35 Burst results for "One More Thing"
Dr. Naomi Wolf Outlines the Unconstitutional WHO Treaty
"This is a guest I've wanted to have on for quite some time. Someone who has just been one of the most articulate and courageous communicators during all of this nonsense that we lived through at the last couple of years, as she is the author of an upcoming book, the bodies of others. The new authoritarians COVID-19 and the war against the human. It comes out in just about a week, and I want to ask her about all sorts of different things. It is the wonderful doctor Naomi wolf, doctor. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much for having me. Thank you. So I want to just dive right into it. Something's happening rather consequential in Geneva in the coming days. Tell us about what's happening with the World Health Organization world health assembly. Is this an attempt to try to usurp our sovereignty? All the warnings you just heard are absolutely correct. They're not exaggerated. And we need to be extremely, extremely worried. No alarm is too great for what we're facing. She was incredibly out of summary of the danger, but basically I've got a chapter in the bodies of others explaining that the nation state is the one thing, a nation state with secure borders, you know, I'm pro league of immigration. I'm the daughter of immigrants, but the globalists absolutely love dissolving national borders and they love weakening people's allegiance to their local or national identity national language, national culture, erasing national histories. And the reason they love it is just what we're seeing with the World Economic Forum. It makes people weaker at the grassroots level and empowers these oligarchs. And so it's a 1000% correct that if the U.S. becomes a signatory to the World Economic Forum proposal treaty, we can expect to see mercenaries on our shores or we can expect to see as miss bachman pointed out U.S. Military doing the bidding of the
Delano Squires on the One Thing Democrats Hold Over Black Communities
"How do we get around this issue of 90 plus percent of the black community votes Democrat? An issue like an abortion which should be a very personal choice, a choice about your values your ethics is suddenly radicalized in one direction racialized by a party. And then when you look at the actual facts, take the politics out of it, you look at the fact that 40% of all abortions are black babies. Correct. Despite the fact that the black population is only 12% of the nation and you've got hang on, there's a factor of four more black abortions. I don't want to be monolithic, but doesn't the black community ever get pissed and say, that's just wrong. Yeah, I mean, it's complex. So there are black voters, many of whom are socially conservative who are personally and I'm sure you heard this term personally pro life, right? But politically pro choice. Right. That's the classic politicians get out. Correct, right? And you saw this actually when during the 2020 campaign where particularly older black church going women were seen to be the demographic group that was going to help at that time, candidate Joe Biden in South Carolina, for instance, in that primary. And there are a lot of women, particularly in that category. It is a paradox because these are people again who, if you ask them whether they think a man can become a woman, they probably say no. If you ask them whether they think abortion should be legal up until 9 months, they'd probably say no. But they vote for Democrats anyway. And I think a big part of it is because the one thing that Democrats hold, in my opinion, over the black community is the issue of race and racism. So what they do is they say, well, if you don't vote for us, you're going to get the Republicans and they're going to take you back to Jim Crow two.
Are We on the Cusp of a Conservative Revival?
"What I do know, though, is that we shouldn't allow evil to spread just because we think Jesus is coming next Thursday, right? That's not the right, that's not the right, but anyway, I think that there's a conservative revival that we're on the cusp of where people don't just have a yearning for nostalgia, but they realize that if you allow what I call the locusts, which is the left, they will destroy everything that is good true and beautiful. Can you name one thing these people have captured and do not destroy? They've destroyed everything that they get control of. They've destroyed the Boy Scouts, which is a completely and totally obliterated. They destroyed classical music, Hollywood, professional sports, American politics, our tech companies. And it's because inherent they don't actually build new things, nor are they concerned with preserving good things, they just care about taking them over for their own very, very specific radical ideology. So the opportunity ahead of us is, wow, most people really want what they once had. That is a kind of a premonition, is a canary in the coal mine that people want to go back to the very roots. Well, the roots that built everything that built our country, which of course is the Bible and the Christian
Why You Should Have a Heart for the Cowardly
"Again. So the cowardly are this. These are people that mean well. I want us to have a heart for the cowardly, okay? I want us to go find the cowardly pastor. You know who they are. No, seriously. I mean this. Cowards can be fixed. The last category is going to take some real conversion. I'll get to that in a second. That's where we need the divine intervention. But cowardly requires a courageous person to challenge the coward. So a good action item is for the downtrodden. But honestly, they're not bad already. Anytime anyone talks too loud, they like run out of a room, right? They shouldn't be in the ministry, but they are. Okay, there's nothing. No, that's true. They shouldn't be. But they are. And they're running a church. You should say, hey, God wants you to take stands on things that matter in the nation that you are in. Come on, I'll take the arrows for you. Can you just do one sermon about the reversal of roe versus wade? Can you just do? Can you show up to one thing? Everyone in this room, I want you to challenge the other pastors in this community because courage begets
Stephen Miller: Our Founders Wanted to Make It Hard to Enter Treaties
"A major attack on our liberty and our system of representative government then by conferring by granting a foreign entity sovereign control over significant healthcare decisions in our own country we would have to abide by what they say and we would have no recourse as citizens with anything or anyone Isn't this a direct conflict with our constitutional system Yes it renders the treaty clause null and void as you know is one of our nation's foremost constitutional scholars The founders wanted to make it exceptionally difficult to enter into binding agreements which is why there's such a high vote threshold for a treaty although I would suggest to you that because of the nature of this agreement it is not something that would be constitutional for 45 other reasons that we could go through due process and unreasonable seizure and all the different kinds of ways that they're going to be invading the lives of private citizens as a result of this agreement in a future real or imagined public health emergency But as the most basic level it does violate the treaty clause of the constitution as the most effective simplest argument in a court of law and so that's the reason why my organization has said to the Biden administration If you try to do one thing under this agreement here in the United States to treat this in any way shape or form is having the force and effect of law that we're taking you straight to court and we're also calling and phoning state attorney generals to tell them to make the exact same threat and to follow through on the exact same pledge And then meanwhile Congress can't do it now but can certainly do it in 23 In the very first appropriations bill they need to have a line in there that says none of the funds in this act can be used to implement this agreement
Why Is the West So Intent on Punishing Itself?
"What's so interesting is this question of why are we doing this to ourselves? It's a question that Douglas Murray asks in the phenomenal book war on the west, which I encourage you to read and we had him on our show a couple weeks ago and I listened to the book very carefully and I read it. I listened to books too. It's easier when you're working out and doing things. And Douglas Murray makes the argument, and he asks the question, why is it that the west is so intent on punishing itself? It's almost this continual and relentless campaign. Of self laceration. It's not about justice. It's not about improvement. It's not about introspection. It is about trying to harm the west because you feel as if either were too strong, too powerful, it's inequitable, and you want the civilization to crumble as a way to trying to even out the playing field. And that plays perfectly into what Joe Biden is doing in Geneva the World Health Organization, which is that it's our own government that is proposing that America becomes less powerful, less free, and less sovereign. It's our own government. It's not as if that the World Health Organization is doing this to America. It'd be one thing if the World Health Organization in Geneva was meeting and they were conspiring against America. But what's so perplexing? Psychologically and otherwise is that we're the ones that are asking the WHO to make us less powerful.
Why the Stock Market Is Still Struggling
"I want to talk momentarily about this market because before we get into the Twitter stuff, Twitter actually traded a little bit higher today. I think everybody's coming to their senses on that one that Elon is not so easily going to get away from this. The market overall is still struggling. And the reason for that is because there's a lot of fear that all this inflation in our economy is going to catch up with consumers in a big way. We're already starting to see evidence of that. In fact, when you look at the major retailers, they had some pretty weak earnings reports. And pretty weak projections for the future, which tells you that yes, things are slowing down. You know what? When you're paying record prices at the gas pumps, you don't have as much money to spend on all the discretionary items that you normally spend money on, not to mention, of course, food prices as well, which have absolutely soared. I mean, people have to make ends meet. We saw reflected in Thursday's jobs numbers that weekly unemployment claims are also starting to tick up. So there could be some softness in the job market. The job market, of course, as we know, has been on steroids, but if that changes and you see this slowdown and spending, well, none of this is good, right? And that's why you have a market. The S&P increasingly looking like it's going to be in bear territory. One thing I do want to point out, though, is that the sell off we've seen over the last couple of days has actually been quite logical. I mean, sometimes it's just, you know, everybody freaks out and they start selling like Matt, and there's no rhyme or reason to it, but in this case, you do have evidence of a consumer, an American consumer that's pulling back. So logically, people start to sell.
Geo Tracking and the 'Gay Bathhouse' Argument
"I'm continuing a kind of highlight or analysis of my conversation with Philip bump in The Washington Post. And he disputes the validity or at least precision and the accuracy of geo tracking based upon an expert that he interviewed one guy who said, well, it's only accurate to about 30 feet. Well, that's not true. But let's say it is true. I don't think it changes our conclusions at all. For the simple reason that you've got a Dropbox. And you've got a mule within 30 feet, remember a human body is 5 or 6 feet. So 30 feet puts you basically within three or four human lengths of the Dropbox. You're in that vicinity. You're in that geofence or circle. Okay. And if it was only one Dropbox, you could make you could say, well, wait a minute. Maybe the guy was stopped to eat some popcorn. Or was reaching for his wallet? It happened to stop within that radius, but this is why true the votes high bar and by the high bar I mean, ten or more drop boxes. Totally settles the issue, because quite frankly, if you're within 30 feet of ten or more dropboxes, obviously you are going to those drop boxes to do what? Well, there's only one thing you can do. So you remember these aren't post boxes. You can't be writing a letter to your best friend from college. These drop boxes have one purpose. And that is to put in mail in ballots. They're ballot dropboxes. So the only reason to go to them is to dump ballots. So in fact, there's a guy who made a comment on social media. He goes, dinesh, you know, he goes, listen, he goes, what if I were to show that your phone was within 30 feet of a bunch of gay bath houses? Would you be okay with me saying that your regular frequenter of gay bathhouses dinesh and that I have proof that you that you that you did that? And I replied in a kind of a quote tweet and I say, hey, pal, listen. If you can find my phone within 30 feet of let's say ten or more gay bath houses in the period of let's say two weeks, yeah, you can reasonably conclude that I'm a regular customer. Why else would I be within the close vanity vicinity of not one not two? Not three, but ten or more bathhouses. So yes, use your own common sense and draw your own
Extreme Athlete Tom Jones Is Quit-Proof
"Having a fun and important conversation. I like all my conversations to be fun and important with Tom Jones. He's an extreme athlete marine veteran doing something right now that is amazing. He is running across most of the country a marathon a day to draw attention to the ideas of patriotism, faith, and specifically united we pledge dot org, building a replica of this American village that's in montevallo, Alabama. They want to do that in Utah, which is where he's going to end up. So Tom, I got to ask you, when you're running, at what pace do you run so that this is possible? Because I mean, I just really, again, can hardly imagine to go 26 miles in a day, and then to do it the next day and the next day, how do you, what have you settled into at this point that makes this possible for you? Is 26.2 miles a day and I can tell you one thing that was the last 6.2 miles, those are the ones that kick your butt. So what I've settled into is a piece of right around four to 5 miles an hour. I mean, it's just unbelievable to me that you are able to do this. And so you're doing this every day and you're about halfway from montevallo, Alabama to this place in Utah. So where does that put you now in Texas? Yeah, that puts me in Arlington, Texas, so we're approaching halfway through it. And so I think in two days, we'll have been at this 30 days. We're going to be doing 76 of them in a row. This time, you know, last time I did this, I did a 121 marathons in a row, but that was back in 2000. And my piece was much faster than it is now, although, you know, it's just a matter of being quit proof, man.
Hiura's HR in 11th gives Brewers 7-6 victory over Braves
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Girlfriend: Dallas shooting suspect feared Asian Americans
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Patrick Assalone on the One Thing You Never Sacrifice Financially
"Where do you see a 25 year old? What would you do? That's sort of a loaded question because we don't know their background. Okay. Are they full time? Can they work full time? Right, exactly. Absolutely. And the first thing that I encourage everybody, the 25, the 50 or the 65 year old who's retiring is if you have a job and you're bringing money in, that is number one, you absolutely do not ever sacrifice that for any reason. And if you need to trade to make money right now, I will not sell you a program, and I will not coach you. Because I will not get into that. I won't do it. I can't. Because people, there's enough pressure on you to learn a new skill already. When you, when you put your back up against the wall, it's a losing proposition, and I will not do that. Now, if you've got somebody, I've got several people that work in the restaurant and bar industry. They work at night. They make a great living. They trade in the morning. They stay up, they trade a few hours in the morning, they're gone. They go to sleep, they come back. Over and over and over again. If you are working a 9 to 5 job, we have our classrooms at night, we teach you how to do it at night. You can absolutely trade in the overnight. Do I suggest you try to stay up all night long now? You can't nobody can do that. I was as close to a T 2000 liquid terminator that there ever was. I used to be able to go days without sleep. I don't suggest that for anybody right now. But you've always got an opportunity for, let's say, the 45 year old, you're budgeting your money, you've got a family, if you are gainfully employed, you stay there. You do not leave. You get everything you can out of your career. And that's the best time in my opinion to learn this because you're not necessarily building your future. You're on your path to your future already. You've got responsibility. You know what to do when you're retired. You have money.
The Left and Their Fight Against Truth
"I'd like you to see my column today. My website, town hall, RealClearPolitics that will move on to daily wire, American great mist, et cetera. But you could start with money website or town hall or RealClearPolitics. About how PolitiFact lied about me, purely a 100% lie, said that what I said was false. And I prove it's a lie. They quote left wing liars to support their lie. And. I'm thinking of suing one of the leftists that they cited, the man who was the director of the center to promote hate at Cal state San Bernardino. Its official name is what the hell is its official name? Let's see. I love the official name. Find center. Yeah, center for the study of hate them extremism. It's the center to promote hate him extremism. They got one word wrong. Guy named Brian Levin, whom I might sue. For saying I lied. I don't. I don't care when I'm cold beans, but that's the one thing that I staked my life really, my reputation on being a truth teller.
Academia and the Fear of Religion
"There is such if there's one thing I've noticed, even more than people here on this campus and just left left wing people who I've met in general, even more than they criticize conservatives, they criticize religious people, specifically Christians. There is such an aversion to religion. I actually had a debate with one of my friends about this recently, where she said to me, religion creeps me out and devout Christians creep me out and one of the things that she brought up was apparently I didn't know this, but apparently in the south or some sort of more like evangelical hardline communities, people speak, I'm getting this wrong, but they sort of speak gibberish insurance. It's called speaking in tongues. Yes. And my friend brought that up as if every single Christian. I have a better answer. Forgive me. I don't care. I'm Jewish. I don't give a damn if they speak in tongues. Right. Compared to the gibberish that comes out of universities, the worst people to talk about gibberish are people on the left,
Caller Shares His Story From Waukesha Christmas Parade Tragedy
"Tell me what you think about the difference between buffalo, you experienced it. I'm sure you being part of that awful day. I'm sure it will be, you'll carry that with you forever. Give me your perspective as somebody who was a part of that awful awful evil act in walker Shaw Wisconsin. Well, I mean, it was just utter chaos and disbelief. And it's a very, very conservative community. And there has been not one writing one anything on radio about this was a devout Democrat that wanted to kill white people. Not one thing like that. In fact, the only thing that happened from The White House was a comment from the press secretary, giving us condolences for our losses. I was literally a foot and a half away from the police officer that was shooting at this vehicle. I was with a girl's girl scout troop that was marking in the freight. Fortunately, we were at the very beginning of the parade. And we were veering off to get off the parade route when the vehicle ended his debacle crap. It was ridiculous. But it was just unbelievable. And ironically, I have been summoned to appear as a juror for his trial coming up in October. Say that again, you were what? I was summoned to be on the jury for his trial coming up in October. So are you going to be on the jury? Well, I had to fill out a 200 page question here and one of the questions was, were you in that parade? And of course I had to answer. Yes, so I don't know, but maybe you'll be able to be disqualified. I
Lis Wiehl Shares the Intriguing Tale of 'A Spy in Plain Sight'
"We have a really exciting guest talking about a very exciting book and subject, exciting, depressing, amazing. I don't know where to begin. You probably already know my guest. Lee's wheel, maybe you saw her over the years on Fox News or on CNN or any place just a prominent legal mind federal prosecutor on and on and on. It goes, and she has now written a book. I got to tell you, it's nothing less than shocking. It's titled a spy in plain sight. The inside story of the FBI and Robert Hanssen, America's most damaging Russian spy, remember the Cold War folks. Remember when we were at war with the Soviet Union, they were a superpower in those days. And there was somebody on the inside. It just, it's one of the most amazing stories ever. A number of books have been written about it. This is being called the best of them all, a spy in plain sight Lee's wheel. Welcome to the program. Eric, it's great to be with you. Thanks so much for that kind introduction. Well, I tell you, when I read originally about Robert Hansen, it was one of these things, it's out of a movie. It's a nightmare that somebody would be this deeply embedded in our FBI working for our enemies. Today it would be, you know, working for China. But give us the background for people who don't remember the details, the timing, the years, the decades, so that we have some sense of who this monster Robert Hansen was. Yeah, and you've got it right. He really is a monster. I mean, finally, he's locked up now forever. So he's in a 24 hour or 23 hour solitary confinement and Florence Colorado in a supermarket, a super max. But started, you know, kind of an unremarkable upbringing. He was a middle class in Chicago, his father was a cop, kind of trying to tough on him. I mean, really tough on him. We'd call it child abuse now. But he grew up, became an accountant and then joined the FBI, which was really the Pinnacle for him. You know, it was just the thing that he wanted to be. He admired James Bond. He wanted to be everything, James Bond. So the enters in the early 80s into the bureau. And Eric within a year of entering the FBI, he approaches the Russians. They don't have to flip him. He approaches them. He doesn't tell them who he is, but he says he has this great Intel information for them. And indeed, it is the first thing that he's gives them is the identity of our major the primo Russian asset that we had at the time on the ground. And of course, we rely on those people to give us information from you said it, China, North Korea, Russia. He was at the very top level of the counter espionage unit in the
What Happens Now With Roe v Wade? Ken Klukowski Weighs In
"We are back with Ken kowalski, a man who we rely upon for our legal advice here in America first. We're talking about the Supreme Court decision. What happens now? I've heard a lot of theories that the left screwed up here. They sort of wait until June and then the nuclear bomb effect of this dropping in June, closer to the elections would have been more useful to them. I've heard theories today that now nobody can back down the 5 justices can not back down because then it would make them look as if they were weak and gave into the mob. You've been watching the Supreme Court for years now. This is truly unprecedented in the modern age. So what kind of scenarios are we looking at until June and the official vote? Well, for one thing, Seb, I'll be putting an article up today, urging the justices to get the opinion out as quickly as possible. I mean, the draft that we saw was from February 10 that they would have continued to polish it and edit it since that time. So I think the opinion could be could be in good condition to actually be issued as is right now as in like this week. Now if there are other justices who are still writing concurring opinions or dissenting opinions, none of those have the force of law and they can just issue that whenever they're ready to do so. But the justices in the majority have the authority whenever they vote to do it, to just go ahead and release the opinion. And I would recommend doing so as quickly as possible. So that we can all move forward. So this is an official opinion. It's on the clock. It's in the books. And let me segue straight from that to another point you mentioned. And that is that, yes, I believe that every day, every additional day that transpires. Between this decision becoming official in November's election day is that tens of millions of Americans are going to realize that the left has lied to them for half a century about what the effect of overruling road would
Is the Defense Production Act Worth Activating for Baby Formula?
"The defense production act Which basically puts the government in charge of certain private corporations Typically used during wartime it was used by Trump during the war on the pandemic Some people are now saying we should use it to fight that is to expand the baby formula If we're having a supply chain problem how does that fix it Supply chain means having difficulty getting it from point a to point B From point a to point B how does this fix that How does it get the product necessary to make the product that we're talking about It doesn't do any of that None of it And it's one thing to use the defense production act to have people manufacture masks You remember how long it took As brilliant and as efficient as this administration excuse me it's the prime administration could be to build ventilators It's not so easy to switch over assembly lines So it's not going to result in anything in the near or even near midterm
"one more thing" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"Give it a whirl. Yeah I definitely want to see it. And I'm going to say one last keep going for one more thing. I didn't mention this on the show before. That's what this episode is going to call it and one more thing. One more thing. And this is the thing you have to watch because if you have so it's on Amazon Prime. And it was it's 6 episodes of the most brilliant comedy English comedy. I. Keep watching it. I can't stop watching these episodes. Only 6 I honestly have never done this where I watch 6 episodes. And then like a day later I watched them again. Because I'm missing things but it's called Garth meringue's dark place. I am writing this down Garth Moringa's dark place and it's on Amazon. It's not prime. And it was they ran for one season in England and it was from 2004 but the premise is that north meringue is a horror writer who in the 80s had a show that I don't think aired or was not a hit and he's now releasing these incredibly cheaply made shows about a haunted hospital called dark place. And there's and his his publisher will funds it but demands a role on the show and that's played by Richard Iowa whose genius remember from the IT crowd he's one of my favorites. But he and he's can't act at all. So he's constantly looking at the camera where it's like you need to get down there now and then he punches late on the table. You know and it's filled with jump cuts and continuity errors and they keep coming back to the cast to talk about Matt berry isn't it from a oh I love Matt. He plays like this Playboy doctor named doctor Sanchez for no reason. And and. Every line in the show is it's all goes to praising north merengue. So like at one point he's a sick kid is dying and he's like how you doing buddy? And the kid goes you work too hard doctor you know? You've been too good. It's like it's a lot of that shit. And then the worst special effects. I'm telling you it is such fucking genius. I'm still in awe of it. So okay I'm definitely gonna watch that. Okay. Doing it nation. Thanks for indulging just the two of us. Just the two of us. I mean that's how you know we prefer we just sometimes will let somebody bask in the glow of our presence. I see the crystal raindrops fall and there I should have just half assed that one because I can't. So who do you think you are? You think your three river band? That wasn't no. That was what's his name? Who did a lovely day? Oh that go withers. Yeah Bill weather's good. I'll go through what are they saying? There was something that was thinking about the little river band? Little river band. I think my edible. Have you heard about the lonesome loser? No what? That was a little over man. Have you heard about the loon some loser okay we have to end on that. Just from where we started with. Take us out from loser. I know now take things out of just the two of us. How about that? Yeah. Okay. Thank you guy. You're getting anything to promote? Shit. Sacramento Labor Day weekend. Well fortune Pheebs or go to fortune or my page and get tickets. I'll be open in for her. Wow. Danny what about yourself? Not too much to promote. And this will come out..
"one more thing" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"No no Doja Cat. That's right. Yeah. And it was like I mean immediately I'm watching that like that's Dave is a show that you genuinely do not know where it's going to go. You're almost like you don't have an anxiety feeling watching it because you're like he is going to self implode. Every time and he does but it is in the most spectacular hilarious way. Well it was just it was awful. And like what the best to me my favorite actor on TV right now is data. So oh my God we're gonna say that. I want to get gate on the podcast. Do you like he follow you? I don't know. But I am so team data. I fucking love that guy. I'm telling you. I'm going to make it happen. I'm going to be delivers he's so goddamn good. He plays the pathos and that moment when he brings those fucking people like he sells those braces he doesn't know yeah yeah. And he's left it's so it's just a stabs your heart so hard. It's so painful. But that character has so many layers and is so deep. Oh it's rady. And all you know like on the exterior it's such a good way of showing okay just these people you know like to Joe blow it's like oh look at just some wrapper whatever. Yeah. Taking the time to like peel back the layers of a person and instead of just assuming one way because Gators would have the deepest characters. Oh my God it's so deep. And it's important to have a character like that on a show because Dave himself is fairly especially this season was a little irredeemable. He's so and both both with like extra friends and all this and he's like I'm annoyed and so then to end it where he comes through. It was just good. It was like a nice. That was the nicest little bow on that episode where you know you. I love that thing you know we've got to see that performance his rehearsal performance daves and it was amazing. You know like it was just within the you know it's like oh cool we got to see it. And then but the performance was the other. It was what they did. Exactly exactly. Now we're not going to show you in front of everybody else. And not only that we're not going to know how it went. Two other people that are on that show that I can not get enough of are Dave's parents. Holy shit you pay me and I don't know who the woman is. Oh my God the two of them together when that scene spoiler alert whatever but when Andrew Santino goes in that fitting room. Oh my God. Did you jail on yourself? And he's just okay. All right. An amazing scene. And he's really good in this show. I mean I know. Do you know him at all? I don't know. I did note it. Yeah I've done stand up with Andrew a bit. And. He's a great guy. He's a super nice guy. And he'd be a good one to have him on the podcast too. He has a podcast called whisky Ginger..
"one more thing" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"It felt real. It felt like if you stab somebody that was more what it would be as opposed to come running at them and be like ah. Yeah yeah. And I got the feeling that that got you know the guy the actor's name is Jake glacier and of course I'm forgetting his character's name but he has you know this completely over privileged life. He's washed in it. It's just everywhere. And when and he wants to get his way and he thinks he's got his way and he thinks he's got the and then when it actually came down to it like he's grabbed something you know and he's like the look on his face was almost like whoever it is I got you motherfucker. You know like he was really really intense. And then when he did it I'm sorry there's a siren going by. Okay. What he did it? I don't know why people can't just die quiet or sometimes right? What do I have to have this sirens? I'm so goddamn rude. But when he actually like that the moment where he stabs armand and you know like can he backs up and he all of a sudden it was like oh this is real. You know it's not just my. It was the first moment he saw him as a human being. Yeah and he apologizes. It was sincere. It was genuine and it was like but you almost felt like he was like apologizing for everything. And most importantly in the episode I believe it's the first shit I've ever seen on camera. Okay that's I think the first the first shit I've ever seen on camera was in the first season of Dave. Oh that's right but was it coming out of his butt? It came out of his butt. Yeah like you saw it where he was like on a hike with his girlfriend and he just like grabbing his stomach and he goes and he was like it's coming. Just look away. Look away and then they slick showed it coming out of his butt. And I'm like oh my God I can not believe I'm watching this. And then that last episode of her mind shits in that suitcase. Oh my God it was so crazy. Well just upsetting for you because I know that poop is not. I just like it was upset. I felt I wasn't sure how exactly how necessary I needed it to like it off. I don't know. Shock for shock value but it was definitely shock value 'cause I the moment I saw him like look at that suitcase and starts wrestling with his you know button and zipper. I was like oh no. Oh no. No here it comes. Oh and there it is..
"one more thing" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"Do it. Do it doing it do it right now. Come on. It's just amazing. When I did that my dog because I'm that passionate and he knows it. He's wearing his raycons right now. I've never seen Jenny this passionate about any anything. No I have zero passion in my life except now I have something I'm passionate about. I've watched her slay a crowd of a thousand people and nothing nothing compared to this. How about you Jenny Johnson? I mean what are we watching? What's going on? Okay so. Finish white lotus we love them. I started I mean I'm so excited. There's the second season and it's going to be like at a different resort a different place with a different cast. I very much was committed to that cast because there were so unbelievably good but I know that they'll find. Yeah. A good cast as well. You know for the next one. But the way it was did you did you know what was coming at the end? I don't want to spoil it. I really really didn't. And you know spoiler alert for people at home. We're going to talk about it. It's been a week. Yeah. I was. Horrified and then realized oh no it makes perfect sense that God I'm forgetting the character's name and the newlywed woman went back to the guy. Okay isn't that funny that. As much as I love that show? I'm like I don't know that I could name. I know I thought about this too. I have trouble with the character names too. I think also they don't say their names a lot. But I remember that armand is the I absolutely love the hotel manager and then one of the daughters was Olivia. Yeah. And then I'm like um. But but look I absolutely love that. And then there's this documentary series that's on Netflix that I've watched a few episodes it's called the movies that made us. Have you seen? It's a season two because I feel like there was a first season of that that I did. Yeah there was a first season and then season and there's only four episodes in this second season has like a lot of my favorite movies which is Back to the Future Jurassic Park pretty woman. And then die hard I believe. Well I mean I like all but pretty woman. That's good. But like all these you know such classic movies I watched the Jurassic Park one and I've seen that they even had like a different special that was like I think the holiday movies that made us. It was like thing like they had home alone or whatever. But I really loved it. I watched the Jurassic Park when the only thing I would say is it gets a little busy and loud like oh. They use a lot of music and voice-over and quick cuts and you know it's like they're trying to make it too you know I get that. It's funny because so do you know you know my you know my favorite part of Jurassic Park was the dinosaurs. I loved that part too. Big fan. I know a lot of people when like Laura Dern wasn't going to be in the second one they were thinking like uh oh good luck. But it was the dinosaurs ultimately. They just did a great job..
"one more thing" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"With a chip is just who's just a fake therapy dog at all. Totally. But you know as funny as I will say though the last four episodes of the season it really like expanded the world and fell down and it's like oh yes that's like and so it's been really fun. We're bringing a lot of fun episodes nice a good writers room really good a bunch of people I haven't worked with before but knew and yeah that's awesome. Yeah I mean that show obviously I'm an animal lover too. And just the idea behind it of having them meet every day for therapy. And it's but there's still animals. They don't you know they don't take away the animal characteristics. Yeah but they all they're dealing with you know it's a great place to project all of our writer insecurities and characters onto them and. I get the biggest kick out of Tony Hale. I mean he voices different animals and he does max the pig that's George Clooney's pig or whatever but then what he does is a Diablo. Yes. Yeah. He's like my mom and my dad and my Randy because his parents have divorced. Totally oblivious. Those of it watched max the pig is a celebrity page. It was a George Clooney. And so he's always he's always name dropping and I don't know where you are in the series but I'm all caught up. I'm like I don't know where I am though because I've seen one you haven't seen is he still with George Clooney or has he moved on? He's still with George Clooney. But he's found out that he's not the original. And which made like the continuity even funnier to me because when that character was there and he kept name dropping that you know he's George Clooney. I was like the fact that I knew that George Clooney's pet pig max died years ago. I knew that information. I've been working on the show for a week. Are they that's really true? Like he had a big name. He had he had a pot bellied pig. Even more useless information that I have that George Clooney had this belly pig name max that was given to him by his girlfriend at the time Kelly Preston. Oh my God. How about that for a random piece of trivia? I gotta say I'm gonna go in there. This is you know this is music to my ears. And I know. And speaking of music to my ears. I was that good? Well I mean standing ovation right now that was beautiful. Now doing it nation I want you to watch because that was a moment. I'm now going to see you won't even know we're doing a commercial for that then it's like you're not going to know that we're going to give a shout out a paid shout out to our advertiser and I would say audio heroes real. Break. The greatest ear devices of all time. Yeah these are like everyday ear buds you know? And you don't have to worry about their wireless. They don't get all twisted up but they also don't look like the other you know. About kind of things that look weird hanging out of people's ears. It looks like you know Ben Stiller in something about Mary or something. Yeah because there was a period of time where the shorthand for a douche was a big old ear thing hanging out of your hair..
"one more thing" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"So you know like a humpty dance. I'm not afraid to go. Rest in power. Shock G. He's the one who put the satin on the girl's panties. That's right. Yes. Yes. I also with Pearl Jam the advantage of them is you also don't need to know the lyrics because it's just like. Danny you fucking nailed that. Fuck I know. Wow maybe you should add that to your karaoke. Holy shit. Lately I've done it. I get it recently. I found karaoke like twice. It's the lockdown ended. But the one I love doing is I do midnight train to Georgia but I always but I only sing the pips. So I'm sitting there and. People don't know what the fuck you're doing for a long part of the verse is the lyrics are coming up. And what I'm hearing is that you think karaoke is an open mic for you. I always killed them. You ever just gone to karaoke it just done the song without trying to make. Oh for sure. I've done a bunch but we should go do that together David. I would love that. I did I'll do some muse. Like my falsetto can hit like supermassive black hole. I love that song. I will do I'll throw down sometimes with like an old you know Dolly Parton or some old like country. Oh yeah I don't I got a little classic. Yeah I never I never had the country well. I'll hit like I've definitely done the clash. I've done. It out. I've done Elvis Costello. But I know not to do like Joe Jackson from that era because I can't hit those notes. And that was the only thing that was holding you back really. I am so Joe Jackson. Usually that's what I think of what I think of you. Yeah. I always say oh and I was standing never mind. Yeah. So how is your new week with new work? Can we discuss that? Yes we can. So I am I've spent the last year or more writing pilots alone. In my underwear Christ for baiting. I'm with you. And I had a meeting with the production company and I'm going to supervise some things and they asked me what I really wanted to do and I said put me if you have a show that needs somebody upper level like I would be very happy to do it. You get me at a discount because I'm going crazy right? Yeah. Not even like about like finances of the finances would be good but it was more like my mental health. And I'm with you yeah. An hour later he calls me and hey how would you like to be on this show? So I don't know if I mentioned the show last week. But it's a show on Fox called house broken that was created by two friends of mine I've written with for years. Well I meant Gabby Allen who I worked with back on Jesse navigate show and then Jen crit in her partner who was. Married to my friend Bill ruble who worked on Modern Family with me. And it's a show about it basically I love animals and I've been in therapy since I was 24. And this is about animals holding their own group therapy session..
"one more thing" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"I was like if I go how are you? Come on here. I can't believe we've ever had musicians on this podcast. I sing like an angel. I don't know what you're talking about. I always feel like every time you know like if I'm just singing in the car and I think you know I actually sound pretty good. Like I'm really going and then you know those moments where if you're talking to someone and you're like oh have you ever heard this song and then you try to sing a few bars? Yes. And I never sound the way I sound on the car when that happens. I will say when I am in a position where I have to sing something for somebody. I have two modes so the mode one is I just sort of like you know it goes like you know you know you know rock the casb. You know. It's like you do it like that. I completely understand. That's way one. But then the other way I'll do it is like oh come on you don't know that song you know black by Led Zeppelin. It's like hey mom says the way you move. I go full bore. There's no middle ground for you. But I have to make that decision pretty am I going to sell this right or not and depending on the people but I will frequently I'm usually impressed with my when I sell it. I feel like you can sell a song. You felt it always happens to me when it's like a song that I have no business even trying to recreate. Like I was talking to my mom one time and I said I think I was talking about Nancy Wilson being on the podcast and how you know you and I were just big huge fans and she's like what songs does heart sing and I'm like you know I was like barracuda and. Of all the like voices that all the vocalists in the world I have no business trying to imitate Anne Wilson. Absolutely. One of the if not the greatest rock and roll voice. I mean it's like I'm gonna sing her and then let me tell you this and I'm gonna do a whole Queen medley. I'm like I said oh God I remember like Amy and I my sister we went and saw him in concert. We were like front row in a room saying Ann Wilson and she was singing alone and it was like Nancy was just playing an acoustic guitar and that was it. So it was just all vocals you know? It was so like you know where you just had chills all over your body. It was insane. And then my mom what song is alone? I'm like my God alone. Give me a minute let me warm up my vocals. So I'm like you should just Google that shit. For 20 years I'll warm up. You can give me all the time in the world to warm up. I'm not going to nail that Anne Wilson impression on a loan which is. One of my I actually did this on Instagram ones but sometimes when I'm out of karaoke he plays with people. It's the quickest karaoke ever because I play. The outfield. I don't want to lose your love tonight. So just an insanely high song so it's like and then I come in for two beats on Joey's on a beach. And I can't let my voice crack so I walk up the stage. And he did that on Instagram once where I like again..
"one more thing" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"I'm no one. That's got abortion. What nieces and nephews oh. You do have a lot of brothers and sisters. Yeah i got. I don't even know how i mean. That's a lie. Ooh let me see two Six six nieces and let me see six pieces and let me see. Oh i never had to count them before. I got three nephews. One great nephew. No two great nephews. We laws truck. Okay keep steve. Since we have a little time we we didn't get to all of the clo's. And i know this person really need your help. You want to hear it. Freddie in brooklyn. Writes that my children and i are going to cancun for short summer vacation before they go back to college mid august and i need some help with my youngest child. She's boy crazy so she doesn't want to go on vacation with us. She's a freshman in college and the boyfriend goes to an out of state college so she's trying to spend all of her time with him she said. I don't understand love. Because i never married her. Mom and i have three baby mamas. How do i teach her good values. When i've been a bad example. That's going to be hard man. I mean it's going to be really really hard for you to i mean you. Can you forewarn hurt through two mistakes you made and say look i want you to safeguard yourself against guys to kinda. Did it the way i did it. And if you can find some examples of how these guys the way you were then you stand a chance at being heard. But when they're at that age. I think all of us can tell you this and have one at this age because three of us do You can tell them all you won't you can tell them all you want but they go out here and they're gonna make a decision as contrary to everything you've taught him everything because we're all knowing man yeah. Amen don't get real life experience though nothing like it especially if you make the mistake and learn from it but a lot of these people a lot of people i should say. Make mistakes and don't learn from and keep making the same mistake over and over again but you can try to tell them and as a parent you know you see another parent going through some. You think you ain't got it like yours not worse to mind It's just a different story. That's all it is a whole different. It's different stories. All is so what you're saying. Don't try to out misery me. We all relevant. It's all relevant. Your roy moore war. You'll badly my battle. But you'll victories ain't mine either but you know what kills me when other parents try to judge other parents would they parenting when look man your day common cause we all get faced with a man what we were looking at our kids and going. What are you doing and you could try to tell them if you want to. But they think they know something and you and sometimes whether you want to or not you just gotta let them go. Let them go so they can see for myself. I'm still. I'm still between the seven new. I still have challenges from time to time. And the youngest one is twenty four twenty four. Yeah yeah it's just different now. You know the kids are different than when we were growing up. They're just different. You know we did that too. Yeah because we want to have a better life but that's the problem see. We gave our kids a life that we didn't have and we that the fact that they took advantage of it without sometimes the respect that came with it tidal good conversation. We'll continue somebody's tomorrow. Y'all have a great day. Talk to god. He loved to hear from you. Back
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"First of all start with. What would a my eulogy say. Well i'm such a control freak. That i'm sure it'd probably have swimming that already and ready to be read I needed to be a party. I need posters. I needed to be like you know you know. I needed to be nevada. I needed to be specific soundtrack. Plane i don't want just anyone speaking. Please please harry. Are you listening to not mom. Do not allow just anyone to get up there. Harry right now and i just wanted to be a celebration. I needed to be like a video. Montage background matter of fact somebody to sign onto my instagram and play all the funny clip. That's what i would want so this is on record in case all right so it makes it legally binding and i swear. If i don't get that whenever. I transitioned in this world. I'm going to be the first ghost and fucking history to come back in and bust a cap in your ass in the words and the deal next question. What part of the human face carlos. What part of the human faces your favorite. The moisture is part next question. Not next fashion. That's the one. I'm not gonna answer is i'm not relieve. Whatever with a self conscious is going on last last question. How would you sell hot chocolate in florida in.
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"one more thing" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"To human conversations anymore. It just wasn't up to the rate of Bali. They must hate going to the south. If you don't get to your point. Whoa Hey Jim. And that's a little scary thought. That was just a very strange. Kind of a conundrum sexy. By the time you finish this story there are times if you could click a button in have your opinions or your co workers. The guy next year in line who insists on talking to you if you could put them up to one and a half thousand if life was like a Dvr the way. I watch all all kinds of stuff. I'd skip ahead. I know what this is going to be. She walked into the rooms. There's something Nicole over there as APPs ahead. I must have missed something. Zach back catch the end of it. Okay tell you what they're at the DMV boy member site is is really acting up and then they look at you like you're gonNA take the Bait Zap thirty sixty ninety seconds Bingo. That's the way they've got. That's got to be the next technological leap forward. I can record real life somehow and skipped through the dull parts while that will be the time machine. They won't be able to have you back to save Lincoln at Ford's theatre and or meet. Jesus it'll be in thirty second increments and you can only do like five than the things got re buffer. That would be good enough thirty sixty ninety there we go and sometimes you'd WanNa go backward. Please oh yeah just finish a little love making that back to that again please. Yeah Yeah let me catch my breath. I don't know how that would work. Have consciousness of having watching pot at work That's the interesting thing about time machine. I mean why would your consciousness go back with your.
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"And GETTY DOT com. Armstrong and getty. This is the best of Armstrong and getty. So there was an interesting article. I saw right when I was traveling that they're going to get rid of pointy ears, dogs at the airport and replace them with floppy eared dogs. Oh, boy, because people keep getting gouged in the I of the pointy ears, actually makes sense to me. In particular I can't figure out if this is one of those kids that I. Too soft snowflakes. Things or if it just makes perfectly good sense, for whatever reason the way were designed pointy. Your dogs are frightening to us. They are scarier than sloppier copier. Dogs are not and the dogs are not there to scare people. They're there to sniff for drugs and stuff like that okay, and then just makes it a friendlier atmosphere particularly for kids. They're talking I wish they were there for belly scratches. Yeah, no kidding. I have no problem with the dog. Is there to sniff for bomb residue I? Don't need a scary looking. Point your dog. If you can have a floppy eared dove well, Jack is usually in these cases I just think. How do I feel because anybody who's like? More, hardcore than me is a hard ass and a tough guy, and they ought to mellow out. Anybody's softer than me. The snow is a snowflake or and welcome on and get. China. Exactly so that that rings true to me pointing your dogs or scarier yeah. That like a wolf thing like a weird I don't know that's good centuries, probably or hyenas or whatever I. Don't know that it needs to be ancient. Just because you know as you grow up, you get your German shepherd. You get your your rottweiler. Yeah Doberman Pinscher it could be, but I think it's deep. I think there's something. Deepen our break. Point here dogs, and maybe it is wolf. Vikings employed point year dogs to rape and pillage. I got more tangents on the airport. Little premature transitional. We're going to get to the Vikings. The bills still be dead the MARA PEOPLE WE'RE GONNA get to the outcast. We don't have to pay it off exactly. What do you want for nothing so when I got to the airport with my children's? Did this thing that had never happened to me before, and they did it in an overly brisk attitude, for whatever reason that they have to do with Ti, but like. I'm like I'm almost guilty of something right, I'm A. Year an inmate being taken to a new facility, you transfer quality. Run Afoul of things you over faster. Mega talking to me like that, but anyway. side-by-side lineup side-by-side Milwaukee shoulder to shoulder what shoulder to shoulder and I thought. What was there a terrorist threat? I haven't heard about or whatever, but anyway they had US walk from. The end of the security line like up to the little place where he show me your ticket. Side by side so I. Walked side by side with some woman, and then my son's walked side by side with them after they were told they could not yet now all right, and we'll on how we walked shoulder to shoulder, and then I thought I. don't even know what that was. But can travel all the time and I've never heard of that. Keep inventing new stuff that they're angry at you for not knowing in Atlanta I got another one of those, but so then when we got up there when we got up to the taking off your shoes party said you don't have to take off your shoes. You just got checked. I said by who the dogs. That's what that was okay. I don't know why everybody's yelling at me, but okay, so that was the walking side by side. The dogs were sniffing my feet while boy as a puppy. You're dreaming of being a Doug Drug sniffing dog bomb sniffing dog. End Up being a foot. SNIFFEN are come on. Can I take? Diedhiou flood funk the other ones right right. And you buckle down or you study or you'll be an ASS.
"one more thing" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"Is where the sturdier comes in Stir for, my shaken not. You. He's here to put everyone on blast. The Nice thing about him is that he cares a lot about fairness and maintains a perfectly calibrated BS detector, but has no respect for how long meetings are supposed to be. Wait a minute. everyone loves this dude during a powerpoint because he's virtually guaranteed to derail it by quibbling with item, three of twenty complain about how useless the beating was afterwards. Everybody in this room. That crap doesn't make sense. So why do you need to stir? I, think slightly somebody to say. The emperor isn't wearing new clothes. Okay, that makes are we sure what you're saying is true are we shared that graphic five shows trending sale? The loyal opposition as they say in Britain. This is pretty good, too, and I've worked in places that don't have this particularly when I was younger and it sucked. You need party animal. That's devoted to fun at work or afterwards you need. No, no, no, we need to stamp that out and I've I've been amazed as at places where they didn't have this and I'm not. This is not my personality. I'm not good at it. Be a need the. Better if it's a woman you need. The person says Thursday. Five o'clock drinks at wherever we're all doing it. You need that person that does that stuff. Happy Hour genetic ends. You want to be there superbowl party this Sunday at my house. That stuff is so valuable and I don't think management understands that at all. Nope, that role Oh my God the places that I worked that had the most cohesion, and we all felt like we're in it together, and you know you'd pick up slack for each other. All had a lot of that going on for thirty Friday. Every Friday case of beer conference room. Loved it super productive workplace man. Everybody just knocked it out of the park every single day. Who didn't hollered laugh? Every Friday and usually we go out after that and you're stupid. Current manager would. Have Sexual harassment and people will be driving drunk. All right now you know worked for like two hundred years fine well. I like better than anything's ever worked in history to one radio station. This is one of the top radio stations in Kansas. City at the time you WANNA. Four many was the hot radio station and it was regular like that on Friday in the afternoon. Beer would come out. That place made crazy money. beer would come out and people that have the. You may need that, but you don't have that anymore. And that's why work workers drudgery and you don't know the people you work with Sumi. Hate them, and then you can't wait until it's over, so you can just die seems like an ice stressors, or decompress, or almost kind of included in the work experience before I got into it where I I have to seek those things outside of the work boundaries right, but there I can absolutely understand the value of having just. Just those pressure release valves in that same building where the is built up right and the other thing is you realize? Wow, that guy's actually pretty cool right I. Like Him I. Really is maybe his job in mind. We butted heads a little bit, but he's a good dude, a good gal or whatever, and or maybe you realize you know like them, but the you know what. They're pretty good person kind of some of my favorite places at so many so many different. Jobs. I had where we're that sort of thing was going on is just freaking awesome. But it's gone away in the modern era with.
"one more thing" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"Water. And I can tell the difference blindfold me, Oh. You can tell the difference you can feel. Nice tap that is. If you're balloon, not craves Perrier can help you, so this guy who did my septic work came out, and he was the top guy, and I said how long you been in the business, super knowledgeable guy about this. So how long have you been in this business? He said I'm third generation and I said so your gear grandfather did that, and he said yeah, going way back in today my dad had a truck and he'd come out here and they load everything up on the truck, and they drive out in the field and spread it out on the field the human waste yellow lights. Yeah, that's right, and so they spread it out on the field. Tastes, a little odd sweetheart and he said you can't do that now. Yes, yes, that reminds me my grandmother's farm. They had like a trough out in the open. It would just go spitting out of a look at the garden hose into this trough, and it would just dry out in the out in the Sun I'll have to ask my dad what they did because said on the show. They didn't have indoor plumbing when he went off to college still. But anyway so, and he said you can't do that now and in my mind, I'm thinking I'll you do that? Because of the people think it's you know unsafe human waste stuff like that. No, it's because of all the soaps and detergents and stuff like that. That's why the state won't let you do that if it was just. Animal waste and humans are animal. That would still be okay. It's the it's all the stuff that were that that we use every single day. How interested in our dishwasher and washing dishes and all that sort of stuff? or on Nicole's Washer all that different kinds of stuff. That's the toxic stuff. I thought that was illuminating. What's Brown and sounds like a bell? Got A lot of growing up to I. think that. You're listening to the.
"one more thing" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"Eaters like Larry into the all you can eat buffet pricing model. They know that there's only a certain number of people like that Most people don't go in attempting to beat the buffet. I call those people week and sad victims. But you know if you get a family. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA get my money's worth. My wife will get halfway there. My kids aren't going to get a quarter of the way they're your family. Described in a microcosm describes the business plan of all you can eat your loss for every overeater. There's two average and one under eater and they can they can exist on that. There's usually a kid price at a buffet isn't there. I haven't been to a buffet very long time because I'm not a hog. Wow you've really come down hard on us. Buffet goers and I know you used to enjoy a buffet in the past. What here's you must be thinking of someone else. What was the super cheap buffet? We used to they closed down for roaches. Was it fresh choice? Something Choice People's choice. I think I can't remember but I down roaches. Yes I thought those were all nuts. Walnuts are moving. There's walnut ice cream. Well Not Pudding K. Walnut chicken. What do they get their walnuts here? They walk which is amazing. Walking walnuts ambulatory.
"one more thing" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"To hit psych eighty bucks But it was unbelievable. It was like the best of everything I've ever had in every category Italian steak seafood. Chinese Lao desserts along the very best of at the very best restaurants. You've ever gone to all in one spot at a buffet. A STAKE IN VEGAS SO PAYING. Eighty Bucks for meal is not that impressive. No I thought it was well worth it. But you know you take you you and your kids and stuff and I'm not sure. Eighty dollars worth of enjoyment. Now I don't or nor should you not let you go with your ridiculous understand the importance of beating the buffet. They go through a lot of How thin margin for the restaurant CETERA ET CETERA CETERA? I'm going to skip all that I like. I like waste reduction is a key focus of the restaurant because they're trying to win to it is it. Is it battle between you and them? Obviously they are trying to win. How do we make this profitable? When you'RE GONNA end up with a lot of waste you're GONNA end up with a lot of throwing away. Food and waste. Reduction is a huge part. They call some of this. Stuff trickled down specials buffets of always been a landing spot for food scraps trickle down specials. Day-old vegetables beef trimmings things that can be re purposed into Super Hash. Oh boy on the buffet. Nice try to save themselves some money stuff. They trim off of a steak. Is there for you and your beef? Stroganoff by nature buffets attract the very customer call account masturbating field out. I don't WanNa know y'all ready. Got The punch. Listen to the PODCAST. By nature buffets attract the very customers that they wished to avoid big eaters with insatiable appetites. Buffet seek to fill the customers belly as cheaply as quickly as quickly as possible. That's where you're not gonNA fool me down. So the employees. A number of research backed tricks to get people to eat less food. They put the cheap filling stuff at the front of the buffet line. That is an amateurs mistake. Yano it took me up on roles and stuff you idiot rookie. Seventy five percent of buffet customers select whatever food is in the first trae seventy five percent out of the first trae sixty percent of all the food they consume comes from the first three trace. I almost by reflex walk by the first three trade. I it took me a while to figure this out but once I have it's become practically religious for me. You do a walk through I You'll check out everything I they use. Smaller plates smaller plates reduce. The amount of food consumed obviously more trips. And if you're walking to the buffet table you stick to one plate right. Come on the hand one balanced on the phone one of my head one of my shoulders. I'm linking the seventies variety show. They use. I didn't know this the all that I knew this. I didn't know they use than average serving spoons for things like potatoes to fill you up and smaller than average tongues for the meets. Aw you'll get like a snow shovel for your potatoes tweezers for any sort of brief once. They frequently refill water and use extra large glasses boy. Now but the mentioned that I do remember the buffets. They've always got the giant trash can of water. Therefore you trying to fill you up. Don't fall for that again. I'm eating dry. No BEVERAGE EVEN HIGH END BUFFETS. It says here like the ninety eight dollars. Brunch at the hotel door Coronado in San Diego which is not eaten. Have you eaten? Met Anson Fabulous Hotel eight dollar brunch. They hide the truffles. The fog gras and the oysters. You literally can't find so they're listed and you know they're there but why are they? I guess I'll eat another role while I'm looking for my wasters where hails travel? Where's the law I am? You know? They're stacked pancakes for truffles. But what happens when a customer ignores these tricks devours a Godzilla sized portion of food? Is it possible to out? Eat The all you can eat buffet. Of course it is. It's got to be right where there's it will So they go through a scenario here. Let's imagine that Larry. Two Hundred Eighty Pound Defensive Lineman decides stop by his local all. You can eat buffet after a big game. Hello Larry Larry pays his twenty dollars in proceeds to eat five servings of steak and chicken far more than the average customer. That's a lot. The cost of this food to the buffet amounts to about sixteen ninety. That means that after factoring in other expenses Larry's handed the restaurant a loss of eight dollars and fifty cents luckily eaters like Larry into the all you can eat buffet pricing model. They know that there's only a certain number of people like that Most.