like take mine. I don't use it. I'm like okay all right time to get to the baggage claim. We'll be right back. Today's episode of the wringer nba show is brought to you by schick to celebrate. Its one hundredth birthday. Schick is introducing schick original available only at walmart. This no nonsense. 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I was like starting producing is just like producer like just putting money like some small films and short films and then all of a sudden i was like okay man. I wanna do my own short film. You know try to see my creative side and try to do something you know fun And so i. I was looking for different short film as crypt Couldn't find one that i liked. And so i started to just write one so it was like. I'm just going to write a short film. I don't know if he's Whatnot like boys. Timo timo timo timo. When when did you find the time to write like explain it to me right like your normal day like between shoot around game time. You just put pen to paper in the plane plane. Got it begun in the plan. We have so much time on blaine and so either you watch. Tv show or You know people play video games We pay bacher phoenix. I always went out west to ask poker. No you didn't they. it was. It was tim. Tim was the one that allows the most. I think or brazier very story. Different store. Yeah and so time and so in in the plane. I started writing a script and stuff like that and it's playing in. That's when i was playing in san antonio and so Yeah all star break. Doesn't the only time. I've got time to shoot it and this away all the way until summertime. But i didn't wanna wait until summertime And so yeah got everything. Got some friends helping me a lot. You know getting everything ready and doing casting and Sla bunch of kids playing in it so but it was fun and it was hard as a at the same time because it was like i. I'm directing an area. Know what i was doing to rejoice script nominal but it was a lot of fun. How cedric onset. Yeah i was able to to to to cedric. And i it was great. You know just did like one day in l. a. and You know obviously it was the best actor that the whole thing so it was you know so easy directly it was very much. Erecting telling me what to do But it was it was. It was a lot of fun now and the shorts is not funny. It's called easy life and it's not it's not a comedy at all is just very serious and very serious subject and so. That's why i was thinking like you know having served entertainer doing something different than comedy That's what i thought was interesting. Any any didn't really good you know what's it about. That shows after is pretty much is is a a kid. Talking to his dad's cedric. The entertainer is the dad. Just acting up and he's just like spoilt kid you know and then you see that around you know kids dr spoiled and stuff like that but i feel like you know you got to find a balance of having a agassi. You want spoil them. Because they're your kids that you want him to have a good time and be good But sometimes are lucky they are to having the half And so these kids just acting up and so is that is telling him a story It's storytelling of other kid. You know in africa You know like Based off donation Delegation story of bavin san bizarre donation at the time. And i was like. Yeah that's actually pretty close for them. What i'm doing But i didn't see it until i was doing fine and so telling him about kids. You know there forced to go to war and stuff like that and and so show him out. Lucky ways now. Can we see this onstream services. Yeah yeah yeah yeah you. Google bores the life which actually might be a video of my life as well but yeah you can pick it up. I was thinking. What my favourite boris and readings of our has. It wasn't even phoenix suns. Boris it's it's san antonio spurs. Boris is probably my favorite version of what i read on. Boris diaw. and i remember when i was When you had gotten traded to or you end up in san antonio. I don't know if he got traded. Or you got i i When i was in shehadeh yeah okay. So you got bought out and i remember one of your first trips. The san antonio's first trip was a sacramento. Where i was interning and they were just making fun. They were like we're going to give. Boris nowhere near ready to play right now. We're going to get him right to play. Just give us a couple of months are gonna give give them right. Can you tell us the process of from the end of charlotte getting bought out to your time your first couple of months at san antonio what was going on. And what was it like spiritually for the end of charlotte to go into san antonia. I can i. I had you shut it down in charlie. Had your shut it down. Morris were you trying to get out of charlotte no shouted it down but for sure like yeah like i was saying you know. We had a fall out and stuff like that. 'cause you use me and then And then decided not to play any at all and so they haven't always fall out. What did i not want to play you. What did you do. what would they do. What happen well. Yeah pro voice my concern on the way we're playing and what we're doing we're influenced by raja again. You just did a san yes okay. The same everywhere. Everyplace i got traded was because of russia's again. I'm not even there at the time. But i want to tell the story. Boris but you know. Logan you teach people to if your if your voice in a genuine concern as a professional like a coach. A coach may not necessarily agree with you. But you have to be able to have those conversations at least like you're not dealing with seventeen year olds high school the boers. How old were you at that point now. Thirty s grown as a man like these are grown. Professional men have made a lot of money that are all invested in the same thing. I always found that fascinating. And it's kind of what i mean like. They people will tell you. They want to hear what you've got to say. Hey the voice voice your opinion let everybody know we want to know. They don't wanna fuck in. No that's what i learned. They don't want to know. Just shut the fuck up and keep moving all right so you did not take rose advice. You did not keep it moving. What happened on the in charlotte so yes so all of a sudden very much. I was just put on the bench and then They didn't play out so actually it was like paul silas was coaching at the time. And so yeah we have fall out because you know i felt like we were not being coached enough food like a a young team that needed to be coached needed some poynder foreigners during the games stuff like that and and i found like we didn't we didn't get that and so but at the same time it's hard because you never know if he really wants to win that that point because you've got the lottery pick You the draft and stuff like that but a player. You do what you don't want years We're losing a lot weird like we had nine wins. Nine nine nine wins. That was that was after the lockout so it was the shortest out. That's why did he didn't gather as the worst record ever because of the lockout but might have been the worst record ever and so. Yeah we're nine wins and it was all just like losing games but losing games is one thing but just wanted us to you know at least translate so i was just trying to be a gucci mane. See down behind the bench And just end up water to all the players and stuff like that. I was doing the job of the. Are you force the what are you a petty person. What do you mean. let's go here. Was that your passive aggressive way of saying you're not going to let me play. I'll just beat a water fucking boy. Is that what you did this. And you wanted them to know that you want them to that. You really allergist salted again. You guys are scientologists again. I'm just gonna pass out water. Because i don't know what else didn't know what else to do and i was. You know still being bad. So i wanted to help. Boy is bay water boy in the league for you know still wanna help and help the team help my teammates. So that's that's so great d'abord so boris. Ntp are really really really good friends. I mean you guys came up in a club together right like an Yeah nice cool. Yeah we're we're sixteen right so now. Let me tell a little quick story again. Let me one of my story time. I'm in i'm in la bom Beverly wilshire chilling. Were with where we're charlotte boris's like coming up here in I don't know me like it sunset area or something like that. I'm like boars. Man chilling dr when it come on. He's like nah man. You need to go have dinner with me. I'm like okay. So i show up. It's boris diaw. Evil longoria and like two girlfriends. You remember that. I had singletary with me. I had Was a young his name that got traded with us. Manny was from virginia. Yeah yeah and so like i. We had dinner like am leaning. That was tony's wife at the time was really cool with them. And i was like holy shit. Boris like you really got me sitting at dinner here with evelyn. Goria and and this is pretty cool. That was boris. Is world where i was like. Boris just call me. Whenever you got something going on me issue a bit. Maybe i should just go every time every time data showing up. So there's her backstory they're really tight does does family for boris. Tony parker yes. So that did help. Also you know when. I got to san antonio because get bought out. You're like expensive waterboy. I need to buy out. Did you knew you're going to san antonio. okay well. Yeah detroit at the time between san antonio and boston celtics At a time a doc rivers was the coach and so article with both because much was going for minimum just the playoffs because i went there signing in march so just last month a season and then the plane of just trying to get other bag his right. I was just trying to play in a class for the past couple of months. And you know. I just wanted to. You know. find a team be able to play being able to help and so we need a team that makes the playoff because it makes sense to go to a tape for just three weeks left in the season And so i had to make a choice between the celtics and between disperse And so i talked to both Obviously i don up to tony. And i knew dispersed through tony all these years. You know what we're doing to where to replaying and stuff like that And so i ended up. You know going to To san antonio which was better in the long run obviously because then duck reverse left to bust on was all different But yeah going to san antonio so it was easy transition because of the way the the style of basketball they were playing the philosophy of of popovich. It was just you know easy to play around all these great players. It's also usually. I mean it's way easier to play a good team As much pressure on court Pressure scored any points or to create many place Everybody's around and you you just play together and they make you better as well. Yeah i remember hearing this The story that you as you said at a tony parker Jersey retirement about how one of the three seminal moments for you With tony was when a christmas party at a at a san antonio pops house where everyone's oughta go the drinking and stuff and pop goes tony. I need you to come into watson with us you to go watch film. And he's yelling at tony during the bucket party on like what the buck. But i think overall point that you saw was that this was a family in a way that you didn't really see in charlotte and others places. Why was that so important in san antonio that family atmosphere if that's why they created over two years you know he's also buford with bob They really created that that family atmosphere And the culture of winning but a caring for four other and so yeah. I when i saw that. Actually i was begging francis before today nba. I was just visiting doni. and so. that's that's why you know to me. It was super impressive. Did would like so. I don't really remember boys when you got to. San antonio was already kind of the focal point of their offense was rookie. Rookie year. perfect so did you. Could you tell right away like was it was there were there were. There are things that he was winning practice there. You said amen. One day if he keeps working or was that something his evolution as a player. Just kind of took you by surprise. Or you know what i mean. I mean both If it was already like good player. So i knew he was going to to Been doing some some some good things but not to the level that i did you know after i really to to cover you know. It was really working on on his game and he's craft At the time he like a solid defensively shortages like. What are the guys like okay. You know that he's going to have a long career and it's gonna be tough because because of that but didn't take that much respond seventy offensively yet. When i think about about collides point in this conversation when you think when you talk about the san antonio spurs and i read on them and it's another team that i really like i said before really thought retroactively a fan of that era. It seems like san antonio was just as lit as the phoenix teams. Like you guys had so much fun together. Why did we not see that. That much from the outside looking in as we could have seen from that team and you guys seem like a really really really fun bunch whereas we got to see that from the sons. You know retroactively. We'd never really got to see that with the San antonio spurs. Why didn't we see that and also why. How fun was it to be on eighteen. Yeah it was a little bit different So you know from what i was. I was saying before so we did a great atmosphere and also on the court nakara percent you know. We're all matching on the court. The way we're playing the ball where we could anticipate which whatever you teammates gonna do like. We knew each other a basketball wise read irradiating. Well we also had a great camera outside court but not the same as we did in phoenix What saying phoenix. We're all twelve guys going. You know the same restaurants and stuff like that Here like we. We're friends everybody. But we didn't have like the same interests or a exactly matching the same way. It was a lot of guys that were like a little more introverts. People you know like oh yeah. It's not that because they don't wanna hang out with you but a lot of guys like to be chill just groups or groups on that team. It was few like they like some of the guys. Just like to the room service okay. Because they don't like their teammates is because they just like chill and room service in a room and so we still great friends and every night and then so we had a group that would go all the time to like Dinner's and lunch with batty. Meals with a jaguar slater with managing We would always go Dinner lunch all the time because we did it like to stand in stay in our rooms But then tony will do mix it. We come sometime sometime. Who stayed is room. And tim duncan sometime. We've got with us. And then sometimes like i'll just wanna chill. You know the newest personality you know got like that So yeah it was it was. The same diagram would comment nine then Sometimes y guys up that go with us. Well go i would go. Some time was danny sometime You know can with us a couple times. And i think you know he was cheating a lot also Doing room service in staying quiet I had a big game of You know. I was blamed this little game trying to make him smile. What would you collect. What would you know big bellies saying something funny fuss sometime. It would work in some time. Was it a everyday. Gameboy was this did not walking in every day and try to like. Was that a game. You play with him every day. yeah everytime you talked to try what would what would what would not work. What would work to get a smart. You know it's already. A big story was that you got him. Where you were like that. Gotcha razzle papa. God yes. I don't know i don't remember specifically what i would say just like silly stuff. Everyday pop is pop is well known for his Somalia talents like. He's an aficionado freight. And you two are well-versed in in the white first of all do you have. Do you have a winery at your place in bordeaux. You have a small winery. Did you tell me that. Or no Yeah well i got a brand. So i got a brand of of wine. I don't own the winery or anything like that. But i created where the winery at created my brand. And then you gotta send a man. Which is the setting small locally. I i have some here have outdoors you can ask for it a voucher all devout muslims. The first guy but my way never it's called both butler there. You go and. I pretty sure he's still owes me a case of bordello. But that's awesome. That's off air. So did you did you in pop connect over wine. Like that is he is young. Yeah you did day definitely from the first time. When i went to that christmas i i saw his wine cellar. No soccer. that's a dream wind center one one like that one day and i just had one year. That's kind of matching what he has. I'm so happy. But yeah when we were in san antonio you know. They always have like a team. Dinner coaches dinner. All kinds of dinners and then We always buffet some wine and so he always come to me and bring me a little glass of wine because he likes it so make that. That's really good. How many bodies. How many bottles is the seller. Boris if you had done how many bottles in my center done about two hundred nothing. Okay okay this bordeaux or this is in utah in bordeaux in utah got a small like a like more like afraid sheller but it probably like sixty. I'll be down in a monitoring weather coming when what is a question question. I'm always like somebody that was on the inside. And it's interesting. How coaches kinda like shield us and by meaning us i mean me being the media knobs and all that stuff we they showed us. How was that from the inside right like did you guys like have a net cocoon of just having of not having us knowing about how dope it was to be a san antonio spurs when it was time. Is you guys revel in that. What was that like they. I think they do a great job. Do a great job at that. You know keeping us safe from You know this kind of atmosphere. I mean you can see what you know media pressure due in teams like new york. You know it's it's it's hard to live in sometime. It's not good. Also you know for for the team in To get good results so they definitely shield us from all the outside So yeah it was great. I mean you know it was good from a player's standpoint. I truly enjoy that. Well what was it like. You guys are one of the best team. Obviously one of the best things that i era. But i do know your side of of the miami san antonio rivalry right because we know this miami side. It's well documented. They did have respect for you guys but again they didn't have the coon you guys had owes like clean up against them implant against lebron because you were a guy that guard lebron and did a good job he did a job willowbrook and everything from raja. Guess what was it like Those are like that i Is against them in. Twenty twelve twenty thirteen. What was that like. And then we'll go on from there. What was what was at our series like it was great. It was a great battle. You know it was like To style of basketball clashing the way they were playing. Like you say all the hype and and You know the the quality of the players individually you know was way better than our team. You know But the way we were playing together And the team playing Was matching with what they were doing. And so it was. It was just very interesting. He was it was. It was a great time We were like a few seconds from winning their first championship in two thousand thirteen. You know from rail and shots round chatelet rayon shot. What what the fuck. Because that's the series where both you guys just blowing each other out in the last two games really really close one which you think you had it in the bag game six. What was what was that like. Tell me about avenue everybody buck. We had it even miami doug we had it so thinking about about to turn up in miami rafting hours get lit now. Think about that. I mean you always yeah you keep everything inside but We know we're getting close to to close the series But yeah you know one offensive rebound you know if we get offensive rebound the game. He's over and then they get it. Hit it in a second. So i mean it was it was hard and anyways was stuff But yeah one bad bounce make you lose the game at that time but also we could have won the game place before ten. Plays before that by just you know playing different way and so that fueled us for the next season after that one of the things that i liked about your team. Is you guys. Would you guys are always focused. But afterwards you guys always seem to keep things in perspective. I remember when you guys lost against the clippers. A first round right. that's a was. It was a fucked up to half. But you guys have a team bunks where you guys are chilling on hollywood boulevard right. It's it's you guys are keeping things in perspective. How did you guys do that after you guys lose in miami because you're still in miami and you lose at the way you guys lost. What was it like after that that game. What did you guys do. How was the bible was going on. Well mike we always do You know Win or lose. Got to eat so we went to restaurant. And so we like a tim. Dinner where pretty much every player you know out to come Even after losing. Because you know when you lose obviously don't want to see anybody and stuff like that but you know just to be able to overcome that And and get on the right track or ready for the next season and then to celebrate also a good season. You know you lose the last game. A dozen erase everything you did in all season And so we all went we all at dinner. i remember the name of italian restaurant during by the water in In miami by the epic So anyway we went there. All dinner over there was it. Good was a great was a great meal. It was great food. But obviously i mean everybody was gone down and stuff like that and cheering each other up in like you know You know it's sport in each cruel things happen but You know life still goes on. We'll get another chance. You know pretty much dispirit. And so that's why we did exist. How bogus where you guys go into next season. Because you guys go in and you guys and you guys beat the mime eating five. That's why the focus for the whole season. The next year was not send started like from a training. Camp and training camp showed us that game six where rally the shop and so we don't know if we saw last shot but we so dull second-half and so In up in festus epidemics on a package to details and all the details. Like yeah big us. But like i was saying earlier all the mistakes that we did. During the second half Could have been avoided. It was a lot of stupid. Mistakes was a lot of details. That was done. Not sitting a screen properly not boxing out You know even if it's ten minutes of the game if we'd done that at that time in all these little details would have won the game and so We use that to fuel. We use that game to fuel the whole season the whole season. We're thinking about this game and so going into the final same you so the mantra. That season was pay attention to details. Yes while they were the most rosza they were the most fucking into locked in team. I've ever seen you guys systematically beat them every single game than what. I did have a question. How can hot was it. That first game when lebron guy cramps i'll fucking hot was it in that arena. Bro anyway was hot. yes l. hot is presented. Tonio was so sick. You guys that fucking bats in the in the arena you guys wiki sick in the arena along that got me. They had a snake locker somewhere. What the fuck was a snake in. Visiting locker at the boston garnered always has lore of like having shit none other teams you san antonio now hot. It was gone for everybody but for sure like to me. It was hot but we used to play hot and no acp because it was no not even one in france ac and so we're blame. The summertime is super hot summer. And it's like ninety degrees and you play in our in our ninety and which is used to so it was obviously not comfortable but he was not that bad for us. But you gotta drink some letterman. So you don't get no cramps. Get the high bro. That arenas sticks to his out on bail grounds. It's like out there. Yeah natanya and because be lebron you guys end lebrons tied and my in miami. How did that. How was the celebration after that. Russia was not something. We're celebrating not just that night but for a week a fella. It was a week long celebration Going out every day every night It was just like being on the cloud fleck a week but he came back down. You know and that's what. I feel like You know when when you win a championship like that. I mean it's great when it happens but then once it's already know it's over you know now thinking about it. I'm like okay. Yeah we're gonna chip chip. But where do you go when. I just want to know like in san antonio like no shade at san antonio. I don't know why go either. I'd rather win the chip in miami. Just because i know where. I can go where to did. Y'all going after you beat that. What did you do now. The same night we just went to dinner and then We had like a long dinner. Everybody in all you know all the staff all the coaching staff old players all the families and everybody so we just were just like hanging out mostly there but then yeah you can go to any club and all cd was just like celebrating for like a month. Arabia's there is places to go there is clubs to a phone how to fuck you guard. Lebron like what. How did you do that. You did a great job on him. I didn't do it on my own. First of all roger bell. Yeah i was thinking of clothesline but house like that was like that would be the last resort period. Took that red bull. You might have done it with a remedy. Money have didn't have any now but at the time he was different. You know and people were asking me that also because it was watching the last finals and he was still going off. It was amazing finals But i'm like is better now danny was back then. I don't think i could have garden the same way now. How did you try to guard him. He was back then. Because back. danny is shut was not as reliable as it is now so Pretty much bigger poison and a taller and big. and so that's why You know. I could guard him closer to the basket because our could match Was maybe heavier names. Well surely it's up from the outside the scott report. They don't think that you're this guy that's going to like this. Get a a quick But yeah very much of a speaker poison because adam rich non arm so just you know back up a little bit. Some space all wanting to do is not him going by me so as long as he was shooting me than it was like. Okay what is senate gonna be you know But now nowadays. I feel like his shot his way more reliable and and you cannot do that anymore yeah. He's added a lot to his game. I was i was doing analysts. Worked at the time. And i remember like saying the boris is going to his ability to guard him as a huge key for them because you spaced him made him shoot contested and he was big enough of physical enough around the rim to not give him easy. Looks like dues like me. I guarded lebrun. But he's just too big he's gonna finish over you at the rim. He's gonna knock me off my platform. You did a great job on him in a series. Though i was it was critical today. A take me back to you. Touched on like you need and it's not only defending lake. What it was like when we tried to defend kobe right because like it was my assignment alive. But you had to have five sets is locked in as a team and some of those shots there on me a lot on sportscenter but some of them on. You'll ask to arouse are you saying you're overrated as a defender. I never like uses gone to your best boat. Oppose his dubbed. Dan you know they got stopped in of all time is up. Upton think he shot over my face twice while you're right next to me seven oem. so yeah. exactly. I've gone to happen but yeah no i mean it's something that you gotta do you know together at a Be able to follow. You know these kind of players there is. There is those caliber players in the league. You don't stop them. You just trying to disrupt their game a little bit you try to get their percentage down but you cannot stop somebody like that. So it's really you know funneling and then like you know pushing to the hand like maybe going right is gonna should sixty five percent and going left is gonna sixty one so you wanna bush left. Try to get this little four percent So a lot of it was like that but relying on raja's was was big noise. I'd say look i. I talked to logan conversations. A darius miles said at the other day but a lot of fans you know and rightfully so you're the villain when you're trying to stop their favorite player but the point is you never stopping them so like the point when you close on their favorite player to that doesn't help by towards like i really believe it like all you're trying to do is disrupt and make it as tough as it can be for them. Run off with some percentage points from their field goal percentage. Keep him off the free. Throw line if you do that. You give your team a chance to win because you ain't stop like good obese. Good d all the time. You can't stop those kind of players. Yeah bobo how was it like what was it like playing against the The seventy three and nine warriors. Because you guys were people forget as a real you guys are probably one of the best regular season teams of all time that year and you guys got some some guys who are tough team for them to play. What was that like playing against them in the regular season and then go on to play them in the western conference. Finals wasn't congressman. I don't that was the next year. But how what was it like playing against them in the regular season your last year in san antonio I mean there were an amazing team arsenal in the thing that i could do in court like you can. Yeah same. you know. It's a team that you don't stop talking about player but like individually ask team Bad so many So many possibilities offensive you that You know if you disrupt or try to stop this guy this guy this Top sun's gonna have thirty five on you or Durant or you know curry so Strategy do whatever we're doing all season you know. Blake defense team defense playing together but Radio was it was achieved. I was you. Know unstoppable van was that a dynasty. Y'all really for c. Right because when when. I think you guys played them. Twenty twelve twenty thirteen. They were just a good team in the next year. They lose in the first round and all of a sudden fourteen fifteen. They're just. It's just a different level of basketball. Know if we've seen yet we're we're you guys are the top dogs in the western conference. You guys expecting the warriors to be that team that they were. Did you guys think oh we have. Two more. Years is a shot at the title. Yeah i mean you could see when you saw when you so Durant being team in the way that it was playing. I think he was when all of them were are there gabe You could see that. It was really really hard to do something. I want to know real quick before you. I know you're trying to catch some snow. Dog talk to me about what you're doing with the french. What what a french national team like. You said your general manager and like give us some names of of stuff in pipeline. Might we might see on. Nba court that your general fan would know about yet. You mean some players yes players. Yeah there is some already that just got drafted So one kid in in okay see deal is is doing really well And two kids in detroit. You got kitty. Anees and six julia so But very often they're all nineteen years old And so you can see. That came very very young in in in nba. And so he's going to take them. You know a couple of years to adjust and and to get to that level but you know great talented players Yeah we got a really young guy. like sixteen seventeen in france. Right now victoria went by. Emma was gonna also yeah. It's gotta be top drafted. What what's he do is the center While the sadder because he's like seven two but he can you know dribble between his legs step back should raise like his pray amazing and sixteen seventeen years old. Yeah okay all right man well. Spray about the same height is go bare but but shoots by just completely different than rudy. I like different type of game insurance. Who do we need to put some more respect on the french. National team's legacy. Because i don't know we do that. we need. Yeah we need to stop. What would was the last team that limited the us in the last will saying. Just say let's just say say i'm not gonna say we st. There's there's long work with. You know no fluoride. Does he worked with the ties in Is a is assistant coach. I'll tell him. I said what's shut me. What wilson look good and tell mom dad Paco martin tell everybody ought to go towards. Has the best family bro. the best. Maybe they'll funny raza. You've not only been a legend before you got on this podcast from rajat stealing all these stories. But you've gotten cosigned from steve. Kerr you've got cosigns from tim. Duncan on this podcast from a lot of different people on this podcast. And i just want to say you've lived up to every single expectation that the had of this podcast thank you so much boars for coming on your friend of the show and you could come on any time. I'll come back. I will come to like aboard. Oh from the boats boats talk all right next one from the boat or is out. Thank you so much for coming on the road.

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Be Kind

Frankie and Jess

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Be Kind

"Ninety seven one at's Frankie and just show podcast here on iheartradio. We'll tell you all of my. All of my sex advice comes from me and my GRANDPA. GRANDPA gives me the best advice I love my GRANDPA. The debt was everybody can meet Bobby. You lucky enough to have your grandparents and your life? The YOU WANNA laugh. Listen to me. That's all your grandparents. If you gotTA UP A. Do you WanNa laugh as your GRANDPA? Just see what he say. Cigarette pop went last time. Just to see what he says I promise you. It'll be the funniest her life. My grandpa never answer me. He just a bunch of stuff like this. This'll be sad GRANDPA. Has. Begley say hey. Hey, look at me. Okay Hey. Hey Hey. What do you know what I'd be all right? Okay. Let me tell you put that key door lock that. Okay Hey, give it a walk. Yes, I did yes I did. Odds role yet. What's? What does that mean? What did you just? Kills Millions Still listening to the interview with Joe Rogan Kevin Hart. That's a pretty long. That's funny. Seven zero nine. It's ninety civil ones. Hd Salt Lake's number. One hit music station with Frankie Ingest welcome into Wednesday. It's going to be another hot day today. We're looking at high somewhere around ninety and then tomorrow we're going to be into the mid to think mid-nineties the same thing for fraud, and then it sounds like it's cooling down for the weekend and we're GONNA. See some cool temps I think for Monday and Tuesday somewhere like in the sixties. Like the high. Crazy, so it's going to be a big cool down coming up sixty six. As you get up right now. We got a lot of things to get to. We've got the middle additional. Hollywood headlines in about thirty minutes. We'll tell you why we're talking about this and stories of celebs going above and beyond to be kind to. If you've got a story, and there's one that was in the news recently and Adalah listeners either four. Four in the forwarding, the story to me or tagging me in the story and it's just it's really cool story, but yeah, if you've got something where it was a sled that went above and beyond to be really kind to you love to hear it. Yeah, tool, set about thirty minutes, or we'RE GONNA. Come back into the middle edition of Hollywood headlines for Wednesday, what are we talking about? This is really cool news for area. `Grande. You've been listening to the ninety one HD Frankie and just show podcast right here on iheartradio. Before we get into the middle edition of Hollywood headlines. It goes along with yesterday's show, and everybody's been talking about and I'm glad that it's being talked about in Glen, we're. I think we're all glad that we've hit this point. where it seems like in hoping and praying that something will happen there. There will be some positive change. Change is coming from this. I can't see going I mean really. I mean just maybe that's just being optimistic. It does feel different right but I I guess we'd have to ask more people. You Know Yeah I. Think we're exposed to a lot working in the media to yeah, and I just I'm hoping in my gut. I'm hoping that this is it. This is one we're going to see some change for people for for injustice that some people have seen and felt more than others. Yeah, their whole lives turn. It's been. been happening for a long long time in this country, but this is from one of our listeners I'll call her missus X., and then we'll get into the middle edition. Hollywood headlines. He's a longtime listener. The show she's twenty-five. She's listened since she can remember with her mom dropping her sisters off and Mrs X. off at School Elementary School, she said your show has been a major impact on me in that it's been the most consistent thing in my life and constant she said almost every week or every weekday morning for the past nine years I've made sure to listen to the show I actually live in another state, so I'm not GonNa say the state only because of I don't want you know if there's still some family here I just don't want her to get grief for what she's saying. or to come back to bite her She said I live in another state I. Don't go day without listening. Listening to the podcast I listened to the podcast today, so I got this late last night, so she's talking about yesterday. Show where opened up the phones to allow listeners to be heard regarding racism racism in the community in the country. I, never get to listen live because of the time difference, but this is one episode I wish I could have called in for. She said I grew up with a stepfather was an active member of the Brotherhood and believed in Nazism. Female and will never understand what it's like to be a person of color living in America. However I have seen the other side, the side of the oppressor, and the side of the true hatred, almost every day of my life for many years, I witnessed incomprehensible hate I felt the emotions of many people. My stepfather terrorized. even thought I was taught. She said even though I was taught. taught to hate people for their ethnicity or skin color at a very young age. I could feel it was hateful and I could feel it was wrong. I always knew I never wanted to resemble that audiology I saw my stepfather throw his food on the ground of a fast food worker, because a man of color made it in demand demanded it that it'd be remade. I watched him spin. Spin on. People with different ethnicities are her racial slurs. On a daily basis I saw graphic images and witnessed violence that to this day I. Don't know how to talk about it. A man who literally had the words skinhead tattooed on his knuckles along with a swastika symbols. could not convince me to hate the way that he did I guess I have two points, said despite our circumstances. Circumstances what we are raised to believe what we are conditioned to believe, there is a point it's our responsibility to seek out what truly is just and morally right in their job to question what we are told and taught to listen to our gut when things don't feel right and former own opinion, to she said racism has always been here. I can't even begin to count the. Instances of blatant racism. I've witnessed and that's just one person, one hateful person to cause harm to more lives than I can remember a became less socially acceptable and now fortunately live in a time where we can pull a plotter phones and spread the awareness that it's real These extremist groups do exist. They are secretive, and they thrive off of contention. They want violent retaliation. They WANNA excuse their in justify their agenda. I will never experienced that hate and I cannot speak. Speak to it, but I wanted to share my thoughts, so thank you for listening for always being constant I will continue to take the show with me. Always love you guys. Oh my gosh, so yeah, that's crazy to see to see that side where we talk about people that are filled with hate and she grew up with it and thank God she. You know 'cause there are wrong. Yeah, because there are people because we talk about that in an hate, breeds hate. and Luckily, and fortunately for her, and for people around her, and sounds like I'm not sure she has kids, but you know she was able to see in feeling her gut. Because unfortunately, there are a lot of people out there that. Don't yeah, you know. They see it in their life. Oh, it's taught. Yeah, they learn it and they go on, and they just limit. Limit and they think that it's okay. That is so. That's a crazy story I. Mean I just like break that breaks my heart for I. can't even imagine you know being exposed to that and having to live with that. That's that's tough. Wow, so thank you for the email and thank you for listening to us and taken us with you wherever you go. Appreciate that are let's get into the middle edition of Hollywood headlines Militia Hollywood headlines. This morning is brought to you by Davis Vision in South Jordan well, this is pretty cool, so she is. What area Grandes mid mid-twenties Kylie. So. Is Killing it. She's killing on the charts, so it's rare to score a number one hit on the billboard one hundred. But Areana as done it four times. With Lady, Gaga with. Your rain rain on me up, so it's take this just the past year and a half like Rhonda is so talented, so thank you next was November of twenty eighteen seven rings. Was February of two? Thousand, nineteen SEC with you with Bieber was last month, and then this month with Gaga rain on me or hits. That is huge in a year and a half, and no other artists has done that I mean. She made history with that good for her and then neat. Okay, so yeah six. Are you still fighting with her? Did you guys make up Kylie your music so? We, so that was really cool news. Twenty seven coming up June twenty six right now we have June yeah. It's GonNa Be June twenty three days. So. That's awesome news and then Leeann Michelle is in big trouble. Did you hear the yesterday I did but he and I was reading this and I thought well, and then I remember there were some other people that call her out. She's been called out many times over the years. Other people that have worked with her for being means it sounds like we're there smoke or fire with us. She's a Brat. She's a Brat. Brat from what we've heard over the years, but this is even more so so the Samantha where she was on Glee back in Twenty fifteen, and she's an African American actress, and she played Jane Hayward on the sixth season of Glee and so I, guess Lee. Michelle was honoring blackout, Tuesday yesterday and she was posting about on social and this Samantha saw that and she was like l. m.. A. O. Remember when I. Had My first TV GIG and you made my life a living hell. She said I'll never forget it. I believe you told everyone that. If you had the opportunity, you would go to the bathroom and my wig. She said and then other things that made me question my career in Hollywood. It was because of you, and so at first people were like Whoa. Where's this coming from? And I guess, Leave Michelle had an endorsement with hellofresh, which is fabulous by the way I love hellofresh. We've had them for a long time and They ended up dumping her yesterday because they were just saying. We can't condone racism nor discrimination of any kind, and so they said you know obviously there are recent claims concerning Michelle and she was one of their spokespeople, and so they terminated their partnership effective immediately. And then people were thinking okay. Maybe this was just a conflict between two co-stars to co workers right so people started doing some digging some investigations and I guess other people that were on glee, because Glee went on for quite some time. They were saying that Samantha was right. They were like yeah. She was a jerk to her. She was always coming at her. Her and like you said it wasn't just the Samantha Gal. It was other people over the years that Lee Michelle had issues with Hailee. Steinfeld, so I guess it was back in two thousand eleven She's twenty three now. Hailee Steinfeld but said that Leah made her cry on the paramount lot, so I would assume that the glee it must have been on glee. About right nine years ago when it was was. I usually go when it was I love that Haley. She's a sweetheart now. She's such a sweetheart. Yeah but it's so everybody was obviously very upset by that, and to hear how Lee Michelle treats, people and I had forgotten that she's had a lot of conflicts until you brought that up and it's true. We had reported stories over the years where people you know, she would go into the big boss's office if she had a problem with somebody and ultimately have them fired. There was another one who was Gosh. It was another that was on there with her and I think it came down to her. Getting fired because she and Liam Michelle had issues was yeah. I can't think of her name. Oh No somebody pretty popular. Big Time. They blamed it on the other girl not Liam Shell. So who knows man who knows crazy right and then Sharon stone. She had a whole tutorial yesterday on social media. Did you guys see her instagram? It's actually I'm good advice how to build your own panic room. At Your Alice Sharon stone stone. She's like you know pandemic everything that's going on in two thousand and twenty. She's like you need to prepare yourself, so she said to her advice was to make your bathroom panic room. least amount of windows right. She said plus having a toilet plus I know people that you do have these really like pretty elaborate, which is not a bad thing if you, if you have the resources in the in the money and the and the space in wherever you're living a bad thing to have your lot of celebrities do have panic rooms, but this is for like us. Salute so use the bathroom. The bathroom put pillows and blankets in the TUB She said to stock up on food and water. Maybe have a cooler in there with like protein bars, or you know some route leathers, things like that things that don't perish easily She just talked about having your computer. Your cell phones all your chargers and block any entry, so you're blocked in the bathroom She said if you are a person that gets really anxious. Maybe have your panic medications with you. Select your CBD from farmer and. And chemist, and then she said, and you know. Stay safe, but don't overreact, but it's just a place where you can go where you know you have everything, and you can feel safe and secure. She said you know things in life you know happen. She said twenty twenty. It's been a very eventful year, and she said we. We always prevail, and and things always find their way to to going back to where they're supposed to be. You know are better and so she said just just trying to help people with preparedness. And, if you made a video depending on what kind of panic room talking about I mean you gotTa have a secure door because usually when I hear panic room I, think of you know like the movie you run into that. If somebody's trying to come into your house. Like that type of pet hodel. Don't. That's what she's talking about and I'm sure she maybe elaborate center video. So, how long was the video? It was quite it was quite long. Maybe she does. Yeah, really get into it in depth, yeah! Long for instagram video. Come on twenty twenty here. I can't even do more than like. UNFOR- thirty seconds and I was out. Of School because yeah, a lot of celebs obviously have the resources, but this was just you know like for us. Everyday beeps that we needed somewhere to camp out and then Garth Brooks so this is fun, so he and his wife have this inside studio G. They have like a little. They have episodes that they talk. And they play music, and I just love these two and at first I was kind of like when hooked up I was of torn because you know he's with. With his wife Sadie for so long, and they had their three girls together, and he went out on the road with Tricia Earwood, and she was single, and I was like Oh. That's not good to be on the road you know, and then ended up. Garth got divorced in interest in. He got married, and they've been married for quite some time. I think this is Tricia, his third marriage, but her longest. She's been with Garth for fifteen years or something, but they just talked about. You know that we will get through twenty twenty and everything that's been going on and talked about sometimes it feels like the world is burning, and you feel alone and garth. He's an eternal optimist, and we know that and he's like I. Don't see it that way. It's like this. Is You know this is how we're learning in how we're growing and growth painful sometimes and he said we'll get through. Through this, and then people were requesting that he played his song it, which was such a good song. We shall be free from nineteen, ninety-two and just one of those songs that is all about unity among the human race, and so he ended up performing that in inside their studio episode, and they were one of the first ones when the pandemic started to do the recordings of the life. Stuff yeah performances at home. Yeah, it was Keith Keith urban was one of them, and then garth and Tricia, and then garth and Tricia had one on CBS that was televised, and it was so good I'm hoping they do it again because I really enjoyed it, but just just a cute couple in just super positive and fun, and then check out all the Hollywood headlines Picks I post him weekdays at Frankie. Just Dot Com, and then we've got more stories coming up at eight twenty. What do we have under the frigging just page? Look at protests of obviously celebrities. Celebrities that we've been talking about over the past couple of days and the peaceful protests and there's some great photos on here like and then people come in at other people so pink was saying. Hey, if you're a racist or fee of problem with me, you know supporting black lives matter than you can unfriendly. It's a quick click. Don't worry about it I'm not going to miss you, so so pink was talking about that Cole. He ended up getting arrested. He said they were you know in the midst of a peaceful protest, but they were. Anyway in Santa Monica and he was like he was fine with it was find to get arrested for the cause and he's isn't. He's in cody as the twins. Okay, so is he the one that just broke up with lily? Yeah, okay, he okay. I get the twins. Stop there's a cool picture of Jay. Z and baby blue on there we've got blake lively and Ryan Reynolds talked about them yesterday. They donated I think two hundred thousand dollars to the N. double ACP because they got married back in the day on plantation in South Carolina and they regret that, and so they wanted to bring awareness to that. We have that shirt that we talked about Vanessa. Bryant posted that that Kobe were that shirt a few. Few years ago, I can't breathe and that was because of Eric. Garner was in the news. I, think that kind of SPA on that. And that was the same type of deal where he was on the streets in Staten, island, because my wife Tammy, and I were talking about as I saw that it was like who is the. I can't remember the the black man that was. It was kind of the same deal where the cops grabbed. Grabbed him, and they put him in this show called right there on the sidewalk, and it was just crazy. I can't breathe. I can't breathe and did he was yeah. That was Eric Garner. So I think that's where that phrase initially came from, and then of course George Floyd said the same thing when when the cop was kneeing him on his neck in Minneapolis, so that's kind of I. Think why that was resurfacing. Because get one that years. Years Ago Kobe did well now. A Sad. It was Georgia's daughter's mother. That was speaking yesterday a press conference. Georgia's daughter is six, and she was just saying how she's not going to see her daddy when she's growing up and he won't walk her down the aisle. It was really sad so former NBA player. Stephen I think Stephen Jackson, so he went on record yesterday and said that he will be there for George Floyd's. Dollars. Go Miss that I'M GONNA be there for I'm going to walk down. I'm going to be there for I'm via white period. I'm. Flawed might not be here, but I'm here for her I'm here, I'm here to. Go, get Jessica, my brother. That's kind of cool. He's GonNa take care of her in the family and then this year so yesterday. George. Floyd's brother and George Florida's from Houston think it was sixty thousand plus people that were marching in Houston. Here's a clip of George Floyd's brother. Is bigger than my brother. We got kids growing up. Dig It they say man who makes seven thirty three coming up here in a few minutes. We'll get into this topic stories about celebs going above and beyond be kind of. We'll set that up and there's a really cool story setting it up coming up. Ninety seven one ht's Frankin just show podcast here on iheartradio. So. Here's a clip here. I thought this was really neat, and maybe little positively this morning as far as and we talk about celebs, and we talk about the good and the bad, and this is one of those chances to maybe highlight some of the the good stories about celebs that you've had a run in with where they went above and beyond. Beyond to be kind so I'm GONNA. Play this clip of audio. And it was it was it went viral about maybe a week and a half two weeks ago and I had a lot of listeners tagging me because they know I'm a big fan of the student at a chance to meet him when he was in town last, September so. So he was up at the Capitol for this big press conference, and then they opened up the vans skate park. It was right before well. It was it was this skate competition, but it's the Skate Park. That's permanent. Right there at the fairgrounds, so it's this beautiful skate park talk talking about Tony. Hawk yeah, and somebody that I've been A. A fan of and looked up to since I was a kid. He's a little older than me, but when he started skating I, mean he is, he's like a skating God. Yeah, I mean he is the godfather of skating. He really is, and he's just the Nice. Guy And I've heard stories and I. Follow Him on twitter, so people always send me. Messages when hey the check out his twitter, and he he he has this really self-deprecation about himself for he'll talk about. When he's just out and about because he knows that. He's just he's really grounded man with he knows who he is normal God, normal dude, and and full from. He's from California. Believe originally, so he's a California kid. But he talks about when people they know the name and they're like Tony Hawk Wonder what he's doing in you know he'll. He'll come back with something just trying to get a rental car. Wonder he's doing now. Thinking that you know that it's the hit. You have the same name as Tony. Hawk and he's actually Tony Hawk and he'll come back with just this. Stuff like that and they'll put those little things. Those exchanges on his twitter feed when he has this normal run INS with people and it's just kind of fun, but Here's a story about Tony Hawk and it has to do with this kid in. And this Fedex driver that actually prompted this really feel good story or ago. Today I. See this Little Kid chasing my truck, trying to flag me down. He's like excuse me. Excuse me so pullover Mike a man. What's up he's. Can You mail something for me? He says get this to Tony Hawk for me. Tell him from Cooper. And I just thought it was adorable. Obviously I can't. Tony Hawk. I don't know Tony Hawkes address, but The least I could do was put it out there in the universe so Tony if you see this cooper twenty Georgia's a big Fan Maybe you can give them a shout out and the maximum drive by his house I'll show them the video and it'll probably make his whole life, so that's kind of where it started and within hours, so it was this skate deck that this kid Cooper had it was all thrashed, and his name was on it, and he just wanted to get it over to Tony that that's all just let him know that he was a fan and it was. You could tell by looking at it like this kid was a hardcore little skater. RIP IT UP. Yeah, and then was within hours of that video like I, said going out from that fed ex driver. What's up? It's Tony Hawk and I just want to say. Thank you so much for the skateboard. It's on its way to my house already and as the thank you gift. I'm going to send you my skateboard this one right here that I'm. So happy that we were able to use social media in a positive way connecting with one another working together to make somebody's Day because that's for us all about. Anybody's got a story. Yeah me to write. Stories if anybody has a story, even if it's a smaller story where everybody Celeb- just going above and beyond so above, and beyond to be nicer client. You've been listening to the ninety seven. Wednesay HD Frankie and just show podcast right here on iheartradio. we're going to get into the CELEB- topic in just a second here I wanted to play this clip of audio because Ed mentioned it a few minutes ago from Oprah. We were talking yesterday blackout. Tuesday and we've been talking, and still you know if you want to continue on the conversation, emails and texts, and this is an email for one of our listeners that may be some other listeners can offer up some some advice for her and we do. Do have some resources. Don't talk about that in a second posted it Frankie and dot com, and maybe this is something that we even talked to Dr Burton about on Monday. Maybe he can offer up some advice for this play that clip from Oprah and then we'll get into this email from this list here. We go no black mother, who hasn't had the conversation with your son about making the adaption to when you were stopped having the right demeanor in. In, the right behavior and going into that whatever is necessary to keep yourself alive, so this is along those lines with this listener who reached out yesterday after hearing her Social Senate didn't have a chance to text or call in during blackout Tuesday, but I wanted to see if you could reach out to other listeners for some advice, so maybe if there's somebody that's listening you know in. You're listening right now, and you can either call in or text. Text us. or maybe email and we'll share it tomorrow whenever we can but I'm a mixed, female, black, white and Latino with a primarily black ten year old son. currently does not know about all what's on with the protests and black lives matter movement however is afraid of the police. Due to some family shows. We've seen that have addressed the issues lightly so even like if you watch shows like blackish. They've because they're very socially conscious. TV Show wondering if there our listeners with kids in a similar age range and possibly ethnic background that have informed their kids in. How basically how should I discuss it with them in tips on how what I can tell them I don't want to be afraid of the police. We have very close friends that our officers at the same time right now things are scary especially for black males in our society. He's sweet kid as a tender heart and I WANNA keep that I would love any feedback if possible longtime listener. Listener love you guys and appreciate the support. You've shown the community and the current issue, so yeah, if you're listening and you can text into the show if you've got some some advice for for our listener, or you want to call into the show at eight, two, one, five, seven, one, nine, seven, one or email us will share this, and maybe we'll even address this with Dr Burton on Monday I love that, and that's the thing too i. think there are were saying. Kylie's enough there. There was a press conference yesterday and and just better ways finding solutions. Because when we were growing up, we were always taught that you know find a police officer. Help you although save you, but obviously that's not the situation. If you are a black purse, and that was the you know what I've shared growing up with my dad You know he's like which you know in in in most. Most cases I think that is, but but again if you're of color, I can't speak to that. We can't speak to you know so. We don't know we don't have the same experience. We don't want to come across as insensitive in that like we're planning awfully because or downplaying it by any means, but it was the same thing growing up. My Dad's you. You know the police are your friends, and unfortunately it's not the case for everybody. Yeah, just never having eight have thought about that until everything we've been talking about, and it's just A. It's unfortunate, so there are ways that you can address this. And this was interesting. I saw the piece on the today. Show as for as they posted it and posted a Franken. Franken just dot com how to talk to your kids about racism, protests and injustice, and they break it down from from young I. Mean Preschool Kindergarten to elementary school high school I love for the different ages, so I sent that over to our listener. Yesterday said this might help, and then of course will throw it out as well so if there's anybody listening. Listening that wants to offer up some advice at eight to nine four five again, call us at eight, O, one, five, seven, one, nine, seven one, or you can email us, and we'll share it, and then maybe on Monday. We'll have Dr Burton address that we have some other things but that could be something that he could speak to because his wife. Wife is a childhood psychologists and therapists. They're an amazing couple. They really are good people, so she would have so we'll give him. Maybe we can do that now. Reach out to him and just maybe even send over the article so he can kind of refer to that, but he can ask Linda's his wife, and kind of go from there so. So that'd be Monday at nine forty, but yeah, if you want to chime in, we'd love to hear from you. We're talking about celebs that go above, and beyond be kind and using the example with Tony Hawk, and it was just a cool story that was about a week and a half ago in the news, and it was this little kid in Georgia. Georgia Little Kid in Georgia that was he's a skater and they Miss Cooper and he wanted to. He found this fedex driver in the neighborhood is like hey, can you get this to Tony? Hawk, deck a snake a deck, so there's no trucks or wheels on this deck and it says Cooper on it. It was just the board for US skateboard yeah yes. It's just you know it's just. It's thrashed and it looks like he's a hardcore. Little Skater just wanted to get to show Tony Hawk that he's Fan and in in this guy from Fedex is like I. Don't know if we put a video on I think Tiktok and got it out there within hours. Tony's people crazy now within hours, and they were responding. Tony was responding back and that's just the way he is. He's just that kind of guy. Guy Could do never heard stories. You know kind of ones that were public, not so public and he's just. That type of dude loves a really caring guy loves his fans as all people should be exactly be a good person, and it's unfortunate, though you know like with celebs through these stories and you're like what trump did they really say that or do that? And and you? Sure you might have moments. Re catch him. Out on a bad day or an off day, but then you hear stories, certain celebs where that's kind of the Oh totally, that's there. That's the way they roll sucks. You hear those but Tony Hawkes. Not One of them somebody texted and said Hey, did you hear about the The eleven year old kid in South America that beat Tony's famous nine hundred I did. I saw the video? That's crazy is pretty hard core. But yeah, so we wanted to know in you had a phone call from one of our listeners was able to go on with us. What did she say? Yeah, so her name's renee and she said that her son when he was about ten years old he loved like Travis. McCoy and I guess he was in town, and just was a meet and greet with trump's McCoy i. think and I guess Somehow they got in contact. Jess and just held travis. McCoy's like people back so that they could. Do. You remember that I don't remember yesterday. That's awesome. As soon as you said, the name was like a blast from the past. Cool so cool. I know like it was about you know, don't you? That I'm not as Like so cool! That's neat. Story Listener Brady said He wanted to give a shoutout to kneel from royal. Bliss Neal's a bad yeah, he he was like You know as far as celebs go. He said he always is nice with everything that he's ever seen or heard about him. And he said he remembers that it was our anniversary show, so neal was there. Yeah, I think it was so as that might the twentieth anniversary. He thinks maybe yeah, so he was there, and he said he went out of his way and I. do remember when it was. Probably was the twentieth when out of his way to meet one of the young fans there and signed some stuff for yeah, there's a little royal bliss. Those guys man still a huge fan, too, and he one of the best bosses I've ever heard in music ever, and they are all like Nice Dude, so yeah, that's what's What's cool about those dudes family guys? Royal Bliss their local guys. We get tax we did. This was the real one which I thought was pretty cool, so some of the ourselves players have sent employees that were furloughed personal checks just to help them out. In these difficult times. My cousin works for ourselves and started crying when he got the check. Y, Wow, right, and it's not like I mean, and they make good money, but it's not like it's NFL money. You know they're not making like millions of dollars, so that's. I mean that's that's cool. Ninety, seven, one DHT's Franken just show podcast here on iheartradio. It is ninety one. Salt Lake's number. One hit music station with Frankie ingests eight fourteen so with the email that we had a little bit ago from our listeners. WanNa share that one we got we. We had a couple of emails. Few different text I should say that came in and we do have some books that are mentioned with this the story or I should say this. It's an article in from to the today. Show with experts on there and talk to your kids about basically everything that's going. Going on racism the injustice has gone on in the world so in from different ages to from kindergarten preschool kindergarten to elementary school through high school, because your kids are at different stages, and that sort of thing so that they can handle mentally exactly how to Kinda start the conversation. It's okay to not have the answers to you're talking and and it really some helpful resources with that, so it's a frankie. Just dot com, and there's some books at the tail end of that, too. With good resources, but we're going to still reach out to Dr Burden Aspen Grove counseling for Monday at nine forty and his thoughts on this, because his wife, a child therapist, so she was a professional in that sense and he is as well. She's primarily children Zach and kind of what we're talking about. And it was one of our listeners, saying that her son is ten and he's mostly black, and and and you know he hasn't. She said with some of the shows. He doesn't really he doesn't really know what's going on right now, but some of the TV shows that he's seen in how they address things socially in the world is. Kind of scaring them and she said look. You know where they have people that law enforcement. It's family friends and they don't. She doesn't want him to scare. Yeah, she said he has a tender heart says she wants to have these conversations because you know fortunately being black in a black male in this country is dangerous, and that's kind of what we've been talking about, and that's where we are right now. in this world and there's some good hopefully it's. It's going to come out of this with protests and everything, but we have some Texan two nine, four five. We want to share. Yeah, that's been said they're helping. Raise their nieces and nephews and their by racial. They just taught them to be kind respectful to everyone. Especially officers, you know those are people that are willing to put their lives on the line for us, and they deserve ultimate respect. So that's what you know the way. They're raising their children. Several books on how to bring up racism to your kids and have the conversation. And then somebody said they tag on Instagram There's some appropriate books about racism and yeah a lot of good resources, and like you said you had a kylie post all of that at Franken just dot com with the today show. Yeah, and some of the books that are there. I'll look at my instagram so I appreciate that and the tagging with that but ways to make sunshine by Renee, Watson is one of. Of the books, immagination black voices on black futures by Natasha Merrin. Is another book stamped racism anti-racism in you by Jason Reynolds in X. Canned so there's several books that are posted. Oh yeah, so as far as resources and just ways to discuss things that are going on right now with the things in the world with your kids again at frankly just dot com. We're GONNA. Come back here late. Edition of Hollywood headlines for Wednesday. What are we talking about? Somebody checked into Rehab. You've been listening to the ninety seven one HD Frankie and just show podcast right here on iheartradio. Cashmere me outside. How about that? Danielle. We need our jams. Finder, so she this poor girl and we forget when she was kind of thrust into the spotlight on Dr Phil. She was like fourteen something like that. She's seventeen now. She still underage and she ended up checking into Rehab. So this is heartbreaking. What your thoughts and feelings are, and we love to jab her just because she definitely loves the attention but She's struggling, so she has obviously some past trauma from her childhood which you saw Dr Phil. Play out Dr Phil. Good. there. How? This is Kylie's ringtone when I call lean. It should be ringtone. Really Megan your ringtone. Send you the MP threes. Hilarious, so yeah, she checked in to get health. like I said from her trauma from childhood substance. Abuse I guess she's taking prescription pills, which is sad. I mean that's such. You know one of the big killers in this country especially here in the State of Utah with sad is. She is a millionaire because she went Dr Phil. that. Thing you're right, you know, or it's makes it even more satisfied, sect totally yeah. And she's young and I. Mean it just yeah, it's destructive, so she could be in Rehab for like thirty to ninety days her management. Yes, she has a team. They said the very proud of her for recognizing that she needs help and seeking that out, so they don't obviously disclose where she is I guess she's been there for a few weeks. Now and I'm just glad she's getting help but I mean she seventeen like i. said I think she was on Dr Phil when she's fourteen or fifteen and she I mean she's really talented. She does have a record deal. You're right. She got like think What was she got like a word for her record? It was like a million dollars like a bonus, and so a lot of money I know she paid off her mom's house. Her mom had issues for quite some time, and she paid off from Mom's house, but their relationships of up and down. You know mothers daughters that can be rough. Sometimes. Let's lame about it. Is You know it's? It's one of those stories where this crazy behavior and she's rewarded for it I. Know I mean that's where where it's like what I mean was a train wreck to see her on their. You know with her mom. Yeah, sad, but it went viral. You know when things go viral. Then all of a sudden you're famous, and then you know, but like I. said she definitely is talented she she's musically inclined. And so that was able to come from that, but a lot of money at a young age, and that kind of a background is not a good mix. And then Nikki, Bella so she's pregnant with her first baby, and she's going to have her baby in August so a couple more months to go, and she is engaged to her fiance are temp, so he is the guy from dancing with the stars, so they already live together, and they wanted to get married this year, but with cove it and everything that's going on. She postponed the wedding and people are like. Oh, no, she postponed with John Cena like she the runaway bride. What's happening and Oh, are you? Did you WANNA look? Good you don't want you to. Keep it there. was. Talking about? Talking back. Okay I'll get. It posted Nikki in her closet. Yeah, that's her closet. Heck? Yeah, that's her closet. Look at that. Out in the This over here to the right with the picture that we're looking at this think rollaway. A lot of have that do that. Yeah, it's pretty cool because that you can tell. That's a bedroom, but she's made it a clause. She's got so many rooms in that house, but yes, so she's thirty weeks showing ten weeks ago. She looks amazing. Oh man her sister like one or two weeks apart. They're both pregnant and her sister's having her second baby, but but yeah, so people are like wait. Okay, so she postponed the wedding to John Cena. They broke up now. She's postponing the wedding tour. Baby, Daddy, and so people are like she is she truly the runaway bride, but it's because Kovic. She said you know what I have always dreamt of having a really big fund wedding I. Want a massive party and want to Bash I. Want Everything I've dreamed of and I don't want to set a. A date right now, because of Kobe, because we're having a baby. She's like there's so much uncertainty right now. She said a lot of my friends that were supposed to get married this year and had deposits down on different venues didn't get their money back, so she said I'm just kind of you. Know Holding things off. Obviously, the baby's GONNA come in a couple of months I'm just GONNA. Chill out for a little bit, but she said she's you know she's been having a hard time. She's like it's hard not to get depressed in these times, and she's been trying to keep herself happy and positive and hanging out with family, boy or girl, or don't we know? Gosh I forget what she's having a girl. Girl I wonder if her, so her sister has a girl, and I don't know for sisters, having another girl or not, so yeah, good question also check that out and then Fred Willard always love him. He ended up passing away and we talked about that. He was eighty six, and so they got his death certificate back and I guess it was cardiac. Cardiac Arrest so we had coronary artery disease, and then he had this other I'm not sure this kind of mellow spastic something syndrome, so His family said he passed away peacefully, and he was making them happy until the very end, he was a veteran of the armed forces. He had sixty years and entertainment, and they said he'd have us. He kept moving at in and making us happy, and we just love him so much, and we're going to miss him forever, so yeah, eighty six years old and he was in everything. You know who Fred Willard is, and it makes sense because I remember as a child watching him in in all kinds of things and I just remember. I loved his just obscure interest as his. He's weirdness. He was a goofball and I love that you know everything that he was on pretty much. He was that way. And we've had them on the show years ago. He called into this show, so we weren't fortunate enough to have him in studio, but we were fortunate enough to have on the line. He was hilarious. He's just out there. Love, the duties. This got a one of those energies. Man Like we're near. You know either on the phone with them or I get. I would say that probably in the same room with them. You feel yeah. She's like infectious in you. Just like Kinda drawn to him, he was an Austin. Powers Harold and Kumar Wally. Anchorman. He's been attentive. He was on episodes of the Bachelor and the Bachelorette with Chris Harrison. He would judge the competition. He is so funny and he's going to be missed. I mean his comedy, and like you said his energy just a good dude, and then coming up at nine twenty one stick around. We're GONNA talk about this Hollywood couple. They cannot quit each other. Take a break the back together. Just get married already. You guys are obviously is supposed to be together, and it's toxic thing. It's not like they're you know it's they just? WanNa. See too much because I. don't want to give it away, but they're very focused on their careers. And then they're like Oh i! Miss you, but they don't date other people so I'm like you guys are definitely. You definitely are supposed to be together so cool. protesting news with Kiki Palmer. Everybody's talking about that yesterday. we have some. Let's see. It looks like an update on the twilight star that ended up passing away in Vegas. Sure your wife. Tammy knows who that is because she loves the twilight series and then Liam Shell so we talked about her last hour and she under fire yesterday. Yesterday because one of her former co stars Samantha Murray wear called her out because Liam Michelle had tweeted black lives, matter and Samantha was like really, and so she said some things about Leeann Michelle on social media and Lima Shell responded so I'll have her response, and if you missed what I'm talking about, you can check out the Franken just podcast. Bet Moore's coming up at nine twenty. Ninety seven one ht's Frankie and just show podcast here on iheartradio. Here's what we're talking about. If you're just tuning into the show, so this is just know where we are whether and why we're talking about it and I think it's probably pretty common here in the State of Utah because you big families, and you have families. Maybe living within You know the same neighborhoods across the street next door to each other, so there's a woman in the UK. That recently posted something about our situation on a parenting form. She says their husbands parents. This messed up about it is the. It sounds like they did it. And either didn't discuss it. 'cause. She's not cool with it, but they just bought the house next door. and. She's worried that she's not going to be able to You know handle it because she calls her inlaws judgmental, so you've got that now. Right next door to you. She's thinking about splitting up with her husband who they have a really good relationship, but this is making her or making. Yeah, making her resent him. and. Just. Yeah, we! We'd throw it out because it is common like they can pretty common here. So would you be cool with the in laws living in the same neighborhood, right next door or across the street, so we've got some tax and I know we have somebody holding on the line. Are they cool with US using the name? So what's her name? Ashley, Ashley? How you doing? I'm good. How are you doing great, so are you in this right now or is this something that you can relate to? I'm actually in it right now, so we ended up buying a house three houses down from my in laws house. Like down the street. And it's it's really nice because I can take my son up to my in laws and she could watch him and. If I need to cut the shoulder. I can say hey. Can You bring me down to Cup, but? It's really Nice I love it, and so is your husband, so it's you said it's the in laws, so it's your husband's parents and is he's probably I. would think if you guys bought the House that you both are on the same page in your both good with it. Yeah we were we were living in their basement and then this. How can for cell? And it. It kind of just fell into last basically, so they helped us remodel and. It's really convenient for us is cool. Sounds like everybody gets along same page and it's nice to have helped your son, and that's the thing I know why a lot of people wanna live close. Do you want help with the kids? But then if there's sometimes the grandparents feel like you're being taken advantage of. We're not your babysitter. We won't be grandparents, but sounds like you only got one kid, so they're all good. So. How long have you been? To. So, what did you have that like? How did that conversation go down? we basically just said. Hey, just give us a heads up before coming over, so we're not running around in our underwear or you know things like that. It's like I said a little earlier. It's just a it's just respect you know they. You just want to let the person or people know like. If you're coming over and vice versa, don't just do the because when you start having that pop in the unannounced pop in it's it's just it's rude. It's rude and some people they you hear stories like we've. We've talked about this over the years and I remember hearing stories of there's some in the text here because I haven't looked into what we have, you know coming into the show, but where people just open up the door, so you have like an in law or a mother in law, Father Law, whatever father yeah, and they just open up the door without. Even imagine that way like. That would not be good. My, father-in-law has a garage door opener to so she'll just open up the garage and come in and grab things and then run right out, but he always tells us when he's coming over. These is giving you the heads up, and it sounds like it works, and like I said I've got neighbors in the in the neighborhood like right across the street and right next door and they've got a another, so it's. So it's the sister that lives across the street. Her brother Mike lives next door. So that's Janie, across the street, her brothers Mike, and then they've got a sister that lives maybe four houses down, just right across the street, and then their parents. All of their parents live just around the corner I mean that's all of you know I mean it's within you know within half a mile. Not even it's right. Right around the corner. I mean it's literally down the the block down our streets. And then you make a left, and it's right there, so there's not even walking. You don't even get to a stop sign until you get to the end of their street and the right there, so I mean it's but it all. It seems to work and they you know they love each other and you. Are you okay? Okay Son Just walked in. Instant! Sounds like maybe. A little goose I wasn't. It's my father-in-law. He just wanted to say hi. Three came down. What's his name? His name's roper. How old is Roper? He will be two in August. Cute, Roper. Where did you come up with the name Roper? I like that. my son or my husband grew up on a farm and he's always loved the Rodeo. Though. He grew up thinking his first son was going to be roper I love it. I was thinking either that or three's company Mr Mr Rocard. You're killing all right. Have a great day. Thanks for calling and thanks for listening to actually thinks love you guys. Zero, eight, two, nine, four, five, or talking about the in laws. Would you be cool with them? Living right near you either across the street next door down the street some people are in it i. just wanted to know kind of either both sides of it. Are you cool that yesterday? Two nine, four, five, five, seven next to my mother-in-law for twenty years. It's not bad and as she ages it's. It's easier to take care of her. And the property also so live on the same block with one of my children and my brother, so they're all about it this that I would never live next to my in laws or even my own parents I appreciate space, and they always want go to church. Even though I haven't been in years, it's always a battle, so no thanks and they'll be like. WanNa tour, watching me we helped. Let's move my in laws down the street from us. Yes, on purpose, it's been great especially for our kids. They've easier access to the grandparents will and I know. My Mom and dad were in Detroit. So that was a a ways away, but brought him out here to Salt Lake and so there. My Mom and my addison passed away, but my mom is six. I, mean six minutes and literally by car. You know, so, it's it's. It's nice having a close because she's almost eighty two. Two none yes, not as close so that's that's kind of a neat thing and you love our He loves her grandparents and loves NONA, so keep This one said I would love to live close my in laws and Let's see Miami would love to live close to my parents. I won the in lottery when I married my Hubby, and he says the same thing, so they on both sides. Our cool that either way so that'd be good with it. What about you Kylie okay? So you in your Fiance Danny? Let's say okay, so you're living with his DAD Jimothy or Jimbo. So, what what okay you would be cool or not cool with their. Maybe I want to put you on the spot or whatever, but have you had the talk of maybe living in the same neighborhood as Jimbo, or what about like, if it were the perfect world with your Mama not up a campus? Yeah, we've been looking for houses and we have actually like we've mainly made the decision on living least like we're gonna live an hour away from each family. on sides but I think we had. Had talked about it and just like you know you the talk about boundaries, but I don't want. We didn't want to offend anyone. Dot Com, that kind of stuff and so I don't know I think we just kind of like decided that it would be easier to make the decision to have a house. That wasn't as close, so you have the physical distance. Yeah, Hey, what do you want us to do? I mean there's a lot of traffic out there. We're not going to be able to make it. We'll do it next. That's a good. That's a good way good way to get around it. Totally this H and nine four five grew up in a circle. Everybody in the circle were cousins. Grandma lived in the house behind me. We all loved it. We were really close this text eight to nine, four five already live next to the in laws. The time I don't mind they. They only get on my nerves. Sometimes kids love dropping in on grandma and GRANDPA whenever they want. That's cool would never be okay with my hubby's parents moving next door hubs, mom is gossipy and judgmental. The sense of my mom's family lives all on the same block except for her. We were the black sheep for living five miles away. Oh my Gosh! Marry into the family struggle at first, but then they seem to like it once they've been bringing. Let's leave on that one. We've got more tax. You've been listening to the ninety seven one. Frankie and just show podcast right here on iheartradio type. It is ninety seven one HD Alex Number One hit music station with Frankie Ingest Nine Twenty one in about twenty minutes here we're GONNA talk to Steve From Foodie Fellowship, so he's a local foodie and we're going to talk about with the pandemic and where we are, and there are some restaurants that are kind of you know. Obviously the restrictions We've been lifting some of them here in the State of Utah. Most of the state is in. The yellow right now most of the state so some restaurants if they're able to the in dining or dining in, they're able to do that and some are not able to, or don't want to at this point but we're gonNA highlight, some of the restaurants around town in talk to Steve and just kind of go around the room. As far as Patios you know as we get into the warm temps and people's I think might be a little bit more comfortable doing the. The, patio thing with some of the restaurants ones that have a cool patio scenes. WE'RE GONNA TALK to Steve Coming up in about twenty minutes. We've got the. Let's see the total traffic and then actually Hollywood headlines Standby by after total traffic, so thirteenth East is closed in both directions between Van Winkle and Murray holiday road. They're doing their whole repaving. Thing right there and then it's going to be that way. It looks like until Friday I'm not sure what time on Friday. Friday, so when get more info election, no in than we have an Utah County a motorist, having a medical problem, so it's Lehi North I. Fifteen near R. Ninety two emergency responders are on the scene on that right shoulder near Milepost to eighty four, and then it looks like we have an accident in Ogden. It's Washington Boulevard at forty third south, so just be careful K. so we threw this out. Just wanted to find out where you are with it. It's honors. HD. INSTAGRAM's aware. Aware, is this This poll with throughout? Are you still working from home yester- now so it's on our story I'm. Do you want the result? Yeah, yeah, so as of now a sixty three percent of the people who voted are still working from home, and then obviously thirty seven percent. Ours are not working from home. Okay was crazy. That's interesting. If you want to chime in this, let us know if you're still working from home. Yes, or now you can do at the. Honors each instagram read the story right so just click on. Let's get into the bonus edition of Hollywood headlines this morning for your Wednesday. Okay, so we talked about this. Let's see seven twenty, so if you want to check out the podcast, you can the frigging jazz podcast, and also we have just Hollywood headlines PODCASTS that you can check out if you just want all the the good stuff from Hollywood, but there was. Was An actress that responded to Michelle's post yesterday for blackout Tuesday and this woman worked with Lee Michelle back in the day on the set of Her name is Samantha Marie Wear and you know when Leah Michelle posted about black lives, matter in the movement and the death of George Floyd this Samantha, said l., M., A. O. Remember when you made my first television Gig a living hell, I'll never forget. Forget that you told everyone that you. If you have the opportunity, you would go to the bathroom and my wig. And she said amongst other traumatic microaggressions that made me question my career in Hollywood wow, so when she posted that everybody you know I was like Oh. No, was this a conflict just between you know between two co stars, and then other people that were on the set of glee started getting Samantha's. Samantha's back Notley Michelle and so we were talking about this a little earlier, and we remember that she did have conflict with a lot of her co-stars. She got some of them fired She was kind of the mean girl onset. I, guess and I was I was like. Oh, my Gosh, because people were coming out, saying yeah, we heard her say that or she treated so and so this way as well. As we mentioned a little earlier hailee. Steinfeld so it was in twenty eleven when she said that you just about made me cry, or made her cry on the paramount set so i. don't I would assume that's glee right and she's talking about. And then who was the other person that we couldn't remember and then somebody Texas Rivera. What's her name? Ni- NI- ever? Got Into it and we do remember that, and then it was neither that was let go. Oh, yeah, right? It was fired. She was fired and people were and who knows right. You know unless you work there, but with Niagara. They were saying that she wanted to be a bigger star. She wanted more of a role Lea Michelle. And then allegedly Leah Michelle was like now I don't like her. And they got into it, and so ultimately glee in decided to side with Lee Michelle and got rid of Naib, we've heard other things about Nyah to just being a brat, and so, who knows you know sounds like There is something that will espn. Yeah, where she's just sounds like A. A beast, yeah, well, she responded, and she's getting ready to have her first baby this year, and she's married and she's looking forward to that. And she apologized she said one of the most important lessons of the last few weeks. We need to take time to listen and learn other people's perspectives and any role. We have played in anything we can do to help address injustices that they face. And she said when I tweeted the other day, and meant show support for our friends and neighbors and communities of color during this really difficult time, but the responses I received to that post made me focus specifically on how my own behavior towards fellow cast members was perceived by them, while I don't. Don't remember making this specific statement about the wig like she was talking about. She said I've never judged others by their background or color of their skin. She said that's really not the point. What matters is that? I clearly acted in a way which hurt people whether it's my privilege position and the perspective that caused me to be perceived as insensitive or inappropriate at times, whether it was just my immaturity or me being unnecessarily difficult I apologize for my behavior and any pain that I have caused. We can all grow and change, and I definitely have used these past several months. Reflect on my own shortcomings. I am a couple months from becoming a mother and I know I need to keep. Keep working to be better for myself and take responsibility for my actions, so it can be a real mole role model for my child, and pass along the lessons and mistakes, so they learned from me, but I have listened to these criticisms I'm learning, and I'm very very sorry, and I will be better in the future, so she owned it. She apologized for that totally. That was awesome and she's like I. Don't remember that maybe she did. Maybe didn't you know and she said but I? I'm sorry and I'll be better and I'm having a kid and I don't want to be that kind of a mom so i. just thought she handled it great. Yeah, so and you said well hellofresh. Happened yesterday they dumped her. They cut ties with her. They just said you know and they didn't even wait for sponsor side of the story. They were like Oh. Yeah, we do you know like we don't want conflict? So they ties with her and then Kiki Palmer. This is really cool, so she let's see. Where were they? They were in l., A. With the protests yesterday, and so she was urging National Guard soldiers to March alongside the protesters in L. A. and they couldn't because they're obviously not. Not able to leave their posts, but they did agree to kneel together with all the protesters now. Kiki Palmer is an actress and Hollywood, and so it was just a really powerful powerful thing and a lot of people that were there. You can hear on the video. They're like man. This is powerful. This gave me hope so. That was really cool and we were talking about that. You know just lots of protests around the country and police officers and National Guard getting down on one knee and There was a story this morning talking about I think one of the drones that caught either the one one of the protests from this past weekend, or maybe because there were some that were on, Monday night as well It was I think in North Carolina where a bunch of officers did that, and they kneel down with the protesters school. They had signs that said you know end police brutality. They were police officers as well and they're like drawing message I I love it. It's awesome and like you said I feel like feel like good. Stuff is coming good changes coming. It feels like it. Let's hope. And then your wife might know this actor so Gregory tyree Boyce so he and his girlfriend Natalie ended up passing away in Vegas from a drug overdose. So they it's a sad. The whole thing is sad. It was an accidental overdose. Kane and all, so he was thirty. His girlfriend was twenty seven, and they were found inside Las Vegas Condo and so he has a ten year old daughter, and then he has a son and I'm not sure the age of the Sun. It didn't say, but he played Bella. Swan's classmate tyler in two thousand and eight on twilight, and then he also was in a film two years ago. Is a short film called Apocalypse, so yeah, just just a sad deal, just a sad deal, accidental overdose Oh. Yeah, you remember him. Yeah, he had kind of a not as a big role, just a classmate, or whatever yeah, so just sad, only thirty years old girlfriend twenty-seven so. So they were talking about that this morning. And then these two I kind of teased this last hour, so these two are that couple they're off and on. It's not like a toxic thing. It's not like Pamela Lee and Tommy Lee back in the day, right. It's kind of Lake. Their careers keep them from one another, so she is a model, and she does really well in her industry, and he is an artist, and he is a music, and he's really just all about his craft, and he's so talented and I don't think the dudes ever made a bad song, but it's the weekend Bella Hadid. Okay? I was gonNA say the weekend. Yeah, who was from the? Bella the model, so they have been off and on. Gosh they've lived together. They've lived apart I. Want to say this is maybe their fourth time, so they've been apart this last time about nine months, and they just started talking again. People are saying okay, because he just had new music. Come Out, and what happens is when he gets ready to work on A. A new album he really like locks himself in his studio and he doesn't want any distractions, so whether that's a girlfriend or friends or anything. He's just like Nope I'm super focused like he's just. That's his passion and his gift and he's super serious about it, so it's a good thing, but when you start getting into like as far as getting a family. You're going to have to figure you know a little bit better of a balanced. Totally Yeah I. totally that's that's the thing with life just trying to find balance with everything. Yeah, which I think balances of myth, but as close as you can get exactly. That, you can't leave your wife at home and you're locked in your studio for months. Because you're trying to get this record out, so he might not. You might not be the marriage type. That's true, too doesn't mean anything to say if his life kind of changes with that don't have to make some. I guess some changes yourself and that's true. He's GonNa make some adjustments on. Yeah, he may not be a guy that wants to be tied. Downer are get married. You know might be his marriage. And who is you know she that might be what's keeping them apart is she might want a family, and he doesn't. Maybe who knows man well, and her sister is GD. And she's obviously having a baby Zane from formerly one direction, so in its her younger sister, Bellas older, and so I wonder if like that makes her like. Oh, I want to get married foam maybe. Like the crash like. A bed at so. Tell like it's a it's a purse or something. Trying to keep up with each other and try to beat each other. Girls! We're talking. We're talking about that in our office one day. Because I remember back in the day, Kevin and I dated from five years before we even got married, and all these people were date for like a year or two or three, and they get married and them A. Very like the foam was killing me, so yeah, it's definitely not all girls but some. Thing. The whole clock ticking over that that's a big check out all the Hollywood lanes. Pigs opposed him weekdays at Franken DOT com, a lot of good stuff up there, and of course like I said you can check out the frigging just podcast or Hollywood headlines on its own on our website. Ninety seven one. Frankie and show podcast here on iheartradio. Ninety, civil one. Salt Lake's number one hit music station with Frankie ingests nine forty four. We need dimension total traffic. Real quick right. So thirteenth is closed in both directions between Van Winkle Murray Holiday Road, and it looks like it's going to be that way until Friday. They're just repaving that area, so I'll keep you posted, so we've got Steve from food fellowship on the line. How You Doing Steve? Good. How are you guys doing awesome? So have you been since the last time we talked? You know I've I've been doing okay despite the world circumstances. How about you guys? Yeah, we've been hanging in there and just trying to get through it and now it's like it's just like it's just crazy. The world seems to get crazier and crazier every day. Right. I can't believe my wife and I decided to have a baby this year. That'd be great. How's that going? Is Everything okay with her pregnancy rate? She just craves. Shave ice all the time, so make trips to the shaved ice shack quite frequently. Nice! Hey! Were you with the topic that we were talking about earlier? As far as the inlaws because you're you, said you live in bottle, fool. That's kind of where you grew up right Yep D-, do you live close to the in laws or maybe your family? Are they across the street next door? Donegal's not that big. Now they're actually both pretty close my in live. In Farmington, and my parents live in balance. Okay Nice. So is it within like? Would you say walking distance or maybe just getting in the car and a few minutes now several several miles? Okay, okay. He's like I'm not saying anything. I'll talk about food guy. He's like let's get get to why you're having. We're talking about food. Hey, before we get into talking about some good patio scenes as far as restaurants. I just brought up your instagram and that's a foodie fellowship. If you WANNA, check it out what is up with that? Look at this only got size desserts. What is this This oriole thing that I'm looking at. Okay those are from the chocolate and their these homemade oreos. And when he put it in your mouth, you can taste. It's freaking amazing. Oh, my Gosh, but young cloud night every time guaranteed. So where is the AM? I heard the chocolate the chocolate. Few locations. There's one in Orem and there's one in Jordan, and they both have patio seating. Oh, okay so I didn't realize I had a second location, okay? So the Ouija, one is ninety one twenty South Redwood, and then or locations to twelve south. State Street in Orem Nice. So, we had some dinner because and the reason we wanted to do. The patio seen as we get into the summer months here and warmer temps obviously talk about that, but because of you know some of the restaurants with the restrictions being lifted, they are able to the ones that are able to do. It are doing the dining in, and then there are some restaurants that aren't and I. Think maybe some people, maybe just a little. Little kind of May, not wanting to do the in restaurant dining at the moment, and there are some people that are that are able to do that or want to do that. my wife and I kind of fall into the I'd rather maybe it's me more so than my wife. Tammy but I'd rather kind of do the patio thing right now, so we had dinner at Is it the cliff cliff and draper? And and I remember I thought I'd been there and then as we're sitting there. Talking to my wife Tammy I'm like I. Don't think I have ever been yeah. And and I thought I had I. IF I did I, did remember I definitely didn't sit out in that patio and the patio is just beautiful it is. Really Beautiful View and even with that weather coming in on Saturday, we were able to of just it's sprinkled a little bit here and there where we were positioned on the patio. If it's just how it happened as far as the win, not it didn't really hit anybody on the some of the things were blowing, but it wasn't as bad as you. You would think that could've been was a really good seen. So do you have any favorites Steve as far as patio scenes? Absolutely silent mentioned so little. America just opened up their. Patio dining. People Little America their coffee shop, and some of the best students and get. Oh, they do I have the NFL, but never the patio I didn't know that they have a patio I like to go. Particularly on Sundays because they have the most amazing chicken noodle soup you'll ever have. Now we stayed over the grand, and then we did do breakfast on their patio. Yeah so I do remember eating breakfast on their patio. The yeah, okay your food so good. Good call so! That yeah. So, they just opened up the PA- the Patio Okay what what about you? Just? You have a favorite as far as I know you brought up the Dodo little earlier I do love the Dodo. I'm trying to think what other Patios cheesecake factory. They have a good patio, too, and breathe right there like fashion place. Okay, call. Yeah, you got some other ones on your list there. Steve Yeah, Eastern Illinois neither one of the better one of the best pizzas local people change in. Utah, muscle, their locations have outdoor dining as Walter. Wanting some pizza they have food to. Fantastic and then also there's there's a new place on. Regent Street I really like it's called. Freshman Polka Polka like a cable. Rock tuna while that place to what's called A. Thin Freshman. Just up right down the street next to the City Creek, and they've got a little patio set up oh. Yeah, okay, that's cool. That's Kylie. Street people that know that. was originally going to be highly street. An inside joke. That will tell you off. The petition to change the. Regent Street and I've mentioned before St have. You ever been to Holiday Inn. It's called so food park. Have you ever been there? maybe once or twice. Okay, it's cool. Yeah, so they're just now of and they had been. You know during the pandemic. Yeah, so I. Think Wednesday through Saturday. They're having more food trucks in and then that and they're doing the. Having the tables, distance and everything, and it's outside, so it's it's called so who food parks and they've got all kinds of food trucks that are there and holidays. If you're in or near holiday, that's a cool seen in. It's like Wednesday through Saturday that there are. A few different light food truck leagues I go around. I go to I go to a couple of women North Salt Lake bountiful. Those guys getting up awesome. One in south Jordan I think as well yeah, do you? Do you have some favorite food trucks that are out there Steve won the I recently tried to bomb the next different types of case. The DS or you know load up some tater. Talk puts a MAC and cheese and baked on I mean it's really it's really up. My wife Allie 'cause. She's craving that and you said. What shaved ice scraping darts the UP. That's fine. You were talking about speaking shaved ice. I saw that you went to Bahama. Buck's so I grew up in Tempe Arizona and we had a ton of locations of Bahama Buck's so when I moved here. I was like Oh in the summertime. I would create the. There's a lot of shaved ice shacks here which we didn't have in Phoenix Hammocks box, but we've Bahama Buck's and draper. Just? Prophecy fulfilled right. There was gonNA. Follow you. So it's called Bahama Buck's. And do they just do shaved ice? Or what else did they do it? You know it'd be like ice cream and through the okay stuff like that right on. It's amazing and we're talking The patio seen as as restaurants with Steve from food fellowship. So what are some other ones that are on your list there? As far as patio like downtown, the place I really love called Ginger Street. It's right there I'm. Second South State Street a believe they're. They're amazing. With does that so what? What kind of food is that? So! They serve just a variation of tie and Oriental, so my favorite things, there is the The Pad Thai and the Orange Chicken. It's music. Orange chickens, not super crunchy. Crunch of fantastic. Jinja street okay and you want to. Say it again. It's Beazley's the Visa Day skating hilarious. That's funny. Did you have one or maybe two more that you really like as far as patio? You WanNa hit. Yeah, absolutely I don't squatters of open. There's like waters downtown. Another awesome one and I really enjoy the garage on xtra on salt. Lake as well, you know. I haven't been there, but I have friends that go there and even my. Manny Mason. He's played there the garage in the past or whatever, but so they have a patio. Yeah, you go right into the back and like when you look at it. Street just looks like giant like Barn, looking thing, but you go inside this whole back yard full of table. That's really cool down there. Nice all right, so tell people where they can follow it. I know you're on Instagram Foodie. Fellowships of forty with a Y fellowship, right? Dealt with correctly thought D. Y. Foodie Fellowship. I'm just on instagram. You can follow up Foodie Fellowship. Dot Com nice. We've got his step posted. A FRANKIE AND JESSE DOT COM. So say hello to the Salsa Queen. Because we are obsessed with her. We love her. She's one of my best friend. She's fantastic, earned her husband or off people. Tell her, we said Hey, yeah, and when is your wife do against? Number September congratulations. We'll talk to you a little bit man. Have have a good one be safely. My friend Steve. You've been listening to the ninety seven. The HD Frankie and just show podcast right here on iheartradio. It is ninety civil one. Number, one hit music station with Frankie and just Ted Oh four somebody texted eight, hundred, four five, and said so the restaurant that I was talking about I guess up in Jeremy Ranch Billy Blanco's. So and they're the ones that have like the cars. Because my buddy, dino remember. Gosh. There's probably three years ago maybe four years ago, it was like Oh, my gosh waited this really cool place, and he was talking about because he's a car guy. He was like they got cars like half the car coming out of the ceiling, and you know full on cars and it was reminding me on the place that you you mentioned in draper. The Grill! Is that what it's called out there and then they have the same scene and you said You took your dad there when he came to visit. Yeah, so Kevin Took Dad, and then I got jealous 'cause I grew up with cars and trucks. 'cause my dad was. And I go to car shows with him all the time with his truck, and so then we went for father's Day. I think it was me Kuban cabin. I was like shut up. This place is and the food's good. Atmosphere, but the food's really really good. What Kinda of members? Some of the cars that they had? There are no stick out to you say. There was like a NASCAR ACTUAL NASCAR in there. There was a like a Lambeau or something in there I mean so like Nascar all the way to high end, and there's only like a couple of full size cars in there, but then they have yod like banners and. And Memorabilia of it's just fine. That's really what we were talking food. If you're wondering like, why are we talking about the exactly but Steve From Food Foodie Fellowship? He was on, and we're just talking about some really good patio scenes as far as around town like you know, what the warmer months people may be still not completely hundred percent comfortable with the dining in you know some of the restaurants to. To looking for some of the patio if you missed that second was Steve about nine this morning or nine forty four and we've got a we'll have that posted a franken. Just dot com whether podcasts. If you want to tune into that so I wanNA share this email real quick here, and then we'll get to some of the texts, and maybe even some phone clause phone calls. That is get closer to. To the bottom of the hour talking about living close to your in laws, so if you're in it right now, or it's something that you're cool with or not cool with it. 'cause listener Ashley. She said the their Waco with it, and they actually have to talk about boundaries which you're bringing up like that is key man. If if that's GONNA happen go down which where we live. This is very common. Where you've got families, big families and they live really close. That's next door or across the street, or just down the street but are you cool with it? Yes, or no, so we'll get to some of the texts to ninety five, but man if you don't have that talk. As far as the boundaries and settlements don't then than I. Don't know if it would feel comfortable with that. You know making sure that they know in in. You know that it's not cool to show up on announced the poppins. Unannounced in you know we're going to get to some of them coming up, but I want to share this email from one of our listeners. and I'll call her well, she she shares the name of her husband her late husband so I think she's fine with with that and whether name, but I don't know if the habit attached to this, but he so she said I wanted to share the story of how my husband died. She said on in this kind of goes along with what we were talking about yesterday and And and just kind of the conversation that's been been going on and she said on July. Thirty first two thousand nineteen. My husband Donnelly Joseph broke into the Tanner Clinic Roy he was desperate for opioids and he was an addict. He ran when the COP showed up. They shot him with beanbags. Multiple Times did not stop them. The Canine dog was on them. It didn't stop him. He rounded a corner with a knife and two officers shot him. The cops immediately custom in handcuffed him. That is rendered aid. My husband died almost instantly. Do I blame the COPS? No, do I hate the cops that shot him no. They did their job. She said my husband was trying to prove he was not an addict. He went without any medication including his PTSD meds for seven days. He had not slept in long. He suffered from tst. He was a disabled veteran. He fought for his country, but in the end his demons caught up with him He was not a bad person. He was the most amazing husband father uncle, friend, soulmate, my soul mate He was only thirty six years old. I didn't realize until the next morning that my husband never intended on coming home. He left jewelry that he never took off his rings, bracelets dog tags and he left his phone. My husband would have never heard anyone that night. Not Anyone but himself, and that's why I don't blame. The COPS said two issues here the OPIOID crisis in America to the hatred of police. You said there's so much more to the story. I've wanted to email you about this for a while. While now She said to talk about the OPIOID crisis. opioid crisis that is to talk about the two sides of a this now there's two sides to the story. She said a widow who loved her addict husband in a widow who does not blame. The police say that my husband was killed by the police. He died from his own demons. Are Veterans need more help? Our police need more support. Thank you for time for your time and for this lengthy email. So appreciate the email and thank you for listening. Thanks for sharing that story and we're arteries. It's ten Oh nine. If you want to chime in to the show for anything, you can do that. Eight hundred nine four five ht in front of that message, or you can call into the show as well. Ninety seven one DHT's Franken. Just show podcast here on iheartradio. Top email or text rather at eight to nine five, said somebody didn't even realize we read that email from our listener. Who Lost Her husband? And if you missed it, you'll have to listen to the PODCAST, but set that as my neighbor had no idea or families here for support if she needs a lovely family, we'd wave to the husband when he'd be chilling in his garage when we drive by really nice people it. It says that's yeah and just kind of goes to speak to. You. Just never know who's going through something. You're right. You know what I mean and just having grace for people. Yeah, you never know who's going and having just you know time going through something This is interesting and just saw this come into my feet, so we were talking about it, and we're GonNa talk more about this as far as because one of listeners. Is kind of in this, and she said that her her is mostly black and she worries for him because he's ten. He doesn't really know what's going on with everything right now that we're going through. As a country, yeah, as far as the protests and the riots, and that sort of thing, but he has seen enough on TV where he's fearful of something happening to him from the police and she you know she's got family, members and friends. The enforcement says she doesn't want to be afraid, but you know the conversation definitely different, and she knows that that gets for us, having that conversation with him, being a a a black boy in America. So this is the CNN an sesame street. They're hosting a town hall, addressing racism and it's going to go down the Saturday. Oh my Gosh! HOW COOL! Yeah! So they do this and they handle some of the you know socially sensitive things, the topics and try to you know so they approach it with the kids, and this is another one of their Their examples of doing that and it's going to be this Saturday so what's The ten am eastern, so it's going to be eight. AM here. Okay, so if you WANNA check it out again, it's it's on CNN. It's a sesame street hosting townhall addressing racism with the kids. Awesome is Yeah I love that so if you're not able to to tune into it, I'm sure it'll be available on demand, or maybe you can dvr it, but that I thought that was Kinda cool just wanted share. Ten, fourteen, Ninety, seven, one the blast from the past right. Fall out boy and light them up. Ninety seven one. Frankie and jess show podcast here on iheartradio. It is ninety civil ones. Selects number one hit music station with Frankie Jess Gabby Barrett and Charlie booth and I hope it's ten twenty one a couple. More text came in any two, nine, four five and somebody said small Lake City, so what the? Read a few minutes ago. If you missed it, you'll have to tune into the podcast. It was like one or the other listeners that are very brave. Email to send, but somebody said Small Lake City. My brother-in-law was married to the listeners cousin who shot by police at the clinic and use that that was last year in twenty nine years looks like July. July thirty first twenty nineteen, and just so if you're not hearing like this context listener wasn't coming at the police with this. Yes, so she was saying I do I blame the cops? No, I do I hate the cops. No I don't and there was a lot to this email. And she said a lot more to the story, but if you want to hear it. It you have to listen to the podcast. And somebody said sending so much love and graciousness Mrs. Joseph What Brady Melda, Senate, feel pain and share her sentiment love love love everything. She said Yeah. We're GONNA. Come back here, so we have a lot of texts. And maybe we've got a chance here for the phone lines. When if you were able to call in? In and share your story with us if you want to or not would you call with the in laws living right next to you or across the street or in the same neighborhood? It's really really close and a lot of people. Are you know so? That's the thing I mean we live in Utah. There's a lot of big families here and people are. Are Cool that and then there's people that maybe not so cool that we're gonNA. Tell you why we're talking about that. When we come back, we've got a lot of text to get to as well if you want a text into the show and get a last mental common, and you can do that in front of your message at eight to nine four five. You've been listening to the ninety seven one. The HD Frankie and show podcast right here on iheartradio. So and you had a quick. Hello, yeah, this is awesome, so Jackie, a friend neighbor, and actually our boys went to preschool together at little learners years ago and now she has two boys and a girl, so her youngest is Victoria. Victoria loves to listen to the show, so she's listening and she's so cute. It actually dropped some Mascara Jackie's house yesterday and she's A. Victoria was like I can't believe she didn't knock. I WANNA. Say Hi so I, felt that I was in a hurry and I just dropped it real quick, but wanted to say hi to Victoria. And how old is the? How does she now? Oh, I don't even know I know the older boys twenty-five. says. She's around if I had to guess maybe like six. Yeah, maybe so. Yeah, she's a cutie. That's awesome, so here's what we're talking about why we're talking about like. We're doing a little of what facebook live or instagram all right salon tune in that way We're talking about this woman in in the UK and she recently posted the situation that she's in right now, and that is on this parenting forum and she says that her husband's parents just bought the house next door and she's worried because she's not able to handle this. Because of the she says quote, Unquote Judgmental there. Her judgmental inlaws living right next door to her She's thinking about splitting up from her husband. She said I like my own space, and I feel like they're going to be invading it. and it sounds like they didn't have this. You know it's one thing if you're going to do that and that's kind of what we're talking about is living either right across the street? Right next door down the street from the in laws family whatever? But you're not having that conversation beforehand. Yeah, that's not okay. Maybe they did have the conversation, but they bought the house next door. So it's, they're not on the same page about it. Obviously because she's upset, sounds like she is looking at. She brought up the D. Word divorcing her husband over this. Because I mean you bought the house, so it's not like even a like. Oh, it just when when the lease is up, not bought it. So you. You know whether it's the permanence fifteen right, yeah? Thirty whatever twenty. You've got a mortgage and they're there and you guys were there and. So we wanted to know and we threw it out because we're here in Utah and a lot of big families here and we know it's pretty common, probably more common than some of the other cities as far as family living, really really close maybe across the street next door down the street from each other If it's working for you, would you do it? Yes, or no or Or you know kind of like both sides of it I. Guess Listener Ashley called this morning shed a great call, and she said that she had the conversation with her laws beforehand, and they all had the conversation, so they live three houses down. They have an almost two year old roper that came into the fault, the very end, and we really what was that she screamed a little bit. but yes, they had the conversation about boundaries and it works. It works for both sides, and that's awesome. Yeah, but I would think like you said you'd have to have that. Conversation the boundaries and the no pop ins. Yeah, because you're right. People can't just come over whenever they want. That's not okay and I think that's where some of these texts have gone are going right with some of these at eight to nine four five. They're all over the board so This text said No. I would not wanNA live right next door to the in laws or in the same hood. We live about five minutes away, which is close enough, so it's good distance. Yeah Yeah. You know five minutes even like the twenty minutes. If you're within valley, you know even if they're across and it depends like if you're in guess on the east side, and their inherent in that could be forty minute drive, but then you know forty minutes. Isn't that bad when you're looking at the grand scheme of? If you're just trying to run back and forth, then it can be a law. So so the distance might be good or bad. Depending on how you look at it. Yeah, now. This one side married three years only live five minutes away. within laws explain the hot zone from everybody. into the Hubby that's funny. It's funny because the parents live right across the street. There were right there. mother-in-law lives next door. We are her personal grocery store. They never knock and they'll just come and get stuff. Even when we're not home so obviously not okay with it. the personal grocery store. You gotta ask man currently living with the family. As we save for a house, we will not live within five miles of family. Ever now love them nothing against them, but we need distance. There's nothing wrong with that, and there's nothing wrong with saying that or or needing that true, and that's why I think people who went back to that. You know where I feel. I feel like I mean. Yeah. Okay, there's nothing wrong with. That doesn't mean you don't love them. True mother-in-law. Let's see awful with boundaries. He she quickly becomes the martyr Queen, so no way in Hell. We live close to her. This text said living with the mother-in-law right now while our houses being built after we move will gladly be twenty five minutes away. This text eight five. My Letsie inlaws have their motor home parked on the side of the House and it was there for few months, and they will constantly just pop in so anytime I came home from work, and I'd see them in the driveway. He just kind of drive around Cheeseburgers just GONNA eat ellos. Part of our life was when the sister-in-law lived next door, she did not respect. US interfered with our children still unraveling from those days, she moved five years ago and we wish her the best from afar. inlaws have let's see open. That's another one with that. Just made me laugh, so I wanted it twice Lindsey living with to do K.. There's another one. Let's see we have duplicate so my mom's side lived near each other in Provo both uncles my mom's parents. Their families really wasn't bad. Each family member respected the other space and we all still do second. Sunday dinners twelve years later. They seem to have understanding when I was using the example of some friends and neighbors of ours ours. That is in the the Oh some. Neighbors live across the street, so it's Jason and Gina, Gina Sister actually brother Mike live next door, right next door was so. Mike unleashed live there, and then they've got another so mike in. Geneva have another sister that lives just down the street like four, maybe five houses down across the street, so she lives there with her husband and kids, and then they all have their parents that lived. Lived just down the street and around the bend before you get to the stop signs, so it's within feet away. I mean yeah, and and and it seems to work I mean it seems which is great, but I'll bet like what you were talking about and what you brought up initially when we started. This topic is boundaries. I learned that from you. Buddy I didn't know the B Word Frequency. T shirt made up boundaries. It's what's for dinner. Out. Thing. And there's nothing wrong with them and I love the fact that when people say you know when they know that there's nothing wrong with them. Because, it doesn't mean you love the person any less when you're setting the boundaries and I think that's where people get or let maybe family, members or friends or whatever we're talking about with the boundaries. Would they let them Kinda let that person may be shifted around the car. And then they feel guilty, so they let them manipulate them, and it's like now because some people still probably will pull that family members. If you're strong with them, and if your vocal with it like it doesn't have anything to do with us. Loving you any less. Yeah, you're right, you know there's nothing wrong with boundaries, and it's actually I've learned a lot, said from you and from therapy, and it's made my relationship with my own parents I mean obviously moving away and I always had a good relationship, but it's made it even better more respect especially. Especially from like my dad, right thought that was kind of because even with distance, you can still have boundaries. People can still disrespect that in you can have people that are expecting like for your phone calls. And why didn't you pick up? Why didn't you pick up? You know that kind of thing a psych. Look I'm on at your. Beck and call at work. Yeah, I'm worker at work or family or whatever? And, even if that's not the case, it's none of your business. That's true. You know that's something. That's exactly what I'm doing is now your business, but that's where I think people. Even if there is distance got people that have problems with boundaries. It's like okay with the overcrowding. Then it's at that point. Yeah, and it's your problem. You're not taking care of it, we. We have a ton of these texts at eight hundred four five, so this we live a half a mile from my mom and half mile from my mother-in-law, and it's the best four kids babysitter super close, and we can each walk to gramma. thousand percent would close to the in laws. Maybe not next door super close, not sure about my own parents though. Never, never never never, I would move. Was a text. Message received. This this other one hale, no I would freak out and ruin my husband's and my husband and my relationship Let's see we live next door to the parents and grandma and sister, and my husband loves it, but she didn't say she loved it or not. So I have a friend back in Detroit. It's my first girlfriend in my real girlfriend shelly. Shelly, yeah, you know and I keep in touch and haven't talked to her in a bit, but I do know that she was with a guy who he'd met and liked to really good guy, but it didn't work out because of the the boundaries thing he wanted to, and she wasn't on the same page whether it was like well good for her for. Standing her ground and being true to who she knew she is and was. So, he guess. It's not like I. Don't think he listens or anything you know there. They're often Detroit, but she ended up breaking up because he wanted to build a house on like his parents land like a lot of people do and again if it works for you and your both on the same page. That's great, but she didn't like that idea of being so close. You know literally within feet of the family, so it was a big plot of land. Land, but then he wanted to build this house on or put something whether it was i. don't wait like maybe a tiny home or a home build it or whatever, but it was right there on their property. Okay, she wasn't down with it, and so that was kind of dealbreaker. How long were they together? They were together for a bit and was sad to hear that because it was like. They seem like a really good fit. But. That was something that He. He held his ground on, and she was like known. That is deal. It's not gonNA. It's not GonNa work you know that sucks kind of blows. The sex H eight, hundred, four, five I could never live close laws. They don't respect Let's see boundaries, no matter how many times we put them in place. My father-in-law causes countless fights with my husband, so yeah, it's just not a good mix that suck. If it was my ma, let's see if it, my husband's mom or sisters, absolutely not I have no boundaries, and they have the worst intentions this. This text, said my wife and I live directly behind my parents. I wasn't sure how my wife was going to like it, but she loves it If it works for you, it works. Yeah, no, I wouldn't want to live close to the in. They try to control us. Tell us how bad we are. Criticize everything we do know boundaries negative all the way around a four houses on our road. My Mom's cysts, their parents, my parents, there are all next to each other. It works fun growing up with cousins next door. That'd be kind of cool for kids. Let's see we live next door to my parents. My husband loves it. It's been great for my kids. Having Grandma and Grandpa close by parents are great with boundaries Let's see hell no in Lahser thirty minutes away, and that's great. My parents were thirty minutes away four months a year, and for hours the rest of the year. That's how we love. Broken down. Great my husband's sister lives next door to his parents They've always favored her. Her children and grandchildren more than ours Just a closer bond I guess, we hit an. We done this topic over the years, and we always hit a nerve with it, so I am not surprised but I am surprised so not really, but we have a lot of taxes. What I'm saying. We have like five more. Do you want them Yeah, let's do a quick okay. Mike Scott screamed. When he sees toby. He's back. In laws are moving into our house for a few months and I'm dreading it, so nope, I'll pass. Sorry, not sorry. Oh, feel bad for them. This said healthy. I'd be okay with it as long as they bring food, anybody has welcome as long as they bring food I live on the same block as my sister-in-law, mother and father in law absolutely hate everything about it, so they're not loving that about four years ago. My mom and Stepdad bought a new house and didn't tell anyone where it was still moving. Moving Day turns out to blocks from me off a two minute drive in ten minute walk after. Let's see I told her after finding out that she has to call or text before showing up at my house I haven't had any issues as long as she respects the boundaries war, good and him as well. Wow, yeah, that is something you know. They wouldn't say till moving day, so they knew they were gonNA. have an issue with it. That's not cool. That is not cool now. She's respecting the texts that you. Good for you for Senate setting those boundaries, it's either that or you know you know. You'RE GONNA be in a fight. Pay For fights. Yup, and then the sexy, eight, hundred, four five, and of course, Kylie gets text messages and everything we talk about on the show posted just after the show at Franken, just dot com. This said be fine living around my family. Except for my one brother, he takes advantage of in the families for babysitting and helping out you know he always wants to help far as my husband's family. Absolutely not I feel like they. They, don't have boundaries. They're loud, obnoxious. Their offensive towards my religion things well all right. If we get any more, we'll share them here. At eight to nine four five Let's see this is something that we threw out a little earlier on the show, and if we get some more tax with this before we turn things over to Jeff We'd love to hear your story. We were talking earlier on the show. Because of Tony Hawk something that he did. That was really cool for that little kid cooper coupon I'll play the audio before we get. Get into some more of the text I know we had another story about this, but stories about celebs going above and beyond to be kind. It's about a week and a half ago. It was a fedex driver in Georgia in this town in Georgia and this little kid Cooper He comes up with his skate deck. Just a bear board, basically nothing on it, and he wanted to spend X. driver to get this because he knows that says profession. Can you get this and send this to Tony Hawk, so this driver took to social media. Media made a video within hours. Tony Hawk heard about it and said Your deck is on on its way to my house and I'm sending you something in return and I'll play maybe the audience before we gets more texture, but it was really really cool, but if you've got a story about CELEB- going above and beyond to be nicer, kind would love to hear before we turn things over to Jeff so eight hundred nine four five t h t in front of that message. It's ten forty in Bazi in mind now at ninety seven hundred. Ninety seven one. Frankie and jess show podcast here on iheartradio. It is ninety civil ones. Hd Salt Lake's number. One hit music station Frankie ten forty five. Yeah, we posted. This owners HD instagram. If you want to chime in with it, are you still working from home? Yes, or no, so where's it at right now? Just like well right now. I was GONNA. Say as soon you minutes ago, but. Now, we're just curious what you're doing. Exactly want to know what you're up to So are you still working from home? Yes, or More from home or so two hundred eight voted for. Yes, they are working from home and hundred nineteen people voted for no, they're not working from home. Chime in. You can do that at our as hd Instagram, somebody just texted. And I I saw it yesterday at the talent because of the bird thing the situation, so maybe I'll talk a little bit about that before we turn things over to Jeff but this is kind of cool. Hey, Frankie I'm the MOM that texted about my sixteen year old that volunteers the wildlife center yesterday, so that's up in Ogden. Ogden I'll just tell real quick, so that's a bird that we found the night before last UN. No founder Axel founded. Yes, he was identified, so he said Mother's bird, and then Tammie called me, and there was a burden our backyard that was hurt this robin so either he or she is full grown Robin. It looked like the neck was broken. So I was kind of expecting because I've had situations like that before where? They died. You know what they fly into the window and I'm not sure if she hit one of our windows, but it was on the other side of the House and she was hopping around, and and you know. Is She. Is She dying out? And I said I think so. Because I thought she was going to, and then I, don't WanNa. Leave her until I knew that she had passed away and she didn't. So her heart went from really kind of like you know. The fluttering like her breathing was erotic, and then she kinda calmed down, and then I was waiting and waiting, and I don I get I? Don't know it looked like her. Her neck was broken, but then somebody actually when Tammy got in touch with the wildlife, is a Rehab Center up there in Ogden, so they said it sounds like it might be an inner ear thing, because if it were broken the neck, she would have died like instantly he or she, so the bird would have died, and that's kind of what I thought wasn't sure, so we ended up putting the burden in A. A cardboard box and it was out back, and then in front with a towel over most of its to protect her and she was fine when I left for work, and then Tammy drove her up yesterday. but somebody sixteen year old I. Guess has been volunteering their since they were thirteen He's in his element when he's helping. These animals so having his own sanctuary one day. That's what his plans are. Oh! Oh my boys are allergic to most animals, so we don't have animals, but that's what he loves to do. I love that so let's see I'm I'm that mom has driven back and forth drop them off. Pick them up from Layton to North Ogden for him to volunteer for the past three years. His name is Stockton. He hasn't volunteered since Calvin. He asked me if if I would see if the Robin is okay. So we don't know so we so. Tammy dropped the Robin off, and you said she was Chirpin like on the way up there and. All the way up, she was Turpin, so that might have been like because she was freaking out like being in a moving car. Whatever, but that's a good sign that she was at least Chirping and then they said that we can check on us. We have like number as far as a case number to check on her, but we can't check on our until October. So maybe maybe this listener here with your son stocked, and maybe you can do a little inside. We're just kind of keep us posted. And now because I understand that you have, there's a lot of you know animals. They're that they're trying to rehab. And I was like October. Don't WanNa wait, but maybe you can let us know in the next few weeks or a month or so, but it was the robin that came in yesterday. My wife Tammy, that rate and we gave a donation to the Rehab Center so cool I was going to do you know how to do that? I got to check out their website. Yeah, I'll see if I can find it. Maybe have Kylie posted and give a little love to them. Because they I think they solely survive on volunteers and donations, so and they do a really good thing because we didn't know what to do with this bird, and I know some people say it's only a bird like. Are you kidding me but? Birds Yeah. I couldn't I couldn't leave it just. Couldn't we know and Tanu kept asking me like what are we to I'm like I, don't know I. Don't know, and then it was googling trying to figure it out. Your heart did at Brooklyn Heart We're GONNA play Let's do this. Let's do I. Don't think we have time to actually. Why don't we do We'll share I know we had? It Pierces Story. so we'll set it up here. I don't know if there's any other texts that came in. Because we're running late on time and I don't WanNa kind of encroach. Jeff McCartney show coming up in just a few minutes. He doesn't. He's pretty cool about that. Yeah, so what we were talking about and I've got some audio ready to go for. Maybe the the listeners that are later in the show didn't get a chance to hear earlier on the show because it's worth three. Airing this audio we were talking about celebs that are that are cool and the ones that go above and beyond to be nicer or kind. If you've got a story with that, so the reason was Tony Hawk was in the news about a week and a half ago and if you don't who he is, he's a professional skateboard. He's like the godfather of skateboarding and he is just really kind and. I was fortunate enough to to meet him quickly and got picture with him, but he was very nice, and I was just kind of like overall when I met. You know I didn't have anything to. Just tongue tied, and just I guess in awe because I've been a fan of his since I was a kid you know I I got my first skateboard when I was eight so I wanna say it was probably and that was in nineteen, seventy nine, when I got that so eight years old, and then shortly after that maybe within a couple years. That's when I started hearing his name and then reading about him in the in the skate, magazines. As an adult, so it was pretty neat and anybody that you know skates if your kids skate. Yeah, I mean you know who Tony Hawk? I mean he's just. He's a household name. Either if you don't you know is right, but he's really nice to his fans, and just he's a nice person in general and this kid. I'M GONNA. Play the audio here. So this is the Fedex driver in Georgia. This kid on his route comes up and his name Cooper and he has the the naked deck, so it's basically just the plain deck with no trucks. No wheels the board of the skateboard. And it's all just thrashed in in. His name is on there, and he wanted to spend X. driver to give the Board to Tony Hawk. Let them know how big of a fan he is. So here's the Fedex driver deliver route today, and I see this little kid chasing my truck, trying to flag me down. He's like excuse me. Excuse me so i. pull over Mike a man what's up? He's I. Can you mail something for me? He says get this to Tony, Hawk for me? tell him it's from Cooper. and. I just thought it was adorable. Obviously, I can't Tony Hawk Tony Hawkes address, but The least I could do was put it out there in the universe so tony. If you see this Cooper Twenty, george is a big Fan Maybe you can them a shout out and the next time I drive by his house. I'll show them the video. and. It'll probably make his whole life, so then it took It was like a matter of hours because I saw this when it kind of was happening, and then everybody was tagging me on it, and sending me the e mails, because they a fan of Tony Hawk and I wanna say it was like within three hours later four hours later all of a sudden. This video from Tony was posted. What's up? It's Tony Hawk and I just want to say. Thank you so much for the skateboard. It's on its way to my house already and as the thank you gift. I'm going to send you my skateboard. This one right here that I'm right. So how cool is that I love him? And then Fedex driver posted a again because he saw the reply so happy that we were able to use social media in a positive way connecting with one another working together to make somebody's Day because that's what it's all about so obviously that story went viral, and that's why we threw it out because. Because we do talk celebs obviously on the show and have been over the years as far as you know good and bad, and and this is one of those. When celeb- went above and beyond they were kind so this is from t DP right David. Pearsley love him and he is all about bewitched Paula Abdul. So this one's about Paula. And he said she always makes us. Fans feel like we're the only ones in the room. She signed poster for me when we weren't supposed to bring items into a meet and greet, and even told her reps to like. Stay back and step down. As you know talking to fans and having a good time with them like? Hey, hold off. I'm fine I'm the boss and I She's always been so good to him like she'll re tweet some of his tweets, and yes, she always takes pictures with them and she'll. She'll sit on his lap. She definitely loves David and you can just see that feel that you know. Yeah, that's NEAT. To see that through him because I i. WanNa say a remember the day when she started following him. Like text us. Was Ecstatic that she started following him ricky tweeted something, and then started following him. He's like her biggest fan, and she has a lot of fans man, but she knows David then. We talked about this earlier, and this is pretty cool, so some of the RS L. Real players sent employees that have been furloughed personal checks to help them, and so they said my cousin works for Cell and start crying when he got the check. When you're talking about this, it's not they make good money, but it's not like NFL making millions, and they have families to, and so the fact that the real you know players did that for the employees is just really neat. For All the texts this morning the phone calls that came in. We appreciate you and we will turn things over to. Jeff were to talk to you tomorrow morning when Thursday, Friday. You have a good Wednesday. When you need Frankie jazz needed now.

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