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The. This is not intended to be in the show, but if we if it gets interesting and so be it for the apple vent. And I believe when I released my latest Casey on cars video, I popped open tweet deck on the web. Some not believe there is there is a native version, but I just use the web app and even tweet deck on the web was not a particularly enjoyable experience. I've been using the official website out more. And is okay. Honestly, at this point comite kit in if this point they implement at time, I'm sinking. I'd probably just use the official APs. Yeah. Yeah, because now they've now you can choose your algorithm setting, right? So like you make it all logical and none of that. Like what did somebody somebody like? 'cause the combination of the way that other really liked the way shows notifications a notices, like the worst thing in the while. I'm so sorry, I love the. I have a specific type of our fide. Yeah, because most of my friends of our fight and yeah, like the people that like I wish and hope we'll faith. My tweets are verified. Casella is right. So I so like basically if they implement at Tomlinson can is point. I'd probably just just move over. Yeah, you know, it's, I'm glad you said it because I was not brave enough, but I in order to get the dopamine hit that the activity tab on tweets out used to give you. So if you didn't use tweet body would show you like if memory serves it would show you all of your recent tweets that had any, you know what the San Franciscans would call engage. But what I would call activity and and it would show you, you know how many likes you had many retweets. You had nice little graphs and it would show you basically how much you're loved or not. Hint in order to get that dopamine hit. I have turned to the official Twitter app to the like notification activity, whatever it is tab in that, and I gotta tell you, I came to the exact same conclusion. You did that. I like having it for everyone, but that verified tabs real nice because that lets me see of the people that I know. I shouldn't say it's the only only. Most of the people. That's that's exactly what I'm trying to say. Thank you. It's not that everyone I know is very far everyone I respect his verified, but an overwhelming amount of the peop- of people that I know in respect are verified. And so when I look through that verified tab in, it's usually a ghost town if I'm honest. But if I look through it at least it'll tell me like, okay, you know, Marco like this and Mike like that and John like the southern thing and, and John voorhees like this thing and so on and so forth. And so that is a real nice way to figure out if your, if what you're saying landing with anyone that that will not. Again, I don't mean it to make it sound exclusive, but you get the point I'm driving at. Yeah. I, I will say since we've since we've now engaged with Twitter on this and this was not part of the plan, I have not been paying near as much attention to Twitter's I used to, and now I wish I could tell you that was a deliberate act, but really isn't. And I think I've spoken about this several times in the past, but I have a list that is private. That's my can't miss list. And so you're on the air and now the host of ATP. ATP are on there and a bunch of other people. I would say it's less than fifty users that are on this list, and I keep up religiously with that list. But that list gets probably a tenth as many tweets as my time line gets in a day. So it's not that particularly egregious to keep up with that list. Even if I don't look at Twitter all day long. At the end of the day, I can look at that list. They'll be like one hundred tweets, whereas my time line, if I don't keep up all day long, I have like hundreds of tweets that I need to catch up on. And I found that I almost never look at my time line anymore, and I only ever look at this list and mentions, of course, like I keep up with my mentions and I keep up with my can't miss list. And that's like it almost never would say, no, you know will the logic is right. Like you know the logic of this situation. No. Tell me more read that. You shouldn't follow everyone. Oh, oh, yes. Yes. Yes, absolutely. Absolutely. True. Yeah, and I'm not telling you to do it because it's just not. You just can't live in society and do that stuff. That's what it's telling you're absolutely correct. I cannot stress enough how correct you are. I one hundred percent one hundred fifty percent agree with you, but for social pressures for other reasons. I don't watch him be on that. I do like it's something I don't like my timeline. It's just that I find it's way too much noise and not enough signal if you know what I mean and and you're right that on following would help that. But I do like being able to flip to my time line every once in a while, like once every two or three days and of basically just declare bankruptcy and then start scrolling down, you know, go backwards in time until I get bored, which is like twenty thirty forty tweets. So have you been seeing similar behaviour? I might. We don't need to jump ahead to something that I know is in the show notes later, but with specifically with regard to Twitter, do you see yourself also kind of quietly divorcing yourself from Twitter? No, I hoped it was going to be the case, right? Because like I've tried a few things and again, it's like going to these conversations. I'm not making this big like leaving the one I have. I want to scale back. Possibly, but I can't an haven't. I've tried to like find different ways to make it what for me, like a Musar assess again. Right? Yeah. And I'm put the RSS in place of the Twitter up on my phone and move terrific to like way of apps used to be, but that hasn't changed anything and I'm using the ourselves and as good, but then there are bunch of websites I really like and his inflammation. I really want that. Don't have our assess fees anymore. Looking at you bloom bug unlike the Wall Street Journal write. So as another thing I've been thinking like, okay, some of these websites that like I use professionally site Bloomberg will she John Wyatt like they have these big articles that I quote a lot. I thought maybe it's time that I should stop paying them this. All it is websites. You know, they have like you get your x amount articles free, then you gotta pay. So like a sign up for the Wall Street Journal. Right? Because Wall Street Journal, like all the tech soft there is really good and they do. Big scoops and stuff like that. So I signed up and then that sat now I'm now paying for the Wall Street Journal and I was hoping that it was going to give me assess feeds and it doesn't really. I mean they have a broad tack one, but I also want like business and media won't, but that doesn't exist. They have a category on their website cold like business media marketing, but they don't have our associates for sedan. I would have to like down the aperture. I don't wanna do not the point of this. So then I do the same for Bloomberg. Right? Because I really liked bloom books, tech coverage. They get good scoops. Right. So I figured out stop paying for them, but they don't offer our assist feeds either. Like just at old even wasn't altri gentle, come on like why is this so hard? But this is the thing so now I'm like, maybe I don't even do that. Maybe like now I'm thinking like, should I use apple news? I don't know. Like I feel like I can't we out enough right where I can just see what I wanna. See, at least that wasn't the case before it might be the case now, but like I don't wanna see stuff about Trump just don't wanna see. And every time I've ever opened apple news, I always get it doesn't seem to matter what I do. Maybe I've changed it in twelve on c. I haven't even played around glanced devices, but I might because I don't know. I'm just trying to find different just different things. I just purely because this is thing I've ment a. We've been talking about for a long time like social meteors changed a lot and like the general mood of people is very different. The right agree. And that makes these places less fun to be. So it makes me enjoy them less. So any excuse to try may be changed that I'm, I'm thinking I'll take, but I'm not really not really doing some all honesty. This is just the big thing for me to say. I haven't changed anything no matter what my brain is still omitted. Yeah. And you know this. Me backing away from Twitter a bit. That was not a deliberate choice. I want to tell you. Oh yes, of course. Twitter is terrible, and I've made this deliver choice and I've taken action to divorce myself from Twitter put. No, not at all. It's just so happened that have been very busy that I've been paying attention a little bit less, but I will tell you, but I think what's kept me sticking with this decreased emphasis on Twitter is that I've been happier because I'm not paying attention all the Trump news and all of that stuff. And and so because of that, I think I'm more likely to stick with it. But what I'm trying to say in a roundabout way is that I backed into this like any of the times except that one time that you basically forced me and I'm glad you did to stay off Twitter for a week. Other than that, every other time I've been, I've been very high and mighty, oh, I'm stepping back from Twitter. Twitter is a susp wall, and inevitably I just come crawling back within minutes and this time I get, I'm not a hundred percent divorce from Twitter. By any means, but I am. I am certainly changing my relationship with it, and and I think thing is like I don't feel the people that I follow. Like I want foam on read what doing wanna get the information. But like what I'm trying to do is the some of the many Hughes's I have Twitter, can I move those to place? Yeah. I do feel like it's important for me to get news, right? I have to get to take in news so I can think about it. And so I had things talk about my shows. So I was okay if I try RSS I can follow all of the accounts. I get news for on Twitter and then maybe check it in different ways that just hasn't happened because some of the most important sources for me, I can't get an are assess. So it's like I don't wanna have five different independent apps of all of these different. This is dumb. So that's why I'm, I mean, I dunno, we're gonna talk about just some changes in social mated. I'm looking at anyway, and the reason I'm thinking of those is partly because of this stuff. Right? If like, can I get what I want at in other places that doesn't come with all the baggage that comes with now, which is mostly like is much stuff. You don't wanna see, there's nothing you can do to get rid of. And the reason you don't wanna see it. It's not like that staying. You'll lane type thing right? Where people like, oh, you shouldn't between about. It's just because I don't wanna have to feel sad or anxious about things completely out of my control and put when you give people an open box type stuff in Negga type how they're feeling. And they might be sad and anxious. That doesn't help them. It doesn't help you, right. But this is how we are as humans keep, give us this blank space to say what with feeling will say, it will share it. No matter whether it helps anyone on not. And because we're again, just old humans will just keep reading it until there's nothing left. So Heo yoga, I, I've missed just one day. I've been doing yoga now for like five weeks or something four or five weeks. I missed one day. I'm annoyed at myself that I missed one day, but it was because I was out all day and had some alcohol and decided. Like probably wasn't a good thing to do, but I think that missing just one day out-voted these days has been pretty good. I'm proud of myself. I'm doing well. I'm noticing some increases in flexibility. Good. I haven't taken the pictures that you told me to take. Yeah, I can still do it. My flexibility has an improved to the point where I feel like I seen a big difference anyway, but I will endeavour to do that because it is a good idea. But I, I know I'm learning my poses. I know what they are now like, I think is doing pretty well. That's awesome in, I'd like to point the listeners to believe it was on cortex, see that it was you and gray that spoke about this for not an insignificant amount of time. Is that correct? That is correct. Okay. Yeah. Because when Mike and I talked about it, I, I don't know what my problem was, but I just don't think I had my brain around the idea properly, and I was not doing a good job of engaging in the conversation with Mike. So my apologies to you Mike into the listeners, but gray did a much better. Of kind of poking at you in the happy way in kind of exploring this. So I encourage you to listen cortex is actually very, very good show. But beyond that, that particular segment is also very good. So check that out. What do you recall what episode number that was offhand? It was the most recent episode. Recording his number seventy full. So check that out in the show notes, it is a very good conversation about the yoga, but no, I, I'm, I'm hopeful that you do get a chance to take pictures. If you recall. One of the small contributions to maybe the only contribution may hit last time was to say, you should, you know, bend over and try to touch your toes or something along those lines and take a picture of yourself today and then take picture of yourself in six months if you stick with it and and see if you know you can see a difference because in theory, you should very clearly be able to see a difference. You know, it's different. It's possibly different than say, losing weight or gaining muscle where it's a little more subtle. I mean, the the picture could theoretically show like how far away are you from your toes? And maybe today you're six inches away. And in six months you'll be touching your toes, and that's a pretty obvious change, you know. So you didn't do your homework and that's okay because we're about to talk about how I didn't do mine, but I'm glad you're sticking with it. I have been doing better with my running for a long time. I, I'd I was very. Distant. And then when I quit my job, I became very inconsistent and I actually blew off the smart which is normally a running day. But generally speaking over the last couple of weeks, I've been doing much much better with my consistency with my exercise. So it only took us how long have been doing this show for years. It only takes four years, but we're finally starting to actually pretend like we're healthy, which is a good step can provide some real time follow up from TJ and the chat room. It is possible with some are are assess services. They mentioned feed been, but I use on Arita. I n o our AD ah, to subscribe to Twitter accounts in them. Interests. So you could like throw a Twitter account in which is an interesting thing to do. I don't know if that would be Altima lately, a good thing because I feel like a lotta Twitter accounts just just would give you a formation. You don't really want, but it's an interesting idea, at least so something I might try. That is good idea. So Mike, I also did not do my homework and I think mine is more grievous. We've been talking for the last couple of episodes about time tracking and you're gonna do this well, but but there there's a silver lining, but, but we we'll get to that in a minute. I did shoot. I don't remember what it was, but it was. I think I told you I wanted to do it for a week which was supposed to be last week and I didn't do it. However, I think it was either Friday or yesterday. One of those days, it's all a blur. Now I did sign up for a toggle accounts. He'll GTL and I. I want to say was Friday, and I started casually track king my time, but yesterday and today I have been doing a better job of it. Now that means that I still have affectively not on my homework because we don't. I don't have enough feedback about this to really talk about it, but there are some things that I wanted to briefly bring up as a result of our conversations about this. Both you and me and in the relay slack I still don't. I'm still not one hundred percent body in by any stretch of the imagination on what you Tilleke this really has. And before you respond, the reason I say that is because I already know that from a strictly fiscal perspective, looking only at the money earned based on the time spending. I'm spending my time whole Larry poorly because I've been spending an Overman overabundance of my time on Casey on cars, which makes me almost no money in, and we'll have some Paul about that in a second, but that is not a wise way to spend my time. And I don't feel like I need time tracking. Tell me that however, and I'm gonna give you the chance talking just a second. I swear. I am starting to come around slowly to the idea of. It seems that most of my peers want me to know whether or not I'm spending my time while from financial perspective, but what you originally said to me, but I think I've lost sight of is that it's still useful to know how I'm spending my time just in general. Like I think I'm spending all of my time on Casey on cars, but maybe I'm not maybe I'm spending only a third of my time. I making that up onto on Casey on cars, and even if I am spending all my time in Casey on cars then that's okay. Maybe because maybe it's just an investment in the future and to round this out before I give you a chance to talk, I am happy to report that YouTube owes me. Are you ready? Mike? Are you sitting down about twenty bucks? I am rich, expecting mall. No, not really. Now I knew it was going to be pennies, but to be honest, I'm, I'm actually as much as I snuck in joke. I feel okay with that like twenty bucks dollars is is fine. That's what I mean like that's great. Yeah. If you numbers are pretty good like the I was looking at this the other day, like the coal fall video hit twenty seven thousand pews. That tells me talk by them somewhere. I think you're right. I think you're right, especially based on the comments. Concede that right? Like in the Pacific Toshio where people came from, oh, and it will tell you if it came from like suggested and stuff like that is stuff you need to start again into the. I definitely do. It can tell you where they where where did you use come from out to altered again that like you said, but to go back to time tracking. I feel like I have given you probably thirty four different talking points in precisely zero opportunities to talk about them. So maybe you don't have anything to say, but if you would like to beat me up, then then please feel free to do. So. Yeah, you focusing on the wrong on the wrong thing. Tell me more. I originally told you was what you need to do is do this time tracking. So you understand why your time's going deer. That was my original recommendation. So you because you were saying, I'm doing all of this spending time doing this doing enough of this, like you actually don't know that because your brain is really, really bad estimate in time, like the way it is like as mentioned before is because like. You feel like you're working on it because you thinking about it, but those two things are actually not the same. So my original recommendation to you is tracking your time seat, understand how you spending time and then later wrong, what that out too. A personal retirement investment, but you focused far too much on the money pot, which is not the point of this, the plant of this is so you can understand good obad way your time is going setting. You can adjust your expectations Cordingley because if because basically look, if you walk out that your working hours five hours a week or whatever, and thirty of those on Casey on cause of five or ATP the that's information that you get an inflammation you should act on because that's that's not how it should be right. Like in even if you're trying to grow thing like fischel. That's great, but maybe Elvis stuff that you could do fear of or existing projects that do make you money. That might be a little more beneficial like some nice to have. Right? Like things that would be great if they would on, but nobody's done them will then make sure she's up picking those things up. If it turns out that you're actually spending eighty percent of your working time on something that's not actually making any money like you can still do that, but maybe you should pick up though, maybe just slightly that that's my recommendation to you for the time tracking. So you can actually understand what you're doing because I reckon you loans stuff, but to do that, you've got a good set of reliable data in now. Yeah, and I'm working on it. And I will say that as I said, last episode, I think it was that what was the original one you recommended are very forgotten. The original time track, timing, timing. I completely concur with that recommendation. I think it was the best recommendation. Given the information I gave you. However, toggle is much closer to what I think I want the web app is fine. The IOS app is pretty decent if not good. And so I am already happy about happier with that than I ever was with timing. So I apologize to you for not doing a good enough job of my home. This is for you. This this isn't for me is for you. You can choose to do this on in. That's fine. But I'm telling you, you know, even so someone like Steven, he'd heights time tracking, but he learned some valuable stuff when he did it, and then he stopped doing it at least on something. And that's why wouldn't you do I want you to get a good day to set of what is an average couple of weeks or whatever for you, and then you can look that like my I have. Years now of data. Right. I have all of last year, which is a full year and I have this. You like is incredible information to have my fingertips. Like right now I'm looking in the national blood and I can see that. For example, lush year I spent twenty five percent of my working time recording shows. Fifty percent of my time editing shows that was like one of the biggest hugest differences that I found while one of the one of the biggest learnings I had last year and I was like, well, that doesn't feel right. I don't wanna do that. Like I don't want to be editing not much. So I've made some changes move some stuff around this year. It's been thirty, seven percent recording, twenty percent editing. So I've made huge differences. And that's coming from bunch of different areas. It's like increasing some stuff that wasn't there before doing some things that new and also reducing the amount of editing the I do and will finding ways to make my editing responsibilities momento. So this is the type of stuff that somebody can walk away with. Right? Like this is a thing that you could potentially do if you wanted to not have to go this in-depth with it. But I have found it to be a very, very useful thing to know and to be able to build from into Lun about myself. So that's why I do it. And you know it's up to you if you want to. If you want to go any further. Yeah, yeah, I think I think I'm reinvesting now now that I've found toggle and it seems to be working better for me. Okay. All right. Today's show is brought to you by. I'll friends my very good friend. 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I forget exactly how long it was, but this year I have bought no treats there are, there are no treats in my life, no nutrients in my life. Well, accepting my car, of course, but there are there are no nutrients in my life, and I am proud of myself because I really want a new watch real bad and to be. I will probably cave and get one sooner rather than later. However, sitting here today as we record this, I have nothing on order and I have received no nutrients since this time. Last year. I mean, it's great restraint. 'cause you even gonna put one on your wrist. Yeah, but it was very quickly and very briefly, and I knew I was still like when I put one on my wrist, if they had that gold in stock the gold steel and install can the stool. I would a bolt on thing immediately phone love of it, but you don't like fancy while I'll let me rephrase you, like fans. Well. That watches the most fancy. Right? So I think that was wild liked it so much. But no, I did. I did really like it. I thought it was a very nice watch. It was like the first time I've ever seen an apple watch and thought like you're very attractive watch right, as opposed to just like, let me pick the one. I liked the most of these accents, but and then you know, you've got the iphone, which is a spin, it's great like his better than, yeah, it was going to spend the general consensus ofa. In fact, I need to interrupt you here. I was doing something unusual this morning. I had a breakfast meeting with a friend of mine, and so I was driving a little bit more than I usually do when I was listening to upgrade. I got a bone to pick with you too, because you're making me really hate myself for not buying a new phone because you talk. I just finished. As I pulled into the driveway finished hearing you talk about how great the camera is and how you don't have to think about the pictures you take and and everything you said made perfect sense. Kind of annoyed because kinda want the camera, kinda don't wanna spend thousand dollars to do it. It's you're selling me real well on this new phone that I really don't wanna have to spend the money on. It's like every Big Apple announcement or event has this, like subplot is like a b. to the things that we talk about off the woods and the be PLA of this one is becoming the fact that apple kind of did not great job of explaining why the tennis is better than the ten. I could not agree more a seems like for whatever reason they attempted to communicate to the camera was better. But the people that have been doing their likes everybody off to, it's been doing a better job of that, like drunker review does have been a bunch of YouTube stuff that I've seen, and I've attempted to try and explain it and show it in the in the shows that I've been doing because the camera on this thing. It's a massive difference, massive in a bunch of really key ways. Right? Like the color's more interesting and again, it's wherever it's less real. I don't know, but like it's more pleasing. They've done something very strange the front facing camera, which I'm unsure about. But like it seems to be doing some smoothing of faces, which is like clear. Do you want that? I don't know. It's not real, but I think is what most people want because it makes yourself as look better right this something going on with the smile, HDR, whatever, where like faces and with selfie chemists seem a little bit smoother. And I don't know if this is an intention or a bug, but like it's a thing that had doing and then all that crazy stuff that Jason was talking about with the way that it does. Video is wild. This is just a lot of stuff going on and. I think that it is. I think it's I think is I'm excited by like, I think it's great. I'm really pleased the I have this. Great. Divisive able for me now. Like I'm really excited about it. Yeah. And so I don't know if I'm gonna get a phone sitting here now. I really and truly think I am not. I think I'm gonna wait for next year because I want one, but I don't think that now is the time for me to be buying eighth fifteen hundred thousand dollar whatever it is phone and I don't unlike you as much as I poke fun at you. I wasn't. I have no particular interest in sizing up sizing, but really the only place to go from me up, but you know what I mean like for you. I think it makes perfect sense. Irrespective of everything else because you wanted to be a big phone. You wanted to big boy and an I love it. Yeah, I again as much like if you hard time about this and we spoke about this privately. I am genuinely happy that you are as happy as you are with it because I will forever and always give you grief about it, but I'm pleased that that you are so in so in love with this thing. But the watch that to me is a big difference from what I have. I have a series three cellular, and that is in the. New watches, very new and very different. And so I think there's going to come a time probably in the next month or so that I will purchase myself a watch. But sitting here now I'm going to try very hard to last with regard to the phone and we'll see how good a job I do, but it's interesting. And you've so this to me more than once is this me doing my job? Right? And I don't know. I can make an argument that it isn't that because of ATP and because of to some small degree analog, I should be getting the latest and greatest always. But in this particular case, I don't feel like the differences are enough that I need to. Plus my dad just bought a tennis. I have not seen it yet. He literally just bought it yesterday after he visited us, but I'll get a little bit of time with his Marco, of course, got himself treats. John is on a two year plan, but this was his year so they both will or do have phones. We're gonna talk about that as we record this show. We'll talk about that tomorrow. Night, but I think it's okay for me to. This year on the phone on the watch, maybe maybe not, but but it you can make. You can make a decent argument that I'm that a dereliction of duty for me, not buying them. I don't know why don't you tell Aaron that and we'll see how it lands. I mean the fact that you'll coz have them as well have the stuff shows probably okay. But like you know, I've said this last episode. I really, I just really do believe that it's more interesting to talk about the fact that you do have it then to, hey, you talk about why you don't. Yeah, yeah. After I spent twenty minutes just talking about that, but yes, I'm with you, but like this is different because I think it's more because this is a show more interesting. Talk about that like the decisions of the feature short. Totally because like you are going to be for the next year, right? Anything that comes up about these devices. You'll milk gonna be in the know and I don't know. Like, I think there's an issue. The it's why like if didn't one you watch? I probably still would have won. You know, it's the same reason. I always try and keep a relatively new Android phone hand just so I can be informed. I'm not saying I'm right. It's just like the way the I always feel about the size. It's interesting to me that you didn't buy anything. I hope that you at least by a watch because it's clearly something you want and use anyway, and I think it would be interesting to talk about it. But yeah, I dunno, I wait and see how ATP sounds, I guess we'll say by gotta tell you, Mike, there's a, there's a totally different kind of treat I really want, but it's about actually, it's more money. It turns out it's the same money. I really wanna drone. Why did you want to drone for my for my car videos, man, like, see the thing is reason just won't one because you can just won't one both. It's both. I do just want one, but I. Already one on. What's the DJ I won the thousand dollars. One does does like five of them maverick pro. Why did you want the maverick pro? Seems like I don't know you. You tell me what I should buy. It seems like it's the middle of the road where it's it's enough good features like that. That would be enough for what I want to do with it while not breaking the Bank. But you tell me what should I get? Well. I think you'd probably be fine with like the maverick to all the maverick air. 'cause the pro really it's about like the quality of the camera and basically you end up in a situation way. Your drones camera will be significantly better than any camera shoot for the rest of your video point point. So like I mean, it kind kinda depends like how you want to go. I recommend I would recommend the the maverick to the maverick. EFI you the maverick air is is like this miniscule tiny thing, which is wild, which she might get a lot of fun out of because it's so small, probably easier to fly or whatever. So there's a couple of things if you're gonna get drone, get a DJ I because the drone business is DJ. I now of lost couple of years. I, I find DJ is so fascinating company because I call recall any company that is owned an industry like Dione the. Grown industry? No. True of only amateur level, or is this true of like true professional level Jones as they make professional level drowns? Yeah, but they own that market like they do that consumer stuff depends. I mean, like you can get there. There are companies that make incredibly custom stuff. Sure. But like my understanding is the the inspire line of drums which the is the pro line kind of owns that world as well. Like if you'll buying drone from company a mass bridges company, they also make something called mature as well, which is even more insane you buy from DJ. I of a wise. You go to a drone mak- and have something custom built. That's my understanding, but nevertheless, like they completely own this and people try and compete with them and eventually just fail, right? Like commit, you go pro, you know, like the gopro ended up canning their entire project because they had some problems, but. On that night announced that DJ. I run laps around them twice again, but for the ship thing. So you know, basically a drone for you would be useful as well as it is fun for me just like a low toy. Like if I got one and I have a drone which is pretty good that Dana Bowman, I've only ever taken few times that don't really know where to take it. And as much as I wanna DJ I, I haven't bought one because I'm never going to use it. But you would actually use it? I think I think could Drome what Adalah to yovany owes when it grieves in like being interesting, but it takes some time for you to learn how to fly thing. I mean, I would say if you're not going to buy an iphone, spend the money on by journalists that that's interesting way of looking at it. Yeah. I mean when it comes to basically what I want is something that is good enough, easy enough to fly and preferably can track a car without a whole lot of about point three point one and two. One of the DJ I- ones claims that it'll track up to like they already miles an hour or some will do tracking some description. They kinda truck him. I don't know if they'll truck like a cau-. I think they will. I think they will. But the other thing that you can do is like there can be two people in the call like people. I'm gonna see that you could have somebody driving and you could be flying behind like. Like. I think it would add a law especially to some of the shots that you attempt to do with Hans way. You'll like walking down the side of the cau-. Oh, totally. Like Joran could do that much nicer than you could a hundred percent, especially with the auto flying stuff that they have as well. And you got a lot of really interesting shots with a drums. I don't know. I think that it's wealth looking into. I think you should do some research into the maverick line because as it's like a whole line of products now with like the maverick to the maverick pro and the maverick at like, I would recommend that you look into that and then and then maybe what you wanna go. I don't know if you need the pro. Yeah, I think I'm spoken. I said that earlier. I think I was thinking of the air, but either way I, I don't know. I really want one, but the thing of it is that I want one for fun, but I know I would never take it out kind of like what you were describing just for funsies, but I do think I could use it for my work, my work that is making hundred. So so. So I I don't know. I'm not sure what I'll do. Doug Beal made a really great point in the chat which I have looked into and Doug said, can you rent drones like rent lenses? Yes, you can, but they're extremely expensive to rent. It's like two hundred or three hundred dollars to rent a drone for a week. So without point like yet two hundred to three hundred dollars as a lot less than eight hundred two thousand. But I mean at that point, I'd rather spend the hundred thousand and have something to show for like it and do it like three times you could bilan exactly. So it's a great question. But at that point I would just buy one and we'll see what happens. I don't know. I definitely want one. I'm I have a friend that has some DJ I might be the air. What I really need to do is just meet up with him and give it a shot and see what it's do. The make sure that the one that you buy comes control. Yes. Yeah, I don't wanna do the iphone is dance. Yeah. I see that a lot like got get the control. I think that this would be a very good investment for you like. Thing about YouTube is like, yeah, anyone can do it with any camera. Totally understand that. But when you get something point, you have to kind of blow people away or production valley's if you want to grow. Like because the point is like that idea of anyone of a camera can do it and get an audience your at that stage like you are at the I have the audience stage because you have five thousand subscribers and you're getting twenty thousand views videos like your at the point now where I think you need to go another step further because but just typically people don't get that quickly, right? Like you're in this kind of wit place. 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You're getting all of them grants making you jealous on stunned, I genuinely by the way, I makes me jealous because I want to be a cooler kid on Instagram and right. I don't think my life is interesting enough to be a cool kid on Instagram and I, I am jealous that you are either creating or observing an intaking note of ways in which your life is interesting and exploiting the word. I mean, because that has a negative connotation, but like leveraging maybe is a better word looking for leveraging them in order to make your Instagram, at least your stories, frequent and interesting. You know, you can be frequent and boring or you can be infrequent interesting, which hopefully is what I am, but you've been both frequent. Interesting. I'm jealous. So tell me what's going on there. I decided I wanted to use Instagram more like I am a ferocious Gleich consumer of Instagram have been like, check multiple times a day, love it, like it's my happy social networks about this on the show before. Like I love things. I see there. I love the visuals that I got love that. Like it's a very different type of thing. I follow than what I follow on Twitter. Like I love is really great, and I thought to myself like, why don't I try participate in more and for a couple of reasons one because I do like to share stuff with people. Right? Like it's what I do for a living. Hell I like to shabby fulsome, feelings and things. I'm seeing things I'm doing like just as Paul, the world that we live in now, and then the other is like all going back to other on in the discussion. Wouldn't. It might be an interesting way to make me think about where I'm using my social at what time, maybe less Twitter, more more Instagram. So that's kind of thing I've been doing. I like to share visual stuff. It falls and also the creativity required for Instagram is higher than than Twitter, which is a nice challenge. Like it's it's much more difficult to. Show something visually than just some pithy quip onto them right. So I like I've been enjoying that. There are things that I'm struggling with things find difficult. The feedback mechanism is super clunky, fa- Instagram, which is making me wonder if I should even be focusing on it. But I'm so used to like putting something out into the world and then getting responses to like everything else. I do the, I show people, I get responses to it, and then I respond to the responses like it's a a conversation, you know, that's kind of how Twitter works and Email and stuff like that. But Instagram almost kind of like tries to not be that, like feels like by decision. You know, like you people send me messages to my stories and they show up like in my messages thing in like a secondary tab called other from basically messages from people. I don't know. And like. To respond to them. I then have to allow them to give them the ability to send me messages all the time. Yeah, this bothers me too, but this is the thing is like, should it bother me like, should I just not be doing? And what I'm trying to do is like not really respond very much like I see all the stuff that people say it's me, but I don't respond very much in this. I feel like it's genuinely worth it for both parties to give some kind of response because that feels like Instagram once. So I'm wondering like odd people used to that. Do they just say things for the sake of it, like just the throwing out there, like I know I do that with some people that I follow like an might just this even to my friends. I just like my reply to just like throw something in the comment box and just leave that. So like I'm wondering, do I just turn that off. Turn that off. You can stop people from commenting on your stories with. I want like I haven't what that out yet, like how I want to deal with that pot like the comments, stuff on posts, what's great and like, but this is another. A problem. I'm having a not posting very much to my actual Instagram feed it just old stories. And this is because my life has kind of pushed me into the Instagram, perfection, Rome over the last year because this is one of the things that I love about Instagram and Instagram's stories. Why think Instagram stories has taken off and crushed sent chat is because you've got the now. Instagram is all imagery right? Because your Instagram feed, like general feed, that's way your post like the most is you can post the most perfect pictures the most state stuff like these are the things I care about. And then stories is everything else like the junk. The silly stuff. The hilarious thing is you've seen like it can you know in you can hang kind of the split of like, here is my perfect life in Harry's my real life. You know, like I think that a lot of. We'll see that way and I've and I've definitely seen that way in the past. And now the problem is like WBZ was big and crazy, and then I got married and went on my honeymoon. And then we had like a full members and I've been post in these like these these like really nice and in some cases professionally taken photos. So I'm struggling to break away from it because that's what I want to a one post to my actual feed more. But like I can't walk out what and I I know I just need to like push through that, but that that's kind of like my own little hang up right now, but I'm not kind of going gung ho on it because I'm trying to get used to fussed thinking about posting to my Instagram stories more and I'm getting better at it. I'm finding like general stuff like I cook a lot like, I don't know if this is the thing that people know about me like I cook and I'm when I cook something. I rely come proud of it and I've been sharing. Like that to my Instagram stories as well. Like when I could nice looking meal because like, you know, get you a man who can do both. Right? And. Show. I like to cook, could do this. So you know, I like to post stuff like that every now and then. So I'm trying then these are like I'm trying to use Instagram for stuff like that. Like these things you probably didn't know about me. I have no problem in Sharon, but just was the point in taking a picture of my food and putting on Twitter like that that that doesn't. That's never really like cold to me in that way. But like Instagram is perfect for stuff like that. So I'm just unlike, you know, there's been a couple of things going on recently. Recyc-. Okay. Like I make concerted efforts. So there's a on my Instagram stories. You can do highlights you have a thing, and you can see one there at school keynote day where I decided over like a twelve hour period or whatever. The I would kind of catalog what it is like to fa- me on apple Keno day. And so I showed the entire day and that was really good, and I enjoyed that. And then on my thing, I gotta stop you right there because I, you've done this thing a to me recently where you've come up with an idea that as with things that apple does are so obvious in retrospect, but you come up with it first and then I get deeply annoyed that I wasn't the one who thought of it. And this is one of those instances like ask upgrade is another great example, but which which of course ATP totally aped. But this was really, really well done your your day in the life of Mike specifically around keynote day. And that's the thing is like a day in the life of Casey is definitely not interesting, and I would even go so far as to say, if I may be so bold that day in the life of Mike is maybe not that interesting, not typically is not not, which is why I gave up lugging, but a day in the life of Mike on keynote day. That's a whole different animal. And so again, in in retrospect, it's so obvious that of course, you would do this, but died in. Think of it and you didn't think of it until this year. So I am. I am annoyed and impressed that that is what you did, and it is very good. You should check it out. And I also did a lot on the iphone day and I didn't have a highlight of that, but I'm now creating one. So. So like I basically, I don't know, like I spent the entire day cataloging what I was doing and the things I was learning and on boxing stuff and things like that. So I'm trying to find like these big things to do and then little things to do at the same time. And it's kind of also it is kind of filling the. The flogging side of my life. I, the reason I tried that and the reason I enjoyed that this is kind of doing some of that without all of the pressure that comes with flogging. So I'm enjoying myself with at right now, and I'm trying to keep it up and. I've gone a lot of new follows because of it, which is nice, which tells me I'm doing something right, and I keep promoting in places and I'm trying to make like now. My place where I'm directing people. If you wanna know what's going on in my life now fullness the ground late that that's kind of what I'm trying to do more with. So I really, I really like it, but there's some interesting news that that we should probably cover as well. Let's take off final break. And before we do that, one other quick thing to note is that as you were talking, I was clicking around the Instagram website which I almost never open, but you can actually see at the very least you're highlights and I believe your stories as their active anyway, you can see all this on the web. So if listener you may not have if perhaps you don't have an Instagram account, you know, Mike's Instagram profiles public in. So we'll put a link in the show notes to his Instagram profile, and you can see like the keynote day stories via the sank. The highlights the right, so so you can definitely say Instagram has low key, like lost six months made that web app really good. Yeah, Houston, not be able to watch stories. You couldn't do anything on the web. And now at this from consumption perspective, it seems like you can do just about everything so so everything and I, this is Paul. TV thing, which that's it was gone for a while, but like, yeah, the doing a lot more with the website eagle much. That's why I was able to put the two stories I spoke about in the show notes because they exist on the web the up. Exactly. So if you're listening to this in like me, you thought that Instagram basically didn't exist on the web. Turns out that's not the case anymore, so you can definitely check this out even if you're not an Instagram user, and if you are well, you should be following Mike and about that. 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So that kind of just like screw this where we don't need to be or anymore. That seems to be one what people assume into what like connected people in industry, suggesting going on. So as much as I love Instagram, maybe Facebook's gonna ruin it. I don't know, right. But like I don't really my feeling is some stuff that they wanna do that the Facebook Instagram found don't want to do, but it's not crazy because I don't think that Facebook that stupid to ruin Instagram. But they might be wanting to implement some stuff that like the, for example, maybe they wanna get rid of the ability to sign up with just an Instagram account. If that doesn't even feature exists still right. But like, you know, that could be some like fundamental things that the the, the original founders don't agree with. That Facebook is pushing on them. I don't know. Maybe they all just done, but it is a shame. Scary. I hope that it remains the same. We'll see, but whatever those, whatever those guys are gonna do like super intrigued. Right. Like I saw somebody say about like VC Twitter issue, super thirsty today, right length tweet in the the Instagram guys like, oh, congratulations. Good luck on your next to never. In on it? Yeah, like around if you need me like it's kind of kind of funny to me everybody. Congratulations Conway to see what's next. You know, the the old I'm leaving. Something name does have been in full effect to them today. I don't know. Obviously, there's no real use in taking any action on this because it's just now happening as we record. But I will definitely keep my eyes peeled. I think that Facebook has absolutely been infesting Instagram in ways that I'm not particularly in love with. However, it is mostly been kept it bay and mostly can be ignored. I echo what you're saying though, Mike, that I fear in the longer term, there will be a deeper and deeper integration, which is not something I'm terribly keen on. And if I were in there shoes, I was being told, you know, oh, you really need to integrate with, you know, you need to. You need to be a part of this family. You need to integrate with mommy and daddy, and and I don't know if I would be too keen on that if I was. You know, all school old school, Instagram. So we'll see particularly concerned particularly consent. Because again, it's like all of these social networks made by the people in the content like bass, what makes them interesting. And I don't really imagine too much changing like Facebook, being able to change too much what people decide the post. But you know, maybe by the time that it does get bad, they'll just be somewhere else to go. You know, you never know. We'll go to Snapchat. Because it'll be taken to the point. Yeah. A couple of things I wanted to mention that I've had all kind of show notes for awhile about Instagram because I was wondering about bringing up a topic some point anyway, that was a tweet from a friend of the show coach's hub. And he says, this was back in August. I prefer Instagram with the algorithm, MC time line and the your role caught up Maka more than the old chronological timeline. And I really agree about this, but you don't let these the two top tweets response is. I say, I agree. And you say, is there anything in that wrong about? So I wanna make the case for like my feeling on this. So I didn't like the algorithm time line for a long time because I never knew when I'd seen everything volda one hundred percent. They added that feature, which is when you seen everything of. Twenty four hour period. It pops up and just says, hey, you seen everything now. So you know, you don't need to look any more. So that made a huge difference because like, okay, seen everything now. And the reason I liked the algorithm is when I opened Instagram, if there's someone who's like, I really care about, I always see their images. I because the system knows like it waits it right by like, who's pictures do you interact with the most and it waits those images. So like I always see a tiff and Dina's pictures before anyone else's if they post them because I just tend to always interact with their Fotos right wherever it's comments or on the mole, whatever just because they just seem to like stuff that I like that pictures of things that I like so. And then so people that post a lot the I interact with or just like people who have like a one hundred percent success rate of likes comments. They always bubbled to the top the me and that's great because I always want to see stuff I care about before suffer. I don't care about. Yeah, you have to understand that my relationship with Curtis is mostly antagonistic in friendly. Technic should say, you know, we, we, we'd be relationship with most of your friends is friendly, but it's it's, it's very different with Curtis than with most. Like we, we really do each other up now. I, I don't know how he feels about me, but I love Curtis. He's a great guy incredibly age you that's not surprise such shame, not surprising at all. No, he's a really great guy. Very smart, very, very good at what he does. And, and I really like hardest as much grief, but. The entirety of my tweet which you conveniently left out in response to cardis was, is there anything you're not wrong about friendly antagonism in imprint, the apprentice? You're actually only barely wrong about this though, and I think I stand by that or I might even be on your guys aside at this point. I think now that there's the marker that says you're caught up that removes most of my trouble in in into fair. That's what he said originally. It's just I don't think I had had enough time with it at that point when I gave my heartache. But I still prefer things to be as they in the order in which they happened. I just prefer it that way, but I have come to terms with the way it is now, and I think I'm okay with it. I, I would even say I like it. I would just prefer the chronological stories is the same right like then it learns who I like. Can then stories arranged in that way too, which is also official because you know, that can be a lot of content and Instagram stories, and I don't have the time to go through all, but because of this system, I'll away see the stories at the people that I seem to like, did I tend to care about most? So I think that that can be a benefit in albums done correctly. Like I avoid liked to, it's his feature of missed because typically something I wanna see, unfortunately, to get that featuring have to enable everything else which don't want like I don't need to see, don't want to see tweets that people have liked in my time, Linus. That doesn't make any sense to me. That's not the way to the works. It's a fundamental misunderstanding of your platform. But I think I kind of like the algorithm and Instagram, I think it does. It isn't job for me, and there was one of it to mention, which was a thing that you put together on your website called website. You'll you'll, you'll internet domain cooled. Good. Instagram follows would use way you ost people using the Instagram question feature which I've never used. I think that might only time I've ever used it actually for like good people that Awo following facade reason or another, and it's like people you, you may not know exist and they 'cause they post pictures or whatever. So you put that together and you would definitely right because there are couple of these the I have started following because the images are destroy up. Beautiful. Yeah. Some, I think they're very, very good. The only regret I have with this post is that I should have been more proactive about finding women or people of color. I think this is almost entirely if not entirely white dudes, and that wasn't by designed by any stretch. I just looked at the pictures I liked in. I'm sure that there is some. I can't think the words I'm looking for some late and bias there that are unrecognized bias there that that I didn't intend for, but I would love to do a follow on of this with people of color or or women or other minorities. So if you have that is, no, let's no seriously. I really mean it let us know we wanna know because I would love to do a follow on posts that anyone, but white dudes. And the the question I asked originally was what Instagram account that isn't yours, should I be following? And, and again, I just like Mike said, I think a lot of them are really great. I followed all them in their excellent, but I would. I would also have to know what what Instagram account that isn't yours in his a minority. You know, what would you recommend? Following and maybe I can do a follow on post with the hand. Those two sub. Awesome. I think we've run out of time today, but please continue to send in hashtag rela- feels questions very important to when we wanna get Instagram account. Some wanna get really feels accounts, fallen, Instagram. I Mike on Instagram, Casey this on Instagram at slump. Me, Casey. Follow us. The please. Yup. And you'll see some sweet sweet sweet content. And I will talk to Mike in two weeks. Bye.
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Ep - 129 - STEPHANIE HOLLMAN FROM REAL HOUSEWIVES OF DALLAS
Amazing cake chassis. Welcome back to another episode of reality life with key. Casey, hope that you guys have had a great week and you've been watching. Plenty of TV shows. I love love love a show on TLC called long lost family. I've talked about it before. Basically, it's a show which follows people who have for one reason or another experience, a long-term separation from a member of their family, and they want to be reunited with them and many times these shows have people reunited and they sort of like sugar coated like, isn't this fantastic they, you know, they finally get to be with each other, but this show really shows what happens when people are reunited. And sometimes it's not a great situation. In fact, they have a spinoff called what happens. Next long, lost family, what happens next? And they go a couple of weeks afterwards, maybe even months and check on people to find out what happened in their relationship. And it's it's not all great. I on aunt who gave. Baby up for adoption, and they have a very difficult relationship. I mean, they haven't spoken for many, many years, but it's like. There's this honeymoon phase where you're excited to to reconnect and then you know you sort of peel the layers back of your relationship, and it really reveals things sometimes about one another that you don't like so much. And sometimes you can't get past the fact that there wasn't an issue of abandonment. So that's why I really liked this show. Now the premiere episode was this week and they have to great stories. One is about a woman who was left in a box hours after being born on the steps of a gas station, and the other is a woman who's trying to track down her biological mother. She didn't even know her biological mother had disappeared. She was being raised by what she thought was parents and our parents got into a fight and her father said to her. I don't know why you're taking your mom's side. She's not even your biological mother, holy shit balls. Can you imagine if someone said that to you on believable? So she goes on this search to find her biological mother and in the process learn something about. Are her father too, so I'm not going to spoil anything. I just want you to watch it and then let me know what you think. I also have been watching a show called dancing Queen on Netflix. This show has Justin Johnston who was on ru. Paul's drag race, his drag, race name is Alissa Edwards Eliza, and Justin really lives in mesquite, Texas and is a dance competition teacher. So it's sort of like dance moms and rupaul drag race meets. And so the episode follows him in this town and it's really fascinating. The dancers are all quite, you know, obviously quite young. Some of them are fantastic. You have these dance mom weirdos who obviously are living vicariously through their children and they are at every single practice. I guess that's something that kind of cracked me up because a feel like I go to my kids sports practices and I'm either reading or maybe I even leave and. I come back. I cannot imagine going to a dance class and just watching in some of these women. They even go in the room where they practice and stand on the sidelines like imagine you're already annoyed because you're exhausted from school and you've gotta do like a two and a half hour practice, and someone's weird mom is standing there watching you in criticizing you. It's crazy anyway. Please check out that show. And next week I'm having Julius Michael, who's the hairdresser to all the housewives on Bravo. I'm making him review it with his partner. So this week's episode is fantastic. Stephanie Holman is from real housewives of Dallas. The show is a big hit, and I was excited to talk to her about what her life was like before you know she joined the TV show. So where did she grow up? How she worked as a social worker, how she met her husband and brandy who's also on the show with her. But she also opened up a lot about a hurt depression, which she's been open about this season and. And you know what life is really like once you open yourself up to television. So I'm excited for you guys to hear that. And then Amy Johnson was stew on season two of below deck, and I had her watch this week's episode and kind of give me your her insight on what she thinks of the cast the season. You know what her life was like on the boat and what she's doing now. And then Finally, I asked jazzy Belle who's a podcast host nor radio host to watch this week's episode of keeping up with the Kardashians the the sisters went to Japan. I would assume that khloe was probably eight months pregnant at that point which I can't cannot get over. I cannot imagine any OBGYN would would be fine with that. Okay. You could possibly go into labor early, but you should get on an international flight. 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I wear dot com forward slash reality to get twenty five percent off your first pair. That's lingo with two is l. i. n. g. o. I wear dot com forward slash real. -ality or use the income discount code reality to get twenty five percent off. But you guys gotta hurry this exclusive discount for my podcast listeners expires at the end of November. Stephanie home in from real housewives of Dallas is a fan favorite, and for good reason, she's incredibly philanthropic, but she's also really funny down to earth and I'm really excited to track her down in Texas today. How are you doing? I am good. How are you? I'm good. I really wanted to start off asking you a little bit more about growing up. We we've seen a little bit of you with your family, but tell us more. So you're born and raised in a very small town in Oklahoma. You were raised by a mother that was a social worker. What is your dad do? And my mom was my mom actually went back to school when I was in fifth grade. My parents got divorced for about three years of my life. So from fourth to seventh grade, and then we all did their up had got back together. But during that high, my mom had no way of supporting my sister and I, except for her child support check. So she went back to school and got her master's in social work and. And she been and she has her license impractical counseling as well. So she's been social worker counselor. So I, I was raised kind of like in a very small town, very religious. My father was a paper maker. He made toilet paper at Georgia Pacific and a small town in Oklahoma called Muskogee. And I don't know. I feel like it was very simple life growing up just, you know, you go, you go next door and you kind of know all your neighbors play with your friends. But it was very simple, maybe a little boring to some people standards, but it was a, it was a great way to be ready. It's crazy that they got back together. I mean, are they so proud of that? That's highly unusual to get back together after a divorce? It's so it's so unusual? Yes, they are part of it took a lot of work though. We, the one thing I can say about my parents and I appreciated was I remember my mom sitting me down and my mom and dad telling me they were getting a divorce and in fourth grade, you're just. Old enough to where it kind of stings and it changes you, and but then I really appreciate the fact that they started doing therapy with us right away. Somebody sister and I would have individual therapy we, but they would have couple of therapy. And then we'd have therapy as a family, and I don't know how they afford it, but they did. They just made it happen. But I feel like it helped us talk about things that were bothering us and it made its where now I don't. It's so funny. I hate fighting with the girls like I hate fighting, but I don't mind the the personal stuff because I feel like I kind of always grew up talking about it. It was just the norm in my life, but sometimes you refer to yourself on the shows a people pleaser, where do you think that come. My mom, definitely. I think you you kind of either become your parents or you want nothing to, you know, you wanna be nothing like them. And I think for me, I am a lot about like my mom and I are a very similar personality wise. We both worry about everything we do if we feel like we did the wrong thing, we worry about hurting people's feelings. We, I mean, I will say that I sometimes feel like I am not true to myself make other people happy, which is not a good quality and something I'm really, really, really working on and trying to do better this year. And but I, I mean, I was a little girl and I feel like I've always been that way and maybe at heart religion. I think whenever you're raising a very strict religious household and an across still, there's it's very black and white. There's not a lot of room to wiggle and I, I just I feel like I just was always hard to be perfect, but I was always, I always felt like I had to live up to these standards. So you graduate from Oklahoma state university of a degree in psychology. You. I go to work for art work with families and children, and specifically working with homeless pregnant women that must have been quite an experience. Tell me a little bit more about. You know, it was a work yet with headstart during the day, and then I wanted to buy my own house and you don't make a lot of money whenever you are in the social service filled. So I got an evening job evening and weekend job at a homeless pregnancy shelter with Catholic charities Madonna house. And I, it would be that it was probably one of this adage job they've had because a lot of the women were homeless because of abuse or because they, you know, or just bad situation. And a lot of the women that were there. You know, they really didn't have the the mental capacity to care for a child, like some of them where we're like, has special needs and then you know they're having a baby and they really didn't understand that they could not keep this baby and care for this baby after it was really sad. And then you have parents that come mothers that come in that were addicted to drugs and it was. It was just it was it was hard, but it made me appreciate my pregnancies a lot more. Because I realized like not everyone is pregnant and has you know this, you know, nine months to prepare, and it's a wonderful time and it was really scary for them and they had no job, no way of, I mean, literally after their pregnancy, our main goal is to get them, you know, stable place to live and some parenting education. Well, then tell me a little bit about how when you met your husband. So I met Travis while I was still working. And my girlfriend's lived and my girlfriend lives in plano and like had dinner plans a Travis. They were really good friends, and we literally went to dinner, hit it off. I drink a little too much wine and we kissed and we dated kind of on an like where he would go to Oklahoma. I will go to Dallas every weekend and then we're engaged six months later. So it was really, it was a fascinating, but I felt like we didn't see each other all the time. So we actually had to get to know each other because it was all emails and text messages and phone calls. And I mean, that was the only way we spend time together was to communicate. So I think it was. I was actually a really good thing. What was it like to adjust to life of him? Because you're from this working class background and then his family house, you know, quite a bit more money. It was that in. For you. You know, whenever I met my team is not doing what he is now. So we did not have the Walker company, and I felt like he was still trying to figure, you know, he had this string company. He was trying to get off the ground. So I felt like it was a very different life than you see now or even season one of Ross's of Dallas, and it was much much nicer than I'd ever known, but not to the point to where I would have been extremely overwhelmed and like he, he drove a pickup truck and you know it was. It was a very different life that I have now. But at the same time, it was strange not worrying about being your bills or you know, 'cause there were times whenever like me whenever I was by myself, like I see my bills and I didn't have much less to do anything else. So it was strange to not be able to go and buy groceries and buy whatever you want. Like I never really. No, not even though you're this adult and you have children, does that part of you creep back at all? Would like maybe you might have a lot of money, but you're still really frugal in some weird way. You know, I am with certain things like the other day I went, I never ever ever go out. People may think that's crazy. But you see always drinking wine, but I just don't. I'm not as far girl a go to dinner. But the other day I went to a bar and he says, tourism, talented, cousin, and you know, tables were like three thousand dollars and cannot afford it. Yes, but I'm like, that is the stupidest thing just been money on, like, you know, to drink for three hours, things like that, even close like all by nice things, but I won't buy really trendy things that are expensive. I buy a lot of things on sell, like Neiman Marcus than the other seventy percent off cell. And I Don, I just don't like to below money on things that I don't consider things that I need. Like today. I have a a photo shoot. I'm doing my own hair makeup because I don't really think it's not too important that I feel like I need to go and get it professionally done and spend three hundred bucks. It would. There are an ulcer Travis trying to sustain. He doesn't like to. We don't have. Really any debt like we don't. We don't carry that though. I feel like, you know he is as well. He'll go buy nice cars that he, you know he does joy, but only things that he feels like appreciate. So yeah, I definitely and also, I mean, I, my grandfather still works at WalMart, so I do make a pay check with this show, but a lot of it is kind of nice because I can. You know, I was able to buy my grandfather a car. I have my grandparents house dome of paid off. Like, you know, my family doesn't have a lot of money though. Those are the things that are kind of exciting for me as I could buy handbags and clothes, or I had helped my grandparents live a great life. They're in their eighties and I left her them just not worry about like working at WalMart, you know? But then when he when Travis bought the house and had the pool, you know, or the posture in the pool with in the foyer, is that like, do you get a shame attack like, oh my God. What are you doing? Or you had mentioned that he. Buys things that he knows well appreciate is, is a purchase like that like so out of side of your, your typical mindset that it's a little bit jarring and I never thought I'd live in a house like this. Absolutely. But whenever we bought it, we had already done the research. We got it for literally Holly fifty percents of two cents on the dollar. So the day actually about it, we had to offer for two million dollars over them what we paid for it, which was though I do feel like it's an investment which makes me feel better about it, but it is. It's expensive. It is. And even though you can afford it, sometimes you're like, okay, it is hard to sell a home. That's, you know, that cost a lot as well. I mean, you know anything over, you know, five million dollar home. They don't sell very fast. So yeah, it it is, but and I and I like that because I feel like sometime it's easy to get lost in what you have and that you can't afford. Things. And then I think you'll lose track of with important, and I don't know. I don't want to be a different person than the girl that might, you know, the girl that my parents raised and I wasn't raised with the silver spoon. So tell me a little bit about how you met brandy. I met brandy who actually the first girl I met through Travis. We just started dating and I came to see him on weekends and him, and Brian are best friends. So he had dinner with brandy. I'm Brian, I met brandy and we just hit it off. I don't know if you've ever had a girlfriend where it so it was the easiest friendship. It was like instantaneous and I can honestly say, I definitely fell in love with her before I did Travis because she was like, you know that I think the scariest thing, especially when you date somebody in a different state and especially when you you may or may not marry them. One day is, am I gonna have a good support system because I did in Oklahoma, and she kind of made whenever Charles thank God engaged. I was so excited to move here because how to girlfriend, you know, I had a really good girlfriend, but was already said by two guys still have that house that you share together. Oh, in Austin? No, we didn't. So we that house. There's actually, I think it's not that we are slowly, but surely felling building and selling homes and those lots. And I think we have like two or three more or less, but we would that one sold. Thank God. Thank you. Jesus. 'cause that's a lot, you know, whatever you have to you don't live in and you're trying to sell stuff. It can be a little stressful, definitely was just so unusual to hear friends buying a house together and that could typically be a recipe for disaster yet? I, you know, I think it's more it was more are has been. They Travis. His dad and mom have both done a lot of real estate in their lives. And before Travis moved here, he an organ like his first job was he like develops a whole area and Portland, Oregon, and then you know, we, we still do homes every year, like an LA Gers a big realtor in LA, and then you know some in Oregon, so we develop them home. The lot like will buy something and then flip it, or will you know, like a twenty-seven house developments like three years, go on Oregon, but but it was the usually, you know that they're gonna sound really fast, and then the Austin one, you know, we kind of branched out with Brian and. They're selling, but it was it's, it's a lot. It's a lot. It definitely puts stress probably on their friendship more than brand unite because we just get it go there occasionally and hang out. I'm hanging out and have a cheese putter rate. How did you? How did you guys get costs for the show. So passing always having. Very interesting interesting to me because what happens is they kind of find people and then they'll ask the person, you have any friends, and then the person will give them friends, and then they'll ask those the friends of friends, you know anybody else. So it turns into hundreds of people at the end of the day because everyone they talked to gives them a few more people, and my friend and MandA they were looking at her and they asked her if she had any friends that she would be a good fit. And she gave them brandy myself and Brandon. I did not think it was really ever going to happen. So we went in and just were annoying and very much ourselves. And I think that's the only reason we got this show is because we didn't take it seriously. I think if we would have went in there and acted curious, they probably would not have chosen us, but I think that, yeah, it was. So it was really fun. And also at the time we were mom to really small children. I think we were just bored mom that wanted to have fun. And I've never had so much fun. They did additioning with her for the show. And plus at that time you guys didn't know that it was going to be real housewives of Dallas. You weren't even sure what the title of the show would be. So when's the never yet. So once they said this is going to be real housewives, had they already filmed, or was it like mid filming? Oh my goodness. It was so the day we found out that we were going to be the outside. It was the ninety four, the title shoot. We knew her taking pictures for the show we were on. We had no idea what it was gonna be called and they held us the ninety four and said, by the way tomorrow you'll be holding a star. Congratulations. Juror how slice. Well, we knew like literally like right before we did the title shoot. So close to when the show is coming out, what if you would if you've been taking pictures for show that was called like the real huskies of Dallas Ason I mean, you had no idea what is going to be idea what we were filming at first. I thought, you know, at first it was like, oh gosh, I'm trying to think of what they have, what they had on their boards because they have to have something on fight of every place that we that we filmed, that it was like, oh, I can't think some. It was a very generic Dallas something. And then they thought maybe ladies of jealous like you've kept hearing things. I never honestly heard how flies that you always in the back of your head, always hope because it's a strong franchise. But yeah, I had, no, I had no idea what it was going to be. Did you ever watch any other Dallas, housewives, or excuse me, Dallas reality shows like Courtney Kirsch show or the most eligible, Dallas or the big Texas. Like any of those Dallas reality shows. I mean, I think I watched a few big rich Texas just whenever I was, you know, at the gym working out funny story, the miss eligible, Dallas travels than I gave them Matt Norgren with who is unrest of that you're responsible for that. I'm sorry. But they were like, you know anyone, young and drivers like, you know, I know this kid, Matt, and I think he would definitely love to be on the show. Oh, yeah, he loves it. Yes. So, and then I know he was friends with Courtney and kind of everyone else on that show. It's very funny. Wow. Okay. So were you worried at all once you started filming, or even I guess during filming about what it might do for your marriage or your for your friendship because the show would you know, open certain aspects of your life. Oh, my gosh. Yes, absolutely. I, I mean before season one, you always hear statistics about the divorce rate. And I, you know, Travis than I went to marriage counselling before the show aired in while we were filming because I knew it was going to be stressful and I do not Bill a stress very well. My husband does, but I do not. So I didn't want to, you know, draw wedge between us or create problems because I was stressed out and couldn't handle my life. And then also I was afraid that we wouldn't talk about things until they got out of hand. So I just wanted to have an outlet for us to communicate. And then with brandy, you know, I like Steven one. I leaned on her so much because I was terrified and that that probably wasn't very fair of me because I feel like I probably put a lot of stress on her because I was so scared I would call time freaking out. And I do like, you know, for the first year, I think you know a lot of the reason we stopped talking with probably because I was so. Stress out. She was stressed out in our friendship that was all about on and family and just, you know, good things turned into, you know, to both that were stressed out and scared and we didn't know what to expect sees the first years always really hard because everything hits you. It's like a huge wave that comes over your life. How do you manage the stress from the way that the first season every aspect of your life is sort of people criticize it? How does that change the filming that you do between or you know, from season one, the season two. You know, season one, I definitely. I mean, it see them onto season shoe change a lot because he's been one. I definitely feel like I was still uncomfortable. I think Brandon is just kind of sat around and made jokes the whole time to, you know, like make the cameraman laughing. God knows that the first us was especially as was like dipping party and Cestari for those listening and, and you know, and then I don't know. I feel like I feel like the more seasons I do the more I realized that I don't know that you don't have to be so perfect. And it's, I think people resonate more with you whenever you let your guard down and show them the sides that aren't so pretty for me, I. I don't know. I feel like it's been good for me because they're kind of showed me things that I did not realize which I did not. I didn't think people would like me. They didn't think that I was perfect or, you know, and didn't have problems. And I would say season two, I was very comfortable more so, and I was able to open up with things that were hard in my life. And I remember being an interview and you know, I think I was talking about brandy and all of a sudden my son was having the hardest time in school, and I had so much guilt and I was so overwhelmed. I started bawling about Cruz and then we broke for lunch. They came back and asked me if they can follow it. So it was terrifying. But the moment I put that out there and the audience saw it, they were very respectful and kind ported, and I felt very supported. And then this year I went in and I don't know why. But I, I think you just start trusting dividers as well. And you trust the producers and you trust the process and and you know, like I was able to talk about suicide and depression and something I've felt. With my entire life is depression. And the suicide attempt was something that was like a dark cloud that was always over my life and literally stopped me from doing amazing things like I missed my high school reunion because of that, like it haunted me because the guy and the ambulance that picks me up at my house was somebody that behind me and math class. And I though scare that he had gone and told everybody at school, you know, all of our, you know classmates about it that I, I missed that my ten year high school reunion because I was so ashamed for me even this year. It was something that I, I let go of, and I feel like a weight. The weight of the world has been lifted off my shoulders because I don't feel like such a fraud. Oh, I don't think anybody ever thought you were fraud ever understand what you mean though? I think we all have things like we carry. It's, you know, sometimes we keep secrets about things that happened to us were spirit. Is that we've had the more that we're open about it and release that pain. The more people will connect with us. No, absolutely. And I really did not. I did not get that and tell unfree probably I mean a little bit too. But this this season whenever I knew it's going to be episode shoe because you kind of know what what is he is going to be, and I knew that it was going to be a hard episode and I remember, you know, like they did like a little coming up next, you know the little Bravo clips right after episode one that was that. And I just I just it was very hard because I didn't have a lot of time to wrap my head around it, and I had like a whole mental breakdown for a week and it was very hard. But I will say that especially sharing that part of my life was very. Hilling for me. And also it helped me not feel so alone because a lot of people said that they kind of dealt with the same stuff and I have people who you know he'd one percent was contemplating suicide and decided not to do it. And I had all these amazing stories that I was able to to here and and I was able to my mom was in town right before that episode aired I don't. I think for a doctor's appointments and I, she hadn't seen the clip and I slept on his show to her and we about in Christ together very emotional. But it was just like a really hill. You know what it's it came across is so pure and authentic. Sometimes I think that it's easy to get wrapped up in these shows because it's like aspirational living. But the one thing I really do like about real housewives is that it shows how multi-layered women are, and it would be boring to see someone every season just talk about their bangle bracelets. You know, I actually agree like I was talking to my mom the other day, and I do think it's good to to talk about depression because I do think it's something that people think is just kind of a dirty grit. Like p only crazy people deal with that, and and I do think it's good to pay another face to such a harsh label, and I think that you know, mental health is looked out there. There's a stigma and people do think everyone mental health ha is like some crazy person in the corner, you know, and that's not the case. I feel like a lot of people Joe with with. Officials and don't feel like they have anybody to turn to or anybody that will you know that can listen to them without feeling like there's something with them. I do have to say the season one. My favorite favorite episode was the one where you went to the strip joint that was the absolute. That was the best one. The best one. Okay. So now now that you've been on the show, is it harder? Is it hard at all for you to filter friends like all of a sudden Betty Mickey is trying to weasel her way into your life and hang out with you to you, find that you have to filter, or are you still friends with basically the same group of people. Can be completely honest. I, I have a, I had a really an amazing try before the show started, and whenever I'm not selling, I try to like love on those people because I don't get to see them as much when we're when we're filming because you're so tired and you've so much such a busy schedule and there are definitely some new friends in my life. But I, I don't know why I've always been very, very good at reading people and what they, you know, like I can tell when somebody's genuine or not. And I can usually tell if they're trying to use me for whatever. So I don't really have. A rod. I mean, do I have the people that I feel like are not genuine, who tried to be my friend to get on the show? Yeah, but I don't really give them a lot of time because I can usually read that in our conversations. And yeah, you can tell when people just want to hang out with you for a purpose or when they really. Care about you as a person because people that you know that I'm really close to, they don't like this was my, you know, they look at it more as my job and they don't want to know all the dirt and all the details. And you know the ones that do you usually can tell like they want to know everything in, are they looking for new people? And I don't know that I it it. It can be really them times because then you just feel like us and that's not a fun way to to live. What does it really like for you? Once you know an episode airs like is your phone full of like fifty text messages. Your tweets are like, you can't keep up with them face with like, what's it like for a real housewife in the day than episode airs and if mope progression. So I tried to save all my energy to a few hours leading up to the show. And then your few hours after because you will be on Twitter, especially omega, if you if you don't let it go. But for me, I do. I like a four hour window with this really, really. Hard and you hit heavy and you have a lot of interaction. And then the next day it's still a lot. And then after she's kind of closed down and it comes normal and then you gear up for the next episode and then it's kind of the same thing like it's just it's it's a lot and every year it gets more and more. So I'm having a hard time now keeping up with it where season one is even too I was able to respond to everybody and and it was fairly easy and now I'm, it's a juggle. It really is. So in the meantime, in this over, you know the time that the show is aired you have given bone marrow like shit. You helped facilitate an adoption. I mean, like, what are you sent? So. Can you sum up for everybody in a quick way how the bone marrow operation happen and then how you were able to help brandy and Brian omega net. So I'll start with bone marrow. I, I was at a cancer event with champs. She was about three. So this is before season one. And at the end they had people from a company called z. Cam to you swap for and you're just hitting the bone marrow registry. So I did that and then fast forward about five years later, I am almost finished season two and I get a call from New York and answer it, and it is the same people. I swabbed with five years prior, and there is a a forty one year old woman with non Hodgkin's lymphoma, and she industrial need a bone marrow transplants. And I am her only cannot of ten match in the world because the registries throughout the entire world and. And I have to give them an answer really fast because she is declining rapidly and desperately needs one. So I flew home from Easter. Did all the all sure your veins are strong, have very poor vain. So I had to a central line. So I was in the hospital two days and they were just pumping all of my they can do it and like, you know where they just take all of your themselves. So they took my sells for two days and and they are in a a alignment. They did on my neck and literally took it for me and for to women. And I know she's doing very good right now. I've not met her. I'd love to hopefully meet her day though the amazing, but, but it's it's so cool to follow somebody's journey and we've, you know, I've written her a letter. She wrote me something for Christmas and sent me the sweetest gift. We've exchanged letters. But yeah, she's doing amazing. Gosh, amazing. And then brandy and Brian's baby. People people think that you just like drove a truck up to a warehouse picked to baby. Now, my children think there's a baby store like a puppy store in want me to go. Yeah. And like that's not the way it works kids say no, make good friend owns an adoption agency and Texas, and she had very rarely they're a mom that comes in and has not talked about adoption or anything, but just that they don't want the Dedi which is pretty much what happens from what he told me. And he has a beautiful baby boy and no home and the poor child is sitting there with no name, no home, and he was like, Steph, do you know anybody that you think so he was dropped off as a bait, like he's an infant at the adoption agency, even infant advance that. That's. At the hospital. He's a little premature. So he's going to be in the hospital for short periods time, but they have, they have no parent, no, you know, the child is literally just sitting there with nobody. So I have him and I was Keno brandy. And Brian of always talked about having a little boy and it's been their dream, and I don't know if it would be crazy to ask, but I do think, you know, it would be, you know, if it could be like, you know, Bod coming in and maybe using us to set up this family. So message. Brandy and I said, would you like to adopt the baby? Boy, she wrote me back saying a human or a dog particular the baby instead of human please call me and she called me. I connected her with the the social worker and then the rest of history. I felt like her Brian kind of knew right away the moment. They saw him that they wanted to adopt him, and it's just been a beautiful thing to watch, and it was it was cool. It's kind of like experiencing a fat really fast pregnancy with her because we're literally. Nobody knew until they had decided to to bring him home. I hope to God. You're the godmother me, you know, I have not asked her that, but. France. If you're listening, I'm bailable. Baby should've had Stephanie or whole minutes, the middle name, Mike. Yeah, thank you. Know it. It was. It's so sweet and it's such. I mean, truly the biggest blessing to be to be able to be used in some way to bring. You know something so amazing to a friend. So it was the biggest such a blessing. So what is the one thing that people don't know about you yet that you hope that they could capture at some point in the show? Oh, my goodness. I think the biggest thing is that I hope people know about three all of us is that like we are just people just like everyone else when I have the same insecurities same celebrations, like, you know, we're all we're all just the same. I think that that's the thing that I hope people watch and realizes that, you know, we're all one hot mess. Just trying to do our bed. Well, if if if people want to track you down and learn more about what you're working on, how can they do so. And you know, have a website deafening home in dot com. 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You know a freelance from time to time. I've got a couple of boats that I've kept up with that will call and say, can you do this trip or can you work this? But if it works with my schedule, I'm happy to do it. Okay. So this season of season six Tahiti. We've got captain Lee chiefs to Kate, a formerly trained Butler named Joe cya, former solo, Stu, Caroline, chef, Adrian boasts, and Chandler deckhands Ross Ross and Ashton do deckhand named Riley who spells it or h. y. l. e. e. which is enough to drive me to drink. Are you watching the season so far? Have you been excited about that? Besides what I am, I'm walking the season. I haven't watched the other seasons. I'd watched the premiere with last season with Kate and the other seasons of done premier parties with captain Lee, but after talking to the production crew. And so the cast members from Peter seasons, hearing how this season's going to be a had to watch it. And so far it's delivered. I think it's going to be a great season. So they're telling. Really interesting ready. They're telling you that this is the season to watch. Yes, it's gonna be a great season. Okay. So my first question is, do you get recognized everywhere. You know, I live in Fort Lauderdale, so I recognize more often down here just because there is such a big voting community. But occasionally when I'm traveling, I will get recognized them and it says we ever so kind and lovely, and it's great to meet people that follow this show. So what do you think about the team so far? This season. There's some interesting dynamics. I'll say that for sure. I mean, it's you're in Tahiti. That's amazing. First of all, but as far as like the team, I think there's a major red flags with bless her heart miss. Is Caroline the red headed in yet your your your? Yeah. Like I'm seeing a big red flags. It's it's the job is hard enough. And if you're emotionally unstable, it's just not a good combination. You know what I mean? And then I feel like there's like a power struggle for sure. On the exterior crew, I think it's just setting up to be too. It'll just be really interesting to see how it all plays out when you watch it play back. Does it remind you of the dynamics that you had on your own boat or do you see it is totally different. In some ways, yes. And somebody's nose, you know, you know, they're showing in one hour, you know, seventy two hours of what really goes on. So you know, they're not showing your cleaning the toilets and making the beds, and some people say, oh, you've got to know that other people behind the scenes actually doing that. That's totally not true. So the interior team is not only actually doing their job as well as their TV job of, you know, a lot, you know complying with having conversations and making sure communicating while and that sort of thing. But it does remind me in some ways, just all the work that goes into it, but it's fun on this side to watch it because I can watch it without the stress of like reliving it again, if that makes sense. He's not stressful. Yup, win SuAn Kate the chiefs, Stu. Do you think that the other Stu sleep with one eye open holding a pocket knife, like in other words, deceive people? Does she give people fear diarrhea? No, no, no, no. The thing is that it does not translate on brain as Titusville. I wanted a more like sensitive people. I know she is really sweet. She can be a ball, but she is sweet and she's more passive aggressive than the one eyed open. Like he's more passive aggressive, then coming at you with an eye for sure. You? No, I don't. I don't think that at all. Do you think that Adrian is really a chef or is he more like yoga guru? Because in last night's episode, he was somehow able to get Caroline to see that hurry action to being shipped by Kate was really the byproduct of like a childhood trauma. I thought that was amazing. I was like, wow, he's really bringing out some self reflection. But I will tell you about Adrian. He is shockingly surprised me with his meals when I first saw him and he entered the vote and I'm like, oh my gosh. This looks almost malnutrition and just doesn't look like a typical yacht chef and meet Jackson book ice cover. But I have been blown away by the reception of his bills and how calm and like Kooning his galleons. No one is he, you just see him doing his dishes. Typically, Shefket debt created, come in there and help with dishes, but he's doing everything and has mil per section, and he's keeping everyone happy and on keeping a counselor to the interior crew. I mean, this guy is unbelievable. Well, when you sound believable ju also believe it's possible. He could be like Ted Bundy like he might murder someone by the end of this charter season. You know, honestly, anything is possible because when you're under this, much pressure of the thing is is like, especially in the beginning, everyone showing their best side. Like dating, you know, I was just find the best things out about people and it's when you start to see some of that's cracks already that you're like, oh, there's red flag, but everybody's showing their best side right now come like episode five is when you're really starting to see people's character. I feel like because you're starting to get used to the chairman. Ben, hyper aware that the cameras around everyone, their best behavior, you know, episode, five, you start to see kind of everyone's true colors. So only time will tell it's possible because chefs are under so much pressure. But as of right now, he is cool. Komen collected when Riley demands respect because she was an Alaskan boat captain. Is that like saying you deserve respect is the manager of Morton steakhouse because you left your job in charge of the fryer at Applebee's. I think you really hit the nail on the head. It's like she's instead of doing the work to get the respect. She's like demanding it by our words, and it's like garlic is getting there and work. But at the same time, you know, I just caught see episode two and he's asking these questions and the guys are getting annoyed she never worked out before. So there is a really big difference going from fishing better to yacht the every every actually not really. It's calm night and day black and white. And so for her to say that, I mean, honestly, I can go out and get my captain's license by taking a five day course. I've got the time we've got everything. It's just a piece of paper, so you're right. It's kinda wanted to save like anybody can have a captain's license if you have the time and it's like, instead of just demanding respect, just get in there. So what about Joe science? Do you think he's to experience for this job? Shouldn't he be working like Kensington. Palace for Kris Jenner. Oh my gosh. I would love to see heaven Christian together. I think he's, yeah. A like a train Butler. I didn't eat. That's very, very high. On the scale of stir any that's above yachting I feel like it is interesting. I haven't really. You know, they're not really highlighting his extraordinary service goes, but I would. It would be interesting to work with him did know his, you know, tricks and trades that he's picked up butlering. What is wrong with the charter guests? Steve. What is wrong with what? I'm sorry, the charter guests Steve. What's wrong with him? Why is he so weird. Steve just Luxa party. He literally owns mansion in Mexico that has like twenty bedrooms. I think he just added on a. He literally lives his life as a party. I think they have party once a week. I think they have fiesta night every night. This man lives his life as if he was twenty one in just graduated and living his fraternity days. He he just likes to have a good time and he doesn't care who's on his level or not. He's going to have a good time. So he just likes to live that way. That's really worrisome. Okay. He refused to wear a lifejacket. What's the most ridiculous demand experienced filming the show by charter guest. Ridiculous to me on one from your show. You know, the one that pops into mind is that we were where we were in the Caribbean, and we couldn't get done who a I, Tim forty two for this specific Carter guests who shows that we have all other Kapila at that price point and he's not having it. So we had to have someone go to other islands and hunt down this tequila. And for you know, it stopped filming stuck the whole process. We had to wait for the peculiar arrived, but he was like, no, I'm not. I'm not doing this enough to steal not on born. And then once it was everything was fine, but it does kind of demand that. I mean, it's kind of ridiculous, but it's kind of the norm just because they hand, you know, they live as one percent with different lifestyle. Who is your most memorable charter guests from the seat. Season. I wanna pop on his Georgia. I love that woman the southern for the Carolinas. They were the right what? Sick, the big hair they were. Wonderful. Hasn't been great fun. It was going to ask you, do you keep in touch with any of the guests? I do. I'm Georgia and all her Carolina girls. I feed them often. Actually, they come. In the last two years come into premier, so for the deck premiers with captain way. And so we've also keep in touch with Dane and he was he, he knows exactly. It's quite an interesting charter gas, but he's a lovely human and a great friend. He's coming to Miami and met him down for some fantastic dinners and he's wonderful. And then I've not in touch with the guests that are coming on next season. I mean, not next season. Next episode. They're the youngest son actually met his fiancee season three. They were passing charter gas and they're getting married next spring and they've invited us to the wedding. So there are there are some people you keep in touch with for sure. What is the one thing that you wish did not happen during your season like, oh, do they have to philmont? I wish I could have erased that from the show. I'm like her. I'm gonna pirates cost. I don't know how much that like. This season on a pay. I'll tell you it was sandwich pressure. We didn't know what we got ourselves into like, how are we even doing this? And so it was somebody that you could trust and confide them didn't. That cries like re edited where we look cried all the time. But there was one time where I wasn't. You don't want want the girls and I'm just like it and fed up, and I forgot it was pirate night and I'm like. Pie, like have dreadlocks and pirate things. And I'm like, whipped, but I go in the bathroom, clean it and I'll rip the head off the is I'm gonna vote. Awesome. You know, there's moments like that. You're like, oh, it's so dreadful and embarrassing. Without some of those moments you wouldn't. It really is a huge growth process. I mean, there's not many opportunities where you get to watch yourselves or you how film for six weeks and realize like ooh doing go. You might need to adjust that or something, you know, and it's tough enough on or that sort of thing. So. Meekness, the moments that are super klenge one thing, but without the I don't think that the growth have come as well. So it's like a two, I'm thankful, but it's also very kringle. Would about your brother. How is he doing. You know what he's doing so great. I just saw him on two days ago we celebrated my mom sixtieth say. We had a fun day here in Fort Lauderdale, but he was working fulltime on a fishing yacht, and then he needs just recently, he's going to do. Land-based stuff. So he's creating anti store and he's he's a total geek. He builds computers. Great. Oh, and one last question is people wanna know when you're on the boat, is the crew sleeping in the in the cabin space as well? And are they sleeping next to you too, or do they go to sleep on another boat. The like the production? Yeah. Oh, no, no, no. Because there's at one time. There's typically at least fifteen production crew that are on a major shifts. So first thing in the morning, a boat brings half the crew there and they film from like, let's say six, seven in the morning until six, seven in the evening. And then another crew comes in and they've from six or you know, early evening too late morning hours and. Stay on land at a property. You know, near where we're filming or ear the the marina, but they get shipped back and forth. 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She loves watching keeping up with the Kardashians and I watched this week's episode and I immediately thought I have to deep dive on this episode, so welcome to the show. Thank you. Thank you for having me. Let's deep dive. Okay. So Kim clawing Courtney flew to Japan khloe and Courtney thought it was a girl's trip. It was actually seemed to be a never need photo. Shoots setup by Conde for Kim to display the newest line of UC close. I thought this was kind of genius for him because production probably paid for the entire trip and he could save himself money by not having a fashion show. What did you think. Oh, of course, that's family. Plus conjugate was combined is just Ganesha's like as you put it. So I thought it was amazing something to do it. I thought it was ever Lynn that what I think great Hashi shaded her third going up. I mean with all work until with the girls wanted. Thank you to have like a girl. So we'll see them that they didn't look. The part I get. I immediately like cringe worthy to watch the way she book as I was like, okay, what is something like him k. who needs interview? Right? Another thing is that throughout the episode, every single person says that she's so hypercritical Chris discount, you know, or maybe it was even Scottie said, I have to just look past her because I know that she's going to point on if I have a pimple and then clothing corny, they always kind of laugh it off. But then finally, Courtney got two point where she fought back. Do you. Do you think there's anyone that is immune to her criticism. Immune to it. Definitely not Courtney according would not have and see what the episode and another phone well may may be khloe. I've to everyone credit of. I mean, she's always the one that gets the most family. Again, having something like competitive being judged, especially off the parents because she's just a narcissist house. So just like her damn. Well, it just comes with that family, but I mean, that's compat-. I don't know what else we expect from her. So she's wearing throughout the episode, this pink wig with dark dark roots, and she's basically married. She's either wearing a sports bra with oversized sweatpants or as Courtney's then like like a tour tour de France biker off it with the fanny pack, and she seems to enjoy those plastic heels that strippers where what? What do you think about this collection of clothes? Because I can't imagine anyone enjoying wearing oversized sweatpants with heels. You can't. You can't enjoy it. Here's what they with the whole collection and congregate there. Close to knee is bump chic, right? Or just one of those. Clause where you like to wear when you're lounging on a house? I mean, when I about because I love you and I, I love me some kind of quote I like the Kurds. However, when I all of I'm just chilling, you know, with my friends and I'm not doing too much my hair than a bun and I'm wearing sweat somehow, Tanya turn that it's everyday fashion to go out and where he'll with fell. I can speak people be fascinated with it. I don't. I'm not that mad at it. I like it though. Call crazy out of not mad at the fasten because I feel like taking the everyday look or get something that you would just wear like lounge wear and they're making it higher end. They're putting the hefty price tag on it. Yes. But I like it's comfortable to wear. I like over five fans again, like I say lounging around how to shoot the shit when my friend. What I've been not know that that was going to be the future of fasted. God help me. Me too. I just cannot could over the sports bra with the heels and it makes zero sense to me. So at the end of the episode, Mario who's hurt makeup artists had to tell her like sometimes you deliver things in a harsh tone. She's almost forty years old for you to be told that I don't think she will ever change. She's probably be like the rest of her life. No, you never gonna change when you have Chris dinner as your mother and Cayenne with as a. That's constantly ruining your behavior on. No one is checking the kill. Can't go to the hood. Okay. Go somewhere a copy of Chris fell where Detroit the opera, it's that's it. Provided that knows better and will demand, you're you're by the way with it because he kind of bass and no one is what we call in the hood, ten fifty. So those back say, okay, what it'd be that way at fighting about it. We're both libra. So I emphasize with the fact that she say, okay, I'm a straight shooter 'cause I am and my family, no meat to be that way. How have. It's the way you go out Dante, especially the love, and I think she could car Partagas bid and in episode I think he kinda got the message did did you see the inner professional? She said, but I don't care. I said we go the real Khemka has soda actually, when you are quote unquote, the breadwinner when you're really essentially the reason why your family is famous. You kinda have this civil rights of attitude where no one can tell you nothing. And that's basically what she had. So when you say entourage, what we want in my world is yes and that's yes, man, I would move it. So he, yes, kill it. Yup. Yes, yes, yes, of course. You've got to have that attitude where she doesn't know necessarily. Does she say something wrong because no one telling her no, in a room. Full of, yes. Men at what point does does it end her dangling. You know, dangling the fame over them like, I'm the reason that this is all possible. At what point does that end? I mean, they're all they all pretty much of their own projects at this point. Right. And you know what ethical question. I think she would have to. I argued stripped away from her fame and her beauty, and I don't wanna win that auto body because kill who could say a lotta people by is beautiful. But the only way the stripper from a beauty up the horrendous at that, and I don't want that to happen. But as she has her beauty as she has her power, she bought to continue to be the same. Kim eventually beauty will fade. So I think kill maybe play. So she can't be the wait no more. And as far as her fame, we have to watch the car to ask you and you. The minute we start watching it Faizy baby actually kick. It is. So if they, you know what? I need to calm down. Maybe I'm treat people. I said, maybe I should be this way. Maybe my husband should be this way, but you have our for people that love being in the limelight, they love being star, and that's, that's what you get. When you're byproduct of just pain. Now you wanna get craziness. So also in this episode, Chris gifted, her old friend, Sheila with a facelift. Listen when she started mentioned in the beginning of the episode that she hated the way or neck and face looking, I thought, okay, she's trying to get a free plastic surgery procedure. Thought that, oh, one hundred percent. Why would you bring that up on turing filming? Unless she wanted to get a free nip and tuck. Essay close. My like I said earlier, what the supposed to like him king who needs enemies, right? She looked like cloud Billy. He make out the ugly, but I need a best friend like Kris Jenner, we all do and some of the offer the especially when I, his sixty seventy though, and they went off from you from free blessing. Frigeri signed me up Sunday up to. I'll take that too, but I'm Yup eight that I know fun fact that that doctor was buried to Brooke Burke. Yeah, but I feel I keep, here's onto many TV shows and I, I don't know if you want to go to the best of surgeon, would you wanna go to somebody who likes to be on TV all the time? I don't know it. There's like he should be practicing plastic surgery and not appearing on, you know. Change my fate. Take my face PD with a couple of plastic surgery. I'm I'm okay with it when it comes to, let's say my OBGYN. No, I don't want to TV. Okay. So this is my last question and it's important one. What is happening to Courtney? Is she going to too much therapy or is it the boyfriend? Unis. That's the problem. Horny? Yeah. I like Courtney according to me the most sane. One. See my seafood things. From the heart and that's much from the mind. 'cause she's more of a filler which was to me, I can't pre shave more. You don't try to over think being one about personal vice boyfriend. Listen, you got off Scot. We've seen her Bill with got the year that the relationship should be. Would you agree? I agree. Whether like the best they never got married, right. He will not. He wasn't as finished. Connecticut other. So when you're now what is she now? Like is she forty now? She's thirty nine. Yeah. Thirty nine. Okay. I mean now you're not you're single. You have these kids McGregor body of the mazing and now you want to date like eighteen year old coli have fun lives. I know. So be free of being her struggle and look bad for years on the car dash new. So I don't know the way I feel about her now have a therapy and just, you know, Diller with these other guys and you know this whole veganism trip. She's vote on. I sort of like let Courtney Lee let Courtney lives. He's technically my favorite dish. Who wear can people find you? We're gonna listen to you. Oh, okay. Great. Yes. So you ask a follow me and what if not jet at book you need the j. e. e. b. e. l. e. TV I'ma podcast relaunching next week, even free. They're called woman hip hop podcast. You can find it on all those. 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