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El saludo motero

Podcast RadioViajera

06:55 min | 9 months ago

El saludo motero

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301: U-Sports Cancelled for 2020; New Reopening Phase; Top 5 Cup Winning Goals

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

34:04 min | 1 year ago

301: U-Sports Cancelled for 2020; New Reopening Phase; Top 5 Cup Winning Goals

"The S WBZ is brought to you in part by all Insurance Ontario Hey. It's Josh From Insurance Ontario I'M GONNA. Guess you're not driving much these days. So why not save a little money? If you have more than one vehicle, send me a text. We can temporarily cut your premium in half a parking, your second vehicle dropping not one to just fine theft and driving one text me at eight, six, zero, six, zero, zero or visit all instead. Ca All Insurance Ontario your modern boutique broker? The S Wpro, podcast, sports and whatever? Hey welcome to our show. We begin our assault on the next three hundred episodes. It's tails of sports in whatever it Stephen Jim Again at Ya. SCHMOOZING kibitzing hashing things out here on the program coming up today we'll get into some you sports discussion. It's no go for the rest of the calendar year for Canadian University Sports. Verbal slip up from an M. A. artist. What else do we got here in this? In this bit of Hoopla, we got The five most memorable Stanley Cup overtime goals of all time. For them happening. On this day in history basically anyway? Lots coming up the exact day. Now we'll give or take. Give or take a week or took. Nice. I'll get to that story a bit. How? Well that's how you come up with topics TV. Make it up. Just make it up. That's great. Yeah, yeah, you know it was. Always said if you WANNA get response, you WANNA. Get emails. Just make a mistake you know. Everyone always says that everything important happened on this day in history. Have, yeah don't forget back in two thousand and eight Steve the. First man landed on the moon. That's right twelve years ago. I cured cancer this morning day. Tell you. There you exactly I will tell you, Steve. You. Know you you a very funny. Take their few shows ago about. here's the here's the news we're trying to get. A cove it for example where they were saying. Hockey is going to start up. Maybe. Okay. Schools schools are going to be shut down. We think so, but we're not sure. All the and all that sort of. You know just trying to trying to keep people engaged. I guess you know it's like. Antero is GONNA phase in. Normal normal work schedules. Perhaps okay right. I love that. And He's still there. I'm still here, yeah? I mean it's all very weird like. I saw the Ottawa public health. Folks put out a thing today. Something pretty dramatic like just reminder everybody, it's not over. It won't be back to normal for a long time probably. Right Anyway what made me think of that was? Wendy Mesli Mesler. Mesler Messi has shown CBC called the weekly Okay and speaking of speeding of sort of a well. There's no story here until you tell you give me. Give me the what happened. And the headline today is. Wendy mezro! He's been suspended because of a word. She used during her broadcast. Okay, you gotta read on Stevie. That's a good hook right there, right? You WanNa know more give. Yeah. And so it goes on for. Another two three minutes as I read through it for five six, seven, eight nine ten paragraphs. And at the end, it's like we don't know what the word is. But. She's been suspended. Well, that's not a fucking story Steve. It's like. Well. In fact. She's been suspended. She's one of. The word of Here. Okay. That would be nice I. Still think there's a story. There's a big hole in the story, but it's still a story. Well, it's you just. GimMe Gimme the. Don't I. Don't think there's a story there until you tell me what it is. What happened? You know right so now? Everyone's getting into that mode from all these sort of 'em. Big bigamous cove eight covert updates. Just like we think this might happen, but we don't stay state. I saw I saw a tweet from Peter Mansbridge. Mistake in. The network do not just. They worked very well. They're not romantic for awhile. I'm assuming they still are I thought okay there, you. Just make it up, yeah! Celebrating. Sixty eight years of marriage. To anyway I thought I saw a tweet from Peter Mansbridge. Suggested something along the lines of she was quoting someone else who had said this word, but used the word while talking about it. Yeah, we'll give me the word i. need the word you. Have to wait. well as racially shoes right, so you can. If. It's a word and we're talking about racial issues. I think we can probably. Pin It down to probably you know three or four words it could have been. Well whatever it is, that's all I'm just making fun of with. There's this you know. We believe there's a story here, but we're not going to tell you. What the big the punches from it you know it's like it's like we're going to have some amazing stories coming up next week in our show. We don't know what they are. But there's GonNa be gripping drama. That's going to happen. That's going to be laid down and and we'll we'll be. Right next week. Well as we jump in today on the sports, Front. Canadian University of Sports. Use Sports as it's affectionately known, it's going to be a no go for the rest of the Calendar Year of twenty twenty and I mean that's everything. It's not like well. Maybe we can do this because it's not a goal for you. Know whatever? No, it's all canceled. And just meanwhile we're seeing the NHL. Major League baseball like they're still trying furiously to salvage their twenty twenty seasons like do they have different doctors in the NHL in the major league baseball side of things? Or are we clearly putting money ahead of safety when it comes to pro sports yeah. Yeah. Probably I guess. I still don't understand it why they're trying to sort of push this through. You know, get bringing more people involved I I was reading some stuff today about premier forward right is is trying to face stuff back in a couple of cities or pissed off I don't think Niagara Falls is part of that deal yet. Based on every region. Doing better I, mean everybody. Are doing better than others, and so the ones that are doing well like where I am in Ottawa. They've been given green light to go to face to and draw reopened gained ten people instead of five people. You're hanging out with and so on. Right! But my my question is. Before I decide. If I'm the guy in the position to make the decision. Premier Ford or somebody else when I ask someone from the health field. So if we start back up with Golfer, example okay. PJ's going to start this weekend. Is there any chance that Cova could make its way into that tournament? Is there you know what what what's the? What's the percentage? Chance here risk of Kovin. And my guess would be the guy goes. Absolutely could absolutely could there's. A understand that there's no indication here of what we're GonNa do that could one hundred percent. Prevent, The virus here from making its way through the gates of the colonial PGA. Vent this week, the Charles Schwab. I'm out Steve I'm out, you know. Okay I while the. I mean you sports decision this week? And then again that tweet from Ottawa Health Ottawa Public Health today that smack me in the face when I woke up this morning. Let me read it to you here. And even got a big. You know graphic that goes with it Hashtag covert wise and statement is this. There's no easy way to say this. covid nineteen isn't quote unquote over. We're not going quote unquote back to normal. We must all become hashtag covert wise and learned to live with the virus moving forward. That startled me a little because it felt like in general basic attitudes that are out there on the street. It felt like we are moving toward a you know a resolution based on people's attitudes in general. Lots of people are still panicking about it like you. And then on top of that, we're phasing in. You know as a Friday here in Ottawa this second phase, it just feels like we're on our way to resolution. And then I see this thing from Ottawa public health. We're not going back to normal everybody Willie. Who Right? Or what else does that say? We're going to have to live with? With a covert life or you have to learn to live with the virus moving forward. What's that mean? I think it's pretty clear what that means. Love like it's okay to go out of the House now. What? You have to go out and take your precautions. Wear a mask. The make sure you're. Doing all the precautions that we've been schooled on over the last three months big time anyway might my bocquet that I'm throwing out there today? Steve You gotTa okay. I got a bulk AARP. Tossing out there goes goes to the university sports. That's the right thing to do. Right. I think they're really smart. No boom haven't heard enough gate. It's still kicking around still got a presence here. People are still getting sick. Yeah, with the numbers are up or down or stable or whatever no, we're going to I. think that's the smart thing to do arena in some degree of fairness, and I agree in some degree of fairness I think I should point out. They are apples and oranges. You know we talked about what pro. Sports Leagues are doing in both baseball and hockey as their proposal like they're going to have these hub cities. They're gonNA have the players you know going to the same hotel and. Playing in the same arenas like he just can't do that in youth sports, it's Nice. It's not cost effective. It's not practical and so with the big money that's on the line. They're able to make these accommodations and do things like the PGA tour like we about in our last episode. They are actually testing. The what six hundred seven hundred people that are going to be on the course, players broadcasters volunteers all these people. They're going to get tested and they're going to get results on covid within two to four hours, but this is none of this stuff comes cheap so they're making. Great Strides in the way they're handling things. Safety angles that they could never think of doing in US sports, right? Know all that being said. Again what what what people are forgetting? Is. If, you're Dustin, Johnson and I. See his name on the on the draw sheet for tomorrow. Crazy Times. Off Before six in the morning I don't know why I mean. It's a big field. Anyway so so dusty, says okay for example I'm I'M GONNA play. And that's all fine. You've made that decision, but there's so many other people who who who have something to say about this. So if you're Paulina, Gretzky dozens wife with two kids, and she says no, you're not. You're not. Play you're certainly not coming back here. Right shirt, certainly see. I got my new teeth in. Feel. Sure surely if feel pretty good Steve. What are they made of like a like a plastic of some kind? Of course, it's a it's actually like a like a porcelain plate, alka and Maybe we'll give a demo one day. Steve on the video, and you the gross side of putting false teeth. No Anyway, what what? What a show that would be? If. You're a family member. Saying, wait a minute, you're. Doing that you're not coming back here. You know I don't want you getting in the car that I share I. Don't want you coming back into the living room. I, don't want you sitting at the kitchen table and if you're the Gulf course where the guy practice is, someone puts up a stink goes. You can't have this guy here. Until! He quarantines after this event So, many other people to consider so it becomes a bit of a selfish thing. If, someone says okay, I've had enough and I'm I'm I'm getting out of the House and I'm going to participate in either work or sports or family picnics or whatever I'm well. Not Not not if I'm related to you bright well, sure hell of a lot safer than going to all these protests that are happening all over cross across North America right now. It's people on people you know compared to a round of golf. Where he might be careful, you know, make sure you get the L. going before you open up the clubhouse that you know. Fifty people have touched that door knob before you like. It's just a night and day. It's I guess it's all about managing risk doing the right things and I guess part of the reason. Everybody's opening right now is they're realizing that this thing's probably not going to fully go away for the foreseeable future. We can sit in our houses. When we do, get out there. We just all need to be doing the right thing and well. There's lots of examples where people are not unfortunately. Yeah, and sports is doing a lot better job. You know under the circumstances is like any other business. They got to try and find a way to carry on. They are returning to work doing the mess they can. Under the circumstances getting the players, the safety precautions they need, and their not inviting anybody to come and watch right. If you look at that, Golf Tournament for example. There seems to me to be so many places so many. Situations where you could still get the virus from the second you you get in your your rental car or your courtesy cart the hotel. Okay? WHO's touched that WHO's who sat in that car? Whose when you pull your clubs out, and you drop them off somewhere. WHOSE TOUCH THE CLUBS! Where's the caddy been? You know when I when I picked up the scorecard at the scores tent touched that you know who's touched the pencil I just. To me anyway, maybe I mean I'm not. I'm not perfectly educated in. Well Steve. What are you perfect pitch, kids? I read some stuff a couple of weeks ago about shopping for example for food, and when you to see you pick up a box of kraft dinner to look at it to see if you're getting the cheesy one, or whatever yeah, so someone says okay, so so how do we figure this out? If nine people ahead of this guy's. Touch the box, and so they're saying well, you buy it. You get home and you're. Wipe it down I. Guess You gotTa do this and and leave it in your cupboard for twenty four hours. Because it can't live on cardboard for more than twenty four hours or something like Oh, okay I hope, I remember that yeah. Well, they're crazy times and I guess it's all about managing risk great. You think about the risk. We all take me jump behind the wheel of a car every day. Go out there, and you can be the best driver in the world most conscientious, but you know like like a virus floating around out there. You've got distracted drivers. You've got drunk drivers. You get terrible drivers. Stuff can happen mechanical failure. You still doesn't stop you from getting behind the wheel of a car, but it's all about risk management and doing the best you can mitigate the risks and I guess we have to start looking at life with covid under kind of the same stir circumstances. Want to change gears here. It was on this date twenty years ago today. The Jason Arnott of the New Jersey devils did this happen. New Jersey are running. Four. Is. giving. The! Six. Jason Arnott scoring the overtime, winning goal game six as the devils beat the Dallas Stars back in two thousand and I. Love the goals like that you think about. Being in the NHL US, just dream come true I'm sure but the thing you always dream about scoring the overtime winning goal to literally win a Stanley Cup and The hockey news put together a top five on that front, and it's an interesting. How many round numbers are in this? Tell me which is your favorite out of these five. We Read Hall increase was in ninety. Nine as Dallas beat Buffalo. This fans losing their crap is crazy. Call that all year what he had done and the following year Dallas as we just talked about, would get burned in the other direction losing the Stanley Cup. Final, but yeah twenty years ago Jason Arnott. Then got ten years ago this week. Patrick Kane scores to give Chicago a Stanley Cup title beating Philadelphia. It was forty years ago. That bobby nystrom scored in nineteen eighty to give the islanders the win over the Philadelphia flyers for their first Stanley. Cup Wins. They started a dynasty and the granddaddy of them all fifty years ago this year Bobby Orr as we talked about in a recent episode with maybe the famous most famous goal of all time flying through the air as Boston beats the Saint Louis Blues in Nineteen, seventy, not to win the cup. Liam's head must be exploding today Liam. McGuire, because you know, he loves those numbers right here. All Nice and round for sure, which is your favorite? Or do you have maybe another overtime goal that you loved? Thought sit right. That's that's ten years ago. Right, said the kit in the Olympics. Yes, sir, another round number, another round number, right? Not exactly to the day, but. I for sure I think about or sure. One of my favorites was There's a couple. I think about playoff overtime goals that Walk off shots, but not to win a cup right, but I think of boats Steve is Herman's overtime. Goal is laser in one up in the top corner Gretzky beating Mike. Vernon, top shelf. Yes, I was there. You're there. I was at that game. Gretzky goal just inside the Blue Line left side right. Yep, and he's the guy that you know of all the things. He was renowned for having the Howitzer Slapshot, but he founded that day. Yeah. I'll. I'll tell you what I was at that game in Calgary, so it was in the Saddledome I went down. I remember driving. I was working with Molson. And I grabbed one of the vans. and. It was kind of weird because it was mean another guy in Jeff Taboo Boo drove down with us. For some reason, he wasn't team, but I mean it was an oiler. But he became drove down with us we had some. Beers Obviously wasn't dressing that. So I was know I'm a rabbit. Oil Fan and so is in my seats and. Jumping up and down Stevie when there was when they did score a goal. Screaming at the wrath. And my buddy was like you might WanNa pipe down here. Okay, there's a bit of a rivalry and want get. The Shit kicked out of because you're being Fuckin- goof okay. Gave right and I was like. Oh, whatever you know. Lit Up Steve is come on, you know, and and and then it started. Then started here behind me, go shut up. Sit Down right is like a little, a little beyond testy Stevie, a great, not just a little fun. You Know Oh oilers sock. Okay. It was beyond that right and then. And then I jumped up again, and I sat down and all I remember Steve is about it felt like like like an octopus. Okay with. Goals grabbing the back of my suit jacket. And my my shirt there was like three guys got in there. Grab me stuck their hands on their pulled my shirt open and dumped bearn peanuts down the back of my shirt excellent. Yeah, yeah! The salted shelled peanuts with with a bunch of beer stevie. down. Not like inside Stevie on the skin here. Okay, not just down. The did not just throwing shit at me, but That that was comfortable, Steve. Three or four hours. I just you know it's a conundrum how you've managed to live this long. Right in the end, though Stevie, Gretzky. Drew. Now Nana Nana Hey A. Good bye baby. Goodbye great interview. By the way I'm not even sure. If we publicized it here on this show, you did a great interview with Gretzky on the suspended bills. you and Russ. courtnall had him on, and we may have mentioned it, but. Worth another plug because it was terrific. Because you've we've all seen Gretzky, a million times in interviews with as being interviewed by Chris Cuthbert Ron Maclean. But here he is with two good friends. You Rest Kornel Guy He. has a pint with and stuff and really enjoys the company, and that really rubs off on the interview. If you've ever wondered here, Wayne Gretzky kind of letting his hair down a little more than you have ever before then I highly suggest you check it out. It was my favorite intro. That I ever gave him that one. Every mundane thing about him. He kind of got back at me after he's like. He's got nine and a half shoe. He way watched the full episodes of Downton Abbey likes to down. WHAT'S LIKES TO DANCE LIKES TO DANCE? But he's not very good. He can carry a tune, but he's a shitty singer. Batted cards. He didn't seem to like that very much. That's the one right and I said. He's A. He's a GIN rummy player, but his mother in law keeps kicking his ass. Areas winger and he's like Hey hey, easy man easy on the her kicking my ass. How compared, are you? It was great. It was great. Thanks for the plug and check it out while absolute fifty. Even numbers everybody clamoring. They WanNa back for ninety nine episode number ninety nine. Yossi seemed like some decent symmetry. Anyway, the other Stanley Cup. Winning goal scored in overtime. Since Bobby Orr in nineteen, seventy include Jacques Lemaire in nineteen, seventy, seven against the Boston, Bruins, Colorado, their first, and only title in ninety six was off the stick of the Great Ovais, Croup and the only other one. The most recent one was Alec Martinez with the La Kings in two thousand fourteen. A change gears again talk a little bit about Gulf. Or Gulf starting today God love that and we mentioned in the last episode that they're making a bunch of the players up and well now there's pushback. Justice Thomas, who ironically enough was actually part of that. Kind of exhibition event that we saw with the two quarterbacks. Peyton, manning, Tom Brady playing. With an against Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods, JT was one of the analysts on course, and he was a lot of chirping and having fun. But as far as a competitive round of golf which we have happening this weekend Justin Thomas Says No I'm not wearing a Mike. That's not me what I talk about with Jimmy, my caddie, and when I talk about with guys in my group is none of anybody else's business, no offense. That was kind of the way you had predicted. Things would go yeah. I Love Justin Thomas for his comments, because he he, he always gives you a reason. He does he doesn't just say. No comment. or He's not, he's not laying about takes a he's. He's very straight ahead. Man and saying. Like he did here. No, it's no one's business. Right and most your agent or your PR guy might be. We don't. We don't offend anyone. Don't forget these guys in sponsors and all that stuff and he's he's like. I don't give a shit. I don't give a shit. You know I hearken back to Brooks Koepka. WHO's apparently not very popular with the players and Brooks's sort of act in a few ways that people go only gone down. Dial it back buddy. Where he said. Now, he's really good. Of course. Anyone falls golf. Remotely knows that Brooks Scapula's. You know one baton to pizzas and all sorts of other ship, right? And, they said. How much do you know? How much do you practice? And he said well the only time you'll see me. Is is on TV or something like that. Remember that comment saying that's the only time you'll ever see me playing golf as when I'm on television, I don't practice. And sort of like really shut up, dude, right, and then and then what happens is. He poses. For a magazine on the cover and he's naked Steve Okay Brooks is. Sort of covering up all the vice barnes tastefully. And when I saw it, I'm like. Yuk Okay. Let's leave it up to the swimsuit. Models for sports illustrated. A because one of those things where I know what everyone's thinking going? Really. Get your fucking gear on and off the cover of that magazine. Fat Or something what. It was just sort of weird that you got a naked guy on a magazine like G.. Q. Or whatever it was not espn the body issue. There's been dozen. Great athletes who've done that so yeah? Like. Man Okay got it. Justin Thomas. Weighs in on his instagram. SORTA quoting who whoever? The news outlet singer ESPN saying. Pick up your copy today with Brooks, kept on the cover. He has that coordinate goes dot, dodd and says. No I'm okay, thanks. Pass sort of deal. So I like I liked that guy but. That was gonNA come out and. Golf for a little while there any as obviously been a consistently a top ten guy. He's got twelve wins, and he's only twenty seven, so that's a hell of a Golfer, but he was going through a little spell. There was like you thought that he was going to be the next tiger, but he sort of fallen back to be one of the top ten now and winning, you know. Appropriately based on being just one of the top ten, but for a while there, he really gave me a vibe like okay. This guy is the way he's the next tiger. Years ago, he went back to either back to back or to to events in Hawaii. You know like really good like to win in that PGA you gotTa be good, but and I saw at the PGA right. He's small man. He's not not a very big guy, and so to be able to hit it out there with these other long bombers. You got lots of game. You know, so. We had six wins in two thousand seventeen, so he was like. Really percolating in twenty seventeen and since then he's had. Five wins, so he's. Still an excellent Golfer still don't get me wrong, but for a while there. You WanNa PG that same year. He looked like a guy that was just gonNA. Late everybody. and He's and he's fun Steve Follow Him and like like him Ricky Fowler. there's there's a couple of other guys on tour that they all hang out together Yup and and have a riot Thomas Sherzer House with both Rickie, Fowler and Jason Duffner and also Kevin Kisner in that mix as well so they got a little. Little. Little PG, RATPAC! I Guess Smiley Kaufman. I think is the other guy. And there's a great youtube video. that. You can look up where they're sharing a house. Justin Thomas I think it's ricky and Jason Duffner okay. The frumpy guy right sort of low reactor guy that. People have been making fun of him, but his weight. That's been up and down shit like that right and he he's he's not very. He doesn't look very athletic. Okay, he's not. He's not ripped like Capco or lean machine like Dustin, Johnson or even bryce. Shambo went away and gained twenty pounds of muscle. And duffner is like the Craig Stadler of the modern era. Golf you. There the backyard. Okay, fuck it around and got the soccer ball out and Duffner in net. Was! Just in her, ricky kicks a ball and it's it's just too. Duffner is right. You know it's like. It's a pretty easy. Just stick your hand out and fucking dives twos right. And almost breaks his back. Move Hilarious it's and it's great that they put that shit up you. Well. It's great to have golf backed out. I'll say that. There's no no doting that keen to see this weekend. When we come back in the show, we'll talk about an unfortunate attempted trash, talking, and as well the city of Ottawa with a climate report. That makes you want to raise an eyebrow. That's after these words. Hey, it's Josh from all Insurance Ontario I'M GONNA. GonNa Guess. You're driving as much these days, so why not save a little money? If you have more than one vehicle, send me a tax. 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Remember the name grams tree stump grinding contact them today on facebook. How about this? Guy. I think he'd just finished a workout or maybe he'd actually just finished a fight. But he decided he wanted to do some trash talking. Let me saving. They get the name for you here. Don't WanNA. Be inconsiderate, although you know what as I played, he'll probably be just as glad if I don't mention his name. Because the trash talk well, it didn't come across very well. Is Hype Shit everyone talking above. The Greatest Guy and You better when your fight because I'm coming on way, I'm coming for that ASS. pull us, so there's Al Jemaine. Sterling, who probably never gonNA live that one down i. know what he's trying to say, but yeah. Oh No! You WanNA fight that guy. Going to punch me in the face. I didn't know that was coming. I'll tell you what he's GonNa do a lot for viewership for that when they're going to see I. don't give a fuck how we how we fights. I don't care how many rounds he goes. Someone stick a Mike and his face, okay. Get that going right away all hands. It'll be about it's. GonNa be about nine thousand reporters Steve Show up for an event there and what's going on? Yeah well dudes fighting here just want to. We just like to talk to him for a second before he jumps into the ring. You think he enters the ring. You're thinking you know ACDC thunderstruck or something the real hardcore music. You're not thinking about bounding. Wow, your. Guy For A. Good spot to call it a day. Joined the golf. I've got to watch it. Let's finish this good. Good night, everybody we'll see.

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The Steeven Orr Else Trailer

Steeven Orr Else

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The Steeven Orr Else Trailer

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All The Time Everywhere (ATTE)

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All The Time Everywhere (ATTE)

"On the banks of the greater river high above the alert gorge this is the buzzer podcast. Indie music new releases industry insiders out of the box conversations with guests from june worth from the west coast to the east coast to cross upon and from down under. And now. here's shame hayes here on air indie. Welcome and enjoy episode thirty eight. I music history boils down for a full twenty nine to fifty nine. Golden records released puppy love by thirteen year. Old dolly parton in the united states. The song was recorded two years earlier when she was just eleven years old. The song didn't char but later became a head for donny. Osmond shady and erin lavender from all the time everywhere. Having animated discussion about music today the show features stories behind the tracks from the latest album. Belong kong spending three trucks from the saw. Some release all the time everywhere. I established himself in kingston napoli ontario area and now call alberta home. Hey shay here welcome. We have canadian alternative skate punk man. All the time everywhere author known as at and we have aaron lavaka here today to represent the ban. Hi aaron thank you for joining our show thanks. Probably god's great following you guys for a while. oh. I saw your hawk video. What base book. But it was just a short update. It's actually kind of funny so canadian. Yeah i actually to the hard way to the kids sit had those backyard rings. Gotta keep the hockey up jail us. I like let a few go every now and then you know i actually. I can't skate like a girl. I learn hockey. Skates was one of those jerks that play with the boys were hockey. Has so yeah. I love hockey. I love hockey. I haven't i haven't watched a lot since A lot past five years. That's gotten around bit board. But i was a real big fan. You know back in the days of the less zito bobby orr and That i'm dating myself okay. Okay well. I saw henderson score. Do yeah bobby are was by. What's up to cheer this year while it's been a twenty twenty one. i guess. Yeah while we've been just in the jam space writing we. We got a drummer that were teaching some new material to an old material. So you've been doing that Work at on alive set for whenever we play again and just just keeping busy really like today. I actually went into calgary which is about an hour and a half away and we went to the music store and we Just live set. Were basically we've been working on our inner monitor system just so it's easier to hear ourselves live and you know we're the live set is basically where we're at right now and we've written a few new songs but haven't really moines any of it yet. Just you know. We got a lot of work to do so sense that you busy. But we're here to talk about your ep that you released november sixteen twenty twenty. The long kong was six tracks. And we're going to feature a digital van wake and untitled which you now call. It's called unapologetically correct. Yeah coon we have. We had whatever fans name it We had a name that song contest. Kind of thing. Something to do and Yeah he Does names lee jaffe and he named that song which is kind of uncomfortable for me. Because i'm one of those artists people. I'm kind of weird about it. But our manager paul was this like you gotta name the song man and i'm like all right i can't name it never like well. Let's get somebody else to david That's kinda came about. How can you name sonya other artist. I had a weird block on it. Like i tried to name it a couple of times that i was just you know. There's an obvious name for it. Once you hear the song it'd be like oh well. I would enable this but like i just sometimes. I just don't like doing that. That i just was just kind of like. I don't know where to leave this saugus like you know what i'm not gonna bother with it and that's where we ended up with that. I actually kinda get back. Because i i write for new york city firm for musical content and i have to title. The article celebrate sometimes. Always have trouble is you. Do get a block you got. You're talking about. Paul hudson events level entertainment. Yeah yeah he's got. He's got details by helped side the I follow professional abby too. I really like paul like you know. We have our every couple of weeks. We have our our long polycrystalline. We have an hour long kind of chat about whatever. Sometimes it's a little more than that for deal something but yeah. We've had some had some good long conversations. I've had all purchase. Go about the guy so you are now in banff alberta relocated. They're out of kingston app Just start working fulltime as artists. That right yeah. Well i i kind of had a few reasons to move. You know you know when you grow up in your own hometown and you know. I felt like i felt like i was kind of grow. Will i needed to grow. Basically and i felt like i could do it there and i wanted to wanted to leave my hometown and my dad had been bugging me saying you know you should really get out of your hometown for a while at least just to see your made of kind of thing and and He was kinda he said this a long time ago and it never really resonated now. Kind kinda dislike while. I'm out of here and see what the world has to offer and see if i can make it somewhere where it grow up because when you grow up somewhere you really kinda coddled and i didn't really have to try too hard to do anything and it was. Yeah i just felt like. I just needed to get out of there. Basically and in the music scene in kingston is. There's a lot of people that play music Kingston there's not a lot of bands that to were from kingston and really like they. Don't they play in kingston and they don't leave. Basically and a lot of the musicians. I was hanging out with around there. They they wouldn't the was scary to a lot of people and i was just. I was in another band called a dying race From two thousand three to two thousand seven and that's all we did was tour and you know i. That's how i grew up was like the further. You get away from your home. The more you see you know if your music has an impact on people or whether it doesn't you know you all your friends are always going to go right up your ass and say oh you're the best blah blah blah. You know stroke your ego and it's like it's easy to get lost in that in your hometown. Eero and then you go outta town and then you find out what the world's really like and it's not. It's not as nice as you think it is. You know like so. In touring is is the reason i play. You know like. I want to go places i wanna see meet different people and indeed that kind of thing so you might light thing. Yeah like that's the whole point right like i mean. Don't get me wrong. Writing music is something i do and i love but it only goes so far. Know there's only so much excitement you can get out of that. Uh playing your music for other people and that that live show energy like you can't beat that you know what a big mosh pit opens up on friday like that's one of the best feelings in the entire world you know the lights are on and it's hotton it's it's a rush and you just can't you can't duplicate it any other way so i definitely see that so. Have you had the opportunity to do a live tour for the long con. Go we have because the pandemic like we were to release it in the springtime last year when the pandemic hit and it was just like delay. Delay delay to the point. Where like i was just like. We gotta get this out. I gotta get it out of my mind kind of thing and finally just like just just put out kind of thing so we finally did that and then i was hoping we would be back playing now. But you know the government's taking their sweet time doing everything and i don't honestly think they what they're doing so we'll see what happens here. It's got an unfolding situation but hopefully we'll be able to tour this record in the fall and see what see what it can do right like is you can only go so far trying to promote on the internet anymore either. So it's like you got to get out and play live like you can't can't rely on the internet to beer income percent at ju feel that when things open up that it'll be easy straw clouds to rely for I think may off. I would hope so. Sit their houses unless they're like less people like you know maybe they're scared to leave after that or they don't know how to how to leave like if it goes on for too long right like the money or or that too. Yeah i'm hoping. It opens up before festival for the summer. With the idea. While i would be but i i don't know i don't want to say i don't want wanna say it will or while it's just I hope i do agree with you. It's convolute convoluted reaction to all of the happenings with the coleville them I stay away from hall sex. But i would just say regardless of the politics i would say. Most leaders haven't had sort of dropped ball i i i've not very happy with it. And it is actually worrisome. What what will be The the aftermath once all the serve and or all the subsidies like a better word run out like then now but I think with music Is this dark period. But i. I hope i pray that the Well we'll find. The industry will find a voice. Soon will move back on you know. I know a lot of great musically written out of this while. Yeah that's the thing too. It's kind of forced forced my hand and going like okay. It's kind of a good for us in particular. Maybe not all like established musicians are probably absolutely just hating it right now and i got. I got friends that build stages and do live show stuff in there. You know not doing anything right now which i feel bad for them but is all the time everywhere personally for us. It's been good because it's forced us to. You know work on our live set. You know really focus on you know. How do we wanna come out of this. Because i want to come out of the gate just flying like i want to be in shape and i wanna yeah. It's it's good in that way where it's you know forced our hand to work on the little things and there's no pressure to hurry up and get out on the road. It's like all right. Well let's just hammer this out in. It's a little tough to keep focused at times because you just kinda getting frustrated that you can't go out but at the same time it's like we'll just forget about that and just work on it and get it done makes sense. Did you start music early in your life like was it around you growing up like started this Well when i was a kid i was. You know one of those kids. You know I watched hockey lot. When i was a baby. I really into that You could turn the music on and set me in front of the stereo. And i wouldn't move. I just sit there. Was this really always a kid. Yeah there was always music around me like nobody in. My family was musical really. My parents didn't play music. I remember there was a guitar. My dad's closet that he had from somewhere and that was the first time i'd seen an electric guitar held on electric guitar. They got me a ukulele and a hat and a whistle for my birthday. One day i thought one of those through my. Yeah my birthday ed. There was a queens music professor over at my parents house. And i guess i was just rip it on this ukulele hat and whistle and doing all these spins with ukulele and the beezer professor against her to my mom and said he's going to be a musician when he gets older at that was kind of the last. I'd heard of it when i was a teenager. I played hockey. I played a rep hockey and that kind of ended abruptly at i was kinda beat down about it and i'm like well i gotta find something else to do with my time so i started you know. Hack it on a guitar with my best friend. Jim and his room and i wrote the first thing. I did what. I learned how to play. Guitar was wrote a song because i was like well. I don't wanna learn other song old as right my own song and then so like i kind of taught myself for like three or four years how to write music and then when i was in high school i was lucky. Enough to Craig runyan's was a music professor at queens but he was a precaution and he like he. He was a composer to like. He wrote stuff for our percussion class to play and he was the one who kind of taught me how to write a mood. And and and write music been away. I don't think he did it on purpose. But he definitely showed me how to have a constructive booed. Because if you can't do that you know you're kinda cut it this right in the same song over and over again you know so music theory and things came to be in weird ways. Yeah that's pretty much. How i got into it. And then ever since then it's just been refinement of songwriting and that's not a good guitar player. You know i can't reps olo for you. Will i can. But it's not great not a great player a good player but my strength is the the writing of the music and that's basically where it stops for be interesting. You've referred to something that professors taught you how to write a mood. Yeah can you explain that for listener. Don't know musical theory sort of explain it. There's there's keys to songs like you. You know you hear people say in the key of c right. Yeah but if you're going to write let's say a happy song right and you just say okay. I'm going to write it in the key of c while you're gonna rewriting the key of c major right because the major key is more happy uplifting most of the time right and then if you're going to write a you know maybe a darker song or you want a darker. Were kind of put it in a way like a disney movie. You know you got the good guy song it would be see major and you know the bad guys song would be in c minor but it depends on what you're going for because in songs you can change the mood within the song as well so you know the verses could be super happy but then you could transition into a darker darker chorus. Let's say or vice versa. And you know see. Major is also A minor right so you go into an a minor progression out of a c major progression and you could change the booed inside the song as well. And then you know the it's infinite of what you can do is just if you have a vision than you can and you know the music theory behind what you can and can't play than then it becomes easier to get where you want to be if you know what i mean. Yes incredibly Yeah so. I can see how you said. Energy was created using the way you describe. Yeah and you could. You could go even darker like there's all kinds of keys you can play like i say see major in c minor. There is within even that there's know levels of darkness that you could achieve more late. It doesn't matter you can choose either. Or i like to. I like to experiment with both. Because you know it's always you know sad and morose sounding you know you could lose people you keep afresh to do a bunch of different things and it'll still sound like the same band but you can write different moods and songs and that's that's what i like doing this all right to whatever. I'm feeling as incredibly interesting. Thanks for providing explanation as so. Give me the background of the ban. Had should vice form all care. That's another one. Take a breath here. So i had. I've been in numerous bands over my life And i started all the time everywhere. Kind of is an art project And i just wanted to write and record the music because in my mind there was no one really to to were. No one really wanted to play it at the time. So i was like okay. Well this is the guy. Like i'm going to write and record this and pay for it blah blah blah so. Be my best friend. Date kinda teamed up. And we're like all right. We're gonna hit the studio and my best friend. Jim cutter put me in touch with producer named anton the loss in toronto and he put me in touch with him and we were going to go record london. And then anton like whoa. Hey i'm gonna move to toronto. Do you want to wait and do it later. And i'm like yeah sure so. He got a studio in toronto and So we went in there and kinda just did it as like an art project and so we recorded it. And i didn't put it out for a while and then i released it and then my brother was like hey. Why don't we tour this. I was like okay. Like how are we going to do that. At the time. I was used to band members right. You know you gotta drummer. You got a bass player blah blah blah. And he's like well. Why don't we what we hire the germer that you used in the studio and take him onto or i'm like that's a great idea. Let's do that then. We hired the bass player's well and then we did We originally were supposed to do. Twenty one shows an eighteen days in quebec in the province of quebec and it was booked. Yeah and it was booked by A guy i knew for years and he had been out of the game for a long time and he was like all do it. I'll book it. Let's go so he booked it. We didn't end up playing all the shows just because we had some weather delays and all that stuff but i think we ended up doing nineteen shows in sixty days or something like that a lot of the time we were playing two shows a day. we played a high school in the town and then we would play the bar in that town that night so it was really rigorous and a lot of driving and you know moving all the gear twice in the same days tough off at singing in playing and so it's pretty rigorous then. We got back from that tour. Obviously we were berto and the hen you know. I think maybe few went by and i was kinda dislike. Okay and then. That's when i decided. I wanted to move. And then when i got out here Good friend chris cushman place base. He was already living in bambi. Said come out here. Let's let's let's hang out like he wasn't thinking he was going to join the band at the time. At least that's what i thought. But i think he kind of had it in his head that he would all along anyway and yeah then so me and him decided one day like you know like maybe a month and to be eleven here that he's like i'm going to play bass let's do it. I'm like okay and he had another band. That was kind of not really doing much at the time. So he's like well. Let's let's do this. And that'll keep me preoccupied kind of thing and then and then yeah then channing. Lives in banff as well and ryan pontiac guitar player. So this is funny. This is a sweet story. So he's curing with cirque du soleil setting up stages and bleachers for cirque du soleil so he's traveling all over the united states he was. He was in labs says he was in florida. He was all over the place when friends since an acrobat for that shell crazy. Yeah so so yeah. He's down there doing that. And i call them up and say hey come to banff. Let's start with. Why don't you join all the time everywhere at he said dollars. There's no way i can do that. I'm you know do it. Circus away i. This is in december of last year. Yeah last year and he says there's no way i can do it. I said okay. That's all right so we auditioned a few guitar players. And i was just kinda like no. This is not working. I wanted to be somebody i know. He's a good dude so so we auditioned these guys. And i'm just like this is just terrible. I hate this. Paul was trying to find. Some people and i was like no and So july last year. I'm a i'm a red seal carpenter so i have. I have a job still so anyway. I have a job still. And i'm working working on this One of our friends Her back patio deck operation. Kind of thing going on. And i get this phone call from a number and i'm like hello and he's like i'm like Not much use this. These like pini. And that's his nickname for ryan. We call a p because last names piontek but anyways it's eighty in waco. Yeah what's going on buddy. He's like i'm advanced like. Oh yeah what do you do. Just visit into verb it. He's like no. I live here now and i'm like are you kidding me. I was just like us so he moved here. Didn't even tell me. I wait until he got until he got here and then he came over to my house that night. And he's like. I'm joined the band on like yes. The guy i wanted all along announce for ninety band. I was super stoked. i like. I couldn't have been happier person for well. It was tough to get the smile off my face for awhile. He's here with his family. Now and yeah. It's it's it's perfect right now. I love it melissa. Possum and ryan does league guitar. And you mentioned shannon He's your new drummer He's he's forbath He's lived here for twelve years. Thirteen years something like that. Same with same with chris. bass player. There us lived here for a long time player area. All it is. Yeah i got a. I'm sitting in my living here right now and i can. I just look at my window. And there's it's called cascade mountain of the stared at it right now actually. So that's there's not a more beautiful place to live really. I spent some time. In calgary went up to date of never skied up. I had to have balls to the me. So you're influences. I've seen in the press Alexa fire architect. We're the influences or something that is not there that you can talk about What would i was a kid. I used to listen to i. Listen to all kinds of stuff. And i still do. I mean i got a little narrow minded in my teenage years. And i only listened to like punk rock bands and skate punk bands. Because that's what was cool. But when i was younger in and now i listened to everything like i'll listen to any style of music. It's all beneficial to me to listen to. I think when i was a kid i was. I really like some try to think. Of what i was young young here time. Well i dunno. Governor feel that way What do we got here so. My parents had a pretty wide right like my mom listened to different stuff. That my dad so you know like my mom used to listen to pet shop boys all the time i like. I like that. it's really good. There's this introspective record. That i really like the songs are like seven minutes long. And it's just like no not radio hits and stuff but like you know pet shop boys. That's good stuff. I like their ballots and stuff. Like that I used to listen to kim mitchell. When i was a kid. We had one record by them The cakes my dad had a alive. Record of the kinks. We always listen. To what else was there like. Green day big into green day when i was younger offering grades six and seven eight was green day and the offspring and stuff like that And then when i was a great night i got into like facts and lag wagon. Patty wise face to face and goldfinger. That was kind of my teenage years. And now i'm allowed now. I listen to all kinds of stuff like everything. Bring me the horizon. Like the other day. I was listening to sarah mclaughlin building. She's got that saw building. A mystery is fire is a good song. Last morissette She's got that jagged little pill record sweet and she's got a another song in the city of angels soundtrack. Called on invited was listen to that the other day. And yeah everything. What about the lakers commands like they've been called the legacy baths. I saying. They are in debt like sampling. The who cream Okay so i got a weird thing with that i. I like those bands but because major radio has jammed them down my throat for my entire life and like it just irks me like they've killed it for me basically like like here too much and then it just becomes nothing to you. You know what i mean like. Listen to a song too much then. It doesn't hit you anymore. And i can understand that. Just jam stuff down your throat. And it's no fault of the bands. It's like the people playing it and it's like. How many times do i have to fucking here. Sweet home alabama like know zeppelin or whatever and that's another thing like major eighty all. It's all they do is they. Don't play anything new. There's new heavy bands that they could be playing on the radio and they just avoid it like the plague. It's like oh we don't want people listening to that like lake. I don't know who's right and playlists for radio stations. But they need to go. We need to get someone younger in there. You actually like you know does new music and stuff. Because i've heard that the foreign college radio aside she pretty good across canada. And i have a little history fat for that. You'll find funny. You said that Radio play is overdone. Juno that robert plant once a i believe it was ten thousand pounds to a radio station in the uk to never play stairway to happen again. Saying and he'll agree was be a he. I thought i was like. I'm a history trivia. Freak he actually paid a station's never planned again. It must've station picks up near where he's living. Oh yeah a guaranteed n. Lake dasa thing in like we put out We put out partition which is another song off a long con and we remixed the single for it. You know intro short. You know 'cause the intro on the album is actually longer and you know it wouldn't work for radio. So i got her producer to re hashing intro so it flowed in better. It wasn't as long as an intro. You send us the radio stations. And they listened to it and they have their little meetings about it and then they don't play it and it's like okay and i've i've heard this from a bunch of different people but they're like. Why is that song on the radio. Like i don't get it. And i don't get it either. It's like we're canadian band. I paid for this with my own money. You know and it's like we do all this work and they say will You know help. Canadian artists that and the other thing but when it comes right down to it they just play zeppelin again. And it's like okay. I know none of us have heard of led zeppelin but could you not play twenty seven times a day. Could you play something new and maybe let a younger band or you know another band like take the place of that saw. I'm sure we've all heard of before. Succession with a couple of people that there should be more radio stations including cbc Focus on indie music in canada thing. If they focused on what they call indie music in canada. It all sudden. It doesn't become indie music anymore. You know what i mean because it's a it's a lake. They're not doing their job. As far as i'm concerned in helping out canadian musicians now if you're not on a major label or whatever they'll play you gotta buy your talking about this morning. You know you have to buy your like. i don't wanna have to buy my spot. You know what i mean. I nine well. We were talking about it. I guess some some producer in the states. He does like big hit singles but he buys all the top spots on the radio station. So it's it's it's a guaranteed lock that they're gonna jam it down your throat right and that's how it's like if the song just came up the way ours is maybe it wouldn't even be there because maybe it's not that good but the fact that they jam it down your throat you know you after orla cool. That's pretty good. You know needs to be fact. It's like all the all. The radio stations are owned by lake. Rogers and bell so now it's like a corporate where they send their playlists down to the radio stations in the in the disc jockeys don't even have a say in what they play anymore whether they like it or not. It's getting played. You know so it's like these corporate overlords are just jam music down your throat. For whatever reason whether they're paid to do that or not. I have no idea but you know it's kind of one of those things. I think there was a thing about this in the nineties. Like howard stern talking about it. You know i play whatever. I want blah blah blah. And that's how he kinda got big because then he had all these record labels kind of just like buying their bans radio spots whether they were good or not. I do agree with you that if had the passion for indy's the format you should be playing on the thing on your platform. I do agree with that One of the reasons. Why not one of the reasons. Why started the bustard indy. The by will go into it. But it's one of the reasons i love doing. The show is because i don't have somebody told me what to play. And and what. What band put on you know i. I totally agree with you. I could get a hold of let's say. Cj in this in calgary. Let's say right guitar to whoever and they could be like. Oh i love this song but the guy in the way up high in the tower doesn't want to play it so it's not getting played in. It's like why is that guy deciding what's on other radio like like. Who is that guy for. Starters and i have to go and schmooze with all these is like. I've heard the conversation too many times. And i've heard the hall all we're having a meeting about the song song and it's like a little frustrating but whatever like like i said like they don't wanna play us on the radio that's fine. We'll go in the back door like i. I got my ways so you know and then later life if we if for something happens and we become a big band. I'll be like robert plant. And i'll just tell them not to play it period. Don't ever play my ever play by song or i'm gonna send somebody to your studio. I just thought it was funny. Show the attitude of our place. He's pretty as salty sometimes pretty salty. Oh my god is that reflect the tired of it do but let's talk a bit era of the track to hear next just digital man. Tell me the story that you're trying to put on that wall. That one's a mix of what we were just talking about and it was a bit and then i got a. I got a problem with with wall street. i don't. I don't think a job is sitting on the internet and clicking a button. I don't think that's a job. And i don't think people should be able to just make money on stocks. I think everything should be profit-sharing every single company in the world like i don't like because basically what you're doing is you're just you're not giving your employees incentive. You're giving your money to anyway. Be into a big argument with with a few people about this eventually. I got through to them. But i think i don't like wall street and i don't think that you should be able to make money just doing nothing. Basically i don't think that's a job named my opinion is not a job. You're just you're gambling and then the you know the whole suit and tie like i'm a carpenter so i work for my money really hired and it really frustrates me winners. There's people out there doing nothing. Basically as far as i'm concerned and they're making more money than i am not doing anything and yeah. So that's that's the song about like suits. I should while i wanna stop myself and say there are certain jobs where you'd wear a suit that are required. And then there's certain jobs that aren't and that's what i'm kind of host on. And the whole the whole digitization of music and spotify and apple music and how they don't pay you anything yet they use your music in. They're using all these musicians and got all rolled into one. And i called digital man. That's a good masses so next up we're gonna hear gentlemen. North korea walk way. The interest wrong okay. I really liked the sound and very happy upbeat at the same time. Yeah yeah for sure like i. I like to bring an energy to the to the table. You know whether whatever like we were talking about earlier moods and stuff you know you got to capture that energy in the song. You're tried to procure a so. I really like yeah. Digital is one of my favorite songs on that on that ep. Actually yeah i love it. Thank you so. We talked a bit about your untitled backstory chat. I can't say the name you know that because the green room. I tried to reach. So let's talk about you'd say Unapologetically correct yeah so. Tell me about that. Well now i got a kind of remember what. I was even writing about when i wrote that song. That was a bit of a weird for me. in fact i can't name. And i wrote the lyrics when we were like literally the day before we went. I was recording vocals. I wrote those lyrics. And i was kind of writing about a personal situation i was going through l. I don't really wanna get into that because And for a few reasons to but You know trying to figure out how to say this There's certain people that you can Have the relationship with and it's really one sided and you know what the hell is that one thing you never have to say. I'm sorry when you're married and stuff like that is. That is that a thing might just make up your sewing. Linda mission have to say you're sore ear anyway. That's kind of where i was going with me. Maybe i'll go with nine. They'll say i've never heard that but it could be it could be. I don't know. Maybe i'm making that up. I don't know All right though but yeah anyway was about her relationship. I was in a really felt. One sided and i kind of felt alienated a bit and You know yeah it was about that. I'm sure people will definitely relate to that because everybody's had a shitty relationship especially with those kinds of people So we're listening to Selects unapologetically correct. Awesome difficult presented days down at the gandhi song weird That was a great great relationship. I understand that you don't wanna share. It expected this check that so the public. Yeah i could have. I could've got into it. You know what. That's just like paul was telling me all you got to like. You wanted me to send explanations for every song and i don't really do that by like leave it up to the listener to decide what it's about everybody's gonna take something different from it and i think it kinda takes away from the experience of you know 'cause i know a lot of songs i listen to you. I have no idea what they're about. But there's certain lines in it and it resonates different with me. And they could be not even what they're talking about right so i don't know i'm kind of a love hate with the with the explaining what my songs are about in a way so different approaches I one live. I've seen artists to give a complete explanation on it. Works for them and music. Others actually more to the norm with your south. They allow the listener to demot laurent reasons. Side weather listening to him. How motivates speaks the. Think this i think this widening the last record where i do that might cause you broke up or the. That was a joke. I oppose good the next record. I put out. I think that i'm not going to. I'm not going to explain any of the songs after this one. Yeah i've know. I experimented with it. But i don't i think now. Just gonna leave it up to the listeners for the next batch because we have some good stuff coming down the pipe that we've been writing and yeah i'm going to leave it up to the listener. The for the next record. I think i listen. I look forward to hearing them. So are there any collaborations that you're the bad have done. That don are interesting. Likes talk about In doing videos or arrange used to our our our producer anton like. That's our main collaborator. he's been awesome in and the guy that Record the drums For for both of the records Staffan and my brother. My brother actually was a big part of the long con like that. This record probably wouldn't have got done if it wasn't for him a while. He was kind of guiding me a little bit. As far as lake the writing process went he was like is tied ear. Kinda lake hey. Why don't you get what you're trying to do. But why don't you try this or why don't you slow that one down. Maybe you know or this or that and then he was kind of finance year in a way where he was like. I was like i don't have the money to record this. Like all. put up the money record. Just do it. And i was like okay sweet. Because he's always been a fan of my music and one of my biggest supporters and he was on the first tour with the band and stuff and now he's still back in ontario but he's still considered to be as he's in the band. Because you know like i said he wouldn't the record wouldn't have got done if it wasn't for him And yeah so. It was sweet that me and him actually lake. You know as brothers did this together because you know it. It was a longtime common like. We'd always talked about it but we never really did it. So that was a sweet. That was a good thing. I wanted to do that. And i'm glad we did it And then yeah. Anton and stephanie been you know they've helped me the entire time at guided me and then you know my best friend nate wedeman. There's been a part of the process by their best regio blakely but a big part of the process Now i have you know the guys in the band now are part of the process. It's just you know it's been a collaborative effort the whole time. Really and without the support from those guys. This would not be happening right. So that's as a songwriter in and as we're going forward like i i never forget things like that. That's amazing you have such a close group around you. Chicago absolutely magical. I love hear stories like that will like a lot of like my parents used to say all. You never hang out with your friends from high school. Because they didn't right. They had a family that grew up in. They grew apart from their friends in high school. But i still hanging out with guys that i wouldn't kindergarten with lake landed chatterton like one of my oldest friends who I known him since i was in kindergarten. We still talk today so like i have a big lucky enough to have a big group of friends that in from all walks of life. And you know they're all those people are important to me in will continue to be s as so we're gonna talk about wake up the next story. I added to my spotify playlist today Like it has a bit of an anthem feeling to it. Am i right about that or you could be right about that for sure. Yeah that was That was outside of the box As far as the or went it's kind of like a country song in a way. I designed it that way because i like that kind of style of like i like. I don't like new country. But i like an elements of new country right or country music period. I think they're important. And i wanted to write something a bit different in. This worked out perfectly as far as that was concerned and like like a lot of people say that that's their favorite song on the record. Actually everybody's got a different song but one dot one for sure and with me too. It's a different one. And i really like it definitely. Has the country field. That i still act influence. It's still really yeah. That's that was a kind of a cool thing. We'll be recording. We're like what we could do this. And it still sounds like the same band doesn't sound like a different band in like all the songs on that record most of them have a different feel for one another so not support to be like i was saying before about when you're writing a mood and stuff flick it up you know so. It doesn't sound like the same song whole record. Like ac dc. Does you know august. Acdc don't get me wrong. But time like i'm read into that A c. d. c. No they're one of my One of my sales. Listen to quite a razor's edge have a have a tight tight friendship record. But i actually have a pitcher my cat on facebook i turn on. Acdc bedtime bright. First time. i did and her. Name's reread kanter. Ears go completely back. Glaze uses the wind. It was funny every every time. I put a bath like she gets like memorize like right. Ida funding us. We're going to listen to wait. Nex flashing warning lights. Now it's so and actually these days swift with crushing were jailed. Laura live aaron. I barely loved the sound. i love the. It's not a crossover sam. But i love a country influence in keeping with the Band's sound you definitely a good one. There was a great song much. Yeah so we already talked about what's happening this year. And you're hoping to gig israeli saying that you would like to highlight for Listeners out there to follow you for hats like where are you most active on social media. Aw while i'm not a big social media guy chris chris cushman bass players. More were out to that but Off he's on the facebook their facebook dot com slash all the time everywhere and instagram dot com slash. All the time everywhere Our website where you can basically go anywhere from is a. t. t. e. band dot com and you can go on there and you can order merch shenanigan. Watch her latest music videos and Then we also have a online merge store at of holland and it's If you go to epic merged dot com and search all the time everywhere you can order merchandise from them and They got all kinds of stuff of their hats. Shirts hoodies pretty much. We weaker buy you can buy like a onesie for your toddler on their act one. Yeah you can buy. What like they have these little little up there with it all the time everywhere logo on three even waiting for somebody with a baby to buy one and send me a picture j. Really ha- was definitely. I believe For what you said. Go to the website. The best place to follow you is is everything is central for sure. 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205: Reacting to Big, Bad & Bobby & A One-Year Extension For Torey Krug? w/ Dale Arnold

Bruins Beat

30:56 min | 1 year ago

205: Reacting to Big, Bad & Bobby & A One-Year Extension For Torey Krug? w/ Dale Arnold

"Hey, everybody and welcome to Bruins beat I. Am your host of Marinov Ski and I'm trying a little bit of a different intro here on this show it's funny. Sunday night I was. I couldn't sleep for some reason. I was kind of staring at the ceiling and. Billion thoughts are going through your head and. All of a sudden I, said Oh my God. I think I've been hosting. Bruins, beat for year, and so I went looked at my own. Insurance off the first episode was about I. Think exactly a year ago. It'd be Saturday, but it was exactly a year. and. I couldn't believe it. I was like Oh my God. This is actually owned by. And it's been crazy to think about. This has been a year. And I just wanted to say thank you. To everybody to all the listeners, you guys, you guys make this possible. You know there's no other way to put guys make this possible listening every week engaging with me on twitter or wherever you engage with me on honest to God you guys are the absolute best, and I mean that With everything say seriously. It means all the while also thank you to the guests for coming on. It's part of the show right the guests. You don't just come to hear me. You come to hear the guests as well. Maybe you can just hear me who knows but the guests thank you to them. obviously on a huge milestone. It's only year, but I did want to take this time to just kind of say. Hey, thanks, and maybe also change the intro. It's been a year. You know I feel like I've been doing the same format for awhile, so maybe we switch things up. Maybe we try new things pandemic why the hell not but so? Yeah, we're just GONNA I am trying to centro slowly. Going my way into it, no big deal and. Let me think maybe don't like the intro. Maybe you want me to change it back. Maybe you really do need the date at the top of every tro because you don't know it. I don't know maybe but so this episode had on Dale Arnold You know daily, Love Him. He's on the BRUINS Pope. Pre and post game shows zone show on ee I from ten to two every day. I called. Dylan, Keefe, still going, listen to it even though. We're in a pandemic and ours sports still listen, and so read sports content so reading, listen or watch and we on Dale. We talked big, bad and bobby. Maybe hopefully guys will watch that Sunday night I thought it was great. At time is no sports. Why Not Watch it? It's something to watch. And then we talked about an interesting. Take on Tori crew by my friend. Tom Anderson so. We talked about that before. I, get into the podcast with currently no NBA NHL or MLB. You might think there's nothing about on and guess what. You'd be wrong. 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Also access went thousand recipes and tools. You Need Dan Patrick Weight loss from the company whose revolutionized the weight loss industry. Send up your first consultation today and awaken one eighty weight loss dot com. Turn. And we're here with Dale Arnold Dale. Avenue I'm doing okay. I gotta move my microphone I. Just Finished Radio Now. We're doing podcasts. Stuff ed will buy microphone you are in my might radio studio here in the basement of my house, so. How's that going for? You. It's a little weird. It's gotten less weird as we've gone along It's always better to do shows when you can communicate visually non non verbally with your co host. You can talk during the commercial breaks. You can go over what we're. GonNa do. rich, and I were both a little nervous about how that was going to work out under the circumstances, but so far. Knock Wood. It's great. And the good thing is i. feel like every show is going through this right now, so it's not like it's advantage or disadvantage, and also you can see each other on camera, which is good because we usually do podcasts where you're calling in, so it's I can't see you, but now we can see each other so i. know when you're about to stop me to start. So I think that's very good a good thing, so it's awesome. Why guess we don't, but maybe we should. Do visuals for everything so we record this on Monday just for those who do not know and Sunday night was big bad and bobby the documentary I take it. You watched it. Are. You kidding me. I had gotten a preview. Look at at some of it And on the radio show on Friday. We talked to bobby about it and got an opportunity to visit with them. I mean I couldn't wait it was it was my Sunday night was filled with Bobby Orr eighty nine and Lebron, James, from nine to eleven, and it was like a night is like the old days. But if you're a bruins fan if you're a hockey fan. Watching that. Eight to nine slot on on NHL Network was just unbelievable. You know what's funny. Is You know I only twenty one young guy? But what's funny? Is What this whole pandemic? Yeah you're twenty one to we just both joining. We both went to the bar for the first time. Good for us. But so. With, these Jordan documentaries of nine to eleven every Sunday night and it feels like. It feels like Mo must watch tv not much these days. Everyone in the family get around the TV to watch something. Because usually can stream it or you watch the highlights of it this. It feels like everyone in America is on their couch, watching it, and it felt like everybody in Boston was watching the Bob your documentaries, I mean truthfully and Mrs No disrespect anybody but I think if the bruiser were in the middle of a playoff run if we weren't in a pandemic, if everybody home a guarantee, the ratings would be probably lower in the, and maybe the care factor might be a little bit lower in the in the. In the big bad bobby documentaries, but instead there's not much. And it did you know people are talking about? There's a lot of buzz with it. As someone who didn't grow up with it, you know I I obviously did not grow up watching those Bruins but it's fascinating, the style of hockey and the brand of hockey now. Did. How much of them did you watch? What sort of inspiration were they for? You? I never saw bobby play live either you know only on TV only on video. I ultimately got to know all those guys you know, and and become part of. The bruins culture in that regard, but I didn't I didn't really come to the hockey. Hockey is a sport. Until I was in college, so I mean it was literally after all this happened. I started doing college hockey on radio up in Maine. In like seventy five. So I really didn't follow hockey much up until that point I, do with the Bruins were I. Knew Bobby Orr wise. We lived in the Boondocks, up in Maine. So. Sorry, there was. Don't TV thirty eight where I lived. You know it was a pretty limited. We had four channels altogether. ABC NBC CBS. PBS and that was all we had where I live, so I didn't get to see those guys. Until later on, I wasn't a Bruins fan at that point. I didn't become a hockey fan at like seventy, five seventy six started doing college hockey ultimately ended up in the American league with the Mariners but. I came to the Bobby Orr. Bruins legacy later in the game. Yet, no, it's so interesting for me to see it. And to and just see the impact and how you know the Bruins at that time, the number one team in town. Whereas today they aren't, you know there's a niche is a die. Hard Fan base, you know there are a lot of people care, but it ultimately it's a patriots town at this point in time. And I've certainly grown up with it that way I think I agree with you, but I'd make the argument. The bruins might be second in this town. You think I think again on, and I am biased. I'm prejudiced I freely that. And if the Red Sox are in two thousand thirteen middle of a world series run, you know things change, but if you're if you're asking me about the hardcore fan base, patriots are clearly far and away the number one. I think there's an argument about the the BRUINS and the Red Sox in number two and I think the Celtics are probably number four. Yeah I don't think you're wrong. Actually because I think the die, hard bass, the care. The bruins fans have I. Think exceeds that of the Red Sox fan base, and that's just my opinion again. I, I'm a hockey guy. I guess I'm biased as well to that, but I feel like the engagement levels are show much more with the bruins. Than a team like the Red Sox and maybe that's baseball versus hockey. Maybe a baseball fan is very much different hockey fan. But I do see sort of what you're saying there I. It's just unbelievable you know. There's an argument by some people who I find stupid. Who Say Oh, you know what Bobby Orr did. Wasn't that big a deal? The the the the the the opponents weren't that good. The game was different, but it's more of what or did for the game itself and what he did for as a defenseman. You know I grew up as a defenseman playing hockey. I, obviously I. Was Not good enough to be pro. But. Back then it was unheard of for Defenseman to be that kind of offensive presence, and and your just steps up in. Casual one hundred twenty points I mean, I find that aspect of it incredible what he was able to do again. It's hard to describe to people who didn't see it or don't know about a- only know what they've read. the first defenseman in the history of the NHL score, thirty. First Defense History of the NHL to score forty a year, the only player in the history of the National Hockey League. To win the Hart Trophy Mvp Ross Trophy as as the scoring champion. The Norris Trophy is the best defense mentally. Oh, by the way the cons. Might this the MVP of the Stanley Cup playoffs. No one has ever done that. That's the entire list, bobby, or is it? He's the only one who's ever done. And as you point out in nineteen, seventy, one hundred twenty points I. Mean Phil was the first guy to get one hundred. He was that Hulking Center plane four feet in front of the goaltender. You know and and scoring thirty nine, and then ultimately fifty goals, ultimately seventy six goals bobbie shoot slap shots from the blue. Line half the time and it was just. It's hard to describe to people and it's why. I forget a Tucker Boynton a guy that I follow on twitter. A staff tonker. I really like you stuff a lot. A put out a tweet. It was sometime last week. We were talking about war. And in the course of Oars Bruins, career. When Bobby Orr was on the ice, all I saw this Bruins, headache plus seven, hundred, ninety, five goal, differential, or whatever it was when he was not on the ice, they were plus Fides. I'll find the stat. This is unbelie. I saw you quote. This I love Tucker. Tigers. Great Stats I gotta find this because this is. Radical. Oh, here! It is from nine, hundred, Sixty, eight, sixty, nine to nine, hundred, seventy, four, seventy five prudence at a plus seven, hundred, seventy nine goal differential, when Bob Yours on the ice, and just a plus five goal the French when he was off the ice. Think about those numbers for a minute. I mean no disrespect to the great players of the game, the Gretzky and how you and whoever you wanted lists. That number right there in the discussion for me about the fire in the street. Yeah no I mean unbelievable. His incredible you plus hundred and seventy, nine I just complete positive impact on the and also I thought the documentary did a great job showing how he's good defensively, too I mean he's blocking shots never afraid to get physical also pretty funny that the maple leafs had a tough time with the bruins back then too I think in that headline. They showed they lost like ten nothing. It can just go, they were. The Maple leafs were down six nothing when Quinn took out. Bobby with the hair and. Quinn was a friend of mine I was in the flyers organization when I started. I've known that I had known that for a number of years. People who don't remember. He was A. Physical figure he was six foot three, anyway, two hundred twenty five pounds. Let me just say this bobby. Orr didn't the hit the Quin delivered on, or and knocked him cold Kenny Hodge in his glove under bobbies head because he knew he was out needed. One is headland on the ice. Was Out. Done. By the next game. It is unbelievable. How different the game was back then like you know everything from the level of the glass I mean. Did you see the brawl? They were having a fans of punching over the glass. I mean it's incredible. How different it was back then and how the way? A good thing back then. No! Chance to be able to reach over the glass and punch. Guys in the head would be good. At? Laying in Toronto or something, it'd be death knell for him I. Don't want that. Oh totally I agree with you there and the other thing was i. feel like the game was more genuine than. Not Saying that today isn't genuine but I. mean by that I. What I mean by genuine is The players were more open. The answers more genuine, and there were rivalries back then I feel like today there are rivalries, but a lot of the guys are friends. You know they. It just to me I, it's hard to put into words, but it just felt more genuine. There was more hatred than You know the the whole idea of. Abreu never gets in a fight alone. You know there's always the second man and like to me. You couldn't do that now that they basically made a rule. So I get that, but it just back then felt so much there was there was more to it. It was it was more. Rivalries were heavier I. Don't feel felt the same way that was just take away I had from the documentary. Obviously, you have fewer teams. You played teams more often. That leads to more emotion that leads to more. To your point genuis genuineness. I I. Know I've talked to Quinn about it I've talked to or about it their relationship long time after the hit was not very good, they had fought in sixty, eight, sixty nine bobby had fought quinn end of the regular season, and they fought early the next year after the head. At Bobby by the way could fight very well. Thank you very much. It was a lot better at it than a guy his size should be. And I know for a fact that for years. Their. Relationship wasn't very good bobby. Orr could carry a grudge just fine. Thank you very much, but ultimately they did bury the hatchet and Quinn's words they did ultimately come to some sort of a relationship. They ended up serving on the same Hall of Fame Selection Committee for the the NHL Hall of fame and their relationship in later years was was fine, but you know back then. You didn't. You didn't like teams. You've got some of that now. I'll agree with you. It's not as much which also play teens as my terry. How often do you play the Edmonton oilers to? Gin Up the the hatred and the ceiling. You know you've got Canadians. You've got you know. The the maple leafs that sort of thing but it. It's not the same league. No totally isn't and also I mean. There's more there's more talent concentrated back then meets. Were Dirk fewer teams teams to a European? Player pool to draw from that you have now. It's also true also had more. You've got more players to draw from internationally now than you did back. It's totally true all right, so we're already talking about good offensive left shot defensive. Why don't we talk about Tori crew? And so. Everyone's kind of wondering about his future I saw a pretty interesting article this week from Thai Anderson. Tidal is hey. Here's a wildcard of a solution Torey Krug situation I feel like maybe people were saying this and I was missing it, but it's so funny because I feel like the only two options that have been discussed crew cab. Ben Science your long term for a lot of money or signs elsewhere long-term for a lot of money, not much else. has been talked about but Anderson. Anderson Pretty much makes the argument for. Why not just a one year extension to get through this weird pandemic time where there isn't a lot of money, the salary cap would probably say that. to me I was like. Thought about idea, because then it's like then he can get his money at some point. The bruins will probably have a higher capped. Maybe pay him that money. At some point. I just want to hear your thoughts situation. Obviously the risk that the Tory crew would have to take here would have to do with you know injury. Go out there at some time in the next year, and you bought a knee or something God forbid. I think ties. Overall premises sound. All you have to do is look at the recent contract signed by Yaroslava a lot. And, he said you know given what's going on in the world You know I didn't want frag this thing out and wanted to get it over with. I could see some. I could see some interest on both sides. Look. Let's just let's just get a year out of the way we'll keep fighting at this thing. We'll keep plugging away at it. The difference here would be if the gap between the two sides is so significant that Don Sweeney and or Torey Krug say look. We're not closing this gap. We're not close into ear from now. We're not closing at five years from now. And I'm just throwing numbers out for the sake of discussion or four million dollars a year apart. What are we doing here? In which case if I'm Krueg I go get that long-term deal guarantees me injury. Protection and things like that. If you think there's a legitimate chance, you can close the gap and at work this thing out then it makes sense for both sides I don't know where they are in that in that process. Yeah! That's that's sort of the the thing you know. They both say there hasn't been a lot of discussions. The pause began right. You know the money. The money isn't extremely close at least enough to make a deal, but to me it just like I read this piece I, said On a terrible idea because. As I said earlier. If you get a new, brought up a lock, which is a great point like if you can just kind of get security for this very uncertain time, which I think is the most important thing I do think NHL Weird state where no one knows when they're going to play I would rather be under I would want to be under contract right, but wouldn't want to sacrifice my future I wouldn't want. Clue on tracks guaranteed the NHL. Yeah, well I wouldn't want to go into you. Get Myself. You know three million less per year than I could maybe get because the the CAP is. Staying flat so overall I was like That's not a terrible idea. Now I want to hear your prediction. Do you think they come to a deal with group? I know that they want. I feel that he wants to be here. He's made that clear. He has never wavered from that as he pointed out in Amazon Sandwich for God's Sakes. It's true much more Boston guy. CAN YOU BE? But I but I also put myself in the in the skates in this case or shoes of the player. You've got a finite number of years. You can do this. You have a finite amount of money that you can make. I think you. have an obligation to yourself and your family to do the best you can do and unlike the NFL where they cut you at a moment's notice. At least the contracts in the NHL are are guaranteed. I understand that I appreciate that. But. If you're Torey Krug if the Detroit red, wings have the most money on the table, and they're offering you two million more a year than the Bruins on and I'm just throwing numbers out here for the sake of discussion to bring you back to your home state. Do I wanna go back and begin the process of complete and total reboot re-build. which is what I think. The Red Wings are in the process of trying to do here. Knowing full, it's like when Damien. Woody won a super bowl with the Patriots and went out and signed a big money contract with the Detroit Lions. It already one hardy had his ring. He went out and got his money he got paid. But. Do you remember anything about what he's career? From the time he left here and went somewhere else now. and. You would think. And if you're Torey Krug. Rain here I understand that but. If, you get your money, but you're playing in Detroit. And they're in rebuild. How do you think your life's GonNa be your hockey? Life is going to be you know your your. Financial is GonNa be great, and that's all good, and maybe he wants to go luminaires, family and I understand that. But if you're talking about hockey. It's going to be walk. East you mentioned this. He's twenty nine to be around for rebuild like data I mean. Realistically the redwings aren't competing for another four years minimum I mean I. I think it's longer so you should be. WHAT THIRTY FIVE! When the red wings make the playoffs for the first time in his time there, let's just say signs. They're right back, i. mean what's your again using that? As an example? I'm not trying to suggest that's what he's doing. I'm just using that as the example. Now. And that's the thing and so the and I still somewhere else kings or another team that that that would have potentially the money for him there another rebuilding team again this off season aren't a lot of teams that have the the cap space that are good. The can sign him. I mean. Yeah, you can go get your money with the red wings, but the thing is, it's it's his hometown, and that is home stay. Home State, so that's sort of another thing you have to consider. The Red Wings are good, historically a good franchise, so they're. Six it's his home state. I'm not suggesting. Humpty organization. That's not my point. In a in a finite hockey career that Tori crew has. How. Much winning is he going to be able to do there? Well that's the thing and so I'm very interested to see where it goes. I mean I. You know it's funny this time last year I'm writing a piece that's evaluating all the options for crew can. Lead off this time last year. You know Obviously, we weren't a pandemic, but. The CAP was going to go up at some point by a lot. You Know Krug- was saying how much you wanted to be here. The bruins clearly wanted him. And now you know it's a year later. The cap is going to stay flat and they both say they want to be here, but it's seems like common grounds harder find, and I just look at it like a little bit differently than I could before I couldn't see him leaving now. I see it and I go I think there's a legit chance. He's gone. But I think there's a chance I think part of it probably also going to. Work out. The bruins with a the weirdest, Stanley Cup in the history of hockey. Do they get bounce in the first round or something. You know it's all legitimate questions. If they were to go on to win the cup. Is it harder to leave? I would assume it would be. You know you know you've got a good thing going here, you know. The the core of this team is probably going to be good for another at least another two three years. And I. I don't know how that plays into. WAS DECISION MAKING PROCESS? So you mentioned before I let you go, there was something you mentioned. It was interesting you said win. A Weird Cup and I've always been wondering this lately. This regard any team you know if you. Let's say they bring the twenty four team thing in or they. They bring the season back in some kind of for cocteau sense. If they if it whoever wins the Kotla, says the Bruins the BRUINS. When the COP is there an Astra next to it? Is there kind of this doesn't feel as legitimate as it should. Oh. I to Bruce Cassidy about this a week or so ago. And is he said to me whichever team ends up winning? Stanley, Cup this year. their names are still going to be on the cup. Ring is GonNa look just as Nice. absolutely not If if you win this year, it's going to be just as much as if you want last year. If you win next year, the the process will be different. The world is different. In some respects, I might almost consider this more special. If you, consider the the things that the winning team is going to have to overcome shutting down the entire League for two or three months span. You know playing Stanley Cup playoff games theoretically in the months of August and September I might suggest it's harder to win this year than it is in other years I would not take a thing away from whatever team wins the Cup this year. See I think it will be a harder for team like the Bruins to win because you have all. These veterans were in a groove. who were who were you? Playing walls they were, and then you just stop them. You just stop and then you come back with. Yeah had. Sort of thing. And I understand. I might make the argument that one of the things we've talked about over the years here is. Holly. How do you by rest time for betrays Chiran for Sodano Charles? How do you make sure that they're healthy and ready to go in the Stanley Cup playoffs because they play so many heart minutes during the course of the season well. Got All the rest of you number one. you know they're going to be healthy. They're going to be ready to go. They're going to be arrested. I. Understand Brad's argument in yours. It's legit. I, the counterargument I might give is is is Patrice Bergeron ever GonNa feel better going into by off? Series said he will this year. That's the thing and the other thing is i. think this helps Rask. I mean. He said it was this morning. He hasn't been. He's been mentally Kinda getting his his Mojo back. The Passion was already there. You know 'cause you address retirement questions, but I feel like this will help his passion. It'd be helped here a little longer. Jail before you go. Is there anything you would like to plug I always? Ask you this I always. Like Nassar, I appreciate the offer. I am working on my second book right now. I'm willing to. Tell you who it's with yet. Because I'm not sure if he wants me to tell you, I will say that if you're a bruins fan. You'll like this book, and and that's all I'll say we. We've been working on it for a couple of months now and I've begun the process of writing at this stage, so The second book will be coming along, but probably not until sometime. Beginning of of the calendar year. Something like that we'll see. You told me last time you were just about starting a book as this. Is it easier to do a book right now? Because you've. Only. You don't have a lot of free time. If the show every day, so that that has adapt, but I still have I mean Mike Mike Commute went from an hour and a half a day. One Way to thirty seconds one way. I come down the stairs. I sit here in front of my picture at on my couch in the basement. so usually what happens? This was a day where we didn't have a call together, but usually. The person. I'm writing this book with and I get together. You know most afternoons we sit here for an hour or so every day and Talk Hockey, so you're. It's similar to what I'm doing with you except I'm not getting paid for doing it with you. I'm sorry about that. That would be nice. Someday I'll be able to pay the guest that'll be. Being a smart ass, I don't Care Oh Tori. Thank you so much for joining. US TO BE I'm Evan Marinov Uber's be listeners have a great rest of your week.

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Episode 60: Automobile Horror Stories

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Episode 60: Automobile Horror Stories

"The we're not quitting. You're listening to that noise. Podcast featuring pete delia. Talking about shit here jamie klein no one wants to smell your dirty fucking shit. Mike verdict feel like i'm a group. Steve taylor is again as false slap by some other dude and keith grieve. You get a fucking sausage took. It is episode sixty sixty episodes sixty of that noise. Sixty nine more. The good one right. I was gonna say. Are you judging me anyway. People to know that in case they were unaware. Okay he pulls his pants like a one a two three. The world may never know. That's it so. Yeah i've heard from extra offensive. His that is not. Its rolled he likes. How many leg. The world may never know mike. We just cover that. The world may never a lot welcome folks. Welcome to the insanity lick. I'm not telling not telling what you do. I'm not doing anyway. let's move right. Tried to some class into his operation. Lakes your from your fucking derailing now So we had. We had a couple all one to a four and a trip to san francisco. She's he's we do the yeah Anyway here we go episode sixty. We had a couple of topics on the On the hopper for tonight but we settled on top automobile horror stories and Yeah because orr jamie. Our friend mike A little bit of a hard week. I'm not gonna get into details here but at the end of the very hard week you had some trouble. Yes can you enlighten the events that brought on this topic. Yes coming back from a family. Emergency in cincinnati ohio. Very tough week And on the first day. I decided not to drink. We drove back. And i'm you know getting along pretty good for a few hours and get into western pennsylvania which is very hilly in raleigh bear racist and the company around on the on the freeway in all the sudden at very high speed. My front tire side tire blew and You know all of a sudden like horrific noise and like i ended up getting it over to the side of the road and luckily everybody's safe and everything But cars are whizzing by. Trucks was in by as get out ago. Back in the look in despair is is screwed up underneath the car. Which have never seen before and i see these cars rush by fuck this. I'm going to get the car service so we had to wait an hour to get someone there. Because i didn't want to go to where you get run over so we waited and i waited there for over an hour in the middle western pennsylvania knowing that as soon as they put that donut on there we were going to have to get a hotel and stay the night. Because they're gonna have to get a whole new tire. 'cause i don't know if you know this you can't drive a car on a donut on the freeway home you just. You just can't do it so that needless to say that was at the end of a very hard week with the Come on the top of the cake. So there haven't there you have twice. I was actually in the the tire store waiting for the tire the next morning. Talking to a couple of people from the podcast. And i said hey guys. Here's a topic of horror stories Auto related horror stories and not auto related horror stories. Which would be a whole different topic that yeah yeah auto related horror movies. What christine just g. for all are related com on top of the cake jamie. The cake was in the shape of oops. Oh okay i understand. Make sense right now. It's no it's socially acceptable Yeah sarin and mike comes icing. So i do so if at any time we were. Listen if you happen to be watching. The livestream want to join the insanity. The phone number here is five. Eight five four four zero three four two five eight five eight four zero three four two If you are listening to this on demand and not live and you want to leave a voicemail and that we can use on the air because if you leave a voicemail we will play it on the air. That number again is five. Eight five four eight four zero three four two five eight five four eight four zero three four two. All right and without further adieu. We start every episode with a drive of the week. If you don't to drive drive is a line from a movie or a. Tv show said with exceptional velocity and volume. And this part belongs to jamie klein right. Ladies and gentlemen we are haven't done one of those wild plus. I wasn't prepared. So we'll just say ladies and gentlemen per se and fox all right so here we are with the one thousand nine hundred eighty five horrid classic. George a romero shocking gore fest day of the dead and if anyone has seen day of the dead already know what dr i'm gonna be playing here Or keith is going to be playing. This is the late great joe. Palito giving all as he is discussing with dr frankenstein what to do with the zombies so Some drives keith. Here at seven o'clock sharp mistake. I know sarah told me. I'm sorry. I couldn't breakaway food. Listen egghead let me bring you up to date on. Let us me. Is the food now frankenstein. And i wanna know what thou you're doing with time in this booking frankenstein. And i wanna do fuck. You're doing with five-time looking frankenstein. And i want to know what the fuck you're doing with my time as a truck monkey gay partner frankenstein and i want to know what the fuck you're doing with five time. I wanted to know what fuck you're doing with other guy was know if there was food. Well we just gotta keep playing that for a half hour honestly. Yeah we're going to cover you know. Sometimes we do. These play readings screaming. We ever do one of this movie. Jamie client is definitely playing that part. I just chope plot. I just wanna. I just wanna know. Who's in charge food now frankenstein. Okay well now. You know christ and dr jamie go pick this. Yes they have. I love that fucking awesome. That we'd so cheesy it's over the top. It's great that's one. That's more of comedy right. That's the dawn doll. Thought i didn't think it was funny. We watch on day. The demeanor is not really a good movie. But some of the best gore. I ve ever seen in my life. Oh yeah like. The gloves are unbelievably realistic in that. I like the The story i like how now. Basically zombies run the world and it's all these underground bunkers everyone living underneath. I mean the acting in a little questionable not true. But yeah overall. It's just a fun funding. That was the driver of the week brought to you by trash. Men media release. Dvd blu ray and reviews and commentary head over to trash man media dot com also on facebook and twitter over into checkout www dot service counter latest news and no bullshit bullshit. Alright so none none at all ancient here but Yeah so back onto the topic at hand. Top horror stories. Mikey can't use your most experience. Sorry who wants to lead off anybody anybody. We should probably all right. These be jamie this lunch. You're gonna you're gonna use the story with him in it. Are you old canada. Fucking the jamie one now for those who do not know jamie client bats. When he was in his late teens early twenties. There were two things about cars that were blatantly. Obvious one jamie had no patience while in one and he had no idea about anything then headed with the car and so we're driving getting on the expressway from at empire boulevard in in webster slash around coit area getting a expressway heading out to would hand out to the movies right or was it no roy to hooters all. Who'd or was it was one of our birthdays for the fourth time that year it will see their tax We hit a pothole. The janis kearney. Me jamie in car. that's it and so i'm writing in the editor citing the hood. Latch was not fully lashed. And so we hit a pothole. The hood flies up hits the windshield completely shatters. It and all. I was in complete shock. Jamie swearing organ. Cena had gotten car over the side of the road. And then i remember what he's talking to is dead is heads like what was the was the latches onto i was that i thought i read from error. He was going to die to the funniest experiences. Just by hearing jamie's reaction to the hitting the windshield the amount of sanity was taping for thank. God it was. I'll never forget better. I look because i don. I was gonna die but i was also laughing stotka solemn moment other get married again. It's just such a beautiful sign. I just couldn't think of a better time to plan all right. So that's steve liked green song. Better fuck you. So steve. Do you have any other. Is that your top. Your only do you have any other minor incidences. That's my top on. The only other one that i remember is a back in the day when i used to bowl every saturday morning with mister dealer. So he had this bulk of a car very similar to the one that adam used to have. What was that massive. Car that nbc. Own those lisa ernst. Yeah before that somebody harlem s. I believe neal's was free but it was very similar sized monte carlo and one day picked up in the middle of winter if bald tires out his car and so we're pulling out for those you know the end of my mom sold street. It comes out on empire full of are in a very precarious area were. There's like cars coming over ill Get really see my cancer and he slammed on the brakes slammed on the brakes in his car started just going so it was not stopping so he cranked the wheel and we slid sideways on empire boulevard. As a snowplow was coming right at us and we was one of the full size town of webster snowploughs and we missed it by maybe to. We were both just sitting there in the middle of empire. Boulevard car was at a dead stop. We kind of looked at each other and he just for the car and drive. We drove on. Didn't say a word we both. I think we're having our near death experience memories right there the one. That's my non. Jamie relatable cutlass supreme is also would keep causes penis. Wow that was a stretch mike. That was a stretch. I i can't. Pete pete what are you got. Yes so I think about this a little bit but This this are jumped over. Told anybody this phone. I saw up in buffalo. Right in i head marty's car and i went to some bar by. Ub a a rented people from high school right. I don't know if there are people are particularly liked to be honest. I wasn't gonna tell stories. I can't buck and remember who the hell it was but you know they knew two or three other people from high school i recognize and they said they needed a ride home. So i'm here. I am aedt whatever. Sure in we clown card you know we be piled twelve people in the car usual driving back to north campus or whatever it is in a pup to stop plays late you know is probably free. In the morning you're stumping now look over and there's a couple of guys next to listen. I'm sort of not avenue going there. Nothing to see here carpal brecon people bright instead the lake turns and then the car falls in behind me and they start following us like obviously following us. You know like really close. you know. they're almost you're almost hitting my bumper. I'm looking back on what the hell's going on. What are these guys. What so the next light we get to. They stopped guy gets out of his car. Goes around back opens the trunk and they get a few baseball bats out shit. And i'm looking around the cargo and so i just floor it and took off in for the next half an hour. These guys were hanging out of the window. Swing bassett as trying to hit the car She's that'll how do they manage not to hit the thing. Hardly at while it. They did a little bit. They got the trunk here and there and maybe the roof a couple times but no dense and no nothing else. So it wasn't until later. I find out that one of the guys in the car skipped a beer bottle off their hood on outlook. Sure i don't know why he did it. I never really knew but It was weird. I'm getting chased by these crazy guys for half an hour. Bats and i'm going even do anything. Usually there's a reason people are chasing me with bass. Oh jeez yeah that that was. That was fun yeah. I've got too many stories like that. On the fucking. Yeah yeah. another one was was pretty recent. I got i got rear ended. Pretty bad this is like three or four years ago. Like by a victor exit in as a dead stop on the expressway. Just sorta glanced at my rear view mirror. When i you know did like a triple take its car like just filling up my review mirror doing about forty or something. The obviously didn't notice all the cars and stopped he just completely according to my car and We hit like four other cars in front of us and my golf clubs were like us. The median scattered all over the everywhere. Shit in Yeah i was. Fortunately but i couldn't even for like two days. I couldn't even get a bad loan was pretty bad. She's fucking for now. Franken and i want to know what the fuck you're doing with five-time police story. Yeah no that's awesome and based on baseball bats man. I would've should've twinkie. I just had no idea what was going on. I just figured they were just rain. Or something i assume. Pd's shit i i assume so too would unlike You know this is one of those situations where. I'm pretty sure i didn't do anything for once and lucky for you. You had a bagful of straws in the backseat. So you just through those act claiming. But i'm sure that's come up in episode. We've said it before me long. Long story short peewee. He was anti straw for a stretch of maybe he still is. I don't know but he was anti straw stretch of his twenty s and so we spent the summer savings straws from various restaurants asking for donations. The last night. I think mike and was in jamie or mardi just drove around asking the that. The car was a pizza last night before he went away to school. He had a hefty bag full of straws putting his car. And just because it's very important. It's very good friends to find what our friends hate. Yes low it completely out of proportion and if you listen to more than one episode of this podcast you already understand that. don't talk about. Keith's big dick. Jesus christ call for that jamie your next. What's your story since steve. Steve took the most obvious woman. I know that that was gonna be my one. Yeah let's see here. I did fall asleep at the wheel of the worst. Yeah it scared the shit out of me. I was doing some crazy hours at my job and i drove. It's an hour and a half an hour and a half back every day. I did it for years. And i was dry. No sleep and i was driving. And i felt myself start to turn my head a little bit next. I was getting off exit. Thank god it was an exit. Otherwise gone off. The road quickly jolted this is obviously before had. Gps's and stuff like that in her phone. So i didn't have a gps. I got off an exit and in order to fuck. I was going woke me up but Yeah that was that scare the shit out of me. So i think of some other ones Yeah there's Oh all here's a classic one okay. This is good. I was like fifteen or sixteen. And i was learning to drive the car up and down the driveway and learn how to parallel park and her grandparents driveway. We went to wegman's and my mom. And i were going to rent movies. And i remember. I still remember this renting blade runner and and for like the tenth time or whatever so i my mom was grocery shopping. Like i'm just going to go to the car when the car with the car keys to open it up on like my mom park a little crooked. I'm gonna try to straighten up. Oh oh. I backed up suddenly nailed the car. That was going by and skip the shit out of me. Of course the guy. That hit was an off-duty police officer. Yeah i i got. I got deep deep shift to that cell. I was not allowed to get my hermit cell. A seventeen wherever was taking driver's at sixteen and stuff. I couldn't do it. I wasn't allowed to you. Get legal trouble or are they are. Your parents said that to this day. I really don't know i don't think it's a legal thing. I think that was my parents doing. But can we call your parents. Elle's it they don't even know what the for dinner off that. I still remember that. I remember my dad showing up and never once yelled at me just ripped. My mom just started at my mom's my mom my dad or yelling. I'm going to sit in the car. This embarrassed i could feel like tears. Well up in like holding back something by you know doing those things the it was. That was horrible fucking hated that. That's a rough still remember Dr snowstorm going to canada. Or i candidate trip with the guys. Oh yeah on the to me it was. You got it again. In case people don't remember. What have we take trips to canada with. All this guy is going up. There niagara falls fucking around like a symphony is. Yeah it was like because you could drink age nineteen so we would all go up. There drank go. You can go to fuck in strip clubs and stuff like that is before. Even the casinos were there. Yeah basically go up there to drink and fuck around in the hotel room and go to strip clubs basically it. You see a museum here. And there whenever The castle dracula house worth and all that other shit but Yeah it was fucking horrible snowstorm driving back and i just gotten my license and learning in a snowstorm. The car swerved and saw it was awful. Oh you totally sideways behind us. Yeah at one point. Old car went like this. I didn't know. I'm like oh this is it never saw in the price. Now i remember. I was in the other car watching out the back window. And i saw your car on the on the parkway go sideways like whoa go sideways. One way sideways. The other way. And i'm like oh well that's the under jamie. Pete was in my car. Eaten marty i think pete you're with me murray might have been there That was fucking horrible. That sox i think clemens in there to died never mind. He was searching record. He went to candidate a search for new friends. Donnie screamed i need never gets old. Mike become I think that that's about it. I felt like a couple times at the wheel. Be honest with you. That was the worst one. But there's times. I fell asleep at the stoplight. There's just just a quick honorable mention. I think we brought this up to jamie. Also got lost in buffalo. Steering wheel came off off. I never heard. Matt ultra come from. Usc Are not to laugh. Ufc you receive the ufc fight so long ago it was. It was ufc seven. Oh jesus really was selling. Yeah the guy. Lost the to yeah. That's right i like. I lost the steering wheel so there you go didn't think anything can happen but apparently when your favorite enough you could not get anything. Holy shit not mike. Do you have any other stories. Besides what recently happened to you. I do but the funny thing allege amy. Losing that steering wheel is that he put it back on and started driving. I stopped trip. You talked about how the tire came off a shit. I'm going to be in hotel note. Jimmy the steering wheel back out and we went back to roj nothing to see here folks. Nothing to see here. I wasn't planning gives a life mail order. Monitorable mentioned male male gender as quickly on this show. I tell you know really. I tend to once a while. Tell really boring long story so rather than do that. I'm just going to list a few things that happened in my many driving experiences One time i was in florida end. I'm driving down and all of a sudden. An old person starts driving towards new of going the wrong way down the street shit and almost hit me and yelled out the window. What the fuck you think you're doing. I also pull the jamie. I fell asleep at the wheel. Wants very scary. I actually been driving for thirteen hours. And i was. I was In indiana and i i had driven on the highway forever and we had to go like a half hour down the street and i i. I fell asleep so tired. I didn't realize it. I hit like a a traffic Poll and nobody was hurt. only mike retrial. Thirteen hours straight. And i got another half hour on me. Oh yes shit and then Then i the first time. I drove a sixteen foot. Moving truck was when i was driving down a brooklyn. Never been brooklyn before my life and I was driving this truck full of shit. And i got lost in brooklyn and i had to like do a full backup with just the mirrors and All this shit Blizzard from new jersey to cape cod. During tour i passed sixteen accidents including one. That happened right in front of me. A truck a pickup truck went sideways in went into a tractor trailer. Fucking nuts Let's see a car exploded next to me which i might have brought up on the show. I'm not sure It was driving back from work and there was the we're like going we. Everyone had slowdown because there was an accident off on the side of the road and right when i was passing it two lanes over the car exploded and the heat. You could feel it through the window. No second show would feel that shit dude. I'm never fuck driving with you. Yeah talisman or something to carry with him when he was like i. I've been spending my entire life doing major driving like drive. You know. I was driving back and forth to chicago. I was driving back and forth in new york. I was on tour for an entire year of driving to connecticut to work for like fourteen years. You know before that my fucking bike everywhere like i was. I've always been driving of and the last one is Another blizzard Coming from rochester to chicago. Technically indiana when. I was living there and i got an a. blizzards and it took me. I think it's been a long tirade. Four hours rochester to buffalo. Which is what forty five minutes ideal conditions. If you're if you're flying. And i i was. I kept going and i was so exhausted that i went through a red light at a stop and got a car accident. So those are my horror stories and there are many more but still story at the you. Turn the air conditioning on your car during the wintertime. Let's heat yeah. Now you're getting you got mad at someone in the car and that didn't like the cold and he's turned. What did you do that to. A story about pettiness. That should have been on this story episode. The petty episode probably was i. Could i could go on and on. There's one jamie mentioned a little bit of. I think it was him. Me and marty coming back from somewhere in rodway was as seabreeze and We're driving in there. There's a huge kerr when you're coming over to go down to the runway bridge and i think it was somewhat. It wasn't too far after the the ice storm. It wasn't snowy but it was after the ice on where they used to put all. That would make a huge turn anyway going along and we were having this really serious discussion. Maybe you can tell better. Like i just i like made it look like i was going to go off the road. All that wasn't the playing games in my life thing that was so us now and that was something else that was when you're like wouldn't be something if we just drove straight. Yeah that was it. No no in both and i got real quiet because you just kept going straight fuck. Oh fuck and kinda quickly turned the car and we're okay a different time with met l. Mardi with you're doing you're taking the car and go driving zoom announced like freaking out because i was young too and i was like not used. All let's move it around the caribbean zek. And i'm like playing keeps my life around here. I mean we. We must have repeated that line five thousand times it is funny in the. Nfl deserves to be mocked in the face on the layup to a attaway up to work one time on the three way i saw too. Ugly people fucking. Oh i were the ugly ugly people they were it has to be a horror story ugly enough the enough where you didn't know what any we're looking at. It was ugly enough. But i still watch which zid link would sit like the long long titties. That look like Like pointers it was more like this. Were awesome but i believe it was more like it was just this big mass of shit. Oh so they were doing the but auto could've been. She was definitely on top in the in the chat here on the facebook stream Sandra says i fell asleep while waiting train crossing. Luckily i only gently tapped car in front of me. He got out to yell at me. And i started bawling instead that my foot slipped. He backed away super quickly at then. Just got back in his car to start crying. Just turn on the waterworks. Yeah i got a like one of us. Tried to do the other prisoners. Like fucking crime your car by waterworks. Usurp prisoner salman is all wrong. My stories cutlass supreme sir. My story i had a very simple at a very similar experience to mike. I had a flat tire on the pennsylvania turnpike going home one night new jersey by myself however nobody told me that you can drive on donut on a highway so i actually wrote that shit from scranton to courtland what going forty forty five miles an hour the whole way. I didn't speed on the donut. I just my flashers on. And i went the whole way and i made it right. I made it to courtland at like ten. Thirty eleven o'clock at night knew where the tire place was. Because i went to school there. There's a there's a hotel right off eighty one. I got a room. I spent the night. Got up the next morning and the fucking donut was flat and i had to call aaa and get it towed to the fuck entire place in the morning. Yeah that was. That was the last time it was two thousand. Four to two thousand three two thousand four and i while i was waiting for my car to get the the wheel to get fixed tire to get fixed. I just walked. The campus was like it was weird was last time. I've been on campus there. But i just had nothing to do. Yeah that's shitty. That's walking the campus. That's another night story. But it's a shitty thing to it's amazing that That that under ideal conditions when you're driving irregular little above this dilemma scranton. Courtland is like what an hour and a half. It was a long time. It took me like three hours to get there like a long time. And if you're under fifty you can drive on a donut. But they know they don't watch you to fifty. Yeah i think. I got lucky because it was nighttime. There wasn't a lot of traffic. And i just put my flashers on and didn't somehow miraculously. I didn't pass any cops hallway there. Don't don't ask me how. I did that because i have. No idea got steve. I just told you not to ask. I'll fuck i had another story. Where similar jamie's fallen asleep at the wheel. I was working crazy hours. But i was also twenty four so i was going out every night saturday and sunday. So there's a wars wrong choice drive no no. I was just really tired. Because i didn't get any sleep so sunday morning. I was going and there's a part of four ninety in the city rochester. That's kind of like an ass. And i don't know what happened. The next thing. I know my the hood of my car is pointed up at the felt like it was like a seventy degree angle. But it probably wasn't that steep but when you're just waking up from behind the wheel you have no idea what the fuck is going on in. The front of. My car was up and came down with and it was like five o'clock in the morning on a sunday mornings. There's no one around. So i like just stood there like stunner sat there stunned looked around. There was nobody around. Carson was okay. So i drove all the way to breitbart back to to work in back and i drove on that car for about another nine months and i took it to my dad's mechanic for some routine maintenance and he looked under it. He called my dad at work was so bad underneath. he's at. How long has he been driving this car. Like that and my axel apparently was like fucking bad breeze away from being ripped apart like it was just about the fall off and then he said if you could i could. He said if he was going mechanic my dad if he was going fast when that thinks snapped he would've killed himself. What was it the axle. Because the way that fucking came down so hard. Yeah so that was that it actually snapped but it was only on old ridge. Road noise going slow in the car warrior. No i don't remember that they. The actual snapped in a car. Like i was able to get to the side of the road but he was pretty frightening. And that was a little low speed. I can't imagine one story. Pete was therefore i think pete paul and dan o'connell where my car we had gone charlotte beach for the day. I was driving my parents Hyundai alonzo's redcar and we have stopped by segment on the way home and we were parked. I was not well. A couple of people just ran ins was me and i think maybe pizza little my car and we're just waiting there minding our own business and this car came up from behind us and just through fucking coins at the car in front of what the fuck was that. Just at the time. Where i think it was. Paul and dan walked our walking out like get a car car. And so the frigging gone. The car i freaking puled out with the launch. Whatever appealing on the laundry. It looks like and. I went down bay road as fast as i could. We've tailed these guys all the way down one. oh four. Dan was hanging out the window. Throwing chain this car on one four because we pulled up next to him They got off at two fifty. They got off a two fifty we fouled are. We followed them. They were at the traffic light at main street in two fifteen webster hill and there are a couple of cars ahead of us and i remember pete. You got out of the car. And i think it was with dan in you ran up to the car. And you'll get out of the car car and you like feigned a punch like you were going to put your hand through my always shitty going to do it. But he didn't do it but then we followed them north or south onto fifty and there was a track under construction there. We parked my car perpendicular and they just kept driving around the cul de sac. They were trying to figure out what the fuck they were going to do. With the puck they were going to do and then they finally just drove on the grass around us and we got we got tired of fucking with him so we let them go after that. But that was a that was a twenty twenty minutes of funding. Yeah well i never heard. That story was any of that. True sounds true he. He took pete story. That just embellish on a little way salute things about the time that marty night like our car broke down in virginia. Like yeah okay. That's third the alternator went in the middle of the night in the car. Just thought dead on the highway. We're sitting trying to figure out what to do in this. This car comes along guys. Okay i work at a mechanic shop. He want to lift like. Yeah so we will look back at the shop with this guy. We didn't really have anywhere to state his. Won't you come out to my place. Sorta sorta elbow in mardi going there. Forty knows we're like we're in this guy's car he's taken us out into the freaking boonies and the whole while. I'm just looking mardi going. What are we going to. How are we going to get out of this. You got land here. I'm starting to come up with a plan to see or something you know. Because i haven't seen a house in fifteen minutes you know Get out of the sky. Turns out he's a great guy he had this He had this mash in his in his bathtub that he was cooking up and we were drinking that and watching the game and it was great. That's great guy You know it was kinda sketchy for a while. When was this is this. Is it when. I was working security over summer and then I just up and quit my job. And i'm like you know what 'cause this guy like he did something to piss me off like with the next day college starting in two weeks or something so i drove over to where mardi was working and i walked in and i was like. You're gonna quit today even right now. We did he quit. We went emptied our bank. The car and drove virginia and the thing died and we had to give but That was that was such a good trip. I was so much fun. Sounds sounds like it. Jamie jamie lou. This guy is. His wife was screaming at him the whole time and he had to keep going in the house and we were just cracking up laughing drinking this moonshine crap out of his bathtub. Going the battle but disliked. Put a glass. They now that work now. He came out with mason jar. He was a go. i'm cooking it open. Hurry count with the mason jar. I'm like we're not franken shits no. You could have been real fun dive in there. Well at least one body you know you gotta say. I'm not sure what started after this right here. I am in the middle of nowhere with some stranger. You know drinking something out of a bathtub off this vision of you on a on a dusty road in virginia and somebody pulls up and all the only thing i'm hearing in my head. Is that scene from the movie. breakdown you. The failures looking for his wife deliverance. But that's a whole jamie. Do you remember when we gave the crazy lady arrived home from friendly's no we went to we got out early release and we went to friendly's in the village of webster jamie jamie just sitting there eating lunch in this woman sitting there by herself and this fucking just blizzard just this. This lake effect big fat flake. Fucking blizzard just comes by and she gives us a story that she's got to walk home to phillips village jamie and i i was driving like oh as long as i'm not alone. Yeah sure we'll give you a ride and we dropped her off like the corner. Filch road mainstream. Could we started. I started to get fucking wego. But like i have no absolutely no memory of that. Do choose with her. She was i pop my cherry. Yeah good for know. I'm worried at friendly's i popped only the only other the other story that i have before we go here because we're we're over overtime here but he's got to say as candidates story to know like shut the fuck up should you know. We're we're all grossly unprepared. We should have behind the scenes prepared to sing. O canada the four of us too steep but anyway i was going down this road in new jersey milk. Ten o'clock at night fifty mile an hour speed limit. And i'm going like fifty five sixty and all of a sudden. I hear feel in front of my car and i look up and all i see out of the looking from the driver seat out the front windshield on dining picture of diagonally through the passenger side of the windshield looking out. I see this deer head. Just kinda whip off into the fields. All foucault so i. It was a foggy night. I didn't see shit. I hit a deer that there was not anywhere either. He landed and ran. Or i launched that fucking thing. I don't know but that had was way up high. And it was just flip it was it was like it was flipping horizontally. That's fucked up. What would if it wasn't a deer. What if you actually hit a person in our their shit. I'm not admitting salting a lawyer. Malcolm answer that without consulting so the see. I've never finished my story. So then she got my headlights fucking boston two weeks before christmas. And i gotta drive home to rochester for christmas. And because now that i'm fully insured driver i can tell the story. My car was still registered in new york. And my my. My insurance had lapsed. So therefore i was driving uninsured so i had no way that like really fixes in any time to drive. And i didn't want to tell my parents that i was driving uninsured. Mother would have had a fucking stroke. So i go to this this body shop and i tell the guy i need this fixed and pay cash. I really don't want to go through. Insurance is You know we got a christmas party. Coming up We could really use some guy fixed it for like three hundred and fifty dollars which is probably highway robbery for headlight. But you know what as long as i don't have to go through insurance. Fill out a police report. Thank you very much. They're have a nice day. Yes officers on the on the listening in its Five eight five. Four eight fours refer to free legal advice folks on how to avoid insurance fraud Now did you want to Plug next week's episode. What's next week's episode. We do we settle on a topic for next week's episode. I thought you were. you had a guest speaker. it's the week after. Oh isn't the week april april thirteenth. Folks if you are on tiktok like i am completely fucking addicted. I'm not ashamed to admit it in. You know this this girl but there is. Hfs channel on tiktok called props to history and this guy is just really. A bunch of movie. Information talks about movie props. What happened to them. How they were made stuff like that. If you're a movie buff at all it's absolutely worth your follow And he has agreed to come on the show april thirteenth. So right now. I believe he's actually in california kinda under under wraps what's going on there but i think he's got some kind of tv deal in the works whether he's going to be on tv show or have a show. I don't know but he's he's blown up on tiktok and he's agreed to come on the show apparently he hasn't heard us yet but He's agreed to come on the show. So i hate movies. I can't wait. Yeah so i understand. What's par amish. I am sure but yeah anybody have anything they want to shout out like a live reading of a play them becoming up or anything like that all. Yes oh yeah yeah yeah. Yeah yeah Mike relayed to give out that. Zoom infomercials it. Fine right now. I can't get a kit zoom info which give out like. I don't know we give out. We'll give out my page. How about that. You do it. Because i don't know what you're paying all right well on is the third yet this coming saturday. Yeah and saturday april third next saturday. We're going to be doing a one time. Only reading of the wes anderson owen wilson screenplay royal tenenbaums. Really a really fun time. We've actually done a few rehearsals. Which is a few more than we normally do. Jamie is is not only directing it but the taking of the lead roles of my daughter isabella's in it. A friend of f. that noise of mariam. Who's raised with. This is in two and i will be a trying to be funny but if you want to see this you can catch the ad for it on noth- face facebook slash. Mist leader And hope that you check it out and some saturday at seven thirty pm central standard time. Eight thirty pm eastern standard time It's also listed on the westchester civic theatre web page for any people illinois and keep them to keith. Keith is Narrating boring yeah. Yeah and his james. You were trying to go someplace trying to go someplace or somebody just make it easier. We're gonna put the the ad for it again on the fbi page so when anyone wants to check that that'll be up tonight. So in the meantime. I mean people are allowed to. I don't know he's soothing. You're allowed it we're allowed to have. It's a private reading aloud to with the cast of two hundred people so fuck. We're gonna get you better. Do people better get on their quick. Have over one hundred people. Yeah we're gonna standing-room-only way in you could see me without a shirt on. So yeah mike. Mike does get partially nude. We do have Get to see some kissing in this We do kansas here. Some swearing we get to old on total the other some drugs. There's some Costume changes total total. Frontal nudity. there isn't that you do get see. mike. Harry will ensure tests though things can clothe. You know it's just it's not total it's in its partial. Gene hackman reprises role to i wish. Oh my god when you look different thank you. Yes yes a david bell. Famous david bell is in the place. Well it's funny. you see. he commented. Yes that's what. I just said his name all right. This has been episode sixty of that noise tune in next week. We'll treat you with such deep philosophical statements as fuck this shit. That's pretty much. It looking for breaking stride and i wanna know what you're doing with my time.

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Iceman Productions

Run That Prank

09:11 min | 10 months ago

Iceman Productions

"Coming up at the top of the hour right about four minutes after It's my strawberry letter for today the subject. At least my fiance is honest. Okay at least my fiance honest, but right now. Nephews. Out I'll go is here to introduce the prank phone. Call what you got for us today on. Ice Man productions. Okay Orr's about. ICEMAN production. I ain't got to say. I got a production company he go. Hello, hello, I'm trying to reach they Corre-. That is. How you doing? Good, good good listen iceman with is man productions. Record label I stumbled upon a CD I'm assuming this is your demo you. You have a demo. That's out right now. We're. All right. What a what a couple songs on it right? Okay Hey listen. I am actually putting together a female group? One of my employees gave me stuff and I haven't been listening to it. I liked it, too. I liked vibe and wanted to see you. That's something of interest of you if you like maybe in a in a female group, what kind of Four females and one group. How do you feel about that? Could be workable. Okay, okay, hold on one second. Who is that? They are calling back. Tell him in working on his grew by talking about. Okay so hello. You listen to them. Yes, Sam, good deal, so listen if you don't mind. Could you an catching you out God? Like to see you know iceman really I really don't only get on the phone and call people but I'm I'm happy about this group and and getting it out. I Puff Daddy on my, but about it and you know he's one of the producers on this thing and I'm trying to really bring this thing to ahead. So why don't you tell me if you can if you don't mind? Right. Could you, could you possibly maybe seeing some for me? Real quick? I can just you know. I just want to hear straight from the safe from your mouth to my here if you don't mind. Okay. Here's. A look inside, yeah! You don't have to be. What do you It meets and. Oh! In A solve that no! Way! Okay okay okay. Okay okay. Who is that? I Don't think I gotTA, Solo them listen to it and I'm working on. Right now. Get back at it I'm sorry dollars hello. All interruption that was good. That was good. Could you maybe give me a little something else real quick? How old are you? Twenty nine. Okay, okay, good deal. And what if you don't mind? What size I don't have a a pitcher on the on the demo. Oh Yeah. Oh. Yeah, Oh yeah, that'll work work. Okay, Gimme GimMe Gimme. Maybe maybe do something else for me. Mary, J. Blige it up for me a little bit, you know. See what am I? GonNa. Let me that you can wait to highlight trying to change at the feeling from what it's been in. NAPA got heartbroken. times in the past, nevertheless strong advocate to don't feel as good. To before in everything is to say thing. I used to went right out the door. Oh! About you. Know they. Say Yeah Yeah. I spent I spent like that. ICEMAN likes that. Right? That's what I'm talking about. Okay, listen How do you feel about flying up to to New York maybe a couple of weeks, so I can put all you guys together. You like that. I you excited about it. Okay okay, listen Let me let you notice. The name of the group is the lingerie. And I think you guys are GonNa work out well once we get you lockdown and that'll be four, so we have four girls and make lingerie as you know. Now real pretty good. Although you got. They're great i. need you to send Me some pitchers as well you do that. Okay well listen. I'm GONNA need a headshot, but like I say the name of the group is the lingerie. So that way, you can send me something of you in some lingerie. What. Is that what you can see you know. Wait wait wait. You want me to send you a picture of me and my lodge right exactly because see this is what you guys actually perform you actually going to be going on on stage and you lingerie how? Do you. Go about I'm trying to get you to send me a picture in your lingerie as you're gonNA be a party. You. Know what. Are you to call me telling me to hang in my lingerie and get on stage. That's what we're doing. Baby, that's what large raise do. Kind of. Crazy. When you get my number in name where you get my CD from. People that work for me gave me much at all like I like I like what she was doing and Hey I'm giving you a shot. You let me tell you some you. Know. You're GONNA have all these obstacles in your way? Excuse me you. What do you think you're talking to? Say Pitching. You'll rising is what you may. Be Kinda me. Who sent me a picture. You'll learn right. I WanNa pitcher you and your out. I got a problem with that. To Stop you don't know what it takes to be a stop. I'm going to be, stop. Go anyway part of the lesser rate. 'cause I'm not a graphics by idiots along thing. Is, issue listening? What do you walk? This is nephew Tommy from the Steve Harvey Morning Show. You just got break by your boyfriend. My God. I'm so mad. Oh, I can't wait till you get home. Array! Oh My. I have never been in my life. To Watch my language. You may need Nad. I bet you want me in no lingerie for about four or five months think. Gain? As you baby, tell me this. What is what is the baddest radio show in the land? Be Harvey Morning Show. You have it. ICEMAN productions got saying in them draws, don't. Lodge race. Call, call it. Lunch. Way To. Wow All right well y'all can finish saying this Dole can't tell you something got. What's on your mind? We have got to vote that we. We have got to register and we've got a vote like we voted for Obama. Because of you don't I cannot tell you what this means to us. He has already shown the. He does not care about the African American community at all. He has proven that he doesn't care for the Latino community at all current. He has proven that he don't care for poor bites at all McDowell county. West Virginia, which is where I was born. Is One of the poorest counties the poorest county in all of West. Virginia you know why? Because the coal mining jobs is gone. Donald Trump did he promised him he was bringing coal mining back. One job would back to McDowell county 'cause he lied. You can't bring back. Coal Mining Mcdowell County voted for Barack Obama, but did he promised him they jobs back. Of course they're gonNA vote for not one job. He don't Care Mad. And I'm telling you this opening up these schools or we go defined you. That's his child. Don't have to go to schools like Yo chows. Kim Budget our. Superintendents. Yeah? Okay well, we'll get into it more of course throughout the morning, but coming up next the strawberry letter for today the subject. At least my fiance is honest. We'll get into it right after this. You're listening to Steve Harvey Morning Show.

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392: Bobby Orr Backs Trump; OHL with No Bodychecking? Passing of Sean Connery

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

42:34 min | 6 months ago

392: Bobby Orr Backs Trump; OHL with No Bodychecking? Passing of Sean Connery

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Halloween. Not Much I don't get kids Or maybe I do but I don't answer the door. Sure. I've. kind of forgotten was Halloween. I'm not sure what what happened there with Halloween did they did they not? What it was optional I think a lot of people are shut her down and just. You know the recommendation was probably not a great idea and I think he was banned per se at least where I am about you. I I guess let's see. I think I was out at the slip out last night. I've been here ten years. I've never had a kid. And you gotta be Primo side-by-side, towns stevie. Never had a kid by. I don't know I don't know. There's no there's no kids in this complex hardly I mean kids are allowed but. Just, I don't know maybe I've been out or something I. Don't know all these years not sure I'm about five hundred meters away from my neighbors. So I'm not real convenient. Did you get kids? Not A one. Oh. Okay. Everyone was laying low. The cold like I say like I never get them. It's not a covert thing and five hundred meters like half a kilometer away from my nearest neighbor. So it's not really convenient for the kids. You're not a Hollywood. You're not a Halloween kids fan. You know they're not a fan of you live in too far away exam. Anyway. Yeah. So that was that nothing else might not much going on not much on. Could we get rid of this time change thing by the way you mentioned the Going back to standard time and stuff fallback and Is there anybody stage you got it with the farmers and stuff? Hey ads bright when I wake up in the more I get that. But is there anybody who's saying when it gets dark now at four thirty like aw thank goodness it's nice and dark. Now at four, thirty, five o'clock is there anybody in candidates saying that right now I, don't know everyone has so many different angles on. Not. Everyone. Not everyone flips the clocks in the spring and the fall some don't I think it's I. Don't I don't think they change schedule. Yeah. They're the only ones I think. Yeah. So and they seem to be surviving Steve it hasn't boiled and sunk into the middle of the earth got seems to be okay. There seemed to be okay. Is it you guys or schedule and that has no salt on the roads either. Let's be. US. No Salt. which is because Salto damage your car so much other than the sixty thousand pounds of San that they put out there all day like you're riding through a frigging desert Dune. Anyway. Yeah. NO SALT and no rats Steve in know, what do we know rats look it up Alberta is a rat free province. Hide Piper in Alabama what's going on there? I'm not making that up. There's no rats I don't know how they do it. They have rat patrol. There's Don I'm telling you. I'm not I'm not pushing stand-down look that up right now. Okay. I'm not doing it. I WANNA start, WanNa, talk instead about rat patrol, the old TV show that had Victor Newman from young and the restless star of it I remember that. Yes. Yes. And then even back then he said I will company. Give the rats away. The runs away. They'll be no reputable here not on my watch. Probably have the same kind of rant about Victor. How old is he now hundred ten God still younger than me? Yeah it's unreal. It's unreal. I've never met him. I met lots of people, but never met him. In. My view ever met have you ever met a soap opera star before? Yes. I have. I think he's Canadian. I want to see his last name's more speaking of young and restless. Moral I think his last name. I don't have a chance. I don't think I know the single name of any soap opera. But character names might know a few. He was Victor Son. Are Still. Cast the young and restless here. Let's see. Here we go. There's Victor Newman I didn't know they had a son. And of course up moral I was right. Okay. He's Nicholas new. Nickname. Okay how'd you know him? I met him at. Victoria. WanNa Russ's functions actually they'd be rush says used to have the big charity Golf Tournament. And one of the guys there and I mean I. I met elsewhere to down in L. A. or something kicking her out. Great. I think he's Canadian. Noise, an American. Okay. On the celebrity fronts have you ever had a chance to meet bobby or? You know what I I can't remember I I've never spent any time with them. But I've done so many gigs over the year. Steve. I'm sure you must have been at one or two of them. Like can tell you I, met him in studio. We had him in studio for an hour. It was angry Allen I the morning show day Bobby Orr came in from that for the last show. Yeah it was amazing. I got he's one of those guys in this. You Know I. I've used this reference before, but he would be one of those guys as well. You spend about five ten minutes with him. You feeling like the guy's already your best friend and just a just a lovely guy and and not at all arrogant you know he's one of the greats of all time quite obviously comes as the best of all time and just really nice really down to Earth. Think at the time and Yes. So I have nothing but great things to say about Bobby Orr as a player and as a person. Until maybe what he did Like late last week, you took out a full page ad in Friday's New Hampshire. Union. Leader. TO INDICATORS ENDORSEMENT OF DONALD TRUMP IN TOMORROWS presidential election. So while that Kinda was disappointed by that I, don't know if I got the rage that. So many others hat on social media like much much. Has Been ruined now jerseys the wall, the jerseys coming off the wall, right Yeah let listen I saw that too. I saw that. Jack Nicklaus right did the same thing around the same time? So there must have been something going on there whether it was the slow the celebrity call in the midnight hour before the election. And I had the camp Cole who is a big writer Canadian Guy I think he's retired now. You probably remember that name he he wrote a bunch of stuff. Yeah. I remember is get the mustache. Remember he's one of the first guys to break the Gretzky trade. I. Think that's right. That's right that would have been. Yeah. I Know Cam from he's from Edmonton. I, think he lives out in BC now somewhere. So he, he put up a post saying I just got crushed today might and he's fanatic Golfer, any road hockey, his whole life I got crossed not only one of my idols but two of my idles Okay Bobby Orrin Jack. Nicholas. came out and said they're, supporting, Donald Trump. Like Okay All right. Okay. You can do that this this stuff were. Like you have expectations of People Steve. Okay. We all have expectations and everyone expects that everyone's going to hate donald trump. Okay. Most are the people who do Expect that everyone else should right and it's okay to have those expectations, Steve but it's bullshit when people start to say I am if if you're gonNA, do that. Okay. If you're going to vote for Donald Trump then I'm GONNA do this. And you're welcome to do it but you're presenting this thing like. Like if you don't do it okay, you're going to be in big trouble here. You know you're you know there's something wrong with you if you don't see things my way. You know win or lose the Election Donald. DONALD TRUMP'S GONNA. Get a bunch of votes. You know he's going and he'll eat might win. I. Don't I don't have a real good feel on it but my. Bed I'd pick DONALD TRUMP I, don't know why. I just I just think he's GonNa win again not for any of his policies or anything I just. Have a coin around here to flip. Yeah exactly. So but this this stuff where people are are are. Calling, bobby are disgusting. I'm going to never think or speak of the guy again is it's preposterous people that all you ever wanted. was to get inside the celebrity a little bit and see what he's thinking on other things outside issues the so these guys do. They put an adult they're they're entitled to do it just as you're entitled to do whatever you want. You know. So this this shit where people are going wow is that you know my ever? So. Bad. The feeling I have I'm not gonNA think anything but the the worst of bobby are no, it's ridiculous I. Don't know what do you think this is why we have. Anonymous votes every time there's an election because people get chastised when they publicly align themselves with someone like this I'm I don't agree. With with Bob. You're on on his election leanings here on on his political leanings disappointment disappoints me for sure but I'm going to carry on with my life I'm not going to you know go on this campaign this social media reign of terror to make sure everybody knows that I despise Bobby Orr and all he stands for now it's like Gay. I disagree with his political leanings and that's about the extent of it and everybody's raging. Everybody's completely raging about it I guarantee that you know what? They may not admit it because of the reaction we're seeing here, but there's probably people in your circle of friends who in their heart of hearts probably lean more to donald trump than they do joe Biden. Even as Canadians were keeping an eye on things and we're taking sides right chances are you've got friends who feel the same way bobby or does Are you going to? Distance yourself from your good friend you. Cut them out of your life I don't i. don't think you are. So I don't i. just feel like everybody's while I disagree with bobby or I feel like everybody's just going crazy over this well, you don't want to. The irony for me to is? So, bobby or has an opinion. Okay. he goes public with it. And everyone weighs in on twitter. Okay about their opinion of Bob Yours opinion. Okay, and it's a public forum twitter. Scotrail although social media stuff and so they're chastising this guy for having an opinion yet they're they're giving an opinion. Right. I don't know if I'm making sense there, but you're you want this platform to provide Europeans. Twitter facebook instagram whatever else people use right to do it you want to be heard. That's that's a that's a big part of this social media stuff right? It's brought the whole world into your living room. All right to hear their opinions. So I don't I don't I don't engage too much anymore I did it once and I just about got. Just about died from from doing from the opinions of people. So it's really funny that you would call a guy disgusting for his opinion and that's your opinion. you know what I mean yeah. Totally, yeah I again I'm I'm hoping I HOPE DONALD TRUMP loses i. don't like Donald at all I hate to things. He says and does I. Want I hope that this will be the last we have to see him In this role. But. I'm not going to again go on this campaign of insulting everybody who for whatever reason aligns with him? Yes. There's a lot out there for sure. It's kind of a funny story as we get ready for tomorrow's election. I thought just finishing up our conversation about about trump in that. He's not been able to find a campaign song. Dancing. And the old suit I. Think. We talked about it. You Know Daddy got the SUCI wears off twenty years old or the style of them I? Don't know. I'm sure there on old but. That at. The styles a whole of the deal. Every time I guess the trump campaign decided okay We need this song for our campaign. They immediately get hit with a cease and desist letter from the artists who sang the song is like it's been a whole endless run of Neil, young John Fogerty Phil, Collins Panic at the disco, the estate of Leonard Cohen Tom Petty Prince. Those are just a few of that have objected as as trump tried to get songs going Neil young talked about it's like hey. When I wrote keep on rocking in the free world I didn't have it with this intent in mind right? So that's that's how it goes with his not just a matter of I mean those who like trump like him a lot and those who hate trump hate him a lot and it seems like most of the entertainment industry wants to see the last of this guy and they don't want any of their work to help this guy get reelected you gotTa Watch I. Think I put you onto him a while ago. Scottish comedian Kevin Bridges Yet I. Remember it Hilarious and he does a thing on trump when he comes out and goes. As a comedian Steve as vati difficult. To Make Donald Trump funnier than he already is right it's like. You say it and he goes people like them because he speaks his mind. He says, what's on. His. Mind bridges goes. The pubs of Scotland, our full of old men who speak that fucking mind. And he goes, but we don't encourage them. Anyway now we can't. We can't have a Scottish accent on the show at this point in time with bringing out the sad news actor Sean Connery passing away at the age of ninety over the weekend and Great Long Life Course we all knew him from the early days when he was James Bond for years probably I think most people would say the best of all, the James Bond's James Bond's random anyway. So any any memories of Sean Connery you you know I obviously I know that I and I saw a couple of pieces on them on television. And on Youtube and stuff you know what surprised me is that he if I'm not mistaken He won an academy award for untouchables I know that's a fact that he wanted for the untouchables. What really blows my mind is it's the only academy award he won. Yeah I think so. Well that's great. Might what am I favorite movies? Not just favorite Sean connery movies but one of my favorite movies all time it's so great. I watch that tonight I watch that tonight. y'All. Well, I've got a great Sean Connery Story. And I've I'm sure it's probably several thousand shows ago I told him but he played he played golf at Sherwood Russ knew. Him Okay Russ Russ Newman and it wasn't uncommon connery played at Sherwood in L. A. and it wasn't uncommon for him to phone Russ to get a Game Russ. Russ's played a couple games golf with the Guy Ross Cardinal Cool and. But. One of my favorite stories he was notoriously cheap. And I'm I'm not painting I'm here with the wide brush what's be but he was okay and. CADDIES. Have to take a caddy when you play Golf Sherwood and you the going rate. Excuse me. Let's say, the going rates one hundred bucks. And cash is King Steve. Okay, you can go through the clubhouse. You can say, put it on my bill and pay the guy. Well, if you don't tell them what to pay, they end up getting sort of a minimum. Of. Fifty two dollars or something when they would normally make twice as much. You know and so you're really cheap steve if you if you say just put it on my bill and walk away from the caddy in tell the caddy master, right so it's taboo you doing okay. Anyway. Connery did it all the time and? One of the cat he's. My group one time golf with Wayne. Tells this great story where he got suspended, the CADDY got suspended after a round of golf caddying for Sean Connery and I said, well, do tell what what? He's so freaking jeep. Okay. The guy had had enough of it candy for two or three times and he kept getting the you know the minimum fifty eight dollars plus tax or something, and so he finally snaps and. took the Chit or whatever he got and waited out in the parking lot for Sean Connery And he threw it at him. Okay. He said keep your cash. Okay keep keep your cash. You said you cheap creek. It caused me more to go to whether you're freaking stupid movies. Oh. Yeah. I spent tastic met Fed. So, and it'd be your favorite. What would be your favorite Sean Connery. Film. that ran October one was pretty good. Wasn't. October. With Alec Baldwin and. Yeah I watched it recently like within the last couple of years. That's that's a really old movie. The bond thing I don't know never. Once special, effects Steve reached the two thousands. The James Bond stuff was pretty stupid after a while but. I really enjoyed those I. I. liked the Sean Connery Ones 'cause he had that I don't know that level of Kula botum. Thought that WHO's the guy in the seventies again he's long gone as well English Guy Roger Moore Roger Moore correct. Yeah and then, and then it's the short little English guy. Now who's done the last little ones Daniel Craig? Yup was about five to an. And they briefly Timothy Dalton in there as well. Sure. Anyway. Love. I love those early James Bond movies they're graded. They're the definitely worth watching and they say just a real style and coolness about that version of James. Bond and of course, I always liked doing the impression of that character from the Rock and the famous of infamous line losers always wine about doing about our best. Winners go home and have sex with the Prom Queen as if he didn't say have sex. No. No. He. Is the FBI he's the the F bomb. Yeah. Try to steer clear the. With with Nicholas Cage. That's why Nicholas Cage. Sorry I. I did. That I can draw on a moment's notice. Okay. Sean connery passing away at the age, of Ninety, and so the eulogy is. He's got the F bomb and he's a super cheap that was quite a eulogy I. Tell You what? When we come back in the show, we're GonNa talk about the Ontario Hockey League will they or won't they eliminate body checking? A couple of days ago it looked like they were they made that announcement and now Doug Ford is backtracking on that. So we'll talk about that. When we return after these words, WANNA, get stronger lose weight be healthier. 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Saturday night he's working on a return to play plan with the Oh l. that would involve physical contact. He said it would I need to be approved by health experts comes one day off our tears minister of Sport Lisa. Macleod said body checking would not be allowed during the cove nineteen pandemic in his speech she delivered to the Empire Club of Canada the Minister says the decision to ban body checking came after outbreaks in the Quebec major junior hockey league which led to games being postponed and rescheduled. Ford, says, he'd like see the Gel Return with rules as close as normal A. As. Possible. So I don't know what's going on there. There's not on the same page they weren't on the same page on the Autism Front when she held that portfolio. Guy. He's the getting provincial minister though correct she. In both cases use a provincial minister. Now she's the Heritage Sport Tourism and Culture Industries Minister, and before under her portfolio autism and caring for children like that and the funding they should receive. There was this really pie in the sky grandiose game plan that really really backfired and never materialized. Yeah. What what a like they're in the same party Steve isn't isn't Ford her lead. Off. They should probably connect once in a while. Steve. Before they have their press coming, pick up a phone. So we're GONNA do here Lisa. Do we have an answer then yet still in limbo her whether they're going to do it or not? Well, technically in limbo, we're still a ways away from the Ontario Hockey League starting because they're going to go with an abbreviated season I. Think I can't remember off the top of my head and they get sixty games or something like that may be fifty. But anyway, it's a shorter schedule and there is still kind of dancing around that. That particular topic to me. It's even it's ridiculous. To, even think about it I don't know if it's Lisa Macleod's brainchild. But whoever came up with the idea obviously as never played hockey before and you think of the possible transmission of Cova Jimmy Yeah they think of think of the sport of hockey in the many moments where you can have a transmission sitting you and I are sitting beside each other on the benches teamates shoulder to shoulder We talk about in others there's a battle for the POC there is rubbing a guy out against the boards. There's pinning a guy against the boards. There's multiple opera face multiple opportunities for transmission to occur. I would argue that some of those are actually. More likely to transmit cove, and then a good a good brief solid body shacks. The hell they're talking about when I saw this story Steve when I first heard it, do you know where that story belongs? Okay. If we're going to, you're going to have hockey. Okay. With nobody checking. Okay. L. All the other rules are the same though. The Saint Bench you're in the confined arena. You're rubbing up against each other. I E to be honesty I. Thought this is a skit from. Saturday night live. This is this is going to be on Saturday night live I guarantees Steve. It's going to be on the weekend update as one of the most preposterous ridiculous. Comedic stories I've ever heard. It's I keep thinking someone's GonNa jump through the roof. April fools. Yeah. It was all you. Yeah it. The best example of that. I heard a guy said and it's it's brilliant. Okay. So having a hockey game. Under all the rules and then saying because of Covid, we're going to have the game but not allow body checking. The Dude said, that's the equivalent of being a pool saying you're allowed to only in the deep end. Right, it's. You know what I mean I mean that's gone. That's a bang on example of a bunch of Shit that people are doing not only not only hockey games but. Social Gatherings and going in and out of stores where some protocols are you need a mask at is just it's it's crazy. You know you have the best idea ever shut everything down for two weeks but. That that I I, really do I really think this is going to be you know that Saturday night live is GonNa. Shred this thing just absolutely going to read it. You know to what's What's I don't think SNL too interested in the Ontario Hockey League in his ways. No they're interested in Rippin Canada. There's no doubt about it. Right they they love to do it. Just. The story Steve this the like. What's what's what's comparable besides the peeing in the deepen story you know what I don't I don't. I don't know. I. Don't know what? It's like it's like a it's one thing of ten. That would be what you call one of them super spreaders and every every day I. Pick up a newspaper or go online and see a new story of some doctors saying, Oh, you know there's lots of risky things to do out there but one of the worst the sport of hockey and it's not just because of the checking me touch on these our law, our ten hour bus rides, all these teams have to go on sometimes. So it just how about a July silly about it in a locker room Steve. Where they're all four inches apart. Throwing dirty equipment. Just like it's it's unbelievable. You know it's Kinda like. Justin Turner thing with L. A. You know that you hear stories where a guy ends up ends up not social distancing somewhere. And then later on tested positive for Kovin. Right, that happened then they got to go back and backtrack the guys embarrassed Stubai shouldn't have done it. This is right up there with Justin Turner testing positive for Cova during the game getting pulled in the eighth inning and then showing up in the in the celebration with no mask. Okay and and carrying the covert virus. You know. It's just like insane Ross Gotten Shit when he said he was GonNa have a party during the. The zozo championship they're unsure would right. But he only had a limited number of people and stuff like that but people freaked out. How are they? How are those people freaking stuff like that when it comes to? We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA, be able to play hockey. They got us and they got. They got capsule hockey rusty. The NHL was allowed to do it because they had millions to keep it in the bubble. The NBA did it, but it cost them a billion dollars. Right tons and tons of money. And it worked. For the better part at work but the OH l.. Junior hockey league's don't have the resources to do this. They can't play hockey. Steve They can't play hockey. Well I, and if they do make some sort of provincial intervention. While it has to be one of the one or two things player don't play if you WANNA run the risk then that's okay. That's that's what you've decided I. I can I can I guess I can live with that the risk that I'm taking its you know. So if you decide that's the way you want to go then okay or don't play. That's the other option and you WANNA be super-safe keep everybody at harm's way than do that. But there's Moronic this Moronic half-measure is fully laughable. Well this this comes on the heels Steve of the incidents of Kovin being being really high in the past week. Right. Like. There's there's more cases here than there has been. In in the whole last six, seven months of the whole thing you know I think I told you in Ottawa there's a senior soul that that had a dozen cases of it last week. A friend of mine parents are in there and. So it's really strange that this would be the time you would you would consider. Yeah, we should probably fire up some hockey right now then. I tend to agree I. Mean it's you know you can't. You know so many things get compared back to the NHL right year whether this junior hockey minor hockey, and we're always talking about rule changes this or that Elena here's how they do it in the NHL well in this particular case. If you want to do things like the NHL because they did have success in in doing this, they did the bubble thing and so really that's the only way you can make this work. Otherwise, it is a super spreader. There's no getting around that the very nature of the game it's it's fast paced. It's sweaty spitting it slamming into each other as breathing on each other in the May, not not on purpose, but because you're in their competing for the PUCK and body checks. And bosses and benches it just the reality is Unless. You can get into a bubble situation. You should probably not be playing hockey right now. Yeah and the and the NHL I understand the where the pressure was to try and get this game back. Just draws in so many. So many people right from fancy sponsors to two employees and everything right that and it's televised. You know but but for junior hockey to have to you know to do this at this time. How many? What's what's the downside here? Huge huge downside Steve and the upside is so kids get to play hockey. To Compete. But. Okay that's what we'RE GONNA lose I'm sorry that's the sign of the Times. It's not the sign. It is the Times you know so. I don't get it I. Don't get way too way too much downside with this. There's probably going to be some tough decisions to be made but the premier saying now that he wants the Oh l. only return, but with body checking as well and Gal it did just back to the start of the story. It's a case of that that other measure doesn't make any sense at all. You're you're going to do it or you're not that's that's the bottom line waiting NFL to. I'm waiting to hear usual take which I used to love it used to steal it all the time you go. Yeah nobody checking. Yeah. What's that expression? Stupid. Phrase always slipping my mind. Expression Stupid. Or. Whatever used to say it was great yeah. Did you watch any NFL today to wrap things up just had a quick look because the games weren't meaning very much. We Seattle out here all day right? Of course, being on the West Coast. So they. Seattle wins. Again. They're. They're six and one I think. I was going to bet against Kansas City Steve 'cause one of the longest the widest spreads I've ever seen of a game. A record set not a record setter, but it's the biggest spread in a very long time like nineteen or twenty one. I saw fluctuating between that as they took on these sad sack New York jets. There's not. going. I forgot to put the bed. And I was going to bet the jets plus twenty. Stevie you would have lost they loo- they lose with thirty to nine or something like thirty two to nine they they covered by four five points anyway. Yeah. I said. Is this there's not enough time here. There's not enough time to cover spread of. Twenty. The other noted that. Good good The steelers stay unbeaten they took down Baltimore. So they're still the only unbeaten team in the League on my packers. Lewis to delvin cooks four touchdowns Yup Alvin Cook at four touchdowns I think by the a few minutes into the. Third. Quarter and that was all the scoring and they beat Green Bay today boy. It's weird as if twenty twenty couldn't get any weirder, the bills take down New England and the Patriots a bills are leading. The AFC East Patriots are two and five is the Patriots won eleven straight AFC east titles sixteen of Seventeen at say that dynasties over in fact, they even found a way to. Lose today the way the bad teams often do by themselves in the foot the down by field goal in the final minute, and they're well in range to tie the game talked about the Patriots here Cam Newton fumbles, bills recovered game over the Patriots. Lose. Twenty four to twenty one. All Day to do is kick field goal and he fumbles I'll tell you what they nfl stumbled across. This year that they should they try and market a little more. Is the fantastic. Rivalry between Tom Brady and and what? What's face in New England Cam Newton. Much of a rivalry there. Well there was right because they got the they got rid of Tom. I'm just saying like people are watching this thing if the bucks are going to do better than New England. Right right. Because come on, you don't get that. Will Not Cam Newton versus Tom Brady I don't really see any. Teen versus what what you know. Everyone wants to know what the bucks are going to do. It's it's the most aware thing that people are right now in the NFL is is Tom Brady. What's it going to do with Tampa Bay because generally patriots versus box? Yeah. Absolutely will Bella chicken the Patriots be the better squad or Brady and the bucks the better squad. and. It's almost been answered already right now. Yeah. That's what that's what I mean. The the the personality is not the right. That's going to create this. So that's why I'm a bucks play tomorrow night I think don't they in the Monday night. Yeah. The Monday night, which is tonight as we record this or we dropped the I'm starting to do that again. So Monday night. Yes. There in the Monday night to taking on the giants heavy favorites too I'm going to watch I think I'm the only guy in the land still like Dallas everyone seems jump off. In the likes them to what I liked him. I, liked him win I, like what? I'm a fan of Alice, the Dell, the NFC East give you the NFC east. You're not a fan of them to win the Super Bowl. I'm always every year every year they're my team. They're my team has the. Thin Steve Okay this started in two thousand eighteen for me and I've been loyal ever since. I can't. So you're fan now you like them to win. Okay fine. But you're not predicting that they're going to win. A. While isn't a full schedule Steve I should know this are they playing the full gear with Gomez? Yes they are we'll. Just hang on. Let me let me explain to you hear what's happening at the cowboys. Okay. There two and five Steve. Okay Watch. It watch out for the COWBOYS PAL? Watch out. I don't even know who the quarterback is now the fourth string quarterback or who. Who is their quarterback after? Andy? Dalton. It's a fan of the game. Sample driver they're going to give that guy. Shot. But the best about their division is to Windsor tied for first effectively. You know I shouldn't say that because Philadelphia's a Tie Philadelphia's two four and one leading the division washed in in second to and five Dallas in third two and five and the giants. If they win tonight they would move to two wins as well. Oh what a sad sack division that is but. There was one thing I wanted to mention before we go on if you saw any of the highlights of bears and saints. craziest things. One of the craziest things I've ever seen bears wide receiver, Javon Williams not exactly a big name in his NFL career twenty six passes and two touchdowns but today he tried to. Punch someone through their face mask like I've never seen you every. Once in a while you see A, you know the punchier there. It's kind of wild swing with this guy ran biscuit. From the game because he just ran had run about fifteen yards. Does. So Saints Defensive. Back CJ Gardner Johnson just standing there whims moves out in front of him and unloads two punches at his face. It basically like it just like hit him right in the face mice too. So really all he's only succeeded in doing was maybe break his knuckles. And probably get suspended as well. The other guy barely get punched the first on the other guy standing there what are you doing and they punched him again and is Saints Team Mates intervene but it's one of the dumbest things I've ever seen I don't know what the hell this guy was thinking about. Maybe off a little bit go to the stomach you get through there at least. Through while. It might be explained if he came off the off, the field writing coach goes what are you doing punch in that guy there the coach. Oh you got hockey gloves. Okay. Sorry about that. Yeah. You got brass knuckles. Oh. Okay. I didn't know that looked like may look at your punch with your bare fist there into cast iron mask that. You know can we get the doctor here? We explain to them what could happen? And no one knew why did it like he wasn't the schedule isn't even covering wims. So everybody's a why why is even mad at him earlier in the game I guess this Guy Gardner Johnson he stuck his finger through Anthony Miller's face mask and just took his index finger and touched his jaw and that was the extent of it and I guess the first opportunity that his teammate has to take up for his buddy he goes out and cold cocks, Gardner Johnson in the face mask two times it's so weird. You know what? Though Steve People people have to remember that in sports do you really need your hands? In before You really need right thinking things, Steve There's other things but the hands. Are they high on the list of needing? We're GONNA make that your final thought for today enjoy your day and we'll talk to you next time check. Oh what I put on twitter Steve How do you use your iphone? Okay. Look at it you're going to want to post it on your website. Whatever Yep Okay It's brilliant. It's brilliant. What I discovered the you can do in your iphone. Okay To Volume Button Steve There's one there's two butler. You just discover that good you. Among other things. You. GotTa look. All right goodnight night everybody we'll see.

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Material 198: Google is a Hardware Company

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Material 198: Google is a Hardware Company

"Uh-huh. Good afternoon. Good evening. Good day. This is the material podcast episode one ninety eight and I am your host Florence ion. I are also your host India, not go any did you ever watch. That silly Cartoon Network show that was on called baboon. No, I don't wanna. So first of all I had watched that show is I think it was like an eight year old way. I it was definitely one of those silly shoes. Your parents really don't. I mean, this was the summer. We went to remain ah in this is when I discovered Cartoon Network because Cartoon Network was more prevalent overseas before it was prevalent here in the US during those early ninety stages, and so because we weren't really allowed outside of the apartment during the day because the the perils I guess being in a post communist country. We stayed indoors most of the summer and watched a lot of TV. And so I just every time you say, I are India, not co instantly the flashback to those suburbs that I spent inside the apartment watching Cartoon Network. A good flashback or new. No, it's fun. It's a good flashback. And by the way, that cartoon was called. I am weasel. Just if anybody is curious, so it wasn't adult swim. So with actually had no, no. Plot yet. Do you? Remember, Johnny Bravo girls. It was part of that generation. Yeah. It was it was a fan. It was during that generation of art to network, anyway, I've learned on your. We got a meeting with Cartoon Network in of shoot. We shouldn't smoke that. Extra bull wasn't meeting. Twenty minutes. We got a pitch, okay? There's a paper clip, and the paper clip sounds like John Wayne, but he's married to door handle and they live in a bathtub. Inside of literally space ghost coast to coast. I have said would make a great, please. Nobody take Misha. I said what does make a great tech show? Like just having like, a panelist of just tired out tech journalist about tech and just like late night, which is kind of sitting around and just. Those CEOs man, we're where would you where would you ever find cynical joy beaten out of them soul crushed? No optimism tech. This is basically what Twitter is after nine pm east coast time. I can't even I can't even get the energy to hate how horrible this these. Whereas that's how bored. I am. That's just for anybody out there who was wondering what kind of nerd content, get content. Whatever I like, that's the kind of stuff. I like I like the nonsensical kind of stone humor. That's. That's what I gig a lot. Anyway, this is not about me. This is about the material podcast. So this is episode one ninety eight which means we are exactly to episodes away from the two hundred episode which we are celebrating. We're gonna have some friends on the show. We're going to be eating cake. I've already been sticking out my cake, by the way, Andy yesterday went to whole foods. Yes, I know it's whole foods, whatever roll your eyes. But they have I like their cakes because they're not intensely sugary the way that you might experience, but I might end up going to the local grocery here and getting to Romney sue, I have not decided and is it. Okay. If I get a t so. You you you may articulate this any way you like this is that you're you're going to be enjoying the cake. Because again, we matter. Transference has not happened yet. Yes. I'm I'm sort of fifty fifty between the really good grocery store that's within walking distance. That has an awesome bakery department. It's not it's not a chain. It's like. Okay. Every time you talk about it at my mouth starts salivate. No, no you by the way, the birthday kick style yellowcake with a white Buttercream frosting plan B, though is to go half hour into the city in Italian section of the city and go to an actual Italian bakery. Because that would just be. From if you're gonna have cake. Okay. Should we go talion for cakes for the two hundred episode? I mean, I'm I'm saying where it's like my grandfather was an Italian immigrant so half of my childhood involved like talion bakeries. And usually if you're getting if you're getting your wedding cake, or your baptism cake or confirmation cake, or whatever from a certain bakery. The Baker knows you knows your mom knows the kids, and they'll so they know that if every single flower on that cake is not ex- quiz, it everybody at Saint Denis parish is going to be talking about it for five months, and you will never live it down your mom. Your who gave who let you run the bakery. When she finally retired at age ninety three will hear about it. And she will simply push aside. And go back to the big. That's how intense a good Italian bakery is and so that's why the parents come back to do the job. Yes, everybody every everybody knows everybody's business. And if your business cakes that means that you gotta you gotta bring and so again, I don't this is going to be my first time having cake in the house probably since the last milestone, we had it as a as a show. So maybe about a year, and I'm going to be freezing at least half of it. So again, I'm willing to lay out the cash for one of these really. Although I'll I'll seem like a terrible parent. If I say what I want to three layer birthday cake, and what you have a three week all this. I'll take out of the display because actually I'm just buying it for something later today, like your son or daughter, you know, when their birthday is who's your mom. I'm gonna tell your mom about this. But yes, we're all excited about episode two hundred it's going to be we're actually to make sure that our special guests were able to be in the room where it happens as opposed to like piped in like pre-tape, memories and spend reports and stuff like that. We're doing it actually tomorrow. So couple of weeks in advance. But that even gives us more license not to worry about what the news is. And we'll just have a good old time. Yeah. Yeah. So definitely good old time and cake. Well, we'll remind you when we start the episode that it is an episode of celebration. We'll celebrating it'll be jovial. It will be fun now. Let's let's let's so let's catch up a bit. Now. So last week we had a very packed episode of discussion about Google's ethics board. And I unfortunately was running a little late to post the podcast on Thursday. And so by the president. About an hour later. This comes out that go onto solve its sport. Art. So our conversation on that podcast still stands. Okay. That was refreshed people. Who might have missed less was we had several thoughts and feelings about the new artificial intelligence advisory committee that yes just formed specifically that they that Google heads seen fit to name the president of the Heritage Foundation Kay Coles James to that board. Even though she's pretty clear about. Not really being happy about gay people and trans people and or or or not believing climate change is a thing. I'm I'm guessing they're shades of nail polish or lipstick that she would cause cause her to label. You a Hore of some kind. I'm guessing she hasn't said anything about that. But she seems like that type where explicitly so. It was it was an ironic anyway, so. So certainly tune into episode one ninety eight if you missed that, and you would like the Harris sharing our feelings about that. And of course, like the day. I think that the episode was made available Google said. The it's because this is the statement that they made they dissolved the ethics sports. Hang it's become quoting here. It's become clear that in the current environment eighty can't function as we wanted is a Google spokesperson talking to the verge. So we're ending the council and going back to the drawing board will continue to be responsible in our work on the important issues that AI raises and we'll find different ways of getting outside opinions on those topics back to the old drying board. Hey, we're just gonna go back to the old drawing board re figure it out again, Google UB you, but the first thing that when you go back to that drunk board after you'd use the dryer race markers. Just. No super super super, hyper radical, right wing wing nuts. That be just a suggestion. A hint that I mean, I'm not it might affect my purchase of the next pixel phone. I won't say it will say it won't. But if that's going to be a factor that will tip you one way or another against Ori Orr, again, even liberal wing nuts. Again, we're not against conservatives were not against liberals were just uniformly and agnostic -ly anti wingnut. And this woman is nearly not so happy about that. Also goule is there a lot of ways in which Google is philosophically the opposite of apple one of them is to say, wow. That really was a mistake in our heads that. Sure. You know, what we're just going to take a step back at this. And reevaluate whereas apple is the company that will say so what if you don't have any cellular reception that designed to that phone antenna is perfect. No matter of fact, we're gonna make twice as bed reception for the next one just to stick it in your eyes that we got this. Yeah. Maybe you're just typing too much you ever think about that? Maybe we're helping you to stave off carpal tunnel syndrome by by giving you this super flat. Keyboard that keeps breaking so you stop typing. You're welcome of not that you thanked us for that. Now, we're going to make it even maybe on second thought point five one millimeters of travel and the power back PowerBook boards. Maybe that's too much. We're gonna go for like pointing to we're gonna we're gonna go for if a fly like were to like, a what how thick is flies. But that's going to be how much travel we're going to have on there. And you're going to buy it. And you're gonna like it, and you're gonna say thank you apple we do. And the point is that Google is capable of saying that dandy. Good ideas. I wait for your liberation from. A keep keep speaking about one day or raising the red banner of revolution. But I want to point out that I'd have many colored banners of revolution. I will. When the time comes I will choose the appropriate color to suit my mood of that day right today seems like a c- missed banner of revolution through greenish bluish. That's very spring of fickle that way. Yes. So speaking of banners revolution. I do have to say that. I think what has been an interesting part of what's been going on at Google for the last couple of months that we really see the employee's are telling telling the executive what's up there saying the rally together, they're saying we're not going to stand for this. How could you do this like we don't wanna work with this? And I'm just here to say, Google IRS. You're all powerful voice and your executives are listening. So keep talking because I like what this is. I I like the story I liked it. The story is existing in the world. And I'd like to think that the more. This becomes a common practice that the mortal catch on other places in the more employees in Silicon Valley in particular will feel emboldened to just say, you know, what? We have really good salaries and really good benefits. But we're not going to work for a company that is allowing the very the very example of against to my way of living that fell apart. But you know, what I'm saying? It's it's the employee's and to lesser extent. But also Google seems understand that the special Android stickers with the rainbow colors on them. They're great. They're great. We love him but commitment to. If you're not gonna March the rest of the year. Okay. That's that's ultimately, if you are having a giant flow at the pride parade, encouraging employees there, and then hiring folks who are just anti LGBTQ. It's that's complete opposite not gonna work philosophically, whatever you want to say to yourself. It's just not gonna work that way end. Yeah. And just I understand both sides of the coin here. But there again, there's a way to do it. Okay. But the rest of this podcast. We're gonna actually Indian I decided that we're going to have a nice nice talk today. So got into let's tour for stab. 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So it's springtime and in addition to the pollen in the air, which I'm sure is torturing a couple of least a fourth of our listeners out there. I've seen even myself as I aged to develop pollen. Apparently, I can no longer breathe it in without coughing all day, that's annoying. But also it is the apparently the season of phones just propagating left. And right, we've already had a debut from Samsung. And then this week we had a debut from out Chee we've had a couple of other like little phones looks like Google is also planning to do something. And so this came out late last week new mid range models of the pixel three phones. Couple we've been seeing leaks come out we've been talking about this now for about I would say eight or nine months. So this is not new news. But the teas that has been going on with regards to these devices has just been I don't know I wanna see maddening because the longer we wait for these phones like this week Qualcomm announced new midrange processors. And so now these phones like. By the time. They come out. You know what I mean? So, but it's it's like they're rumor to be new Google pixel phone, they'll be like mid-range cost. But there's a difference. When you see that, oh, we'll some some supplier on some site that had to be translated twice and Google translate mentions that there might be new tooling for something. And then you're like, okay, that's fun. Let's talk about this after our third beer. But then like this week, we got enough information that okay? This could be a thing. Also, let's let's not put aside the idea that you've just spent what was it three hundred or four hundred dollars to fix for three hundred so package it up today, by the way. So so maybe maybe the Google held off on leaking this information until they knew that your check had cleared, and you were not would not have the option of thinking about well, perhaps I'll replace it with a mid, but we're getting ahead of ourselves. So what happened late last week? Besides all the other things there's stuff happening every day. Let's. Let's be honest here. Nine to five Google had caught a fleeting shot of the Google store were apparently there was a listing for pixel three I saw this sort of unfolding on Twitter. But I kind of like, you know, what I'm not gonna even participate like all wait for the aftermath of this. And so the aftermath is on that same day a redder had found a reference to two devices in the Google play developer consoles device catalog the two devices refer to his Benito and Sargo, which by the way, mmediately leads me to think Japanese food because Benito's Benito's delicious on anything rumored, which by the way, it's like fish skin scale, delicious. I thought it was like Mexican food. No, no. It's no is because of the bony though. But no, it's it's fish. The outside of fish. So it's not vegetarian, but also makes sense because Google gives its devices fish codenames, so or I guess see water codenames because we've had Wales to in the past which are mammals. This off also one with that these are the rumored codenames for the pixel three in pixel three plus respectively. These Bijard had a report that according to the Google play console the pixel three Benito will feature a at twenty one sixty by ten eighty display at four hundred DPI while the pixel three x l also known as Sargo will be equipped with a twenty two hundred ten eighty display with four hundred forty DPI both will have four gigs of ram will ship with Android pie, and will retain the pixel visual core co-processor of previous pixel phones sear gonna get a lot of that camera performance that you're getting on the high end pixels that you're paying for now a line in the system feature section of the listing. Also suggests both phones will launch in the middle of the year and considering Google IO is that fifth month Mark in twenty nineteen which I also know because it's my birth month. So, you know, I really pay attention to those things I am thinking that we are going to have some sort of device launch happening Google, which would be exciting. But I also maybe wouldn't hold my breath because I know Google has been really trying to keep. I owe a developer focused event. It's kinda hard though in this day danger of media, right because every developer event becomes a news event some way, right? So all these specifications that I just read off they pair up fairly well with all the previously been happening all the things that we've been paying attention to and getting excited. Over those leaks said claimed the pixel three we'll have a five point six inch display and Snapdragon six seventy processors. So that's why I was mentioning the mid range processors earlier while up sized pixel three XL will feature a six inch display and Snapdragon seven ten processor again, very decidedly mid range boat devices are also said to include twelve megapixel rear cameras, eight make pixel selfie cameras. USB ports and headphone jacks. Headphone? So that you won't have to worry about that dome goal. I guess, but none of these specifications. None of these particular specifications were confirmed by. The developer console league. That's just kind of what's going out there. So this is just been a rumor that's been percolating. It's become more and more of a real thing. Now that we have our favorites watchdog sites finding things and keeping a lookout for what's going on. I I don't know how to feel about this. Because while I understand why Google trying to get into the mid range market. I worry that it's a little too late. And I'm thinking that maybe this first batch is just a sample run. They're kind of like you. We're gonna start doing mid range. And then I feel like eventually the mid range because eventually they're going to have to catch up to what companies like Motorola doing overseas. Chinese companies are doing. There's a lot of competition in this space and a lot of manufacturers have settled themselves in this space for Android, which I think makes sense why Google wanna slice of it. Because they're like, hey, that's us. That's our platform that you're putting on your phones, we're gonna do it our way, which makes sense. It does suggest a shift in their attitude about what the pixel phones are meant to do for the company where historically all the phones that Google has made between the nexus and the pixel phones have really been flagship phones not just for Google but for Android to show up. Here is absolutely Howley. Good an Android phone can be when which if you have the apple design model where the hardware designer is also the operating system designer which is also the API designer, but more importantly, where the the manufacturer decides not to screw it up by adding all kinds of bloat wear or adding all kinds. Features that don't really work, but they're kind of flashing. They look good on the side of a bus kinda save you one hundred dollars. Yeah. Exac well short of right? Basically figuring out how to do, you know, if we don't have those beautiful surgical stainless steel frame with gorilla glass four thousand grade glass on the front, but what if we just had made a good sturdy phone that will look great inside. I mean, people probably put in a case anyway. And we would you rather have like a slightly less deluxe, Cartier style phone and two hundred or three hundred dollars in your pocket. Or would you rather have the eight hundred dollar phone? I would rather have that pixel core processor with me at always the pixel visual core co-processor, I want that on every phone that was a that was a great thing to see because we've been thinking about these mid range pixel phone for a long time and the. It's it's fine. If they only downgrade things that I don't care about like again. I don't care if it goes from stainless steel to aluminum, I don't care if they go from plastic back to from gorilla glass back to a plastic bag or slightly thicker, right? Exactly the. But the things that I would really hate to the reason the the the thing that's going to make me pull the trigger on a new pixel phone is going to be a camera that is way better than the what I've got my pixel one, and I know the pill three already is much much better because of that visual processor, but it wasn't quite enough to make me pull the trigger this year. Again, I was kind of blindsided by the nightside feature where it's like. Wow there. I defined better camera as not as well. I've magnified this thousand percent under eighteen different controlled lab. Conditions to take a look at what the pixels. Look like at at one meter by. One meter per pixel resolution. I the way the way I defined good camera of any kind is can I take pictures that? I couldn't take with my previous camera. That's the kind of thing that really gets my attention and night-sight is while all these shots that were just not even worth even trying on on on the on my pixel one before this update are now absolute not only absolutely possible. But now, I'm actually if I'm walking home, and it's like dusk or it's dark. It's like factor. Let's see what night site will do with this sort of thing. So I'm glad to see that they didn't decide to do at Motorola often. Does when they're trying to really get the price down to two hundred two hundred fifty dollars where it's like, okay. It'll be it'll be a decent camera. But it will be very decent for like a phone made in twenty twelve not for phone made in two thousand sixteen where it's not it's not that they don't care that. They are really the big feature of this phone is that more people will be able to afford it and the stuff that is heart harder. Negotiate like, a bigger screen that you can read very very well construction. So that you can drop it. Accidentally nothing tension. But you could drop it. That's we're haunted by ghosts. When it happened. I know. I know it's not your fault never speak ill of the dead, by the way. Because this is what happens. Okay. My mother taught me the city young age. And clearly I should have taken it with me. Where else again, I refer you back to the previous statement that my grandfather was an Italian immigrant. So there's a lot of say God love them. If you're say this name gotta say God love them, particularly if you're. On this stuff. Because this is how we were both. We were raised with both of these things. So we appreciate everybody for being along for the ride because it is sometimes it's fun to just think about all the little nuances that you get raised with. We both come from a lot of from. A parts of the parts of the world where at one point in United States immigration history were referred to by federal statue as riffraff. So that's that's something that a lot of us in a lot of our listeners have in common that there are times where again, but. Yeah. So it's it's it's weird. Because again, that means if they were to come up with this if it were really competitive, like if they're selling one of these phones for less than five hundred dollars that would really mean that they are running a phone hardware business as opposed to saying that as opposed to saying that we're is there's a huge profit margin to be made at the eight hundred dollars thousand dollar level. And also this is this is this flies the Android flag. Really? Well, if they were to say, well, let's cheap out on some things that means that well, Motorola, and one plus are making a lot of money with budget phones, perhaps we can steal their lunch money. Probably you know, what's. I was just thinking about this very quickly. I don't know that this is a mmediately related, but I just wanna share it as an anecdote many years ago. Remember project are out that was the thing. Those winning. Yeah. And I remember going I went to the like to developer conferences that they had for it in the south bay. And I remember one of the key sort of objectives for this phone was to bring it to emerging markets. And that's why they were going to try it out and Puerto Rico. They we're gonna have like this this pilot program happening there, and I think that happened. But for some reason, never fully materialized. It was that was weird running me. They should like should look into that. Because so weird that they announced it crumbled from there, and it was like. Like, it was like a Hollywood marriage where like they got married their pictures of the marriage, and then three days later, you're here. There's there's this Annella -ment while the people cover is still on the newsstands. Just just bad bed. Pet celebrity hit it when that happens. But yet so I was just thinking about that. And thinking, you know, this has been Google tied its sights on this particular market for really long time because this is where a lot of the other OEM's have made money. So this makes perfect sense in in our world sort of in when it comes to making money at it makes perfect sense to for propagating, the pixel Brandt wouldn't be fun if they were to make Android one phones. Like, if they were to if they they've already shown how wonderful they can be when they said here if we're going to if we're going to design a phone that costs as much as an iphone or X, actually, let's be more even more fair costs as much as an iphone before iphone started cost. Thousand dollars. And that's what the that's what the pixel line of phones has been if they were to say now, we're gonna show you how good and Android can be when it cost one hundred fifty dollars. And we guarantee you we will make money on each one of these that we sell this is an aspirational product to teach all of our manufacturers that this is how good and how stable and how professional one hundred and fifty dollar or a hundred dollar blister pack phone can possibly be. I would love to see that. I think they would do something super special. Yeah. It's also interesting just to segue away from this for second. There. This is actually our next line item. Which I think this is this is a good time to segue. So there was a Nalis. I really just pronounce that way. Well, skews me analyst. Wow. Wow. Sometimes happens, folks. There was an analyst report that said that pixels are stealing sales from Samsung not apple which I believe. I believe it just because I was thinking about so I've been playing with the LGA, and I know that's not a Samsung phone, but it comes from that like South Korean batch of manufacturers known they both are very very big food manufacturers, and I kind of think of them in the same vein because I see them as in competition with each other since they are kind of on their own home turf. You know, constantly who can have the most product placements in how many Korean dramas I love I love to play that game with my husband every time. We we started new Korean drama like Willoughby Samsung, girl g and this one will be Kia Hyundai, but I kind of bring that they're bring that here to the US to because oftentimes you'll see a lot of this like sorry slightly gimmicky features being announced with Samsung, it was this optical or whatever optical, no skews me. The other kind finger. Print scanner which apparently people aren't too happy with with the LBJ. It's like they have this front facing cameras will do hand gestures. It's so weird. And I think about the relative simplicity of the pixel line, which is exactly why apple has worked. So well for people why iphone has worked. So well is because people just want a darn thing that works. They just want something that's simple to come into. They want something that has one of the best cameras. You know, every time I go out with my friends these days and not just saying this to horn they will attest this. But they asked me to take the photos, they won't for the next month. But they usually ask me to take the photos because I have the pixel with me, and as they have seen especially the last couple of months because I have the night night-sight kinda showed my friends like what it can do. They're like flow you have to take like the night photo. You've stick the night shots. We need you to take the picture, and I'm happy to be in charge of this. Because. That means that I made the right decision when I bought my phone and so coming from this my little anecdotal story. This is why I very much see the pixel as being it's going to become more competitive. I mean, we have all these giant marketing stories that are happening with like horizon. I don't know that we're gonna see the other carriers but presence the big one. I mean, that's really the one that you need to have on your side as a manufacturer. And I think as long as they keep pedalling the three big phones, which are the pixel in the US, which are the pixel the iphone, and whatever Samsung has got the latest iteration of I think that's kind of what we're going to be saying propagating, I've used that word a lot. It's a good word. But that's what's on my mind is I see these, you know, again, springtime seeds. These are all planting little seeds, and it's took fighting. It's it's interesting. And we we get back to talking about like, why did Google want to get into the phone Harper market to begin with when they when they and it's it really does seem as though they actually want to create a competitive brand, the so this is a study from a research firm called counterpoint research that says that fifty one percent of pixel buyers are formal former Samsung buyers only eighteen percent, but went on a five. Okay. Our former iphone buyers, and so it's like, of course, they're Samsung is the brand for for Android if they're going to. I mean who else is the pixel going to poach sales from not the essential phone. There's that's it's probably going to be the number one brand. So if they not not one plus either I should add because one plus is they do have a niche that they're selling to and in their increasingly becoming like one of the best deals. But a lot of people still outside of very very enthusiastic -als. You're not going to know about this phone instantly. So unless you're with an enthusiast or you have friends who are enthusiastic, you're probably not gonna hear about it mmediately. It's it's a pretty interesting report. And we have a Lincoln Lincoln the show notes for the for the sub sewed because report also talks about actually one. Plus and see that the this sort of legacy inheriting babysitter that the pixel getting most of his buyers from former Samsung people also applies to the one plus six t three seven percent of sixty buyers coming from Samsung and almost the same percentage. Sixteen percent from from the iphone? They they make good points that really need to be kind of up in front there that oftentimes it really is about advertising that Samson apple they spend so much money to make sure you are super aware the Thursday this new phone. And other commercial weather. I am watching on demand. Whether I'm watching live TV is a Samsung or apple commercial. It is like boom, boom, boo. Every every time my train pulls into south station, which is the main commuter rail and Amtrak Amtrak hub for Boston whenever there's a brand new Samsung phone they buy out the entire every ad space in south station for their and apple they will they will buy every single bus. Kiosks they can find every single pedestrian piece of advertising. Whereas you kind of the only people that I think that a lot of people the first time they find out that one plus exists as a brand is when they realized that there is unfortunately, unfortunately, now the flagship phones made by Samsung and an apple are now one hundred fifty dollars more than they used to be which means that instead of barely affording them I can't possibly afford them. Is there something just oh? Actually, here's a big phone. That's actually is less expensive than the twenty fifteen iphone. Well, it has all these good camera. And so yeah. One more people should know about one. Plus because they've always I like sometimes the important thing is just get the price just low enough that there there's enough air between they've just done this perfectly. There's enough air between itself and the Samsung phones and a self and the Motorola, really really cheap phones and Motorola is still the king. I think of incredible value for two hundred fifty bucks or less, but they realized that there people who don't wanna make the sort of sacrifices that have to be made to make a phone that shape. It's more like making very very judicious cuts in performance and build so that maybe you can only drop this phone twice onto a tile floor before the screen breaks, and whereas instead of three or four times, and maybe the phone the the. The pictures. This camera takes are simply very good instead of excellent. But for most people again, they much rather have an extra two hundred fifty dollars in their pocket or they never had that extra Tournant fifty dollars to spend on a phone to begin with goes hardware company now. Yeah. So absolutely. But it's it's it's I wonder what goes on behind the scenes, that's I don't I've we've always heard that the relationship between Samsung and Google has been one of professional convenience. They're like they're like ten and teller where they're they're not friends. They don't socialize. But when they're working together on a stage, they can do good things together. Fight they work together. But there's nothing really holding them together. But once but the more I think the more pixel phones can continue to eat Samsung's lunch, at least in certain markets. This remember this was a I think that Connor points report only about US sales. I think my only read it this morning, and I was trying to it seemed as though they got their data from sales data from Verizon stores. So it's not comprehensive, but it's useful data. So I don't so maybe Samsung can say that well, they're not stealing. They're not ceiling any sales from South Korea. They're not stealing as many sales in Europe and other parts of the world. We forget even commentators and journalists like us, sometimes we forget that they're the if you go in a boat and go to the wet part of these coast and the west coast and keep going there. Other countries alley go. Up and down and stay dry and you'll visit other countries and sometimes the buying habits and the taste and the needs of the people in those countries is not all that similar to the United States. So, but but it's it's an interesting look at the numbers. It would be. I'm sure the good will be over the moon. If it turned out that they are actually turning heads and turning hearts and getting people to leave an iphone the most passionate group of brand loyalists there there there are and one out of five out of six is not bad. But boy they found out that they it was their fifty one percent. Pixel buyers were actually iphone users. It's like ooh that would be that that would that they would buy billboard for. That's they would they would buy an ad during wrestlemainia to make sure the to get Tim cook back for all those times that he made very mean comments. We have more pixels stuff to act. Talk about news. Happy news. Yeah. No, absolutely. But first we have to other ads so the soda material is brought to you by express VPN. We can probably all hold our hands up in admit cybercrime is something. We think happens to other people because who would want your data, right? 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We were well, I think this is actually about two weeks ago, we were kinda worried because we'd heard that there have been some reshuffling around Google's hardware staff folks that were being shuffled from one department the other of being encouraged that, you know, if you wanna stay go when you're designing pixel books and pixel slates, you know, maybe just ship date that will see the. Not saying nothing to maybe you wanna look for employment. Elsewhere that was at least rumor that businesses business insider reported last week saying that there's going to be roadmap quote roadmap. Cutbacks was the scuttle but inside of Google, but who knows right? So there are workers in those various divisions being encouraged to seek other jobs at Google and Google from there. I guess that's the murders. That pixel books and pixel tablets are coming like their new models that are coming. And that the reshuffling does not mean the end is nigh which is good news for those of us who have become fans of the pixelbook hardware in the pixel slate hardware that currently exists pixelbook sending we're both regular users. Yeah. I just started going back to it yesterday. And I was reminded once again why like using it specifically because it's a great writing machine. It's like it was made for journalists. Also the. Sometimes I do worry about that that they sometimes they say that well who's to who's going to be reviewing this and who's going to be on TV talking about this. It's going to be. So let's let's make sure there's a good keyboard? Let's make sure that that there's a there's a sharing tab for like filing invoices and expense reports exactly there's a blood alcohol level meter. So that it will tell you do not disturb mode, cause you're not drunk enough to defile the story yet, you really need to get a good buzz on before you'll be able to unwrap the logic of this this strategy it, by the way me writing now is not tipsy. It is under the covers my feet all wrapped up and heat Pat on the laptop that's how I like to right now after a long day. So also, the this is good news. This is good news because it means that this idea of Google's hardware company is again, go. Going. It's it's a reality. Now, folks. I mean, there's a reason there's a Google store you go there and you buy Google things Google things. And so the picks up a group product management lead. Steve Jacobs said this at goggles, Google cloud, next twenty nineteen conference which is happening right now in downtown San Francisco, we think there's some unique things we can do differently than the pixel book and pixel slate that are going to really hope give them what they're looking for when they're working in this new modern cloud, I era so just to give you some context behind. This person is his Lincoln says that within Google's core technology group. He's responsible for the pixelbook pixel slate emerging which would suggest that he was talking about a piece of hardware as opposed to a service now a ringing all this back around. This is a cloud conference. They're talking about this up in the cloud infrastructure, but it makes perfect sense for we're talking about here because we're talking about chrome OS Zeh majority cloud operating system and an order for. Chrome OS to continue to be a popular operating system. Amongst us journalists, developers the cloud needs to be it needs to operate perfectly. And it needs to be fast and it needs to deliver. What Maxine windows PC's? Don't. When the Steve Jacobs said that the the the them that he was talking about where workers who are fulltime employees, but don't necessarily have an office like in the in the main building people who can work out of their houses or work on the road or things like that. So it it definitely shows that given that everything that they do his based on the cloud and making cloud apps. That's that's where they're making all their money at if if someone with this position at Google is saying that we are looking we're thinking about in really great ways, we can go beyond what we've been doing and implying that it's going to be a hardware thing. That's pretty darn good. That's one idea that we often talk about apple and Google differences. Apple apple missed the boat early on on what if we put multi touch into a desktop operating system. Or are we don't just simply have this is the second thing. That's what they missed the boat on what Google missed the boat on was, you know, we're all. To do is create an operating system and API, and we'll make it free and let the developers in the do whatever they want, and they'd hardware makers, and they'll make it really great. And no they made it really crap until Google said. All right. We we made a wish on a monkey's paw with we were given exactly what we asked for. We should have been more specific working to start making our own hardware to show. What Android is supposed to look like this is we gave you a beautiful steak. We did not ask you to cook it well done and put catch up on it. We would like to at least if you like it that way fine. But we like to show you what it would be nice. If you aged did a dry rub. And then cooked it perfect. Tipton catch up just FYI. I k kinda shy away. If you don't have the one, what are you gonna Tippett? But I am. I'm just excited. I'm excited for this. I love the Chromebook is the Chromebook platform is becoming just a wider platform. It is now a, you know, I think for years now, it's officially been just the other operating system on the market. I think this is it serves the need for those of us folks who need a computer that we can just grab and go. And and I'm looking forward to seeing how many more updates Google will push the pixel book in the next three weeks because I swear every time I log onto the pixel book, there's a new update for your rumba. Would you like it, and it's like seventy nine point three five point five point seven. And I'm like this one adds millimeter to the side. Go ahead. Let's do this improvements to my Chromebook. Team what fatal security flaw? Did you find? And we're desperate to patch. The patch didn't work you have to repackage it. And it's so bad that the whole earth's crust would melt if it got out how bad this. I'll I'll I'll apply this patch. But we are going to have a private talk. Little miss little Mr. reminds me a little bit of Vive website where I'm like, wait. I don't like the way this little thing looks at it to push live. So what if that's the third change? I made in three hours. I appreciate the the tempt at being a perfectionist and get everything. Right. But I think this is why we talk a little more about hardware than we do software. Perfect is the enemy of good. But I see I was. I took the business insider piece with a certain grain of salt, although they are of they tend not to print total garbage. They're a very good source that doesn't mean that you have to take everything that they print as gospel. But they're very good source. It really did make me wonder if not worried but wonder like oh man after a year of not just rumors, but seeing lots of evidence that they are about to push criminal as into a brilliant new direction, the idea that if you have like an Intel I three or an I five CPU in your in your Chromebook that it will not any addition to running Lennox in addition to running Romo as an addition to running Android apps that it's about that. It's been certified for windows ten at at some point. There might be a dual boot announcement, maybe Google. All of that. Plus, my experiences on this pixel book version one got me really excited about what hardware they might announce that Google, and that's the whatever money I had taped onto the two novel Neath my desk that was ready for the pixel three that I didn't spend is now like waiting there for there's fictional version two. And they don't do they don't do something. Silly like saying we decided to make a hundred and eighty dollars version of it undercut. Hewlett Packard, like, no, no, no, no, give me the seven hundred fifty thousand dollar to two thousand dollar one where it's really really good. I'm excited about the stuff. So disappointed me that I don't know why they would pull the plug on something that they obviously have a lot of plans for but this is Google there's a graveyard behind the campus for reason. Where where lots of other things that I thought were really great and really useful. Join the land of ghosts and wins. Well, thankfully, I mean, it looks like we're going to have a great Goliath this year. So there's a lot still look forward to. Still antea. Do you wanna take us into our last item of the day on a lovely? Well, we still have doubts about about Google's commitment to wear or at least in terms of building their own reference hardware. That's another thing that I had money taped to the bottom my desk, four figuratively speaking that if they come out with a really good pixel watch. I'm ready to have a good twenty nineteen technology literally happening in my discord, by the way, which appreciate everyone for coming in and having dialogue. So that's still still news on that. They did create frustratingly enough and exciting new wearable and shipped. I'm not getting here an actual era bowl tha vice. As if to rub our nose in its say that oh, we we have the manufacturing capability we can make wearables whenever we want. We just choose Andy not to make one at a time where you're very very ready to the by one. Okay. So there is an annual big design conference in Milan Italy every year, and it is called the the so Salone del mobile or whatever that side again. I've I I know I know how my grandfather used to say words of love and courage. And I know how he used to curse when he was helped when I was helping him tend the tomato garden other than that. I don't know much talion. But yeah, so talion really big time design conference, so Google and partnership of in partnership with Mutola design decided to create an art installation. This artist nation is called a space for being. And so what happens is that? So it's. You're you walk this path through these artsy. Things main while you're you're wearing this flexible wristband, it really does look like a really really fancy pixel color sort of upscale callers, like the sort of thing, you would get if you were checked into a hospital for overnight or were like at a three day like music festival, but imagine like or imagine like a silicone watchband, but it's just the watchman and it started with sensors, and it's designed to monitor your measure, your biometric responses as you move through the exhibit. I'm going to quote here. The best story comes from. I moss who's vice-president Google for hardware design user, experience and research posting to the Google blog. He said this the exhibit built in conjunction with Mutola design ready made architecture and the international arts plus mind lab at John Hopkins University is made up of three spaces furnish. To look like rooms in a home. However, there is more than meets the eye in the overall design experience each space features are distinct look feel scent and sound complete with unique textures colors and design elements as a ten dis walk through these spaces. They'll wear a specially made wristband that measures biological responses such as heart activity, breathing rate skin temperature, skin conductivity and motion. At the end before each guest's data is deleted. This is twenty nineteen Koogle has to make sure they put that right in this casual conversation before their data is deleted. Please. Don't write a think piece about how this is totally and they'll see a visual representation of their response to each room and receive a customized Rita suggestion, which space made them feel most quote at ease unquote. This is cool. I love this. So. Much. This is this is partly. This is partly why love Google because it is so designed Centric, and I love I love this so much as this is the kind of art museum thing I would wanna go like devote a whole afternoon to go. Do I wanna see what my responses are to certain rooms? I wanna know what? My ideal like creative com. Rumors maybe it would help inform me of like how to how to create my space at home. Or or maybe it will cause artists to create like click bait upholstery and click bait art saying that we need we need. We got data that said that no one responded to this food Thanh. We got a what if we are made out of really squeaky vinyl, and it's using like green colored corn syrup like who looked there. Galvanic skin response. Shut up. They got a reaction to it. It'll get noticed. Maybe we'll get Instagram. I I. I I it's it's what made me think about think a little bit about this is that Instagram to of course. Yes. But what I liked about. It is that they there's there's some pictures of these bands. I'm guessing you don't get to keep them. I'm guessing that they wash them then then relocate them. But they're just really nice little colored bands. That have obviously, no screens. No indicators no buttons. No anything. I assume that there are they have contact excuse me. They've wireless charging Bilton you just drop it onto itchy charger or something in bulk to charge them up. And it really made me think that I don't after now that we've had. Smartwatch is for a number of years. Not just things as sophisticated as the apple watch. But also things as simple as just a fifty sixty seventy dollars Garmin band with little oh led display on it. I can kind of do without having the smartwatch display. What I really want is the heart rate monitor the motion sensor, and because I almost always have my phone on my body. When I go out what if Google to create this as a product where all it is is a sensor band that goes around your wrist that you charge it, and because it has no display to power just go under low low power, bluetooth that maybe it would charge with lasts a few days and would be really as thin as a watchband maybe just a little bit tiny bit thicker. I would still get the heart rate tracking. I still get a certain health data that's being transmit transmitted to my phone, and it would be something that I would be probably more likely to wear every day. I've got I've kind of now the my to smart watches. My apple watch and my Android wear. Watch are now sort of in a rotation. They're sort of in a in a watch pool with three other like traditional watches that I will just grab depending on my mood for the day. Or just what I happen to find. I was rushing out the door in the morning. But this if if there were like fifty or sixty dollar band that again, I didn't necessarily have to keep charged every single day and more to the point would never be distracting me with beeps and lights and buzzes that seems like a sort of thing that would keep on my right wrist all the time as the device on my left wrist keeps changing. So I hope this wasn't just a one off sort of thing. I hope this is may. Maybe I'm sure it's a precursor to something else. You know what? I mean. I I've been trying to find a picture of it on Instagram. Unfortunately, it looks like it's not it has not been Instagram'd. I'd assume that they don't allow photos or something would sort. Oh, I know that's in my browser history. Will make sure that I give it to you. So that we'll have it in the show notes. But we're about almost featureless. It's just like the sort of like. Pastel peachy colors that you associate with when Google puts color on a pixel device. It's the pink coral color, and then it's greenish or injured were all the greenish color, the -til all the basic pixel colors. I just I'm very very curious to see what the results of this will be if they're going. I mean, I know they say gas guests data's deleted. But surely there's gonna be a graph at the end that also not I'm asleep. If I could if I could ask listeners to do do me personally favor won't speak for flow. But this is all on me. If if Google the second time, I almost said apples at a Google as if Google were to create this as a product, well, let's say Google every developer gets one of these bands. And there's an API, and there's going to be like consumer level ones things. I'm going to predict that the knee jerk. Think piece from most of the commentators is going to be. The only mistake they made was they made it a wristband they should make it bigger. So you could actually wear it as a collar around your neck because that will make you completely into Google's dog. You know, censoring that make sure the leash between Google's ad tracking is pulled tighter and tighter. And then you can say, yeah, that's real clever. Andy nocco made that in a sarcastic way predicting that you'd be an idiot into a think piece using that as your motif, and that that was actually copyrighted on Thursday, April eleventh twenty nineteen and they build a feel them. It will not undo the stupid thing that they wrote. But at least they might feel a little bad about themselves. Really I thought that I was kind of pet. I actually read that allowed to my girlfriend or boyfriend 'cause I was so proud of that little that. That you're right. Maybe I'm just saying things that everybody has said all the time and reminding us of things that were all completely aware of these, AVI. Google tracking us, and maybe I'm just coming across as a really drunk and disorderly cynical college freshmen. On that note. Andy, thank you for imparting that bit of design news to us. And if you're going if you're attending actually that would be the second second on the list of favors, you can do from first on the list, if you are attending the settled down mobile, and you can distract somebody and just like pocket a couple of these and then mail to me and hollows stickers. I'll give you that's that's what I can give an ex range. I'll I'll find something in the office that I can just. But these new like a semi transparent curtains for the office. I'll I'll give you of these great. I'll I'll I'll sweeten that deal. But again, you know, I'm not asking you to steal. I'm saying that information wants to be free. I certainly want to get one of these for free. I will pay for postal. Indie. So in addition to asking people to steal for you wanna leaving. We're helping Google to publicize wonderful technology. You're right. You're right, helping Google get stuff out there. Is there anything that? You wanna leave us with before we close out the end of this podcast episode love each other love yourself. You're going to be stuck with yourself in the spotty for a long time. If you're not you're greatest ally who is going to be. Yeah. Instagram at not go and my Twitter, not go in my blog at and not go dot com. Didn't you tweet that yesterday? I thought it was a very nice tweet, by the way, you have that occurred re of something that occurred. The good thing to remind people see this is this is the end of the show. So we have we done the business of Google of the this is this is the I'll I'll read the tweet to you. And then give you the evolution of a tweet. This was like at one or something last night. There's parenting and then there's the closely related skill of self parenting. Nurture encourage and trust yourself help yourself grow. And let yourself make mistakes don't be afraid to appraise your own behavior. Truthfully, objectively above all love this special person. And I thought and I thought that was that was something that maybe some people would from time to time it also. It also was like of I started off trying to comment on how super super tempted. I will I found like a discount code for the Metropolitan Opera that so I could get orchestra tickets to production. I really really wanna see that's happening next week for fifty dollars instead of one hundred fifty dollars. And I just I had I knew that was going to be a bad idea to go to spend. It's not just fifty dollars. It's also at this point it would cost me one hundred twenty dollars or so for the MTA tickets. Plus, I would probably need to by myself dinner going to LA for something much farther. But yeah, it's like we're talking at least two hundred dollars and. I I realized that I've I've I've acquired these self parenting skills, where if I were a bad self parent. I would be saying oh, you are not dropping two hundred especially after. Okay, you saw Joyce Geeta Dina Nado when she did that recital in Boston that was seventy bucks, and you paid full price forecaster seats to see the new production at the met of Traviata that was full price plus the train fare. But that wasn't enough you need to spend two hundred dollars for the F was no, I respect. And I think I trust this this and you're not go fellow. I'm gonna let him figure this out to see. He's actually going to Amtrak to find out how much it cost, and I was thinking about it. Okay. And actually that wasn't dumb. He actually went to the website filled in the promo code and make sure at work selected a seat. But it is basic- basically, basically to make sure that if he decided to say yes that he wouldn't lose out on this deal. But no, he didn't actually. Click the payment button. Yep. And now, he's closing the tab. Okay. See I I trust. All I had to do was say, okay. So now that we figured out it's going to be at least two hundred dollars. Do you still think that you need to see it or do you think he can sit this one out? So that's but that can fit into a tweet. And also, it didn't seem when I when I post things on Instagram and Twitter. I tried not to make it I want you to think about something that I said or did today because I need attention from. I try to have thought and transmogrify into something that would be useful for an objective. Third party. Who doesn't know had any idea that you were referring to self parenting yourself about spending too much money on tickets. So you definitely definitely use that content or rather recycled content into a bit that I. Good job anti some and sometimes when I tweak things like that. Again. I'm leaving. I'm leaving posted note for myself defined when I need to say. Andy, how you said that you made that mistake, and you said out loud and alone in your office. My God, you're such an idiot. No don't do that. That's me. Don't call yourself an idiot. You made a mistake and talk before we started the podcast today. By the way. I'm I am the Mary Tyler Moore of journalism. I try to turn the world on the snake after around. No, I'm definitely going to fail. But at least people enjoy seeing twirling and throwing my hat in the air. As for me closing out this episode. I'm at Florence dot com on Twitter at oh. That flow and on Instagram at oh that flow, and I'm posting things here, and there everywhere, I don't really have. I don't really have schedule yet. But you know, springtime is here. And I'm feeling more productive, which is good. Gay. So I guess now it's just us saying goodbye, and we hope that y'all have a great rest of the week. And we really look forward to seeing you next week.

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Episode 41: Quitting is an Option

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Episode 41: Quitting is an Option

"Greetings in welcome everyone. This is chief you yeah and I WANNA give you something. Today in this podcast in his broadcast in his video cast wherever it goes out to an. I'M GONNA I wanNA give you something that I knew you need to have and I know you need to have it because I can sense it and I spoke recently about. You Know The Times that we're in in this kind of this kind of with this actual in this Truthful renewal that the world is going through right now and purge even of sorts you know and I said now is a good time to you know certain things that you've been considering doing to do them. You know while you still have the opportunity while you still have the ability. But I'm going to also say relationship to that Do some things that you need to stop doing. And this is the time to stop. And that's what I want to speak to you about This session now is the time to stop. Okay so what do I mean by that I know you know just to just to refresh for those who may not remember. United spoke about a kind of being in this. What will call downtime? Things have slowed up for most people a bit. Of course unless you you work in an industry where your Your essential skills are needed now more than ever but for the majority of of people who were in shelter in a lockdown regions things have kind of slowed up. I've been seeing a lot of complaints about boredom you know as well and People just kind of feeling like You know just very anti very restless. Maybe even a level of stress frustration. Just because they can't do the things that they would normally do and now is not an opportunity to just kind of extended duration all sort of Way of thinking or duration conception but now is really a time for us to all say okay gotta moment things cooled off a little bit some things that just are just out of my control at this point things that I may still even be worried about in this moment. Can't do anything about so. That's just what it is. I just have to you know just have to wait it out or or whatever your situation may be but it's something I wanna say to you all that I think I know you need it. And it's you gotTa stop this something. June need to stop doing right. And I'm saying that to those who need to hear it because I notice a lot of you. Who Need to hear it. I spoke recently. I did a post and I spoke about the value of thirty three or the value of three. And what that represents what it it brings forth you know in this season and of course there are things that we can build on things that we can initiate and so forth and so on and of course. Three Represents that movement of Independence. You know when you have one. Of course you have the loan integrator you have far will. What many of us would conceptualize as having a god or a deification of some sort of energy. Because it's it's prime missed the first one and then there's a suitable mate that's created with the two because one should be alone and then after the two that comes with three in three now does not have a bond pairing Mike One and to have the you know. Of course the three make trinity or make a cycle but the three is to itself now so it has the opportunity to now ventured into its own thing. If you can pitchers almost like a child sometimes you may have a yard even just a space and you may be in the kitchen or the living room with your spouse in watching a movie or engage in some kind of grownup conversation. And your child is. It's been in the backyard playing for an hour. Just playing with worms and looking at dirt talking to ants. You know looking at the birds or they may just be room reading a book. But they're off on their own explorative journey and they don't necessarily have the Meeting obligation of a pair right. So that Three Represents that breaking away if you will The reclaiming of your freedom. Well this is an important thing that a lot of you need right now and you need to not only listen to it. You need to apply it in a railway unions. Apply it in a real real real way. It's time to let go. It's time to let go. Now what do you need to let go all of the things that you iffy about all of the things that you're unsure about? It's time to let those things go. Okay you know. You know the way. I teach a lot of times. I don't just say do this but sometimes A message or revelation comes through so clear and so distinct that it has to be delivered in the you need to do this type of manner Like I said we're in a time where you have the option in the possibility to launch out into many great things and you know Catch up if you will and all the things that you've wanted to do but you also have the option now to look at all the things you've been doing that your heart isn't in that you just don't really have a love for but you're doing it for reasons a lot of times based on your humanity which. I'll address in just a moment. This is the time now. Am I want certain populations to listen to me very intensely one of which being My my entrepreneurs any other ones being those who are really natural introverts but push beyond it okay A lot of us. We are engaged in certain business practices that or certain business formats in strategies in arrangements. That don't necessarily speak to where. We are spiritually intellectually culturally and emotionally anymore. Which are hard is really. Just not their remember. Your heart cradles to seat is the Okon the Okon cradles the Ori. Orr the consciousness of the head or the connection to to the Creator to the most time so a lot of us are engaged in certain work that maybe even on on its own is honorable work and it's it's very difficult for us to pull away from it also because he may see that it's serving certain populations in a certain way or it's bringing dignity to our name dignity to what we are able to put our hands too so as a result it's like well. I don't WANNA I don't WanNa give this up. You don't WanNa stop doing this because of what it means for me and you know what it means for other people in this season of purging and renewal you having. You're getting an opportunity to look at everything you've been doing and do something else you know. I've hit rock bottom more than one time more. That more than I can count you know like looking to sofa cushions for change. Then use all the chain in Sofa cushions. You know Just Wednesday everything that I've done to accumulate wealth. But there's been times again. Mojo wasn't working and I and I had to fall back and then come back again for that comeback for and that's a part of development as a young man or as a woman sometimes where you kinda learning you're you're grooving getting your stride on what works for you and what doesn't work for you but also you're going through Going through experiences. Where like I said before a first half your life you pretty much living for the world and in your second half you can opportunity to live for your soul so sometimes when you living for the world. You're doing a lot of things that don't necessarily bring the greatest fortune to you. At least sustained fortune fortune continual fortune. Because your heart ain't in it right so you're Kinda always winding back and forth between what's GonNa work and what doesn't work you see So I've been there before in one of the beautiful things at rock-bottom bottom has done for me. Every time it's occurred is that it's allowed me to reassess to make certain course corrections or to re address. What is it that I'm really doing? And if I get this thing back for that bad or if I go to Let's say I never really had anything repossessed but you know I I've been in situations where like I had a car like I had a car. Towed remember a one time when. I was very young and I got to a moment. I went to so much headache with this with getting the car back. It was actually the police who stole it and a they went to auction at a police auction and then it is a whole long story. Cop ended up buying it. But I remember when I found out you know Stolen report sending everything calling regularly north. That will notice that they one day. One of my eldest. What happened to your car now? Like they never recovered so give me the phone number. Let me I'm just curious. Let me call. I'm curious he called. Oh Yeah we have that will auction in that in two days right So I had to pay some some day. Charged me for like recovering it. The storage everything paid all this money. Then when I went to go get it. They came up with this other fee and I remember it was it was it was maybe fifteen hundred dollars. And at the time I had just finished paying. semester's tuition and I used to pay my tuition and cash. That just finished payment to wishing Then this happened and then they were like. Oh you gotta give us an I and I just kind of look at the person behind the I never forget. I waited on his long long long line. I had to go to. This building goes to that bill and I just looked and I said you know what keep it right. The call was worth more than what they were asking for. But I got to a point where I just said. I don't WanNa go. This is not what I wanNA do anymore and when I thought the car was gone and I had to take the bus in the train and you know I did what I needed to do and I was okay. It didn't it didn't kill me not the time. Can you imagine I was I that's I owned a barber shop. I was taking a Was a fulltime student in college and I was working to other jobs on top of the barber shop at owning the barber shop. You know I'm I'm never sleeping. You know when I used to sleep. It will be on the train prior to that. I'd sleep in my car and then you know so I was. You know. Just go home shower and change my clothes and go to the next thing so but I made it work somehow Made it work right so sometimes when you get through those really desperate situations you you get to a point where you recognize that you're able to function with in which you don't really need to function right and this is a time for us all to. Kinda take a look at some of the activities of our day The activities of life and make decisions some of us are wrapped up in businesses. That we don't love anymore. We haven't loved it for a Long Time. And because we're around certain people who maybe have not achieved the level of Advancement that we have in progression. We can't really talk to them. We can't really tell them I'm tired of doing it or my hardest and then this or I'm sick of of even maybe the way I'm doing the business. Maybe things that I'm I'm presenting. I can't tell you how many pastors and Bishops I counsel and that has been shared with me over twenty years going back. How many passes? I've sat across in have said you know I don't believe some of the stuff anymore. You know some of this stuff. I don't you know I've been studying this other stuff in this. I'm I'm still preaching and I'm still doing what have to do but I don't. My heart isn't in it. Yes a common thing but you also know like what? I'm doing something good. I'm helping people. There's so many people who depend on me and so forth and so on but my heart is in it So what does that mean? Well that means my soul isn't directing towards it you know and this is a season now to really searches self whether it comes to business but also relationships even your your current goals said in the ask yourself is time quick. You know. There's nothing wrong with walking away from a bad investment. You know we. We have this the stigma. That's put on the idea of quitting. But you know a prudent Business Person Prudent Person. Who's involved in free? Enterprise knows that there is a time to walk away and you know we were given an opportunity now to jump out of the jump off the ports like there's a term we use but will give opportunity to jump off the porch differently. You know people are very short attention. Span. You'd be surprised especially Melanin. Rich people were not a pit people in memory this little time of of locking in shutting in however long misconduct couple months six months seven months eight months. You could emerge something completely different. People wouldn't even be switching up on us. He would just be happy to be outside. You know so it and you can use these things as an excuse right I remember. GonNa have my first child. Pregnancy was my excuse for everything everybody wanted to borrow. Money wanted to kick it with me. Why you didn't call me back. The they got to see coming. Hey My seat. Hey my seeds you know I could when I bought my first home saying hey man you know a lot of work you know having House. Ma'am you know so. I was able to use all of those different capitalize on all those different opportunities. Maybe be a little cowardly. You know so that you're saying straight up. I didn't call you back. Don't talk about nothing but You can use this situation as an opportunity to really look at the things that you invested in now and ask yourself. Do I really want to be doing this? Do I want another three years? Five years. Ten Years Fifteen twenty years to do this and let me speak to those two. Who are you know around that forty forty year mar? There's a possibility. There's a possibility that you have more life behind you than you have in front of you. So as a result you need to really think about how is it that you want to spend the rest of it you know especially again if you've given so much to the world already like everyone said? I should do this. I should always be this. I should do that or I'd be graded doing so I did. I did this. I did that and I did that did that now. I have the opportunity to do with. I wanted and it may look funny. It may not look right But this is where my soul is calling in leading and I really want to answer the call. Finally this call that. I've been ignoring so many. So many people have the opportunity to do that. And don't even know it and we have to start really looking at the things in our lives that are not Sure solid that we can really build the rudiments of foundations on and A and That also goes to Relationships this is season now people iffy. If you have people in your life who when you call them you message them. They take four five days to get back to you. You know yes. I'm one of those people. I do that to a lot of people I I would expect it after that I'll be on people strike out list as well But you know you have people but but maybe because I'm not if he would just know. My my message at etiquette is very poor. But I'm always like I show up you know but anyway I'm not trying to not advertisement from own loyalty or friendship but People who you do question the loyalty you know every time you trying to accomplish something in life or if you have a a A rough spot that you're going through if there are people in your world is like man. I can't even tell this person about it. I can't even talk to this person to talk to that person because not only are they not mature enough to answer. What is that? I'm going but I don't even know they even care and I might feel lou silly putting it up? I don't WanNa say I'm going through this. Go through a fifteen minute explanation of everything that's breaking down in my life and in the person just says while that's my stuff you know Or if I'm texting like. Omg Or Just something where they're showing. They're really not trying to sympathetically connect with where I am where it is that I'm going and what I'm going through an where I'm going as a result so you got people like that in your world. Now's the time to to scare them. Get rid of them. Tighten up the circle. And I know that's GonNa be a rough for you a lot of you but people who you know sometimes communicate with and it's always like a late in disrespect or you're always kinda like tolerating them you know as opposed to accepting them because maybe what they do is unacceptable so you just tend to tolerate them a lot Cottam discount them. Short man now is the time for you to create some delineating boundaries. Now between where it is it you're seeking to be in life and what you've currently been historically invested in and life and you know this twenty twenty gateway that we're going through this balance being able to see ourselves clearly and see you know with that that first division which I spoke about what the number three number three means to see you know what it translates the race to the letter C. You know and To be able to see what are we seeing with right and then we have. Of course the idea of twenty twenty and there's a gateway in as a balancing and that but also the four-car response to light or we can correspond to the four words of the four cabalistic worlds. You know how we're processing different things to our physical emotional spiritual bodies and things like that so we have been. We have an opportunity now to. Kinda take a strong look and say you know what I ain't doing this anymore and no matter how humbly I need to begin with that because we're in a place right now with the playing field is being leveled you know and if you don't want to be rich anymore it's fine if you say you know what now. I want to be wealthy. I don't WANNA BE RICH. And let me define wealth by my community sanded. Now's a good time to do that. if you decide you know what? I don't like where I live of never liked where I live. I don't even like going outside where I live. I don't even WANNA take a walk. Take a jog around my own neighborhood. I go all the way to the gym just to just to run. Because I don't like where I live now is an opportunity to say you know what no more if you have like. I said individuals. Where can you tell you message? Asthma question does nothing going on upstairs. Or You could tell they really. Just don't care about what you're talking about or care about you and you're pretty much only present for them anytime they reach out to you to ask you for something even vicious a question because they're too lazy to do the research themselves or whatever it is you know. Don't Simone stuff but cut them cut them short. Don't worry about it. This whole existence is a Hologram. Anyway you know we are. We are spirit wrapped in flesh. The veracity of what we truly are a spirit you see. That's the actuality in the certainty of what we are. Don't be so attached to this this material or to your material belongings like your body and things like that we. You're you're unwilling and unable to be without them because this whole experience in this whole crisis that's like the first thing in the primary thing we've had to come to grips with some things. I'M NOT GONNA be able to be with some things are going to be beyond me are GonNa leave me. You know so I will tell you right now. We're in the season. We're in a time where you know whether it's a business whether it's a religion. Hey if you've been in a spiritual system and you've given it your everything notice. I said you're everything not that you've been pussyfooting around with it and then wondering why this doesn't happen or you coming into it with the wrong You know objectives in the wrong targets. I want this. I want you to give me this. Give me give me that But if you're in a system where it's iffy leave it. Do you know I'll give you a lot of people talk to me a lot of times? They're in different ways and different experiences and always eighteenth the way you break down. You know indigenous scientists in research in African religions and the like are grow so much you know when I speak to my Baba speak to my Like I don't really get that will be. I never say this but in the back of my mom always like. Why are you still there? I don't say it though because I don't ever WanNa put anyone in that awkward kind of situation or Seem like I'm trying to take people's students godchildren. I never do that but I usually say something like well. You know we get different things from different people and some people were are great at establishing community and family. His some people great teaching. But it doesn't mean that they have both You know that that it's not exclusive like you know so. I might be a good teacher but I may be horrible as a godfather right so I'll just say that I'll just throw myself onto the plus a little bit just to kind of you know smooth equalize things out a little bit. But now's the season's just stop if it's not stopping if you if you if you don't trust the people that you're under get on to some other people and again this is for people who have given their all not for those of you who you're an assist them and somebody said something to your way that you don't like or somebody gets on your case because you're not doing what you're supposed to do and you don't like how it makes you feel so you. WanNa get out of there or because you haven't intellectually process the value of that system that that that's not the same thing as what I'm saying right now so I would just say that's interesting so I would you say you know again what you WanNa really do. Kinda put yourself in a position now where you can lean back for second because the situation is obviously require all of us to lean back just for a moment and really look and say okay. What is working? What is not working. What can I do and what can I get rid of you know if I have? I been studying certain spiritual systems or going to a certain religion. You know religious institution all the time. It is not working. Stop it because now that the judgment is here. You know your intellect Hasta spring forth as a result of everything that's been poured into you. There's no more excuses you know if you if you live with your family and you don't Loyalty is in question if there's always like subtle disrespect or Again you can't open up to you. Can't talk to cut him move away from him and that means you don't speak to them for a couple of years you know speaking of copy. There's not that big a deal a lot of times. We think we need things as we get older. We don't really need because we have a memory and a history and our history is to is our greatest enemy because you're history causes you to really invest in a line emulate the human identity in the human ego. And you forget that there's a spiritual ego in a spiritual identity that's being built at the same time and there comes a time when you have to beliefs and let go of the Human Ego Announced from you to take the spiritual ego right so it's almost like a hand off but a lot of times we wanNA bring you know we don't send it. There's a middle point where you'll have some of this present in some of that present but it's like the heart shock once you get past it you know. Yeah from here in here in here. It's still chiefs head. You know your head but it's it's it's a whole different reality right so you don't you know you're you're relinquishing things with some. Some residues will still be present and a lot of times. We're so afraid to do that because we spent so much time. Exalting ourselves within our human ego that the idea of letting go relinquishing it. It's too it's too frightening and that has to end. We're in a season in this experiences as our our time to you see. It's just let it go if you if fever is if loyalties by by Some of you have had that experience within the new ministries. You know you notice that. Have some of you who have like chief. I'm trying to another. I will go in. See how that works out for you. I'm quick to to to other people out the door. So quit was shocking. Whether it's in my ministry whether to my personal life. I never asked anybody to stay or think about this by because if you that stupid to leave I don't want you around anyway. You know if I know what I'm doing is of paramount importance importance in. We're waking up and you might be listening to someone who in your time of need and your time of hurt can't do anything for you. And the fruits of their experience in their life. Don't even show any good sense. It doesn't even show. That is any any brill intelligence based on their life. Looks like but you'll when I'M GONNA go study with this when it gets into shielded by all right cool all right. Good luck now. Everything works out entrust me up. I locked doors behind. People act like the doors it's not a revolving door you know. I spoke to someone not too long ago like that. She was saying something. Kinda funny. You know funny quizzical not funny. You know humorous and she said well you know. Maybe we'll talk again. I said Oh no no we never gonNA talk again and see what you mean. I said Oh this this last time. We'll speak with never speaking again. She me I mean I said I don't really make time in my world to to keep going back and forth with People WanNa tell you something. I tell you what it is if you bought back against that. That's it for me. This is the season for five million chances. If you still that sleep and you wanna be that sleep. And you're trying to squeeze the last trips of consciousness out of every single experience we don't exist then you're a danger to me and my community so just one other talk again you know and it's okay. It's okay you know so We're in a season now. This is the cutoff you know this. This is like the last call at the bar. The Oh it's the final call you know where it's hey. Where do I want to be what I WANNA do? Unless not bend and twist on any of that. Let's make a move on what it's supposed to be enacted at right so again that goes through your businesses relations if you question anyone's loyalty or if you question if your if your vocation is leaning towards the the great path in the Solomon in the Hallo path back over or returning to your Creator if you question if it's doing that over tendering net get rid of it because it's better to have nothing is better to have nothing than to have something. That's an obstacle that's just the plain truth of it and everything's changing now in everything that we thought was great. Great things to have in great items and articles to add to the journey in the luxury the splendor of our lives. Those things are being taken away people who are people who stolen right now. I don't even have access to those lands. They can't even go to the places that they study at staying in houses. You know so a lot of the things that we've built up through this human ego. We've felt are Of the most important than we cannot do without. Now's the time for us to quietly at least slip away from them. We have to me. No big declaration. No go on. Social media arm decided quietly. Just start cutting cutting them old pitchers that you had people that you still looking fellas those videos that you've had a women you know what you do with. Dalil make room for some new nasty twit. Some new ones but make room for the next one you know. Maybe they're different ones. Maybe there's something else that will drive you now. You know but everyone now needs to give themselves an opportunity to start fresher renew at the same time that the earth is renewing you know as as the surfaces renewing as a result and there are people who are you know shedding away like fred the Godson transition now from this experience you know but as people shouting away. Now it's an opportunity for your new identity to rise above the deluge of pain curses plagues. That here you know. So grasp onto that spiritual identity. Dad's Because you remember. It's the law of correspondence as above so below as you're building a human identity you building a a spiritual identity so now is truly the time we say you know what I'm GonNa. I'm going to explore this a little bit more because I'm boycotting and ignoring this other identity you know for the exultation in the beauty and the glory of or the or the gorgeous not so much beauty but the gorgeous of this lower identity so it doesn't matter what it is. Don't be afraid to let it go see. That's the beauty of a child. That's like you. Sometimes you hear me speak about baby shine and how that child since as I say. Bb Jesus to help people out But it's quite to the world. It's quite because it's taking in. It doesn't have a response to everything you know why because it doesn't have a history and it's our history that gives us the sense of identity in response you know That's why you think about when you're engaged in your most precious work when you're gauging your most precious precious work mess everything up everything you know. I remember Times being in the studio when I was younger and this one I had to shop to And working on music with different artists and not opening up to shop till like four PM. I'd be in the studio from the night before. Maybe eight nine o'clock at night work all through the night and the studio and then worked into the next day just no sense of time right then come outside like whoa yielded. Does the sun hurt your eyes and everything all men on you know then? Everyone's calling you like your. I'm trying to get my cut. You're and you're like no. I WanNa do this and do that because my heart is in doing that for money. My heart is is here. I would do this for Free. In fact lots of you know But it was okay. You know so dizzy time now. Will we look at those things but what I do for free? What messes up the and the ritual when in and the arrangement and formation of my current life and that life deaths based on fulfilling worldly obligations. What GETS IN THE WAY. It may be walking in. Nature may be playing Wichita. It may be just joking around with children. Are you know things like that? And I'm not talking about the things that are destroying. You like social media you know. I'm speaking about the things that again. That are so precious to you. That when you go into that zone and you go into that speer your in the presence of the Creator and you know you in the presence of the creative because time disappears you lose track of time space might even disappear. You could be sitting in a chair you know. I remember when I used to write. I had a friend come over one day. He said something that was so like I was kind of funny but I was in A. I had this extra bedroom I see used for writing. This is going back into the nineties and I was writing and doing some work and He came in. He came over my my my women at the time. Let him in and he came in. The door was like Yo. It's hot is no AC in here like it was burning. It was like one of the one hundred degree days. You know he was like Yo and I'm just sitting there you know mind wed and like you know a tank top oranges sweating and just right but not even thinking about it and he was like. Yo come outside man. You don't like like like like like something mentally wrong with me. He was like you know she told you in his in this room like since like all day. You haven't even come out for anything. Mom I'm working. You know like I'm flowing zone so what happened. What happens in those moments is that I'm I've now destroyed time and space so I'm not thinking about how hard it is or and I all the windows close to you. Know you're GONNA have the windows open ahead. You know being like the windows closed hot in this and that and you know I don't care about time. I don't care about space. So you think about the relationships with the people that you have like that who when you're around them that occurs and the people who it's when you're around them you're forcing exchange because the chemistry is not the in a in a true honest spiritual extremes. Just isn't there. And I notice maybe rougher some of you who may be in the grips of relationships. You know you might be asking yourself like yeah when I'm with my my Person having an affair with like it just goes by tonight goes by like that even back home with my husband you know over. My wife is his drudgery Saddam not speaking about necessarily. You'll maybe I am. I don't know you know I would never advocate anyone having an affair but or betraying the fidelity of a contract but I would say that now is definitely the time to pay close attention to the relationships that you're having with people and if bringing you to a divine space or if they're taking you away from it and again. This has nothing to do with feelings high so that whole a lot of times. I don't talk to make me feel good and his person does make me feel good. People who were making you feel good. Are The people who are dragging you down to the bottom of the ocean and they're on the way you don't have the critical thinking to to ask yourself who what is their life. Look you know why. Why are they now so much more important than a person who's not dragging me owes person whose life looks a little better and M. I. Rebelling Against that out of jealousy maybe you know or frustration with myself? So this is the time now. Will you ask yourself those type of questions and you really get to Kinda see if You need to let some of this stuff go all right so I just wanted to share that as I speak about augmenting taking this time to augment your life it's a building destroy reality. You know As you building things in stepping out into areas that maybe you want to also look at what's not worth and some of the rhetoric that we've been kind of a perch waiting even around the the conscious groups that we know doesn't work you know Some of the things that we talk about as it as it pertains to bureaucracy and and the galaxies and you can do just in this. Just do this and do that. Think about things that people are selling a good time for that to a lot of times at thank things that a lot of things that people are selling that they're marketing to you as being in life or death our garbage. I have a book coming out and it should be fine tuning it should be. It should be out in about another. Maybe seven eight days. It's going to be a digital book and A lot of labor has gone into it that I've put into a lot of labor and a Lotta love but a lot of labor Snot an extremely long book. You know I like to give you. That's not too too much to read but it's free. I'm giving book for free. And the reason giving away the book for free to be on on life global website. It'd be on my wife. My website chief Dot Com and wherever else it's appropriate to put it but It's a book you have to have. Plain and simple is a book. You have to have so. I can't sell it. I can't tell you something that you have to have you know not like not at not at a perilous time some things I can. Yes sure if you you know if you needed shovels and you're goal minor. I don't have problems telling you shovel. You don't mean something like that or you want to scuba dies scuba dive and you know outside the takes and stuff like that but where at a time now for all these people have all this great insight and information if they truly care about the people they should they should just give it away there are. There are things that we still have to make a living. We gotTA feed ourselves. We feed our families obviously of course. But there's a thing called tides ends thing called offerings and you tides. Go through the poor right now. Block people poor so it's easy to now it's so easy you know entire tenth tip. It means ten percent. Ten attend type doesn't go to church ties not for the church. That's that's a lie it's BS tides. Go to four right so this work that I have coming out. We'll it's it's a work that it's part of a series where teaches you how to be an? I knew how to get started. The Do's and don'ts how do we eat? How do we deal with money? How do we deal with family? How do we do with courtships? How do we deal with naming names you know? Do we have special names? What is on new data? That's what it is because there's so many people who come to me regularly and say Chief. I have no direction. Where do I start? Where do I begin? And of course we bring them into the ministry but you know ministry call in that that that that our intake is once per year. Now slimmed down to once per year and we just Kinda. We just finalized Literally Literally Today. We just finalized people who were going to bring into this next cohort but they were. It was Red Red Marker Anna for barriers reasons. Right so this work will be open to everyone right because everyone needs it whether you have the ears to hear in N. obeyed or not right. If you don't then that's on you but We're in a time now like again like I said You. GotTa look at what's working and this is not a time on. I have to be honest for a whole lot of philosophy is not as much as I love the abstract and I love the esoteric. I love dealing with Meta cognition metaphysics. Busy time where you just have to say. Listen put this on. Take that off today. You know there's a time when we need that especially And sometimes when we're making these decisions about who to keep in life what businesses to keep away activities to keep were not in our best state and that's A. That's a huge problem. You know we're not in our best state so we're making decisions without our our our our all of our minds and coalition with with one another you know. So that's that's why you'd read some holy books in the talks about before you pray. Go forgive your brother right. So it's it's cleanse your heart of any heaviness of anything that would lock you into your human emotions or your lower chocolates. Do that before you commune with your source or with your originator of you being right so I just wanted to share that you know and again like I said that work will be are pretty soon and is no upsell not free for a limited time you know or the other things I say free with your purchase of its dishes free free and is for is for those of you who want to become a new but they'll not in our share. Some more information on later is not just another d. It's not one of those and if you WanNa do that and be that go ahead be my guest. Go ahead and continue to mess yourself up but at some point. You gotta realize that constant hoarding of information. It creates more problems because once you know you now judged by different standards so mike says be not just. Here's the word do it like you? GotTa do it. Faith without works is dead. You gotta put the work in so My goal is to empower you to put the work in and for some of us. We have to make some cuts I and some of those cuts are even in our religions. You know what I've been this. I grew up this all the time. It doesn't work is never worked. You know or on been feeling is or maybe I initiated into e Phi. And it's not working for me. You know something has changed and maybe I don't have an instructor that can guide me into that. That that that change. Maybe I don't have a agenda Hussein year within with far but this is where it's growing and morphing into based on what's going on nothing stays the same everything changes you know what I mean. And some people are stuck in in very classical an antique ways of appearing at things and doing things and sometimes it's because them not changing or taking out the time to learn to change or trying to tune into. It doesn't do anything for them is only for your benefit and they don't care enough about you to find out is sometimes when you're young in your single and you talk to older people about. I WANNA made I wanna be with someone and then like you know what you just need to wait goddess in you somewhere. You just need to wait. Meanwhile you're going home to use but you're gonna go home and lay in the bed with something more. You see why you told me to wait for fifteen years as opposed to saying let me. We've got a family reunion coming. Let me look at some of my nephews and my cousins on my nieces and you know and and maybe I can find you somebody. 'cause I know what it's like to be lonely. Nobody wants to be lonely but sometimes you have these elders who don't care honestly it just don't care because I got mine I got mine. You know you can get your though. Well you know and but I realize the different Time Yeah. Back in the sixties and seventies it was easy to get your life was simpler. It was easier to get yours in. It is and twenty. Twenty is much harder now when you have all of these. Different distractions and people are receiving Attention of demise you know unhealthy attention from so many different places that it's it's it's not just about we'll go introduce yourself when you social media and somebody's got you know. The inbox is full of fifty people. Or this and that and they got sixty people introducing themselves to the to them every day. These walls that put between our ability to join ourselves in link ourselves with one another so things have changed so we have to be able to adapt our mission in our purpose in order to still fulfil our vision in the midst of that of that change right so again like I said part of what you're going to need right now in order to come with us to the next place is you're going to have to let some things go. You're going to have to let some people go and like I said that their loyalties question let him go. If it's not bringing you closer to your divinity let it go all right just let it go. Just beat it. Gillis don't even think about it twice because let your mission your personal mission. You're familiar mission your community mission. You're clans mission you nations mission. Let that be reflective of the purpose that's been implanted in all of us to rise back up and if what you're doing and what you've branded yourself with meaning what you do the most of is not taking you to that place let now is now the time right now because hey. I'll let some things go man and I've been having so many people contact me like Yo you deduct just in time. How'd you know what happened? How did he? Oh details that some of the moves made in the market the stock market right on time right willing to let go sensitive to the size of the time but it's not over. It's going to be other things you learn to let go for some. It's food addiction for some people addiction for some sex addiction. It's porn addictions. It's all kinds of different things that you're going to have to learn to can have them anymore. It's taking me away. And that's literally going to kill me literally if I keep communicating with this person. If I keep giving my allegiance to this guy this guy I keep giving my allegiance to this God or this person or this vocation is literally going to kill me when rugged time right now rugged time ask what's going on all right so the chiefs and again those of you who signed up for the ministry and applied whether you know you didn't make it in for this run or you're gonNA make it in or you did you`ll. You'll get a notification and I wanNA thank all of you who are reached out especially those of you who reached out and expressed how you wanted to add onto the work. Not just what you wanted to receive but how you wanted to add on Men and women alike and for those of you who've been steadfast and you know not succumb to the nonsense because when you're putting something this of great value is always gremlins close by is always going to be nonsense and you know for someone like me Jack. Now I'm looking to see how people respond to the nonsense. Where do you loyalties lie? Where do you convictions line? And for those who who If he about who are lukewarm by over there over there this is not the time for it. Because you're going to get you'RE GONNA get people hurt I so that has been our segment. Thank you so much This achieve and I won't say stay SAFE FOR ANYTHING BECAUSE WE'RE NOT IN A safe time. Just be wise. Be PRUDENT KEEP studying. This is your time to expand this. Expand your mind Establish that kingdom and don't be afraid to give put out all human identity new. Us say take take take. I'M GONNA be over here in. It could be quiet. Y'All still want to celebrate that you can celebrate that for as long as you wish still celebrating Michael Jackson in two parking and Bob Marley in Marcus Garvey and Malcolm X and Martin Luther King. Elijah Muhammad List goes on and on. We'RE GONNA celebrate Dr Africa for another forever. Friday Godson Dr CB. We're we're going to take all that but do you really think those individuals where they are now the round where they are now that there's still that so they quietly hit. Y'All take that God is yours. You have it. I don't need it where I'm going so this human identity in personality and character that you formed. Ask yourself what parts of it you need and look around. Your Circle. Who Do I need? What do I need because now the time for the cuts all right everyone be well be peaceful and be wide chief you off piece.

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304 - Who Are You?

Tiny Leaps, Big Changes

14:44 min | 2 years ago

304 - Who Are You?

"One of my big goals with tiny leap is to make personal development, more practical. There's this gap between what we know we should do and our -bility to actually do it pretty much everything I do. It's all an attempt to help you bridge that gap and actually do more of the things that will help you create the life you've always wanted. But something I recognize in order to truly start making change, people need support. It's just too dang difficult to go it alone to deal with the countless things you already have on your plate while also trying to keep yourself accountable and focused on your bigger life goals. And that's why I created the lab. The lab is a monthly mastermind and community focused on bridging the gap between what we know we should do in our willingness to actually do it each month. We feature live masterclasses with experts on various topics like weight loss, personal finance, relationships, entrepreneurship behavior modification pretty much. Anything you can think of that would affect your ability to actually take action. We're going to cover. Additionally, each month, we focused on a new challenge that is set up to get you taking action immediately to learn more head over to WWW dot tiny leaps lab dot com, where you'll see the full range of perks for being a member that's WWW dot, tiny leaps lab dot com. Tiny leaps lab dot com. In this episode, I wanna talk about you and your identity and sort of how you identify yourself strap in because this is tiny leaps, big chain. Welcome to another episode of tiny leaps, big changes, washer, simple strategies you can use to get more out of your life. My name is Greg cleanness and Indus episode. I want to take things in sort of a different direction. The goal of this episode is not to give you a specific strategy or tactic. It's more to sort of. Help you think a little bit differently help you sort of shift the way you think about yourself and what that can mean for your personal development for your ability to grow and change and become the person you need to be. So let's talk about identity. Most of us identify ourselves as something we sort of have this mental image of who we are and that is good. Honestly, we kind of need that we build these identities so that we know who we should be spending time with. We know what sort of fits into our world and what doesn't. It's very similar to the concept of sort of living inside your bubble like that is what an identity is dentist by as this thing, and therefore all of the available options of that thing are available to us. But if we do not identify as this other thing than the available options of that other thing aren't available to us, it's a very. Simplistic way of sort of filtering what we should be doing in most situations that helps us to make decisions faster. And quite frankly, evolutionary, it makes a lot of sense. It's something that we had to develop in order to whether it's make quick decisions on the fly or decide which which which tribe to be a part of or decide who is friend and who is enemy. We had to sort of developed this concept of identity in order to survive. And so it makes sense that it shows up in our daily lives now. But here's what I want to question who exactly are you. I'm serious. Who are you now? You might say, oh, I'm Josh, or I'm Sarah, or I'm Bobby ORR. I'm Ricky or Jennifer. Whatever your name is, you might say, well, I'm this and that identity that that name that you've attached to yourself that way that you identify yourself mean something to you and maybe means something to other people. And so that's how you sort of define yourself. But when I ask you, who are you, here's what I want you to realize you are a different Jennifer. With every single person you meet, you are a different version of yourself with your mother. Then you are with your best friends. You are a different version of yourself with your teachers than you are your parents. You are a different version of yourself at work than you are with your spouse. You are a different person based on the scenario that you find yourself in. That's fascinating, right? Because what that means that there is no static me, there is no static you, there is no such thing as identity. We shifted that identity based on what the world needs based on the situation. We find ourselves in an what is acceptable socially based on based on the rules of society. We switch the version of us based on everything around us and everything going on in the people that we are around and the things we consume. And by the way that version of us, the thing that we think. Is that shifts constantly as we age as we consume different things as we become better different, better people or worse people or whatever it is. That identity shifts regularly. So what does all this mean? How do we use this? What does the practicality behind this while I'm going to talk about that in a second? But first today's sponsor is babble the number one selling language learning app in the world. I took French all throughout middle school in high school and then two years of it in college. That's eight whole years of French studies. But regardless of all of that, regardless of all the studying of of the hours spent hours of my life gone. By the way, I'm really only able to say nothing more than Bonjour or willow tau, which for those who don't know means whereas the hospital, that was a French phrase that I felt might be necessary that time that I visited France. So I just wanted to make sure I had that. You know what I mean? It's sad though, right? Eight years of studies and I walk away with just those two phrases, just those two things that's not that helpful. So much time spent drilling. Grammar, memorizing vocab, doing everything I can to to learn this to become efficient proficient in this language and still nothing, but that's not going to happen with Babel. Babbel's lessons are designed to get you speaking confidently in your new language and actually remember what you learned. You'll get ready for all kinds of practical situations like chatting with new friends, ordering food, asking for directions, and of course asking for directions to the hospital, should you ever need to do? So we eloped tally, you know what I mean? My French teacher used to say back in middle school in high school that without focusing on speaking the language, we were always going to struggle. And unfortunately in those classes, they were just too short and didn't have enough resources for us to really dive into speaking. And so we ended up just drilling grammar and vocab and familiarizing ourselves with things so that maybe we could read a sign, but we would never really be able to have a conversation. And that's why Babbel has designed their programs to get you speaking as quickly as possible. And each lesson is only ten to fifteen minutes and get this. It's a veil everywhere. It's on your mobile. It's on your fa- your computer. It's wherever you consume things. It is there and all of your progress translates over. So it's obviously worth. It's a really, really cool app and you can try it for free. You can try babble for free. Just go to babble dot com or download the app and try it for free. That's Babbel b. a. b. b. e. l. dot com or download the app on either of the stores and just give it a shot. It's one hundred percent free you will. You will see whether or not it works for you. And then from there you can decide what to do that's babble dot com or download the app and give it a shot. So what does this mean? Well, first of all, if I were identified is not fixed, then that means that we can change it as we need to write. And we already do that. We're, we're maybe not aware that. We're doing it, but we do that. We change it based on who wear around. We change it based on the context that we're in. We are different version of ourselves based on what the world needs from us. So if that's the case, could we not choose to be the version of ourselves that we need? If we're trying to lose weight, could we not choose to be the version of ourselves that eats healthy that goes to the gym that takes the time to consider what they're putting into their body? If we're trying to make more money, could we not be the version of ourselves that acts as though they make more money, meaning they are pushing for the promotion, they are working their tail off. They're building a side hustle, they're, they're building a business, whatever it is. Could we not just pretend to be that person. Because if we can, if we can shift our identity based on whether or not we're having a conversation with our mother versus our boyfriend, if we can shift or identity based on whether or not we are having dinner with co workers versus our family, why can't we shift our identity based on the goal that we have set for ourselves? Why can't we start to identify as the type of person who does x. who loses weight who makes more money, who gets the promotion? Who starts a business? Who starts a podcast, who who does whatever it is? Why can't we shift our identity purposefully? I think we can. I think it is something that is within our power. And that's really what the purpose of this episode was was to help you recognize that this is a decision that you can make. This is a conscious choice that you can make. It's happening on consciously right now you're shifting just sort of based on where you're at. But you can choose to shift. You can choose to become that person even if you just have to pretend even if you just have to act, you can choose to be that person that you need that the future you needs that the current you needs that the past, you needs. Instead of just shifting for other people. And that my friends is how we start to change our identity because once you are able to make that shift and you were doing it more often, you are acting like that version of yourself. Eventually, it starts to stick because you're taking the actions and that's how you bridge the gap. That's how you go from, hey, I know what to do to. I'm actually doing it is by identifying as the type of person who does it. And so instead of waiting for yourself to identify just make it up, just just shift your the way you think about yourself. Just just become that person that you need stop becoming, what everyone else needs. And I know there's going to be the counter to this episode. I'm, I'm going to get a ton of tweets and a ton of Instagram messages from people that are like, oh, no, I'm exactly me. I, I don't switch for anybody. I, I am who I am. And that's just not true. Even if you don't realize that it's just not true society demands a different version of yourself than you are when you are alone, that shift alone. Is what allows us to to to live together to work together to to be around each other. The willingness to comply by societal norms is what allows us to be a society. Now, does that mean that we always should absolutely not? Does that mean that we should squash are differences? Absolutely. Not not making those arguments. But if you think that you are the same person all the time, then you are wrong and you really need to spend some time looking at yourself. And so the purpose of this episode is to help you realize that you are shifting your identity regardless. It's already happening so you might as well be the person that you need so that you can start to identify that type of person and therefore take the actions which will actually lead to you being that person. So I hope this was helpful on this show on the podcasts on my book on on any videos are release. Everything I try to do is to help you bridge the gap between what you know you should be doing and you actually doing it and that's what the lab is about. So if you have any interest in joining head over to tiny leaps lab dot com, the goal of the lab is to help give you the knowledge, the resources, and more importantly, the push, the accountability, the community that you need to actually do stuff to get the thing done that you're trying to do trying to write a book will. You there. If you're trying to start a podcast, we'll get you there. If you're trying to lose weight will get you there. Will be the support system you need in order to actually bridge that gap and do the things head over the tiny leaps lab dot com to learn more. Thank you so much for taking the time to listen. It always means the world to me that you continue to show up that you show me such love and share your time with me. Thank you. I really, truly appreciate it. And I'm honored. And remember that all big changes come from the tiny leaves. You take every day.

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Jay Shetty on How To Find Your Life Purpose (really!)

From the Heart: Conversations with Yoga Girl

1:00:16 hr | 9 months ago

Jay Shetty on How To Find Your Life Purpose (really!)

"Happy Friday everyone, and welcome to a brand new episode of the Yoga Girl podcast. On today's show I have an incredible human that I have literally dreamed of having on the show. This man is on my podcast vision board he used to be a monk and has taken the principles from his life spent in the classroom and apply them in his roles is entrepreneur podcast, host, motivational speaker, and author here to help you think like a monk welcome to the show the one and only Jay steady. Rachel that means the. World to thank you so much has such a sweet Andro and I am remembering when we first an only time we met that it was so awesome because roles were reversed. I was giving you and gave such an incredible interview. We were out huffpost in New York, and I remember just absolutely loving your energy. I'm so glad that we're connected again it's so fun and I was thinking back to that day. You know I was talking for my first book and I remember you were the happiest guy we met all week. I mean new. York is kind of intense as it is, but you so easy going and happy and chill, and it really made me wonder today like, are you generally usually as happy and calm as you as you come off also online? I'd say that I'm pretty what I would use. The word is is steady in the sense that I feel my response to negatively or positively is pretty aligned. I wouldn't say I'm always externally Bobby Orr. Smiley. I I would say that's always me. That's my wife like my wife is is a natural energy of gist. She's a bundle of joy you know dancing and laughing, and she's like that inside and out all the time I'd say that I'm I'm a bit more sober and reserve sometimes in can be quite neutral in my in my life. But when I'm around people that give me energy that I think You know giving insights and ideas then I definitely come to light. So I'd say that on my own on probably more neutral. But when I'm around other people, I definitely open up much more in a much more of that positive self. So speaking from the heart, you know right now in this moment, how how are you doing? I gotcha. Great question I am really happy and nervous because I'm launching my first book ever and I really enjoy the feeling of doing something new and I love how How many like I love feeling that butterflies feeling and I love that idea of like either doing this is my first time and this is so exciting and so I'm in that space and at the same time, my schedule right now is extremely productive and back to back. But in my heart I'd say I feel fully aligned with my puppets and I feel fully. In the space where I can honestly say that I am exactly where I need to be and I think that's where I feel. The happiest is when I can my hand on my heart and say, I'm exactly where I need to be. Or how beautiful to to just hearing you say that also reminded me that I am I, am also where I need to be. Nice to to hear you. So aligned with that in this moment. I received the book. So it's not out yet right it's out in September, but the little sneak peak. On Friday. So a couple of days ago and I told myself. Okay. I'm going to speed read this. I'm going to be completely you know having read the whole book when I talked to Jay on Monday and then I opened the book and I was like no, this is not a speed reading book. This is a drink a cup of tea sitting burden take a breath bring your journal and do these practices in these exercises and really be with this book it's a wonderful book. I give for saying that and I think you have completely summarized the essence of what this book is meant to do and how it's meant to be read I. I really. Don't feel exactly what you said. It's a quick read. It's meant to be a book that can help people really deepen their understanding of themselves and that it's an experiential book the. Book is an experienced something that is living, and if you perform the exercises, the experiments in the explorations inside than, you'll only go and continue to have a deeper relationship with yourself. So I'm so happy to say that and yeah, it comes on eight September and I'm really hoping that everyone's gotta get generals out there voice nights out and experience the book. Yet it it truly truly as you know, I'm a few chapters in already but I've been really working with it, which is beautiful and not every book that invites you to sit sit with something and practice something and right or contemplate something makes it easy to do that. So really appreciate how you really bring the reader in. You Know I. can apply it to my own life at an interesting exchange with. My my husband this morning. Who's who follows you I think facebook. So he knows you by face and name, but I don't think he knows so much of your of your story and he asked he said but wait why does it? Why is the book called? Think like a monk like how does he know how to think like a monk and I went? Well, he was a monk and he went no. That that young guy was a monk, do you get that response? A lot I mean is that something? Is it a conversation starter wherever you go I definitely find people intrigued dad I lived as a monk, and I think that's because it's such a red decision like I don't think many people in the world decide to go often live as monks I think most people wouldn't even be able to name one local monk in the area I. Don't think it's the. Common. Fast, he evans always intrigued by that and I guess for me it was the same intrigue when I first met a monk I was fortunate optimism among when I was eighteen years old, which I write about in the book and that experience and for me this is partly why I wrote the book think like among because I really believed that in. The world where on the exposed to a finite number of ideas options if you speak to a young child or a young teenager about what they want to be when they grow up, most people will give you a very finite number of options today I believe the most common thing n young person wants to be a big talker youtube or social media influence. You know when I was growing up the people in my area at least became doctors or lawyers or. And so I feel we grow up in a road which almost has these defined options as to what we can be in whom he can be until we're presented with an alternative idea and I'm sure this it's the same with you like I. Don't. I. Don't believe you grew up doing yoga or knew about it from the moment you were born. But when we get exposed to these ideas, they can change our lives in so many wonderful ways in. So for me I really WANNA. Help people be exposed to alternative ideas and one of my favorite. Examples of this is there's a story about Mark Zuckerberg in two thousand nine where he was struggling with the direction of facebook and he was wondering wear it was going to go and they obviously started in two thousand four and he was trying to find his vision and he went to his mental to ask for advice and his mentor happen to be Steve Jobs pretty cool. Mental to have and mock went up Stephen. He said Look Steve I'm confused face going and I don't know about my vision where I should be in what it should do. And now Steve Jobs. Obviously being one of the most accomplished people in the world, he could have introduced mock to funding oil some business advice, some business coaches or whatever. It may bid mock times story and he says that Steve Jobs. Austin. To go to India and live in an Ashram monastery for a month and said that if he did that, that's where he would find his answer and marketing took a mock went to this actual news. I believe the from of name Karolyi Baba he lived in this Ashram for about a month. He stayed there for for a bit of time and he said that's where he gets covered the vision of what he wants to do to connect people and what I love about that is that it's often the counter intuitive advice. It's often the advice that we don't expect that transforms our life as opposed to the advice replied since we were born. Absolutely and I mean, it's also. Challenging for a lot of a lot of people these days because we are exposed to similar things all the time you know this year I think even this year aside when we're all in isolation and all of this but this whole idea that everyone should be an inflamed. Sir, where we hear what society's say it telling US and media's telling be successful be this do this as a next step? If we don't have that opportunity to go be in silence with ourselves in an Ostrom for an extended period of time. How can we distinguish that that inner voice I guess that actually tells us here is the next right thing from all the other noise that we encounter every day. How We? How do we get there without that? Big of a life change? That's a great question, I think. You alluded to it there, and I really genuinely believe that there's such a need and especially this year I think we've all been reminded of how topic can be but there is such a need for each individual to find their own silence stillness and space and may not be a three year journey may not be a one year journey, but it needs to be a daily journey that we take of carving out some time every day that is spent stillness silence and personal space, and I'll give you an example of how tough that is and then how. To do it, there's a great study that's been done where men and women were asked to either be alone with the doors for fifteen minutes or if they didn't feel comfortable with that, they could give themselves an electric shock and his the statistics in what the research showed fatty percent of women chosen electric shock and sixty percent of men chosen electric shock and the reason was because they didn't want to be alone with their thoughts for fifteen minutes. So I think we live in a society that we've become scared of being with our endorsed were being alone. And a big part of that is because of how we programmed people to think about loneliness as a negative thing. If you think about it when you're a young child, if you don't talk to anyone at school or you don't have a lot of friends, you're considered the LONA and loneliness is considered bad. If you have a birthday party five people show up you're considered be unpopular tacit. If you're a thirty year old person or thirty five year old and you're not in a relationship society will be like Oh my God you still single and so we continuously look at being alone. As a negative thing whereas when I was a monk, we learned about how being in solitude was considered a superpower and so how do you do that every day which is your question coming back to that the way we do that is by carving out ten to fifteen minutes a day where you just find space in your home that allows you to feel that you're in silence. It's the same space every day that gives you a sense of calm and then just spending it and trying to listen to your body in mind and what they have to tell you and and I'll. Give you an example of that and Rachel I'm sure you've had this for we know right now but usually you travel a lot you you do a lot of work internationally and so do I add imagine you're traveling you're running around you're really hectic and I've realized that sometimes my wife May want to say something to me but she needs me to slow down and be present so that I can actually say it and similarly without interest in mind and our body they can't tennis anything because which is moving around will their time in this hectic lifestyle but when we actually take Time to just slow down every day something as simple as sitting in the same place or going on the same walk every day and asking ourselves different question or taking a new route to walk every day and just trying to think differently like they're simple changes in our day to day, life can lead to so many wonderful revelations so true and I love what you say about about aloneness how we really are so conditioned to believe that if we are alone, it's like failing somehow that we have to constantly fill our time with people and excitement and togetherness all the time. And it's actually one of those qualities that that. Once we learn how to be with ourselves, it can actually increase our ability to attract the good in others too I find if we don't know how to be in our own space with ourselves with our thoughts and our pains and all the stuff that we have going on inside, it's going to be really hard to be truly present with another person. That's so true and so well said psychology talks about how there's two types of loneliness. One type of loneliness is physically not being around people and the second type of loneliness is being around people that don't understand you. And I think that second type of loneliness loneliness that we all experience the most because we are around people but we've not really been conscious as you said of attracting the right people into our lives or. We're not present with ourselves, and so we struggled to be present with others, and so loneliness isn't just not being around people. It's actually surrounding yourself with people that aren't the people that we deeply connect with that. We can open up to that we can be vulnerable with that we trust and ultimately that's what we're seeking is trust and a deeper bond. But that comes when we lend to trust ourselves, we learned to trust ourselves when we know ourselves. So self love or love with another person begins with trust and trust begins with knowledge right? You don't love someone you don't trust and you don't trust someone that you don't know. and. So the root of self love or self trust or loving someone else trusting someone else old starts would self knowledge and self awareness and that begins with getting to know ourselves and the way you get to know yourself is by spending time with yourself suggestions where booking schedules and meetings appointments with others. It's so important that we book a call yourselves every day. So important. And I find this year I think for so many people has been such an eye opener in terms of this I know for for me. Personally, I have a very disciplined yoga practice and manipulation practice and I had this idea of I'm so anchored in my spirituality and I create so much space for myself, and then suddenly quarantine happen in isolation happened and I got to actually sit with. How busy I am and how much doing there is all throughout the day from the moment might I wake up till the moment I go to bed and then have these kind of sections of okay. Well, here is Yoga and here's meditation you know and that's it for the day. But how I've actually been lacking this ability to infuse what I learned that practice into the day to day moments. And I think one of the I shared this once on the podcast but I had one of those kind of grace of God Sky Open Up, and you have this lightning bolt to your skull type of epiphany moment. Where I was good my three year old I. have a I have a three year old little girl and we were playing and we she wanted to build a fort and rebuilding and collecting and creating the space and then we went inside the fort and I went okay and and now what do you want to do and she said no, we're in the fourth mom. And I just sat there realizing Oh this is it now just sit here and that was really hard for me. You know it's it's almost like the doing and the going and the getting to, and then the practice has just yeah. At least for the last few years for me remained a practice that that's boxed into the space. I guess my question, they're beautiful example. Sorry. I just WanNa take a moment to just celebrate your daughter. That's. Beautiful Tree your daughter is thinking like A. Moth more than any of us because she's just happy to just be. An and experience what's been created I. Think we we spend a lot of time in creation but not inexperience You know if you think about life life is creation experience and destruction like those three you kind of journeys that everything goes through and I think as humans we focus a lot on creation but not on experiencing. Yeah like building the Fort but not so much enjoying the fort or sitting in the fort or just being in the fort exactly children do that. So naturally, I mean her whole life is just baking and being immersed in that completely she doesn't really care about the end product being something delicious eat it's the process of it. You are listening to the yoga girl podcast conversations from the heart. How many of you guys out there actually feel like proper adults I kind of thought that I would feel like a real adult ones I had a baby but you know what actually makes me feel like a real grownup getting insurance planning my financial future and preparing for retirement it really never is too early to do all of this I'm finally working. On it now, and you can suit with help Lincoln financial if you haven't had grown up conversation with your loved ones yet now is a really good time because the more we talk the better replant protect and retire visit. Lincoln. Financial today for dependable honest service. They worked together with financial professionals, employers and organizations. I can help you confidently plan your financial. And protect your loved ones get the right questions to start your conversation today at Lincoln financial. Dot Com you're listening to the girl podcast conversations from the heart. Why do you think it's so hard because I know it's not just me I mean, we're all wired a little differently of course, but to to take the practices that we so enjoy that we know are so important for us, the Self Care and the meditation and the mindfulness practices but to really live them, you know to make them into life because I think that's what. So many of us are looking for, but it's it's hard. Yeah. It is hard and I think it taught because we've been trained to be distracted and when you're distracted or your trained to nominate your pain the naturally, we don't tend towards things that are truly healing so. Since we were young we were exposed to if you experience either told not to feel it or that you were told it was a bad thing like you avoid pain or you avoid anything that's tough or difficult, and therefore anonymous of us our initial reaction to pain or challenges or anything that slightly difficult is resistance distraction or numbing and I think we treat to numb ourselves through whether it's television through whether it's fast food. Or whatever that outlet may be because we rather not experienced the pain, but we don't realize is that pain doesn't go away by hiding it. It goes away by facing it at. If you think about the planet we live on today we try and hide oil spills and trash piles of plastic. Paul's ever in the world. But if you ever watched the documentary, you see those those hidden twelve, it getting bigger and bigger and so. If you try and hide your pains inside of yourself they just growing stronger and stronger and thicker and and bigger as well, and so it's hard because we've been trained to do the opposite of what we really need to do. And we also not. We've not been shared into the practices that can simplify some of these things to make them part of our natural routine. So one of my favorite things to really simplify a lot of this. Is a principle code location has energy time has memory something we learned as monks that you do something in the same place every day it becomes easier, and if you do something at the same time every day it becomes easier and so location starts to have energy. If you think about your home, the energy of your bedroom should be relaxing the energy of your kid should be vibrant. The energy of your living room should be entertainment. Now I'm saying it should be it doesn't have to be. You may say, Jay actually I don't Oh my kitchen to be vibrant I want it to be calming. That's fine. But each of your areas in your home can be chosen and curated to be set in energy, and so we mix up the energy in our lives every day we. We work in our bedrooms we eaten bedrooms we work at the kitchen table. We sit on our phones alone in the living room, which is meant to be a space of connection, and so we're constantly confusing the energy of our hope answer. No wonder. We don't know where to meditate a where to start a yoga practice because each area of our home feels like it's confused similarly with time. When you do something at the same time every day it becomes easier and for a lot of us when we try to take on a new habit where at the beginning, we're not trying to do it at the same time with any rhythm, which is trying to do it when we have time and so it's important that we we really prioritize the change we want to make you can't. You can't make a change in every area of your life at the same time, but you can make a change in your life if you choose one area and truly immerse yourself in changing that area, and so I think it's a bit of a challenge with habit formation and it's a bit of a challenge based on our history with habits. Absolutely yeah I'm nodding along over here I. I actually experienced that very palpably just recently in terms of location having energy. I. In the middle of Quarantine I took this old guest bedroom that we had even though we never have guests anymore through the bed out and created a space just for practice where you know no one's allowed to do anything else I locked the door, it's not playroom. It's not for being on your phone. It's a practice space, and suddenly without thinking about it, I was found myself almost by you know it just happened immersed in this. I did fifty days of dynamic meditation. I don't know if you know dynamic meditation. That's beautiful and it never would have happened if I didn't have the space because it became the dedicated place where where I entered. That was what I. Did you know there's no other thing happening here. So that's so so true in terms of creating that for ourselves in our in our homes and making that space sacred and not muddying with anything else absolutely and you know I mean my wife used to when we first met Rachel me and my wife used to live in. New. York and we lived in a tiny five hundred square foot apartment in new. York. But we made the corners spaces. So one corner was a meditation corner in the other Corner Our TV corner the you know it's you don't need to have a big home to create this you just have to the intention. Absolutely location has energy time has memory. So Hoof so so so powerful Bank of another part of your part of your book that I think relates also to the to to time and to to habits where you write about auditing your time. To me, I find such a such a game changer. Could you share a little bit about what auditing your time means and how it can change your life? Your absolutely. So I think if you off most people in the world, what do you value? And let's do it with you Rachel. Let's ask you so Rachel what's the thing is? What's what's the thing that you value the most? Your family. Okay Great and of your spare time. Of Your time outside of work because everyone needs to work and paid for bills and everyone needs to have a career. So outside of that, how much what percentage of your time after that? Do you think you spend with your Fam-? I mean pre corona it was much less than I would have. preferred. Yeah probably. Thirty, forty percents or something like that. Great, thank you for being honest I. I really appreciate that and by the way minds the same. So my answer why value is. My family's definitely high up there too, and and again, everyone's percentages never completely aligned and so now Rachel the next question I have for you is now the obviously you're spending more time with them is what do you think has been the block for you from spending time with your family pre corona? I mean I think it was the fact that my work was bleeding into the rest of my life. It wasn't like I had eight nine to five or whatever go to work and then come home and I'm home. But then I found myself constantly distracted by by the idea of of having to complete things or succeed with something or I wasn't just immersed in a lot of projects that I didn't. Dedicate in a space and time I guess. Yeah completely end and I can turn relate to that person as well. So what do you think precor corona again, what do you think or maybe something you've discovered during this lockdown time? What do you think has been the most meaningful time you spend with your family not the most time but where do you think you've had the most meaningful connection with your family? When I'M NOT DISTRACTED When I'm not when there's no phone, no screen no TV nothing pulling us into another another location when it's totally present and just, and it doesn't have to be exciting or special like driven or something wild that those day to day mundane moments were really there. Those are the most meaningful. I. Think as beautiful just having an awareness of that means you can now skoll. Creating purchasing infringement on who's listening right now. A tie more day as we just showed through Rachel during is ask yourself what do I really value and then genuinely asking yourself beyond your normal work hours that everyone has to do how much time do you actually dedicate that because a lot of us will say family but then there's Rachel was honest. We're only spending thirty percent of our time without family in our spare time. Someone may say to me Jay. New Business. This new passion I have is is one I value the most and then someone will would you do with your weekends and they say, Oh, well, you know my weekend I'm just I. Don't know I'm at the beach or I'm just hanging out with my friends or whatever it may be so for so many of us. Values don't align with how we think we want to spend our time, and so there's a beautiful message from Gandhi where he said that hominy and t are experienced when what you think what you say and what you do are aligned. Now, how many of us know that sometimes we think something we say something else and we do something completely different right? Well, how many of us know that sometimes we do something we think something else when we say something completely different but here's something that I share my books reach researchers found by the end of our lives on average each of us who spent thirty three years in bed seven years of which will be spent trying to sleep. A year. A year and four months exercising and more than three years on vacation. Now, if you're a woman, you generally spent one, hundred, thirty, six days getting ready in. If you're man, you spend about forty six days getting ready and these are just estimates of course, like it's all based on daily choices. But if you start to realize researchers estimate don't average you must will spend more than eleven years of our lives looking at a TV and social media. and. So you think about that and you go all it's not that I don't have enough time. It's that I'm not prioritizing what's truly important to me and so when you time order, you get the most honest answer to the question, what do you value and so if you think you might be lying to yourself or if you think that sometimes you can fool yourself. If you do a time on, it will become really clear and even more than a time or did you get money on it and see where you spend your money because way you spend your time and money is what you really value even if it's not what you say you. So true and I tried this this weekend actually with. With my husband just on this chapter of time audit because we've had A, we've had a little bit of quarreling lately in terms of not having enough time with each other and we have three year old and a business and a lot of things going on and with corona virus. It's harder for us to go out on a date night and things like that and been particularly a little. You know we need to really make sure we get more time together and then I did this over the weekend and I just found that both days. This is probably pretty much almost every single day both him and either moment our daughter goes to bed. We have about like forty five minutes where we call it like checking in where we sit on the couch on our phones staring at a screen. And you know answering messages or he reads the news on his Dutch news out whatever he does, but we're sitting there at this dedicated time. Wasting, time doing something different where we could totally be having genuine conversation. We're having date night and we complain that we don't have the time. So. It was a really nice way to just like Oh, and this is a small part of my my day and I can fix it by. Aligning. That more with what our actual needs and values values are yen. There's another thing there Rachel that you've beautifully talked about something in the book that I talk about, which is the difference. Between communicating what we actually want especially in our relationship. So me and my wife, we don't have a child yet but obviously, we've been spending time together during the lockdown and in the beginning of lockdown, which was noon for us we will set to set new boundaries in new expectations of each other because we've never been in this position before in. A required some adapting. But here's the thing with relationships that. A lot of us say we want time from our partners, but no one really just wants time and what I mean by that is what you do with your partner. For example, when you're sitting there on your phones and he's on his Dutch News Apple, you're doing your thing you're spending time, but you're not giving each other energy. And what we're really looking for in life is to experience an exchange of energy not just in exchange of time. So if me and new just sat here for an hour or however long we're going to record for and I was distracted on my phone and you distracted with anything else that you are up to. We would have spent time but we wouldn't have shed energy and what I've realized is people are really looking for energy presence and an intimacy. That's what we're really looking for partners and. When I say intimacy I don't just mean in a in a physical way I mean in a in a mental and emotional way to really feel understood and understanding the other person and so when you think about it that way you start to realize that we're not really communicating what we truly one and into relationships chapter in think like among I talk about this -have table where anyone can google this bugle emotional woods hobbit and it's something I referred to as emotional vocabulary. So most of us were ost. You know what would you like we say time or if we're told Oh yeah. How was your day or how was your week? We have five words in avocado believe that we use. Okay. Good. Fine Bad. Right. So if someone goes house you week bid. Okay. How's your day going good how's everything bad how you doing These are natural vocabulary. So Limited that we've really actually expressed to people what we truly one and need and the emotional cavalary table by Harvard it shows you that inside every basic emotionally us there are so many more meanings to the Woodside we his saddle I feel sidearm Sodom. Feeling, sad right now, but sad could mean so many things are you upset I? You offended You irritated. Are you disappointed? You know all of these words are so much more indicative and Cara flying of how genuinely feel. Especially our partners such a need that we deeply diagnose how we feel and we share that with them so that they can actually understand what we need and we can actually express them what we did. This is so So true, and that can make such a difference in real in practice in real life. It's reminding me of I have a a teacher of mine in trauma healing be do trauma healing retreats and things together whenever we have a participant that we're doing work with and and she asks and how do you feel about that or something of the person says good or bad? this goes and good means. Gets totally quiet. The president has to really think, oh, well, good means. Oh, it makes me feel warm inside or makes me feel safe here or to really get into that place of what is it actually changing inside of me or what is it? That's that's that's moving inside of me right now. I Love I love that yeah and it works and it's such a simple thing and good means and oh actually but it's kind of like do you think people are because we get questions all the time right. So how are you doing? Do you think people are expecting? Are they ready for that real genuine true answer because we have so many of these interactions with people all day long and I find oftentimes they are the standard kind of surface. You know if I were to go in and say, you say how you do in and say, well, actually you know here's what's moving in my heart right now I think a lot of people would be really overwhelmed. That that that's real. Yeah. Are we are we more of a surface society or are we getting deeper I I don't think it's natural to get deep with everyone and there's not a need to do that a tool and therefore I think it's much more with our closer relationships in relationships that we spend more time with that. We naturally trust I don't think there's a need for us to open up to everyone, but we definitely should be opening up to the people closest to, and I think that's where I'm noticing the challenge that were not often engaging personally even the people that are meant to be the closest to us. Yeah, and of course I mean it's different for for different people to open up some people are naturally more. It's good to have that in a relationship though I think maybe with you and your wife, she seems very extroverted. With me and my husband kind of extroverted one. He's a little more quiet. So finding that balance and the couple I think is also probably makes it a little easier to to to have those conversations to oh for sure. Absolutely. You're listening to the yoga girl podcast conversations from the heart. Where's should you turn when sending money abroad one word for that transfer wise lycee you can never have something that's both cheap fast and reliable usually have to settle for one or two of those things. 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So something I really wanted to answer. This is like a a bit of a selfish question actually, but you have so many people that you talk to in the online world all day long I mean you have millions and millions and millions countless followers on. So many platforms, which I know is a lot of energy. You know I have a a bit of that as well. How can thinking like a monk help us navigate social media? Yeah. That's a great question. One of the ways that thinking. Indefinitely help us engage better with social media is to not look at our phones first thing in the morning. So when we when we when we were, we didn't have phones kept plastic in the morning and we woke up to natural sounds and. It was such a beautiful experience and so I really believe that everyone should go and get a real alarm clock like one of the old day alarm clocks I'm fortunate that I've trained my body to wake me up without any sound or Lom. But if you're not doing that than it's really important and I I trained myself to wake up side went onto Amazon and I remember buying like this timex alarm truck I have nothing I have no endorsements timex just to clarify. Out Me if you buy TIMEX along truck. Buying an alarm clock that just allows you to leave your phone in another room or leave your phone on the other side of the table or just a way in which you don't feel wired to first thing in the morning because guess what when you pick up your phone first thing in the morning, you now starting new day off reactively people sending you messages people are sending you different notifications. So you now not starting the day. Feeling, centered and grounded, and you're not starting the day inside out. You're starting the day outside in and she already starting the day on everyone else's agenda in everyone else's priority on everyone else's focus and how can you have a successful day when you haven't even had a chance to send to yourself so it's really important that you don't look at your fest in the morning but. You have to replace it with something that doesn't spy you. So I believe waking up to a quote that really that you love and feel connected to waking up to a picture and image that you feel connected to it. So important that the first thing you see in the morning and the last thing you see at night is something that you want to see is something that really fills you a joy. So it's really important that you do that in the morning. The second thing I'd say how thinking like among can help us with time on social media is that you want to really cure. Your news feed. So monks are very good at q rating, the experiences that they have in their life and more importantly the thoughts that allowed to enter into their life. So it's really important that you've curated your feed to see only what you want to see and people say, Oh, well, you know I have to follow this person because they're my friend or not. Sorry don't your friends you say, Oh, you know I need to follow the price and because if I don't, they'll be offended. Well that's fine. You can do that also functioned where you can to rate your feet so that they have their posts don't show on your page if you don't like seeing them. So it's so important to just as we have to select our thoughts, we have to select to follow following what we see on our social media posts in profiles so that they become a part of helping us grow rather than putting us down and the third and a way that thinking like among can help us. Without Habits on social media. Is Two ways ask ourselves when we catch ourselves on social media, we ask ourselves why am I on social media and if you can't give yourself a good enough answer then move away if most of us are spending mindless time scrolling because we don't know why on social media and if you know why you're on social media, then that's great. If you have a good reason to be there be that but if you don't have a good reason, don't waste your time there. that's a good one. Does social media ever steal your peace? Oh. For sure I think for anyone who has a social media account social media can steal their piece whether it's something negative or whether it's something positive. Even if you're checking how many views something gets, how many likes something gets even that can be completely you know distracting. And I've seen for me that just setting clear rules about what I call no technologies zones in your home and no technology times in your day. So upset zones in your home where you don't use technologies, you may say that the bedroom in the kitchen, no phones allowed. To eat and sleep with people I don't WanNa waste my time on a phone in those areas, and you may say that before nine am and off to six PM, I'm not going to be on my phone does already positive parameters. Now, you may fail at that regularly I failed that will do time, but just having the boundary stops you from doing it and it keeps giving you some money to come back to. Yeah and I mean especially when during times like this when there's so much happening in the world and I think we have. A lot of. Challenges Right now globally in terms of mental health, people are not only stuck at home, but they're anxious and bored and worried for our future and for the future of of of our families and I think the world is a whole. I. Was Reading in your book about the Stanford, the Stanford study about people writing about a negative experience and how just thinking about something negative made them likelier to act in a negative way? and. It just made me think about well, what about social media when all we see is bad sometimes, I feel like I can have all day and all the things that come through sometimes our fear worry or negatively you know what does that? How does that impact us on such a global level yet that's such. A I'm glad you brought that study and it just shows us that you know what you see is a choice. But what you think about what you see is definitely a choice and I really think that is A. Technique that I talked about in the book that I think really helps this. It's called spot stop swap to Rachel. Repeat after me bought stop swap spots up slop really advancing. In my British exit. So Stop Swap you can repeat it to yourself. It's good to remember it. Now one of the things that we talk about here is that we're not trying to have I was speaking to a teacher yesterday on doing a live with them and he was saying it's good to not have toxic positive. You're saying there's a difference between positively toxic positively names Gorka pile and he makes social media content to use. You're saying that he's he's among he's living monk right now and so what he was saying is that there's a difference between positively and toxic positivie. Toxic positively where we force ourselves to be artificially positive and so if you're having a negative door, you don't just make it positive by gaining positive positive. The positive a good thing to use is this technique called spot stop swap. So what you want to do is every time. You're having a negative experience or negative store tour emotion I spot where are you? Why is it happening and what is it triggering? What is triggering this to happen? So let's say the answer is social media and you find yourself you're on a particular account or you're following a particular person and that's when it arises. Now now you WANNA, stop reflecting go. Why am I feeling this way? Is it because of something that I need to change do I just need to distance myself from this account? The moment is that going to help me and finally you swap it for a new habit you swap it for an alternative you know for me it was like good example of someone that I. Worked tweeted was that they were always addicted to checking the sports scores and they found that really triggered them when the team was losing right if the team was losing, they were having a bad day and they would take it out on their partner. They take it out on their friends and they realized that that was the moment that triggered. So what they decided to do from now on is that they would never check the scores when they were with their partner and that's how they swapped it but they could still do at a different time. So learning how to spot your trigger and your weakness actually helps you deal with a better than avoiding it or just trying to change it. And how does this because I mean this makes makes so much sense and also that we can, we can change who we follow online. You know we can choose to follow people who make us feel good or who share inspiring things that that are constructive to us in our lives that will make us feel jealous or triggered and all of this of course. But what about things that you know that are negative? Inherently bad and it's good for us to know that they exist. So good example of that this year black lives matter systemic racism, all the the many injustices that happened in the world where it's okay we don't want to pretend that it's all butterflies and rainbows anyway. So how do we allow ourselves to sit with something that's negative and hard and bad without allowing it's. I guess make our actions also negative or darker about yes. Absolutely. I think the best thing with that is to learn about those things in places where you're getting the answers that you're really looking for it may be a recommended website in may be a particular public figure that you think has really interesting opinion on it. It's trying to get some really deep. Research about it and it may be triggered through a good post on social media, and the second thing really believe is when you feel you're part of the solution, you don't feel the negativity of the problem you really try and help, and so whatever that means to you when you feel your being part of the change you feeling you're being apart of helping. Supporting others then you don't feel the negativities of a problem or a challenge you start feeling the momentum of it and so for me I always look to how can I serve in savage could be calling one friend and having a phone conversation or it could be helping your local charity or helping or supporting a local activist or whatever it may be like. There are so many different ways of helping and so I think it's important to find your way of solving and as soon as you sought into trying to seven support, you don't feed it the same anymore. Yeah. To Be to feel purposeful in that in that challenging area. Yeah exactly. Like yeah. If you look for service in meaning and purpose, you always find it. If you look for positivity and happiness, you may not always find that I. Think I think a lot of people something that is beautiful coming out of this year at least I'm seeing a lot in my. In my local community is that so many people are immersed in service. Now, in ways I think they weren't before we are more aware of the issues that are happening around the world and I think finding service is one of those really or being of service is one of those ways to really feel purposeful in our lives and I mean, you have a podcast called. On purpose you talk about finding your purpose with the idea of purpose in the book as well for someone who maybe right now is listening and really doesn't feel that way maybe how their lives totally thrown off track through corona virus or maybe just feels like I. Don't know if I have a life purpose do you have any advice for someone who's navigating that right? Now, yeah. Absolutely. First of all, I I feel a deep sense of love and compassion for anyone who had their lives turned upside down during this time. Everyone's had been life challenged and changed. But if you've really had your life turned upside down than I that that's a really tough situation to be in I. Hope that anyone who's in that position has loving friends and supported. Potentially even just whatever they can't get them out of that. But if you're feeding stock about finding your life, Pappas just know that you're not alone. It's it's a very common feeling and actually feeling stuck about your puppies is actually the start of the strategic pause to your puppets. If you feel stuck, it means you're accepting that you can't be a living is not your purpose so that actually is step one and I think people often think that that's like they're going in the wrong direction or. Going up opposite to where they need to actually that means you're on the right path. The second thing I like to talk about is how publicist like an adult. But Passion is like a teenager Interest is like the child and curiosity is like the womb. So the the womb of the like the curiosity is the spark the womb of where interest passion purpose of born. and. So I would, if you think about it, just obsessing about Publis is too big a concept to wrap your head around and that's why it feels like this pressure and it feels like this bud and even passion some this J I don't know what I'm passionate about identity. So then start when you interest install with your curiosity. You may just have a spark of curiosity of something you're interested in, and if you just follow that and you allow yourself to. Go with it you may discover that it grows into an interest. So another way of looking at it is that curiosity is the soil in which the seed of an interest is plotted. It grows into a tree and then the fruits and the flowers of the pumpers, and so it's really important to realize. You don't just grow the tree on day one you go set by steps I would really start what you're curious. The second thing is, as you find what you're curious about and it turns into an interest, it's really important that you develop becoming really good at it. It's really important that we value expertise and Skills Development you may need coaching, you may need classes, you may need a personal trainer whatever it is for your personal passion. It's really important that it also tends to expertise through practicing coaching, and then the final step we tend to into a pub this. This is how it works. Passion plus expertise plus compassion equals purpose. So when you add compassion to your passion when you find a way to use your passion in the service of others, that's when it becomes a purpose. So you'll purpose is not to take pictures. You're passionate is to take pictures and when you take beautiful pictures that inspire other people and you use it to seven inspire the people that's when it becomes a purpose. So remember that don't. Focus, on trying to find your puppies breakdown the equation and I focused on finding your passion which starts with curiosity den, find your expertise by beginning with learning and development, and then find your compassion, which is, where is the problem you want to solve? What is the pain that you WANNA? He'll in the world what is the challenge that you want to help people overcome when you add your passion, your expertise to a compassionate that's when you find pumps. You're blowing my mind right now spoken like a true monk. Started simplifying it for people. I just wanted people to realize that it's a law more simple. But it's so rare to get because it's such a big question and it's very abstract the idea of purposefulness and why am I here and what am I meant to do with my life and to get it broken down almost in a recipe like way like followed up how beautiful is that? Because everyone is curious about something yes? Yes absolutely. Yeah. We might be passionate yet, but we're definitely curious definitely curious oftentimes, and of course it's hard to to sit with that in the middle of it. But those really challenging times when everything gets flipped upside Dow, you know usually are the ones where we get to open up into a space may be weaken be curious about something new, right having that loss of normalcy and regular day to day routine it can be hard I think to to find what that curiosity is or what that interest is that becomes the passion. So hopefully, a lot of us are finding new -tunities in the challenge to and not just a year of of unbearable loss. Ana this is a hard hard question. I've been asking all my guests this year you know on a spiritual big scale level what is your take on twenty twenty. Is. The world ending or is it beginning again? Do you have any big big I? Live, we are where we are right now repressed legislate to say that you know mytalk suggest my reflections. They didn't represent the truth or fact in any way it's just all I can do and I really feel that twenty twenty has been a year of. Reflection growth and on a spiritual level, it's really been an awakening I always think about how? You know sometimes we press the snooze button in the morning and the alarm to get louder louder every time to help us way competent help us reflect and help us ask the right questions and even though it's been really difficult and even though it's been really tough, I think it's made a lot of us ask the right questions now like I said if you like spring turned upside down hey those of us who who hasn't been turned upside down to the same degree Itar responsibility to come in. Seven support. But if you're somewhere in the middle I'm hoping that you know it's it's help us really off consoles. What's important what's truly valuable? We'll do I want to do my life how how can I make a difference? What are the things I need to change and when lockdown started I was teaching these daily live meditations and I did about fourteen days of on instagram and facebook live of just teaching meditation every day, and we had about twenty million people joined in the forty days and the feedback. From ninety percent of the people that joined whereas Jay I've never meditated before, but now I'm learning and so what happens in tough times is we developed the muscle that would help us deal would future tough times. And so difficult times help us build the muscles and the skills and the strengths that would help us overcome future tough times and every so much. Greatness in that because we develop the skills that we once thought we could avoid but now we actually go them up so that they can actually be useful trust in the future. So my only hope is that they help us develop the skills and abilities that are going to have sold in the future. I, hope so too. I mean we are seeing that I think would so in. So many places across the world, the resilience of people getting stronger and picking up the pieces and starting again you know there is something very hopeful in in what's happening this year to. So thank you so much I mean, this has been you know I feel like I need to transcribe this podcast I can write some of it on my fridge. But for everybody listening now and me included, you know how can how can we be of service to you today? That's such a sweet question and to be honest this has been a complete joy. You know this the I've given it been inspired by your desire to really listen and ask such wonderful questions. So I festival I'm so grateful to you Rachel. So happy that you know we've been able to do this together and create this together. It's definitely been collaborative. It's it's no one way to of. Do. We honest. I'd say if anyone has been touched by this this conversation if my videos ever had any impact on you, all my pod costs of had any impact on you might my humble request is that the best way to make a difference right now is to continue to try and make a difference in someone else's life. That's the best way you can serve me or anyone, and you don't need to sell me but based on Rachel's question. I think if you become a monk in your mindset and pasta mindset onto others I think that's the most beautiful thing that I have a request because amongst mind is one of compassion is one of love and understanding and I think those three things that we can all agree on really needed in the load right now, and if you lend to think like among can help others think right Komo bed would be the most amazing thing and I deeply appreciate. How beautiful and of course, everyone I know you use. So desperately want this book. 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Trailer - Steeven Orr Else

Steeven Orr Else

02:54 min | 1 year ago

Trailer - Steeven Orr Else

"My name is Stephen are or this is the trailer for Stephen or else. The podcast dedicated to breaking you out of the mundane. How do we do that? Well feast your ear canals on this an egg store Ellen's age one door down miss that what if you must know I'm blind blonde. Well no not really in you ignored all that you pick this show instead. No I've lived a long and interested in life. I mean I've seen stuff that would make an amish man. Anita's own beard that's right if you guessed that the fantastic four are being attacked by the band earth wind and fire you'd be well you'd be wrong. I can understand to heck. I've been there myself but then I put my a big boy pants and I got the heck with my life. Wow that was condescending. I'm glad you've decided not to talk down to one point five million potential listeners. Can you tell us where this person is yeah sure. Will you do me a favor later. Yeah I can do that okay there in Georgetown Awesome. Thanks hi FI. What did this guy <hes> medical tube manacle to in good Lord? I met someone very right now crying on the toilet. You're eating about a credit cards worth of plastic every week then little. Of Green men in the Little Green Pants spelling to a stillness as they finished that dance fun town the Amusement Park out past the lake. You Know No. I don't know I never heard of no fun town. Never heard where the heck you've been Living Verge Awale sock drawer Wales so hey we got some different things for you this week throwing in a couple of extra segments for you because you know I get bored and I think stuff and I write them down and then I come in here and I just do it. What Europe says it asa abner longer to the normal this week so we have to wrap this up now? In order to fit everything else in so we ain't GonNa do the mid about the squirrel that comes in here and stabs with the fork ball. Guess Naught Dang is looking forward to that so celebrate with me. Ladies and gentlemen celebrate the fact that the man here that's providing you with this audio goodness the host as I said with the most is actually the host with a little bit less joy to the world. I can see my own belt. Say Have you ever heard of John Jasper Jude. He lives across town. He's the copy shop do his feet too long his legs up too short. He Hunts Wild Azaleas purely for sport.

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Episode 222: SmartThings new gear and a Wink sighting

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

56:28 min | 2 years ago

Episode 222: SmartThings new gear and a Wink sighting

"The. Hey, everyone welcome to the two hundred and twenty second episode of the internet of things podcast. This is your hosts Stacey, Higginbotham Enger co host heaven toefl, and we have a stupendous show for you today. We're gonna talk about the new smaller echo show a little bit about Gula system and what it can do plus smart things Samsung smart things released a whole bunch of new devices. We're gonna talk about that, plus malware. That's breaking IOT devices just for fun. And we've got some cool use cases for a and microphones to talk about smart factories are coming to the US. There's a new raspberry pi and high found day, watch this really smart. And then Kevin tells me he's already had one of those for a while. So all of this, plus a little bit more, including our guest this week, who is comedy stem, the CEO of monarch bio, she's going to be talking about how the world of clinical. Testing is influencing how we think about whereab- -als and medical devices for the future. We're also going to hear from our sponsor del technologies. All about the open source edge x foundry project. So gear up get ready. Here we go starting with a message from another one of our sponsors. Nordic semiconductor. Nordic semiconductor is lunching, and exciting news. Sailor o not prototyping platform this August the Nordic thing. He ninety one cellular not prototyping platform is perfect for building applications using LTM, NBA, OT, and GPS. It's a rugged kit, packed with over thirteen different sensors, including high g impact exceleron meters air quality and altitude and many more the Nordic thing, he ninety one comes with an advanced asset tracking -application pre installed, and with a free sim card from ivy's to use anywhere in the world. In addition to cellular, the thing he ninety one has an NRA fifty two eight forty multi protocol assoc- on board. So you could build exciting hybrid applications using cellular with technology such as bluetooth, mesh thread, and sixty the Nordic thing he ninety one will be available in August, in it is the most exciting thing in cellular right now. Stay tuned. It Nordic semi dot com. Like I would want one of these, it looks fun. I kinda do too. I like to think of what these kind of things. So. All right. Well, that's the Nordic thing ninety one, but I have the Amazon tiny thing, which is the tiny echo show that was released not with much, fine perr was released this week, actually. So it's a ninety dollars five inch smaller echo show that supposed to go on your nightstand is probably the ideal location for this. It's got a camera. You can shutter that camera manually. It's got the microphone. It does everything else that an echo show, does like talk to people and show, your security cameras. So I don't know. We'll certain certain security camera certain. Yes. They won't show mine. It will not show your nest security cameras, but it will show your ring pro doorbell in believe still your our lows. So, but yes, all right. So this looks like a direct response to Google's nest nest tub, I was like I don't even know what it's called. And you have that so what do you think I do have I have the well used to call the Google home? Hubka addition. Quote, invest hav. Now mine has as seven inch display fire recall correctly sitting right in front of me with the microphone off. And we actually have two of them I have one in the office, I have one in the bedroom. There is no camera on it, which I kinda like, but with echo show, five even though it has a camera, you can shudder to use said, which is important, a lot of people shutter is really important. I think having the confidence to be like. Yeah. I mean, we have a manual shutter on the Lenovo, smartest by the tension, that is down on our kitchen island. And it's usually shuddered. I mean, we just don't need that other cameras in the in that area anyway, for security reasons and such, but I think that's important. It's, it's smarter than they're gonna put the camera. I think, honestly every device with a camera should have shudder at this point. I agree. There original echo show, does not have shutter. Right. So the question is really should I buy this who should buy this? Well, if you're on the Madame a platform, and you're in the market for a small display. It's not too expensive. Ninety bucks is reasonable. Yeah. I think it's worth it. You like eight Mahler. Google device. Ray. Oh, I do. But I think it does a little bit more than the show devices unless something has changed like YouTube TV I stream on this thing sometimes as I'm working. And what maybe watch a soccer match or something, the services that I use may not be fully supported on the echo show. That's, that's probably the best way to say that was very diplomatic. I like it. All right. But if you're all Amazon, you don't wanna watch a lot of YouTube. The other thing is I will say the ghoul my favorite thing about my Google display is actually the photos that shows in with Amazon, you have the option of storing your photos in Amazon storage place. But who does that? I mean, my phone automats links to Google photos, which is awesome. And so everything I get not everything, but anything that's in a certain file folder. Basically if there's a picture in there that face matches to my, my daughter, or my family, or friends, it just pops right up on my Google photos street. Right. And I do the same thing. I actually use a custom photo album, Leonard, just nothing but pictures of norm. The dog works great, even if you're like an iphone user like you and I are both using Android right now. Maybe you're not. Two Google photos. Some people do actually use Google photos, for, for the free storage on IRS, but you're not likely uploading from Iowa to Amazon's photo locker. All right. So let's talk about the new smart things gear because Samsung basically launched a bunch of new stuff. Three things three names. They're not terribly expensive is, I think these are really aimed towards like, maybe don't have a smart home yet. You want, like a store? Couple things to get right? What do you start with obviously the smart things hub? But now they have a new ninety dollars smart things camera, which is a life. I camera. They have a eighteen dollar WI fi smart plug, and a ten dollar smart bold, which I thought might be bluetooth. But it's actually basically do need the, the hub for that. And I make sense, by the way, you can get the third generation smart things have on Amazon for like sixty six bucks. I think yes, it's relatively cheap. So, yes, I will say for anybody contemplating smart things his not the most user friendly platform. It's very powerful. You can do a lot, especially with automations, but there is a learning curve, there, so be aware. It's fun. I like it. I have smart things. There's a lot of people are happier than and I don't think the wrong, obviously, they're happy. They're happy. It's fine. I find smart things to be very extensible as well. You could actually buy a non supported device on either find were build your own driver to make it work. There were device handler is what they call them. So if you're a programmer, you can do a lot more with us. And you can with I think the other hubs on the market. So for everyday people, I don't know that the problem that I guess, I have is that we kind of stopped recommending, wink as that user friendly hub yen this fills the whole market. But wait. But wait, we just got an Email from was, Gary. Yes, I think it was Gary. Yeah. So Gary in a very fun Email sent us. Wink is alive and Gary's fright, wink appears to be in. I got this just a few hours ago. So I shot off an Email to the wing people, but they never respond, but he got an Email from wing saying they were reaching out to longtime customers to purchase the wink hub to, and he expected to be out of stock, but lo and behold, it was not. We went to check and it is not, not a stock. No, they have actually the lot of their winged branded products available. Now, if you're interested, I'd probably buy them from the wing site, directing by some of these devices on Amazon, and even though it's sold by Amazon and from wink, the hub to his one hundred fifty dollars or summaries on Amazon. Wow. As opposed to ninety nine yes. As opposed to ninety nine so, but the interesting bit to this news, we've been wondering for probably a year. Just we haven't heard anything newsworthy, at, at a winking that long are they still been the business and in still making products? And the answer is, yes, yes, because they had been out of stock for a long time. We'll see we'll get software updates or the hub recently hill. Yeah. So who knows? We'll keep an eye on wync. Maybe they'll knows Gary knows he. He'll see how he feels. All right. Okay. So that's good news for wink Besson. Bad news for the IOT. Oh, let's it's actually been a couple episodes where we've talked about our new to talk about her raise awareness of a any kind of malware, or any kind of security issues in this one is really scary, it so happened this week. It's called silex, and it is basically breaking not devices, the only way to fix this. If you are infected is to like, totally reinstall, the device firmware, which most people don't have access to the firmware of the devices to do that, number one. Number two, they probably don't know how to do that. So it's not good. But what's really scary is when we started finding out where this came from, and who. Responsible. Do you wanna talk about that? Yeah. So this is kind of, like my nightmare. This is like a teenage prank gun real. They try soccer back in. It's, it's a fourteen year old boy, I made basically recruiting a world where fourteen year old boys can wreck havoc in, we all know, fourteen year old boys, and they're gonna grow into lovely people most of them. But at fourteen very few people are discerning members of society, I don't know how to put that. So he built this in. He's like, hey, I think of it added more features in. I don't know if he's gonna turn it into a business. Do you think that's good happen? Kevin or I would hope not hope. Nobody would fund that business. He said the project was kind of a joke, but now it's a fulltime project. That's scary. Yeah. So guys were building a world where we're giving the tools of destruction before two zero boys. In fourteen year olds are gonna take it boys, some girls, you know, that's what teenagers do. They make poor decisions. It's not what I did. I did some packing when I was that age. But it was mostly changing the names of characters video games to me and my friends slate. So we would play video games instead of Dr J, Larry Bird playing basketball. It would be me and my next door neighbor would be showing on the screen with our names on Stor. I know I mean that that's fun hack this not so much. Apparently he thinks it's fun. So all right. We'll maybe one day we'll get microphones throughout our house that will detect teenage boy, hacking, but until then schools and hospitals are using them for weird weird stuff. So they are using them to detect quote unquote aggression, which I understand because of all of the terrible tragedies. We've had it in public places where somebody just goes off people lose their lives needlessly. But it gets back to that cost of privacy. Mindy, wannabe walk. Through hostile knowing that you're being listened to the whole time. Maybe won't even know to be honest. I don't know if it'd be disclosed to you. I think disclosure and something like this is important and a promise to delete the recordings and some sort of independent audit to make sure that that's actually happening because I think about things again were dealing in schools. Not necessarily hospitals with teenagers in teenager sale at a stupid stuff in. They should have the ability to say that stupid stuff and not have it haunt them for the rest of their lives. I agree. So this is on the scary side. Right. And I guess the kicker here is the algorithm. They're using to detect aggression isn't pure reviewed. It's not it's not really proven so you can set it off by again, doing all kinds of things at teenagers, actually often do like scream. Or clearly, this isn't one hundred percent foolproof either. That's the other thing, I've noticed. There was a three year trial at the valley hospital in Ridgewood, New Jersey. And after three years, they're phasing them out, because there were a lot of things like somebody, speaking loud, would set it off. Or somebody slamming cash. Register in the cafeteria would set it off. So they tweaked it to make it less sensitive than they missed a very agitated person was screaming pounding on a desk. So it's clearly not foolproof people are weird. They can go from zero to sixty in like no time. So like those people. On the flip side. Here is like microphones, always on microphones being used possibly not transparently in for something that may not even be accurate. Researchers at the university of Washington announced last week that they could detect heart attack. So the breathing associated with heart attacks, they could figure it out, and they tried it on and Amazon echo. So the idea is they envision some sort of echo, like device or microphone based device, that could listen for this in people's homes in quickly sent help, if there's a heart attack now, that's in my opinion too invasive in the that's problem is I think already solve with wearables. I would agree with you on that. I would say, though, that having a forty dollar device like an echo dot in someone's nursing home, for example, detecting that sort of thing could be more cost effect. Active than a wearable. True. Sure. Sure. You moved to Washington state. Neither defending the university of Washington. That's exactly what's happening. I don't actually I would not want this in I'd be curious though, if I were someone who has had a history of heart attacks would that change my acceptance of something like this, and would a robust data privacy policy like I really don't know unlike ROY and I don't know either. But I think about it in people who have a history of heart disease, or they've suffered a heart attack already, the probably don't mind showing out money from modern devices that probably do a better job. Well, but what about insurance? So insurance could look in this and that could be like, well, this is I mean, the nice thing about insurance getting involved as it would have to be actually proven effective. Unlike the aggression detection. But if you could prove that, and then only the insight so not the meditate it self. But just the inside of this person is having a heart attack. If there were enough. Data protections in place. I would do it, but there would have to be enough data protection in place that we are not there, yet as people do not. So did you see what you can do with sound and also terrifying? Okay. Let's talk about smart factories. The US is home to, to use smart, batteries Schneider Electric last week. They have a factory in Lexington Kentucky that builds load centers and safety switches, these are those things that are outside your house. Well in industrial settings there outside on where they are industrial setting but they control the electricity going in and out to various places in the building. That was a terrible explanation. But that's what they do, unless we had the C I ocean electric on the show if you missed that go check her out, she's pretty cool. But what they're doing with their smart factory. Is there turning it into a showcase for their EKO structure products, which is building management software that ties into the factory automation offer, and all of this other. Or stuff. So the goal here is sustainability. I think it's interesting, they've got a couple other smart factories. When in France, there's one in Mexico and they they've seen actually things like a twenty percent reduction in meantime, to repair on their critical -ment. They've eliminated ninety percent of their paperwork or limited paperwork by ninety percent. So some of those things are cool. I think the investment to actually implement this may seem like a lot. But when you start looking at the alive, I think the pay back is pretty quick. I think if this is the investment it takes to lake put broadband in your home. That's a cost. But the value that sits on. Top of that is amazing. But that's just me. All right. The other smart factory was announced this week. It is Erickson. They are going to build their first fully automated smart factory in the US. Unlike the Schneider Electric factory, this is going to be built that when Artie exists, and it is going to build hit fenced in Tennessee system radios. So this is like your multi mo- Ennis. Those are fun, so Erickson. Doesn't have a location. I guess they're still negotiating with various economic development groups. My guess is you wanna smart factor to show people how cool, your places also did announce a new orangey site, which just happens to be where you used to live Austin. Austin, actually, has a lot of five G research AT and T and Intel have research center there, if got lots of wireless, engineers there. So this makes sense the point here. Smart-tv actuaries. They're all the rage this week or maybe June is smart factory month. Who knows? Also in the smart factory front. There is a new raspberry pi that is crazy. Powerful this is the raspberry pi four. They're saying it's designed for industrial IOT applications. It probably can be used for that. But of course, I was on campus of my comp side class in I saw this news and we all want one and we're not industrial were Industrias. But we wanna buy one of these just for our code projects and other little efforts. It's got a quad core, arm cortex as seventy two processor, running, and one point five gigahertz. That's crazy. I think, well my last Matt book granted that. Right. Right. I took a look to seek is, of course. Everybody asked me when I told him about this news, will, what's different from the raspberry pi already have some of them have the pie three or or older runs. The price starts at thirty five dollars gets you a gig ram. You also have options forty five and fifty five dollars to two or four gig of ram. Which that's great for like for the types of things. We would use it for also, it's USB see, for the power, which is awesome needs to be do a speed mini was eating once. Yeah. And they have added to act, well at one, so it now has to HDMI out puts other many HD my ports, so you can run up four K on two simultaneous HDMI displays. Yeah, in that's really interesting for the industrial IOT people because you could start playing with things to set up sensors, you could actually put the in monitor the information from. The sensors, you could run applications on this that are fairly sizable. So, hey, thirty bucks or maybe fifty. The other thing is from an industrial standpoint like most consumers probably just by the pie and use to make it like a desktop computer or Lennox box at cetera. But having the I o pins and the ability to add caught several dozen options of other radios other sensors, so on really, I think speaks to the industrial market this, that's exactly what we use for pancreas in the cloud or are hacking diabetes project. We added a, an R F radio hat that fit onto our pie. So you get so many choices. Yeah. And I am assuming that there will be rugged is cases for this because that is the other thing a pie is just a board. You can't just leave that in an industrial environment in expects last. Yeah. I bought cases I didn't buy rugged is ones, but, you know, for five or ten bucks, usually case mine in here. Hear my hand. In fact, it's a clear case. I can see the parts in win over nothing moves. I don't know why it went all computer. Yes. Something moves on that thing or you see sparks, you should probably unplug it. Yeah. That'd be bad. It would. And then I saw this device, and I got super excited. This is the polar smartwatch. What it does is, it's the polar ignite. It basically tells you where you're at in your day or if you should exercise or maybe not train a little train too hard. It combines like your sleep data, your workout data, all of this to help you optimize your workouts, and I like this because I love my fifth, charged three which is what I'm currently wearing I love counting steps. I love all that. But at the end of the day, it doesn't actually tell me how to change to improve things right? It does actually, give me a nudge, every few hours to get up and walk. But for the most part, it doesn't feel super smart. Just feels like a data logging device. But this. This feels smart. So I thought this was cool. Yeah. It's not terribly expensive either. It's two hundred thirty dollars for the device, -ly ignite GPS has GPS per people run or bike at cetera. And so on your point about the actual smartness of using the data analyzing and giving you actionable information is, is key. It's not the first watch to do that. And I say that because I have a Garmon forerunner to forty five on my wrist right now that have had for about six weeks, pretty much does the same thing. And I come more value from that than I would have expected stead of just telling you presentable held many hours of sleep you got. And what the different stages were in the time in those stages. It actually has a feature called body battery, and basically, if your body batteries, one hundred full charge, and you wanna go train har- go run marathon, today's the day to do at cetera. It does that also reduces the body battery based on how many steps you've taken your heart rate throughout the day in your your. Workouts, and so on. So it's, it's actually it is useful have been days, when I'm like, I think I'm okay to go do a long run. I look at the watching like the washes and things, so I think I will rest up to that. So what I'd like you to do? This is highly informal, but I think it'd be interesting is to having now experimented with the body battery for a few weeks. I would like without you looking at your body battery to guesstimate where it's at, at the same point in time, each day, right guesstimate, where it's at in write that down. And then check it in. See how on point because I'm curious like you may feel awesome. It's like you're not so awesome. So do you want to do that? I can do that. In fact, I mean before had this feature just go off of my feel. Right. They were times when I felt great. And I go say, I'm gonna go do eight mile loop over around the on the trail near my house, and yet, I'd get two or three into it. And I'm like, what was I thinking today? My body's not responding. Well, right. So it's let's, let's conduct a experiment of one, and if anyone else has anything like this feel free to follow along and do that experiment to just because I, sometimes I worry that like they're influencing that computers trusting the algorithm for sure. Yeah. Yeah. Without a doubt, put Garmin and polar. I've used both of their devices before I still have a are watch. They've been working towards this with different indices and, and such and to be honest, I feel just from my experience, that they're worth trusting. All right. In terms of the odds at like that, that's a good thing. Okay. For those of us with a is gonna say, who are too lazy to clean their house. But really this is for anyone Google assistant can now support and control robot mops. They could control roomba vacuums for a while. Yeah. But this is a way for developers to add support to the smart mobs that are out there roomba or I robot makes some of those others do as well. So what Google is done as basically extended what the vacuum class was for, for developers to make skills, and such to now it has a mop device type. So. I mean, I don't have one of these kind of wish I did. But I don't think they clean very well. I'm sure they're better now. But the last one, I tested it was not an awesome clean, but that was like the first generation 'Brava so. But could be it could have come a long way by now. All right. So it feels like we're at that moment in our show, when it is time to talk to our listeners. It is time for the IOT podcast hotline, which is sponsored by pharaoh with the fifth largest IOT pad portfolio of the world affair provides a proven IOT platform that doesn't risk your brand. A feral customers have experienced as much as an eighty percent reduction in time to market and tennis higher activation rates should learn more at a Phero dot I. Oh, all right. This month on the IOT podcast hotline if you call us at five one two, six to three seven four two four. We're giving away a wise sensor, pack and camera. So yes, you could buy this for forty bucks, but you could also maybe when it so I say, give us a call. And maybe we'll also answer, your smart question. This week's question comes from body. Let's hear it. Hi, my name is Bobby, and my wife and I just bought a house, and well have many other questions other recommendations the thing, I'm looking at right now is be detector sensors. I was giving a Honeywell lyric one for free and like it, but when of looking at buying more really expensive there were so I was just trying to figure out recommendations for other ones. I know some of my thoughts were the Samsung smart things, but I didn't know if there was any other leak detectors that you guys recommended a smirk detectors. Thank you very much by, oh, Bobby, I was so excited because you have already in your hot little hands. My favorite leak detector, which is kind of expensive, but the Honeywell lyric wifi water leak and freeze detector is a baller device. And I like it so much because it's accurate. But it's also got this long tail that wraps around pipes it detects like I said, leaks and freezing pipes in, I think, is just so much more. Effective than winning for, like a puddle to reach a sensor. That's just sitting there on the floor. So it feels like you get more coverage, but it does come at a price in that prices eighty bucks for that sensor. Which is a lot and it only works with the echo, ecosystem. It does not work with Google assistant. So that is the one you already have. I'm gonna recommend if you are hard core interested in leak detection, to go with one of the smart home whole-home leak detection monitors. They are racy though. The cheaper one is the flow by Mohan, that is a five hundred dollar device. What you do those? Yeah. But when it does, is it measures, the water flowing through your pipes and uses an algorithm here we are again to detect changes in water pressure. And it will detect not just like catastrophically, but it also detects slow leaks or things like a toilet flapper. That's not. Secured, not not flapping flapping. Like I, I don't know how to describe it. You gotta replace the flapper, if you hear the water running all the time, it actually uses a lot of water who knew. And this is awesome. Because it automatically turns off your water so is it expensive? Yes, is a possible. You might get a discount from your insurance. Maybe. But it's not going to be a huge discount. Nobody the key differences is not just a detector, it can actually shut the water off, and you're not gonna find that with just a sensor. I mean, there's lots of sensors that will do detection, there is if you're not home, when they detected will probably you gotta call a friend. So the other option in this category is VIN. It's the same thing, this actually means a plumber to install it. The other one does too when you're betting with your water main, you should probably get a plumber is my recommendation. The Finn is seven hundred dollars Finn as a company that was spun out of Belkin. It also was created a partnership with the plumbing company called for. So it's pricier but it has quality brands behind it. I've never tested any of these devices because. Well, because now I've moved into a rental house and beforehand they weren't actually ready for testing. So these are relatively new. But so I don't know how you feel about that. What about the buoy, folks? Oh, yes. Because you're already in the Honeywell ecosystem earlier this year, I think it was March Honeywell actually it's no longer hunting residual as these smart home company that's behind the smart home Honeywell gear. So the gear still Honeywell the company making it now as called resilience because spun out so resil- bought buoy, which was an MIT lab space company that also made a whole home device. Now it is unclear exactly what Honeywell is going to do with that. They talk about making their sensor leak detection system smarter, but you cannot buy the buoy system anymore. So. I don't know what to tell you there. Right. I mean as far as other non whole-home options. I mean, there's, there's a number on the market that are probably less expensive than the lyric. Yes. But we're really flogging the whole home really hard. So. Yeah. Well, if you wanna do it, right. And you have the budget for it, I think that's the way to go. But if not, you know, you can do it for a lot less, just wanna look for ones, like the lyric that have looking extendable cable to improve your coverage of leak detection. Yes. So one option that also has an extendable sensor, cable that can be like, oh, I preaching. I'm wet in extend. Your coverage is the de link wifi water sensor. It's a little cheaper. It's sixty bucks from dealing as opposed to the eighty bucks for the Honeywell version. It's also wifi and cut performs the same function. I can't remember if I've tried this or not. But with this one, it doesn't have an integrated siren in the Honeywell definitely does because you have to like. Disconnected to actually stop the siren, which was one of my problems when viewed the Honeywell is like, oh, this is kind of a pain, but really useful when there's actually king house, less fine when you're testing and leaking things left and right. But really good when there's an actual leak. Those are options. There's also without the cable for twenty bucks. You can get a Samsung smart-t thing water leak detection, sensor that you just stick near troublesome spots, and that just has contacts on the bottom of it, not any cable like that. So in their in their several of those, I mean tons of companies make those if you buy one of those, a lot of them are cheaper because they use as a B or is he wave radio and you're gonna need a hub. So just bear that in mind if you're but their battery life will be amazing. The dealing Quynh has to actually be plugged in it looks like so keep that might lots of options many options, so for my money if I were doing it all over again, I would probably do the smart home. Whole-home detection. But I would also before I buy it call my insurance company and be like hi, is there a way to get a discount? If I do this just in case. All right. So that hopefully answers your question. Bobby ORR, gives you a lot of options and you might be overwhelmed by them. And we're sorry, but thank you for calling and everyone else. Please give us a call five one two six two three seven four two four and you will be entered to win the wise sensor pack in camera. All right now, I would love for everyone to stay tuned for our guest, who is comedy stem, the CEO of monarch bio, she is going to be talking about how we can it's actually relevant to what we talked about earlier because she's talking about how we can certify wellness in medical devices as accurate. So these algorithms, that were relying on, like, maybe your body battery they would actually look at that and see how accurate is for in a peer reviewed kind of setting. So she's gonna talk about why. Do we need that the future of medicine and a lot more? Stay tuned for her. But I a message from this week sponsor technologies. Hey, everyone. We are taking a quick break from the internet of things podcast. For a message from our sponsor this week sponsor is Dell technologies. And I have Jason shepherd who is CTO of IOT an edge at Deltec -nology. So Jason lest I we talked about Dell technologies efforts. It was around FX foundry, so let's start off with an update about where that is in why. It's so important, we took a look at the market actually back in two thousand fifteen and we're looking at all the platforms were proliferating in this problem shaping, where there was this need to have more flexibility in how solutions were deployed taking these cloud native principles. You see you spring all over the place in, in cloud, architectures and extending them to the edge, where you have the ability to kind of rapidly, deploy different functions around, you kinda common elements. So think of Jax for not, as like what Android did for mobile the ability to create a marketplace of commercial value. Add around just enough in terms of open API is bind together all the. Inherently heterogeneous components within OT. So we, we architect it based on the seat back from a bunch of partners and customers than put it into vendor. Neutral open source as a project within the Lennox donation, that was the initial goal come up with architecture collaborate in vendor. Neutral open source, and then once that gets going, then you use that as the ical to create a commercial value. Add on top of it. I mean, imagine the internet without open interoperability FX is really about creating that open baseline that then you can start building value without reinventing the wheel. All right. So what is still strategy with ethics? And how does that relate to your open edge stack? Yeah. So our strategy is get that going. But, you know, foundationally we're, we're about creating consistent infrastructure. Always say we built the gut for partners bring the glory. We want this open ecosystem with has to that, so that you can then scale out relationships, you can have best in breed solutions coming together around common core, you will attach our security and manage. Tools to this stack that opening PI, of course you can use them standalone, but when used with jets and those API's, you get the benefit of the vendor neutral, ecosystem to our strategy realize the build up infrastructure on top of it. So what is the status of Entex right now? We're going one auto is going commercial. You know, there's actually companies that are basing business models around FX. I attack as an example, as company that's creating red hat model around offering commercially supported versions of it. Then you have companies like Rattus red edges, a database optimized for time series data. But then they've all they've also got support for tensor flow. For analytics, they've made a decision to kind of plug into it. So you can you can replace the visting database in there with reddish. If you'd like whip rose out there publicly talking about using, there's a whole initiative, sponsored by intolerant. Open, retail based on Jax, it's just examples of commercial value downloads, or going up, very quickly, April twenty five hundred downloads, you know, may forty five hundred and it's just starting to ramp. So we're definitely seeing that ramp hit out in the market. And where can we go to find out more about Dell technologies and the open stack, go pick dot com slash not a good starting point. And then there's links to learn more. Hey, everyone, welcome back to the internet of things podcast. This is your host Stacey Higginbotham. And today's guest is come a-this stim-, who is CEO and founder at monarch bio networks, high comedy. How are you doing great? Thanks for having me, baby. Oh, I'm really excited because we're gonna talk about what if my favorite topics, which is this concept of digital snake oil and the idea that we have all of these companies and devices, they're coming onto the market. That say, hey, I'm gonna make your life better. Make you healthier. But as consumers, we really don't have a sense of, how accurate any of these are. We don't understand where doctor may not want her Fitbit data or random other data from our connected mattress or something. So you're gonna tell us a little bit about. Why things are the way they are. So let's I get started with your background because it ties directly into why you founded your company or. Yeah. Thanks. Will I actually am from the fun simple background? I have been a clinical researcher for about twenty plus years across Mokpo from physical companies and I've led team that actually execute clinical trials for the development of new treatments new drugs new devices before and about six years ago, I started heading up an innovation team. How could we actually reduce the time and talk of the child because they make up a good seventy percent of what it takes to make them your drug, which is about two point six billion dollars in about twelve years nowadays. And as I was doing this, I realized that, you know, what we do in clinical trials, and we generate data and to ensure the safety and advocacy of drug that goes out on the market. What I realize is that we highly rely on the data that's generated in the clinic and all new wearable sensors that are coming out. Hit us the possibility of collecting data in between the clinic, which is the comp-. Clearly new set of data that we've never had before that could really help us understand, how patients are doing in between clinic in the context of their own home, so that got me really excited about the internet of things and all the devices, but I also think it's really important just having a lot of data isn't enough. You actually have to transform it into evidence that you can trust. And that can totally inform not only the research and treatment of new drugs. But also, how can actually influence how drug they're used or how care is provided? So that's a super tall order. Let's start there, because that's like the core of the issue, which is it sounds like it's a mix of Hayes, this device reliable inaccurate consistently probably across a bunch of populations. And then the other is, is this device actually useful in detecting, or monitoring specific disease? Then I don't know if there's another. To this is there. Yeah. Let's start with devices. I think that's a good way to start. And maybe we can use a case, damp, rooks, Monir. We create patient research network. These are communities of people that have a condition, and they are interested in contributing data and pulling it together to give better insights for research. So we started in that work and idiopathic. Pulmonary fibrosis and in, I to the rare lung the, the way they measure progression of the by doing opponent function clinic now since then there's been some companies though to divide a barometer which is what measures your lung capacity and exertion effort when the blow measures laxity in your lungs there men factors develop devices that could actually measure that in the home so homes from atro- now how they get this FDA cleared a five ten k clearance, they call it and basically, what that does. Tell you that, that, that particular device will consistently measure a person's lung function, the in the home. That's all it's how, but how do you use it? How do you how do you know that it correlates? And that's where research is really important. So we integrate that into a clinical trial. And we said we wanna know if patients can actually consistently use the device, from the home accurately, meaning the measurement that they take from the device and the measurement of using an inclination. Frometa is the same so I think that's really important to make sure that we're doing trials and research to validate not that the device work that actually works in the context, and which is going to be because these things will be used to inform decisions. And it's not the same as, hey, my apper directions, didn't quite work. This is hey, I could make a clinical decision on treatment Brong really hurt someone's it's really important that we value. Dated in the context, that it's us, we integrated that device into the trial. And we measure the patients using this from it or from the home, as well as measured that data or we compared that data to the data that we generated in the clinic, and look for a strong correlation. Okay. This is interesting because aspera meter is actually a tool that has been used for probably not forever. But this is an established medical device. So the only new thing here was connecting it and then making sure that patients could use it accurately in the home. Correct. Well, then another affect of it in Frometa you had to do a lot of calibration, so even in clinical trials when I've you in clinic Frometa as we needed to train, all the folks to make sure they're calibrating right now these new in-home Frometa actually calibrate info, and then the patient blow, and it'll tell them immediately, whether they had a glow or not. So give them directly back by they use the device. Right. And then the data get connected and. And brought in towing. Awesome. So that is very different than me saying, like one of my products that I really think it would be perfect for. I o t in the home in for Besson would be like a device where when my child has a cough, I could have her cough into my Amazon echo. For example, in have the AI on the device say, oh, that is totally something should go to the doctor right away or that's the common cold. Don't stress just yet. I lived in fear of my daughter, getting croup or something terrifying. And it was like his added the croup cough, but I'm a little weird anyway. So what happens if you have an entirely new device, that maybe isn't a medical device or if you wanna bring something like a common wearable, or an Amazon echo or something else in two navy clinical testing, what might that process look like what needs to happen there? Or maybe it won't happen at all because that's crazy now. No, no. It's really important. Actually, were starting to introduce more of these devices imprint. Clinical trials because the reality is more and more. Patients are using devices and bringing it into the doctor and saying, so when you think of data and the clinician, they're like, oh, I don't know that a lot of data. I don't really see it. The we're starting to clinical trial my variances name. Right. The medical book of the future. Right. So we need to start introducing devices and doing research, in the same way that here is an example of how we went I've previously done and introducing some of these wearable. So, for example, we have study for hemophilia now, one of the challenges, with hemophilia is people accommodate to their disease. They're afraid they're going to get a bleed. So they stopped moving around a lot or participating in that titties and so forth. And so we measure the impact on the folly of life. Typically what we've done is we'd ask questions of the patient. So we do serving as a very you know they're not very objective. They're pretty objective of what the patient might be. Thinking, but if we could affected on them, and we actually measure their activity very passably, we might actually see and we actually did see a difference in patient's as they took the treatment, and they had left the bleed they became more competent actually became more active. But we could objest the ring many here now that impact outside of the clinic in their daily lives. That's a powerful way to use that data. That is awesome. And so when you were doing that. How did you have to evaluate the Fitbit for was it an actual vivid or was it something? Variety different sensors variety center. I think it's a matter of, you know, what's the precision in which you want the data, even you need really precise measurements. And oftentimes what you'll do is you'll try to validate the measurement in an earlier trial, so that you can use it in a registration trial, for example, with the FDA when you're submitting kind of your major study for approval for a drunk. But if you wanted to just depends on what the is it a primary endpoint of the secondary in is more of a impact and falling of life, and you're going to use that data to support discussions around getting reimbursed for that drug because it has a major impact on the fall of life of the patient, and their productivity just depends on how you're gonna use it as to what grade of precision you need. And that when you go to different devices, but I think also important to say, hey, if I'm developing something, where I'm going to incur age my clinician. To monitor activity in the patient. And you want them to not have to go by a lot of new devices, you wanna use something that's commercially available and commonly kinda depends. No that makes a lot of sense. I mentioned you could cut costs and boost participation if you had something, like, hey, if you have an apple watcher Fitbit, you're wearing what I need to enroll you. In the study, so exactly and that broad access for more people participate in the trial, which gives us a more diversity of patient, which then makes the data more generalize -able when the market, although then we have to deal with compliance issues 'cause I can't be the only person who's been dissatisfied with their step counting handed off to their kid to be like, hey, take this for while I know I'm only lying to myself, but is that something people are people are thinking about when they're thinking about the medical testing or compliance in the home? Absolutely. I mean, we're always looking at compliance and adherence, but then remember in? Clinical research, and clinical trials people are usually more compliance in that than they are the real world kind of an interesting face to figure out. Okay. This is the level of compliance, we achieved in the trial. We achieved that fame level in the real world. And that's really important, even after we do these trial that we continue to new trials in the real world and do things on, you know, bring your own device. Bring your own where all or whatever. Because then we really understand what happens in the context will nice. All right. So you had mentioned earlier that clinical trials are kind of the future of medicine where we're heading. So I am curious with what you're doing today in where you guys with monarch wanna take clinical trials where do you think the future of medicine is heading at monarch? Our vision is that research integrated into care, and that we have to Lee learning helps with them dynamic, and adapts very quickly, so you're not waiting to have. Visit with your doctor, you're generating data and the date of informing you in that same way for constantly integrating research into care, then we're learning very quickly and new solutions are being adopted very quickly. So to give you an example, when a new medical device or procedure drug is approved. It takes another seven years for to actually be adopted an integrated care. Unbelievable. Right. Is there there the huge gap between when something is an approved and integrated care? We imagine a world where you're constantly integrating research into care, then you're going to be able to exceleron that adoption. In addition, more and more clinical decisions will be very data driven because it's almost like every decision you're making a trial of end of one because. You've got so much data in your hands. And as we get to more personalized and customize medicine that the way we need to operate. I like it. All right. So if we're moving towards this world, I know that we've been talking about what you call is regulatory grade evidence. But what else do we need it feels like we might need our physicians to, to change a little bit? I don't know if there's much we can do as patients, but tell me where the holes. Huge, huge hole that we have right now is, we put a major investment across the US, who digitizing all of our health records, and there's been a lot of what it into that. But the all of that digital data is sitting in silos, so it's really important that in order for us to really get robust evidence, we need to get larger pool the beta and people need to share their data in a way for the greater good. And we have to figure out how do we do that in a secure client ways so that privacy isn't as well as that we, we can have innovations on path of that. But the data itself is not the I t I think we have to get over the whoever hold. The data has the I T if whitening do with that data that makes the difference. So we need to shift from owning data to act, thing data and sharing data. So I think this is awesome, except I read a story, probably. Probably a couple months back about. It was a C Pap machine that ensures or paying for and interest gathering data from these connected. He Pat machines and they were looking to see if the patients were actually using it in if they weren't they were cutting off insurance payments for the CPAP machine rental in one hand, I get it. You don't wanna pay for something that someone's not using, but on the other hand, the patients didn't actually realize this was happening nor at their doctors in. So I think it's good to talk about privacy. It's even better to talk about in the context of how we're gonna pay for things, and how who's going to have access to data not just to build a business, but even to make kind of care decisions. I don't know if you've got any ideas around this, but I feel like feel like we've got to do something before we start implementing too much data into the medical room. Yeah. I think transparency is really important with me Hooper trips barrel on who have access to the data. Giving people the right to make a decision on who has access to the data and what they're doing with it. Nita. You use an interesting vampire, because my mother actually uses the department Shing, and she's well aware that if she doesn't use it, her benefits, get removed or reduced or whatever. And certainly she games a little bit. Like she's like, okay, I I put it on for a minimum of five hour, and then I it off. And like on the point of it is that, you know, you don't you don't get hurt during the process because you had sleep apnea. But anyway, a mission using it for those four or five hours. Right. But she's very aware that they're measuring her and what the consequences will be. So actually helping our be more adherent than I think she would if she wasn't. However, I don't disagree with you that you have to there needs to be transparency, there needs to be understanding of how it being you. And what's the greater good that happening as a result of it being used? It's fair because in some cases like I have no problem donating my blood test, eight or maybe as my echocardiogram or whatever data. That might be interesting. Ng to science rate, I might say, yeah, I totally want you to have this data for research. But I would balk considerably giving that data to an insurance firm or maybe to my corporation as part of like a wellness plan. I think that raw data is something that it's not it should be protected because this kind of data can be used to infer some really crazy things in overtime will make Laura correlations, and we will be able to infer a lot more from that data. And I don't think there's a way to put that genie back in the bottle once it's out. Yeah, I would agree with you. And I think, you know, we have to be really careful to where the data goes. And I think Mark me believe the patients on their data their Nate. They're generating it, they're the ultimate of, of it. They should have the right to determine where it goes. What's interesting is when you're released sick with a life threatening chronic billeting disease. You're more than willing to contribution that data one just just so in hopes that a treatment will be developed for yourself or for your, your children, or to just that you had really great care. And a lot of people would think I had really great care from the society, and I'm going to donate a bunch of money to them and not everyone has the means. And so for some folks, even understanding, how valuable the contribution of their data is really important for them because it can be a gift. And what about doctors medical professionals because I know that I will come to my doctor and I'll be like, here's my data in there. Like, please take it out of my face. I don't want it. How do we get them? And and maybe maybe it is, you know, clinically validated. But how do we get them on board? And give them the tools to actually be able to use this information in providing care. Yeah, I think that's Clin core. Researchers really important because peer repute validated trusted sources of information right now are peer reviewed article publications and book novel school truly important. That's the way to deliver the information to them in a way that they're used to is really important to integrate into their workflow. They're super busy over work. And when we come in with a data set, they're not seeing or, you know, many of them want to help, but they don't have the time for time in the currency that we have to figure out how is an increased by the introduction of more data. So I think those are two important things think about in making sure we're delivering evidence through publications and review. In to that it's integrated into workflow awesome. All right. Come the thank you so much for coming on the show today. I feel like I've learned a lot and I'm actually cautiously optimistic about advancing medical care. Thank you. Yeah. There's credible opportunity ahead of us with both technology and medicine and patients themselves being more empowered to be part of the solution. That's it for this week. Thanks so much for listening. And remember, if you'd like more is not news. Sign up for my newsletter at Stacey on IOT dot com. We'll see you next week.

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Lunchbox Guesses Weight + Graffiti In Amys Neighborhood + Guitar Riff Game

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Lunchbox Guesses Weight + Graffiti In Amys Neighborhood + Guitar Riff Game

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And he's whatever he wants all he wants just And what do you usually have to have some kind of pizza and then some kind of ice cream or is there a hundred and twenty pounds. That's almost my weight. It almost always wanted me to be fair at one fifty seven as of this morning. Now you set your goals high. You can lose one of me all right. Can you lose any more weight or do you want to. I don't think I mean I probably could but I feel good. Yeah Yeah I don't like it a scale anymore. Ever this guy my my hero and I might even kidding like. That's that's a really awesome thing. That story inspires you today. Just it's tiny tiny steps that turned into a small steps to turn on a medium. Step the next thing you know. Yes I'm GonNa accomplish and you feel good about it so you do more of it. I mean that's really the key to any sort of success. So take your tiny step today. 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Let your show and Dan Charlottesville and Richmond. But y'all just really had become friends with you and I just really remember. I remember you come back you dude. Yeah Yeah we're getting married next month that's right so I guess coming down backstage and hanging out like before the show. Listen I hope okay people here this to realize that we don't just talk the game like we really do feel like your friends to Jordan. Glad that because I believe when we saw each other last time you said that you were. You're better better on the road to recovery right now along we love to hate. Thank you so much for the call and and I appreciate you reaching out to us and sharing that story with this Gal I appreciate Jordan show up to this story. GOES FROM NAPA California to women walked into an ULTA beauty store still thirty. Six hundred dollars worth of purview. And and they got away scot-free only problem is they forgot to take the pants off their license plate they cover. The weight drove away and then like a few miles later. What are police officers like? Man I can't see that license plate it's covered with paintings. I'm GONNA pull them over and they found the perfume in the backseat couple things one. Yeah if you commit a crime time you got to follow through to panic cringe. Now they really do. There's a picture of the paintings on the licensed boy. I know. But you'd saying that word it's weird to me. What about when I say? It is a cringe-worthy just now I mean I don't love pennies but it. It's definitely different when you say it versus him along fair to him. But I completely agree with you. I mean gene sorry lunchbox Stat Yoga panties. Sorry it's giving all right there you go. That's your bone much. That's boneheads story of the day. It's time for the good news on this girl. Ashley Shoe Shopping at target hit in Missouri and. She bought a book when she got home. She was flipping through the book and found a five dollar. Bill Inside Melissa's weird was. She continued through the book. She came came across a peak sticky note that was tucked between chapters and it said to the person who buys this book. I'm having a tough day. I thought maybe I could brighten someone else's with this this little surprise. Go buy a coffee. Doughnut or facemask Love Lisa. So then she ashley the girl about the book. She ended up posting this on twitter and got got tons of likes and retweets and it's kind of being spread out like random act of kindness and more and more people are kind of mimicking even without the spreading random acts of kindness. I like that. Yeah having a bad day like them again doing something for someone else to make you feel better so that was her way of of doing that. All about all right there. That was telling me something good translating see see. Here's a question for you. How often do you kiss your spouse if I see him every day? Some sort of a Kiss S. daily once the at least one point many times a day if you see him for sure once once. But I'm average more. I mean you just gone for sure once that lunchbox weekdays at least three times on weekends at least six. Oh Wow okay. So you're very much during the weekdays and they've been married a lot longer. Amy Yeah for you talking valley making out or kissing well. I'm I'm picturing like the kiss you give when you walk out the door. Experts found the strongest relationships kissed on a daily basis with the strongest kissing at least three times a day. Oh Oh wow. lunchbox is right on how long you been married lunchbox almost four years. Amy You twelve. You look back unless you go. That's cute. Aw this'll be fun. I'll play you a famous artist singing before they became the famous artist. Okay write your answer down this. This artist is playing guitar and singing at her family Christmas party. This is before she ever had a record deal. Go name the artist. Aw Aw can you name that right there. Wow that's an artist. Way before their famous playing and singing at their family Christmas party. This this is pretty cool. Fun Game Yeah. Yeah go ahead. I'm I'm thinking of who she is. Though I think I'm in how she's a guess. Amy Tricia Earwood. I wanted to say REBA. But it's that audio sound a to new software. Carrie what do you like a black and white movie reba has been around a long time so they audio is not going to be that quality. Eddie Shania the the answer is somebody's right. The answer is here tonight when she was before record it before they were famous. Can you name this artist this is from a TV audition. Okay here you go. We'll raised on country classics lack Ruia Fan. George Jones can lower to hear room seeing all them mole. Tom Jones how we feel about naming Scott Perry Scotty McCreery Eddie American Idol Scotty McCurry Curry right next up. This singer. Now in her thirties was eighteen years old at the time this was accorded here. We go MOUSE BRAHMA brand new. There is a real. Oh Good God into what you got there. Amy Is the so hard I feel like. It's I feel like it's like the tip of my tongue but then not sorry I got Casey Must Grays. That's it two more thirty nine these artists before they were famous. This was from a youtube cover from seven years ago. Radio on the concern. Obviously singing blue. Brian Salt yes. And I think I got it amy chaser Jason so good right plus talks to my boy Cole. Swindell now I manage voice has gotten a lot better Lou Colmes Xiaomi Luke Combs Score Eddie four nation the station. Am You missed one. You know okay job. That was luke. I'm monitoring assay. Let's do one more from an old movie. Okay Eh. And this is him and his dad's singing and playing Joe. Joe Tiffy third rock from the Sun. Okay here we go it In guessing little boy. So He's you sell just the same. I'm not saying that I'm in totally I'm Chris Stapleton. Let's Thomas Word context. Tom's all right. Thank Radio Mike. 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It Quick Battery Test Today and make sure you let your family know to check their batteries to find your closest interstate batteries dealer at interstate batteries DOT COM interstate interstate batteries dot com and you can also check it out on facebook to interstate batteries. Amy is known as not the S. driver to Y'all give we've rented with you like that was your reputation back in the day and then we wrote it again and you hit a curb you got flipped off you go all in like five minutes. I don't know if you remember the old cartoon Mr Magoo who couldn't see industry people were just screaming the whole time always all like riding with you. It's scary. It's simply put scary. It's a little dramatic. No no okay okay. Well I didn't even know this. What happened tell everybody will happen? Well talked at but it was from the car in front of me not ever happened to me before. Normally my honks are coming coming from the side or behind but straight up in front of me. But I was driving my friend's car and I didn't know how to use everything and I had her brights. It's on and I didn't know it and I guess the car in front of me was hulking to notify me. Hey turn your bryce off. How do you even know? That's a car in front. He was honking at you because it was like honking waving and then I was like what like. They're talking to me like what is going on so I started looking around and that's when I realized oh I'm on high beams mm-hmm because it gives you that little light on the time I was thinking like what could it be but yeah that's annoying like if you've got if the car behind US rolls up with some bright it's coming through. Yeah but it. They decided to honk to let me know and it was like well. That's a I never heard of anyone from the front of you hawking as anyone else heard of that no yeah me either. Yeah so got anything dangerous or scary breaking the barriers of bad driving every day here there she is next time. You'll need a ride. Just I think about it. Disregard lunchbox goes to a hotel. Takes everything the toilet paper or the shampoo. If it's in there he takes it with them and not only that he calls people. They're also staying has. Hey will you bring me yours which we've talked about on the show and debated if it's Stealing or not and so he takes a microphone and and you go to a different hotel each time and talk to these people to three different hotels different variety different names different branches. You know because there's all different ones just to see their opinion on his at stealing or is it. Okay all right here is the first clipper unless you walk. Talks to a guy at the hotel go ahead. Can I ask you a quick question for when you check out. It's okay to take the shampoo the soap and all that with you right like that's not stealing and you put two rolls of toilet paper and there's why can take the extra role because I pay for doing the the same thing because you told away if I know right well the the U. Parts you so for whatever they right so I might as well take it home and use it for myself. Okay thank you. You don't just take the use soap if it's not us so they can use it again and also I think he wasn't allowed to say no he's he's like I mean I guess right even that fell shady a little bit trying to keep the customer happy. But here's the lunch asking different worker a different hotel if it's considered stealing go ahead. I've got a question for you when you check out when you're leaving the room. What's the rule on? Toiletries like the shampoo soap. Things like that. Are you supposed to take with you. Because I was told it's stealing my friend. Said you can't take that it's stealing so we're having a debate. That's not stealing they doubtful. That is what I'm talking about. See Say Bobby Amy. You're wrong. I've amy because they throw it away boom they do. We think he was saying that. Those the question now and I still don't know I mean really honestly if they don't they don't use the toilet paper they don't keep it there. I feel like don't they have like a little gold stickers they top sticker on there and it looks like it's new to us we're not even saying he's stealing right because it's there you're you're not gonna go to jail for it for saying a lot of the places donate and that he when he's asking Eddie to bring extra slow down. Take it home right. That's just a bit excessive One of the club here. We go got a question for you. I'm having a debate with my friends about when you check out of the hotel. The toiletries like the shampoo. The soap nope are you allowed to take it with you. You'RE NOT GONNA lose you love Collins and everything tells get what about toilet paper so so you say shampoo so you can take towels to temples on the show. Okay thank you well. Let's we got a dissenting ending opinion. There yeah so you have it. Well listen you're not stealing. You'RE NOT GONNA go to jail but thanks for trying lunch box and so what did you learn whenever you stay at a hotel bring me. The soaps is the shampoos and the toilet paper and we are all good. It's time for the good news swift Bondi. The school district in Rhode Island announce that we're going to give kids who owed money on their school. Lunch accounts a peanut butter and Jelly Sandwich instead of a hot lunch and and that was in the news. Because they're like. Hey you owe money. You can't get lunch anymore so the COO Shabani Yogurt heard about it and donated seventy seven thousand dollars to cover the school lunch death of the kids in the Warwick Public School system so they could actually eat a hot lunch right. Yeah Oh that's thanks. I was a free lunch kid because we couldn't afford launch and so I get government assistance lunch and I don't know and I depended on that. Yeah I like when these stories come out because it's a reminder that that's the thing you can give to for breakfast and for lunch at school because we don't always have food so I'll go to breakfast and I would eat cereal or whatever they had and then I would go for lunch. The weird thing was that they made a stand the free lunch line which you'd go to lunch and they made all the really poor kids. Yeah I'm standing in one line. We'll surely by now your school district. I just figured that out I would hope or if you're listening and you're in charge of that like find a way to not make kids stand out. It was so it was so humiliating whether you go shout out to the Shibani Vanni. CEO for for doing that. And that's about that was telling me something good in Alaska we bring in our friend. Lunch box walks. Who can talk to people on the phone and within five pounds guests their weight start back as a circus Mac and like the nineteen twenties? But some all you can do it by talking to people and put Debbie on I. Hey Debbie how are you hi. I'm good how are you. I'm real good. Have you ever heard this segment before. Yes all the time an archie like what in the world is happening. Yeah I don't know how he does it okay. So have you ever met lunchbox. You'll have you met myself by any chance. No I have not okay okay. So there's no friendship here. There's no secret relationship lunchbox. You'll get to ask questions for thirty seconds when I cut you off. You must stop asking a question. Got and then He. Well Guess Your weight within five pounds Debbie. Are you ready. I am ready Nagano. Stand up pack Debbie. Where are you from Howell Don? Well usually you say we're there from. I need a region of the of America I did. I said Texas a region. Yeah does that matter talk to you. Factors into something food interesting food and certain parts of Debbie well known in hold. Hold on a minute. We're going to start the timer and then from there you go. Hey can you pull the timer for me. Please like to have a timer running over here. I got my head right. Alright Alright lunchbox ready. Yeah all right here. We go in three two one and begin. Debbie how old are you. I am thirty nine. What's your biggest fear? My biggest fair What is your favorite Candy Bar Favorite Candy bar while I don't eat a lot of candy bars? But I guess one of my Go-to Kit Kat. I am five eight. How long have you been married married teen years? What's your favorite color? And how time there now. Amy Would you be able to buy those questions now not at all. Would you like to take a shot though. Even before he does to see. If you can do it now I feel awkward guessing. Yeah just go low amy. It's not that hard and more. US again five hundred fifteen years. She doesn't really candy. She likes the Kit. Kat hundred and thirty pounds okay. So that's your guest one hundred thirty. You're all okay. Oh Wow hey just like that. Debbie is amy wrong Iraq. Amy's is wrong you can get over that five pounds and is your thing. She's been married for fifteen years she doesn't sound like she eats a lot of junk food and I mean her favorite color is blue. That's easy when you love blue one hundred sixty pounds he says 163 Debbie. What do you weigh one sixty? Yeah I have a great day and you know what because you won the game. Go get a Kit Kat today reward gorge yourself. She one though she tried to four. You Owe Debbie. Do not get a kit. Kat Your punish all right. Let's go to Cara in Louisiana Cara. You're hearing this nonsense right. Yes yes and. Have you ever met us before all right lunchbox last questions for thirty seconds he will guess your weight eight within five pounds. Are you ready Yup and care where you from battery and how how many times you shower a day. What kind of car do you drive? Acura what do you do for a living insurance How tall are you seven? And how often do you go the drive thru per week one. What's your favorite fast food restaurant? WHOA talk about run for the border? Actually okay yeah she's from Baton Rouge sells insurance so she knows health is important so within five pounds. Can you catch this is Karen. Louisiana's wait. Yeah you know what I mean. She's going to be a little a bit lighter in our last caller because she's a little bit shorter lives in Baton Rouge. I'M GONNA say one fifty two fifty two so within five bounce one forty nine. I mean I don't know I don't get it look good. Let's go to jody. North Dakota Jodi Jodi. Can you stop our boy lunchbox. I hope so well. It's a trick here where he can talk to you on the phone and guess their weight within five pounds. It's my talking to them. We never met Jodi Jodi. Have we met before not have we ever exchanged. DMZ by any chance. Have we ever. What exactly the point? Ready Jodi Jodi Jodi from North Dakota North Dakota and get Jodi. What's your shoe size? What color your eyes? What's your favorite and TV? Show friends do you wear a bra every day. How many bedrooms in your house three do you soap or body wash? So what's your favorite kind of Coke Coke Soda Soda. Do you drink yell really drink pop. Okay what is your favorite breakfast food. Protein Jake okay. Wow Wow wow. Wow okay well. Let's yelling at callers. Yeah you and your size ten shoe you wear a Bra. Every day you liked the protein shake within five pounds lunchbox guys. She likes to work out. She knows what's up. She's got to be one forty four. He says one forty four within five pounds. Jodi what do you weigh. I don't like to work out but I weigh. They won forty eight the three genuine shock. Nice Day ooh. I'm Laurie Segal. I spent the last decade reporting on technology. I helped introduce the world to companies like instagram. An Uber when they were just a handful of people and an idea interviewing founders like Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey as companies quite literally changed the world. But now now I want to show you my silicon valley. It's a new weekly podcast series called. I contacted Laurie. Segal first contact will give you what I like to call dinner table access to tech leaders how I see them human we'll have nuance and sometimes emotional conversations about us. Humans and technology and we'll tackle ethical issues in the future because he's he's not complicated really quickly from engineers coding to surf the dating APPs to intimate conversations with tech leaders. 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The whole thing was weird and creepy well and then he reported the incident to police. Amy What do you think of it. I think somebody was hired to clean a house and they clean the wrong line and they just crushed it the wrong address but I mean they had to get in somehow earned. Did it say how they got in the guy said he may have forgot. Yeah and so they just. They're like like oh they left the door open breasts like you go home and everything is so clean so I think that's what I thought too and I laughed out loud. I don't no no no no. There's also another thing in my head. Is that somebody gifted that to him if I come home. And I don't know body for my birthday. They had hired good gifts. There's no there's no hypothetically hypothetically speaking yeah you get great gifts but yeah if you were if if I were to walk in and my whole house was totally professional cleaned with touches like that like a rose petals on the toilet paper I would be like. Oh Wow this is the best gift ever in other theories in the room watch box. You have a theory on this man. I thought that his wife may be hired someone and didn't tell him because she we started cleaning the house and so she was spending a little side money on a cleaner and hope and getting credit for herself when she was Eddie is he married my because I don't see any better. Why family home so I think he was? Just that's saying like it's probably a home with a few bedrooms. That's why I just took it as a married. I would think that's a hilarious joke. That's a practical joke. Play one on me but I'm talking about you go in and you do it. So so over the top flowers Oregon. And you're just like wait. What just happened like is? That's a pretty funny practical joke right. Nothing was missing. What if the police say like well what do they say? He said. He doesn't know due to the best theory. Is that it the accident now. Let's imagine if you will. You're the House that didn't you came home and and how closer you're on the floor. The company your toilet sitting there normal uh-huh Origami you were promised or on your paper hunting whereas paid extra for that so I thought it was super funding. Remember raise idea has business. What was your idea? And you're going to Eh. Yeah that's exactly what we do go into piece of people's houses and we clean it up and make it real tidy right. Before they go to bed they turned out and then you actually tuck them in. If they want right right the dogs would be taken out dishes done and then as a ready to go to bed turn down for what do you have any. Then you have another business business idea that you pitch to me. That didn't go on the air. With how can I get this shark tank theme because what I remember Raimondo held sometimes pitch me bits ninety ninety nine percent of the time. They're he's like I got a secret. It's about a country artist and it's some real salacious thing. I would never talk about these like I saw so and so it's so and so and around the but he pitched a bit. Okay okay. Let's see here. Let's go over to the shark. Tank Raimondo here. He has audio producer. Sir It may be a bomb. Because I don't remember what it was. Remedied what is your idea on the shark tank. Yes sharks. I came up with his idea at lunchtime. It was right after work. You know it was exhausted. I didn't have a place to take a nap. My house was too far and I thought maybe a lot of people that live in suburbia suffer from this issue. They don't have a place to take a nap so I would have a business where people would come to take naps. We have blankets pillows and you can just come into your bunk bed and take a nap for thirty minutes. And then you're out you go back to work and people just. I don't have a place to lay their head during the middle of the day they do at night. They go their house. But why make that commute when you could come to my business called Neuner mooner sooner. You're gonNA tell your friends about it. Why headlight in at noon? I don't know what that means. Don't worry about it. It's a place you get an excel is. It is a mobile bus with bunks. That's also a possible idea. I was thinking more of a store for more. I'm thinking you you drive around around and then you're in a afternoon business meeting people say hey why is he so upbeat and well rested. He had a new skype well. Jimmy yes so refresh today. What did you do well? I went by this business downtown. Had A neuner in like a little NAP pod. They actually had us a version of this in my college and people would just share blanket share pillows clean every night and the Banal after every person you clean frigging you have to put a freshman al every every noon and then I also thought there's honesty is there's a possibility to branch off into maybe partner with another company match Dot Com and then people started meeting people at the neuner location occasions. Now you're doing the hotel by the hour alkyl sharks. I'm I'm GonNa tell you what race I. This is. Always a morsel of great idea. Yes like turn down for what an neuner. Listen to my money. But there's something to with these portable drive around sleep pods there is. There's something there Raymond I'm not gonNA invest now but I do Meyer that you don't stop thinking We'll see you next time. I got two million dollar businesses right there all right. What's it called business again neuner? What's your what's your slogan? I had a neuner bobby bones show Danielle and the phone hidden. Hey Bobby how are you. What's happening not driving to work this morning listening to the show every morning? Thank you very much. Well what can I do for you. So I have a semi Colon Tattoo on my wrists already and after I read Grind Repeat I. I just decided that I really want ads. Like S. G. R. Tattoo already. And so I was is that in uh-huh handwriting interesting. Okay so let me explain to our listeners. What's happened is my last book? My second book is called fail until you don't fight grind repeat and what that means is that every day you have to wake up and decide what you fight us. This is not a bad thing. It's just you know. What is your goal in the grind is is when you really have to put in the work in the hard work even when nobody's watching and then when it doesn't work or even if it does you have to repeat that and it was kind of the mantra that I wrote about and that I live by called fight fight to grind repeat? It's also share and now Danielle wants me to write. F G are on where. What part of your body on your wrist now? How would I do that exactly so I think you can use ride it on a piece of paper and then I can take it to the tattoo artists and they will just just copy it I feel uncomfortable because what if I commit a crime in seven years. I'll keep it say. Say how serious is the crime gonNA move them in. Oh it's a- Yeah I would be honored but I feel like it's almost too much of an honor. They put a tattoo on. Someone's body of you. Don't think you should do it. I don't look I don't see you committing a crime if you do. She'll have a cool story of like back in the day. Hey this guy bobby when he was before a criminal I got his interview J. C.. This this is is the juice this is before the Bronco wave before Daniel. Hi I'm very honored. My head on isn't even that good either. Is the the thing part to me. Okay I'll tell you what I'll do I'll put you on hold and I will read them up you say. FDR Ayar Abdominal MGM Daniel I'll be happy to write a for you. Okay awesome thank you so much all right pigeonholed I. Just there's a part of me just feels like I don't deserve to be writing people's body that being said there's another dude has got a full face on his arm. That's very true Arm No another guy has owner shoulder. But it's crazy he has a full like maybe maybe Four some I think think so. Yeah Yeah it's amazing how detailed it is picked of me. It's better than like some of my pictures profile picture that anyway. Hey thank thank you for that. Your husband was in the Air Force for how long twelve years see if you know this military slang and great we use it around. He doesn't as an I know but I still use it. I have to ask. He was like giving you know. We have a nanny and we go over times at the beginning of the week because our schedules with the kids and different things and he replied to her that she'd be done with work at eighteen hundred. No way she's going to be. Oh my working. He's eighteen hundred hours. He's like your so annoying military slang already Barney style. What is it whenever they say I don't know what would you think Barney style purple dinosaur dinosaur? Well you think that would mean a military slang like they say. Hey this is Barney style. I don't know elementary mom when an instructor breaks down to a child bells. Break this down Barney style. You yelled at Sir. Okay I got that one. Check Blue Falcon. If someone's a Blue Falcon they. I don't know they messing up for the whole squad mess things up. That's not cool. You just take your husband's if he knows okay and record it but I also ask all those was military secrets but don't tell him tell me how about a fart sack seconds. Blinn you yeah What's that thing called when you put the covers a Dutch out of your husband and he pulled over your head? Yeah what is a military term for sleeping bag. Oh well that's the thing that I would think. The word Fart isn't as crazy in the military. Not that would be for us nothing for them. I don't know I don't know I'm not a big. I don't even know that I do it. Arale rack out rack out getting racked means no. Okay Okay what does that go to sleep. Oh anytime my husband's deployed we like getting off Johnny's like I'm GonNa go back out. I'm like well because I get home. He doesn't say that. Let's yeah it's time for the good news box Amber was flying from San Francisco to Raleigh and she had checked her dog underneath the plane while she gets Raleigh. 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Thank God no crystal the ball million dollars all right one more time on the game for Berkshire last-place Eddie Runaway. Give me a hard one. All right last one and Aw Yes Latin for Queen City you. Yeah I mean session. And one of them wasn't fair because we played with three doors down the band name too risky. No stuff I know stuff. I just had to show up my knowledge. AD CD's backer black and that's good. Nice job everybody should What's happening in your neighborhood? Well somebody spray painted graffiti. The word death on a wall like right by my house and I don't I don't like it's huge innocence. Death in like just like not pretty and it was like this wight plain white wall. So I'm Kinda like nobody's fixing it. So what if we go by white paint and we paint over it and fix it. It's not our property vigilante painting. Yeah so it's vigilante vandalism because they vandalized it with the word death but also it's not my I property either so if I go pay over the death of my vandalizing too because then I see like a war happening because what if the people that tagged it Tagging right we need your feel right in. Death is tagged. No it's like it's written like tag. It's like yeah. I'm pretty sure it might be one of the gangs in my neighborhood but so if I pay over it then are they gonNA retaliate. And then what if they see me doing it and then they take action. I don't know I mean this. Is Death my advice would be to leave it alone. But it's just finding up the neighborhood with her our luck she'd be painting over it and the cops will and then they all all I would say leave it alone. It's not a bad word or a bad word or a body part. Yeah I would say painted over okay so I leave it on the key for a couple of reasons one. It's not years to paint anyway into what if they do get mad I say. Don't let's listen amy. If you want your neighborhood to be clean you gotTA clean ended up yourself and one person starts a movement. Oh you do it first. And then people will get behind you and they'll start covering up other graffiti throughout the neighborhood. It makes a totally better place. You're you're making the neighborhood better so listen if the cops the cops will help you still say. You're hoping let me get a paintbrush. And they'll help you pay. He does bring up a good point. I mean yeah I'm telling you it's not really it's like this wall and bright red spray paint now it's death and I see it every day when that may be someone's tag name maybe their name is death so they put their name on it. They're saying hey bring death to help. I'm not scared it was easy like it's on any live Friday and Saturday night and so I'll be flipping through. It's just like a whole block of time. Is this for like hours. And I'll stop on you ever watch it now. Have you ever seen it now. Because he's talking about so good. Yeah I'll be in my hotel. L. And in California it'd be like there's not time zones are different channels which takes me so I hit live. TV PD and literally they'll go. Let's go to Evansville Bill Indiana and we'll check in with the police department and it is our cameraman or just a moment a body Cam. A camera is a camera. It's awesome they do it in county rights Outside of Austin. They've invited us to go right along. Oh my gosh she should go. They'll throw to them. What had to happen? They'll just be a cop pulling someone over and we'll go. ooh Um and go. Okay with chicken Evansville Indiana this officer mark and Mark Mark Pulls up behind him. And he's like I watch some car driving to curb obviously drunk. Yeah and so he gets out and he's like how we doing and I'm like Oh boy and I've ever watched there was no action but there's always it's live so there might be at yes correct. I've never seen action action though I've seen action. Oh Yeah I've seen action. I saw one where they were following a lady who was involved in a carjacking and then they stop it or carbon apartment complex and just waited for like thirty minutes to she got a standoff. And I'm like this is crazy. Live standoff somewhere in Arizona. Yeah it's fun to watch because you just don't know what's going to happen. It's a show like shark tank. They do you can. Just keep it on and be entertained in Baotou dialed into it like. That's my universal. Show if I need to show and someone's over the house where like what what's just just put on shark tank live. PD's Kinda showed me now. Can you just put it as a matter win where okay just put it on. Check it out. Yeah you'd probably like it man a Stevens in my he loves. Police is never know what you're going to get because that's awesome. drudge stuff. Yes sometimes. It's a routine traffic stop like bones but sometimes it's I'm seri- see the routines. I haven't seen anything good. Yeah so check it out and don't say don't paint over your wallet. If it's at night go at knack idea. I take a gun and I'm wearing all right. Now what does he spray. Paints like till death do us part to make it positive moving moving lights. Lsu Yeah there you go into go tigers. Yeah okay. I'll keep you posted. Not Don't do this don't know doing it. I don't think America has ever gone back to the way that it was before nine. Eleven the anthrax attack. The fear was really that there would be a second wave of attacks and then along comes the DC sniper and all of the country's worst fears are realized. Can't I don't know the gunman most likely a skilled marksman fired six times. In the course of sixteen hours the kill the five people in one day and then when on the rampage for the next month the police say they have never had a crime quite like this it is quite a mystery. It was scary to go to the grocery store. Philip your car with gas to buy do believe. He was brainwashed for lack of a better term. As far as I'm concerned he was a psychopathic cold blooded killer that can never walk the street again. Listen to monster. DC sniper on the iheartradio APP Apple Apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your pockets you have someone on social media that you don't really know but you wish you did and you wish they were your friend. Yes like personally. 'cause we always feel like people are friends I do. There are people I never met in my life and I feel like. They're my friends because I watched her life on social media and I hope you will feel that way about me. Honestly hope that we put enough out there. We're entertaining. They feel that way so around the room. If you can hang out with anyone from your social media who would it. Be Reese Witherspoon. Oh yeah why I mean well. I like to cook with her for in play with her little French bulldog and we could go walk our dogs together and hang out and she's inspiring to me. She's a principal. Yeah it's so cute. She may even have a couple. I Love Them. That's what I've been looking at. Yeah I'm telling you they're so cute boys. There's been the issue so far. I'm looking to adopt one but some of the rescues that have them. Yeah they're like four or five years old and so yeah. I WANNA puppy so I haven't taken one yet but is it the dog yeah Yeah I like reese but I mean she someone that I've liked to really long time and I get it. She's not the same person that she is in her movies. But but she's on social media right so I see her side on social media and I'm down with it. Yeah what about you I think mine is Ed from bare naked ladies because I love the bare naked ladies phantoms singer. He's a rapper. But now he's a singer both because it comes out the other guy I love bare naked ladies and I love Hootie Udi. And they're going on tour together all summer. I'm just going to sit. There is GonNa be all but ed I was watching this bed. Because he's the rap guy. Hold a now Mickey Hoodwink Wink. Yes so he was on. He wrote the Big Bang Theory Song. Okay that Barenaked Ladies did and it all started with a Big Bang Bang Uh uh and so. This is how I wrote that song. I think we're GONNA find out at the end of that. Show that the secret to the magic of the entire run. Was that thirty second theme song the beginning of the show. That's correct and it's going to be a hit single on radio win when the show ends because all the stations are GonNa add it. Yeah so funny on there. Those guys are so funny one of my favorite bands so I'd be fed from bare naked. Ladies Down let's works. Well he just seemed kind of boring. I don't think it was very funny there. You play the clip. I was like and that's who you want to hang. How was some guy I mean there are so many more interesting people in the world? Then some Guy Ed from bare naked ladies man you could go John. Mayer you Kinda know. John Mayer a little bit I mean there's so many models like Hoti I mean you're singled and you want to hang out with some dude named Ed. What is wrong with you come on? Who is yours is easy to it? I mean there's no question Johnny Bananas Yeah like I mean. We are going to be Johnny's better than than Ed. You a guy named Johnny like Ed's your criteria. It's far richer far more famous. Oh He is not more famous than bananas. Ed from Barenaked Ladies Look Them Up look at social media. What do you want head from? So how many people does he have on social five thousand bare naked ladies because because he hasn't been around about twenty five years so no-one immortal number two but I never even heard of the bare naked. Ladies Morgan ever to yeah have twenty nine thousand followers. Twenty nine thousand. Oh my goodness get out and bananas as like a seven hundred thousand out of here with more social media. Yeah matter it doesn't matter Lionel. Richie has one hundred and fifty thousand followers. One knows who he that's my point it doesn't older people do. I'm talking about the the young young crowd and Johnny Bananas Is Popular Young Crowd. And if you look at the social media he has so much money always at the beach hanging out relaxing Eddie from social media. Would you hear me out on this one. Okay and I've met him before Billy Kirton. He's my spirit. Animal just lives the beach live. That's what I want to be when I grow up. Except he's not grown up AM I. Do he disliked even his friends and why they're just chilling. Leaving is instagram is coconut man. Coconut around forty five so he is older than you live in the light snow. Oh Boarding Surfing plane sold out shows. He's even hanging out with some dude at a bar just playing guitar. So Eddie picks okay so so far. Amy Reese Witherspoon. Yeah Ed from bare naked ladies lunchbox Johnny Bananas. Eddie Billy Carrington Morgan figuring out social media. 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201: We Pay Our Respects To Travis Roy & Talk About The Recent News Surrounding The Boston Bruins

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201: We Pay Our Respects To Travis Roy & Talk About The Recent News Surrounding The Boston Bruins

"Thank you for listening to the black and gold hockey podcast. Please support the show by subscribing to and leaving a 5-star rating for the show on Apple podcast. IHeartRadio convey SoundCloud Spotify Stitcher any of your favorite podcast platforms. You could also support the show by going to our website black and gold hockey where there's always exciting articles by the vmg writing staff while you're there. Don't forget click on the aynax.com bana are great sports fan shopping experience done yet because that's show them off are you talking about the doors are short-handed birth? More from never home when you get off the meeting and Thursday evening. Welcome to the black and gold hockey podcast presented by black and gold Productions podcast Network. We are sponsored by BetOnline go to bed online. Age G and use code clns fifty today is November 1st 2020 and it is episode 201 after last week's Milestone 234 sewed. I'm happy to be back. But so so sorry I missed it. I'm with Heather Anderson again today how I Heather. Hello, boys. How are you today? Good and Mike Allred founder CEO Mark. How you doing? What's up, man? I hope that you and your wife had a great time last weekend. I heard you went to some place in New Hampshire. So that's that's awesome. And I'm glad that you were able to break away from the the the tedious work at black and gold to enjoy some families on him. Right? I mean, I mean it was and then sometimes it's might get away too long. Being able to some black and gold hockey stuff and not have to deal with the everyday stuff the family brings which is joyous. So Mark has arrived first and then we'll get going. Absolutely. We're going to talk about Show sponsored betonline.ag. The wait is finally over football is back. 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It was Nineteen ninety-five actually passed away at the age of forty-five. He was suction an advocate for in and help so many people in his situation and you know, I actually met Travis years ago working in Boston sports radio in his dad Lazy Boy And You Know Travis is just a a good human being who used to tragic, you know situation to really help others and turn something positive from it and off and he he died unexpectedly having a procedure that usually does I guess I read correctly and it's too bad that obviously it's hard to have a long life with their but he used Every bit of the second Ziad to help other people so it was it was too bad and I don't know why if you have any thoughts so we'll start with Mark on Travis Roy. Yeah a total inspiration to those people with spinal cord injuries. And when what he did, you know, it was above him to to make sure that you know news and information and and the the research was it was more involved in into his everyday life and it wasn't about him. I was by everybody else. So the kind heartedness that that guy put through for so many years after that accident so long ago after what was it 11 seconds and his first shift, you know, that's that's really tough. So but what the Legacy that he took it back, you know, it's just amazing and and hopefully the foundation keeps going and we can you know, somehow find a a resolution to these injuries so dead. It's it's really sad. I mean New England lost a very good hockey player a great person and an advocate that that, you know will never be forgotten. So I thought to go out to our family and friends. I had the pleasure of meeting Travis at a fundraiser that he put on in the Back Bay at a restaurant. I can't remember but I met him shook his hand and and it was very nice, you know, so sad sad week in in New England Hockey have your thoughts on Travis. Yeah. I didn't have the pleasure of meeting him. But I do just remove it seemed like it was so long ago, but it really feels like the other day cuz again, I love being you know on bu hockey girl and I just remember being so pumped like this kid mean they're coming in, you know, whatever and I just I think he speaks to what what real heroes are like, do you know what I mean that you take a tragedy and like Mark said it was no after that after you know, he's you know started healing and whenever it wasn't about him it was about everyone else to like what to do about spinal cord injuries or safety and you know, like making hockey Steve. So these kind of thing, you know, whatever enough just a big voice and if anything Wednesday, you know help, you know, the Travis right foundation just what he did with this foundation and I will watch something with Chris Drury when it was being inducted into the Hockey Hall that I like American Hockey Hall of Fame and it was like a clip and he specifically talked to him. He was a teammate of had this, you know, and just a great person and everyone who met him said that and just all the work he did so my heart really does go to his family and home. Thank you Travis because you know the type of Heroes and role models that we need in the world right like you it's not what happens. It's what you do with it. Right and he modeled that so thoughts and prayers to the family and it is a big job. I just been doing them by just everyone you know what I mean because he wasn't true warrior hero in any ways very true and recipes Travis try for sure on to the next item that agenda and our legendary. Bobby Orr was on the news this week and it came to some mixed reactions. I've always known Bobby ordered be a gracious person lovely human being nothing but great things said about him but got some scrutiny this week by endorsing Donald Trump and hockey Community just erupted. I know that I was watched looking at some of the comments from people saying that they completely change their view on puppy or and so forth and I just think that's a little simple minded but I wanted to get your thoughts and how that we could start with you on, you know, it is a you know, when you when you endorsed Donald Trump is I really saying that the type of person you are that changed your views on Bob you're all right. So I'm a very political person. I love that shit and I know my dog Probably nervous. I'm going to make it about politics, but I'm not want to make it about as this crazy rhetoric of I don't know personally. I separate Bobby or the hockey play-offs our end, you know, the legend that is and I'm a firm believer that everybody should vote. I don't I'm not someone who believes that my side needs to I believe that a healthy democracy is people voice their opinions. So I believe Bobby Orr has every right to support Donald Trump or not. I remember we had a similar meltdown in the last election cuz of Bob Kraft or something's friends with them. I don't care like if he wants to waste his money and do that if he supports Donald Trump, I don't care whether I support Donald Trump or not. I think it's very simple-minded to let your political if any celebrity is telling you who you should endorse a candidate then you're not using your vote responsibly, you know, you vote your conscience. You vote the information so my view hasn't changed on Bob your cuz to me Bobby Orr is a hockey player dead. And you know a great one on that and all the Ambassador ship and stuff. He's done for the game. I don't mean to like simplify him. But am I shocked that like a kind of affluent white guy might endorse not like but I don't think like if you're a fan of a sport you should be able to isn't the whole point Sports is not politics we get into this all the time. That's where you know Sports is way you light on the line Warrior to Warrior. It's not worth. Here's a Barbie report endorse Donald from it doesn't change my opinion. I still love Bobby or just in the same way. I know Mel Gibson's a total douche, but it doesn't make me want to go freedom. I love Mel Gibson, but I don't want saying you saw him. But like you said Bobby was otherwise a solid human being so who cares right candidates change like it just this idea of attacking each other every day like who cares me? I'm like vote politically, but I'm old enough to remember when animerica politics didn't Define you like you might have been political but like Republicans and Democrats could talk to each other perfectly reasonably without Like psychotically your crappy person cuz you like that candy know like you have the right to endorse who you want. Whatever your reasons are as long as you can justify them to yourself who cares. So I'm honestly and even if we're older people so and you know politics might have been relevant to me back in the day, but it's not anymore. It's just something that off to me splits family and friendships apart and I hate that so and I I don't like the fact that people judge by who they endorse and what they say when it comes to sports and and I think it's a very unfair thing and, you know beat me down with it if you want but it's just it's just not cool. And when I bring back the history and us being older we had a voice but didn't have the the keyboard Warriors back then when you could just throw something out there on social media and see if it sticks and and, you know not get called out or you can get called up for it. But you know, it just sucks. An easy passage to begin spew crap. So the sad thing about it is is just the stuff that you seeing online and how people are upset about this like adults. I've seen so many pictures of jerseys that assigned that are in like wall frames in the I mean that thousands of dollars sold want everything Bobby or out of my house. This is just getting absolutely crazy. This guy was a New England icon. This guy brought hockey to New England rinks were built after this game in New England and and everybody just goes south after he says one stupid thing. I don't care who you into also nothing. That's your right to do that. But why go off and Andrew like this guy's like Legacy by by just who he hangs around with or enjoys to freaking support and can I just say though too, but at the same time Bobby Orr dead Being a legend in this area and really he's a man who brought two Nations together, right? Because he's a Canadian national and an American Hockey hero to all of the same, but he had to have them taking out a full-page ad would bring him heat so that says something to him that he is a grown man that can separate your like he probably didn't understand that maybe he would get this like he had to have known know environment with Twitter and Facebook and all that that the backlash wasn't going to be good. But all the more to it if you really support your candidate that much you want to let you money on that and you want to take the heat that like, I think you said it's just stupid. Yeah, you want to get rid of all your boby or stuff over him paying his own money to have an ad out and the newspaper in New Hampshire where there's like seven million people so it'll just say yeah. I just I just think that over the course of of civically somebody at how old he is and none of negative words would ever been said about him and then he endorses Donald Trump and now we've all of a sudden we've determined what type of job Human being is I think it's just Reckless. And and I think it's unfair to be honest. Lucky. He he votes Republican obviously and he's a he's a guy who has done well in business and and has some money and probably has some Republican views about how much he he'd like to keep his money and that's you know, and that's probably what where the endorsement come from home. I don't I don't think he's endorsing racism and all the other things we talked about Donald Trump about I think he's endorsing him as a candidate and I think you need a separate the two if you if you would listen to Michael Jackson music. Do you do you say that you support anything that Michael Jackson doing this personal life know you can separate the two it's it's not it's just I just think it's sort of Reckless to do that. And but that's in the climber and that's part of the reason why we're in the problems that we are is that people seem to have this opinion. It's only their opinion and my sister vote voted Donald Trump and I am fairly certain my sister's wage. Human being so I don't apply brother, you know my donkey brother, even though he like well we can talk about politics and not like doesn't have to tear your family apart doesn't judge of character over it off, right? Yeah. So so anyway, so I still love you already still great person number for Buddy people rocking who you believe in as a human being. Absolutely. All right, it's John the next item it it's h l start date which looks like to be right around in beginning of February. So this is sort of an indication of you know, one thing about hockey and we have the main Mariners up here in Maine. He CHL team and they looked to be starting hopefully in mid January and there are some ECHL teams already said they won't play song one thing about Minor League hockey. It's not like the NHL where they can just rely on other streams of Revenue and get through a bubble situation or something or can't or get through a situation where there's no fans. You need fans of My League. If you can't have them in their it really makes no sense to have this season. So I'm not surprised and I frankly I wouldn't be surprised if they didn't have a season at all. So I just wanted to see Mark you're you're my only hockey guy and down here deeply about it. I want to see your thoughts on that. Well, this is just another kick in the nuts of 2024 for a lot of hockey fans, especially mine a pro at the minor Pro levels off. Yeah. I mean, how is really excited to have the mind of pro season come back on my birthday December 4th, and no it didn't work out. So I think that's what's happening with the the minor Pro systems. Is there the League's I mean, is there following the lead of the NHL? So the East Coast league is possibly coming back in mid-January? I'm hearing as far as February. That's a that's a long with the AHL. So tentatively the date has been moved back for the HL. February 5th, so I kind of think that the East Coast League will do the same thing as well Atlanta has opted out so technically and they didn't get another agreement with the Bruins on a double A minor Pro affiliation. So if there's anybody that's going to be playing in the east coast League, you could probably see several players being loaned out to other teams and that'll give another year for possibly a closer New England Community to get an East Coast team affiliated with the Bruins. I think that would be great Manchester New Hampshire has is an option if the I think the range is system on the main Mariners so they can they can possibly go there if there's an agreement lolz and option but you have to go with the the the NCAA Club in Lowell to get that weekend time, but who knows dead? Hopefully I just want to see it come back but it just seems like everything is a it's a it goes from day to day the week to week around here in the hockey community and and this virus which is spiking number that huge in in in North America. So it's just continuing to to be a kick in the nuts and I can't wait for 2020 to be over. It is November 1st. So you got solid two months to go off this crap and then hopefully hopefully some kind of reality. How are you going to miss minor league hockey or or what are your thoughts on it? Well, I mean, I'm not obsessively watching my legs be like my counterpart up there in the corner, but it's called driven. It's not it's not it's not a problem. I don't have I just try to cram in as many like Hockey East games is that came out when they're on on the weekend, but we'll get to nothing later or whatever, but I The thing for me is that developmentally like there's a lot more hockey players in the a gel in the ECHL and even like the O H or whatever that being like for one reason like Matt said financially because the NHL hopefully can kind of just Peter along until they can stable out but the Developmental and just economically it sucks that these leagues are being pushed back cuz that means they're not even planning like I mean, hopefully by the beginning of January everyone else in some capacity, whether that's the big clubs open their training facilities in the AHL guys and some of the ECHL guys that you know are more likely to play up towards the higher leagues get in them. They can all kind of use the space together or whatever work together and that might even be better for an NHL training camp going into it. People are warmed up longer. You can really see more what everyone looks like together like dead. Like the last time when everyone looked like a hot damn mess, but you had to bring him to Toronto. Anyways, you know, like what can you do that's kind of what concerns me is for all those players who aren't the top-tier Professionals in the North American League's yet, you know and where do they go especially with like, I mean, I don't know what's going on in Canada, but the NC double a season they're trying to proceed with it here and in America, you know the United States, but we don't really know. So I also just think like what can you do like, so it is what it is, figure it out. Like I said open up a daycare facilities and maybe like people timeshare like we kind of talked about a little bit last year week or whatever last month. That's just my thing is I'm more concerned about economically can the e c h l and some of those a gel teams survived it and also developmentally for the players. Sorry. I know type mode the East Coast League, they're going to do two separate sessions. They're going to have one session open up in the injector. Very and they going to have another session open up later on. So this splitting it up right there, but the NHL I'm here and this is per Elliott Friedman. I believe on the 31 thoughts podcast is that there's an idea if they're going to have regions where the Bruins are going to play a certain amount of teams. And that would obviously be in the Northeast area. The island is the ranges blah blah blah, you're going to see a lot of these natural teams coming into the into the Northeast just for a season and the idea Elliot mentioned was to have their affiliate programs travel along with them. So wherever they go up in the Northeast the the minor Pros or at least the age shall Club, that's it will play either before or after that game. So everybody's skating and so on you get in Europe you working together and so on but you also move and you move it's it's a movable bubble like I would say, you know, so that could work to keep the HL going along with the NHL but wage. Still doesn't do much that that could be a year that the a gel does not make a dollar, you know, you can't if you can't put asses in the seats these guys aren't making money and and that's exactly why the East Coast Hockey League team the Atlanta Gladiators opted out this season because in Georgia the state of Georgia has a 25% capacity on any building so and they said it's not good business for us to open up at 25% because when you know, our our overhead costs are are shooting over ticket sales. So what's the purpose of a continue in the business right class? True Advocate Clinic out and Gladiators one of the problems. Is that our football team cuz in Georgia, they were football. They play all sorts of games and have all sorts of people. They're so true. But that's you know, that's another thing but I do think that it may be some part of the reason why the Bruins went with the the reaches they did in the draft because maybe they couldn't put these wage There's any way or maybe they went with a players develop a little bit down the road so that they had a place to play they could play college hockey or what have you and and maybe they I know it's probably Financial as well. So this climate despite pandemic is really put a strain on all of the NHL but in all the minor league teams as well. It'll be interesting to see if some of them are going to be to survive going forward. So usually is the first thing to go when a team NHL team is is struggling is is people and and teams in the minor league level. So hopefully, we can turn it around and maybe push it off a little bit get through flu season and get a vaccine and get back to normal. Yes, please next item on. The list is eunuch happening is low into League a club in the eaves finish League. I hope I had all that ripe but when a coping is as a guy like this then actually a few guys A coping in Oscar c e I've seen some really good video of of Mason Lowe Rye. So I've been seeing some people petersel our cousin your friend Mark box you who have actually been playing pretty well in different leagues and we can start with Mark cuz I just want to get your you don't really hear much. I don't really have much about coping so I just want to get your thoughts on this move. Well, I wrote an article last week when I was on vacation with my with the doggies about the success that some players. I have been home in overseas on loans. And and one of them particularly has a contract over there and that is pierced Alaric. But yeah, are you in has unions are interesting person? I don't remember when he was drafted. I think it was 2013. I could be wrong, but he's been in the system for a while played over a year before he signed a entry off. All came over to Providence and I I didn't see much going on with him a steady decline. But when he got sent down to Atlanta and played five games down there was a point-per-game player pretty much you could see that he was working hard to get back at the age level and it wasn't because he was playing so bad at the AHL level it was because he was a fourth-liner and they were they were going through so many 4th liners. So at the age level you have a higher Rasta, than 23 at the song El Sol playing time. He was getting fazed out because people were earning more time than him goes down to Atlanta changes his attitude work side gets off recall scores ago on this first game with Providence. And then from that season. I mean, he wasn't a goalscorer. He wasn't a sniper or anybody that's going to be able to school she'd all the time but he was doing fourth line third dog. Find things to keep him at the level and Providence and jail each constantly constantly tells me when when I was interviewing him last season. It's about how many impacts you can make it a game. It's not how many goals our system point to get its if you're making an impact in a certain part of the game that is good development right there. So I mean he's a big kid can go in the corners. She's good along the boards. He has some offensive capabilities. I don't have a projection of them have making the NHL but he's just a kid that's working hard and often approached system and and often I think that a lot of people over see that level it's really sad that this this this level hockey does not get more exposure and and TV time. This is why the NHL is moving forward with these ideas that's going through this covid-19 pay endemic because TV's generated revenue is is huge. This is going down. Huge for them this league. You can't do that in the age because not I don't know how many I mean I do it because I'm a psycho. But you know, I watch a ton of frigging mind a pro hockey and I pay for it, but I don't see a lot of people spending a hundred seventy five to $100 on a streaming service just to watch HL CHL hockey. So I wish they would cuz it it's it it's a league and it's a developmental system that you really should be paying attention to vote get to know the next one's today sure and he was a fifth-round pick in the 2016 draft 65. You're right six five two hundred bucks. Yeah. Thanks for the same dropped ahead. Charlie McAvoy Trent Frederic an Oscar steam. So that could end up being a fairly decent draft for the Bruins and he was a hundred 35th pick overall. So some guys developed later. He still only twenty-two so maybe he can at least be an asset. You can maybe add to a parade down the road or something one more thing the good thing about him. It was a Covey team. In the Methodist league and that is a lower league and he was tearing it up there. So now he went up to the Liga league in Ives and now he's playing at the top of the top trim level of of that country so good on him. I mean, he's playing playing well and hopefully he keeps it up and and all these guys that are over there on loan are going to come back when when NHL training camp happens like lalko. He's not doing so good. But these guys are all going to come back and then they're going to go from there now. Can I borrow your password for the streaming service for AHL hockey or yeah you do. I'll send that to you. I don't want marks and I'll try to get rid of his and his ours was going to say about That's players that he went over and he actually the super Elite league and finland's not you know, that's nothing to scoff at. So it's good that these like we talked about people in the system when I get sick, especially these that 22 20-foot like that's the crucial age that they they have a place to play and he's playing at a high level and let's kind of maybe sometimes you know, just it's a reset, you know, go home a little bit do your thing to yourself? All right. You're right. I still got it. Okay, I got at home. Now when things get back to normal. Let me prove that I can do it here too, you know, so especially is that young? I thought he was drafted earlier than that, too. I I thought I got a lorry. I don't know who I was thinking about 2013. I wrote an article about it and Oh, we won't hold that against you on this Sunday. It was it's Alaric. That was thirteen. Well, I requested thirteen. That's it. You start talking about Peter Solara. Yeah, you know, I'll touch base real quick. Even the league that he's playing in is not like the the extreme highest in the world. So it's it's no-brainer really that he's being offensive in a lower league than the age L. People are freaking out like why did you sign? Karson Kuhlman when you could assign this guy look what he's doing over there, but that whole game might not translate on the biggest sheet of ice box, which is generating more offensive chances to a smaller rink, which is a very defensive mining game. I don't get it but people are just continue to argue with me all the time about Don Sweeney song is any such an idiot, but it's just you can't compare the League's it's absolutely ridiculous. It really doesn't say you're crazy that you signed somebody who's played more than 10:00 NHL game board actually does get on credit forty games. 40 games sign at Ya with another guy I'm intrigued by is Victor Berglund playing Modo Swedish junior. He has been some real good rave reviews about him and he was a seventh-round pick use a defenseman and I've seen some really good clips of him and some some really positive. So, you know, maybe there's some people in the in the that 2018 draft was looking like a snake or you mentioned logo axle. Anderson's already gone with sent as part of the cost of trade and then there's nothing else really so that that's that's another sticker. And of course you have 2017 was Berglund swimming instead Nika and back in nine and and a jury is still out on on that draft. So again, You know, hopefully that just draft here which seemed to be reached and and has a lot of skepticism by hope that Don Sweeney knows what he's doing when it comes to drafting because after this core go home, you really going to need to fill those spots with some home grown kids and and I'm not sure there's you know, I'm hopeful that there's some out there for them to do that touch on touch on burgling real quick. He say you sign an entry-level deal before all this happened the coronavirus will and was set to play in the AHL. So he was ready to come over and that defense that is on paper right now for the Providence Bruins is set to be really really good Nick wolf from Jackass on your hoe burger and I mean you can go on and on and just like eight players at a solid they're going to work really hard under a jail each system down there. So I'm looking forward to that. So yeah burglars is playing good. He's got a good job. Good speed I mean but that's not open Ice to I want to see that full-time on a two hundred by 85 sheet and see how that translates when everything's coming at you a lot faster. Right and the Brilliance may have done a good job. You mentioned jail each of developing defenseman. And if you look at their defense when they've really come through with some really good defense in the pipeline quite a few really and of course Clifton and lows on and off lr3 that in back in Ireland are full of that. You know, you'd like to see if they if they become serviceable NHL players and you've had a really good pipeline of homegrown defenseman wage, and it seems to be a real strength of the organization as a whole because a lot of times talk about Drafting and we don't talk about Player Development because that's a piece of it too. Like if you draft a player and it doesn't work out they often is it that he was Miss drafted or that you you're scouting wasn't very good or that you didn't develop them. So there's a always have those back to character. Yeah, it does it does and it goes back to drive and motivation log. A lot of different things intangibles that sometimes you can't pick up on when you're drafting some so next item on the agenda is you know, the Bruins have always been very giving in the community and the players continue electrician and visiting Children's Hospital on Halloween. There was some really good, you know, some photos out there of of the players. I know they do a lot of them Christmas too. And of course led by their life, you know, Patrice Bergeron had a great that was the Elmo. That was fantastic. That was great and we'll start with you. It's really nice to see in the promotion always been really good about in the Celtics. I mean, they all of our Red Sox Patriots have all been excellent the community and it just leads to a very nice feeling about the organization as a whole lot. Yeah. I think these things are very important to the athletes too. And you know last and they I always love how they have their theme like last year was Toy Story, whatever this year. It was Sesame Street song. But honestly, I can see how happy I must have made these kids cuz you know how happy I was when it was like and Tuukka Rask has Oscar the Grouch and I couldn't stop laughing and it is just nice because it is important and like especially kids that have maybe been in long-term care or happened to you know, every year they you know, they've lived their childhoods coming in and out of the hospital and stuff and you know, they look forward to it. They look forward to like a little bit of normalcy and especially this year. It's been abnormal for everyone. I can't imagine, you know with probably having more limited visitation and stuff and the kids. It must have it's probably kind of fun to to see everyone on the zoom that way everyone could see all the you know guys and they could see all the kids and it's kind of kind of fun, you know, instead of doing school thousand anyone visiting the Bruins but who was dressed up as like Abracadabra, who was that address Buick or something? I don't know it was hilarious like they they suck. Yes, he has been cooking good enough for me Bells Carlo, right? Yeah. Yeah talk to you know Elmo as Patrice Bergeron in the Alamo Subaru this I was funny and you know it good on them. That's just that's just that's just great character right there. I mean, you gotta core people on this Boston Bruins organization that just care about life off the ice as much as they do on the ice and it's just really shows that in the faces of these kids that see that stuff and and that need that that that smile at a certain time of their lives of their you know, life's just not treating them very well so hats off to the organization for continuing to do stuff like this and using the technology to make it happen often think that's the biggest important thing moving forward is is using every angle available to get to these kids. So, yep. Yep. I mean Bergeron an animal that was great. It was just yeah and then the videos after that guy coming out it was I I think Hannah Hannah posted a video and and I would just like well version one looks like he's ready for for training camp cuz he's just dancing around bouncing around. So yeah, it was pretty cool. Yeah, it is great. And you know, they hockey players as a whole if we took four years is that there seemed to be a little bit more humble little bit more down-to-earth people and you know always say sort of well, he's a hockey player. They they always sort of have, you know, a kindness and compassion to you know, to most of them for the most part and it's show it shows here with the off off the ice Community things at the Bruins players are willing to do and it make the holidays a little bit more tolerable for families and and kids in the community next item on the agenda. Mike Coffman. Just thought it was last man left left standing. So to speak and free-agent of the big free-agent signings and he's sort of planning to take his time free agency Perez agent, you know, the Bruins I guess is sort of still been in the mix there this stage all Jake debrusk hanging out there even though they've been some copper bowls who have signed for lesser than Jake has said to want so I don't know whether we'll start with you with Mike Hoffman and Tom are not yet like the Bruins too and they'd have to make some moves they'd have to be able to be creative. I think to add him on and they'd have to invest a little bit in him. Is that someone worth the investment for them? I keep hearing that Hoffman might be looking for something long-term. And I don't think we're in a situation. I mean, he's a nice player and all but I feel like we I might I might have said this before I just he's a good player but I feel like there's still people out there you can pay less to do his job and especially if we're not trying to you know, the general consensus is nobody's trying to spend to the cap cuz no one knows what the hell's going to happen. Right? And if you're trying to have that cushion room, I just feel like he's a little bit too expensive even for what we can do. I mean the Bruins are pretty much done and I hope we can maybe get a Mike Hoffman but I just don't see it being feasible. I feel like it's it's not necessarily worth rearranging things, you know, seeing what you can do here and there from Mike Hoffman. It's not he's not flashy enough to need to it's better. I think we start settling in and maybe go out and get someone a little bit cheaper and if someone who wants to get paid like to 5 for three years, that's a different situation. To talk for you know a little bit of an extension, maybe someone up and Rising. I don't know if that's just me. I like my coffin as a player though, but I just don't think it's worth it Jim are we talking about Mike off before I was to the office of the Aging stuff with his with his wife for and that sort of thing, but we should have had a seem to have a much better reputation in Florida easy as a guy who can score Bowles and probably one of the best goal scorers in a market after Taylor Hall was gone. So but I I don't love my coffin by just wanted to get your thoughts on on that. Yeah, the guy puts a puck in the net consecutively. They're Thirty goals season, you know nothing to scoff at but it is Agent throughout there was that he's just you know, he's look be looking at a short-term one-year deal. That's what I'm hearing anyway, and that he can wait it out. He's in no rush to to sign anywhere. This is probably him in age and doing due diligence and and you know off I mean the market so thin right now with four words that are like that Thirty goal scorers and just not on the board anymore and I'm not sure if you can expect any of those guys that have come in that to put up those now because they haven't done it consecutively. So, you know, it's really going to all depend on how they do how the Bruins work with Jake debrusk from now until training camp start and when people are going to start signing contracts, so if they can't get depressed done do they make a a serious pitch for them because they do have them we have the cap space but there's no wiggle room at all after that. If you go after Mike Hoffman, so that's something I'm a little scared at when it comes to trade deadline whenever are quotes that's going to be next season because if you're going to if you're going to play so well, but you're still in like the third place second place in the Atlantic or whatever whatever divisions going to happen next season wage. But you need that extra little piece. You really gotta have that that cap space to come back because if you go out and get Hoffman or a player like off and let's just say off at the trade deadline and you don't have that much fun. You have to internally make make moves and and you probably going to see a younger player or two or three off the roster to make room for 1,000 in a cap world and in a flat cap world and it just the trickle-down effect in my opinion at that point. The year is just it's not worth it. I mean if you're going to go for somebody I would have gotten them a little sooner to the, you know free agent date when it when it officially kicked off like everybody else did everybody else in the Atlantic division pretty much loaded up. So and we just sat back and kind of cruised right through right now. So doing the old Route 66 with a fatty in your mouth, you know, I think I think it's I think that the Bruins like you said would be up against the cap. I like to have a little bit of Rome. Well, I really think that done I think they're they're waking up waiting on two guys and that's debrusk and Chara debrusk is going to have to come back down to earth and and just accept the fact that he's probably a three million dollars right now because there are guys like Gary enough and Burton and who made you know, two point five or something and those guys are sort of in the same certainly growing office in the same, you know, sort of category as a as a debrusk. So he's not going to get the 5 million. He thought he may not even get the four million he would like as well. So that's going to be he's going to have to wait and see I think if I was Jake debrusk I take a I take a two-year deal right now because not only this year but next year it's going to be another flat camp with another lost Revenue at some point, you know. Some regard lost Revenue season. So I think I'd take it to your deal and then two years from now become a free agent where maybe the the the money's there for several teams to buy them for you but dead. I think that my confident is going to end up with a 1-year deal somewhere on a team that has more space. It's funny that Ottawa has some of the most space and they would never touch my golfing again. I think with a ten-foot pole but I I still think that he's doing this one year deal to be competitive in next year's free-agency with Taylor Hall Mattel. Al right? Yeah, right. I think my boss same another thing with the Bruins happened like almost seven million in space. I'm really surprised that defenseman and he could play Both Sides defenseman very versatile Sami vatanen at 4.8 not been done yet. That's another strange one. So, I don't know what's going on with him. Do you take a chance on bringing the one-eyed sweet bag Carl Soderberg at 4.7? He'll probably he'll probably take less money than who knows but and then you got the car owls and it was still there and I don't want him on the on this line up. Can you imagine Chara Miller and alzner? It's like our defense would be a job. Yeah, I know. It's a little slow and old for me. I think that you have to just save you save yourself. We really getting better by adding Karl alzner or we going to give you know loads on and off oral and except in these guys are real chance and I think with the with a little bit more upside in some youth I think you just go with the younger guys and see where you have especially the beginning of the year where there's some there's still a good hockey team still going to win games and I think that you have some some room here to see what you have but I I don't I just think that at this point making moves to make moves won't make a whole lot of sense. You also have Kevin Miller in the mix that you added. So now you're you're looking at a bunch of just guys who are slow and and I don't I don't think that's the way you want to go. I don't think I don't think it lines up with the way Bruce Cassidy likes to play the so I think you have to be very careful with any add-ons right now if they're not really improving the team and you just spending money to spend money down. And I'm not on board next item on the target is is nesting and YouTube TV. It had some some issues in YouTube TV is actually ended wage agreement with NASA no longer carrying Nessun. So they walk away from making a deal and Bruins fan streaming who have like me who have canceled cable a while back and have been thinking about which service I could use to have nesting cuz that's the one thing that actually made me wait so long to to get rid of cable was the fact that I couldn't miss Thorne's hockey. Like if if I didn't like sports I would have canceled cable thirty years ago. I think I don't I just but it's so now I don't know. It's sort of left people scrambling YouTube TV is probably taking 95% of the bus to market and just seeing memberships just decline steadily and sometimes these things work themselves out and miraculously. Yeah. No, it's a dog You know and that type of thing and then they come and see this all the time and cable. So I don't know nothing seemed to sort of throw up the YouTube TV wasn't ready. So I don't know like what do you think about YouTube TV and alienating half the Boston? Yeah. It's it's it's it was a weird one yesterday or the day before when I got the alert that you know effective at the end of October off of messing in YouTube TV would not going to be working together. They could not come to a deal. I'm hearing that Nelson was adamant on Dem not Rising raising the prices because boss YouTube TV is gaining more channels and they're asking for more money when we when we first got it was $40 and now it's I think over sixty so and that's that's within a two-year window I believe so. Yeah. I mean, I I want nessen. I got to have my nest and I'm not sure how I'm going to figure out how to watch these games. I do have a job. The NHL streaming service, but I did notice that when I have like multiple TVs in the studio. I tried one night to put it on that NHL streaming service. And actually the Bruins game was blacked out. So I I really hope that that doesn't happen in the in the in the Boston Market because I'd be extremely pissed off if I don't watch any of the Bruins and I'm I don't know if I want to add another service just to get Ness and and and cuz that's just add more money. I mean the reason why I cut cable is because the fact is that I am I paying $273 a month and if we weren't getting a ton of channels, we you know, I had the NHL network and I had nest and that's basically what I was watching but then we cut the cable and it was $108 just for the the internet and we bought we bought our Apple TVs for like, you know, $130 a piece. So we've we've we've been saving a ton of money off. This news it just sucks because now you're gonna go to another service you're going to add another $15 a month that you've already done for like several other freaking Outlets. So I don't know it's it's a real inconvenient but hopeful like like Matt like we you said it's like this could be a tactic. They can be seeing numbers dropping and they going to be pushing the quantum when they have to go to nest and say, okay. Let's lock in the price and see if we can make a deal so and hopefully that happens now, what do you think about YouTube do you have cable when you think about YouTube TV? I just happened to always conveniently work when the Berlin store on that's what I do, but I do know that like when playoffs happen, I got that, you know, like my like the NHL app or whatever and you can watch it but when the when it needs a Boston one, I got blocked out every Boston gate weather Nelson was airing it or NHL was airing it. I think we had to watch it after that first week so that annoyed me what I think is stupid. Is that this month? Why does cable still insist on doing cable the way it doesn't you pay $200? The 500 channels that you only want twenty of why can't the Ute two people or whatever Comcast who I will Xfinity whatever off fucking charged $50 for base fee. You get p b s a b c. So, you know all the basic ones like that up through CNN or whatever. It is the news channels and then Thursday let everyone pay to fricking cuz if I'm going to be due on a dollars, I want to pay $2 for the Channel. I want I don't want to pay too and no events. I don't speak Portuguese. Okay, I don't mind having the Spanish channels or is that something I thought we could maybe watch and kind of see if I know I was going on but I don't need like the East Korean Channel like who needs that? I don't need 42 music channels. I have apple music and a shame to see these if I really wanted to they're just going to turn off so nobody wants to watch anything. Right? So like at some point that these providers or YouTube channel people or whatever are going to create a situation when people like You know what outfit I don't even care. It's not worth my $45 to watch, you know, like NHL whatever on Ice package, right? You can only watch so many even marked can only watch so many games out of town right and nine walked out or whatever like one of the frig. Yeah, but you're not going to watch nine NHL games you're going to have nine games total. So you're going to have like what have Providence over here and be used over here, you know, so that's what I some point. Someone's going to go. You know, what nevermind I'll just pay to watch the $25 or whatever for twitch to watch the N wa jeal. Like, you know, I mean, it's just as good hockey and I don't have to be beholden to the man. You know, you just think that communication companies would change it up. I think I think the I think the the a la carte thing is something I've been home screaming for for a while, but obviously they don't do it because there's about 200 channels up with Crash and Burn and die because they need that agreement with cable companies. But if they would ever just come to a point where they said, you know, what else I like I like you said two bucks a channel and I would watch the same 14 channels. I watch now and I paid $28 and then I'd add the local for whatever they want to offer that for 25 bucks a month or whatever and that's a much better deal. But I don't think I don't see that happening until cable companies really see that they can't continue to go on with so many people jumping ship. I'm just starting the pandemic Netflix just stay increased so much that they've actually increased the the costs because they they've seen so many memberships go up because people are home watching whatever on TV. So I I don't know. We'll see what happens on the road. I think this is going to be something where a week or two from now, maybe even a little bit later because maybe YouTube Waits a while back in the NHL hits up again and right around January. Does this miraculous agreement in their back on because I don't think they can take a whole market like Boston and really and really threatened to lose off. Those people I really don't think they can next item on the agenda with veteran Bruins players going through offseason surgeries, which you which younger players, but it need to have to step up and and fill that Gap and the first couple of months without Brad Marsh and potentially and for even longer David pastrnak, what do you think Heather? I think that what's going to happen is what always happens that same bubble group of kids. We've been waiting for them to come up and slaughtered upright are going to have their chance to earn their slot only this time some of them are going to get a chance to stay in the third and fourth line, you know after when they come in they're going to fight for their spot like just like Coleman did a couple of years ago, right and he came up in the play-offs but then in training camp, he showed you know, what a couple of what we have like your your show in your spot right now. I don't know specifically this obviously more marks thing, but you know like the statistic but it's hard because you don't know if like Sydney cos going to make the actual team so you don't really have him to draw from maybe those kids that can come in and fill in you can get their look like traditionally. We have one. There's an injured player, right so I get more marks cup of tea, but I would I just generally think it's going to be those same five players that we keep going as this the air is this the year. Is this the year minus the defenseman cuz obviously it's going to have to be the year for some of them unless we go and do Something like I said that and then I'm kind of surprised. I know that's too heavy on the right. But whatever that go ahead and Mark cuz this is your thing. You run it. I think it's going to be the same people. We always talk about yeah, basically is I mean, I I want to see Frederick get more involved. I do want to see us Tanika with the up shift on the right side. So Smith the Smith addition and calmed remains to be seen what's going on with Kasha. I mean at this point, I just ship him. I trade them honestly to free up a spot for a younger player on the wrong side sensation, you know, even a third line is ignition would be good. He's another player that's going to be an interesting. I mean, there's a lot of players that are going to come up here like, you know in Iraq and and try to get that roster spot, but there's a few of them that are going to try to get that Ross bought and not be successful and and be exposed to the wave of process. So it really tough situation. To to Really gauge but you know, they're going to have and that's the weird thing about it is is these kids are going to like sensation and ends borrow for instance. Okay, they're gonna come in they're going to try their best to get a job. If they don't do it they're going to lose. So even if it's a nation gets a third right wing spot for how long how long have these guys going to be out when they come back if there's no room for me. He has to go down you just you're lost a in my opinion a decent Prospect is still that's still has something to show in my opinion. So yeah, I think you're going to see the beginning of the season to see Craig Smith probably up on the top line with with the orc maybe on the left and you're going to see cashier with krejci and maybe stud Nika and you're going to probably seek korali up on a floor-length with coil and whoever and then the fourth line will be Frederick Wagner and somebody on there and I think you'll probably see them, you know, just sort of finagling those lines off. Way cuz Smith could come up for a month or so and play on one of the top six lines for your kiss is played in that scenario a few times here and there it's going to be a little bit of a struggle. It's going to be a struggle to score some goals. Excuse me, what loud Marsh and and Passyunk so I don't so it's not going to be the best case scenario for sure. But yeah, we'll see what happens from there. We're we're right about it the one 1 hour mark. Yeah. 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I think it definitely changes the game of hockey. Obviously. I mean in the biggest thing it changes really is totally the evens. The playing field is more of a pond hockey type of feel in more about skill and speed and not wearing teams down. So if you have a team has some skill and some speed in a team that maybe a little heavier and not as quick or fast you May, New Jersey. Be able to to compete as hard or well because you can't wear teams down and that type of thing we're down defenseman. So it does change a little bit that Dynamic but I wanted to get your thoughts have them and nobody checking potentially in hockey and what that does to the game as a fan. All right, so I put those in there cuz I am someone who likes Neanderthal hockey. I also don't think even though it'll be different like some people right like doesn't even got to be hockey really cuz the women never have body checking and they have a quick skills really awesome skills that you know home, so maybe for one year you have to maybe change the way you look at the game. That could be a good thing right? Maybe you can learn how to check. You know, when you do use checking maybe when you get back to it, you'll use it more special but more effectively because you'll realize other ways that you can help push like you can still push somebody off the puck without smashing them like, you know, I mean, I love a good hit but this idea like it's not wage. Ariake they'll never be the same again. They're going to get all these bad habits if you get that habit says cuz you're not training right and you're not doing it right? It's hard for me to think that your whole entire hockey training not going to be undone over one o h l season when nobody can body checks. So everyone's playing definitely. Do you know what I mean? Like I'd imagine is my thing is I think you're the idea that it's not going to be off. So isn't that counterproductive wouldn't you rather than at least out there doing all the other skills except for body-checking that just me? That's why I think everyone's being a little like, oh my God. No, it's not actually watch a friggin woman's game and you'll see it actually can make it a lot more exciting at times when in a men's game you're used to just a big hit and I love that trust me. It gets me like, I love that song but stop it. It's still hockey. Okay. Shut up. Ya head over. This is for me. This is a this is a weird one. It's you know coming from the who is this song? What's the name of a cloud Lisa McLeod or something like that? Yeah, it's like the health minister or something. I don't know. I'm American so but but I mean I don't have much to say about cuz I really don't know where it's all coming from. I didn't do my my research on this one, but I will say that it will take a a huge kick in the nuts of development because if this is something that's going to be it's just this season I get it and so on because of maybe Covent Iams and blah blah blah, but if it's going to continue on it's going to have a ripple effect on further down the line and when you bring up players, you're going to lose a little bit of the aspect of the game like Matt was talking about when one teams all finesse and and offense in a team might be a little heavier. You don't it's it's going to be a mismatch so I get that but I also get the, you know, the public safety thing of it too, but my thing is Is now cuz I'm a prospect guy. I talked about the NCAA a lot. And I hear a lot of my my Canadian friends always calling, you know, NCAA hockey soft. So, how is the shoe on the foot now when you're Canadian Club the Ontario hockey league is trying to take out hitting so a little shot at the bow of my my boys Thursday continue to say that college hockey is soft and American Hockey is soft and blah blah blah blah blah. Yeah. I think that also has caused about the pandemic in this virus and in sport is that it it creates this inconsistency and rules and what what is allowed and what is not allowed so you're telling me that rather than having a good body check you you're still not allow guys in the corner of scraping for a puck breathing all over each other. It doesn't really seem to make much sense. I would think you would get it more likely by trying to dig out a puck in the corner with fog. Eyes then to go and hit a guy for a half a second and then move on up and up the ice. I just think it doesn't I don't think that this is all that necessary but when it comes to to body checking and that type of thing you're at the faceoff Circle and you both breathing on each other and waiting for the reference for the official to drop the puck because they incessantly wait forever to drop off the face of died. Then that's a that's an easier way. I would think to get some sort of virus if someone has one but I think the biggest thing is the testing and if you continue to test and you know in Kentucky you to make sure that people are not playing with positive testing then I think that it would that certainly helps and knowing you know who may have and who may not have it and it takes out the unknown but I think that's major inconsistency. And in what again, it's it's hard. It's it's unprecedented thing really, so it's hard for people to make decisions and I think sometime Decisions are made just to cover people's asses and and so that people don't say after the fact because people are always great at saying after the fact what you should have done when they don't have any thought before long. So the keyboard keyboard with those keyboard Warriors are keyboard college girls and boys and I was going to say to just as someone in who has a youth hockey kid, that's currently been shot down for two weeks because you know, whatever clusters this and that there there's always risk to everything right but reading just like what that woman and again, I'm not from Ontario so I don't politically maybe there's issues people have with this lady which is what kinda cause like now you're messing with hockey lady, you know, I don't know. Okay, so that's for the Canadians know but if you look at the responses from what's his name Doug Ford from the OHL or even John Kerry had something out. I mean we haven't talked about him for a while, but he's bigger than you know involved in Italy. It's not doesn't seem as if it was actually decided. It's like someone put out about their she said about it but said that there was still things in negotiation and the Omni said this is how it's going possibly without it and everyone acted like they were like we're ruining the Ontario Hockey League. I agree with Mark about. Um, yeah one year is one thing but it's not it it does seem like whether asinine or not because again, there is no right or wrong answers. No one knows what the hell right like it's easier to go in retrospect to whatever you don't know but one years, it's just one year wouldn't you rather isn't everybody just wants everybody on the ice. Right? And I don't know if there isn't bigger things maybe in Ontario. Maybe they had to take body checking out of the lower leagues in high school and they're trying to say, hey, it's not the NHL man. It's the OHL which is very important. But if the high school kids can't do it and the college kids can't do, you know, like why should they get to do it? Even though I know they usually go OHL instead of birth? What you know what I mean, that's just me like maybe there are other things that play in the grand scheme. Like we always talk about it is a sport keep it in perspective and we are whatever level of what is really happening not having who knows it changes every day, right covid-19. Like come down. We're going to all get through it. But again this goes back to like wage twenty years ago. We couldn't all just be like, that's the stupidest thing. I've heard like just keep it in perspective. Okay, like I live in a country where two hundred thousand people have died of a goddamn virus off. Okay. So really the body checking in the OHL is kind of low on the scheme, and we always are so over we're very reactionary like just North Americans were like dust off in the end and in theory back in June. 18 ninety whatever it was a social media was a great idea, but you have to trust people and people can't be trusted. So that's oh that's a fact that is a huge fan found out that the only thing we wouldn't have prisons. It keeps next item on the agenda. Brandon Carlo made some comments recently about players not being receptive to another bubble. And this is something I think that maybe not enough people are really thinking about is, you know, will the players actually play in a bubble type scenario again, and I keep going back to the day no Chara and I really I believe is Charis decision right now not to sign because I really think it's hard to be forty three forty four years old and hang out in a bubble with 22 23 24 year olds in three months away from your family and he's an active guy and I just don't think it's a great situation for everyone involved. I think the bubble was really emotionally draining for the Player's Club. When you said that so it would be interesting to see if the players would actually be receptive to any type of bubble situation that keeps them in a setting pretty much locked up for a month or so. So I don't know Market that's even a consideration of the players like eventually be forced to do it. I'm I'm heavily believing that this is exactly why jarrah is not signed or or even talking about it at this point until the NHL has a better idea of what it's going to do moving forward in those situations. And like you said, it's it's coming out now and a lot of interviews that the players weren't exactly, you know, thrilled about the bubble. It was something that was hurried I get it but I think the way they did it was good. Even though that behind closed doors it might not have been so good. But I think if if they have to do it they'll it'll be much better than it was. This is like a it was trial and error over the summer really was and I think that'd be better prepared. But from the folks that went to the Toronto it was saying that it was really cool. But once they moved everything to Edmonton it was just it was it was not nothing going on. You had to go everywhere to do stuff. So while in Toronto all you had to do was walk across a you know, a platform and then all of a sudden you're in a soccer field and you're doing all kinds of stuff. So Monday, we'll see what happens and that's good on him. A lot of folks a lot of folks. I just believe that they shoot-from-the-hip we talked about it earlier, you know, they're always like oh the treating job relationship because they're not giving him a contract. He signed Miller, you know, it's just a lot of reactionary crap, but they just don't understand that these agent and Chara himself and even don't swim Mentioned in several of his it was off season interviews that they're just taking the time. It's it's it's it's flat, you know, it's plain and simple it's nothing to do with personal stuff like that and so on but like, you know the words of him being offered from other teams, he's a free agent man. The guy can listen to a phone call if you want man. It's a job. It's his family's gotta look out for so his thoughts to him ultimately. And do you think that players will be okay with a bubble again, or do you think they'll be but I would say there's no reason why they wouldn't be a bubble of some sort. But what are your thoughts on? I said at the summer when they were doing the first Bubbles and it kind of came up near the end. Like oh, maybe they'll just do this just start trying to get this is when they were going to try and get the seasons. Like the first week of December like you've given go get the time get the you know, I think that it was one thing for this one off to have two cities shut down a major part of their cities and hold these people up. I think for a long-term season and I'd be a little much and I would lean more towards. I don't know if it was last week or something, but I was saying that you know, if they go with the regional thing you can kind of put down and Bubbles a little bit but without actually bubbling them you'll have enough time. You know, like we said besides like the AHL and NHL can maybe piggyback the seasons together that long if you maybe instead of shutting down the whole town, but maybe you rent out something as a team or you know, you kind of isolate your team this time, you could maybe even have families with them, but they still are travelling without fans. You can still kind of isolate them right now. There are planes that are going to be out for sale that you could buy because brake lines are going out of business and you have just like they had the charters and this and that you can set all that up so that you have them even if you have to maybe quarantine them in their home base a little bit, right, but yep. Have to trap them in the chain link fence because I think part of why mentally it was hard for the people's besides being away from your family or even just the like interaction with the other teams. At first. They had them isolated from a job there. You know what I mean, right the product ended up good but the players I think it was a lot it was too much and then like when they got to Edmonton and they had been promised that they could have their families with them and not only because of the Border know they should have that should have been part of the special exemption already in there that the families can come in quarantine the two weeks before to be with, you know, whatever the week before so that little things I feel like they took us but didn't execute and maybe they did live and learn and they can do it. But the idea that you can put 32 12/31 teams this year, but in a bubble situation seems a little bit too much to ask any Dodge City or player to do. And very true. I just think that the the bubble situation is very difficult. We don't really as as sports fans. We we just ignore the human aspect of things a lot of these players and you see in the NFL that without a bubble you get you run into some some really tough scenarios and when you have to play a game every other night, you can't you don't have the luxury of playing a game with week and moving this and changing. Bye week and all that. It's NHL gets into a situation where they're not bubbling and they're getting cases you go to lose games and then it's going to be a scheduling Nightmare and off. So I think you're going to have some some semblance of a bubble and I'm just interested to see how the players will react to that and if it would cause any situation with the nhlpa or the owners and slash or so, it'll be interesting to see as we get closer to January or so next item on the agenda retro alternate sweaters are being talked about by the NHL. I put this on the agenda because I home Real hard time with this foolish bear on the front of the Jersey. I hate it. I hate the bear. I hate a cob. I hated hibernating animal of any kind of because real brutal bands and they think of the Bruins and think of a Spoke be they don't sell umbrellas fans don't even know what growing is a bear. They're not that educated. So and I'm one of them I went so long in my life, but I didn't even realize brought to bear and there's no other there's no other any type of talk about bears. And and in the Boston Bruins ever except for this foolish Jersey. So I want an 80s style spoke to be the one that can really wore the one that Rick Middleton wore. The one that Ray bork War. I want that for the alternate sweater and I watched everyone's voice to be heard including my so what are your thoughts on the sweater Heather? We've been over this a million times. I hate the Pooh Bear Boo-Boo Bear. I hate any Jersey that's yellow cuz I hate yellow and it's just too much that color yellow is too much wage. I don't mind a bear on the shoulder. I'm only laughing when you said that about I remember being a little girl and like yeah, they watched in the game with my grandfather's like what even is a bruin like, it's just a brown they're young. He's like, they're like just Bears native doing I was like, oh, okay, and I always do that and then I used to get confused when I realized they had bears in California too. Cuz when you little you don't really think of what's happening over there with them with their back whatever football team, but I don't need Bears. I don't mind the 1920s like original like Bruins. So I like that cuz I like classic crap like that song but no no math bear know Pooh bear. No yellow jerseys and for the love of God the Dallas Stars. I still don't know what to do with that. Jersey don't know what to do with that. Jersey case. It's like dead. Awesome and sucky at the same time. I'm like, are they going to play under black light? Like that would be cool. Like, you know, like it will tape their wrists and put a glowing bug but other than that, so no phone no pool bears, please just don't do it. Spoke be is good with name like again. Maybe it's my age. Maybe as you are whatever but like to me that's if we're going to go home and not just me or like a classic like I have my throwback sweater would just to be they kind of did that for the third Jersey last year like that kind of looks but just to be just like Boston be for Boston be for Berlin move on with life Mark the Dallas one was terrible, you know, and and I'm not I'm not one that likes like futuristic movies or Star Wars or Star Trek or anything like that. I can't really stand any of that stuff. But that that Jersey brought me back to like the early eighties. Remember Tron. Oh, yeah, that movie was Disturbed. Note a big hell no to the Pooh bear that guy looks like he's trying to take a dump in the woods on mushrooms and not like at a hockey game where it should be roughing mean. So am I in my opinion? And I I know you guys are other things are going to get hammered by this. Oh, I'm going to get hammered by this but my alternate jersey is the was it the pinkie Blinder year when they just just wasn't, you know, we played like five of them that game. Yeah. They had that black. It was the black with the Boston Bruins. So the emblem a middle with I think there was a bear but it was subtle and it was yeah. Those are those are the alternates that they wore actually the the rest of that year. I think too on a certain games. I just used to be there were like home and away jerseys and now every team has 14 jerseys and they're starting to get blurred in my old head because I they a lot of them look exactly the same but like now User thicker stripes or I always thought that they should go back to wearing white at home. I used to love when they were white at home. And I don't like when they used the the dong color it at home anymore anymore. Oh, yeah those ones. Yeah, I like those ones. These are my favorite ones. What was that a Winter Classic one? It is a Winter Classic Montreal winter club. That was the Montreal went to Classic. Oh, I was at that game, too. Yeah, I was that was a wide field versus like first of all, why would you have this random person singing the National Anthem? You should always always have the home team's like Montreal and Boston are plain. I want our person and their person one do the American like just friends with the Winter Classic The Fan Fest like they're like and this random person from American Idol, who's not even a New Englander h l is always been about trying to get non-fans to be fans of their sport package. So Carolina going Atlanta and going to Florida and they've tried and tried and tried and I'm sure they've gotten a few but in the grand scheme of things, sometimes it takes away from your true fan in your true regions that really love hockey and instead of always consciously trying to get these outside regions and people casual fans to be fans. Why don't you just take care of your your loyal fans and and continue to do that instead and it it sets a typical NHL move. Sometimes they make decisions that they think they're bigger than they are being a really solid Regional base Force and and just stay with it keep going with it. But you know, the funny thing is is I think they try to grow the sport they like, oh we're going to get fans but they don't do things that actually would get fans who weren't already fans and like why don't you just let the other fans take care of it. We will drag the pride and you just put on a good product also off. Maybe put some games on regular TV all the time cuz like actually right now why did why do we need 95 reruns of the same? Damn Ninja Warrior, which is a great show and all but I've already seen this run off when Dallas is playing, you know, whatever right now like that people like hockey. The numbers are always good when you show it, so just show it and they will come I think they need to Market their players better to I mean, that's that's been a problem for years that their best players need to be marketed better. Cuz that's where on National T networks and programming people will start to to get to know them better off. That's really the way to do it is to really mock you play a show their personality and then get people to know them casual people like my mother knows Bobby or my mother knows Wayne Gretzky, but she doesn't offer many Boston Bruins. She might know Chara because he's definitely but that's about it. Like if my mother knows you then, you know, you've made it it's awesome well and not only that but like right now. Ask turn on hockey fan like name one Boston Bruin. They're going to say David pastrnak because he's on the dunks commercial, you know, like all that kid with the accent doesn't that right choice very true. All right, so I'm going to talk a little bit about Mark has been doing some sports caster stuff and getting some really good responses of Marcos going to give you a few minutes off. Yeah. So on Wednesdays I didn't do one last week. I was on vacation watching my dad's dogs while he was on vacation. So I I've been doing it weekly on Wednesdays at 6:00. 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And and and some of the teammates that he had and you know, so great guide. I got another one and what I'm doing if people don't know off this week and Bruins history is something that happened during the week that's coming up. So we're ahead. So it is November 1st, but these are later dates in the week. So on November 5th 2011 a great year, by the way, Tyler Seguin scored three goals on three shots in a Berlin 7. The win over the Toronto Maple Leafs sticking it to Toronto even back then I love it love it. But that is that for you. That is the the week in Boston Bruins history. Yeah in Tyler Seguin that was all the more reason to trade him with his going too many goals. I know I know shop percentage was terrible. Well, that'll do it for episode 201 and it's been another great episode. Talk about all sorts of great Bruins topics every single week. 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#216  - 9 Songs Now on Classic Rock Radio That Will Make You Feel Old + Bobbys Musical Guilty Pleasure + New Music and Top-Earning Musicians of the Year

Bobbycast

28:24 min | 1 year ago

#216 - 9 Songs Now on Classic Rock Radio That Will Make You Feel Old + Bobbys Musical Guilty Pleasure + New Music and Top-Earning Musicians of the Year

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And kinda catch up music for the week but I found a pretty interesting thing thing about songs that are now on classic rock radio. Oh which by the way it's Eddie and I and that's a good one to bring you into this. Might make me feel a little. I you already made me feel old but this I feel real old so these are Ice Excuse me. These are two things we're going to do here one. All these songs are now in Classic Rock because I was twenty five years. Yeah is that what it is. Twenty five years old it can now be playing on classic rock when I think of like the WHO of course not the FOO fighters. No no no Tom Petty. Yeah steppenwolf Atlanta's way man but here we go. I have isolated clips to have some of these the first you do okay. So the first song that's now on Classic Rock Radio is foo fighters ever long. That's crazy nineteen ninety seven graduated high school year. You've got to and high schools now in classic right there. Yeah I liked Kucic version of the song really good. Yeah Yeah Dave released that I remember. I remember there is on the radio for awhile. Okay yeah I remember having Avin like back back in the day there was an MP three floating around the Internet of them on Howard Stern. That's why is out them playing acoustic on Howard. Stern is the reason it got released. Tuesday song do even just a demo. It was overlong. Yeah really he recorded himself and it's the version. Here's the ice lead vocals from Dave goal by the way with you. It's everything. Yeah that's cool to hear this. Good gotta ask if you also anyway they breathe. You don't really hear that a lot of the song that was like she. He says you're not trying to sing like that. We wouldn't be able to talk in the rest of the day Atlanta's Morissette Ironic is now a classic radio this this year. I think she's toying this jagged little pill album to do that. And I think there is also Broadway players the Broadway they play both for sure. Here's the isolate of Oklahoma lantis on this. It's an audio. What is the free and on you already? It's the good bye. is the judge who Of It figure missed. Did you play. It's really cool. Was Not gonNA listen to these all day. I might do that on Youtube. I just wanted to share a bunch of the songs that are on Classic Rock Radio Now Garbage girl. Ram Am which. I think anybody young. Now it's kind of missed on the REM experience. I loved him loved him. They still putting out music. Don't they never broke up. They didn't it stop playing. They just stopped playing. I guess what the frequency Kenneth Man this was kind of a little classic rock. Ah For me when I was growing up It was like it was like indie before India was India felt like indie ferrets Smashing pumpkins nine hundred. Seventy nine classic rock earl's born nineteen La Nineteen ninety-five software. Counting Crows Mr Jones classic. Or is this when it comes on always felt like. I'm have a good day if I randomly hear it on. Something sound like the nineties channel or if it's on a alternative station because I love the counting crows so much but you know what's funny I don't I never ever have these guilty pleasures. I'm like if you like it. Just say who cares what you're guilty pleasure. I think it's starting to be the counting crows. People won't go. Hey what's your favorite music and always say John Mayer Your Love Garth Brooks love then I kinda cool with some of your picks to like I love head and Heart in either new stuff their new records on my favorite. I do like it a lot but a little different. Yeah but I do like them a lot and I will ben folds kind of bounce back and forth but I always leave counting crows. And they're they're my top. What so you just don't WanNa get married? I feel guilty. Yeah I shouldn't I think it now have a guilty pleasure when I think of Counting Crows and my guilty pleasure but one of my favorites of all time I mean I do like going back to listen the counting crows but I don't feel the way I used to feel about different time. Sometimes I yelled Alexis. Still to play counting crows in the shower. Yeah I love county. I'm going to say right now. I don't feel guilty deep. I love county grows favorite top three artists of all time. All right away says wonderwall may in. This album was so good so good. What's the story morning? Glory just even the album cuts just so good couple more green day. Welcome to Paradise. Welcome to pay come to one. That's crazy easy. Man and then finally radiohead creep is on guitar. Rep was never supposed to be on the song right. They just kind. I left it up while recording and stay. Oh that sounds cool and then you said that they don't live that's ridiculous awesome to this is classic Iraq though not oldies plus Minova classical good and then we'll France differences because growing up. My mom like oldies and that was her music basic. Well they do a blurred line at the end of all these in the beginning of classic right but I think all these are even moving up too because all these used to do like fifties and now the price sprinkle in some fifties and sixties and seventies correct and classic rock used to be old aerosmith. yeah not creatine bog mature overdrive. When now it's frigging green day crazy man and garbage? I did hear Pearl Jam. The other day on Classic Rock. You did feel bad. Well listen. We're just getting all cultures olds awesome. Why are we in that culture we can create that culture? We TR- trying new music out today. Did you hear the cash along with startled. Simpson and Brian Wilson. No Yeah like Brian Wilson. Beach Boys Simpson yeah no to other cash. It's called resentment. Okay in a could be a country song. Yeah by the way really good. I saved it immediately. iheartradio playlist into cash for Tampa Dan. Yeah whiskey with team wake up in morning did Ronnie Dunn has his covers album. You still putting songs. Here's wonderful tonight. Air Clayton Nice to Blake Shelton album. God's country fully loaded. Here's that Blake and Gwen Duet. Nobody but you you and then Finally formally in Blanco Brown. WHO DOES TO GET UP? Going to do the Tuesday's I Cowboy Boogie they have a song called just the way in just Hugh Kerr called New Phuc Doc. His Co. saying except for the chorus chorus. Yeah really yeah Music News play the song. I'M GONNA take my horse to the old town. Road was the most requested lyric by Alexa users. And Twenty one thousand nine. Tom had just have a bunch of music. News I went down a little wormhole listen to the original track of nine nine inch nails. which is what they sampled for that? Yeah and that album that that song comes from is very strange eerie. Like it's cool. It's all just like very instrumental industrial. It is but this one has like I don't know fortysomething tracks in it and it's all kind of that. Sounds pretty cool. It's all songs. He may disassembly sample in the future. That's right the sample album music go ahead. Every billboard number one artist of the decade two thousand Ten Lady Gaga Two thousand eleven and two thousand twelve or Adele Bruno Mars twenty thirteen one direction 2014 2014. Interesting going to have big. They were to be the number one and they were huge. I mean I was doing. I was here That's why yeah. Yeah we were in Nashville. While he missed that I remember when they were breaking Simon Cal on what time I show and he was like we got this new. This new group audit that put together on the X. Factor X. factor. It's going to be huge like stop Simon. What was he likes one direction? See Nice he's okay not really fine for an interview. I don't know I don't know I don't family have an answer because I didn't get to spend time with them so he's okay all right Taylor swift two thousand fifteen only one year which the number one artist which was surprising to me. Is that the her birth. There was this album called ninety nine million nine. It was this year that Dell again in two thousand sixteen eighteen edged Sharon in two thousand seventeen drake in two thousand eighteen big year. And then who do you think was this year the billboard artist of the year Malone Right Mike Mike favorites chance Malone spoke Luke Bryan is billboard number one country artist of the decade. Yeah Yeah I love that dude funny now to see. It does have a warped view now. He's your co Oh workers a hang out with them all the time legimately. He's your co worker. Love him even more as a friend would just hang out and talk we will get dressed. NFC Shirt off many times. If we're getting ready to do stuff it's funny you bring that up with dressing. It's and so to see it's like you. Sometimes lose perspective of how big these people are even in Nashville. We lose perspective but Luke especially you do say that when he walks into a room indefinitely you realize. Oh there's a there's a star. He just attracts attention now because of who he is because he's a larger than life personality. Correct I love that. That's a great description of them But yeah artists. It's the decade and I'm like I would just be like hey. Can I borrow your truck. Sure Bobby that's crazy. Good for Luke. The highest I earning musicians of the year this year. I don't eclipse for these but Elton John and number five the eagles four then you have three current acts in the top three Ed Sheeran at three Konya two hundred fifty million mostly off of shoes. Right he's yeah. 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Just a few clicks love books now offers a membership program to where you receive a free book when you sign up fifty percents off any additional books. Unlimited free digital books and discounts on gift wrap and other products six. I'm GonNa give you the website. Go here look at it. Love books online dot com slash. Bobby if you go to slash Bobby Orr C.. Bay Twenty percent discount for the listeners. I you know I love this kind of stuff love books online slash. Bobby go get a good one. It's funny when you mentioned the Eagles it makes me think of their story of talking about when they broke up a classic rock the John Restarted so their music never finished because of classic rock genre. If it would have been another time where they didn't have a job like that they probably their music probably would have fizzled out. But at the fact that classic kept playing the eagles the eagles never died. I remember it was in the documentary that they that they talked about this so because the music kept playing them yeah. They never stopped playing when they stop playing. Correct pretty interesting and it's it's cool. They realized that but I feel that way about artists when they die right on. I think I've said on the show before like unless you knew them and unless you were still following their new music they never die like Tom. Petty was example that I used 'cause we didn't listen to Tom. Brady's new music during his life but now it's not like he's dead to me I didn't know him and I'm still listening to his old stuff. The same amount that I was listening to it so to me. There's no difference at Tom. Brady being done live right so to me. He's never died. I said that a great way more than like there's no difference. Yeah so elvis us to in a weird way I. I know it's been a long time but we still listen to them. Especially Christmastime we lose no. He's still alive. The number one album is the frozen soundtrack. This week People talk really highly about that soundtrack. Yeah because it's a little more progressive musically right on it. Yeah Casey and Weezer on and Um yeah both of them very much. Do we have an Casey on the show on six years. And we're good good. I think we're GONNA see her. We're very personable. I wouldn't say we're best friends. I wouldn't even say we're friends but we're actually I guess solid the CNA's at the same as last year. I was like hey congratulations. Let's just great. We say hi to each other but I think we've tried. Both sides have tried a bit right. My Yeah would you put her on the bobby gas because that'd be Kinda cool. Yeah right an answer we tried. Yeah in something happened with scheduling. And then she started her like big world to a right before Um and then there was another time where she was going to do a radio tower with other like you know I don't. I'm not into the radio tour right. It was a twitter. I don't do anybody like that. This one of like fifty. I turned on Hootie and the blowfish on a radio tour and I loved areas and I love Hootie. But it's like I don't WanNa be just you just come into us is going to be special to us and to you and if not that's okay you can do every other show like I don't care what you do in other shows but I think it was what that wants to write again album album. Maybe not this last Christmas sink so yeah and it was like I'm talking to do it because she's doing a bunch of shows. I didn't want it to be that like I don't want to be part of the wheel have have you seen her. Netflix Special Amazon special. Thank you and I haven't you could confuse now. It's really good and it's sure it's short. Watch forty five minutes I think. But she's my favorite country artist of the decade. Yeah Yeah I mean you've you've really liked music from the very same trailer. Different Park came out. I was like Oh my God this. This is my favorite favorite artists then pageant material eggs in Golden Hour. Yeah yes she's really even. When we weren't on great terms I was still like? Oh my God this is the best. I believe though you can separate from artists not this example. Because Casey and I are great now and I feel like we should a lot more separate art from artists Kelly but also his music. Because that's I know I know I know one other story I was going to bring up is juice world. What do you know about US world? Nothing okay so died recently last week this week Lake Sunday. Yeah Yeah you don't even who. He has no clue. I know from talking to be honest with them. But that's where him singing. Yeah UH Lucid Dreams Right. When I was at the boys and Girls Club I was asking these kids about who their favorite rappers were and it was like a young boy? A bunch of people don't even know I was like oh I'm out of. Did they say the baby. They didn't say the baby. I saw him on Saturday night. Live is pretty good. I guess. Debate with musical guests juice world overdosed. And I'll read you. The story here. Juice world may have died when he swallowed several percocet to keep them hidden from cops. Authorities searched the luggage of juice and his crew ever landed. They found pot. COPS are up and guns and he may have tried to hide drugs from the cops in his stomach. Sources sources say Jesus pilots alerted authorities on the ground that there were guns and drugs on the planes when they landed they remember. FBI and the FAA according to TMZ swallowed several percocet pills for the cost went to find them. And I guess what happened was it was too much. Yeah initially reported. They had a seizure. That's what I heard on the airport. Authorities found forty one bags of marijuana. That's a lot of weed what that's like not even for your personal recreational use unless you're doing a lot of person. Recreation of a lot of friends MIA probably right. Yeah that's a lot. He was living. He was living heart. six bottles of prescription codeine cough syrup to nine millimeter pistols. A forty caliber pistol high capacity ammunition magazine Metal Piercing Bullets you. You wonder if he had this because he felt like he needed it. Or that's part of what you should have to show that you have it. What do you think my I think probably because he felt like he needed to have it? which what regard like for his image like for his image does my second part of them right legitimate question? Go ahead and I'm serious if I if you were part of the his label his people. Whoever he hires to run his his music business? There's many levels of that okay. Finally Management got it. Okay close wouldn't you advise him say. Hey what's his name deuce world you don't need the guns we got you. We will hire twenty securities. Whatever I don't think that's I know because his image I get get it? We can have fake guns for that like I imagine. If you're rapper and you give us our man I I I agree. We like from US saying the practical side of it is. Don't be an idiot and carry all this drugs and but also you're twenty one twenty two twenty one. You're young you're dumb. You got a bunch of money you you also about lifestyle you're living now's what got you there. You just get to amplify it now. But you don't have to do that anymore. I know nothing really changes like. I'm I'm is nutty as I was when I was nineteen I just. I'm able to be nuttier in different ways. They often say about money. For example I got a lot more money now than I did five years ago especially fifteen years ago they say that money shows the real you it just gives you more access to what you want okay and also help you either go. It's like power. You're you're the become wonderfully helpful or it absolutely destroys you and you do the worst things with it. I wanted the same thing with fame saint things with so what got got him there he just feels like let's turn this thing up split up even more we think about that. My I was also thinking about that Tick Tock. Did you see of him thinking that he was going to fake his death breath. Yeah I said he was GonNa die was twenty one any like like a like a long time ago like I would get so big then disappear and fake. My desk are people thinking that. That's what happened now now. I don't I mean that was a little convincing. It like posted like his lyrics and all this other stuff I saw that. Yeah you gotTa Take Dude. Yeah should. It's fun I mean I'm a video guy to make any I don't I don't think I just get on there if I'm going to back if I might. Car is an Uber I just take watch. Take talk the whole time flick. My recess time. I see stuff you put on. And it looks fun to make like I'll take talks to enslave them. Put on my instagram story. Much I love it yeah. That's it that we come on. Share some music news. Talk about this classic rock songs and give you a little podcast for today. goodstuff check out the one we did the demos most. Yeah did you hear that one yet. No no no. You'll laugh when we talk about. It sounds awesome really good songwriter. Demos it turned into big hits. You get to hear the song writer. How did you guys get access to these Demos Mike which found him? Yeah go through the Internet and find anything okay. Muslims dorothy identities and Yeah Eddie's podcast casts a sore losers podcast Yes sports Guy Talk Sports Guy Talk. We're trying to mix in a little more guy talk. Sports is real. I mean everyone acts like they know everything about sports. It's everyone doesn't know everything about sports so we make some talk and the only thing that you get that can't be replicated. Is You people specific right you guys are personalities euro people people will come to the show for you make sense. Yeah does so he will come to our show. There are people that country music probably maybe not better than me though I gets into myself quite the historian probably have different opinions. Be They can be. They can have a bigger opinion on. What's it doesn't matter but you can't replicate talent and your talents? They go thank you. You're welcome I feel good now and my movie. PODCAST goes up all my God. He goes up on Monday. You can actually listen. You're put this on Friday. Could Be Monday when you hear this. But it's call Mike these movie podcast. You can subscribe now. What's your first episode? GonNa be about about actors big roles and how much they got paid for them so like one single roll. How how much they got paid over like all the movies did with and then what are you going to do on this podcast? In general I'm GonNa talk a lot about like kind of movie history stuff you didn't know about movies and then I'll do movie reviews and then I'm going to bring people on to talk about movies all about movies and I can't wait to be a guess. Oh Yeah me too Vasko probably talk about office space best movie ever. Well you can tell them what to talk about. Don't don't because then I put you in the hammerlock. Mike did say that would be people talking about their favorite movies as well. My favorite movie though probably not officer I probably watch it again though. Whatever we talk about probably watch like no? My favorite movie is Man on the Moon of all time. Yeah because I love Andy Kaufman about Jim. Carrey great nailed it and it was a good movie more than four. Iska more than Shashank Ryan I think you and I share a lot of Jim Carrey movies and maybe we could do something on that like in. Oddly Not Jim Carey I I go crazy fan but you like eternal sunshine one of my top five movies to show. Yes but I don't. I'm not a big as mature was funny honey. What else they do like? Bruce Almighty able guide. Fine that's fine and find a pretty good. Like guy enjoyed that. He liked the dramatic. Jim I love the dramatic Jim Carey. I love show in the concept and thought he was fantastic in that. Ah Favorite movies a Jim Carey movie. We just aren't man on the moon. Eternal Sunshine of the spotless. Mind so frigging good. You know back in the day would hurt the shoulder. You're patting myself on the back. Whenever I was curious as America's most beloved actor Mike Dallas before the fandom started it was way boy? I'll give it yeah. I just didn't understand how people didn't love Keanu reeves more now would declare. Kiana Reeves is America's most beloved actor for some reason it became thing now because of me but now there's memes and there's uh read it whole followed threat to celebrate Canada's loved now no it was very strange you talked about it and just randomly and then articles. We'll start popping up right after all that and I'm not saying anything to do with it. I'm not saying that. Either but Weird Jim Carey now Jim Carey. Who One of America's America's finest actors articles pop up tomorrow? Jim Carey one of America's finest actors of the Twentieth Century and then the next the thing is the sonic the hedgehog movie is He. Does he really robotic. Well if I come in and I'm like well no also he was in Batman. Is the Ridler ridler. Now is like an whatever but don't have to like every row. I don't like Rick Yano role so beideal ability to see the Matrix in in John wickford coming out on the same day next year the same day. 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Best Players in NHL History According to Teddy Irvine

Talk Is Jericho

1:10:03 hr | 1 year ago

Best Players in NHL History According to Teddy Irvine

"Talk Ricco Welcome. It's Okkas Jericho. What is the pot of thunder and rock and roll? And even though every day could be Friday when you're stuck because of pandemic we are still kicking off. Friday's the way we always do here on talk is Jericho with the Duff mccague. And Joke of the week course. Defecating call me. I'm in the car wash right now so my become a lot while. I'm not in the car. My car is undecided. Anyhow I'm going back to the doctor. The doctor said You just you. Just don't eat anything Fatty and I said you mean like Bacon orders you said No. Don't eat anything fatty. Thank you very much. I gotta get tickets. That was a good one. We all use some last right now. I know we're all going a little stir crazy being locked down at home to stop the spread of the corona virus. And it's working which is good. We're starting to turn things around. But I know you guys are still stressed about your work situations and all the disruptions and changes to your regular life so I'm here to entertain you give you a little escape and not just the talk as Jericho blown out live every weekend on the Saturday night special come Johnny for virtual drinks all drinking. You can't do story sing alongs and of course I'm answering your questions. Facebook live and Youtube live at nine PM Eastern Standard Time. Have some fun while we're all staying home together. And this Saturday a Fauzi. We'll be joined me. The entire group rich ward. Billy Grey Randy Drake Frank Fundraise. So it should be a lot of fun and remember. If you can't join me on Saturday night. You can only see what you missed on Youtube the next day on facebook as well and today my dad Teddy Ervin. The baby faced assassin returns to talk is Jericho to talk. Nhl and able to have him on the show. Thanks in part to rocket mortgage by quicken loans home. 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That was good fun because after the fans were terrific to me when I went upstairs after taking pictures and a couple of Chicago Blackhawks fans came over to Megyn Do you think of us now. So I think terrific and it was. It was good experience. Let's talk with that because we adjusted with the Thanksgiving celebration for champion. And you're you're coming down to Chicago anyways because you wanted to see the show and I said well. Do you want to be a part of the show and put you in the giant box because in wrestling Pantheon when someone goes into box whenever there's a giant box us the person opens it and gets attacked and I wanted to do it? Where for the first time ever? Somebody's actually in the box that you wanna see so my idea. I put up with Sammy Guevara in there and then when you said you were going to be coming down. I said Wa- Maybe I'll see if they can put put teddy in there and so I talked to Tony Tony and cody about it. And they both liked the idea so I pitched it to you. Would you think when I first asked you excited because I'd phoned you? I just wanted to come down and see a chance to see in that in that venue. The guys had a chance to meet all the guy so I was really excited. Then when you call me back I said my way. Baez can't believe I'm going down there. I may be part of this whole thing so that was very very exciting to me but it took you ten minutes to analyze the whole thing and then reach out and all of a sudden. I'm on my way to Chicago to see in that venue and and luckily enough bad weather. You still got there. And that's one of the most frightening thing because I didn't have to wrestle at night place of you. The whole thing the whole thing so that was a great experience. I just really appreciate the guys in the dressing. I appreciate the fans at. I appreciate being part of that whole thing because it's it's not as easy what people think. It's nerve wracking. So tell us about your experience. You know the shows. What would they do? And where did they take in and tell us about a lot? Well you forget that you always said to me delegate some stuff while I was standing around but everybody forgot about me which way to go in. Who's GonNa come and get me and never how so so when it started to go? I was looking around for somebody to take me and I can't remember. The Guy was doing the the ring stuff. Don't worry I'm coming back for so I thought I serve on a blackout. Tv The RENA. No they took me in with my ranger sweater on people. Dad Yes I'M GONNA love. My name was all over the place and now I'm going. Oh I'm going to rip these people nurtured for me right now. You're wearing to asus obvious. What had happened was earlier. It sat in that box on a chair. You couldn't breathe in there and it was trying to sell a lot as you guys are in the ring. I can't breathe in here and you know there's a door there. There was no door in the Darren boxes so they had to cut a hole so I could breathe breathing hole citizen. That's analogous in there. I'm sitting there and I'm hearing all the fans I'm hearing you do. All your stuff in the guys come into the ring and those big big jake dare the goats and Virgil and listen to this whole thing. I'm sitting there saying it's getting close to me getting close to me. And they'd put a chair in their box and I sat on the chair and they put the sweaters under the chair I was sitting on my couldn't get the bag out to get the sweaters and the non trying to lift my chair up. Nobody can see this. I can't stand up because I moved the box. So anyhow so it came out you kind of go blank because all of a sudden out showtime and so it was great experience and the funniest thing is me trying to get out of the ring because you said well look at the box can be gone. You gotTa go behind and get out of the ring. Roll out of the ring. I get there. How GONNA Roy? The fans are sitting in that car. They might kill them. Soft lavender is now. I tried to lift those roads. Those are I couldn't lift it so I saw go on their knees so I went down the bottom and I couldn't get out from there and I've tried to reach out and I got the bad shoulder and people were killed himself laugh like couldn't role. I couldn't get my legs so the rooms now I stand out there. That was even funnier. So try to be courteous. I could've stood in front of all those big blow up animals and I was killing myself. Laugh at watching this. Then these guys come. Running down is going to be a big brawl. I'm into wrestling. Man Guys are going and I realized I gotTA GET OUTTA here. You guys are halfway up the ramp. I'm stuck in a Corrigo. What do I do now so I ran up and then one of the guys through trombone saxophone almost hit me and I'm ready to go back in the ring and then I get. Outta here so I left so what went through my mind. Nobody knew it was really quite another experience in life which I appreciate. Let's hold those things too because you know I mean that was your first live. Promo in the wrestling ring. I I've ever even interesting ring as far as you know in the last twenty or thirty years. And you forget that when you get in and out of a ring daily it just secondhand but when some never been with cripple threat with the un-american Towel with Ryan trying to get in the ring wonder if it's like how do you get in the rain. We actually made a joke out of role in the rain. Like it's not something that you just can do. People think it's so easy when you've never done it. It's really not know you walk up the steel chair the steps and you get on the Apron of the ring. Thank goodness you were there because you lifted the top rope. I so I can go under there but when I had to do it myself. I couldn't budge. Those darn things up or down. I was stuck. I was literally stuck. I had to go through the the bottom in the middle one. I'm going off. This is not on. Tv Patterson Tommy years ago when the focus is not on you. You don't have to worry about deuce back. So what was the reaction backstage? Everybody say anything to you. Backstage to people watching at home. Well people backstage are so good only calm. I Guy Because that stadium. Your ramp was very high so when you left go behind the curtains that you had to walk quite a ways down and he was the first guy. He came right out of the booth. Mr Every did great. He was high five from you. And you and I said I'm going for a beer. Then the other guys are coming over other a good job and every house and then my blue was burst because I went around the corner and there was some goats and everybody was talking about goats and nobody noticed me. A lot of people see at home. All they're crazy people were. You got booed. Yes I did. Why would you do that? And they said no local paper. The Teddy Bear Room called Bobby Hall a Wimp and this and that they said the paper. Oh yeah then it was on the radio. Apparently why would he go in and bad mouth and stuff like that and everything else so I got back the office? The office booed me too. So okay away by phone a bunch of people so they're all watching it and every house so it was quite a quite an experience as one of those things people. Just don't get it. Don't understand what is really once again like you said to be doing this free thirty years. It's just of the show but when you go do it like oh my gosh. She assaulted Bobby Hull. How can he do that? And I never even thought about that. I just thought I'd say the line is funny. And everyone knows this part of the show but people don't know that sometimes actually what happens when you get home being an analytical which you know I am I looked. I should've said this or show presented myself that way so I wanna chance I could have been somebody speaking of Bobby Hall and your first foray into wrestling which is good but some of the you know very well. That wasn't your first phrase plan hockey and I thought it'd be a great kind of topic to talk about. Who you feel are the greatest players that ever played or that you played with and kind of just get your thoughts on that because there's so many you know you read different people. Sports writers will say this and fans will say that but for some of that actually played in the game. It's always an interesting take for me so I thought it'd be kind of a cool topic for us to discuss here. You re triggered something for me because I'm at a point in my life right now. I back and be appreciative. People are brought into my life. And why and yeah. You can talk to athletes in hockey players and everything else you can look at statue can look at a hockey card. Sometimes there was more to the story type thing and when you asked me to do this. They play against a lot of hall of fame hockey players. I also some of those guys meant more to me off the ice and during the game than just their stats so I started thinking about. It went right back when I first started. Newell Sixteen League which was with the Boston Bruins and I remember names pop up that Quick Hall of famers but not that they were hall of famers. It was something else to them so when I started looking at this. I went back to Boston because I played in Oklahoma City and we'd won the championship two years in a row there. That was good hockey in Montreal. Canadian farm club all pop up names. I'll say Jerry cheever say why would I say Jerry? Cheeser one of those guys off the ice end address room. I remember this day. How he he was not always a goaltender. Here's the old guy that played all face masks. We'll stitches on the masking. You draw stitch on his mask got hit in the face with the puck where he would have gotten the stitches if he did have a mask on basically he came down to Oklahoma to get in shape at that time and I was lucky enough. He hung with me a little bit. You Call Me Moose. And we'd go out and ride horses and we'd go do this and we go that. And then when I played against him he'd Scare Messiah. Don't just one of those guys. That CHEEKY LITTLE SMILE. You know tried to score a goal massive square garden from center a rush the Puck fuck all the way up there but cheesy. That guys relied on him as a human being and funny guys were rallied. Jerry cheever's always member cheesy was not only a winner. He you know he was. I don't know if they consider him a great great golden but he's won the Stanley Cup. Great Goalie but also it was his attitude on the ice and how he made you feel so I remember if I remember when I quit Hawk and I was doing radio in Winnipeg and boss was in town and Choosey came up and he moves. When did you get the mustache? I said she's had for five years. Oh Nice much that but he was one of those guys just made you feel fun and to this day. I know they gos- A lot. When teammate Brad Park always say alone? There's something special about him away from the game that I remember as a young guy. We needed him in goal. We had Bernie Peron and Doug Fa- val two. Wow but cheesy was just one of those guys away from the rink he used to sit with. Don Cherry's brother Dick Cherry and Dick Cherries Principal University at one of the schools in in in Kingston and they brought him down he was a black belt. Kung Fu guy and we got into a game and anybody went close to Jerry. Cheever's Richard Dick Cherry. Who so quiet. A bird watching these to sit on the bus and Jerry say or what kind of birds that and we. We knew he was putting them on in a game. What happens somebody Ran Jerry? Cheever's and Cherry almost killed a guy start joking about with the sweater tears. Coming to this guys is and we had to jump in and grab. Don't mess with my goal. So so that kind of guy means a lot. He's Won Stanley Cups. He's a hero as a coach and their own member him boy. I'm sure glad I was at that age. And he took the time to say. Let's go hang out and this is from Boston or this city doesn't it. Was Oklahoma City over the years. I played against guys all the time. But you'd see each other quite a bit away from the game. He also cheesy was one of those guys. I remember as I go back into Joy Watson who played in Oklahoma City. My first roommates young. I mean he's from ABC. I was lost. I didn't do anything and he cooked. It was wonderful. I mean Joey from SMITHERS BC is two best friends or titles. And Tuckey. But I was twenty years old. I was scared and Joey Now. I look back. He used to make creamed corn with a with a can of water in the corner. Run over the plate and his mom come now. What kind of corn is this? Why but in but water in a super put one on the corner and we hung together and he was one of those guys he was so much fun. Any made it today. Nhl and then play against them in Philadelphia. Same Guy to this day. I remember joy. He helped me as a young guy when I first started and I had to rely on somebody I room with them. We bought a nineteen fifty five four hundred bucks. Each order was came out of our partners around down to the road. We went down the ramp. He was driving. There's no breaks. We went right across the road across other road up above. We can kill as I understand this Moose again. Well those guys great hockey player won the Stanley Cup but helped me so much away from the game came to me today. When you said it wasn't why would that come? He meant something to me so you say that he was your roommate. Are you talking about like like living in the city? Are you tell me when he went on the road or live in the city? So you guys had an apartment together. That's cool money. We lived on apartment block in every Sunday. Somebody threw a bomb the window and it was kind of like an old folks home and twelve stories. And we'd run order. I in the manager can we? Don't worry there's some but we can't catch them. Somebody throws a bomb at the window and every well. We were young stupid but we won championships into this day. I still remember titles in Turkey. Oklahoma City must have been a bit of a culture shock for my dad and those days. We'll talk about that and his move the Big City Los Angeles. But before we do my friends Stephen Singer at I hate Stephen Singer. Dot Com has been really affected by everything happening in the world right now and he knows there are so many out there who have lost loved ones who are sick. 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We're all a bunch of young guys. We were the next Boston. Bruins the only trouble with sixteen leave. You couldn't get get in. You could get. They kept their eighteen players. Wow no and so we interesting. All really was because we went into Boston an exhibition game at getting the Seaweed beat them. I don't know how bad it was. I remember Doug Valby Takata Reggie Fleming. Who is a tough guy? Fans cheering you guys stay. Any westfall came on addresses. That's embarrassing you. Guys should be playing here because the secondary squad. Yeah so so. We relied on each other and we grew together so we thought we were daring. We didn't make that was making thirty. Five hundred bucks or whatever it was every year yeah and then so at time so we thought we were doing okay. The culture shock came. We went to the NHL. I went from Oklahoma City to L. A. There was a call culture. Sean your mom had to drive down by herself. We didn't know any difference. And they changed the hotel laws and mid air and hotel were supposed to go to a scholar cockatoo in they changed hotel for a reason. All the wives are driving the town. They don't know each other and they gotta find a hotel and they finally find. They gotta go. The cockatoo in all the waves are checking on these hockey players. Yeah right yeah but we were scared. La was now your big your freeways you're live and further apart and so that's when the shock happened get the La Ben the culture shop when you went on the road the first time into the Chicago's the Montreal's that was frightening and we didn't have a veteran team. Terry Sawchuk and Terry help us out so much. Got His name down here. Because it wasn't for him we would never got stuck rotating. Yeah he was a number one draft by La Kings Hall of Famer. And we've got to l a Weiner practice for weeks men no money when we got there was supposed to have cars. We're supposed to have meal money. We're supposed to where we get our apartments and what happened was that none of that was there when we got there so we were practising and we hadn't eaten we're taking crackers on the restaurant. The Terry Sawchuk stood up phone. Lyra John Maher said I quit. You can't do this to these boys you can do to me not to these kids. They just told him go home. Jack Kent Cooke whose owner got involved next day. We had our checks the car. I'll never forget Terry Sarthe. He didn't stand up for us. Okay we may never been the same team. We became very close after that. Now Yuki was a quiet man and everything else. Why aren't you getting paid? They're going to teach us a lesson. What's the lesson the lesson? Is You work harder. And we'll treat you guys better. Gotcha you ain't shit. Yeah that list as you'd never saying shut your mouth the new because like you said it was so hard to get into the league. You didn't want to say anything and get blackballed. Because she went down. You might never get up again. It was that three way contracts. Do what's the three way? Dna You can make eleven thousand the American League and make seventy five hundred or go. The Central League make six awhile and every night and you. If you're hurt you shut your mouth. Tell anybody so. That's just the way it was that serious. It was a hall of fame goalie as well. The Right Hall of Famer. One of the toughest fighters he is goaltender. The goaltender Terry Sawchuk. The old days used to have the sticks had a goal stick used to have the point at the end of the stick. Where the Blade in the Stick Matt? He was good. There's a couple of guys they would catch you on the ankles who the corner that stick almost break your ankle all say stay on the front that could and they did purpose hall of fame that he came to New York. When I was there by that time he'd lost about fifteen pounds and a dine in New York when I was there. Him and Rani stirred gotten a fight. But Terry heads spleen problems before that and so we'll see on L. A. Because it was an expansion team was he kind of like the the one each team got star or something those days the expansion teams they didn't NHL teams didn't put a lot of key players up. They didn't have to answer. Terry Sawchuk WHO's our number one guy and then maybe you're DETROIT DETROIT DETROIT DETROIT Yeah Yeah came out. On Detroit's he'd won the Stanley Cup in Toronto. Dairy was such a unique guy when he won the Stanley Cup again. Loyalty to teammate. Johnny Bauer's as backup goalie announced Terry sucked up one vizner or whatever else. They wouldn't accept it as my partners. Johnny Bar we accept together because they worked together. Yeah Gotcha so those are some of the I go to Eddie. Johnson. Eddie Johnson. How many people moments goaltender in Boston? Okay pops who you call us in Saint Louis. When I got an policies brothers supposedly his brothers might have been in the Mafia popsy was the old time stuttered. Talk so quick. You couldn't hear them. You just knew he had respect right right around the league. He was a great guy for us as one of these guys. I talk about Chris when you got to the League. You'd heard about him right then when you got the league. They're more than what you thought they were a Gordon. Well Gordon. How would a great hockey player was when you got there and you got on the ice and you said who this guy is timmy? Horton you know cigarette machine head on top eight Johnson. That's the guy that I was thinking about. You Know Eddie. Johnston somebody from Eddie Johnston. He looks at the guy from the addams family. Whatever from the Munsters? He was tough guys. You're saying Eddie Johnson Much Johnston S. T. O. N. Gotcha Boston him. And Bobby Orr again. Bobby Orr played in Boston. Eddie Johnson was a guy that kept everybody in line to stay away from Bobby God. You don't treat him badly against some of those guys the old time hockey bars when I go tim. Derek Sanderson Derek. Sanderson you Turkey. I remember him being in Boston now. Now all of a sudden became a celebrity in a movie star Ariel and then he came to New York out of the W. H. A. And he was stopped he was broke and then he went right downhill. Why mentioned Turkey because he fought back. Now he's a player Rep Hounds People's monies. He spoke at your high school by look at Turk. First game he played in Detroit Against Gordie. Howe went up to Gordie. Howe in warm up. But a sticking Gordon's face it. You COME COSA MEAL. So and so our. Poke your eye out. Well that went right through the league. Don't mess dare shack. He had two hundred seventy pounds. We were scared if so why would he go up to Gordie Howe just to teach Gordy? I may be a young guy. Afraid You Gordon. One of the toughest guys the toughest guy in the League Meena Meena Saga. Because you hear about Gordie Howe. And obviously he was Gretzky's idle and he was aggressive Roka's as points his point Records So obviously he's a tremendous offensive player. But you're saying that he's mean to he was mean he was subtle. He hit you with elbows. Terry Softer told me the first game. I play and they put me against Hell. I Kid Watch out for 'em seventy five pounds of that time when I'm fading I'm looking at. He blinked crazy. Everybody News Blinken. Gordy blinked Hoya. Yeah no neck. All muscle looked up. And he's never hot in here. Nice to go for cold bubbly. Walk Right now. Had He punched you elbow? Oh he took you off guard. I've got traded from New York to New York played. My first game endured Troy Olympia. Olympia with linemates bobby. Nevin and Ron Stewart and they put me against Gordie Howe. I knocked out two lenses in that game. Your contact lens from elbows from the one time. I think I told us before when I played a celebrity game in. La For the All Star game was one of those ones against the team and stuff and Gordy was the coach. I just bought some new elbow pads because those are really nice elbow pets kid. You know what it's missing said what he said teeth marks. He's quite a character but he was who thought he was. I mean when you guys just seeing TV and you get there but he was legit legit legit and this is a quick thing. When I first started www in the locker room and you know I was sitting next because I wasn't changing in the same room but to see that hall cogan Israel Ric flair Israel. Never forget that in staying and lex. Luger really kind of putting respective like Holy Shit. Like this in real yeah. This is all the guys that I watched and admired and now I'm here. Do I deserve to be in this dressing room or in this ring or on this ice with them was at the same for you when you went up against you? See a Gordie Howe or bobby or somebody in real life in real life. Definitely because you take a bobby or I mean I was supposed to go play with him in Oshawa and I turned pro that years. I never went so the ghetto. And the ICE. Bobby or you can imagine speed until you're out there with somebody and you realize is all facet but when you're on the ice all of a sudden he goes by you go. Oh yeah he is quick and he was also tough one of my things. I'm fighting him stupid thing in Boston. Garden around but I got Bobby. Orr Down here again for another reason one. Is He Chinese a game a hockey? He won the championship. He give all the credit all his teammates. But then when we quit the game one of our all our teammates. A guy named bill handel tried to commit suicide jumped off a bridge. We wanted to raise some money. Who Do we phone bobby? Orcas billion played in with Bobby Bobby. So I'll be there now to get bobby to come in summertime. Basically paid his way in and we played that game. I remember that yeah. That's re tweak Disney. The first time we heard his knee behind the net on the ice in Winnipeg was he still playing pro. Yep I'll wow. Oh yeah that's what's so special. GonNa raise another name then Wayne Gretzky. Why would I have Wayne? Gretzky is saw in L. A. Two reasons that night we hadn't sold out the building okay and we wanted to raise one hundred grand at that time bobby was coming in. We had the old national team. Ken Dryden and it was just terrific lineup. But we needed somebody. Bobby man phone call to seventeen year old. Wayne Gretzky Wayne. Gretzky was in Hawaii. Flew back to play that game and Gretzky was even in the NHL. You know he was just the the wonder kind that everyone had heard about. And if I look back now at the kindness of people I saw Wayne at the fiftieth anniversary of the recent one thing quickly. I remember vividly remember. My Mom said Dwayne she said. Oh look at that. Peach Buzzer. Just a baby remember said Peach fuzz. She's just a kid I've ever said I count Gordon. I remember. He rubbed his face. Doing that was cut. And that's where I started to respect a lot of athletes. What they can do for each other in front of the Fast Forward To the fiftieth anniversary. Because this is something to your your tried and True Ranger yes with the Ranger Hall of fame and all the stuff that you've gotten but you got something similar when you got to do that with L. A. Which I thought was really cool for you because it Kinda reconnected. You like you were one of the first in La Kings of all time. I one and I thought that was pretty cool. Yeah assist I assisted ever street. Yeah Brian Jewelry Gold but what happened there when we got to l. a? Wayne Gretzky. Now we didn't do them just they all came back. We had one guy played one game for us and that sixty seven pop appeal and from Austria. He got a goal never played again. They all came back. It was like ten minutes Chris. We're altogether again. Yeah things up. Nothing changed and I just say I appreciate the wrestling guys except me because I played the game and I respect that for. Hey we're all hail Gretzky came in. I saw him just before. We're going for the for the game and sit with his son. He called me or steady talked. How's your boy? Chris around say he said you know where I was when I came to Winnipeg. I'll never forget that way and that was so special. I was in Hawaii when bobby called you. Went and he remembered that he was vivid and he was excited. Abo- now we go into the dresser and before the game and Luc Robitaille is the President of the Hockey Club. Wigan Dion we got Charlie Simmer Taylor in all Rogie Vashon in there. Were waiting to go introduce on the ice. Who walks in the dressing but Wayne Gretzky he says the Luc Robitaille says look whereas a champagne? This is why these guys started it. If it wasn't for these two bottles of Champagne showed up. He did a toast to us after he didn't have to do that. So I remember that stuff. So that's those are the kinds of guys Ryan Kilroy right. My first sentiment up to November. I was number five or six in the League in scoring and then what year. That was the first year sixty seven hundred number five or six in the summer. It May Lyell taught ten Muslim that summer. I'm looking at my name. I'm with Esposito Brian. Core is my Centerman. The famous Centerman out of Springfield became the top junior hockey coach in the world. He was my centrum. It wasn't for him. I would never got off the start. I did then. You hurt his knee. They send them to minors. My career running downhill out of that. So he set the up or he was just a playmaker plus eight and he. He just had to get open. There's a couple of games or you'll see on TV. I got the hat trick in Chicago. I just there Bryan Berner right but one of those guys away from the game and the key because he was a guy who brought L. Eagleton into the being the player Rapid Ahl. So we'd met Eagle way or anybody else because Brian 'cause eggleston happened to be the representative for Springfield American Louis. Ck The issue on sixty seven and at that time. That must mean like the best player in Winnipeg. We're GONNA talk about what it took to make it to the NHL which especially poignant right now since there is no NHL Terrier is here to tell you about the classic era old time hockey. And I'm here to talk about the new Ray. Connie twenty-five ear buds role staying home these days due to the corona virus. And I don't know about you guys but that means a lot louder at my house things will be to my wife myself and my three kids. We're all doing things or working on something at the same time. And that's where my rake on e twenty. Five's come in. I pop those bad boys in whenever I'm listening to music or PODCASTS. To make sure that I'm listening to what I WANNA listen to and not what someone else in. My family have similar to this at the time. 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Nhl All you gotta be great in your local and then the score as many goals as you did. You must have been one of the best guys in the city. You didn't think of that time we didn't. We didn't have the Internet. And all that stuff you know what? I'm like NASA right. Oh you knew about this. Other part of the world was hockey news so we never knew good or bad indifferent. I knew I was signed by Boston. But I made the All star team and I went to catch them to play against the Scotch one team. And there's a guy named Kenny Rear News. Assistant Gentleman Montreal Canadian said in the paper this tentative and could be something I never thought that stuff so what happened was same as you probably. When you get out there with guy just start to religion. I can compete at that time. I got flown to Boston. Play one game. Nobody ever done that before and western Canada who flew but so they came to take they flew in to check you out and then Ellie expansions they gave up. Because you're a prospect. Basically are they. Why would they give you up well? Because I was sick national. They had to leave so many players open right on there. You've got this kid urban. We like him. But you gotTA give somebody out in La Gotcha that time. You didn't know because you talked about. I realize where I fit into only maybe in the last ten years were when I go to a hall of fame in the last ten years now like two thousand ten didn't realize you fit in didn't realize oh good you were in realize realise. I was a player. I going to Winnipeg I got onto event. Cornwell see event. Hey how you doing Larry Rows Teddy. How're you doing? You beat the hell and I mean I'm going I playing us. Those guys know me still hard to accept and but that just the way it was. I was so focused on New York Rangers because that was my love and still is. That was my team. I knew I fit in there and to this day. I know when I go back there. I was part of New York Rangers. Larry Brooks the writer's done real good nice stuff about stem Kofsky. Mcgregor the best third line in Ranger history and and then the writers voted me. Seventy four out of one hundred. I know now seventy four not out of one hundred seventy four on the top one hundred ranges of all time. It was probably been ten thousand Rangers. Right I mean you can't say hasn't been in sixty years or whatever it is Jerry Douglas. My partner uses seventy seven. Hundred guys played one game in the NHL really yes. Only thirty five hundred played more than one hundred games. Wow played over seven hundred. Yeah so I look at this. A G A necktie do that. And that's what I mean. You can't play that long and I know it was still another era. You have a ten year career in the NHL that you gotta be pretty damn good to have that well jess to stay there because everybody wanted you go when you went to training camp you or told by the Scots. We've got these young guys. Come into purview. Bitter start working. You'RE GONNA be says they young as the first couple of years. You're scared stiff. And then after a while you realize just their job puts your for people listening seven hundred twenty four games. A hundred and fifty four goals. One hundred seventy seven assists three hundred thirty one points. That's one point. Basically every two games plan okay. Playoffs eighty also six hundred and fifty seven penalty minutes so there go eighty three games in the playoffs. Sixteen goals twenty four assists forty points. Let's want literally one every two games so I became known as a playoff player. I didn't realize after and I look at my stats. I look at some of the places where I'm going. Wow I put up some points but look at this like your first year. Twenty two goals and six in your first year in the Kings twenty four. And your second then you go to the Rangers. You eighteen twenty one twenty seventeen adult together. It's basically one two three four five six give or take twenty goal seasons. You played six Golden. Twenty six goals. Sorry I was looking. I was looking into negotiations with you. I was looking at this eighteen year first year. Then you did twenty with the Rangers twenty-six with rangers in seventeen with the Rangers so adults together. Divide it that's four twenty seasons which would be a ten million dollar player. Didn't play in the power play really know Steph. And that's third line. Yeah so who? Score more goals than twenty-six goals. I'm sure there are some snipers but I was getting more goals in seventy three seventy four. Who had the GAG land? We had Joe Bear Retell and Hadfield. They got fifty goals at one year. Those guys wow so. And then he had could chuckle scoring Steve Vickers. Send a heck of a kill himself laughing at you and I at the Chicago. Because he's doing remembers you at the skull wrestling's love watching you guys Miami. You Billy Fairburn in the hallway at the host hotel so yeah but you didn't think those things at that time part of a team may now if I look back. I say well No. But that's the way the business but it is business. The game is now is more about individual stats team stats. Remember Walcott Shuki. How he says you have a great year up to Christmas renegotiate than float the rest of the year. And now guys. When you see what's happening after the end of the year guys are holding up their points somewhere in their money trying to get onto Stanley Cup. But I look at when I was there. Meal Francis Such gentlemen to us to your mom Ni- when I first got there. I'm coming from La. I got one Blazer. Goldens meet him as I said Twenty Bucks Years One hundred. He's a here's another hundred another blazer immoral. No meal is the gentleman's gentleman the coach and the coach so he didn't both hated both such Jomie says. Where are you gonNA levies? I got a host for you. I'll give you the down payment to this day in my sorious thing and NHL Francis doesn't have a Stanley Cup Ring. Mall guys will say he was a gentleman gentleman. Gentleman could've been a nicer man for us. Greg I'm GonNa Mention Orland Kurtenbach or curtain back to New York Rangers or in curtains in the best fighters ever okay. They used nickname. Cannell one shot. You're out and Kennel Cannell candle. We just knew he along arms and he was just a beautiful and big dedicated Centerman. Thirty four he gets traded to Vancouver that next year. I'm plan. We plan mass scars and the fans love him in Madison Square Garden. Kurds plane for Vancouver. I'm going wow. They love him because he's Iran them and put them halfway over. The boards changed my whole career in New York. People start to like me after the game. Kirk came up Teddy. You had to do that. Don't ever do it again. I'll never forget those words he recognized. Kids got to do something. I remember that vividly could kill me but he let me go. Why would I remember stuff like that? So what is the difference in obviously get the two biggest media markets in the world Los Angeles and New York? What's the difference for you getting traded from La to New York? I guess from a fame standpoint from a notoriety standpoint from a spotlight standpoint because even though it's La wasn't a big hockey town no New York is nothing but a hockey town. And you knew that even when you play the whole more fan showed up right Jerseys Montreal jury trial jurors we were an afterthought they're now no ski showed up at base to stay on but even with that. It's never dealing those guys. Don't get the Notre Gretzky. Does her aerobics. They just didn't push it on. You just have the media when I went to New York. You got your travel with three four five reporters Montreal trials eight nine ten of them or the traveling team. Playing Caribbean travel most reporters from the players. If they'd watch what they travel around when you got the press box there were there today. Now it's a big business at that time but New York. It was big apple. The dress codes. Who's I went down the hotel lobby the first night I got traded to New York? I walked in the hotel. All I'm looking there suits or more than I made the guys the cab field and Stewart Non Garage Obama my God. Where'd you get closed like this but you got there? It was big apple. The big difference in New York when you went to another town. If you went to Oakland he went to L. A. Vancouver. Everybody wanted a piece of the big apple so you had to raise your game. Ever wanted to be guys. Yes bad. Fans and players Ohio went to another level and that that made us all better because we knew people were coming after. That was good to to other groups to families the sutter family man a lot to me away from the game and on the Games Stanley Cup winners but the love of the game of hockey itself. Six seven brothers action. Gary's oldest never did play in the six brothers and Mr Sutter they to me the more. I got the Nolan as a family and over the years they're the epitome of what athletes should be loved. The game work hard respect. I really appreciate being part of their world even to this day and I still watch like I wear my arranging Duane. Sutter Brent's they've got more Stanley ring. Don't wear their rings. Yeah unassuming guys. Who Want to talk about? This is a family to go play once again. Bright lights big cities and in the summertime. Go home and Bale Hay on the farm or whatever the hell they do and you'll man smack in the stomachs get in shape now. I remember them something. About what hockey really is the plague? Roberta's bobby and bark. I hated them. Didn't like playing against nine. No bobby a little bit better. There were two brothers that made from a small town. Most emotional sweater hangs ever in Saint Louis Barnsley. These are the guys that you made in Saint Louis and Saint Louis. Life fought bobby and Noel Picard. One game in Saint Louis. Emile Francis new arranged to be there after games. I want. You ain't fighting those two guys again. Bobby was miserable and tough. We became kind of friends in. I didn't have that respect for when I played with him. Now I see him as a human being and what he does for the game how he loved and what does family meant to him. What the brothers. A lot of respect for that so the game names. I have here the Bobby Hall. Let me just say a couple of things? Bobby player gave me a cigarette when I was five years old and I have been a beer to Jill's Murat game in the beer and bobby played the cigarette. And just before you continue on the go back to the sutter's the reason why you met. The Sodas in the first place was year last year was Brian's rookie year and he was the first one to break into the league right. So that's where that friendships. What was he like as a player even as a as a rookie compassionate miserable and he goes through a wall? Fauria NEW MU. Just shut him because he'd just come right after he was a leader a true true leader and he were used to quit. I go and highway in Winnipeg because you couldn't get the radio station. Saint Louis because he got on a roll at one year scoring goals left or right him and burning for Dirk so proud of Brian because it was hard working was never the great. He just fought everybody every. Also he brought that and more compassion. Most guys I've ever played with Bassin for the for the team for everything people respect for the gay to this day. If I phone calls everybody. Mr. I talked to Mr Salt. Oh I talked to missile that that's the kind of respect. Yeah that's a really rare rare thing you know. And that's one thing we we we don't have to get into it but talking about how he got a little bit of Flack for his coaching coaching. The Bravado coaching strategies or personality. But that's that's how you deal with millionaire superstar athletes. These guys are real salt of the earth. It's like it's like a full of Jerry Pacos. Just good good salt of the Earth people and you know the right yeah. No you're not working on sutter got ripped pretty good and the whole family. People stood up for me. You guys won the Stanley Cup. Because of his adage and other games change but they brought a different intensity to the game right on and off the ice. You still want to be around. Yeah Yeah who who else? Well when I look at it like Bobby Bobby Hall to this day for him. To come in Winnipeg but there again there was an example when you skate on the ice and Chicago Stadium and you saw him shoot a puck. You realized this is real. Well how do you mean by the way? The rink was among fifteen feet short at center. Ice Stadium when bobby shot and it just came off the stick like wouldn't believe from from a wrist shot or a slapshot slapshot snapshot because he had the Hooks Nick and that buck was going up and down all over the place. But he's shooting at rookie goaltender shooters head right away. Immersing you then they'd outstanding. Does the next shot put on the ice but he was. Draw those guys if I go to guys like hall or the Bell of Old Corn Y LA. Fleur go to Bossy. These guys could score goals and they did at the right times. Those are the guys you just knew no matter who you checked. They were going to score a goal. And they're that good hard in this day and age that we were always told Jacomb Jacomb escorting so Hamad did get away. They were that good. Go Get up get zip pass you how would they? How would they? If you're supposed to check one of these guys. How do they get past? You will because that time what you did you had to keep your forward to the Board Okay and so you count on the Guy Down. The boards come back up the boards and they learned how to go inside also had Makita. S- feeding them. They had guys feeding them. That are out there. Were just there to pass the buck. Okay like normal man with Gordie Howe. Belvaux to Cornwall corn. We got four goals. The first game we played against them in. La We chased bellow. The ice corner just stood in front of the net and put them in a van recently and I said man you remember that game where you got four goals. I could have had ten. Kids are Jason whole ordeal after big. John Lewis Emotional funeral service. I've ever seen because the respect of John Bell and John Rebel classes hockey players on and off ever and they did the abandoned the eulogy. And it was all about my captain my captain where art thou show emotional. That's what he meant to that hockey club. So I guess I'm talking about are hall of Famers Billy Fair and remained mired for six years. Love them to death. We got so many ups and downs but so many guys. You know like yeah. They were great on the ice any Jack. I'm showed up the night. You're born the House. Twelve o'clock midnight bought a bottle of Champagne. Now all guys and everybody wanted to kill any going to Boston. They hated his is the goaltender. It was good and he was feisty and I respect Eddie so much on the certain guys I know how great they were but I also know what they meant. Now Look I watch trades. The old days of trades traded veteran guy. That veteran guy was probably so key in that dress room. Most often realize why that team was like glue because certain advant infant Philadelphia. Let him go. That team wasn't the same as the chemistry right. And there's certain is it can go to anybody on in your dresser and challenge or say the right thing got Claude Lemieux guy never really star but every team. He played for one another thing that most guys hate him. The resum really as I mentioned when I go through all that stuff and you get to a certain point. Yeah I appreciate their skills and they were good hockey players and Derek Sanderson. You've got chuck left. It got forty. Six goals in every goal was highlight. Reel and most games Turk. Couldn't even stand up and he was spaced rows and we've got forty six. You said Chocolate Sanderson got forty. Six Calls Chuck Gut Dirk was the center. All Gotcha was almost a breakway. Okay we're talking about the seventies in the NHL was at a party scene for you guys like it was for rock and roll at that time before you answer that. Teddy baby faced assassin. Let me give a quick shout out to another great talk. Co-sponsor Endurance Warranty Endurance protects. 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And do they try and sneak out past the curfew? And all that sort of stuff. I heard that we always thought were fooling meal. Francine knew everything we're doing and and you you did stupid stuff and like when we played in New York. If We'd played in Toronto Saturday night we play the next day in New York. They wouldn't let us go home. We go stay in hotel downtown New York just like the visiting team so we'd land at one o'clock in the morning. I remember my first game. I played New York. My roommate was billy fair but who never said a word and I got there and he says you WanNa go for one o'clock in the morning that's go walk we are. We sat down to three in the morning and having cheeseburgers and laughing and everyone else played the next day. As this normal we became great. Great friends over the years. Did that Pretty Pretty Responsible Montreal was the greatest like Scotty Bowman. He knew the geyser out basically and he used to give the dorm. Anka's the doors unlock at twelve o'clock and most hotels we went to. And if you got there late you're locked out but if you knew the doormen he left the door open but Scotty. Bowman give the Doorman a program. Now the guy sign autographs next day guys would be called into the opposite. Is He know all this bobby? Plager- caught is our house. And he'd go in and there'd be somebody in the House Scotty Bowman again and Saint. Louis Bobby got a cigarette in a match by giving match next day in the opposite. GotTa Find Your Hundred Bucks. Zelda Maze Bar in Boston that give me the matchbook career all that stupid stuff so when those guys do they travel by train original six guys and they were hectic because sometimes two teams around the same train and it was guys sixty. I mean they would rivalry was real very real. Because I got the New York I got. The Winnipeg did some broadcasting John. Ferguson would not talk to me say a lower he's near the enemy basic. And that's because you were a Canadian. Yeah Wow so again. The curfews in every house and But you had some of the veterans here. Which do you get a newspaper and some toothpaste and you walk in backwards. So I just went up to get some toothpaste and newspaper like they did. No way wrestling is that if you get there late you don't come in with your with your gear. You just leave it in the car. Go make sure everyone sees you hang out for a bit then go grab it a couple of hours later so no one knows a little tricks right. Yeah that was that and then they find you for it and show is the most is your playoffs. I usually take you away. And they put you in hotels way out of nowhere and they bury year. We beat Boston. We hadn't beaten them all year. Long meal Francis took his little town called Fitchburg and we worked out to three days and then he had a team party just skies and we had a few drinks and we wouldn't be Boston two games now but they brought you closer every ounce camaraderie important in this right especially in those days because you needed each other on you guys because you didn't know especially when the team like Boston they're going to run and you need to stand up for everybody and all due respect. We all knew there's guys in the room is that wasn't their game and you had to be there form. I remember Teddy Green. The toughest recently passed away toughest guy not that plate in his head. I think right yes. Mackey hit him in the head when he played Don Ori. They brought down or up. Donnie play on Ori Oria or donate blade with us. He played for team Canada against the Russian Russia. He came up from Boston and he brought him into Boston. Donnie was never really a tough guy. Eddie Green grabbed practices. You're playing together if you're not the first guy in the corner with me. I'm coming after you changed on his career. Wow We'd say Gopher. Where'd you could be tough guy all of a sudden gary during hover miserable elbows in Philly to this day but when he played Boston he wasn't bad guy when he got into Boston. Philly guy like Bobby Clark. That wouldn't put any Gulf in the dress from outside the dress on. He was just a miserable hockey player. We showed a play on hated him but he wants to cut because he challenged the guys dig into different levels. So most as you listen to those guys writer I. It seems as we wind down here. There's a pattern that you're saying guys that were really talented but also super mean like you mentioned or was like that. And how was like that and Clark? These guys have a problem sticking your from behind as they go score their hat trick who couldn't even warms. It'd be a little bump. You can't go cross center right so I'll just involves shoulder from Gordon go. What's this all about. We played filled out that they used to have the referee. Stan on the just outside the goal when we warmed up. Because you didn't know what was going to happen. They're gonNA come after you're not in every house say so but most of those guys like. I say they were winners. The guys that no one knows you go to Boston. And they beat us. Guys like Ace Bailey. He died on the plane us. I I still believe he's a guy so let's roll. Because he was. He was crazy but he was the best guy ever told you. Wayne Gretzky who was a bodyguard brought in as Bailey and Ed Norton. Really Home Gretzky was getting all brought as Balian. They couldn't ace Belan. Yeah because he wasn't there for Vialli was Wayne. Gretzky said Aset Guy Number twelve keeps on. Hit Me Ace's I can't get next. Shift come right down. The boards close to our bench. This guy was chasing Wayne Kim right. Disclose eight just leaned over and coal call ace played from there could drag the lineup. So those are good. That's good memories. I have higher stuck together right right when you're talking about you know we've mentioned all the goals and assistant. You had a lot of fights to who who is like the toughest guys fighters these are that you follow that you would see and I'll talk in the house. Who actually guys. It would knock you out with a with a punch if they can get you Clark Gillies really. He was out. You are right now. He didn't knock me out. Split my head back of my head. I had to go by the I. Under abandoned the bug was out for Clark so he was a tough guy. You had for me Bush. Yeah he caught me one punch cold and massive square garden in fact. That's the pitch you brought home library book. You say. Look you're fighting guy. I said well look where his fist as I turned around. His fist was in my head so quick. I got fined hundred bucks. No stemmer had jumped on. He got five hundred dollars. I couldn't close my next. I couldn't put my classes on. Hit me so hard then. John Stan Jonathan for Boston will just William Changed Everybody's career. Then he knows interesting. It's funny too because you mentioned these names and as a kid growing up I remember like thinking a jump. Ferguson's an asshole just because of your opinion of them. I remember we used to go to. The subtleties had a golf tournament. And I remember one year. Gillies was there and you were telling me I don't like that bitch or something about Gillies is an asshole. That's the reason why I had to do. Some work with him. From the Center for about a year ago he phoned me from Hawaii says Teddy as clerk of Clark remember when I hit you. I'll never forget it. He was laughing. Boyd over hit. You guys could really throw them. Every team had a couple of guys go through. Today's guys not so much last couple of years. Some good firefighters. They're they're trained to fight. Every we were slappers more than anything else I think he you wait for the referee to break it up in a fight referee. Els let them go. Grab the referee quickly. Get them in there. Let's talk a little bit of last few things about when you mentioned earlier that you feel bad. The whole team feels bad. That Emile Francis never got a Stanley Cup ring. Also close you guys got the one year and how that felt to be so close not get it. Well WE LOST SIX GAME. Seventy to seventy two. We played in Boston the fifth game and they had the Stanley Cup. They're dressing room tradition. There celebrate after we won the game. I remember setting up Bobby Roussel. Wow so they put the. They put it in their dresses evenly guys. They had the Napkins already. Made all my gosh. That's a real the last thing to do that time they were going to beat us now and we won that. Game GRAMMAR JACOB THAT GAME. Wow now we went back home without. Hey we got him. Okay Yeah took the Willis touch it and they won three one in Madison Square Garden. Bobby took the puck figuratively. He keeps he just took control the game draw game in a goal and assist and every house and what happened was after the game fans tried to fight the wives in in a restaurant. They were so mad at US cert wives. We didn't know what it was. We sat address them after. There wasn't a beer in there. We didn't really realize we are in the Stanley Cup at circumstance so the next year we thought okay. Now we were doing never made it never got next round. Yeah that's what all it changes. Everything is so easy to get there. You may never get back right. You may never get back so that one hurt from the point of view. The teas were playing against their general managers. Tough and miserable and thereafter a male to okay. And that's what hurt us. We knew the other general manager Whiz. Santa Cups we also knew that the class of meal France. Maybe it was too good a guy of such a thing and doodle oil you guys on the ice at the end. Maybe shouldn't have been on their icy new. Yeah I'm just looking here. April Thirtieth First Game. Boston wins six to five in Boston. May Second Boston wins again to one in Boston. So you guys went down right off the bat then you win in the garden five to two on the fourth then you lose the garden three two two on the seventh and that's probably when they had the guys down three two one. Let's probably in Boston. They had the cup in there. But you guys beat them three to two and then of course they beach garden three. Nothing on May eleventh so at least you took it away from them when he at home the positive side of the right though we talked to this day you can never recover that time. Anybody to win everything. I've told you I've been a Lotta functions and charity games or they have the Stanley Cup. They're if you've never won it you don't touch and that's an old school mentality there you know and so you've never touched it advertise it. I will say this to you. Know if you remember this on the game the game stretch five when you guys took it back three games to two and you one three two two. You had assist on the winning goal. Bobby Rousseau wishaw. Yeah Yeah there you go. That's pretty pretty good stuff so you will never touch the Stanley Cup. Never did you. Is that something that all players even to day. I think so guys are all dying off now but I know the group with we wouldn't touch just wouldn't touch just to respect at McDonald's four times and we go to function abby. Hold LETTING EVERY HOUSE. We just sat and now that's a lot of respect when I play I Reggie Leach son. He's twice never played. Joel how will he got called up for playoffs at that time you were there. But that's a technical says it? To braces I feel so bad as you. Were there last question for you. So it's a twofold question who in your opinion. Who's the best that you've ever played against for me? It's bobby are yeah. I believe he changes the game hockey. In what way bringing the Pocahontas Doug? Rv Harvey was very. Good with the puck but Bob Your Noni could pass but he could lead the run so my voice told you. We talked to hit him in his answer. I'm GonNa we were told. Hit them okay. Hit a most. And he'd be leading the rush. We're in healthy go. So then he's okay. We'll hit the other guy and bobby is up. There is I believe he changed the game skill but he was also a tough kit. Now Bobby fought lots and then he was good. I believe as a leader at that age and for that COBB. He was the straw that stirred that whole team so for me. He changed the game once he got that good. I remember wanted a piece of so you got ran lots when he got went to Chicago which was a disaster disasters. He didn't even know Boston offered him a contract. Nielsen never told them. Oh Jeez and ended up in Chicago. His knee was gone on the only play a couple of years. I remember we lost five to got two goals two assists in Chicago and we look at the film after he couldn't even lift the one leg. Nigga four points yeah and I liked his demeanor away from the so for me. He was changed the game hockey as our play against them. And who's the best player ever? Well let's go best player ever the guys go back to the Boston guys Montreal. I guess I have to go to guys kills and that was the floor from your era. Yeah for e killed us. Bobby Hall was great. Was it the best player ever basically. They're going to go to one of the goal tender's much could be dried. Which could be Glenn Hall? It could be a bobby hall. I don't know bobby are to me. Still Doug Harvey was undersold. We just didn't know how great Rashard had such a mean streak a bookstore. I was functioning. I do you know my uncle. Wally Harsheim side play but her D. R. Laid. I work with her. He played New York years. I heard you played a game in Madison Square Garden Early Fifties and behind the net. He Ran Rocket Machar and rocket shirt. Just give it to him hitting him. He's only five seven this hurry it hitting her in the New York. Rangers went in and rocket. Just looked on this at this kid's got learn the proper way to play the game. Get outta here and guys step back for a couple of seconds. Teach them a lesson so I think rocket had the most fire. But you know Chris I mean Boom Jaffer on I mean did. They changed the game. Rauner aside all guys Harry Hall. I own believable hockey players Gordon Teddy. Lynn's him guys. I just hall of famers. All played their own way. Certain RULE BUT TO BE. Bobby takes everything. That's the one last thing speed around here. We did last time but I wanna see you do it again. Nicknames this is the seventy two rangers demos say their name you tell me the nickname of the hat Glenn. Say they're slaps Rozsa bare rocky. Pego yet Bruce Bruce Fairbairn you'll favor augie doggie Vic Hadfield Murphy Bruce Macgregor Murdoch well. Could you both done John? Rozelle Johnny Gene Car a fred piece. Some else keeps dumber bobby. Rousseau Russell terrier superman and spiral eggs and toss cue which apparently is Ukrainian for Ted and Moose Brad Park porky. Greg Gary Doak Dokie tells Ralph Goat Rode Ceiling Saud and Zilimir. What's a other Jackson Guinea? The only one I didn't know his peak oil feel go ahead. Who's there was just? A part of the season didn't even play. Oh yeah exactly French. All right that it's great talking to you and the amazing stories as usual actually heard some new ones this time. Thanks for the memories a when you asked me the question La. These people meant a lot to me because they helped me along the way just learning from her playing against them and being part of a team which is so huge for all successes in sports. Yeah great stuff. Thank you will not be meant Levy to.

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"And low everyone roberts with a challenge. Kotal madness preview podcast. I am Brian here on the coast. Eyelash Alley how are you? I am very excited. I was sort of like when this first got announced as united. Dixie like should we even do this? He's very like Ma- on it but going through the questions getting ready to do this preview. Podcast honestly I'm glad we're doing it this season because I am now more jazzed for this season than I was five hours ago before I had done any research for this. How are you? Yeah are you know. I think it's fun to get a little distraction. I think you know is not much else going on. That could provide a level of enjoyment. I'm sure we'll check change tunes when we're on our third episode of maybe two and a half hours about of yeah I was going through the cast. And we say this season newbies the returnees. There's a lot of people excited to see so this is obviously a terrible time. Everyone's going through so we figured we have extra time and ever can use some extra content so we will be previewing. This cast which Mtv did not give us a lot to work with. Luckily we're experts in the field. Yeah it would be funny like actually right full byles like what it would potentially still look the right about like bananas your seats. You like here on the twentieth season. Here's another fun fact that you may not know about but I guess for some of the New People would have been nice to have some level for information as avian opera million with some of the shows that they're coming from since we don't have a lot to break down as far as the content material that these contestants for the most part everyone tuning in knows who I would say. Eighty percent of the cast is we have some quote unquote veterans and rookies. I hate distinction. It's like ridiculous. That big T is a veteran but whatever and not just big like almost everyone on. The season is listed as a veteran. Irks me? But let's really break down the by little material. We have first of all. I want to ask you what you think of the title challenge total madness. So do we think that. For as opposed to less. He's in this is actually the title working to hear a lot of dubs throughout the entire season of what the alternate title would have been. I think this is it though and there was a rumor that this was supposed to be worthy world's three right so maybe there. Oh boy it's I like when the title had some meaning to the beam I mean I guess if the theme is just whole madness and then it's fine but you know it's doesn't move the needle one way or the other. I I say hated it and was like it should be one of the world's three that would be better than this. I don't understand it's like a total give up now I love it. It's like I Mitch. Watch myself on the on the title and now I love it. I think it's I do love it. I think it's on but I agree. It gives us nothing to work with. We have a question related to that so Germany Hamilton says. What are your predictions slash hopes or the game format this season while the title doesn't give us a lot an MTV has not given a lot. Is there anything we can speculate on that? We might see the season format wise so I guess one of the big questions is what type of format the challenges are and I think it's clear obviously limitations and with a final are individual. But we think it'll be like a free agent type thing or they're going to be moved together between teams payers individual or. Do you think it's always going to be individual? Like how do you view? The Daily Challenges Challenges Going Zero Idea. And maybe it'll it'll shift around like we've seen that before that it will you know oscillate but between like larger teams and individual and airs. But my real thing I want to talk about here is like what we just glossed over of the biggest twist ever and how the eliminations are going to be. Because that's what we actually do know right so this is TJ clearly had a lot to do with the format this season and he said he's sick of watching the final. He wants people to earn their stripes. Got To win them. So what do you think of this that you will not be able to go to the final unless you win and elimination? Yeah I don't I wouldn't mind when people avoided elimination because I think that's part of the game. Is building a strong alliance with you to avoid you going in? Especially if there's like an individual thing where if you perform poorly enough you have to go in like that's why. I never minded someone avoiding emulations eliminations. But I guess this will be interesting. I guess probably people look time there. Eliminations go up against people or it could create a situation. We are saving we people still so it adds a different dynamic. But I wasn't craving this to be at is I tend to agree with you. I feel like we saw something. You're describing it. What was the one where they were in the shelter? And then they had to like earn their stripes to be with the big dogs. What season was that the island right? That was my first one that I remember like recently like vision thirty or so invasion of the champs when they're all a shelter right. Yeah I mean look I. Don't care you guys either note. I'm talking about you. Don't don't ask me. I don't care but basically when you had to win an elimination to get out of the shelter. I feel like that's something similar. People wanted to go against week or people like if it does end up with like people calling out the newer people all the time just earning an easy check to the final. I don't WanNa see that like I'm not interested in that Outcome either but I think the game lay has changed a little bit. People are a little bit less afraid to take out major threats and there. Aren't that many layups here. You know. Look we're going to talk about the cast one by one but I do think it could yield some interesting results because there aren't really that many people to weed out until quote unquote labs. But I am worried about ct here. That's the person I think is most going to suffer for. Yeah he's he's going to be one of those that's going to have to pick a spot. He can't be finding himself Jordan and hoping to make a fire in the right time to to navigate this world because the last season he was kind of like the right place at the right time the entire season it worked out well but he probably wouldn't have the same porch in the summer. It's also going to really have to be the right. Elimination like not only the right partner. But like you know brute. Strength Weight is going to have to help out. Like he's not going to be out running anyone and I'm thinking other part though will play a big factor as it always does just like the format of voting is is where the winner gets to pick one and then everyone else votes. Is there a loser that goes in? So there's obviously other formattings up that'll play a big factor in voting. Happens and how you can get by and stuff like that so that that's also another key factor to see with the rules are. Let's keep going through if you don't mind before we get to the actual players the breakdown. The full extended trailer that we got to see. Because that's really all they gave US A. Tj does say that this did yield at least one good result for him. He said in his entire challenge greer. He's been waiting for these two guys to face off. Who Do we think? These two guys are Nelson Corey. Obviously right isn't that we're all related to say you got me on that one but with some combination of CT West Bananas like those three and tossed to with them. And then that's a matchup. He wants to see right. Yeah I really went in on this one because it's not Jordan and bananas because you're GonNa Bananas Have Gone Against Each Other before and free agent wes. Bananas did face off in Joe's versus pros according to Youtube high stills. I do still think it's them like bananas. Bananas Backpack Count as them having faced off. I know it wasn't I C T to stay in the game but I feel like you can't really save and waiting your entire career for them to face off when they face off was the most iconic if and challenge history and I think they have a vague face off like impairs in rivals as a key point even another chat like a puzzle partner. The fine so I think they're probably all at some point. If I would be stunned if those three in all combinations have never gone in against each other. I would find that very surprising at this point. Think West and Bananas Have Never Face Each Other and elimination unless it was in the last two years. Two thousand seventeen. I was hoping you would know this at least up until two thousand seventeen because they say the shows versus rose preview that this was the first time that they've ever faced off. That's wild no because yeah because bear sent West home in the last one also hasn't been on as many to either like when I was the one thing. Mtv did give us was their amount of challenges they've been on and it's like. West is down seven challenges from bananas. He reads the biggest too low pretty impressive stuff for anyone who's playing along drink game about us. I'm sure people are taking a drink. That like last season wasn't bananas. Where against each other be. I guess. That's probably have to be at other. I mean we see some clips of elimination that. They're going to do which I think I saw at the hall seemingly in there some classic ones probably get in the mix. So some good teaser there. The monster trucks her back to the cars are back. The action movies doubling is back and some classical nation. So I'm here for that and once again Zach in Genoa skype fight which I feel like happen. Every season both never on together ones on the always fight it. Somehow they can still fight. Why is that? Like Geno wasn't on last time because she got injured. Why izak not on this season do we know that no I? I haven't seen that would. Maybe he's sort of work going on. I don't know he not honest one. Imagine having a job you never know I I mean like I is it a spoiler to give an update on their life like to me the the art Zaken Jenna Break Up. Long distance over challenge is sort of a very tired forced storyline out. That's going to last more than one episode That oh probably lasts like a scene and then by the end of the scene though I think them being like engaged in very happily together wasn't sure for you're going to say that I'm going to say there's you know it's all active even like like I mean if you follow this show at all you know that they're I think they got engaged while we were recording. Lessees it so yeah a couple who is probably not going to get engaged. Halen bear an a a largely speculated couple about couple from last spoiler dead. I would tell you to not look into this issue. We'll give you all the information that is necessary to know. I'm sure there's more information but the like the deeper you dig about Ceylan. Bear the more likely. You're going to be come across a spoiler. So if you're spoiler verse I would not look into that. Let's talk about this because we get Ceylan bear making out and she is yelling at him saying she ruined relationship for someone who doesn't give an f about him her. The first ago to save about this is Kayla. Someone I've repeatedly complained as being what about being one of the main people who will tweet. I don't watch the challenge. Not Watching this episode but like feel free to tweet questions like Oh can't bothered to watch a challenge tonight. I'm not saying she deserves us at all. But maybe if you tuned in to show that pays your bills you would have seen that bear is not going to give a crap about you. Probably not wording relationship over. Maybe she did all this just to prove that she actually was not watching. People thought she like actually was was just lying about it so this this would be definitive proof. If she really didn't know what type of person bear was. This would show that yes. You really just does not watch the show that she is a part of so. Let's dig a little deeper into this. With bear and Kayla Kayla was in a relationship with Mike. Ep was off credited as being on. Mtv's from G's to gents. I did I watched the show. Absolutely what I still want to be credited in two thousand twenty or being on that show no but my keep he is like on the list reality shows he was on naked dating and he was on just one other like Bela show. I forget but they've been together like three. They were together three years. They were living in Vegas. They were an instagram perfect couple and then disaster struck. Rumors came back about Kaelin bear while they were still taping the season. Here's what I have. Here's what I dug it. My spyglass Emoji out on to rumors swirled that they had hooked up because Kayla posted a picture wearing a ring that there is known to be wearing and they're posted pictures of like Kayla's very identifiable tattooed arm in the pictures. What's that about? Why are they together? And Dave van speculated. Listen I got to be in the mix jemmy chimed in the backs not a PR stunt. Which that she can't speak to things that are not that are have not aired now. I also feel though Jimmy. I can't speak things but also like I got this information from a variety of great up culture websites everybody has written about this in that covers like the MTV beat them. Okay 'cause we cover the TV beat right. Yeah we do our press. Stats a real throwback. All right so then. Mikey tweeted during after the show had films like to answer a couple questions. I have no idea what's going on at all. I'm as losses you KAYLA and I have so many amazing times together over the past three slash four years. I would never talk bad on any of that or her. No one is trying to be an X. On the anything FLAT FACE IS OPEN. Emoji not to be confused. The flat plate face flat is emoji. And Kayla responded. We not make this a public spectacle. This this is no one's business but ours you act like I haven't contacted you at all and that is not the case. I've told you time and time again that we will talk when you and I are both back in Vegas. That's the last. I'll say on that and mikey responded to that. Like me question. Imagine cheating on your boyfriend on television and then telling him not to make all grey logic. Recently in February though Kayla did tweet that Mikey cheated on her the entire relationship. Mind business so that she no. She said my business. I don't have to realize in the tweets come on. I'm a journalist now really so. Interestingly Enough Kayla has left Vegas. She moved to Florida with Noni and Marie. And it's actually very entertaining to follow Maria and their antics on social media. Okay so they're living in like basically Boca with each other and old folk vista Kayla since January now Brian. You need to be if you're really going to cover the challenge. You need to be watching ex on the beach. He of love Kayla has been dating. Sam Bird who is from levion. Uk who appeared at the beach peak of love since January and did not meet him on ex on the beach because she was not on it. Ironically this is the funniest thing people accused her and Mikey of fake breaking up on the beach and she responded that she'd rather late herself on fire than ever be on that. Show now eight. Someone from that show is really the sweetest thing of all. This Cork Bird Cork Board to like follow this stuff. I know it's like I'm Charlie Day. Read Shrink but I am upset because I thought crack this case ice took a screen. Grab of the Kayla. Tweet she re tweeted a video with him and it recently and then he tweeted a like just my luck girlfriend for a few months now banned from her country and I was like literally me with the red string and then like apparently was very public January. Out of myself okay. So that's what we're going to see unravel to give the background and the flash forward on what's going on. I think to come into the season. All you really need to know. Is that bears. Notorious like cheater and manipulator and hooks up with everyone on these shows and Kayla was in a three year but now as she expresses unhappy relationship. But that's a danger putting on instagram and social media that like your relationship perfect. Is that when you cheat on your boyfriend and National? Television people are like what happened. You guys perfect so maybe watched the show. You're on yeah there's no hiding For Kayla this is all coming home to roost so I want to talk about the living situation. How they're in a bunker but maybe we should stay on topic and talk about the hookups. Our show what do you think living keep on with the HOOKUPS? Okay you know. I saw the trailer and took screen shots to figure out who is hooking up in this five minute problem proud of you know. I'm not GonNa just let a hookup go by and not know exactly who that is. Okay and I took the screen shots because there's one person I cannot identify and I thought maybe I would send it to you and see if you can identify on my phone ready in less. Do you need to email to you? Email ready to actually going to send. Nba smoke signals to open. Like we have to ask you for your email. Maybe not on the PUCK is okay. Let me just go to eat? Cat would have your email save for the social. Also when I don't have your number saved Ryan could give me season. Okay sending this Brian. Making for excellent casting all right. Let's talk about the first couple. I give you some time to focus on. Who the person the Red Bandannas and this Oto But the first hookup we see is Noni and coming to you straight out of Israel stopping I and argue the one and the are either one game show. That happened after. Are you the one whose name escapes me? Second Chances Whatever Asaf who's got everyone's going to put your his name Ace off. Asaf and ninety locking lips in the preview dear God ninety. What are you thinking? I mean this is this is about sometimes you need like a constant in the world through all the chaos and just having Noni in this world hooking up with someone like it's just what we need them just you know this brings us back to reality that the world is still normal speaking of consonants. I knew you were going to say something to that season. So Kelly is this her eleven seasons. Look back us. How free agents was. He's twenty five. You shut your mouth not even not even one heck on a few more are the ones where a now for about that sweet. Sixteen for hot casting seasons can't even talk about that. Okay now you've had plenty of time to go over the woman in this photo is D- I think unless it's somehow Kayla there but I think it's because then they they go to a photo of rogan looking pissed which I'm sure didn't even happen. But it almost could be mattie now. I think it's probably the but so it seems like it's I think it's easy. Isn't that Kyle? I okay. I think it's Kyle into hair is weird which means it might be. Kyle and the other thing based on the hair. This is someone with a is that are those twos that almost looks like someone just scrawled it on with a pen it could be because none of his hands tattooed. Bandanna the hair I it seems like Kyle I agree. I think it's most likely accept. This person look shorter than Kyle but he is doing a significant amount of crowd. It was a club scene. So what could be sitting in heels things going on all right also good for the I would never promote someone hooking up with Kyle but I'm happy to see D- hooking up with someone who's not Rogin yes. I really hope that goes on. There's no Rebound or bounceback. Situation there between them to Hanae pull up see. I'm really out of practice. I can't pull these questions up as quickly as I used to. I might not have pulled it. Because like Rogan indeed. Disgust me but it was someone asks. I'm sorry I didn't pull it. I'll get better rogin. Ask someone Rogin did not ask. Somebody asked if Rogan indeed like have any chance to be like working together. What do you think about that? I I think there's there's probably a better chance to them. Maybe trying to work together than getting back any type of romantic situation happening. I could see them at least in the beginning of the game not going after each other and trying to maybe keep like a UK type aligns together or something like that in the beginning but long term. I don't see speaking by long-term which is so fun because these from Australia but will forever be exactly as we'll see but but yeah I think I think D- showed that show show like jerked around by someone but like do what's best for her game wise like I think she did forgive Rogan without really understanding. What happened last season? But I think the would end up being loyal to Rogan. And we'll all like Shakur and frustration. So I'm happy to see this clip of her Mac in it even. If it isn't Kyle back I don't don't ask me back. I don't know I haven't heard that in a while All right let's talk about the living situation and then we'll ship ears and I'll be quiet but is there anything I missed in the in the trailer you wanted to talk about. Let's talk about the bunker all right. Let's talk about the bunker so they're living with no doors no windows no natural eight undergrounds probably might be replaced to be right now but yeah. That's their living situations. What do you think about this I I think he's probably add stuff to the first couple of episodes but again. I don't know what it adds long term outlook with MBA. Able to swim in a pool and dewlaps like taking away from the game. Sometimes edgy drama. Because people weren't working out and stuff like that so I don't know I don't need them to be in a bunker for this escalate game. Play or something like that. I agree I absolutely hate. This is my first reaction was also sort of like. I hope. This doesn't go the whole time. I don't see any value in like putting them in like mentally compromising situations. Maybe this is madness. Like you're GonNa go matt like I don't need to put them in like you know padded rooms to emphasize the drama. I want them to be in like a mansion drinking having fun in like sexy situations for the social aspect and then come to compete in the game. I don't want them to be fulltime. Living and basically like a final situation or they're like in a highly pressurized stressful environment. I think if they want to use this as like the losers go there by the time you go. They'll or something like that. But like for twenty four seven I I think. Probably the middle of the season. We're going to forget that they're there and it's going to be storyline and we just GonNa wish that we were watching sunlight. We just like have a little fun. I know everyone takes a challenge. Show seriously now especially because there's no more sports like who just have a little bit of fun please. Don't need them in a cage on these cases all right before we I keep saying before we get to talking about people we got. This question from Nicole Horne. Who Ryan what are you doing? I'm going out to the people a meeting the people at Kayla's fantasy land and I'm bringing them to the challenge Nicole Horne. This is going to be my first challenge. I'm very were you. What does a fantasy land? Where's on this? Do you have advice or like what I should expect as a first time viewer now. I can't say that Nicole is only tuning in because we've met. I'm assuming she's shooting in because of the big brother people but Brian. What are you giving to? What are you doing to increase the audience of this podcast? I doing doing literally nothing. I'm tweeting about every every like seven days. I think that's usually my goal. Is I just toss him a child's tweets as he does very well? That's that's how I spent my streets. I'm taking to the streets. I'm bringing in listeners. I'm sorry I'm taking credit for the listeners. That FECI and billion Swaley or bringing in people hold up signs like Oh. We're all in this together. We'll get through this. Maybe I'll just hold up a sign that says watch the challenge Wednesday nights and they'll listen to our that's our challenge is listed out so we are but if you want to. We're going to talk about the influx of survivor person. People an amazing grace people but not call. I think is asking a question that I meant to start out the show with but then we got. We got rolling and I want it to rail the rolling on on the trailer talk. So let's talk about this. What Brian can you do to ease? Nicole's years of jumping in the season for the first time. So you just have to. Don't take the show to seriously. Don't you're GONNA non understand some of the past relationships and well leads to some of the decision making just go along for the ride. You'll have fun with. It is take it for what it is don't want to be so as structured and rigid because the rules are not gonNa make sense. You'd like to know what's going on. They might change us with episodes. Just don't take any of that too seriously. Just watch your further chaos and enjoy that. I think that's very good advice. The I have told people I've met in person who are like. Oh I don't watch the challenge so I don't listen to podcasts. I'm like I WANNA hear. That should try so if anybody else in addition circles giving the challenge at dry. You're welcome for doing this preview. Podcast I think this will help. I think we'll we'll try to map. Some of the relevant relationships as Bryant said this. It's twenty seasons long some of these relationships so these go back decades. You don't need to know all of it. Mtv likes to kind of tell you the history so they will tell you what's important to know And Otherwise Look Brian. I have not come in new to the challenge recently. So it's hard for us to reassess what you need to know but a lot of new viewers have started recently and I haven't heard any complaints so just you know. Come along with us and we'll try to as the episodes by like. Oh this would have been good to know Yada Yada. We'll get it wrong. But we'll say it. I think editors a reality shows a really good job of the flashbacks as I've seen it with Bravo's on Van Department. Something that shows really. You're doing a good job of doing nice callback key moments to make new listen watchers. I understand what's going on so when this moment needs to be fleshed back to I trust. Tv We'll we'll do it because they've been doing recently and is there anything she didn't ask this which. I'm offended by. But is there anything Brian that we need to tell new listeners of our podcast? What if they didn't in the last twenty six minutes? Lean enough information. Yeah I would say this is probably the only time we're both going to be on the same time so prepare prepare for that. I say that I have no plans to leave my apartment anytime soon. Brian. Chaos our podcast. Just take too much structure and rigidity and just enjoy for what it is. I we don't know the most. We also don't claim to know the most you know we were here relatively early. And you know we're like your grandmother like just like gross a bone how more I just aged us from anti grandma congrats to one of our nephew's etiquette or August right. That's Cohen Brian Child. They're always doing. I don't stop and wonder although Amanda Congratulations to Amanda Challenge of veteran who had a baby. Since we last spoke her name was not lascher. Alison Colin Brian. To See it is. Are We talk about these people or do you know honestly think we gave enough we gave with MTV? If like that's it right yeah more before that or are we actually at the at that. I think we're at that but I'm suggesting we just end the podcast. Now why do more work than MTV did certainly did it? Us ANYTHING IN THEIR BIAS. All right I don't really know we talk offline about how we were going to do this. I don't know where we came down on so let you decide on the air. Live how we're going to do well. Let's say so. We're super excited about is saying we'll say someone that were not excited about and then we'll say there all right so yeah keep offer like people are like who are you most Rather than going out for medical. We'll just we'll we'll do like this and if you don't understand that's the brakes mids the bricks we'll get we'll get to all twenty eight people in motor no matter what so. We're all getting all people forget right. Who are you most excited this ad? Let's not suggest that this is like in order of? Who's the most excited right unless you want to? Throw this out as your number one. No I kind of just like I was going to. The castle is awesome and buckets. I didn't have any Particular ranking order. But for me I. I'm so happy that Jordan is still one hundred percent back in this world so for going forward. He's always excited to see the best chance to win yet. So much so much drama and strategy and he's a huge target this season so him being back in fully back and can seemingly seemingly coming back. I'm super excited. That the original future of the challenge. Now become the future of the challenge. Yeah I was GONNA ask you. Were going through this. I was like Oh God. He's GonNa call them the future the challenge and then he's GonNa quit again. We have a couple of people. You've called the future of the challenge you talk about. The seasons of the curses is broken. May Be with the season I to Jordan on my list of most Jordan is chaos. Jordan is not someone who plays ease like historic alliances. Relationships Jordan is flexible. He's insane he's wild He's a true athlete. In every sense of the word. He also comes on. Maybe we'll throw Tori here authoritarian my most excited to see so we can talk about them together maybe Tori was also on my list. They got engaged. They have a wedding to pay for. They are perfect Yin Yang. I think they're very fun to watch on. And off the challenge on social media. I don't have enough good things to say about them. Interestingly though I feel like a lot of Jordan's main enemies are not here in Pali. Kara Yeah I think though. He's he's not going to first of all. He's very quick to make enemies so I felt that I would also these. He's going to have such a gigantic target on his back for the entire season that he could have people that like them. They're still going to be at least been the back of their mind. Contemplating how do we get him out? And I mean they'd be stupid not to but tell me. Show me a person who wants to go against Ori Orr Jordan limitation. That's very true. That's very true. They're probably going to benefit the most for new viewers or people who watch this show like me and can't remember Shit Jordan Tori had to like win out all the time last year as they were like the main targets on the UK team after switching and even when they're on the USDA so there are no strangers to elimination. They're going to be fearless when it comes to going in eliminations. Hopefully it don't have hubris which during intense to have But I'm excited. I mean there. There are the rare powerhouse. That's not afraid of competition whereas bananas it is strategy agree that avoided. Elimination strategy is a plays more of a scared game than Jordan does an art. I'd agree sodas West and so it's not like an anti venom furniture. I'm scared just watching home. I play scared watching game to. Who are you least excited to see? What the positive negative so. This is a problem. Fortunately she went straight there the second I saw her. He's very pleasant but she just doesn't add anything anymore. And that's Jenna. Sorry she's she's there. She's a lot of promise first. Couple seasons seemed like she was this great competitors. He hasn't done much lately all seems like she. We're GONNA have the classic episode for getting into a fight with Zach and that'll be ended so I love you janice she's very sweet nice but I am not craving Seymour Jenna. This is amazing to me because talk about the evolution through how many seasons already forgot. Did you say we've done eleven seasons at the challenges like what the Lucien and you just say? You're not excited to see you know I I came on a yeah I mean. It's sad like she. A first year was nothing on the real world. I don't really care about her. Then she came on Chelsea. She's great and now she the peak. We reached a peak. And she's a flattening. I we flat in the car with China. I do think Hernani haven't gotten that much facetime terms of their friendship and then being on the show together recent in recent seasons but I agree. She was in my everyone else. We both had. We didn't talk about this but we both ended up having a throwaway like they don't fit into any category. We're not offended by them. But we're also not excited. She was in that category. So I think that's fine to put her here my agency and this is not my mostly excited to see but I imagine that this season will be the last season that he's in this bucket for me one more time. I'm putting Josh in my Lisa. Say to see category. Yeah I thought I had them like hovering away where because I would expect to be excited but I think josh had like a very impressive showing US using so. I'm excited to see if you can replicate that. So I guess I am sort of excited to see so for people who are just joining us or who have forgotten Josh. Went from being like for me personally. Like the bottom of the barrel in terms of challenge contestants like the drama felt manufactured with him and gus like the relationships he pursued manufactured. The he wasn't that good in the challenges glass season was really like a renaissance him e was sort of like he was a very good narrator. I think he was a good foil. All in Kara in Georgia thinks somehow worked out for him came from nauseating too far. I need one more season right now. I'm still I still have the gut instinct for like. Oh is he really adding stuff? I think he'll be good on this season but I just. I had to honor my gut reaction. That's that's for me if you must people so for me for surprise almost anyone. That's a rookie. Season is surprised. Because I didn't expect like I didn't know where there would be like. We've reached the point of the show where we don't know where they're going to get people. It's not like we can expect from the real world and somebody. That's almost all rookies surprise and kind of excited this between the big brother people. I guess like I'm the person that's like. I guess surprise or non excited but all the rookies for me are in the surprising bucket. Picking all of their. I'm taking all now you can't take off Iraqis I'll start. I don't have them on suppress. Let's shake it up for us all star with the to the to surprise excited to see and that's Swaggie and Bailey. I think those are pretty good. Picks from the fries are excited by the. That's why we can't do a draft surprisingly excited so then talk about them in the next round. Who are used to prize? Obviously all right whatever. I unsurprisingly had been leased excited to see and I also group Bailey Swaggie unfussy together. Talk about them individually. Let's talk about them as a trio. At least I think Kayleigh maybe belongs elsewhere. Do you WanNa talk about all four of them show. We were talking about them individually together. I here's why I'm not excited to see Bailey sagging fussy. 'cause I'M A HATER? But also like they were like people are going to come from the big brother fans going for me and I don't care very rational level-headed. They don't react poorly or over the top. I don't know what you're talking about Swaggie. Bailey are insane so for anyone who didn't want bessie. They were part of like the least successful alliance their season which I found out as valid words with friends word. Why there's no definition is valid Bailey and SWAGGIE got engaged after the show. They're still together. They're actually married. They secretly married. They now have plans to get married in. May I actually? I'm really sad for them. I hope it doesn't get canceled. I hope they're all free of all of this situation by then. Unfortunately maybe that won't be the case. I do feel bad for them. Not a monster. Maybe we'll be like Paulie look. I have to just honor my truth to live my truth like Caitlin would tell me to do but to me. I didn't love them on big brother. Fasih is an athletic. How do we describe his athletic dudes goofball goofball but like is it fun like? I feel like he's just a little. Does that make friends? There's not a lot going on between the years. I'm a good-looking guy was relationship. Is He still with Haley? No they broke up but it was sort of like Bailey Raggi fussy and Haley or like the couples of the house at season. I maybe this will be a better. I have more excitement for Bailey and Swaggie than I do think bailing swagger he strategizing and outrageous and weird and like get become hated but also make inroads. I have no idea what he is going. To bring justice. We got kind of short change with Swaggie with him. Being what else so quickly. I think his personality could really thrive in this type of environment and I think if he gets his feet under him he can. He can last a fewer. I think he can make an inference similarly to Paulie. I don't know if you'll live the success that Paulie is how for whatever success. He's Ad but I think this is the realm that swaggie should be. I think Bailey is another just strong female competitor. That's GonNa add even more to this crop of female players that we've that we've been adding the last year so I think both of them are right for this world. I think they are very like likely to be thrown in especially given the new format like I think. This hurts their chances because swaggie athletic dude. But he's definitely a smaller guy as compared to the like behemoths on the challenge. So I think he might be an easy hit. Somebody might put him in earlier than Essex just based on size alone. I'm sure that will be the case. Well like bear. I think he could win at like. I don't think he has no athletic ability. I just think he might be an early target. So probably be like mouthy and small all true but I think if it's passed that think this is this is his arena to really thrive. Okay have you been to strategies instagram lately? No but I was actually just trying to find it. Okay well I have is bio- I don't have the handle by do have his bio and did you know. That's raggedy is a day trader C- announced probably not the best time to do that. Not only is he day trader but he has an online training course where he provides a phone number for course information. I obviously went to his website that I forgot to post linked to year but I think we have a new lease SWAG ECONOMY DOT com. Yeah go to that website for me. Just shut my phone now. He's got a nice sticker at the top with all the you know some parts. He's got a mission. WanNa know what the mission is? Please you want to enable aspiring traders to learn the four x market via a fun and easy to learn platform with a nice little graphic of you know going up and down? There's nothing that instills confidence in online. Financial Education Tool and being called the Swag Academy and of course it's a dollar have been there six so shout shout out to swaggie. Hustle ed if he's supporting himself as a day trader. That's great but I don't know that it's worth seven hundred dollars or whatever to do a little one coaching support. But it's seven fifty but alas point is huge and probably makes it worth you get a free shirt so you get a Free Swag Z. Shirt so old. That's probably seven fifty so it always say that Swaggie has the entrepreneurial spirit he is like one of the main people came into the Big Brother. House already with branded merchandise. Ready to go. Everybody was wearing so you see crap and so. Are we going to see more swaggie merchandise on this season Chow? Oh I'm sure I'm sure if the costume thing he'll probably dress up as a giant sea or something like that. So it'll be ready to go credit on one of the craziest fights on the show where she bit her tongue during a fight on big brother so her mouth was bleeding so like imagine challenge level rage. But like what is dripping out of your mouth so yeah. I am surprised to see them there because I just didn't know what they will be going down this road who they'd be picking them. Did you say anything about? Where are you at with this? I mean firstly. I mean you probably of all the people that he probably the best chance of doing the bashes because of his athletic nature is how big and seemingly. He should be pretty good at this stuff but yeah. I don't know what he's GonNa add elsewhere. The most charismatic is not the most smart guys always gonna add in other areas. But like we always say you want a wide ranging grouping of people want everyone to fit in certain buckets for the show so they'll fit the You know the joss bucket. I guess for the season De Vesey is the archetype that I have no time for like. I just don't think he's going to be good at relationship building. I don't although he was relationship building and big brother. I don't think he's going to be good enough at challenges to intimidate. I think he I think he will go the way of elphick of Victor. Where like he's on your sort of like I guess accents. He's athletic and like US fired on big brother so like I understand the casting and then he does like passable and a few challenges. That goes home early like that. That's where we never hear from him again. That's that's my prediction. Definitely definitely on the range of outcomes. Let's talk about this Logar. Anything is him being on the show in the range of outcomes. Let's talk about Casey also from big brother. Yeah I think she's Carl. I would say the female ESI right. She's not going to be much anything other than probably. Pretty good at some of the challenges. I think she'll be better than Esi and I think women will be more intimidated by her than the men will be by Vesey Fisher case. He's not like an overwhelming physical specimen. So she'll she'll she should be able to slide a little bit by like that but I'm saying I think people will be more. Intimidate women will be more intimidated by Casey than intimidated by? I think he'll be the bigger target going in. I think if you don't really while you watch KC season of big brother. I don't know why you would think should be some great athlete or anything like that so I think the people would be looking at Fussy more for that. I think has a very athletic build. And then her sort of archetype rate comes out of the Evelyn and the Laurel and the Nicole just like this fit woman like not like to me. Nominees not going against Casey Jenner. DoesN'T WANNA Call Out Casey? But but we'll see I she strikes me as a very physical looking woman but Yeah I don't know like personality wise. I don't think she'll add a lot. I think in terms of where she was at with big brother for anyone who didn't watch brothers. She was in like the very tight. Six Person Alliance that made it all the way to the end. Her game is sort of her brand loyalty and all those boring things. She's athletic and she's loyal and she can stick with a big group to the end so kind of a yawn. We'll see how the challenge house like shakes. Her up are just was on his way over to Kaitlin Herman's and it's amazing how much she looks like Jessica from Lewis Line. That I can't like unsee it anymore. It's wild crazy and they're like the same personality to the person is like ten years old is like a feature all right so let's get out of the negative or well. I guess maybe that covers my surprise to see too. I don't know that was a whole whirlwind. So let's not go too far within the rules. Let's go to. We'll move to euro six. I just say this. This'll be a little bit surprising having given. I haven't been that Nice there in the past but like I'm excited to have an ISA back. I think you know she's been off a little while. I think those are the whole new crop La Young women in his. I think having like an old veteran and then to try to like she's GonNa have a veteran quips and somebody that I haven't heard in the mix with this group could be fun. So I kinda like this little throwback of having her back I know I never remember anything but I do recall debating you on whether or not an Isa added anything to the challenge. I think this is like the perfect. Another perfect example of if you go away for a few seasons no matter who you are outside of like you know if you're actually prices people will miss you and be happy that you're back so. I think it's fun so this is interesting. I had her surprise to see. I am surprised to see her back. Oh she was pursuing another degree or a higher education. Some sort maybe. She finished up in his back. I'm not sure where she sort of. Is that other nieces. Kind of good at letting us know where she's nauseous. I'm sure we will find out it's an ISA's thirteenth challenge. It's really blew me away. That's same a number of challenges as West I would have been higher historically in our podcast on an ISA. I'm sort of like did an ISA miss the boat. I would be very happy. Elated for you to be right on this and heard really add a veteran whippy perspective. Like Jemmy in these Sorolla. I would be thrilled for that. I hope that's true. That's not my expectation going in. I think it's fun. The have someone like car as opposed to a lot of these like Like I know she's back like Melissa. That's really only there for like drama. And are they having heard? There is like a balance I think is fun. I don't know where she's GonNa find n roads with this group. I also don't know that while she is powerhouse and eliminations. I think she's someone that's going to continue to be a target. If it is the case that people get some say and like people arrange okay. I want to go against someone weaker earlier on so that I can Kashmiri tickets to the final. Let's throw Noni up in here. I don't know where you had her. I had heard my everyone else. Category A hatter not excited to see but then when you described her hooking up with Asaf and I was like. This is what we need then. I got excited to see her because I like it. Feels right having her in this world doing exactly what she's every season since she's been on the show doesn't change. She's every time I have to change. I had to be better than who I've been every season. She comes on and she was actually in person disrespect that I am happy that our life. So yeah they're dropped. The nominee is just like non as a true veteran of the game. Noni has never won. Correct Ninety is very close bananas but Schmultz Ruus and like we never really know who's gotten on his back. She hadn't made mainly drama. Leroy last season. He's not backed. We won't see that to who knows where NONI will fit in the season but the reason I bring her up with an ISA is because we got a question from Jordan Spencer between a niece. Noni who have yet to win. Okay confirm which one is more likely to ever win or make it to the yet. They both have what the other needs. Non is decent in the daily challenges but mediocre and eliminations while and nieces decent in the eliminations but mediocre the daily show. I would say nineties most likely to make it to the right. That was the only thing I can win or make the Noni because ninety I would say because she's been on more recently would at least have more people have her back that you could reach over like an ISA. I'm excited to see me so I'm not expecting her to be there much longer than a few weeks but I. I just usually have anyone on her side ninety. Will I think have some people in the mix productive? Yeah I think Noni I agree with that. Take I think nominees most likely to make it to the n? On a normal season. I think maybe and Lisa's more likely in this elimination like I think noni could very easily get knocked out in an elimination or would be someone who would be a target also in eliminations in this format depending on how it works out but Nani does have more protectors she also is more willing to mix it up but I think we even saw that on last season like Noni will mix it up with the new people to you and play ball there and for some reason. I don't think like bananas. We'll get mad at her for doing that. So I think she'll get protection from both sides in a way which I think is makes her stronger over niece overall. I are you making paper over there. What's going on? I don't. I'm not doing anything. I've scratched my nose. I picked up the phone all right so that was your most excited to see. Yes I'm GonNa pull out someone we talked about or we alluded to earlier is being someone who you have called. The future of the challenge then went away for a little bit. Who's now back? I'm going to pull out cory. This is his seven challenge thinking MTV for providing that. I it's it's no surprise solicitors. I'm a big fan of the Corey. Cheyenne Rider K. family. I don't watch teen mom but I do follow them all very close in instagram and I told myself during teen mom just premiered last week so I figured I will watch it while I'm in quarantine ethically. I think. Corey is a good athlete. If we'll see you how his knees do. But he's fun and he's funny and like his like. I like his little quips. Here released one of the funniest. Like just flip the switch teams. I've ever seen check that one hundred scrim a couple life update from corey for anyone not following stocking as well as soon as I am. Corey was dating Taylor from ex on the beach. They broke up. They wreck together that she is now pregnant with a girl and two corey. We'll be having a second child with Taylor's second. Mtv Baby Allah. Tony Raines. Say That by the way some really just click on my brain. I trying to figure out who that new girl from Vanderbilt rules. Looks like the blonde girl. She looks like Taylor try. They figured it out. All right. Okay you can say to you so so so. I'm happy to see quarterback. I think he's GonNa be fun to be Dad Corey Right. He's not going to be messy. But I think it'll be a fun spot. I'm happy to see quarterback. I'm happy surprised. I didn't think he thought he he moved down from my curse. Cottam and he and he was gone but yeah I think being in the mix is fun. I think he he. He's the fun personalities good enough in the challenge to make an interesting helping the MIC. So I I'm happy. He's you know we can have some of the young bucks in this world all right speaking on. Let's let's move till he's excited to see. Who Do you have your food? Was you'll leaning towards Nelson and I'm not GonNa have that happen because he's very much excited but we'll get to that later if you ask you this a year ago. I would say J. someone that I was excited to see. But based off a seemingly you the way you described his poor excellent the beat showing and it's just not share. He's needed in this show. I feel like at this point. Someone else from survivor should've been breaking this mole in a not happy that it's him. Yeah I totally agree with that. Taking it was also excited for me. I am shocked to say this. I think Jay had so much potential from going from survivor. But then really isil out on ex on the beach Just joining us or you need the refresher J. showed up as an act of Morgan. Willett to his brother over the top and basically they tried to make it work and then Morgan was on the challenge. Shacked up with bananas after the challenge. They were partners. J shut up like you cheated on me on the excellent Mitri Union with bananas and she was like I never cheat on you but like we are together now so six and a half dozen other whatever but J. A. Showing up here after kind of like being pretty whiny and boring on ex on the beach now. Maybe because he's not in love and pursuing sub one it will be an imprint. You'll be more interesting and more fun but it's very unclear to me where bananas and Jay are going to stand. I think Jay is like number one guy to be targeted for his size. And because he's a rookie early on eliminations. I don't know how he's going to hold his own. I J did demonstrate a willingness to mouth often bigger dudes e- what to- what tiptop toes with Corey from Big Brother? Who's our next on the beach? Who's a bigger dude? He may because you know you're not gonNA get hit on next on the beach but you will get hit in the nation so I don't know where Jay is GonNa fall. I don't expect them to see him on here for that long. I really hope I almost hope him. Graduating from ex on the beach to the challenge means that MTV will be willing to dip into the survivor. Well even more because I guess. They liked him on ex on the beach if they're bringing him again for the challenge. Yeah I don't know where him in been on a stand. I wish Morgan was here because I think I would. At least be interesting. I don't know what's going to happen with after their. Yeah I think if you're doing a first one out pool I think Jay's probably one of the first picture with it for sure I felt like I could see him being gone quickly and then probably never being seen again. Josh Greene's has does Jay have any chance? Did his past Morgan. Bananas GonNa make sure his. I've Kinda prologue you later. I think this is a very good chance. People can rally behind him as being someone to kind of get there when and and go from there. So I think Jay's close to join debt there's also nothing bananas loves more an excuse to take the easy way out without making it look like it's easy way out to bananas is pregnant. Mouth off. About how like J. J. cooked his is goose was cooked or whatever by what he said about Borgen and how he treated mortgage and how he said things to him and act like he's all heard about that and then put him into elimination even though it has nothing to do with that and he just wants to go against someone easy. I could see that being the episode episode storyline. I've lost track. I think I'm up with lease excited. And it's my last person to see. Ooh That's why. Hey like that for positive liberty during these trying times and people are probably going to get at me about this. I don't know if you'll see I with me on this. But I put Rogan here Interesting knowledge why Rogin to me is going to be so self assured and so sure in that he can replicate his game from last season and to me like you cannot replicate game this. This is sort of like how I analyze survivor returnees when I have to talk about them with rob like you can't replicate lassie's it like. That was so insane that a team would eat themselves that those dramas would run so deep that people would actively self sabotage that people would misunderstand the format of the game and that you would you know almost intentionally matt seeing yourself down to having four people and then that advantages you in the final and then you win the game and you screw over a woman that you claim to love and she still works with you like. There's just no way that that could ever happen again. Lightning could not shrink twice like that. And I don't think Rogan is going to recognize that and he's GonNa be cocky is helped so annoying also. He's not like he's not on at all to me like in a way that bears annoying. At least it's fun. Rogan has all the qualities of bear and none of the joy. Yeah I think that's all fair but I think that's kind of why I'm excited to see him. Because I'm I'm waiting for the awesome crumbling down on him. I think that's going to be fun. That he's GonNa. He had this perfect ride less. He's in and it's going to go very poorly. I'm kind of excited to see that all right. Who Do you have next surprise? See I'm surprised to see big tea back. The fact that she's getting a second call back is quite the upset. I guess you really made a huge impact like basically limitation episode. The way she battled. It won't but I was stunned when she was popping up on the cast list. So we're gonNA correct me if I'm wrong but I believe we did speculate about not getting the right back. I think she has a very memorable name. Like the fact for anyone who wants to be on the show like yet a nickname like big t and people will just remember you receive your little. I think that helps. I definitely had earned surprised to see but I do think we did say that there is a chance I was just I. You could speculate that. There's a chance but then to happen. I was surprised. Say they're gonNA do that well so I think this is her to ask. That's air. I'M GONNA put Mel on the table. Another person who was sort of gone very early on in her first two seasons and I think we also did speculate that potentially she could come back at and even question why she hadn't been back because in her relatively short stints. She did bring so much drama. That I'm surprised by but I am surprised to see your back in a while. I mean she's in the same bucket as Kaley right like she's from the UK like drama drama with girls hopes up with guys get in the mix in kind of always is good enough in the house that she wouldn't be like reliability was a team fe but probably not GonNa win so she kind of fits that mold of being dabble in all areas and sort of a bad person. I've at least she did a lot of outside of the game bad stuff if I remember correctly so that's not great but I mean a lot of people. Aren't that great so that's okay. Yeah I think she brought a lot of drama I she also had one of the better eliminations with Sylvia. That was very memorable. They're all like had oil and whatever as dirty as it was. Actually a really. I think it was. It was one of the eliminations cemented. Sylvia's actually a physical player and Mel really put up a good fight there to of ended up going home on that elimination and then Kayla. It's interesting that Kayla's back with Mel. Because they were both eliminated on file. Reckoning was a final reckoning for physical violence so another thing to note mel and I don't know if it's GonNa come up or how it's GONNA come up. Lamelo is pregnant now and I believe was pregnant or at least sources are saying that she was pregnant but maybe didn't know it on this season of the challenge. Oh so he interesting. Mel Is GonNa be a mother's congratulations smell so we may never see her again. We'll see Amanda. I think you said she's done not that. You can't come back if you have kids. I'd actually like to see more women with kids coming back. It seems to be no problem for the meant back so retirement sound like me. Nothing like she could come back in two years. That was like one of my favorite things about the challenges people announcing retirement. When like you don't have to you know tying from baseball where goes to announce that that people don't like sign you when you're done you just go away for a couple of years and then come back if you want. I love that yeah. That's that's a commonly discussed trope For us on talents haven't gone into while but I do believe man has done a Dave. Oren also did like an unnecessary retirement. But we'll see how I felt for that. Apparently she does that all the time. But on this one so so far I m right all right so let's go back to most excited. I'm super pump. Rashly having her she's kind of like to me like the female Jordan. Just like in the mix in every conceivable way. Not We'll never pull punches. We'll get in fights with anyone off anything like it could be the smallest thing. She'll hop often go crazy because obviously one of the better competitors having won a couple of times is she's one of the strongest female betters all facets so having her in the mix is is makes a great season. Yeah I had her in my like uncategorized a lot of the long standing vets. I have been just sort of like what else is there really to say about them. But yeah never upset to see Ashley. One thing that I think will be very interesting is like okay. She adds the lavender ladies. They're all gone then. She has the family the family with Kara. And Kaley Cam. And I'm sure I'm forgetting some other people but I don't believe any of them are back. So now Ashley once again I mean maybe with the exception of one person whatever you know she was very against ninety and that faction of people last season so now we see Ashley once again having to come back with almost no friends and sort of start from scratch. And she's done it before but we'll we'll see what happens here and I think that the reason why she could do with is she doesn't get really emotionally attached. These people some people they form these bonds and they truly do think they're friends and they're gonNA ride off into the sunset with each other. Ashley sees this for what it is that it is a game. It's a lot of money and she's able to build relationships within the show and understand that it's just you know it's a means to an end and I think the fact that she's done it twice. I don't see any reason why she can't do it. A third time. The one thing I disagree with is I tend to agree but the one thing I disagree with. That is that like she doesn't get emotional about it like in the game. She is ride or die for those people and she will jump into fight and hope and like you said doesn't pull punches for those people and then I agree that she can step away and work with the enemy and the next game. But I don't know that those people are going to forget like Noni and Jenny Jenness by proxy of Naughty like will forget that Ashley was there screaming in the bedroom at them too. Just like Kara and everyone out but also would actually has built up such a level of like when she flips off a people that it's the fact that she gets mad at everyone. I feel people. Don't take it personally and that she just like. That's just mad that she's get super mad or crazy like she gotta. How's that going for a little bit that? She's people expect her to do that so when she does it to you. It's not as surprising or jarring. See that's never worked for me but we'll see another excited a person. I'm excited to see is Mattie I love many. It's hard to believe. This is only her second challenge. Like I'm still like that can't be right. Yeah no that's surprising specific impact I love Mattie. Matty's a beast Maddie's a good mix like we've been talking about of like drama and Fun and challenge beast. I don't see people really wanted to go up against Mattie also I you know I put the work in matty's been on floor Bam ashore this weekend this season so you know what I did. I followed her to floor. Sure she comes from like what's a party down south so it's not that far from her wheelhouse she got quote unquote invited for the weekend by Gus Year friend from the challenge and she started up with Jeremiah who I think it's like it's a short trip from the floor. Bam Ashore House to the Child Chassar Jeremiah. I just putting that out there but matt is so much. Fun and Flora Bama. Show is a fun show. I watch and I keep up with regularly but like it's a fun show to drop into and Mattie definitely had the desired effect that he wanted which is that people came to watch. I came to watch him. She's just like a barrel of drunk laugh. She's so much fun she's so smart. I'm I'm thrilled this year. Back on the challenge. I think she cheated super. Well I I'm around. It was at least a season goes so now. She's got a sense of what she needs to do to win. I think for for females. She's got a great chance to win this season. That that's how high upside is. I'll close. She was last time around so I think she she's going to be an extra shar. She's also going to benefit from like she has a close relationship with Kyle from when they were partners and I think they also like speech that's unclear And and car is not so like I do think a lot of people are going to get some room to breathe and room to play on different sides of the house different relationships without having to just have this line hatred toward everyone. Who's scorned are are most are drained out your lease excited category. Who else you got the only thing I love this surprise. Unhappy a great so maybe let's dip into the everyone else pool instead of lease excited because I guess that's kind of the same. Yeah I mean everyone. I don't know what else there is to say. I but then like this. Is You know fourteen. Fifteen twenty one seasons like this is who they are so I mean I guess of those who you any of them can win or who do the cat like as the best chance to win. I think all of them can win. I don't think all three of them can win together but I think any given season to me West Bananas. If you like roll the dice one of them will likely be in the final or one or two of them. I don't think it's insane to keep betting on bananas. Even though it's been fun to see him continually get knocked out I think a very personal al West is beer. Show distracting from a West Fan. I hate her in an instant. Dexter Series Finale thing but Jessica campaign interesting question about these guys wondering how much you think. Morgan willits outside relationship influence both bananas and West in the game normally to us as move to pick up the rookies however johnny will likely already know the BBC. Twenty rookies should assume the BB alliance will be guided by the Nana's. It's it's interesting one thing you know. If this was a few seasons ago I would say there's a good chance of that but I think the bananas has really taken a bake it recently so I don't know if people are going to be clamoring to work with him. I feel like if you're some of these newbies on big brother you know you kind of want to make a name for yourself you don't Wanna be thought of is like a Lynch mean follower type person so I don't think bananas is going to really have like a lot of people on his side. I I think people are going to want to go after him just to say that they slayed him and I. I think that we've seen recently. I don't think that's GonNa Change. See I don't know that these I always wonder if there's ever going to be a season where you know the the young bucks or whoever is actually going to stage an uprising and Westman. Anna's we'll have to work together in like a real way and like maybe I would say this season is primed for that because they are introducing enough connected. Big Brother people presumably. J. Somehow is connected to the big brother people the amazing race personally. There's enough rookies that when mixed with like a Jordan and Nelson and Corey and whoever else can sort of band together but given that. We also speculating. That Western. Panetta's are going to be against each other and elimination and unless it's because they're working together but I also think that Western bananas know that their value is in being a like they're they produce enough of the show to know their value is in them like being enemies. I don't think that's going to happen this season. Although I'd always welcome it I do think there's a good likelihood that Morgan and bananas have been working outside of the game on the big brother people and given how poor their strategy was and big brother as alliance. I I think I mean the sides Casey. I do think that bananas will be able to kind of like scoop. Them up lead them not because of his mystique not because he's Nana's but because a the format is such that the rookie really vulnerable and be that. They may have developed real relationships. Outside of the show and bananas is a charming person. Go ahead no. It's the fact that they were such a poor alliance. I almost think they almost want to over correct so much really show. That was like the exception. We can do this. We can do this on our own. Need I almost think that even further goes it? They're gonNA WANNA try to prove that they can do this on their own. I mean but what is. You can't do the challenge on your like. I almost think that would be. I don't think it's impossible because I don't think they're such a breakthrough. Tj lunch but that would be so stupid right like you do have to like Tori is being one of the most successful rookies to enter from a non real world road rules show and like really ingratiate themselves like she have the most exciting rookie season. No but I do think if you're learning the game at all right and I'm not saying this like it makes no sense to come in as like the four big brother people and be like. We're not working with anyone in the house. Yeah not even more so now working with anyone but not wanting wanting to elise pick who you're working with you bring them in like you feeling you're choosing to go and not wanting just be like under someone. I think they've they're going to build a lot. They're going to want to be in the mix calling shots and stuff like that. Yeah that's bold. That would be very bold and not and not impossible. I do think the advantage of bananas has of having Big Brother connection who sort of get around that regular bananas in calling. Our shots were friends with him. We know him and we have a seat at the table. Even though no one has to see that their organs even have a seat at the Table Bananas Fleet Interesting. Twist to what? We typically see with rookies coming in but to that end. I think it's fair that Wessex's strategy what really work on. Maybe won't work on them as well of like like. Maybe everyone's seen through not enough to know that they're not going to be manipulated by him. But it'll be interesting I don't they don't seem like the biggest force for cerebral power in my mind and interestingly you know Casey was not aligned with them but I don't know that that will like old brother wounds may have healed or maybe they haven't. Casey was like that the whole process so probably makes it easier. Okay where are we shall from everyone else? Bears sort of everyone else to be not in a way that I'm not excited to see bear. We know a bear brings bears not GonNa Change Great. He's become a better challenge competitor. Okay good for back barriers. What he has back Halio. Reseda it just discovering. Who Bear is is is. We'll be on but I mean this is going to be there for the foreseeable future. All right back up to most excited anyone else here I love the Nelson's in the mix is he just looks like a lovable guy. You know he just. He loves this show. And it's on the season passion. I map seem. We'll see if you cory. What the details with them who he tries to stupidly. They make a fool out himself. So it'll be fun that Nelson Back Nelson someone. I'm surprised to see back. I think we kind of like God. All the juice out of Nelson. I don't know what else Nelson Ads Jonathan Lilia says. Do you think young up. Stand a chance season Set up the young bucks for anyone new. Y'All box led by. This was a few season ago. Honnor Corey Nelson. Someone else in there was just those three. They tried to leave the coalition that you were describing before about these new people coming in not being led by the older veterans. They wanted they started of the game and they failed miserably. So we could see a big try to rekindle. What's new young box in the makes me some UK young bucks as we have abacus swirling by that. That's kind of young. How young box all the history and the challenges was when they put a name to it but maybe this time around. They can have a little bit more success. Yeah it'll be interesting to see where they go. I think they were sort of ahead of their time. I think now the challenge is more prime for people who are willing to take out bananas and West and go against them like you've been describing before the other people so I think there's more room to play than there was when they were the young bucks Nelson has had sort of a rough relationship road recently to catch people up. Nelson was with Angela one of my favorites on the challenge. I would love to see her back. She started on bad girls club and she's on excellent the beach then. She was on the challenge. She had a thing with Banana Nelson. She was dating Nelson broke up because Nelson cheated on her. Watch Youtube about it. Then they got back together and then very recently they just broke up again and I don't know that she's put out a video yet about what happened. I don't think it was on the challenge but who knows So you know Nelson Okay I'm not upset to see him but I don't know what else what other juices left there. Who Else is messy though? He is fully must All right I'M GONNA I'M GONNA put up. Kahlo talked about her but I'm happy to see Kayla back for her fifth time. I think there's more to come out of Kayla and she. She's sent home for violence. Hopefully she doesn't escalate. At that point again we talked about her relationship drama. Chino him to be here for her and Jenna are like the wonder twins from ABC. Her Jenna Noni no wonder triplets. And she's a good competitor gala for me like Jennifer not miseration for UK Jennifer. Clearly one of the strongest beam is again a decent chance to win. Doesn't really add much elsewhere. But are you jumping in with another most excited to see after Nelson? I was running into another just like this is just someone else there. I know what else listed in any other bucket other. That's except my excited to see Kayla. Also I I have Jenny who you're talking about perfect disease it keep going. I was just resting you. Were what was your change. She doesn't she's doesn't really add much personality wise. I don't think she mixed up in fights and stuff but she's fantastic competitors. She lost a unbelievable elimination to Tori last season. So I'm sure she's GonNa Remedy that and I think she's she'll be a competitor in the see. I'm hoping that Jenny has like I think there she has more to give. I'm really excited to see Jenny. I think she's fit as health are a British expression but she's actually very fit cheese one of the most athletic women to come on the challenge in a long time and she's got strong bonds or Jordan Tori like despite the fact that Tori took her out. They were really close. It was not like something they wanted to do. Go against each other. So I think she's really well positioned in a lot of the power house people with the powerhouse people on the show and I have faith that like she has more to give. I just think like she didn't have a lot of room to play last season. That's all very true. Okay I still have one person. I two people left in surprise stunned to see soft. I'm truly stunned. I kept forgetting like even though this cast was leak and then I looked at the cash announced and then when I went to prep for this I continued to be surprised or times. I was surprised that he's on this season. And they they don't even list which crazy is the. Mtv website does not even list the MTV credits for Japan. The soft but whatever. Asaf has been on big brother Israel. He's been on so you think you can dance. He's also been onto. Iterations vary the one he was Tories. Perfect match I think and they were on our either one second chance at love and happiness or whatever together talking on my behind now so I hope that's correct so who knows what Tori in a soft relationship has been. I do not know but I guess I'm excited to see me. I'm just really surprised. Yeah I'm surprised that they wouldn't list like the other. Tv Show on classic MTV do that but we just didn't see what he can do for himself. I mean he's athletic. He's like a dancer but he's crazy and he's done weird stuff outside the show also but for sure. Yeah I guess. I am sort of excited to see kyle. Only because I'm excited to see kyle without Paulie there so I think that'll be fun just to see what storyline and stuff that develops with him. They shadowed by this car. Paulie love triangle. So in that respect I'm excited to see what does this season. Because these doesn't have that looming over him molten Aaron also. I think I'm really wrong about what I just said about are the ones I need to. Okay yeah he was not at all stories. Perfect match not even close So everyone just leave me a lot. it's been a long time so but they are. They were on the same season. I think I don't know whatever remembers us off. Okay although people were you know a couple people were reminding me that one of my best and only good impressions from the podcast was my impression of Asaf. Israeli impression is like one of the only impressions I can do. So maybe we'll bring that back. I'm not sure we'll see about that. Some of them look forward to run. Get excited Okay what else we got. I'm still looking at. What about the amazing race about the amazing race girl? Yeah I'm surprised to see her. I asked I did talk to just gleese in some other amazing race fans. Her name is genuinely Jessica. Lease says she was the first one out on her season. And that's really all she has. She also directed me to look at her ridiculously anatomically improbable body which is normally not earth also comment on but it's like in Gotari instagram. It's like wild it's just. She's smallest ways of anyone. I've ever in my life so for anyone who's like why is she the first one eliminated on amazing race on the challenge? Go to her instagram. I'm sorry but that's clearly why she's on the show. She stunningly beautiful. I'm looking at her amazing race. By because like what can we find? Okay she's a professional model. She's from California. Will describe what you do. Hang out in front of cameras. Smiley Motor gone okay. Good for the challenge favorite hobbies swimming in any sort of body of water running down the beach hiking with my boxer Bronson. Anything adores. You're crazy I'm in. Sounds like she's ascribed. The challenge is her hobby I don't know what else to say about her. Mtv gave us nothing. Apparently she didn't give anything to the amazing grace. And she's like stunningly beautiful. So I'm surprised if only because the amazing race does not seem to have the overlap in the audience like my grandma watches the amazing race. She's not like coming over to the challenge to watch the first boot of music right. Did you have any thoughts on her? In her instagram. Just popped over there and your descriptions were accurate. I mean don't let your wife see on. That inspired me tell you. I think he's the last person we haven't talked about. Unless we're doing shit we normally do. Which is we forget. Someone dawn marking. I will know that it's the only person I have left. I also have nothing really same. Di Di came from like I. Everyone doubted her. She proved them wrong. She watched coming off a win. She's got extra. Select me here for D. I'm you know I think it almost would have been. We would have been probably left wanting more from. Dc was honest. He's not it would have been good for her to be there. But then I guess you could be forgotten about so season the maximum fine with it. I duNNo. She's she's back at the right time. Maybe after that like I feel like people still need to see the Rogan. Depaix off giving me. Does she didn't know what happened on the show so I'm excited to see her comeback Herbieres she wasn't there. I wouldn't be like Oh my God. Where's the Cindy Bowen says? Who are you most excited to see what we already talked about that? But who is missing back? No no but who is. I pulled this. Who is missing that? You wish was their car for share. We need our camp rang me a second time. I don't know if anyone's top of mind that I'm drastically visiting the other classrooms like Laurel Emily's with that but like reasonable someone that is starving Lee missing. I lear- in camera. Not here. I'M I I love. Cam has more to give Leroy like last season. Lee Really we. He portrayed broke heartless. Lassie is we need. We need like a season and we can go through that again. We need to go through it again. I I wish Lee rose there. They do appear to still be together. Lycee recently posted mushy instagram posts. I'm thrilled about that. Talk that Corey's back at Nelson's on probably you know hunter on are being mixed together would have been more fun now. I'm fine with hundred people. I'm fine if not being here. But that are noticeably absent. Ninja this. That's qualifying. You mentioned car but we're going to have to talk about it. Jonathan Forman says what effect will the lack of car and poly have on the season? Although if someone has engage everyone can have a fun time. That's for sure I think like finally like people are free like Dhabi is free like MTV's given us a sock and we're GONNA get to see people play without like free from the shackles of death. Stare air and negatively and I think this season is GonNa have a lot more. Join me a lot more fun as a result and not even the players are very. I think we're free because she's just like it just took up like so much of the show that it would like sucked energy out of so the fact that the show doesn't have to focus on it because of course they're going to have to focus on it is pick up so much of the drama and what people are talking about so the fact that this showed out to deal with it it will allow so much other stuff to blossom Lauren Pratt says which rookie do you? Guys think will be the most successful season successful to go furthest proud Casey. I think she probably has the best chance to where the thinks she's already. Probably one of the strongest females. So I think she's got the best chance to do that. Well I was going to say that to say yes. I did convince you that she looked physical but I I asked you. Think he's e- okay. Kyle Picard says. It's been awhile since we've seen people who are somewhat regular second who were somewhat regular for a second like Britney Tony Oh I understand okay. So you've seen so I MISS. Toni somewhat regular for some people who were regulars for a second like. Britney Toni Marie Sylvia jemmy Devon Dot dot dot CA. You think we'll see them on the challenge again or will recruiting from shows outside of MTV continued to be the power. Now I think we see people come back. I'm sure Tony probably gets calls. I'm sure he's probably say no with them. Having having kids and so that's probably why he saying though I think given the right time. I don't see any reason why those people can't come back. Yeah I mean Jimmy and Marie both kind of got and Devon got quote unquote offloaded to the beach. But I don't think that means they're offloaded ex on the beach. I don't know it seems like you know. Mtv's able to get people who like are drama. Starters who also compete better than maybe Jimmy. Marie but I will always be here for Jimmy. Emory coming onto the challenge. Jemmy was on the beach. People love she did not have love interest but she still the narrator that show inexplicably should no reason either kind of amazing another personnel. Shut off from on the beach is Marlin. Who was there? Miss Him Marlin was phenomenal on ex on the beach club. He's a jerk like he's a total F boy but he is one of the most interesting TV characters or saw if Isabel Smith he also is extremely fluid. He was like open to literally everyone on the show in a way that got him in trouble what it was so refreshing to see someone just like on an we're seeing a lot on MTV with are you the one and an ex on the beach but Marlin is true to himself. In a way that I don't think has like transferred from Rei. The one the flu season and ex on the beach to the challenge and not to discount. What like Laurel did coming into your own challenge. But for the most part I think we have still the remnants of like bigots past who keeps showing up on the challenge and we have great people on our either one and it's on the beach or not making that jump. I think Marlin would be a phenomenal person to make that to bridge that gap who is of the world of the challenge. I think him being in the mix on the beaches definitely increases his chance because Mike for People like him just his old keyboard and get a call it a comeback show unless he got his name back out there so the fact is on that show definitely as his chance of the comeback which will be fun he would. I think usually on one season and he was very successful. Very entertaining so income back would be a lot of fun all right so speaking of copper card. What do we want to do but the GYM DO WANNA pick a couple of keepers or odd? I think we can start fresh. I think we can usually keep a couple of keepers for the first episode. But I'm sure if we start fresh and chew some we're probably going to pick some anyway because I mean there's only so many things that go around so we can just probably just start freshman. We just duplicate that unless you had a specific when you really want to get. It looked at it yet. I expected us to put a few armed for the first episode. But we don't have to. I mean some of the ones that would what are your keepers anywhere like. I love looking date night EJ. So I guess if we're doing that I'll keep that no. No this is your thing. So we'll start. We start fresh next week next week. Whenever this show starts to be here next week an ex week next week times a flat circle right now. I know next week okay. So shall we start next week or should we start now? Why don't we just keep to for the premiering? And they will bill from their star. Because I have not looked so. Kyle sent us a list of every. I expected to do from last season. But he's sent us every rule that's ever been used which is like brutal so care. Middle School Yearbook or something. Okay so you start because I have this. Yeah I'M GONNA keep working on with the easiest wearing a button down and his hair slicked back and he knows going out for a nice dinner afterwards so I I love happened. That one okay. Let's go do you have your second one over. Should I think this was a fun? One that track any uses of British slang? Because there are there. There's I love this document. Use it but I love Ashley bringing up being such that. It would be funny if you if you chose to keep like one of if there's one very specific to a season obviously would have no chance of going through. Let's all right. I'M GONNA do one of those but I don't think there's no chance to come up. We don't know this is going to be rogue we don't know what the format is. But let's say uses the phrase burn. Vote like it. Here's a guarantee you when I come back about Dave and says ass imagine did the first episode. They liked playing. Like a flashback to do on what you old classic I don't think either mine are really gonNA come up like this one. I feel like we haven't brought this back in a while. Watchos probably unless season and you alluded to it in the intro. I think this is a good one to get people who are new to the game. It understanding the challenge producers. Change rule on the fly for you go. It's a classic episode one. I did really have an eye on the premier to visit. I picked so that that's what it comes back after. Like you have a clear understanding of the rules and all of a sudden like a longer time challenge and it's really based off of whatever is. We'll just happened okay. Anything else to talk about here. I don't think so I I saw you tweet. Tweet about the Premier B two hours. I think that's wrong. I think it is an hour and a half and then maybe there's an after show but I don't think the actual premiers two and a half hours. No I think I also think somebody later tweeted that like that's happened before we're like that is wrong. And then it's ninety minutes so I think every episode is ninety minutes the season I eight nine thirty nine thirty a little bit earlier logos survivor fans. That's true. Dvr So okay so a couple of things to plug. We're up for bid currently spot on this podcast is up for bid I don't know the link but you can tweet look at my twitter. I re tweeted it out. Pin The tweet and up until I think let me look at what when bidding closes really quick but you can bid to be a guest on our podcast and benefit students at Michigan Law who are pursuing public interest careers so working in areas of law. Don't pay very well. 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