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#342 Chatbots for Amazon with Paul Harvey of Seller Chatbot

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#342 Chatbots for Amazon with Paul Harvey of Seller Chatbot

"I hit by introduced to you. Mr Michel Visi Hey. Hey Hey welcome to amazing F._B._I.. The place to be U._K.. Based Amazon entrepreneurs. I'm your host Michel Visi. Welcome to the show ladies and gentlemen welcome to the amazing F._D._A.. Show this is your host Mark Visi with episodes three hundred forty one. We've being around just about four years now so I can have a full year celebration seen delighted to welcome in France the show who know probably at least three as <hes> really seriously experienced Amazon unsellable unlike a lot of the blowhards really very down to Earth Guy but seriously competent and really doing some amazing stuff not mine is Paul Harvey of seller Chat Bots so Paul Welcome back. What's the show we know between us without mentioning names that you are the brains behind some of the weather? Shall we say more extrovert. Let people out there selling people in they should be saying that. Actually that was pretty much your idea so I know how yeah I'll say you are one of the seriously brainy many people in this situation out there. I know that you had about maths teacher mathematician so I guess that would explain why you'll bright but also bit more humble which is great. This suits us so let's talk about <hes> setup so there's lots of success been happening. Recently suggests just reminded us a quick reminder for those who've been living under revoke what Chat Bot is and why what H. Airport is and why it matters to people Amazon or indeed e commerce generally ready. Yes a pretty much rods. <hes> a chat Bot is essentially e mail mixed with infamous. That's all it is is that's a facebook. Look is pushing Messenger Hod they won messenger to be the we chats of the West that went to be really really big and for that to happen. We have to spend a loan money. Promoting Messenger ask great because Rotten Messenger has an eighty percents open rates so that means of injury message now and Messenger you can open it's because because most often is going to be a friend not me businesses are using messenger as a as a portal yes and that's great because rotten <hes> just use nets crazy crazy good or poor and just gets tons of marketing since customers and it kills email email has a good list as a twenty percent open rates and and <hes> messenger is over so that's what's what's with route nine also is that's me being a woman maths teacher. English is not nothing <hes> and and if anyone's received an email from me a must apologize must spending and grandma is horrific and that's pretty because the mess teacher and I- Ostro to create long lengthy thank the emails back and easy rates <hes> fifty sixty word message subscribers on messenger and takes takes minutes <unk> hours in Mexico marketing that much easier exit well. There's a very good reasons and I think actually yeah yeah thinking about it. Yes the open rate twenty suicide if you've got a decent list that's about what I might listen. I suppose I'm a words person. I'm happy writing long emails but there's a difference between I'm happy writing long years which I think writing Emma email marketing can be very very hard to do well people every so often knocking around the book group on we've been aggrieved for where we had some discussions cashing by email and people like oh can R._v.. A in the Philippines do Blah Blah Blah and the one person is actually done it seriously so yes well. We spent thirty thousand dollars on getting written because the truth is to do emails really well. You either have to hire a copywriter old training to be a good copywriter which is not easy of an managed to get sales females but it's hot and also just because I like writing a long form email doesn't mean people people are receiving it so I think that the the speed of transactions that people used to now through S._M._S. marketing and ball and I am and all the other types of things raw fits with modern rhythms of communication so I know so you can't argue with eight percent open rate as you said that's twenty extraordinary <hes> so just let's you mentioned the we chat of the West so for again those who aren't familiar with we chat all the power of it which may be more people are familiar with it but don't really realize what's under the hood to what the potential is. Tell us a bit about we that's the model that face because models are pretty much any Amazon's Ciller. That's been to China sourcing trip would just be Dijana for lead Meta has used we chats we chat is the platform into their APP. They using Jonah to chat to everyone to make payments to book a cab hub people don't <hes> people need to carry cash because they can just carry the reach at APP the they can send transfers of many they can do whatever they want. They can do pretty much everything thing by using the we chats APP and that's what Messenger once because big because the whole Chinese markets uses we chat in Messenger Facebook Messenger to to be the we chats of the West so they went messages to become a platform. We talk to your friends. CHATSWOOD businesses make payments <hes> boss stuff <hes> give money to refrains everything. The people went basic went messenger to be that's effective and if you look at that if you look at history facebook has bought hats what's up they earned instagram the top. I think the top four <hes> social media platforms are earned three of the top four earned by facebook and and facebook owner conglomerates the Narcisse they've said his at soon they're going to they're going to <hes> join combined what's up and an instagram and Messenger. If three platforms uh-huh all working from one and that's facebook's plan because once they have that's <hes>. That's a big deal unless I think about this. Who is the amazons biggest competitor? It's GonNa be facebook because facebook has fop Tom's the Exxon. I'll think I'll think it's lost my fob. I could be wrong but a facebook is five times the user base that Amazon has and as soon as a facebook offering payment services you bob products in the marketplace place in a in a stream on the whole process. If you'll craig on those on facebook you're just by anthony once jumped hats which means then there will would be a big competitor to Amazon bigger customer base. I mean it's still away from that but that's what best once yeah and the thing is that also they have the resources else's they have the program capability to have as you said exposure. They've got the things the lawyers to deal with the U._S.. Government which is after every so often. I'm in dealing with governments. This is something that seems like a sort of side show until it is an Amazon has dealt very effectively to an extraordinary degree with avoiding sales tax but two and a half decades and finally the chickens come home to restore not and facebook has been out talking to Congress and it seems like Congress actually this time around have a clue about what the hell <hes> they do. They didn't seem to have lost time so but the point is you know you got to have the capability with all this stuff but facebook has that so realistic play that they will like she takes off as powerful an Amazon but also <hes> the thing is amazing. Isn't it so it's really it's like the opposite thing I was talking with somebody else <hes> <hes> who <hes> is is is from the Indian subcontinent originally and works with people to try to aggregate people from that area area and what's really interesting is in the developing countries instead of software specializing a lot like the social media and then as e commerce and then as you know wonderful community gadgets like Amazon and apple and facebook is basically everything in one gadget and that is really a guest now the developing world I in China with which each is giving the model the Western company however giant is in facebook. He's copying right so I think it's an extraordinary development and that's pretty good I mean Eh Ratnam cooling from South Africa and whenever we on The instant notifications people have in Africa. We'll just have a blackberry phones like just message or their friends and essentially now what what's what's up has become and that's why Africa what's up is just so huge really really is because us what's up everything. I'm hearing but here local businesses that give you their what's up number the the direct number because it's free and mex-mexico off easier but it's amazing that's it we're starting to see instead of Silicon Valley. Only being the place where the trends are starting we start to see trends that are working in developing countries and they're starting to come back to two west which makes sense because the power economic comic power and to some degree military power shifting over the economic power is shifting partly because of sheer luxury of population but the economic power is one thing the military as you pass on to shifting to China's the balance of power in the world. This may sound a bit general but okay. What the Hell is. This got to do with Amazon so we plunge into that however I was. Let's place things inside bigger context because first of all I'm interested but secondly I think if you see long-term big global trends and you pop on that trend is not light to get reversed in a year's time which is always always good. If you building a serious business this trend towards I will consolidating everything become everyone started to everything is to Amazon agencies but it's also true with the big big players <hes> facebook Amazon Apple Elson converged on the same place and everyone's getting into e commerce apart for anything else and secondly this consolidation into one thing. That's it's a trend that's going to be released to follow your safe to keep following as a person selling on e commerce whether I was in starts to lose market share to facebook all knots <hes>. Chat Balser is going to be posed to do. It's going to be huge so let's talk about <hes>. Let's talk about how we actually use it and then coming down to tax then of okay. I've got a new products coming up. I've heard about this chat ball thing. I've heard it's good for launches but how to actually use it in a in a practical way so good question and actually this too is two answers to that now. Let's say you are launching being a product routes. <hes> you go through about two three months of hard work sourcing it from. Chana eager through so many Sompo is an revisions everything using any finally get at dots and it arrives in Amazon and you're good to go now. This is the part they re annoys me. You've spent three months three four months. In a I can learn money making this product amazing which is great but now at Amazon and you've done zero marketing and unfortunately this is the case for most Amazon's so what they do now. They've heard of this thing called chat box. It was on up too many chats or sample coast which have the some templates and there are some facebook ads that saying the user to the chat bots in the chat bots the reason as chat bots is truly because open rates better and essentially e mail and really really be emails such pot works because of the crazy opioids so they creighton Adnan facebook where user sees products for a big discounts the click on it and they get the discounts and so forth and then gives instructions to go on Amazon. That's it so that your launch but couldn't say this this now. This customer was this. Amazon said what they've done is they've spent the months and months and loads of money socialist products and not arrives Amazon. They do launch but what they've done. Now is they create a facebook ad and they send it to a cold audience because no one's heard of this brand no one of those products. It's nice to make some markets in and <HES> facebook appetizing has to be disrupted at the disruptives. What I mean by that is when someone sees an ad on the news just feed. They don't WanNa take action. People don't go to facebook to bust facebook to gossip so you can have an offer. That's so good that's a disrupts their thought pattern take action and unfortunately to disrupt someone's thought pets and when they are no no of you request to things a hi. Ed Cost and a big discounts. I mean if I see a product navy. Manhood abouts for twenty percent discounts. I wouldn't even remember to be honest. KVASS at Saint Products selects for eighty percents of how will take action and that's why people don't understand is that now because they've done zero Walkerton they've launched their product and they're paying ridiculously see high costs and they've pie and even making more little more of a loss because they're doing a bigger discounts is a two factors that could easy be avoided if they spend maybe two three weeks before launching doing a pre launch that means is creating a facebook ad telling people that you can be launching soon as could be a big discount accounts for them or whichever Hauer works and then we do launch us reach the lest you already bulletin say. Gosh we love chicken. He has your discount so he is well. Whatever it is and and you see your ad costs your would diminish annual discounts diminished because people are aware of you. You'd have to give them eighty percent discounts a an unnecessarily long onset swing to angle as their <hes> people would do marketing and then they rushed and dude lost minutes and people that do marketing in your pre launch two three weeks basic basic facebook gadget which is said to add up for just two weeks at and that's much cheaper deeper than actually just going straight for the kill. This is really small. I'm actually it sounds really <hes>. Will you say oh well so to give the long answer. I think is fantastic because I haven't really heard anyone when say this sounds really obvious as soon as you articulate it but it wasn't obvious before which is always a sign of a good bit of wisdom is like okay so this makes total sense and the fact that it costs a lot less really obviously very very good. Tell us how you go about this concave chapter and verse on Facebook Advertising. But uh when I say that I'm obviously you're quite versed facebook advertising because it ties in very well with your ball is facebook advertising training something that you offer as part of what you do out of interest. I saw this good points rod so what people have to use a not on. I love search platform use the lot. However people needs to be aware that whether they use the chat bots chat metric? Chech- fuel <hes> many chats as many whigs pestle may use these platforms uh-huh ah purely the vehicle and that this nation is the same what vehicle you use so now if they using a platform whichever platform that's crates but actually the whole process is running crating facebook ad campaigns at plugging through chat bots because once a topic setup it's set up. That's the thing that's it. There's not there's no real will whether it's a skill at making chat bots there is but I mean is that the real skill is actually facebook cats because essentially if you sending product that's a piece of junk really doesn't in how good your flow is not gonna work but every almost every piece of junk does have an audience on facebook and finding that audience so now what people need to do is basically what they should do is this before they launched a product on only say. I spend about two six weeks prelaunch actually sometimes oh that's too long. Maybe I just do two or three weeks but the truth three weeks not do this is <hes> this is the pots with our went to fail. Are we do mean that. <hes> the prelaunch prelaunch you. WanNa fail I mean by that is think of who is your ideal customer. Where do they hang out. What do they do where the interests and just expert both my ideas and then we you come across some assumptions. Ukraight ten tops of Personas Tank tops of EPA tall as customer may be an imam simple always say A._m.. Setting a baby blankets so my when used by this is a mother's. That's <hes> unknown new mothers. They have a kid and rage of too interested stood in. Let's say a Pampers Zora's everything then next ebbets all will be woman now interesting charity over actually women that interested <hes> activities to help you sleep better. Maybe asleep better have been nasty blanket. I Dunno it's assumption but basically you come now with not audiences you create when facebook ad and. When you send a facebook ad to all non audiences and that facebook that says by the way next week or two weeks time we're having a huge launch of new product Amazon <hes> <hes> and because because I was mistaken revenue launching and if you get discounts just just click over the last night and then you're this waiting for two weeks the source of process can take maybe about an hour believed run for two weeks in off? The two weeks makes you connect to Advocacy which ordinance convert best the best converting audience henceforth is you'll ideal vitol at so customer and then in <hes> when you launch you just reach out to all the customers that came through Florence we allowed now. It's launch it and maybe voted three hundred people so I recommend it is done glossed. Three hundred people just send ten people a message today with thirty days the these people because they're away Ayovi marketing. They're aware they're going to be approached and you're good. You're marketing your costs. Go down and people don't have to get a big discounts. They don't and this makes a lot of sense. Yeah you 'cause what you've done. Super Small say just <hes> just analyze what you've done is number one. You've tried different audiences and you've honed in on it but you've tried it. Yes it's GonNa cost you some facebook ads money but it's not cost to you a bunch of rebates and Amazon cost right so there's really small and the second thing related allies again you separated the process of finding the audience from the selling but you've also separated the process of <hes> this is he's from you even as we speak a lot but the second thing you've done. Is You separated responsive people so that's an advertising cost but not much actually no it isn't even an absolute cost. Is it because you've got in touch with them. So you separated the people who are likely to be responsive from the people who are unresponsive says another reason why it's GonNa cost you less you have less Yata you have to push them over so much resistance so therefore the discounts can be less so the super smart and makes a lot of sense but splitting things into stages so that the third thing that's really smart autobody is that you're not just some guy gang high never hit me get us. This got now because Edwin in the world does that so <hes> and it's GonNa get worse as it's because more of a standard standard thing so you've separated yourself out because it more respectful and you got more rapport with these the prospective client which is always better so it's really really make sense so I can see why the logic of it from the marketing perspective really makes sense. Tell me about the differences in results and cost if you compare that the sort of going straight in blunt cold approach versus the prelaunch lauch approach so I have one client now <hes> actually you're actually know them but L. N._F._l.. Later there were big big center and <hes> they just launched products and what they've done. What I'll give credit for is that they know how to establish a branch NAMA SAINT's name for years guys you need needs to do some messenger marketing? This will work ridiculously low in that okay okay but then I just <hes> hopping them out and then a few things now what it was this this wrought took all the people because I have a brand because the oriented good facebook page there. Would you have a good websites. Everything was this <hes> went into the into the <hes> ordinances on facebook not created audiences of or the people always spoken to them so people spend the BOTs Orleans people have been on their websites ordinance that have clicked on your facebook ads and so forth we have a full up ordinances and as a warm ordinances then what we did is that we ran a assail royal. Thank eighty percents off. I'll say percents off because <unk> launch so could be less accu should have been less because people didn't believe was so good Anthony believe it so oh good at the charging too much spend anyway <hes> as we did that and that the costs were fractions normally opinion perspective. If I do a blank <hes> walking to a code ordinance I can pay anywhere from a pound to two pounds per subscriber embarrasement a year ago unexpansive ad for me was maybe fifty P now. It's apparent the ads increasing no matter how good you get at <hes> facebook ads ads increasing increasing because a whole whole whole touchable was increasing costs but anyway so this campaign normally expect to pay between one and two pounds and we'll paying anywhere from twenty to forty p per subscriber and that was that was great because they were really aware about brand to SOS a WOM- ordinances is chess so much cheaper and now I'm great because because the this brand or that in doing any marketing that did have authority brand on facebook and the Democrat rips off everything so they set up everything super good foundation mentioned the accidents and now we did and yet swigging limited as well as so much so that they launched <hes> recently renew products and within with an average spoiling about two to five thousand months and or those products <hes> we did we did a few a few CEOS and we got up to. I think we in the top half a page when and we'll be toppled page wind within the next week or so a purely because we could be aggressive because read the ad costs were I mean until they spent maybe three hundred pounds and they boarding tons describe thus result so three hundred pounds i. It just sounds like I was expecting numbers like in the thousands I mean so <hes> yeah getting to the top of page one. I'M GONNA it's all relative to lots of different factors which are pink with you'd need a spreadsheet but <hes> yeah three hundred pounds to get yourself to top of page as part of the mix is really really pretty small in terms of absolute cash need but also think is that <hes> as you said in the end and the really smart marketers you read about like him some of them into people's tasting some not but <hes> the Front Kern who got on his list will be two point five seconds but his relentless the effective and has been for twenty years and there's probably Marsha who's just I think super smart and he's an engineer with a sound acoustic engineering background very much heavy and they all say the same kind of thing which is if you get the economics all your marketing right. Do you can so you can buy a prospect three customer cheaper than other people you win and absolutely critical so whether facebook ads guy hopping cost overall which is obviously very very important to bear in mind as one of the one channel versus another but also if relative to the competition all they're doing spending more and more and you're smarter and you spend less per perspective customer customer then you win again because you'll take market share of them which is different. You can't control facebook's overall cost of advertising but you can get market share at a market. It's just a for me. It's a super critical drive opposite. Everything people don't respect that metric and offer thing if you get it's The star Principle Ritchie cost if you have the number one positioning <hes> by revenues and the B._S. about it with the number one that is the biggest claim made ever by everyone but if you make twice as much revenue as the next person on the page on Amazon and new products what happens is that you can get higher volume therefore you get better deals with supplies and therefore you have cost per unit and you'll the preferred provider because visibility quiz credibility daffy you can charge more so you make double the amount prophet as well as many more sales. This is an exponentially better business model say an as really critical critical point to me one thing about the market share. I think it's a very good point because abused example Nov baby blanket. That's one product but now my next book will be like a baby pacify. The next one will be a baby <unk> widows but whatever it is. You'll see that I've done this. The first Tom you launch a brand expensive because if you're one facebook ads everything but after launch against cheaper and cheaper and she but because the audience is reading boats up on I don all I'm doing with my audience say baby blankets bobby neck New Orleans well do often often product once a week or send them like a blog author saying top top ten steps to help baby sleep better at not. Week to send them pure contents. We're talking earlier before there will be no just <hes> people are saying is that some thought they are just doing pure contents and not even junior pitches and looks really does again. We do not have the marketing machine every week you send a court cost. Mrs Fiske robbers. They love you you love them and they make the pitch maybe once every every wall and they one moment because they lucky greg absolutely and and again is of facebook marketing and and Chat Bot mocked him growing up really. That's the same kind of thing that you do with email marketing but it's just a different platform. The weird thing is that I think you've just pointed the <hes> in the end platform is powerful and you're a person who's got software specifically built for platform but in the end what Max is the marketing strategy I e number one makes she accosts position of customers is less than your competition because then you can win market share wise things being equal a number to nurture prospects and you know will find the right people. It's the rock the shotgun again at that pay muscle talks about all the time. which is you know the the aim is not to trying to sell to everybody? The thing is as he says the shotgun you need need to read the book as a sales marketing and find out what that's about but basically a few people respond and then they respond democracy and then you get the cheap requisition and and then you just nuts your prospects which most people do most people have an analysis and do nothing with it and then you slam with office when he got Sunday Sal not be guilty in the past yeah yeah exactly likely I mean what do you now like for example. Even with the PLO custodian says just just send them updates for example. Send them an update. When this goes live and CEO I say some fantastic body Saudi from from Paul Harvey's <hes> his is not just value about chat bots bring value than its value about <hes> marketing and Jemma and facebook ads in particular and seeing things going as well and bills Nice Rapport with me and get your name out there and then of course if we make at some point is based on a relationship rather than and just timing up like a friend he wants to when when they need money and borrow money through and then you didn't see them again for months never gonNA create good relationship right so let's let's talk about the actual specifics then of how you use the chapel so we talked about the facebook marketing and so tell me about the chat Bot side of it so what what what are the sort of <hes> mechanics of a channel a funnel that that does this job pretty much think this way right? Is that every Amazon so this should have lock doc elaborate of templates and that's what's the shepherd is because <hes> I mean I love me chats. I Love was touch forms a really do just annoy oy annoyed because every time I wanted to use a platform or flow after crates one headaches rather such thoughts or the templates that you need I was in business is they've already brady so when what I mean by that maybe do a review a crist as a flow Oscar forward you may be when a do certain instructions as as Flynn that maybe when do you an appears frequently brought together with your other competitors as it is a flow for that if you want to maybe and Gamification we create you earn real and the pictures I've seen that in a few fluids with as an extra in creature real wheel of fortune and they add Varroa Shang to that's so sad things you can I do and why I recommend to everyone is a chat bots listen. They really don't trod. Do everything start the beginning. Just get the basics down what people say but Paul I wanNA do rebates now ultimat- The rebates so pay Paul it's automated <hes> when they send the money through everything like no gods goethe automation nation built everything once you have the basics done and went to the basics down you can do so many things opposed uncle with re-teach is a very basic course that's great. He's bicycles but he has some absolutely digits industries. That can't upgrade your current flows in complimented further but basically the only effective if you have the basics down and again I guess me being a former teacher always say just got basics rethink again a mess teacher. The kid doesn't have the voting blocks. Doesn't I understand that that's a nicotine positive <hes> they will fail pretty much host of the best because it's the basics down avoiding blocks they connects you ford well. It's and gentlemen hope you enjoyed that episode with Paul Harvey of Salad Chat Bot Pool First of all I hope you agree now having listened to him is not only expert it but humble and that's a lovely combination because in the world of Amazon particularly people saying software or tactics and this is kind of both the whole Chat Bot plus the tactics tactics around it it really invites the people who are swamped to sell you a cost today for an overpriced number or some kind of software now and then next year they've disappeared because he's old against tens of service or it isn't GonNa last and what I really like about police that he's honest about placing it in context in other words for example chat bots and how it compares with email and give us a flavor of where the bigger context is going with it the fact that facebook pushing for it. He's also prepared to talk about the limitations of it as as well so they say <hes> and it's a bit of a cheesy Cliche but I'm GONNA say anyway. I think it's imported. I didn't care how much you know until I know how much you care. It's cheesy thing but the way of putting it is if you technically competent but not trustworthy or not really got my best interest in heart. I don't WanNa what would you because it's not going to serve me so that's the reason why I'm prepared unhappy to be an affiliate of setup bought and Paul Harvey. I mentioned that because I'm about to suggest that you check out the best stuff <hes> Vigo to amazing F._D._a.. Dot Com slash chat bots C. H.. A. T. B. O._T.. Amazing F._B._I.. Dot Com Slash Chapel Shot Paul then you can get some deals from going through that link <hes> because it's an affiliate link what would happen is that poll would pay me some money for that lead. Should it convert to a new customer and you clients and you would not pay any extra so no obligation on you to do any of that but if you all get him by <hes> chat bots. I said he would recommend Salad <unk> <hes> whoever's linked through because many chat chat fuel all the other ones are very very good chat bots services as Einstein from pool but then not get to these Amazon Salads data's and that's the other thing that if you're gonNA work with somebody using a technical tool you really don't just what the tool you want to know how to use it. I mean somebody could hand me. The world's best handmade a hammer and wonderful gold plated nails thought if I'm having been trained in carpentry. I'm not GonNa make good <hes> furniture so it's not the world's greatest Metropol you get the idea so <hes> one of the things that pull office as well as training and they have gotten advanced training is only four hundred and nine hundred dollars so it's not for people who are superficially interested in but for those who is serious about it. It's really GONNA pay dividends to understand about facebook is chat bots and the optimum ways of setting them up and if he wants to do the four hundred ninety nine dollars training is Stanford Pool at the moment available to nine thousand nine dollars so really worth checking out again amazing F._B._I.. Dot Com Slash Chat Bot <hes> is the best way to go and get that you've got the best deal that way as well so. I'm very happy to throw in bonuses on top of that as well. There's somebody WHO's getting training from pool on. I feel I can add something to the party. Email me with your receipt or some other proof that you bought it. Awesome screen shot and I'm happy to have a chat about how how could support us as the bonus on top of that as well so hope that is all good stuff <hes> whatever else you do. I think you've got to assess <hes> the fact you've got to stay on top of the game with Amazon things always shifting and for the no the moment chat Bot is definitely one of the very powerful weapons in your armory so the very least you should check it out. Even if you'll conclusion dance no this doesn't fit in with our marketing mix right now rather than just turn your back on it out

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Is the old school radio stuff the Radio Theatre? Paul Harvey. Every Paul Harvey I love Paul Harvey. No Paul Harvey Anymore. No one like Paul Harvey Anymore. and. You Know He. Really knew how to tell a story. Paul Harvey did. Is One of those Many. Radio announcers and commentators I wanted to emulate in my life and many people probably guessed that I look up to somebody like rush limbaugh for example. Or barbell of course. There are others that I believe were great. Storytellers and storytelling convey the truth. Her JEFFCO another other words I was a kid I used to listen to her her job coach show I. Don't know if anybody else sister her job. Gobert was everywhere, he was kind of like our bell before art was art. We had her Jeffco I remember listening to tapes of Greece. Man as he tapes of Howard Stern listening to. Say Listen to Oh. Yeah, Long John Nibble to listen to him on tape. then. Of course there's td. Broadcasters and many of us remember that were. Pretty amazing like Walter Cronkite Hugh Downs Bill Curtis it was the great reporters and commentators for the grand data. The mall is my all time favorite radio broadcaster. Oh I can't forget. Orson Welles and are not serving. Orson Welles and Rod Sterling mainly because of the shadow, and wore the world's Rod Sterling of course zero our twilight zone. And then Walter Cronkite of course, and then you downs bill, Kurtis, and then just going down the list and my favorite brand of them. All is Edward, R murrow. and. I always defend myself. When someone says you know? Oh! Clyde, Lewis Bigfoot, guys, the UFO guy. He is mean anything because he's. Out there reporting nonsense. And I haven't seen Edward. R Murrow was considered the best broadcasters of all time, and he reported ufo stories. Here reported bigfoot stories, he reported political stories dabbling conspiracy theory. He did it to illustrate points he did. He did it to show that he was. Relevant to his audience that he knew what they were thinking. He knew what they were going. Through. My Gosh, there was so many things going on at the time. He and wells and basically. You know they have the same prophetic attitude about how the media. and. New reporting could be abused and pushed. into an agenda type of. program. Norton Wells did wore the world's because he said. You know you need to learn that everything coming out of that box, it's not reality. And then of course Murrow in nineteen, fifty eight said, and this is sort of prophetic on his party, said quote for Shirley we shall pay for using this most powerful instrument of communication. To relate. The citizenry from the hard and demanding realities, which must indeed be faced if we are survived now the time row was. About the of broadcast news during a period, where there are only three channels on television, but today we have an increasing endless variety of media resources at a post Internet and posts social media world. And so the dissemination. Of, what can we call lies, falsehoods misinformation disinformation. It's greater than it's ever been right now. And what's scary as well. Everybody points to social media's the the bastion. Of. Misinformation Fall Uis fake news where they were gonNA. Call it. You can point to the mainstream media 'cause they lie to. Their lives are far more. Interesting and intricate than anyone you may see on a mean or something on facebook. Thing. Is that when you have the mainstream news? Bring you crisis after crisis when you have. The Internet bringing close to every crisis in problem in the world that can be exploited by governments. The. Reason why they do that is because they want to remind people that they need big government in what we keep hearing are perilous and trying times. Many, people observed Independence Day. Four July over the weekend without thinking. About social distancing or pandemic, and yet the media proceeded condemn those who wish to celebrate the fourth of July with people. They knew and some didn't. And most of the media's ignoring the fact that in this time at Independence Day that was occurring. It was occurring under the most dictatorial restrictions in the modern era. But anyone who values their liberty has to recognize the great political unleashing. There's occurred this year. It makes a mockery. I believe what independence days about it makes a mockery of what our founding fathers intended. It makes a mockery of everything that is American. Everything. That's an American I mean, even though you're saying well, they're organizing their right to protest, and whatever, but they're not peacefully protesting their demolishing the cities. They're burning onto the ground. Since, independence, day supposed to be gathering together inverting American flags. That's the. Complete and total abstract of what the Independence Day is supposed to be about right. But. It's going on. See the day where they'd say well. Gathering together the burn flags is permitted, but won't be at under you if you go to. A Church and sing praises to God. I want to sound preachy or religious or anything like that, but by damn, it's not equal. There's no equilibrium. There's no consistency. Earlier this year more than three hundred million Americans. Were constrained by stay at home decree by governors and mayors, and these restrictions were justified by mortality predictions from covid nineteen that turned out to be wildly exaggerated, but most of the media has presumed at the dictates were legitimate because they were supposedly based on science and data regardless of pervasive wrongheaded forecast, the Centers for disease. Control estimated last week. The twenty four million Americans may have been infected with Kobe Nineteen Making a mockery of the lockdowns designed to force citizens to pay any price for the slightest potential reduction and infections. I didn't do anything the fourth of July. Really I didn't do a damn thing. And I agreed that with all of the the hoops. We jump through to go to places. The thought of celebrating Independence Day was moot. It wasn't independence. It was nothing about to celebrate. It's kind of like when somebody close to you dies. At Christmas, he kind of figured Christmas is a sad time. Reminds me of that death over and over and over again. Independence Day. I hate to say this, but the fact that he kept his all in lockdown. The fact that kept us all jumping through hoops wearing all they had nothing to do with independence at nothing to do with the spirit of America. You may disagree with me, but I'll tell you i. didn't feel like celebrating the fourth of July because the fourth of July. Nothing to me because of where we are now. And because of the way, we're looking at power down. We allow the power grabs to continue, and we lose our independence. We lose their sovereignty and I know it's coming in six months when they had the great reset. Freedom Democracy! Constitution of it's all going to be a neighbor. Only it's not gonna be something that we're going to revere. In fact, we don't revere now. Most people would be asking about the fourth of July is about they'll tell you they don't even know. Nevertheless, the rockets red glare, the bombs bursting in air continued throughout the weekend. I stayed home and I watched a few. TV shows my extended cable theater. Like I, said I listened to. Older radio broadcasts I read a little bit saw couple of old movies. I watched rogue one from one hundred and some odd time. It's now becoming my favorite star wars movie I swear I will. and. Here's a weird thing ready. I watched a V for Vendetta. and. I don't know why, but it came up in my Netflix Queue. And I thought yeah. I think I'm GonNa Watch this and Liam of course was downstairs. And Liam goes. What is this movie? V for Vendetta. Have you ever watched it and goes no. And I realized the movie came out when he was born. Came out in two thousand six, and so he was. You know that's fourteen years ago. He's fourteen now. He doesn't even know what movies about. So I sat him down. Hey, let's you when I watched this movie. This movie came out when you were born. As he was watching it, he said wow. He goes like this film looks like it was made just yesterday. It was almost like what's going on in the movies. What's happening now? Why noticed it, too. I noticed it too, and I was watching. That's. Unbelievable I forgot. That this is this film seemed so prophetic I didn't even realize prophetic at the time. Act Two thousand six. I'm twenty sixteen. I'm sorry, two thousand six, and then you know it's supposed to be set in the year two thousand twenty. Really I found that out I was looking it up and it says they're setting for the film. Was Twenty twenty and I began to notice so many uncanny coincidence in the film that I saw in a whole new way. And maybe and here's the thing I found out to. That apparently. On Net flicks the minute cove nineteen came out contagion went up and ratings. Everybody was renting contagion and watching contagion net flicks. If for some odd reason, the algorithm push the idea vivre data on people, so I guess I watched me for vendetta because the algorithms directed me to it. And I don't know how that happened. But it did and I'm damn. Glad I did because I got a lot to say about it. It's amazing I. mean be vendetta came out. You know. came out a while ago. Came on two thousand six. And it supposedly. WAS, set in the year twenty twenty and it was Liam my son. Who pointed out to me, he says wow. This is like it was done just yesterday. And so I now there's something about it. I WanNa see the comparisons and share them with you and some other things to pretty good programming revolution the all that stuff I'm Clyde Lewis, and you just listened to a segment of ground zero in order to access the complete archive shows and podcasts you sign up on our secured server at aftermath dot media. 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Episode 141: Withholding Judgment

Be Great TODAY - Weekly Inspiration

00:00 sec | 6 months ago

Episode 141: Withholding Judgment

"Welcome to be great. Today we can start your week. I'm Jonathan Bloom or Bradley Sparks Band in the world of warcraft. Today the idea of withholding judgement I was playing watercraft as playing my Paladin the powder and has disability called judgment. It's an ability that sends out the shield and it's good for taking down range enemies to a faraway. I've made a phrase when I'm waiting to use the skill called withholding judgement and they've got the idea of withholding judgement in our own lives can like withholding judgement until more formation withholding judgement. We understand that person perspective. There have been times. I've been quick to judge somebody either. An an appearance of what the act was and I had this hot. Take as you will and then I realized that after I had the hot take. Oh there is more vision than I had needed. Sometimes people our love and grace and arguments. I find this to withhold judgment until I know what is the issue truly about might as a phrase the fights never really what the fights really about. I remember this one time I was at a coffee shop and I was having an issue with my phone and the rest of asking for more money and I was just starting to like tense up now. The BRISA and I wasn't angry at the money. There is things happening in my life. And my family's that that was getting to me. I find that situation can be more intricate. Take face value. We've all seen the story on social media. That at the beginning. Looks like her than you look into like. Oh there's a lot more to the story that I saw in that quick soundbite that quick video that was put out there. We take what someone does or says and make a snap judgment so this we encourage us to think through situations that we are in unless tried to avoid a hot take a snap judgment on what's happening maybe withhold judgment until we get a little bit more information on what's going on and then once we have the information then we can pass judgment on what's going on. It's definitely thinking that I've been working on in my life. I probably know all the information. It's like Paul Harvey used to say and now you know the rest of the story. Thank you for listening to this. Week's be great today. I always hope that this brings us a little bit more of an inspiration in some way and my goal is something that I'm working through. This week is something that can hopefully help you in your week. You can find the show at inspirational. Podcast DOT COM. They can find past episodes Ellsworth. Find this show come to you every single week. Next be awesome. This show is brought to you by Dragon Powell Studio podcasts. To make your week better remember to smile and be awesome. Find More AT DRAGON POWERED STUDIO DOT COM.

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3/29/19: Heigh-Ho, Motherf*ucker!

Morning Mantra

09:20 min | 1 year ago

3/29/19: Heigh-Ho, Motherf*ucker!

"It's almost time minute venture will be rolling out very soon. Check us out WWW dot fitness protection dot com, again, that's WWW dot fitness protection dot com. Yes. Rise and shine. I've always held such fun as for that sweet old phrase as though we're all little sons as though we are all someone's day. Hi, this is coach Jim K. And this is the morning mantra. Hi, my name is m K Flint. I'm Ren coach based in Denver, Colorado. But this isn't a podcast about running. Exactly don't tell my clients, but we're never really talking about the running. When you know crap testing event is coming it helps heaven mantra to keep you centered and focus I should move through. You don't have to be an athlete to be hashtag coached and loved by coach MK. And if you are here, then you are hashtag winning at life. Well, here's a I my husband brought the mail in today. Hands me an envelope. It is the cutest baby announcement I've ever seen with the manager request on the back. Coach K. Thank you for guiding me through this pregnancy, you coach and love like a rockstar. Why thank you currently. I'm not running but working on Steph in PT. I yes for good decisions. I thank you for the wisdom and patience to do that. And I'm looking forward to getting some miles when I'm ready and the endless snow stops. Do you have a mantra for someone who is exhausted from work lack of sleep and the stress of the farm slash agricultural economy. But who also holds a lot of hope for the future. Aka may. Thank you again for what you do. And who you are. Well listener, you're lovely. I absolutely adored that card. I'm going to put it in a folder with all the other really amazing cards. I give from you guys. 'cause all of these just like, oh, they keep me going. So the man trim that I really chose was profane to be perfectly honest with you here because I have this analytical tool that tells me that my most downloaded mantras ever what they all have in common is the word motherfucker shockingly NAMA statement of the fucker is a runaway first place with well over four thousand downloads. So I was going to go with high home of the fucker. And then I realized that song is the when. Hi, ho. Hi, ho, it's own through we go. I thought it was it's off to work we go. But it's actually it's home from work. We go from Snow White and the seven doors. The reason I like throwing that in there because it is hashtag fierce Friday. And there's something about channeling your inner Samuel L Jackson that makes you feel powerful. No motherfucker. Hi, ho motherfucker, anything come a motherfucker spoken with gusto. Suddenly makes that thing you're about to do a little more interesting, and you feel a little bit more in control of it. But would you come home you come home to a farm? So we're never ends. And you have a baby at that worked. Never ends. So looked around. I'm sure you've heard that poem. In God made a farmer. I loved it. That was a Paul Harvey speech that was used a Dodge Ram commercial sev- several years ago. But the one you might not have heard in the one that feels like it might be a little more proof reate right now. So God made a farmer's wife. Which is not demeanor diminish. What you do in any way. But you said you go to work. Some I'm guessing that the work you do is not physically located on farm. And on the ninth day. God looked down on his plan paradise and said the farmer needs a caretaker so God made a farmer's wife. God said I need somebody willing to get up before dawn feed the farmer work all day in town, come home to work alongside former make separate and then go to town and stay past midnight at a meeting of the school board. So God made a farmer's wife. I need somebody with arms strong enough to keep up with the farmer. Get gentle enough to cuddle a newborn baby somebody to run for parts help in the fields move trucks deliver meals look at the farmer looking in the eyes until him. I love you and the life we've built and made it so God made a farmer's wife. God said I need somebody willing to sit up all night with their newborn baby and raise them, right? I need somebody who can use a wrench and know where to find it doesn't mind getting dirty who can remove stains and keep the house clean and who planning time and harvest season will finish her forty hour week by Tuesday, noon, then paint pain from town job taking care of the kids fieldwork and put in another seventy two hours. So God made a farmer's wife. God had to have somebody willing to cancel appointments and change plans and be ready in a minutes notice in yet will never stop and complain about this way of life Seagal made a farmer's wife. God said, I need somebody strong enough to clean out bins, and he bales yet gentle enough to raise kids and bottle feed. Calves intended, the house who will drive the tractor and pray to God about the weather. It had to be somebody who'd be able to handle the house and field work nut cut corners, somebody to cede we'd feed breed and wash and dry and cook and clean and remember scheduled events and feed the farmer and stock the cupboards and finish your hard week's work with the five mile drive to church somebody who Bela family together with the soft strong hands of sharing who had laughing inside. And then reply with smiling is when her daughter says she wants to spend her life doing what mom does. So God made a farmer's wife. In that. Nice. I can't even take credit for that. That is written by Christy on a blog for Lottner farms. So. Yeah, there you go. It's hard to come up with the pithy mantra that's gonna make you anyone wanna do all that is. Oh my God. This is a lot of work. It's hard. Mommy is hard working as hard adulting is hard. You've just added like the fifth dimension of farming to that pile of never ending responsibility. Yeah. You without you, though, doing your thing. I would not have insta- cart insecure would have nothing to deliver to me. So I thank you for your service in all everybody listening. I assure you does as well. But in those moments when you just don't want to go home because going home means more work than what you have going on at the office. Maybe that's the right time to get a little profane. Maybe that's the right time to look in the mirror and say, Hello motherfucker. And then go home to a little more work. It's not easy. Nothing is at all. But you really are doing God's work. I sincerely hope it's worth it. And if not we're going to start sending all the appreciation are we possibly can muster your way, we need you. Thank you for your service, high home the factor. It's Friday weakened wide open the head of this. Let's go. 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More Sox Scandal

The Kirk Minihane Show

00:00 sec | 9 months ago

More Sox Scandal

"Actually a good move. But I wouldn't mind a little bruce. Kick me off. Let me think 'cause maxine a good goon mood today. Good good good good good good move. I love watching us. Orgainzation burn itself to the ground. God I watch the Red Sox each shit and be destroyed in awe. I can't wait to just going to be a fucking pile on these assholes today. I cannot wait oh at the trade him. I'll breakdown though we'll get buster only on the breakdown particularly the trailer in just a few minutes hold on for a second Mike Upbeat Bruce let me think you make me feel good. Let's go out in the street. How about that one? I don't think I've heard go back to the river days. This go all the way back to the one thousand nine hundred eighty five year old Kirkman and even though Bruce Springsteen was at that point my life was empty without him. What did you learn about Bruce? The love boat was still hidden on. ABC things are different. Ronald Reagan was president. People want ripping up those were the days ripping up a state of the union speeches people. These women were wearing white. Aw Yeah I talk to your best first Right who writes all the in hoping that. Oh but you'll goud time if you go. Steve O the old colleague in my the form and calls when no the girl I'm put off. Awesome Sir Tozbey. Raping in men. The Red Sox fucking ask the hard myself and they in theory no doubt down here. John Mendel I'm good uh-huh Oh God do I love. Oh I can't tell you how much I love. The Red Sox being the biggest fucking joke of all time. I mean whatever they say the Mookie Betts. Okay they did. That's that there are. They traded to black players. What do you mean shift at a town makes it a little suspicious trying to get more white here? What's exactly what they're trying? Yeah I know I mean do they bring in any Gentleman caller. I'm not sure now I do. Hope based on a text you said this morning. I hope you're not about to do something dumb. What do you mean and bill? The RED SOX out here. Why is that? I'm just saying you know the second. You mention a certain something then. They're off Scot free. No one's ever going to look into it. That's true. ooh I guess I have to admit Magin like John Henry. There must be some nicer generates Linda. I just just not not tonight. I don't just leave me alone. I'm only a man. Can we just talk. We talk about stuff we talk about. What's going on in this country right now on now? I know I know you want this fucking massive cock idea Dan but Linda. Let's let's let's I mean human being you might say these he may. What's Jerry's take on the whole thing was in the clubhouse the Trade Henrik boys for years protective? Tom Yawkey was pick young boys for years and was protected by Tom. Yawkey wait a minute. That's a big. Everyone hates Jerry. Not as much as me thinks somebody will go after Jerry for that. Coveted missions that confession right power globe. Jesus what else from yesterday. I stevie Z.. Stuff boyfriend inside so bought. That's why that's why he's being protected. Yeah I didn't even you think of that that's not a good thing destroys fam- well was I right Jerry. True right right right right right right. And he's so easy wants to out there so badly burned with something like that. You're you're what what'd you say Cherry not the time. Why is Jerry being? They get your favorite cafe Jerry perfectly also because the sound quality so bad and that one for some is that from the legacy place Jason. I think it's from a periscope. But they did they come up like how does that work. Obviously you can't do a whole shows. I said before like unless you're a man you have to come up for air. What did they do? How did they do that? Big Heaping pile of Shit. We've called that's ridiculous. In different. Bruce talked about in Kansas. They speak loud enough that the well. I'm sure Jerry will be very good on this today as well as my my my brother I shot a per second would you. Ah I tell you Tommy. I'm on ninety three chess. Whole haven't been in the room for you for for twenty five minutes share bitch? Jeez calmed down net fighting asshole in the world. A LOT OF JERRY drought. Who'd you say? What Steve's dream see with luxury Jerry because Jerry is going to break down the tight end like he loves doing the DINO move like okay I? She's actually listen yesterday for the first time in a while. Just having a chance to the red sox is like the Red Sox truck is moving out beginning but the only truck that people care about. There's one parked in front of one Thomas. Brady's house what is going on as I come on. How can you not listen to that? They will be like. The Red Sox fans are ripping up their tickets and Nancy's wrapping up the speech. Here we go right or do you think that's pretty good. It's poetic so we'll do that quickly. Vegas 'cause I'm dying to get to this red sox stuff and you know me I don't care about the trade and we'll get the I can't wait to talk about the other stuff Steve First of all happy birthday. Thank you happy thirty first birthday. That's true yes no. It's not but yes it's true. It's true you were born. This is what he says on paper picture on twitter. Shave you dressed up in the outfit for my bollock lava my the facemask yes. It's your ball of lava away. Pollock Lava Ball Club. Okay is that. Is that what you mean wearing their. Yeah it's pretty pretty standard ice fishing where is terrifying for the people at home. Bala L. A. Club is obviously. I know obviously it's the mask you put over your head like a bank robber mouth but it's like a ski mask Yes protects your cheeks and whatever Gajah. What's what's up for birthday today? We're off to the you take off today right. Yeah I'm driving north. I'll be working you excited. I am yeah go on a fishing trip. Okay you sound excited. It's your birthday. You texted me. I know you give me the floor is yours on your birthday. For a couple of old school Steve Robinson Oh boy s e right wing Howie Carr impeach between Howie Carr today. It's the you and I never met. Right Steve Yes. You're filling in how he says you know. Got The flu that they can't do it today. The great things happen Steve Robinson what am I hearing today at two o'clock on on well versed I'd say is that this is probably the best state of the Union speech I've ever seen. It was very good. I think this is the peak of trump's presidency right now because he's coming in as Democrats are in disarray. They can't even get together true and and he's going to be acquitted today of impeachment. This is probably the best week of his presidency. And it's happening just at the right time. He needs to happen. He spent the first fifteen or twenty minutes of the speech. Just bludgeoning Democrats with good economic news and they looked like complete astles because you're sitting there on their hands while he's talking about record. Low Unemployment for African Americans for the disable tables and it was it was. It was a very powerful. I part of the speech powerful. It was it was it was full. Political wasn't wasn't emotional It became the economic news. Wasn't emotional but I think one thing that he did is he basically escalated. What Obama turn the state of the Union address into the Obama? Turn it into reality television where you bring different people in props but being reality television star. He totally won anything. That's ever been done as as far as the rush thing. I don't even think that wasn't even the biggest thing I know that. That's designed to appease the base and the drug that the former drug either who stood up and wave yeah. I thought that that was that was a great military I thought the bringing in one Guido the legitimate president of Venezuela I mean. That's that's huge. That's more significant. Finished talking introduced introduced in the this guy. One what's his name One Way to one guy that was introduced him gives them the speech again. A big standing ovation of course at that point the Democrats also have to stand up. I like with everyone sustained up and the Democrats like pretend popping I. I love the whole every everyone acting. Everyone in that room is playing a character. It's it's it's a very strange piece of political insanity. Everyone in the room is acting everyone. Nobody's that upset. Nobody's happy in the the the. The Democrats made a pledge. They were going to the women wearing white. Because of like which McCall suffrage. Yeah the voting which is very similar and they also we're going to all the Democrats male female we're GONNA have the same sour look at our face. Time led by Nancy who's able manager tort her face somehow sucking sucking on her dentures. There's like working with Dana. I can hear that is she was. She was occasionally just like talking. Yeah Oh just you just rambling. Nonsense staring is not a crowd. There's no Mike Mike Coupla unlike football games everyone should be miked up for that occasionally. She was talking to yourself. Maybe she was talking to Mike Pence but now finish can be next to her. Because there's other people in the room right. I think you might have gotten special permission first. It looks like you hate to say it. It'll be on the brain last. He did he actually. I think he was there sitting there. Thinking this Ah I've just secured my first term as president of the United States. So you just thinking about about that trailer for fast and furious nine John Cena. She's been banged beefy. He I was thinking about like Like you know he's doing this because it's not couth anymore. But he was just like you know. Get My mitts. Guess who's the hottest chick right now. The whole thing is head like Alexander Dario. He's he's still like the older. That's always thinking of a pulse through smoke shows of the. That's exactly so Also thought there are two other good moments. I forget the floors. And this is your day by the We'll rip the Red Sox here. In a moment he calls up to mend his waylon guy and then they give them the big applause and then it stops. He sits down and trump turns a Gaza one. I want everyone your country so they were in. America is rooting for you. Whatever talking about why meantime kind of like a bond villain what? Yeah what are they good. Look I like him. I find that trump more offensive than anything like pandering trump. I find and much more offensive than that. I watch pandering gets in trouble. I watched the whole thing I was like I love. I can't help. I will not go form. Because he's he's not a good human being. Yeah but an friends family. So it's hard for me to say that that's right but if he didn't want this fucking guy to be President United States and you're in this business get the fuck out of this business. I'm serious you know down the everyone. They'll raise them out. They wanted to be reelected. What are they gonNa do it frigging Liz Elizabeth? Warren's president he's going to be one day the space force if Liz worn on the space what is wrong with him. I think it's important. I think we do need to honey for Christ sakes think differently. If all of our satellites were taken out by China Russia I would so then he gives the Presidential Medal of freedom. Okay to rush last tonight. That's a band. But yes rush rush rush. Limbaugh is special man beloved by millions of Americans who just I received a stage for advanced. Cancer diagnosis is comprised. Almost this is not good news the winter that you will ever meet the true rush limbaugh thank you for your decades tireless devotion. It should not good news clo. Call it a standing ovation last night for rush I know now. And he's he actually actually. He looks pretty healthy. He looks like he's lost weight. That's because he has cancer. Steve Yeah no but I mean my mom is ninety in two thousand nine hundred ninety pounds a year. He didn't he didn't look like cancer thin. He looked cancer within the meals. Yes I mean I you know. I hope I hope he does well. You're wearing this cancer very very slimming. Let's wait rush. What have you been doing? Your appetite is what's your. What's your secret chemo? Raleigh still looks thin cancer. meow rush you stevie. Step wander around them. I you know cancer wards and be like. She's what's what how do you do it. Is this idiot so Ao seve course immediately gets in the high horse. Yes who am I going to say. This is so pathetic I would rip. There's a difference between me and most people I would rip fucking Republicans in Shelby shot for the state of the Union. So dumb to show up if you don't make a presentation I haven't heard what's her Faiza. Lisa and Presley didn't go right Presley didn't go. I think received until he walked out right. They walked out now now that I thought she's going to walk out at one point last night. Which Ruben awesome tumble soldiers fallen down you get you look at that stage? Donald Trump. Nancy Pelosi Mike Pence people running for President Biden Warren Bernie. And they're all they're all young. Let's get rid of these whites. All these fucking embarrassing people would it be too much to ask for president that has real teeth Uh a breeze got real teeth writer. I don't know there's Liz That's another good question. I'm not sure Biden definitely doesn't know Biden's buy into more plastic surgery than Nancy. I think I mean Nancy has had a lot of surgeries doddering old. How old is she? She's gotTa be seventy eight seventy nine. She's one of are those people where he doesn't have an age now she's had so much surgery seventy nine years you know she doesn't. She was born in one thousand nine hundred forty eight thousand forty. She just looks like Nancy. Pelosi like buying it. Yeah I don't know why I mean the face just gets tighter and harder for women. I respect that but you know it's like why it's okay the little old. You're not an actress interests. I guess while yes she is but there is a thing where maybe not as much now but like Hillary Clinton's appearance will get trashed. So Lewis. Kinda you know what I mean. They feel like they have to do something. Komo big Big Willie Colon credit the other day man we talked about Liz. Oh and I brought up on the radio man did he. Did he bring up some good points I think he came back down. He said you know Kirk. I could could go after you. But we're buds now off the air anyway so so ao. See the the thing that Russia last thing I got right yes and Deniro and all tiger woods and nobody we did the okay so he just a WHO gives a fuck well. Yeah I mean well except when Brusca I guess but yeah well it's the highest civilian honour. Yeah but you can just give it to a celebrity like a real civilian got it. I would say well but what do you mean by that. Gets cancer gets an award. Tom Hanks gets it. Doesn't change your life life with you. He's still pissed. That cosby hasn't gotten one yet. I think you should have then. He did he. Did I find it hard to believe that. He didn't get my my point. I mean he was the most famous looking some of the ones who have one here. He thinks cosby. I haven't seen it's Harvey's turn for some Tawdry Star back on Joe Biden. I'm Tony Blair. Bill Cosby did get one. See things aren't so bad after all they built. It was going to say that those are bill. COSBY's a law who gave it to them Bush and a boy See here SPA. Exports for instance. You know Should the MAGGIO got one. Should petty got one Well the module fighting a war now he did but like barely out. It's actually Richard. Ben Kramer wrote a Great Book About Tamasha Probably Twenty years ago that really destroyed the myth and like he was so different it was interesting like the perception of Ted Williams while they were active of people again you know his players and even after waves was curmudgeonly. asshole right Joe Dimaggio was his classy figure. In Ted Williams was was a legitimate or hero. Yeah like I mean top you know George. Bush senior the greatest pilots ever seen and he went went back and we fought two wars. Ted Williams missed six years of his life to fight Moore's and was just one of the greatest pilots of all time. Dimaggio like was it had to be dragged to go enlist and then just play baseball. Like he didn't fight again they would have these traveling sort of entertainers like you know. While they were in the war he did a lot of that and he was just a fucking asshole. Seems like more of a Hollywood. Kinda Guy Prick like you in the great book. A Great Book Grey Book Ginger I'm looking at some of these silly winners here. was the Would that be under media. I guess I'm looking for it as a category for television as a category for radio. Television here are you on Wikipedia. Yes I'm blind. What's going on but you know you look at some of these people so play? Oh here. Go Radio Paul Harvey Go. Yeah Paul Harvey is now the rest of the stories at the and that man's name I mean Jesse Jackson has one so it's a high high honor most of the Paul Paul Harvey. My Dad is a kid. In that point was a syndicated. Ever listen to Paul Harvey the rest of the stories. The I've heard bits from youtube and they would just be these things until these long stories at the end always be in that man's name was Jerry Lee Lewis. It was always just like it was Simpson's at once but it was always like this long long. We always been my dad go. Wow we just drive on like wow. I didn't know that my grandfather used to listen to it in the mornings and I thought it there's always Paul Harvey right at the end. I'm like oh he's finally telling. The rest of the story is heaving five Paul Harvey Johnny Carson has one bow. Of course it should have one good Paul Harvey Good Day. I think that's what he said at the end Ellen has won. I mean you know this. Is You know he's a great American. You Talk Fuck you ever have it on vibrant. Yeah I like it though. Don't you do something my fault. The mini vans call me every time during the show. I mean this is your fault I had. I had to turn it up on the board so I could play hero. Cereal see you. Oh you play Paul Harvey them here. Paul refers all right. Do you want bad news in America from Paul Harvey. Yeah Twenty dollars say Paul Harvey. Good day I guess what he said the wasn't and now the rest of the story. That's the only remember Paul Harvey Good Day. I Paul Harvey Good Day on Youtube Right here. Here St Paul Harvey Good Day Mr Doing this kirk name. ooh Not Harvey and this is I the one that you were talking. I don't know what it was. I don't have the ability to listen to stuff beforehand. and Christ. Hello Americans is Paul Harvey all Harvey Day. That's all I wanted to hear Paul Harvey Gadhafi and now the rest of the story and that man's is name was Lloyd Bridges All right so the. AFC skips out last night. Right Taos skips all last night and then does this weird selfie video. That's not did you watch Steve. Would you think I mean she was trying to go over the top and reacting to it but then she's like and I can't believe that they would just give him a medal right there during the state of the Union speech as opposed opposed to having its own ceremony like. She's she thinks it's racist and objectionable that it gets the metal but then she's like Melania gives it to them right there. It's very strange. We played or not. But she's rambling and talking about says she is pretending to be everyone's pretending. Latch the fucking bunch of actors. Just we also just seems very high school to make a statement by not going going in and go. Hey guys I'm not there. For their protests you know I mean should should be deficit rush. Limbaugh get this thing probably not probably not I mean Ellen Degeneres got one right presidents presidents use it to show their values send a message to their supporters. And I wasn't sure at the left. She's right that he did play Bass. That's I mean. Who would deny that no one? It hasn't played the Union. I would say that. She sort of painters who are basis. Well Oh yeah ripping up in the AFC video. She puts out or isn't without. They're all doing yes. Of course source what's in any update Nihilo by the way. No they've I think they've got something now. Sixty two this morning went up all of that. Yeah I haven't seen a fair our four. Yeah may he may still successfully stolen it from the big one. That's big one. That's now when you know you detract. Vote that's true. He was very angry. Coin flipping going weird scene. Understand any jobs when it comes down to a tie in the caucus they settled by a coin flip. The coin flips didn't look on the level. Equiano put to rest these tweets for kids. Come up and say things to these things are not happening right. I thought it was so exaggerated that I thought the tweet I thought it was. I got tricked I thought hoodwinked I some fake accounts. I do believe in walkers tweet the one he he put out yesterday snake or something. There's there's also was a Chris Murphy. Started the whole thing. I don't know because the recent wave pre said that his his son or son came up and said why are they talking about healthcare when the world was on fire. Yeah I gotta say like. I wouldn't do it the double standard I wouldn't do it decay because my daughter if Harry Sodomy. I might consider hitting him. I would never have tobacco. Well I might have to. Let's say your mouth shut you know to to soften these kids anyway. You saw the smartest eh mouth off exposed. You're hot chocolate spill. Now what's local. But I mean you know. Stop using these kids props the fuck would you jon. Benet Ramsey parents doing the idea that an eleven year old is like. You know this healthcare. What are we all going to be fully insured a ball and bounce it? If you don't go play a video game go. This live life from the book I do. I do have to say pardon me Kinda believes that just in this day and twitter instagram and all that shit like they might be like. Wow why why. Don't we offer health insurance so they grabbed Pelosi right as she's leaving the chamber and this is what she says to reporters what yeah trump's speech tonight toward up trying to find one eye toward WanNa hear my. I don't WanNa hear Marjorie here. It's it's trying to find something to stay. I saw rush limbaugh quarry. I look at what I don't what she would. She's trying to prove there. I have no idea you child. She's they may she. She's ever getting the props that she won't she needs from her base. You know the media. CNN MSNBC celebrating fucker. They're gonNA vote. They're sharing around that little. Oh picture like Oh Nancy Pelosi slade. I mean I I saw she kept looking over to that side during the rolling or is just like you. You know this guy's going to win again. Then you can have four more years. Might take away from last night. Four more years and then even what chilling is pence is going to be president and gay men in America. POOR JERRY YOU'RE GONNA be locked up under his eye and he is. He's going to because everything he does is so terrible. Like I tore up the state of the Union. Every fucking thing to be a controversy or can we let the Guy Slam Komo stands up with applause for things. She's agree agrees with doesn't the things she disagrees with it shakes trump's hand at the end says. Hey He made some good points. I really disagree with a a lot of other things I you know. I don't support him as president. That doesn't work. It doesn't work people. They have white-hot hatred and they wanna see it reflected in the political leadership of the Democrat Party but I will say it short-term a success for her ripping it up long term. It's going to be in so many different ads. You'll see military all these reunited for trump young that Tony guy brought off the streets and thank you own job. Then it's going to be Nancy. Pelosi rep the speech right. Oh it's it's it's candy for them but you know I don't know. Trump did not shake her hand last night. Yeah I looked at the video. It could have been might have been intentional because they know they haven't talked something something exactly. It was kind of turning already so we might not have seen it common. I mean he was getting ready to hit a grand slam. You know he did grandson. Grand Salaam was the best possible state of the Union he could have given in that moment. Well he deviate from the script Doug Him that actually could use a little bit more agree. I don't I don't want I want trump to rant and rave save last night I I wanted him to just look over at the Democrats while they're all sitting on their hands during you know he says something about low African American unemployment. I wanted to just look over and be like really. You can't stand for that but they won't but they'll spend it's all spin anyway. There you go with that now. I want to get to the stuff I get to hear. I though are great. Friends are back this week. 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What's the really hardcore? Religious people are hoping they always say this day the Lord comes back and takes us with him The one live on earth anymore because paradise is you know better. I'd like to have met a WASCO. I sure that's going to be our Sunday yet. Any amount of WASCO updates here the snow the forecast. Well why don't we. Why don't we call an expert for that look? Steve warned me about this morning. Yeah you guys you guys might WanNa make adjustments on early. Can why spend on Saturday. I think almost be better off. It sounds like I think you will be sounds like it's going to be more. It's a Friday night phenomenon. Um Yeah so heroin venture for anyone could try and go to Mike in the minimum. That's what it's all about though isn't it it is I think this is what most people are going. Absolutely everyone seems very excited. Saturday's kind of an afterthought Trotha go. That'll be nice to that. I completely agree. Yeah the last eight with Steve. Hi Ed this is Steve from the Kirkman Manhattan. No no no no no no no. I want to call the supermarket. Fuck until she wanted to call a go. Go go go go playing this Eh. Go fucking look at the weather. We'll we'll call you back you've been knocked out. Fuck what's wrong with you. WanNa hear Minnow Minnow. Am I wrong Mike. That's what I was hoping. He's expecting our call. This time ticket is put Kirkman the handle freedom. Now she here today. You know who was speaking to stacey cheese. Well we talked to yesterday. This is the Kirkman the hand show were a podcast. Oh that's your name. Oh thanks for the different name but was named stacy that changes everything Stacy Stacey. Are you sure that your name you lying you lying to us yesterday. Stacey no give me some weather updates and charm coming. I know I'm concerned now. How much can they get? Eight eight four. I'm I guess cheeses. Oh when is the prime. Where do you driving from? Every also first of all coming from all over the country flying in but most people coming from the New England boss. Mary driving up for the weekend and Monday they do well. So it's a long story so they're gonNA do some ice. Fishing is I said with our producer Steve Roberts who's from the main area the DC sleuth. And then they're going to use some ice fishing and then we're going to a live. Show at the Lakeview restaurant a live presentation of our podcast. Which of course you and your husband are invited to? That's going to be Saturday night. Okay yes will you be excited. You're yes now stacy what's going on. What's wrong with your life? 'cause I yeah. This is a prank call. We wouldn't do that. Stacy did you do a basic. The basic google search search by name. And you'll see what's going on. I did I did I did. Of course what would you say yeah. It's legit thank you. Okay thank you stacey. You're a fan of the show. Now yes you know I never why do you listen to you. Do you live in Moscow. Yeah okay so So it sounds like most of the snow is going to be Friday night into Saturday though now like overnight overnight Thursday night starting Thursday mostly Friday all day Friday. That's could be tough for the people driving up there but but they'll make it up there hardy hardy bunch but I mean the guy so used to snow. That'll be ploughed properly. That's not going to be a big issue right like nothing. Close down over here. You'll be open. Yeah Yeah we'll be open okay. What else is going on? What's new in the world is Stacey in the last twenty four hours? We are not much nothing. Would what time what time to shift into the three thirty three thirty. What's going on after that Well Cook Supper Air my family. Okay kids ads and everything. I have two kids to college. Oh okay I have two kids. My daughter turns thirteen next week. So okay so oh so. You're going to be this. I'm telling you the people love you. Now you're going to be a star. Are you planning on Tan this Saturday night. Okay you're going to be there. Yeah I'm GonNa Talk to my husband and I think he's off. We're trying to either. Your husband's name Bruce Bruce Okay yeah it's my favorite singer. Bruce springsteen what is what is Bruce. Do for a living Were at the customs. Oh okay sorry okay. Excellent excellent gas. Smith's country cheese. I'll handle the Mike. Don't you worry about just curious. That's my that's my co host Soy Psychic Mike. He's legally blind What do you think that laughing space? It's very funny. I like we say so. You're working tomorrow. We're GONNA check weather. Update okay okay okay. So how did I. I said Bruce and the kids for me all right okay. Good bye now my house. The PAC- I'm supposed to tell grocers to start carrying Smith States the first one we talked. Although we're there at who visited her name is Stacey. BASIE Steve I swear. She said Mino- unless unless she said in a comedy of errors as we heard her. Say me no or it could be I guess definitely be it. I don't know turns into like an old you know who's on first all right. Well now legitimately concerned with the weather. Even Stacey seemed a little slowing from Thursday evening on all day Friday potential for some accumulation there but this is what this is what we knew this could happen with the likes of Justin and Kevin from Bristol. Commun- dreaming I think we're going to be driving a blizzard with Justin and ward. Yeah it's GonNa take you a long time. I mean if you get out of your ten thirty yeah you should be all right. I would think how what's the weather like for for our call up call it. who is Ed? Ed is a Urologist who easy jackass there early Have you ever met him or not. Steve It's one of the we had you ever met fucking worst. John Grisham Ed. Oh La okay. Not great sounds like a real professional. So we're gonNA whether man who wh wh what are your credentials are a bachelors of science it download in Vermont. Boy over knocked over shakeouts. He's tied at squirts water at you. It's like the old days. Have Willard Scott wish people one hundredth birthday. You can wish vivas hundredth birthday today. It's full circle. How long does he this year? Steve Claims to be thirty one. He claims to be thirty one years old thirty one years. Are you an actual meteorologist. We'll just in the state of Maine. I not remember actually living in Florida from New England. Originally yes all right so walk me through what I what we we just talked to stacy. WHO's down the ground that matter WASCO What's the name of the Supermarket Parody Parody supermarket? She thinks she looks like she. said it's GonNa be you know eight to fourteen inches all day. Friday so is that what you're seeing or no. Yeah so I think hers as looking pretty crappy a lot of snow and it's really just GonNa continue right through Thursday night into Friday but how but if you're going up like Friday afternoon ish does the worst over at that point. No I don't think so. I think action going up ninety five really icy Portland to probably about Bangor and then you get north of there and it's just going to be snowing about Saturday Saturday morning issues and over that point yes yup. I think we're going to be Cold and windy okay. That's fine so it's Kinda what you wanted wanted to inconvenience window after. What kind of wind speed do you think we're going to have to WASCO? I can tend to fifteen miles an hour but when you combine it with a temperature temperature at let's see what time did you guys say you're starting seven. Am Seven Am Sunrise Five degrees yes. Yes yes this is what this is. What the mid offense wanted? We wanted to put them through hell to enjoy as I would say. Go through Hell to heaven. Evan and to enjoy the live show on Saturday nights. and Are you going to be there. I am not unfortunately I can't make that's fine. You beat the Wilbur. I bet is a possibility said okay. I can only get so excited mike either. You don't want fifty six and sunny although it's fun in that I guess that's true but I was hoping for a little slightly warmer. I was here in Twenty S. Which would have been nice no I I think you're going to be I mean during the day you're you're probably looking at? That's a pro focus jockstrap. I I liked you by Mike. Hold on your back. So what's the gun to your head. Okay your total accumulation in this storm in the town of out of town which will be giving me the key to the town on Saturday night. Total accumulation please toby. We'll go with off teams in total lockstep art at thanks. We'll talk to you update here. Maybe tomorrow Thursday. Thanks or no tomorrow if they both say it then It Holy Shit Steve Concern. Now it's shaping on whether side to be a disaster going to cancel the trip. Now no no Stephen Devote their what does he care if we bad drives. These wants to get away. He's going to beat it up. I'll be going through bad weather as well driving up Thursday. I'll be driving through some of the worst of it join leave. Why don't you leave today? I am Oh you say. Hey you're gonna be but you're going to be kind of in a good spot I'll be able to. I had started saying. Yeah a little bit. Pickups appointments to make along the way up cheeses and beans in dogs maybe beans and we need such demand. Men GotTa see my dog man. Anyway we've got you got. I'll miss him but I won't miss them aside. I think it's almost certain the fans going to die. Now yes correct. Yes which makes it great if you had to pick a minivan to die which one would be male. ooh I love them all. I like I said the ones I hate I love. I can't I don't WanNa know who do you think is the worst survival instincts. No not who do you want to die. Well I gotta say like they Warthog Mike. Justin car get stopped. I mean that's going to be a pathetic. The best case scenario or car you taking I think justice. What kind of car is that bill for bad weather? I'm sure no I assume it. S Four wheel drive now in all the healthy survive. I love them all. I'm kidding I But this is I mean this is now that's one drive. Yeah it is yes in the blizzard. Yeah the speed limits so I think up to seventy five north of Bangor. You totally going to be going forty five. You told us once you get there Leonard Rip you can buy you gotta be careful. Flynn inclement weather conditions so I would even I mean so if a minute fan I mean. I think I'll play leaving early Friday anyway. I guess you just got take time. Yup Okay we're not getting any of this storm. Are we down here. I think it's going to be raining. Okay if they're all Friday essentially leave Thursday night if they're gonNA suck on Thursday though to live up there it's like four nights that up there I mean I now. Here's I'm usually usually wrong. In the fence of the best teams in the world. I think in the bail because of the weather alert. That'd be sad smaller. Listen I can't blame them. If that's their loyalty is that low. Oh but then you've also got some of the riffraff that will be going up there without a ticket. I will say if everyone gets up there in the blizzard. Saturday night is going to be a fucking great party party. I would think I just gotTa Tell Ya. Lebed rip Saturday night. It's GonNa be a big celebration. Show that dedication these people then the drive back Sunday should be fine right. Yeah yeah drive back Sunday. It'll be fine and I think I mean people will be able to manage their own exposure to the cold like you don't have to stay on the ice for eight. I think it's more just actually getting. Yeah Yeah but I'm just saying like day of if it's if it's you know Oh real field is negative fifteen feel miserable. No one's forcing you to stay out on the number. Who is definitely going to have anybody? I'm going to get their sense of it right now. I worried about that because it would not a lot but I got one or two so I had someone yesterday that Wanted tickets and someone yesterday that was looking to get rid of and that was an even swap but other than that. I wonder if people are gonNA start dishes. I will see you know I'm ready to go. I'll be there. You'll take me a while but I'll be there whether permitting I'll be there you'll be there. Well I mean I assuming we don't die. I guess it's more yeah. It's hard to control that but you're right. I don't have them broke out by people who are going to matter Wasco so I don't I don't know Okay I mean. I can't imagine any of these psychos going. You know the the core will be you know the Kevin for Bristol's in the Dugout promos galvanize Kevin from Bristol. Then he tweet out like just bought boots. Yeah Yeah it's not the best sign when you're you're just now buying a very serious storm. It is yes in down here. I think what you have to focus on is that this is good for the economy of matter Wasco because they rely on snowmobile tourism you bill. You haven't even praying for snowman but they're also it's A. We're big weekend for them to we are now Paradise Sir. Parody Market is going to be hopping. Stacey said Edge. She doesn't close. I believe that probably nothing close in the storm getting ready. They're probably GONNA Sell Thirty Thousand Beers. That's true good point. Oh boy it's crazy. The weather was looking good on there was yeah now but that's but this is kind of what we want on this trip scenario. I mean really like really this is what the show is all about would prefer these conditions to no snow and eight thirty or forty mile. An hour wind also was forty two degrees. And like it'd be it's there's nothing you even earned anything right down here. I wouldn't mind being twenty degrees task. Well then what did they look. I will be in. May I'll be on the ice. So why Macaire does this change me. Flying in Steve on the go down eighty percent chance of dying go down or living. I think it's probably down to like seventy or sixty percent. Yeah Yeah I. I don't think I still don't think we should put on assessment because the problem is if you if you pull the Kobe be tough love doing this show would it would. That's your chief concern. Inspect that I found a minute. Fan is going to be there. Yeah she'll your day on Monday. Happy Birthday Cake Mrs GonNa do for you. Go to their It just texted me. He did. Yes Fuck Shit. My brother's up with some scare scare job by Mason Brandon. Copycat Brenton can go fuck that asshole. Loser doesn't answer phone. He's all right text you. He texted me a gift of the. Let's go red sox thing instead looking forward to this weekend Segue we'll get their Valentine's Day is just around the corner and by the way like now I will say Mike. Br I bring some extra Tommy John just in case you get stuck in the snow for. How long do you think you would live? How long can a person live? Let's say they we get knocked off like James Contact In you'll get seen for how long I'll it'll be like misery for me I'll have somebody trailing in the hallway assumes I'll get picked up right away by psycho psycho nurse back to health for the three you guys over gives a shit car flips you know how and guest you're stuck in the bank before you die. Well I think the Warthog eats him pretty quickly right. That's true. Yeah yeah he does have a packed. I'm just saying say walk through the weekend they would. We'll see your lock key move like you're stuck right. 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David price how much she regretted signing which I criticized really of course I knew it was terrible signing It's always as a terrible Siamese. Pay Money this pitchers you stupid. So they get rid of him and part of the reason. They couldn't sign mookie Betts brexit stuck with price. I'm assuming right Jan Chris Sale contracts so he's gone on. The Red Sox fans are sad. How ironically where we're GonNa get you now was always hinted to the same subject on a call to w e last night if you had this or not Steve? You're this just happened. Well there's a call to to my good friend. Mike Finance I heard about it. Yes I'M GONNA hold on hold on. I'm I'm sorry Steve After preface this by saying I wasn't listening those told the five or six minutes before was him MEYEPA. Nancy and somebody else with the worst. You hear some of this the little a little bit of worst most boring basketball talk I've ever heard in my life. What do you say that? It was just so dreadfully doll awful in here any of it shit terrible terrible college radio station fucking talk. It was horrendous. It seems like a good night for basketball tall horrific and then somebody called in trying to change the conversation. As I'm now I'm GonNa get you to go on the record on something in a second after the Danny Bill Rick who wants to rip this trade talk tonight at that moment is he. No no he doesn't know. Oh that name no okay no all right no it sounds to me like this is a different any. Because this guy's not Danny Irish Dan. This is different. I can tell you I know it sounds to me like an Irish tough-talking de jump to conclusions. I don't know that I just thought it was but I I gotTa Talk Doc. WHO's this clown and get on with you? Nick Fryer Danny so daddy I we're talking about the guy gotta bring in. Who Fits the salary? Cap Is this guy. I Stephen Murphy he can get himself into how in baseball turn. Oh no they're talking basketball. Jj redick so he could jam a pass to get into the poster attack. The whole obviously the name Steven Murphy and I was just thinking jailed self into a small home clubhouse all the boys do intimacy Murphy. The basketball player the Guy Jim self in any hole raping boys. That's not what he's talking talking about. It's ridiculous it's an interesting call from a guy like it seems like I didn't hear much reaction on me. I I actually heard how about that much as before the other guy on the record on something. Wow against Danny and bill rick who wants to rip this trade talk tonight. Hi Danny I gotTa talk about. WHO's climbing on with you? Nick Fryer Danny Maddix Guy. They gotTA bring in. who fits the salary cap? Is this Guy Stephen Murphy. He can jam himself into a whole slow that she was in on it. I think at that point is a good sport. Poor Guy Texas great shopping again fired. He's going to get fired for that. Jerry just happen to be listening no it was on people. tweeted tweet Dan from it because I I had heard. Dana's making his comeback survive. I don't know if that he's like a cockroach I don't know if there's any getting rid of shit kidding well. He just boring enough for the the. They won't get rid of them right. So that Red Sox made this trade for TRAE bookie Bets Trey David Price of the dodgers. Can you believe that the team play in the world series just a year in that same world cheers. I kept off the air reminds. You Know Ma you know big trade with does it does Although no more was not traded the dodgers by the Red Sox. That's true but I understand what you see the play for the dodgers. Yes so it doesn't remind me of that. At all. I guess maybe thinking of Josh Beckett Adrian Gonzales that that was a big trip to diners. That's true so price goes mookie goes And then the The Red Sox get some twins pitcher brewed. Sorry I leave mentally try and the dodgers outfielder Alex for do go. Yes so I mean it's just it's just it's just unbelievable. Play play the song. Just play it just fucking. It's Kinda. What the Red Sox? It's what they're all about when we heard the so. We didn't know how relevant that would be chosen. American play this song and announced the guy who performing his produce the show them all fenway park. Home of right there was no background check. If they see a AH stop in Bob Pants in his view campaign point from his character. You lose the job. Who does that? That's their task was called To Age Jackie live prey socks. Implore Kids Ed's jared off and this guy is really balance in a sense I forget direction. Kids more here in the Dunkin APP win a fleshy man. God Jack of course. I'm forty five years old and I'm calling sports radio making jokes about it so I really any better rates really in the same artist will be in studio live tomorrow. That's the old radio radio days bringing the guys before their big tour. It's right it's a math tomorrow right yes I are you any fascinated to hear that Matt Matt Dynamics Steve Yeah a little bit myself. Yeah Yeah I'd be curious to see if he's he's A. He's a bit of a chatterbox. Sometimes I think like on the first Mike Minute the minute fans he was a little more. So maybe it'll be nervous being in here. Who knows I mean? He's also a huge fan of the show. So I think this is you know it's just like this just like this guy could be mammal. Say could you maybe talking. We'll see who knows it will be the case. I hope not so for Virgo. That's how I think it didn't print okay. So dodgers minor league player. Alex Verduga calm. So I didn't I saw this. It's all heels on deck all I should say it high heels on the field dot type pad dot com website legitimate. Okay what do you mean. It's the legit outlet type pet. I'll say this if you read this anywhere else no no I. Haven't you know I was actually listening to. I wanted to hear what my old station was saying about this morning. And of course Greg couple minutes and he's like Oh we're read. They do this thing with. They're all saying oh terrible. Traders and Greg kills. Oh I guess we're a mouthpiece for the red sox right like Oh oh yeah it takes some guts to say it's like well. How about you talk about this weird to say and then do it right to mock the actually? I mean you'd be sensitive pussy all you want but like how talking about this story. And they'll they will. I mean we heard Ken Laird. Literally scrubbed the Stephen Murphy story so we know they will be the bus from Globes criticized design trade. John Henry owns over. Tough like fucking break you want you know like I got kicked off the station because I cur says the Red Sox you know you're going to go down that they're the four Myers next week for a week and blow the bread socks really. Oh of course go. It's bad. They traded movie. But no joke. Sam Kennedy and this'll unless it unless somehow the we we bucked the trend and you people actually listen to you becomes a big story. I'm eligible you guys are but this is disgusting story like it's increasing. They should have been investing. And it's real. I spent an hour on this morning. Like this is real. I guess that's what I want to know is it is it exactly as it's written because now looks really really bad well so She talks I mean. Do I just read the story. What do you guys think long but you know so? This is the red sox. I mean this makes gate. Kappler is the fucking manager of the the giants right in E.. Cover this thing up. It's fucking it's unbelievable. This world works. We're just a week. The country spent the last week sucking off this rapist. you know and now you're it fucking never ends sport by OBA because go back real quick we we were not criticizing Ansi Pelosi or AFC earlier any elected official. No we could do it on the podcast Moore. Oh we can't yeah. Just I don't want. I don't think that we were criticizing. These people no of course not can do it on the podcast. Just you know kind of has been yourselves. Excuse me nothing but a friend of Barstool sports sports so we want to try and shit actually respects. Nancy he's always been a role model for me. I I agree to all right. Good coming around take with the rest of them. In the FAMILY MARCH I may go to That Tattoo Parlor the Nancy Tattoo on my face planning on getting this right here like I just got big. Nancy Pelosi anything like Mike Tyson. Just right here I'm GonNa go for the Bernie Sanders Tattoo. That's nice yeah. Do you think she will run for president. One day She's got the EGO okay. But that's that's a good. That's a good thing. Yeah you're right yes max out to her SUPERPAC. She'll do a great job as president United States. So here's the the story. We reached out to the author we did. Yes her name Jessica Jessica. Okay A girl seventeen was running. She was bouncing around from place to place at one. Point residing in the group homes to help troubled girls including those who are vulnerable the sex trafficking she was one of the seventy five percent jumper before we get to the to the big part of the story. She's one of the seventy five percent of runaways who are female and as runaways often do As runaways often do she found support where she could maybe on that February night in Glendale Dale Arizona. A city nine miles outside the Phoenix. She felt safe when she agreed to hang out with two women who refuse older than her whom she met through social media. Maybe the prospect of hanging out with dodgers just players in town for spring training. Sound like fun. What she ultimately experience was more twisted? Neither physical verbal and sexual abuse and once. She made her story known she. He was subjected to more trauma dodger minor league players James Baldwin Julio areas and Alex Verdoux go were preparing for the regular season with the dodgers at camelback ranch team Spring Training Facility for do going Baldwin Party with the women at a Hampton Inn near the stadium. Clean the One Who is underage. Nick Francona then Assistant of player development for the dodgers and. I'm going to assume the son of Terry Francona. That was my assumption. Dr Kim to fill up. I believe yet Sunday Nick. I WANNA say that. Let's look it up and it. It feels like the in the world of baseball. Since he's the one guy comes across pretty good in this story Nick Francona. Yeah sort of Terry said Urea Torius I duNno your Eminence. These names was present earlier but wasn't included in discussions about the incident Serious Urea San. Apparently with the group at some point during the evening but people went to great lengths from the onset to avoid having his name invoked at all. Didn't even ask him any questions about Franken said per the police report as the night went on my way. Just keep mine for do goes a new member of the Boston. Red Sox organization that brought in had Stephen Murphy. There forever littered with sexual misconduct for decades and also owned partially by Tom Werner who made the great majority of his fortune off the works of Bill Cosby who was raping women on the set of the cosby show Sexually harassing on the set of the show that he produced and have had a lot of inappropriate Stuff with silent address. Sarah Bird over the US. Yes but keeping again timewarner. I'm doing a lot of research on this for something I'm working on. Tom Warner as said he had no money until the cosby show. And that made him a rich man beyond anybody's wildest dreams. The Great Majority Jordy of his fortune money was used by the Boston. Red Sox was made off of Bill Cosby just to keep in mind so as night went on the girl became violently. Ill vomited on the bed. And she'd you've been widely reported The other two girls began beating her up. One of the players filmed the girls beating. We know which player then posted the video. Social media girls astronaut leave. The girl called a friend nearby. The picker up there was more she was holding back later. Explain something fireworks had happened to her. Case manager of the Arizona Police the Arizona Department of Safety Fifty contacted law enforcement during the of you with the police. The girl said the one of the players in the hotel room and sexually assaulted her ball was investigated by the Glendale Police Department for the assault. The girl explained it. She'd been drinking a lot. Felt ill SOCIA- wrestling one of the beds. Baldwin approach turn began fondling her breasts then put his hand under underwear filing her Katori this was a consensual. She told them she was passed out. During the act he gave up trying when the rest of the group reentered the room. Perhaps she said out of frustration after she was assaulted and thrown out of the room after she found someone to pick her up. She confide in her grandmother about the assault. Her Grandmother Contacted Gabe Kaplan. The dodgers director of player development. They discussed the attack via email. Captured midday. The handle the situate scituate rather Senate him the situation and do his best to be of. Assistance expressed concern encouraged. You can contact him. She had any further questions. According to cowboys public statements. He had no knowledge of sexual assault at that point. There was on the re Ron record of physical assault or I was bruised her face swollen as the sexual assault which was asked to press charges. Archie the clients think wooden helper situation so basically like capture starts talking to the girl's grandmother back and forth In kaput Nik Franklin on the case Kappler basically makes a story go way. Yeah y'all states Scott says it was in the sends emails back and forth to the grandmother. He talked about the incident being something. Everyone's president the hotel room needs to learn from the the younger was essentially being asked to participate in learning experience for people who heard her. Kappa said. The idea was dropped. Wants a victim decline where the questions about well being but emotional physical health that people abused her were given a lot of leeway to make amends but the victim wasn't receiving the kind of care one requires after being exposed to violence Even with the awareness of sexual violence physical harm it occurred and a player in the organization delighted and the violence against her. So much thought. Nothing of sharing it on snapchat Is it. I think there's a belief that that's Verduga by the way you're GonNa say if it's on snapchat. Don't they know which one I don't know that capital also stated there was request for money and email exchanges. No such request. The grandmother asked for help. Because that's capitol offered The characterization helped shift the story. The victim was a suspect. The spotlight shines in the victims worthiness level of her guilt. The sentence type of offer quoting Kepler's statement does not appear in the emails showed with Francona. Francona we all have that requested me privately by the victim of a grandmother and talking to Kappler. She had nothing to gain from reporting the player. Impressing Charter offer an opportunity to confront her attackers and the possibly receive expression of regret for the physical abuse. There's no harm asking more help. doesn't raise her victimization An email exchange the woman who was physically assaulted her grandmother Initiated dinner request. Out of the. So you know Kappler tells Francona who's asked if action invitation. He's GonNa Sleep on also promising. Sure safety a promise. She had no a reason to believe her. She'd been assaulted humiliated abandoned. And after all that asked him you at those who harmed or she didn't know capital likely didn't trust him anymore than anyone else she met on the world. Something told her that her safety wasn't ensured. A copper fell to get do clear no matter how good the intention. The approach wasn't conducive to healing trauma. Copperfield situations over his head This is a moment could possibly benefited differs from outside guidance. He soon notified the dodgers. They failed to report the incident to MLB Verduga Baldwin weren't subjected to investigations promised by AMMO MLB policy there was no counselling or discussion. The grandmother didn't want to ask her out again and talked about it up So ver it says he is from a year ago Verdoux goes Vertigos re re be for job the spring as a year ago left baseball. The Guy Left Baseball. You play football when the deck is tried to continue investigation by contacting the girl. She shut that down. She didn't want to talk about it anymore. So it seems like they try to sweep it under the rug. The dodgers so I mean you know they beat the shit out out of her these other girls these guys take in this Guy Baldwin basically salter you know. Someone's taking pictures and Brag about this kind of was in the room for this stuff. Yeah and that's the guy the red sox targeted as the main in the Red Sox who try and tell you how much they care about women how great they are and they're owned by the globe. Is Anybody going to talk about. The story is surely early. Going right about now is who is. Who's doing the stuff? Yeah now again. He didn't do the Physical Act but he knew about and we saw this girl. Getting the shit beat out of her. Here's he's in a position where he could have easily easily stopped and chose not to or said something which some of us that horrendous human being and you know the red sox don't care are they just bring them in the train and my missing anything. Steve What do you think no I think. The behavior of the management is I mean obviously they couldn't have gone in and stepped in and stopped stopped it but it was the typical deferential to athletes thing and they're trying to sweep under the rug they try to set up a dinner between this young woman and her attack and the guys crane craving retry offers a long story. But yeah I mean they're like hey let's all three sit down every dinner talk about it. Baseball never investigated. And it's tough when you're the red sox like we don't know what happened in that room or anything the red sox and you preach this like you know the name. Tom Yawkey he haunts me. Like it's easy to do easy stuff like change the name of a stupid street. But why D- investigating. This is too much work. So according to sports illustrated which covered it a year origo. It wasn't until April twenty seventeen that the MLB was actually made aware of it. So the dodgers the dodgers didn't say anything and they and they basically Francona a kid who tried to do the right thing basic blackballed out of baseball for this to you. Know they write about baseball writes about that too. I mean it's unbelievable and of course there's always like you know the victim didn't WanNA cooperate. So they make nothing happened. While we've been through these stories five million times. We know what that's about. She doesn't want to sit down at dinner with these people. Why does it seem like sports is escaped? WBT The me too. It's incredible I don't understand well. According to sports illustrated there was also another incident at a hotel. Yes yeah four. Yeah manager of the dodgers Arizona Operation Enriquez's four to five dodgers colleagues including Kappler. Our this made and basically harass made in the and again the Volvo allegation of sexual assault swept under the rug. Gabe Kaplan always wacky. He's manages the fucking giants now. He's managed to baseball teams Former Red Sox player by the way and the Red Sox a welcome turing alumni stuff. Because that's what the red sox that's what they enable and care about and poor Francona guy was basically kicked out of baseball for trying to do the right thing for trying to report this to kick it up. A capital tried to silence. It and I mean this story is you know I'm I'm reading about here in SL again. It's like you know it's just. It's a few players have been drinking with some girls and play music. Recognize the seventeen zero claimed that She consumed half a bottle of vodka vomit in the bed and beaten up by the two women in the group record videos later. Posted on Snapchat Instead of referring the police the allegations of the physical assault of a seventeen year old capital unusual step unaware of the details and scope of the incident. He attempted to organize a dinner meeting. He would invite the dodgers players in the alleged victim and an attempt to mediate the situation himself. fucking it's fucking unbelievable. Well forget the Red Sox kind of encourage this stuff when you see them Invite back like manny and Julio Lugo These guys they like to bring it just. It's unbelievable you know the. Yeah so I don't know exactly what Virgo knew or didn't know our views in the room and the rape happened or the sexual assault alleged sexual assault or not. Didn't happen US definitely the room and they beat the should've girl he stood there for my mouth. Sounds like there were two people one guy left in a two players left so he either filmed. It didn't stop it and let this girl in his guy be alone or he was there when he got he got. I mean like this is the fucking deplorable human beings and he certainly didn't go to the police or the I need. I I can't keep this then I I gotTa tell you know right thing here which you know. I don't know it seems to be something that the globe would be interested in normally and you think if it was like you think you think giveaway. WHO's the Patriots? It was like you know say dollars. Let's say it was. You Know Eric. Trump was eighteen or nineteen ad that check. Yeah I think that'd be a story. Yeah I think it'd be a story I have a feeling of mypillow. Happy Delayed Queue up the spotlight team. I mean you know standing there in a hotel room or seventeen year. Old Girl is getting the shipping. Osborne raped just standing around. And maybe filming get in for sure. Not Stopping it that to me is I don't know that's a jailable offence of course but you know I don't. It's just unbelievable. I don't early mind this kind of stuff. They're more worried about You know fan heckling than might have so I don't know is like so S. I mentioned it a couple of stores. I mentioned Mike. You might know better than me. You mentioned in the yourself like why I know snapchat goes away right. Yes it's a for like twenty four hours you know see at once but you know get it right. Yes yeah if I snapchat Afghan story something today. Then everyone knows it's from me that's what it means. I don't understand how I mean us know what phone it came from. Police investigated note account. It came from at the very least. Yeah which I don't understand if you I'm using my phone I'm on my account or you know maybe if the show had account you can log another accounts I guess to me is a bigger the story like so this guy's a creep in the red sox bring him because they don't care. The Red Sox have no moral fiber and all they don't care. I said this before it got suspended for they are vomits vomits from the top to the bottom there deplorable human beings when the positioning John Henry. Same Kennedy Tom Werner. These are bad people who don't care they wanNA ruin your life. And they don't care if they bring in people who have done sexual assaulter people in their clubhouse they don't care found out and they act like they're some what's set again. We can't comment on this. So love a press conference for this trade. Maybe somebody'll ask him about this guy But probably not right. Can you get a it credential from Barstool. Obviously I can't hand the red sox pretty cool. Not Now we're going to try. Though the Steve last will try and buy was ties into God. There's so much shit going on in the show the nine one one call we got. We got John Featherstone. Got The This he wanted us to say it was him or he has got to. Yeah okay we got we got the Trent the we'll we'll do it the second we have the transcription of the nine one. One call about me It shows you how just evil they're it just it just an hourly that. Yeah I mean it just deplorable evil scumbags I cannot imagine spending a nickel to go to red SOx game this year. I couldn't even imagine the idea of doing that. You'RE IDIOTS I. I have no sympathy for. If you're spending your money need to do that Go go anywhere else. Go do anything else. Fucking High School Baseball Game. I mean Jesus Christ but Major League Baseball Kappler Kappler. Who is a manager right now? This is a manager in major league baseball in a huge liberal city by the way they just go giants. This guy's trying to sweep this assault under under the rug like let's say you know what whoever rose McGowan have dinner with our ringling which I have dinner with Harvey Tonight night. We'll talk it out. I'll mediate I'll hear your side. Oh you were violently raped by this absolute pig. Sounds like you know maybe more did you that at some point. I don't know what caused me one of the women 'cause chasing Cosby podcast which is great talks about cosby used. The cosby show is a place where he'd bringing all these models all the time. The current and a couple of people were on the show were victims of Cosby. Maybe talk for maybe somewhere and one point so they come on. We'll just mediate. Let me hear your so. Everybody knew about it. Maybe everybody knew about about cosby everybody. Tom Word INOVA. It's so so fucking insulting make your head spin and this story is classic. Where like the one guy who spoke up is being blackballed as well? I mean yeah I mean I don't know if he's back in baseball or not but I know that he. He took the most shit for it because he tried to say. Hey these guys are fucking terrible terrible thing and it's this weird thing. I mean as much as I was obviously being silly at truck day the other day. I was saying that this organization as look the other way for pedophilia saying they own the globe. Because it's a propaganda machine and everyone's like oh come on get outta here like no one wants to hear it. It's the most bizarre thing I mean. It's just it's it's unbelievable believable and it's you know and that's why you know we play that song and it's funny. The actual of course act is not funny but it's a parody of how incompetent. How fucking hypocritical? Oh the red sox comedy they don't give a fuck Intel they can grandstand about it and say how great they are for fighting against it. Maybe I mean I you know. Look look you're during this until proven guilty so I just want to hear the whole story. I mean I don't know but those it looks like to older women brought another younger to Hampton Inn. Got Her drunk. beat the Shit adds a joke and then some guy raped her or assaulted sexually. Nobody cared about it. I don't know I mean the globe road. Fifty fucking articles about Robert Kraft go often and honestly it's a story that's fine but this will not be written about it all on the and they go to the global. We praised for standing up to the Red Sox and being critical of their training. Right now. Dan Shaughnessy wow doesn't know. His boss owns the Red Sox. Talk about this while we find this girl. So we're GONNA try and talk to this writer writer. Yes because I'm I'm I'm curious you even trying to think I retweeted right before the show but she tweeted something. Defective like who's going to cover. That's right maybe I know someone we will. Jerry will try that nobody else will. That's about it. Nobody's GonNa bring the SCUMBAG who in its biggest Serbo Major League baseball and you know the red talk to do the same thing you think trannywood cover it you would think yeah. You think she'd be really disgusted by this right like I kinda like those guys but like filter. Get a lot of credit in this town for being like the contrarians. Go after the seems vila-nova won't even they actually won't even know about it. It's weird it's it's it's yeah and it just tells you everything about the red sox. They don't they literally. Don't care to share contact with the Steve will answer the answer Sam Kennedy Good Morning Much. You got a call. It's just you know. And Yeah these people casting judgement you morally. He said mean things about our team wants. I mean it's unbelievable we'll get the message the voice mail or mailbox belonging to three one zero. That's Tom Werner really give give Linda number. I think I'm going number call. She doesn't she doesn't picked up the last You'd never know already times. I've called her blog. which a block the block thing? They're call private private eyes erupt. Some saying people you. They don't even understand why they're hated just so hated. It's a there are. There's a you know what there is a weird thing with the red sox where people don't talk about the things that you bring up all the time but we still as a society managed to hate red sox auto can't yeah but it's the worst we need to talk to someone about it. You know you are called. We talked to talk to us about John Henry. Lyons he got his name. You know because you no one's a press conference can be for the trade. Do you think tomorrow I would think tomorrow right. Yeah last night you need at least a day I would say we call the Red Sox get their their their media. Get requests a credential well so I emailed after after the the event venue fenway emailed their PR department him and they said Yesterday's press conference was not a credential event was feathers to this by the way in front of the globe this morning. He's the best or the picture in his his hand waving. Shirley on the Boston Globe lied to winchester high school students. She worked against Jimmy Fund telethon kids with cancer. She ignores all correspondence about debating Kirkman and helping the transgender community. What is surely idea? But Eddie Murphy. With the Red Sox said the club reserves the right to deny access to members of the media at their own discretion and and so I took that as a very terse way of saying no fucking way that they're going to give you a credential. It's call the front. It goes call the front desk for the call that number for the red sox. And you're the one basically the main number I want. I WanNa talk to somebody in the organization. So how does it work you. We they have to say Kirkman hand like they can't get a criminal bar. It's going to be for jared Komo. We could pretend this for Jacob. Best Frie- D- No. I mean I guess what I'm asking. You can't just say Barstool sports no so you WANNA talk to their executive offices yes time. What's the name of the woman who was quoted net zero? I hate what the Hell's her name. The one who knows what the hell's her name Who says that? We don't speak for the red SOx awesome. Speak for the hell is that you take I forget I think this might be one that just brings forever. It's funny the other calls. They're getting Shirley Arnaud Yup call her. I mean who wants to be accountable for this. I just want to know every other. Call the Red Sox are getting to their eighty year olds. Why Trade? That fellow bets silence. I liked him It's a tough day for them with these very critical very critical families. Are we really GONNA to do. Forums being spoonful Francesa yesterday what I know Francesa didn't follow Toji one because it's it's not win for this these votes to come in the GIG. You've got to keep in mind like literally. Nobody's GonNa talk to us about this. They're going to try and make it go away This time it's not. Even you know trying to make sites a woman who wrote the story on like Cisco Writer. This manages the giants but no one can do it now. Credible your we're college being where it's almost like the ray rice stuff happen and there was this big surge like we need to the no more campaign and all that in the NFL and then it kind of just went away and it's like well. Let's stop look at sports now. Let's look at Hollywood. I guess I guess I mean I guess yeah I mean this is. Chris is like the kind of stuff you read about. It's just you know Yes Jessica. I'm going to mispronounce her. Last name Corona Corolla Yemen Accu- I. R. O. L.. I I would. I think she would come on. She seemed like she wanted to talk. I would think right. Yeah I'm guessing she's West Coast yes probably true not awake yet. That's probably true Yeah it's just. It's it's incredible to me that this is not you know this'll be completely totally ignored. And you know it's like I. I remember baseball mayhem delusional. Maybe I was just a kid so I'm thinking of differently but I feel like in two thousand and four when I was a youngster like the red sox media would have covered this trash trash the red SOx resembling I don't know I don't think the sports at the right is John Curious. Yeah honestly like twenty years ago go fifteen years ago. It seemed like we do a show and talk about how brave. Dan is for for criticizing their at which the red sox you know the. It's nothing they don't care about that and it's an obvious. Susa trade meant to be any news. Then you get beat up. It's a brave to brave to talk night brave but somebody the globe brought up the road. op-ed on this I'd maybe I'd be fucking impressed. And it's a layup normally under normal circus like you said if the if the Patriots drafted the guy with this and this past let's say let's say the draft the guy in the draft this year out of wherever a text saying them did this as a junior in college the global right about this for a month or this craft a younger like the same age. They were right about this every single day until the Patriots were forced to talk about or lease him. Of course try and make it a con. The just jealous that people like Bob Kraft like the Patriots. I'm nobody really gives a shit about the red sox anymore and everyone thinks he's an old creek the global great about it. If a patriots draft pick had some Problematic tweets forty seven teen. Of course they actually. That could probably be worse for Dugo if he had if he had some troublesome tweets from when he was I mean does he have a nap. Chat account doing that or can we find out rather than we'll get the the assault of a kid when he was an adult they would they would go deeper into fourteen. Yeah of course is not what they do. It's it's unbelievable they'll get in this will float away. It will definitely float away and you'll care. Nobody will ask the question of the Red Sox about beat writers WANNA know. You'll be the astle because they're so come. Come on you can do it. It's nothing. Like Abraham and Rob Bradford. They don't care about that now they know they just don't care Abraham's number you know Pete Abraham's worry that he can't The same shoes as David Preston true. He's GonNa be very sad. I mean he'll be happy to trash now that he's Gone Verduga. It looks kind of white. That might hurt him. No even that's what that means. Okay no I'm saying I'm saying with the with the Boston Globe. I think they're they're they're more. They're more interested in criticizing people who aren't in protective the red sox then he might be a Yankees might be. I don't know the dreaded Yankees could be. I don't even know I thought I had a pdf don't poor guy. Well I like to call them and say hey you gotta talk about this. You can write about this Dan. Shaughnessy gonNA write about this. Of course they don't care might be able to ask them about Bruce. That's true true way not a piece of cheese so we'll see you know they'll act like oh I didn't know that they'll say oh. Jeez I didn't know that so. Yeah we'll look into that and they never will know it'll never be run. I mean this. I don't know nobody else wrote about this just crazy. The ringer covered it last year. They did rich now. Yeah so the spotify. We don't know for how much now but I told you this they're gonna suck somebody in Doesn't surprise me. Would it be great if it was four hundred hundred millions. I'm sure tonight's deal for the mets great. I mean I don't know what that's going to bring them. But Hey you know. I'm not surprised I said there's people chasing thing that blue checkmark love and then we'll talk about wonderful. It is and nobody will ever fucking talk with the ringer ever. I think if it was a decent amount of money if it was close to one it would be in the store. You yes I'm sure they do well. But if it's if it's a huge I mean I'm sorry small deal I guess. It seems like awfully quick where two weeks ago maybe less Bill Simmons is asking for two hundred million dollars and now he takes significantly less. That's what it is that's strange. Yeah but which is asking for it though. You know who the hell knows who's really willing to take a guess we'll find out that's true. Let's call Sam. Give Sam McCall too because we can say we see. We try to talk to everybody who tried to talk to ownership. We tried to talk the same candidate. We tried to talk to the Boston. Conglo by just wanted to know what's going on and this isn't even one where you can go come on. It'll be investigated because they didn't get their way not to for whatever reason it's crazy I mean they beat the shit out this girl and some guy salted earn a seventeen year old runaway. It's just we you know again. This proven guilty. I just want to hear about the whole story. You know but the red sox things maybe there's nothing there but I mean this day and age the no one would look into it in the league guarantee Red Sox the for the second talking about it when they made this trade no not in the second semi number again. Oh yeah sure you know what the second day might have spent his like. How much let Shit we get this? Oh probably none then. I don't even think there so doesn't even cross their mind only now. I think they're in such a bubble that they don't even care. It's North Korea Korea baby. They control the information. It is very true and it's very. It's it's frightening. If you care about this stuff Let me see. Hey Go Steve. I hope no one calls sports talk radio and asked about this day of takes on show though. I don't plead. Oh Oh I didn't see that. Oh boy it's not good. You are call has been forwarded to an parties parties over the red sucks. Don't answer calls at their office doesn't very quick hanging what is but but that's what they'll do so I didn't know. Oh yeah that's interesting story. Oh ooh in this one woman rights and it just doesn't you know is this. This is from the ringer here. Yes okay well. Good job by them. Yeah can't criticize them. All the time wash post has a story cap or attempt to CEPA dinner between the seventeen year old nece two players once you players as vertigo. Yeah I think so. Yeah Yeah because the third wasn't that I'm not sure purdue goes rolling is as clear as the other players he was there was there but the main stories stories. Don't really talk about his role. Let's talk about the guy who was just about gauging say left though right yes the two players as Verdoux go in in Baldwin Right. Yeah I think it's clear that nobody knows exactly what happened in the hotel room that night because it's been so many layers of cover. I mean this girl right. We will ensure this is a major league baseball manager. We will ensure the girls safety we believe we can teach valuable lessons to all involved for this method but dinner. With what a fucking psycho valuable lessons to other since at the same hotel this guy by the way the I play slapstick with Gabe Kaplan joke around with him is incredible. It's unbelievable the snapchat thing is the most bizarre part to me Francona. A Marine Corps veteran wrote a letter to the League officing the dodgers gradually push him valuation for Traumatic Malik Brain Injury and homebase number. He was he's he's a veteran. Yeah in a letter Franco. It was especially harsh on Kappler coat the cap or claim to support him publicly was pushing from the removed from player our development because he went to assess for the traumatic brain injury If he knew too much and they just they just hide these stories in the blog post copper. PD did not know about the February fifteenth. Two Thousand Fifteen sexual assault allegation. He tried to arrange a meeting between the players. Are Seventeen girl fucking Tuck in liar. It's unbelievable so why was he trying to arrange the meeting. Do you think it was just a night of drinking. That went bad now. They just do a chance with the fans trainees sit down and break bread with the fans at the players a little. VIP Experience Minor Leaguers. It's just it's just how it is. I mean I talked to an old coot that worked for the red size things. Stephen Murphy's Nice I mean it's just we'll see what happens. We'll keep our eye and trust me. We'll keep working on you. Know what as a great man once said he never fucking ends with these things. Take time but that's also both true. What else we got Steve? Well we've got the American dirt sounded and if you're interested in NAT falling this And we've got the the different podcasts from radio DOT com on OPEC in also someone said to me we were talking about. Tariq knew she'd the guy who inspired are twitter conversation yesterday one of his hit rap singles. Oh we heard this will probably turn me on. I'm I'm guessing loss loss loss. Aw Wash Wash Wash Wash. He's singing to potential lady friends. Yeah keep it clean wash. Although he's the sanitary guy maybe likes to get back there and do some work. Hey listen all ever appetites. Yeah I mean I mean it's healthier awards for everyone involved if you clean all over a good message. It's a positive positive messages sanitary guy. Does it get deeper than that or are we let me a little. It's about it all right. No one TILLIS ARA deeper. That's good rhyme break right guy offending read in the faces. Defend all walks of life. I suppose Jesus Christ could God I'm GONNA say One of the story I wanted to do other than the American honor. Forget We I think Steve or no No not really oh it gets some sound from different news. People trying to make sense of Iowa yesterday disastrous. I is the fact that Mayor Pete invested in that APP. Yes huge. Let's say it's a concern. And here's the thing too. If you're doesn't make any sense if you're a company that's is GonNa be involved in an election process. Why would you call yourself shadow trying to act? Blue is good name for a company. That's raising money for Democrats so it's a caucus is dead. There'll be no more Iowa caucus doesn't matter now it would just be the Iowa primary in the middle of April or so she saw I whenever March I think it was as reclined. tweeted out yesterday that well. Maybe it's a good thing that the I o caucuses dying because it's such a white state is not really representative of the Democrat Party true. I mean you're cheering for white people to be disenfranchised Okay surprised that's what I wanted to ask you to joan video of the Old Lady saying like oh I didn't know he was gay. Oh Oh yeah is it. Does the other girl in that video. Did you work for Mayor Pete or four. I could be caucus volunteer for mayor Pete but not necessarily an employee right. She's supposed to be like convincing like well. You know that's that's what the the whole dynamic of the caucus that if you're there for Bernie Sanders offenders and gang is non viable you say. Hey come over here. Was this because I thought it was just an unbiased government employees or something. I will say that that woman actually handled herself with some grace in the situation. Oh she dish. I don't know what else could do really in that situation. Yeah it's did you not know he was gave. I unlike June I I was looking I was looking for. That might didn't know it was in June will fully invested the sexuality. The He's GonNa win though it sounds I o anyway which means nothing okay archly. It might be better for him not to win with with all these allegations. There's there's no boost host whatsoever. There's no I mean there's a couple of delegates but there's no advantage whatsoever to winning right now and I don't know Mike Bloomberg looks pretty good right now he does. I think I think he's going to. He think he might be the guy. I also heard the four mayor Pete Bernie and Liz. Warren gave essentially acceptance speeches. But they couldn't they were like. Yeah but it's looking. Can Good for New Hampshire can quite say that they was poised to twenty four points in New Hampshire. Yeah I think he's running away. We're invaded just one. If you look at the popular vote in Iowa I mean yeah you want one by a couple of percentage points but over time and time again. It's kind of funny. It would be fun to have to kooks trump Bernie's the Bernie sanders man. I'll agree the fucking single thing he says but I respect him like crazy. You want you like hung up by your toes and rob. Aw I'm rich. Yes once he gets in Birdie might have more money than you policies happen if Bernie Sanders was president. No effect take some tax stuff and no no we do. It depends on what his name is. Mitch McConnell it depends on what the Congress and the Senate is like. I mean look if he was the president and the Democrats crafts swept Congress and Senate and that'd be scary time gotch. I still think that he would have only very limited but he would get more things done. Yes yes I mean. As long as yeah I mean he'll first of all trump would be Bernie sanders. He squatted them all. Yeah he would squash Bernie Sanders. Like there's there's no doubt about that I don't let's see any of them. That could stand up to him. I mean I thought initially the contrast with Mayor Pete favorable surrogate Bloomberg. A look here is funny. I didn't notice the way people are interested. Awesome seem to find out for twenty or or in the way that you guys seem to be going out right now to billionaires. WHO's the second one see? We say he's doing doing there. I like it. I like it. Cliff Mike's a trickster. So those those guys have a good touch with comedy. I'm just saying you know Reagan was the only one that's true true good point we're Bloomberg rank if he wants Steve Blow based on that. That's some pretty material. That's good stuff good material but you know it doesn't doesn't come from a place of comedy it comes from a place of wanting to be mean Moi's sometimes that's the source of the next trump. I don't know trump has never me. No I don't go Reagan's more folksy you know. Everybody has a nice laugh. That's what I like. Poke Fun himself. So yeah I'd say I'd say fourth is where Bloomberg. Wow it's trump reagan. Hetero ahead Ray. Now definitely wow trump. Reagan Lincoln the fifth. Actually I put I put Calvin Coolidge. He was funny. What a hoot? That was funny. Yeah that's true was to to seize. Calvin coolidge thirsty cackle. Because that's what I do when I heard him. I was always good for alleged. He they call it the called silent cow. Then yeah you pick yes. He picked his spots called all the local them at the press. And they yes did. We not speak chose words very carefully. Did we decide Millard. Fillmore not funny as we. We concluded no historical issues of militant gaping boost something. We're fine with him but is there some reason we want to do it his well. We couldn't find a good the place I was upstate New York right. Who Was it the SEC Robinson Wildlife Sonora North? We're going next you know. Hopefully the won't be as bad as concerned might be alright as far as that goes We'll see pretty pretty bad. And now that's basically gone is a state. Forget it. I mean you're GonNa have in like born. April cancelled the primary there. No one's GonNa care about it so one thing I did. Notice that Like there's some discrepancy between Bernie and Mayor People Really Biden the floor wiped. It was not good uncle Joe now the good day for for Joe by. She's going to lose Iowa. He's GonNa Lose New Hampshire and he's going to be really he has to win South Carolina essentially. He's done he's going to win South Carolina and then a lot after that he's going to win South Carolina and then that has to be the start of him anyway loses South Carolina Somehow Amando. He's got a lot of friends but he's dead dead. I I would have to think that the Democrat establishment is panicking right now because Elizabeth Warren might be their backup to. She's garbage. Whiteout New Hampshire. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That'd be dumping money into Biden. Trump should have taught these people more than anything is just kind of be yourself. But they can't. They're not birdies himself. Mayor Pete seems a little robot. They're not gonNA take the capable of it. They're politicians warned US instagram politician trump's different. They just don't have to do that even the thing I don't want to Jiang is some of the silly stuff clearly Biden's being himself when it gropes little girls and with reporters absolutely does does he was he was He was shouted out at an event in New Hampshire. Haven't you ever seen all the videos. I like to smell people's hair. And why did you say you didn't know if you if he grows little bind like challenge Allergy Caldbeck. I fat and stuff I actually. Then he later denied that he called them fat more of that was the VOC. This might be old but I only saw recently. There was a video of Baden going a younger vice president. Because I don't know if I WANNA make it my full people laughing for news. No I'm serious. I mean it would run for T- wasn't a woman run again. Oh yeah easy. 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They called Las Vegas Journal of you and they said we can't comment but he's not no longer an employee now. This morning I noticed that he removed Law Shit Las Las Vegas Journal Review from his twitter bio and. He's just posted a story at Boston. Sports Journal has subscription website. That says I'm back and ready for the next phase of BS. Yes J well. I tried to tell you I wasn't really going anywhere and you never know what might happen in this business. I'm back baby and I could not be more excited. Can't really get into the house. I was in wise it this time. But they'll become pretty evident short order. We have big plans in big announcement coming soon. That will explain a lot so stay. Tuned embarrassed to admit this I they had no idea he left Bostonsportsjournal. Did he leave no no no he left. I don't think you left. No I'm back. I'm back to do it right before. A bunch of time off right before Miami. Yes right before Miami. He took he said I'm I'm taking some time off. Oh so just I guests. I don't I don't really know interesting. It's unbelievable look at this. I love this Victoria mccranie Reporter Boston Globe Boston Globe Coverage Bridge of the season of mookie Betts surly demonstrates our editorial independence Shamas trading. Mookie Betts me and the red sox giving up trading. mookie betts a failure trading. mookie Betts you are a fucking dummy can we. Can we try and Shaughnessy Column Shows Kirkman. eoghan wrong we contact this person. Ersan Victoria mcgrane M. C. G. R. A. N.. Maybe she's physically at the globe. Let's call the main number is number you can call and get con. I mean there are times where like you said you know we we give Barstool a Lotta Shit but you gotta give them credit. They let us talk about certain things. But that's you know days or weeks after we've discussed. It's it's weird mid story like. Hey look how great. We are actually talking about unbelievable. It's strange to do while it's happening. It also shows how insecure they are about it just like a Gregg Gillis morning you think we're afraid yeah we're GonNa talk about it guys look at us. I mean it's just it's just it's just What's his last name? The new guy was Verdoux go yes. Thank you for calling boxing. Global Media Partners the Boston Globe Boston Globe DOT COM AND BOSTON DOT COM. Please be advised. Our Menu has changed. Give me I do not understand that. Request soups thank you for calling. Global Media Partners of the Boston Globe wapping DOT COM AND BOSTON DOT COM. We'd be advised has changed for home. Delivery please press worn. I'M GONNA ran rail against the people people now victory laps. I'M GONNA fucking. I'M GONNA lose my mind for advertising department. HAS THREE BOSTON DOT COM. What are we doing here Stephen? They told me to call the front office. I'm working through the phone trade. It doesn't it doesn't ring right to get one yet which I think it was like say indefinite. What are we doing the fuck are we redoing? Call the number again start again. Jesus crushing annoy me. Can We fucking Matt's here. Gaza pro escaping wrote on only normal media partners men Manohar media nothing number the main globe number. I've called the summer before I talked to. I talked to people there yesterday. Trying to get news on this on this P.. He Carl lament ought to call people more down numbers six seven nine two nine two thousand that you can leave in its public number. That's the number. I was just calling media media partners. The Buffalo and Boston Dot Com. Please be advised. Our menu has changed for home. Delivery Tori turning on. Let's call us crane right now. Ready I mean. I don't know if you'll get her here. But here's your number. And it's a public number two Your call is being forwarded to my town with a sham. It's unbelievable Meiktila office phone system. It's just incredible although I mean they just a tweet like all you know about their arrogance of course marine our editorial independence. The fucking guy owns the Red Sox and the globe there is no independent is true you wait a day or a couple of mushrooms midst while the story is still a hot. Everyone knows Jose Joke. Nobody nobody believe independence like they will spike stories they will try and get people in trouble. Surely the trade is bad. You're not true. Through their praising their independence for not saying that this trait is actually good. Yeah and then the red sox season is going to be great for childish baseball stuff stuff. What several real shit like? They'll send Shirley out after me but they won't respond to that stuff or they'll you know they'll be Stephen Murphy or they'll be this google stuff. Whatever his name verdict what do we do we do go? Okay well you can consider Chow. said they went after a guy for saying things on the radio rather than like the sexual harassment in their own building. Or anything like that. You know right. This is what they do. I mean this is just. It's just unbelievable. Literally unbelievable unbelievable. I guess well it's not like overdue go. Did something like exposing Kevin Cohen Cereal dishonest. There's also that that was in poor. Taste that go for that for this. Just this this this fucking victory. Victory Lap gives a shit about trading. Obviously it's a terrible trade with with congratulations like you. How independent we who says we're we're not afraid aide Color Vasco sports department? This trade was bit. I'm talking to somebody from there I got the hair my ass. Get Me Pete. Abraham nobody's probably bear Physically goes in anymore Actually would like to talk to old piece me too little time say meet I swear to God. I thought that his number I I did with it sort of is actually phone. Probably got so bored automatically. How about Craig Larson The sports editor? He's not the sports editor. They're mapping sports editor. But yeah sure I think I think I think I don't even know Craig is map. Pepin Sports Editor Boston Globe Club. There's a number right there one of these rape politics. This isn't six one seven nine two nine seven three six eight. ooh No the answer is nobody. It's amazing just no accountability. It's so bizarre I don't answer the phone. The sleuth coming after. Maybe she's not there. No He's a Douche though. I talked to this guy once. Sports editor map happen. Please leave your message. Thank you times like ten. Oh sorry you hung up on. Yeah Nah forget it Yeah I don't even know but you know it's just I. I love that chest pumping thing. I love kind of love. The arrogance the Hubbard tweeted out. Something just like fifteen minutes before Victoria mcgrane that was making fun of them and like ironically had the same exact screen shot. I was like. Oh look at the Boston Globe. They're so independent in Victoria to earnestly are we saw the train was bad cares about the raping the raping that constant raping going on. I'm serious I'm working. I think it's worth I think the Tom Werner cosby connection is absolutely worth investigating. They'll you'll never do it. I'll do it and people be like. Oh you hate the red sox. Yup that's right that's where it's motivated by next and sometimes some of the great work in journalistic history is born from hatred. Sort of like I investigated kept calling his fucking guts. I've been doing any purity. I hated him and I hate the globe. I wanted to make them look at a get it. I'm proud of that you should I mean it's it's born from my evil in his evil. It was a marriage of two evils. You know we just seems like a str- Yesterday I got a lot of people. Call me a moron. Ron from I take on the rush limbaugh tweets but it would be like if I quoted them on but guys I was being honest opinion. They'll be we're still saying you're stupid or if we took like or if you only took like screen to tweets and said you did a good job thanks great. This was not saying. You're you're not these tweets. We talk about it totally independent right. But it'll be like you know it would be like it's different barstools so weird. Yeah but it would be like me. You know doing something barstool related in not acknowledging that they pay my salary just like you know purposely ignoring it. It would be like if today we did this. A big gambling segment right by the way we can say whatever we want on this show or hideous allegations happening in somebody at the top of Barstool. Yeah and you know night talked about how dumb blog. That'd be it. Yes they're gonNA go after Barstool right. Look at this if we ignored the sex tape and talk about the Braga Jared obvious road or something which is quite because I was sort of. I'm just trying to parallel. Let me say something really. Yes heats allegation. We we were talking about. Yeah but I wouldn't be like wow. We talked about look at us. We do Kudos to everyone should do. WE'RE GONNA call some people we could call fifty people in if they knew recalling. Answer the call. No no knocking chance. They probably they probably due to some extent they no. Yeah but it's just they don't don't WanNa isn't a main number. I see. There's probably somebody but you know tweets like data just driving me fucking mental this. You think we're biased. Because the same guy who pays US pays owns the red sox. What's that I didn't even get the connection do that? You're better off just not even ever ever. So what he bought. The papered specifically to have a propaganda machine crazy. Get the connection. It's just now look look maybe to look I I if I opened the globe we damore and hey one of these people are attacking for this thing. I'll say great job we've wrong yeah absolutely. I'd be thrilled thrilled to be wrong about it but I won't. I know I'm not going to be and if I am I'll say I'm wrong. They will get bludgeoned that press conference though. Oh no question. That's the thing as much talk show on the globe. It's every of clears weird thing where no one horse the media is GONNA ask no questions that other places Nasty Yankees enke's questions or are they deal with like a champion or something. I don't think they've enough diversity of Outlets in New York the New York Post is generally more conservative than the New York daily Daily News guests pretty good competitive tabs. They're just don't have that here. I guess tabs like tabloids me yes cute when she tabloids seized the industry he is. He's the Boston Globe credit though they do have a Gif of Nancy Pelosi tearing up the speech on there. That's pretty cool though. She's the Queen. Though the Queen I mean where people really doing that last night. Nobody was right. I'm sure all over twitter really all over with us. That was great. That was that was the that that was the single viral takeaway like. I don't even know who gave you go girl. The Democrat. Give the rebuttal. Usually they have a rebuttal from the opposite nursery by the last I saw I. I don't even know Ralph Ford. Yeah I was so you know I mean the analysis boring was just just you know it's you know it's just get to the he's he got reelected Um I just can't wait for the fucking people lose their minds. They care wait. Oh it's GonNa be so great it can be wonderful people crying. I can't wait wait. It is people are fucking phone calls observe lunatic meteorologists in Florida in a grocery clerk. God love her. Nine names WASCO. You'll be able to talk to US anymore. Me Know we know. What did we hear? What are we here? Say today me no me. No I'll go back and play it. It's a good question. I don't underscore. It was just plausible enough to be French name. We all heard her name. Read the the nine one one call. Yeah that's right. So so We're looking at John Feathers. Steve is trying to get the audio over this. I guess yeah I think it featherstone's going to appeal to the Supreme Court or the Attorney General it could I mean honestly like it gets not that important story on its own individually. But it's a big. If you think about this the Red Sox do like I don't trust them but you you think the Red Sox don't have friends in the police Give me a break and I was told it was not security which leads me to believe. It's someone higher up but I could be wrong but clearly someone one in the office. Yeah that's what they say. That in the transports. Oh Yeah Oh for sure. Let me see here here. We go nine one. One call held at Boston Boston. Police Headquarters January fifteenth twenty twenty long ago already. Jesus I'm one. This call is recorded operator. Six location of your emergency emergency. I think there's a saying he's Jerry Karabelas. At what's the situation. We haven't unruly mail. Oh by the way just to be clear. We have unruly person at Gate D. Who won't leave the area? What's the address Gate d idiot? That's an address dumb. You said Gate Depot What Street address. Sorry Jersey Street. What Number Jersey Street of the closest intersecting street? It's GonNa be Van Ness Jersey. This person that they black White Hispanic or Asian. It's the White Gentleman report from Boston Sports. We're having a press conference names Kirkman and he just doesn't have press credentials US recording us live on his livestream dream. He's calling us all kinds of names being really mean police your pants. There's a man making fun of me at our door. He attempted to come into the ballpark several times. We've asked him to leave. He's just standing in front of us being belligerent. He's asking you child outrage well it'd be belligerent. And no question. He's where he's a white male. What is he wearing? He's wearing Khakis and a blue shirt he's about. I'll say forty five balding white male. Oh wait a second some saying I said heroin a forty five my age. They know what they're talking about is my age. Yeah could guess guessing. I'm sorry. What did you say? His name was once. More Kirk K.. I R. K. min-han. You said these forty-five as a blue. What Buco like a Parker who park a blue shirt and khaki pants? What's your guess? How tall was he? This is the only thing I thought you might. This might get under your skin like this. He's about I'd say five eight or five nine Six feet tall six feet tall and on that day you were sending at least six four. Yeah I'll tell you steve six four I'm I'm I'm not five. Eight no doubt tonight and the other thing is balding. I mean you might be have a little bit of shopping in the past saying you're not in the process process of bald absolutely not thank you share where you clean shaven that day or no. Yeah you might have been. It might have been essentially is he. heavyset medium built or thin medium built. That's not a fat ass like Mike. Why are you on this because it makes no sense? It's making me for. They're going after the matter for lost a little bit of what you mean. When you fluctuate all the time yes you do? I could get up to the most of what is to sixty. Yeah can get down under two hundred. Who knows you two hundred and you won't yeah your name and phone number Sir? My name is redacted my phone number here at the office is redacted. Thanks for calling sure that this is a police on the way here there now. Okay okay thank you thank you thanks bye-bye so the guy by so the nine one one that can help you today so I just called in for somebody that combines. My Park was a fireplace or everyone's police had that call. Sir Thank you. They called again. Oh this is a very short man harassment too short balding old man Christ a bunch of pussies. There's a man being mean mean to us at Gate D Kit. The Red Sox may number like it's a business it's weird. They will answer the phone while they're above us. They don't have to answer questions with a red sox. Talk with the dodgers that we're trying to make a trade here. Why don't we just call? It's very strange though it is weird is whether we've tried multiple on multiple occasions in the middle of the workday. Essentially true can't find anyone to talk to a good point at the globe within the last couple of times we tried holidays. You said it wasn't even open. So is the trade actually official or no. I think it is now okay so love the what no this morning. I heard still pending okay. It's offensive goal isn't all that shouldn't yeah. suppressants probably be tomorrow at the earliest. I would think yeah. Yeah be interesting to see how they handle that Um It'll be great 'cause no one I mean you're talking about people who don't have a curious brain in there. I'd love to be able to talk to us. Kasey Buckley again I will sorry I just on Abbey. Murphy's information she's the director of credentialing for the Red Sox. Let's give you the name. Michael Geary Rich Mandarin. Or you know what I mean. Michael Gary He's a good name for it. Yeah remember. She doesn't know that we're recording. We can't use the all right I. We're GONNA by the way I can call everybody from Canada and using audio. Is that right busy a busy house a phone number busy. Well I think she probably talking someone why but it just seems I usually like waiting the rings but you hear that in the end. It is windy our office number. I don't know what is that woman's name who quiz cordless an addict boss. I suppose I could go look at this story pillow. RADIO DOT COM FROM YOU Steve. where he got? I'll give you a little bit of home and home favorite. Thank you very much. That'd be nice home. Let's get your reaction to the hall of fame over the weekend. I would four for five the only surprise to me on the hall of fame we should in case people have not yet I heard who made the hall of fame. Of course it was the safety. Steve at the offensive lineman Steve Hutchinson Edge Edge J. C. TAC. Okay who cares. You won't find a former player that will say that Tony Boselli. Allie didn't play long enough. Good luck finding a former player that will say a deck interrupt. This what's the gentleman's name is Russia yeah what's his name. Russ Tuck run hotter. I actually talked to her. And there's a couple before he died and he said about the accident he actually. Because I couldn't find my job when I was an intern with Barstool. They sent me around to find a former player. I talked to Gronk anyone long. said the same thing with these guys. Were you seeing a former roxy four player on now all right all right. Do I hosted hosted the well. You're probably knock this hosted the tennis event these Studio Coverage Rio tennis event. So so here's what I asked you that you know. What are the sports where Audrey of difficulty comes into play diving? Is that gymnastics to. Maybe where like so there is a fuck. This seems like if you were on a Sitcom and it was a fake sports sports your sports sports radio show right there just like you know. See that way news and swimming here. We're talking about like he's great. He's setting up a metaphor for for the degree of difficulty of Performance on a football field tennis though because he started talking about the Olympics. I it's not a perfect metaphor. Kirk defendant on the show on the show frazier and Frazier's radio station. Yes sports talk show and once in a while cut data showed. It'd be like swimming news wouldn't do this on a real show. They know how to play loose though. How would we go into the hall of fame? I was clearly not a hall of fame. Athlete eight still working on that whole broadcasting thing. Probably don't make the hall of fame and the Bredel fuck who is in the hall of fame and what about. Ross Tucker. I guess my two eight to say I don't know this guy place that this guy was dead Mark Miami. That'll mean the dream you might have. Kids wouldn't be a worse. I mean everybody be better off without this bore on earth ruining people's days he may be very nice. Try feel obvious kids but even then I'm the only one listening this say you're you're thinking being that people notice this man is alive whereas I am radio DOT com. It's kind of where people go. I shouldn't say that he he. He assures a wonderful guy but to make the belly shitty awful broadcast. I cannot go. He wouldn't put. It makes a bloody Mary than me and number two. I don't know if you know this about me. Ross Tucker I have have hall of Fame Suck Game. We take much on television. which begs the question? Why why the fuck do I spend? So that's actually the improper use of begging. The question won't understand these guys work blue. Swear listen this part. What are they give me another show? What the fuck with my socks? He's so mad about your soccer great. Whatever your name Amen God for better you hell? Yeah so and then in Danny Parkin's yes. This is before the super bowl new life new gambling cost him by the show. He shouldn't he might be uh-huh you want hunter. We're going to do on the shelf. We're GONNA talk about took proper. We're going to talk about who's going to win. MVP WHO's going to cover the spread of. He's well hold on Little Alex Jones. I mean I mean an APP can just make a mistake in. This Iowa caucuses assured in his the home why would want anything invested election but yeah but it didn't work for Bernie Sanders but again. This is really helped me because I mean the people don't care about this anymore. I mean that's exactly what you want. You wanted to kill the momentum of Bernie Sanders. He was at a chance to win this well. It's a false flag operation kirk run by who the aluminum body run penn national endless sap. Why would need simplicity? Rip that script in half if he didn't want anyone to see the contents but he read the contents or did he. But why would why would why would she have more dangerous. She with trump. He's the questions you've got to ask. I don't think you have to ask those questions. I think it's very dangerous. I think she's protecting trump. It's all a big big whatever Stephen Murphy Stephen Murphy's Great Guy I didn't realize horrific guy. What else were you the first time? We heard his voice because because you can bet on that too permission it is picks and most importantly it is entertainment. We call it Hashtag wage retainment here. I Awesome Guy I get along side to mainstays here from six seventy the score in Chicago. Just these guys are not as energetic nick. UNC brings the heat in subject matter. He he's also kind of like like baby. Alex Jones might have been afraid to go into conspiracy but he's like talk sports gambling. This should be barstool. He's just entertainment also boring enough. Yeah high energy no content perfect Dave knew about this guy. I think you'd have a good chance of job. I can't help but lean to the experience of Andy. Reid and the excellence wants of patents hedging out of my chiefs future I will admit. Also there's a little bit of time to say kind of dumb. I gotTa call you gotTA interesting. Why what a win? Great Conversation we all up chiefs futures. I want to win so I want to win big. I can't remember this guy because he works for radio. Doc what Dave to hire I know. So why did you pick media. Excuse me hosting a gambling show partial by himself. They wanted him to replace Francis. Just send them rant for for an hour gambling by himself once a week. Who Listen to that? I certainly would. I absolutely would pair him with Brennan Walker. Then you've got the dichotomy through that's a good. It's a good Combo there there. What else we get Steve? Well I hate to do it but scaling guest. Well it's Sir. It's a perfect timing to have advertisers. This is so boring you find mocked me cliffs in what kind of deal to get him out of there like what would entice the warriors to let him go and basically go against everything you've said so far well. The biggest question for Golden State is in the reason that cruise his palaces. This is Ryan mcdonagh. Reported is true so I from what I listen to know. He's there but he talks. I would say one percent of the time. It's just completely check. Yeah he just he just lasted long. Before months. fucking unbelievable we turn it on like me. She's seventeen and his Duga was at filming. Certainly the route asking the questions. Let's go crazy journalists. He's a least curious person who's ever important like it's a perfect entercom hire former athlete Who treat you like Shit doesn't care about the product does it gives you want to show up? Get his check the minimum amount necessary and go home. It's as much as we make a scalpel. It's SCOWLS DOT. It's the company that says we don't give a try place for personal responsibility integrity for your job not a complete jobs you. I'm not like that. No because you care about your I just just saying. But you're not giving scouring the total pass like he doesn't care I kind of do because he he. He didn't trick anyone to think he was a hardware. That's true that precipitates still you think you'd want to improve. Maybe getting out of this as clear that he does. I sat there. Were told these men. Mike D. Yeah. A A great idea. Great proponent of higher women and Tim Murphy. I told these guys when you hire Brian's Calabrese you're going to get somebody who doesn't care about the job like I don't care who the most famous basketball player in the world is Lebron James podcast. You didn't care about it. People Start and then it would suck the barbershop right like. Oh Yeah. We're going to do that. You know but like Bryansk Albertini you know. Don't get along aluminum on the all the time fine but he does care who tries shows up every day like Deacon never do that thirty like they could never do this. Calabrian these of the world they just show up how I show in our Steve. Yeah every day or no well no. It's it's tough to tell how often they do it because every time you go to check the best of the most recent episode it's Unbelieva they get a you know an NBA insider interview between Cerruti and Scowl might be there. I sold you hear me Shit on Monday for doing. I want to show fuck off. I was Golden Radio DOT DOT COM or stuck with you. Jesus Skull Scallon Pals. Yes but you know what I almost said. I almost brought up a busy and right Whitney as has examples of like well. They weren't superstar player. So maybe that's why they're more. Winning was a really good player but I just think maybe that's why they're more dedicated to their after their post career but Scott was not a star by any means he was mocked for being a fucking nobody. Of course I think that would drive you to be great at broadcasting. I mean and I just I have no. I have no patience for that shift but anyway got. What did you see? Francis blog posts about meeting. Snoop Dogg at a Celtics game. It's nuke dog. Said th- asked if he was skinny really. Francis Toast Francis not that tall. Jesus Christ I hear the sound or no no nothing. I haven't already brought up swing and misses no no. I didn't pull swing and misses. I do to prevent defense. What's going on everybody? This is to prevent all before the show. Sounds like Mike like it's recording my dining room every show like I don't know every they have this thing. Where like big big? It's like they get some half fast part-time producer some boring generic talk host interviewing an athlete. Yeah Yeah every single day met with a lot of these intros though they probably just shop them out like some pressure to imagine. This is all you could listen to listen to it every day. I go fucking well. That's hey like when I was a kid especially in fan. I wanted to praised. I'm in the mood now. My fucking asking. I'm so great at this like I. I'm honestly not praised enough in Springfield fucking stories. Google Waco complain traffic leaning so angry. fucking genius Ania. Shit like babbling about fucking Springfield Kid. Well let's hear your fucking stories K.. Cheese probably overreaction. Who is this is meteorologist? Min- I also saw playing radio. Jio Dot Com. These shows like scahill. These shows yarrow arm bullshit will be like I'm sitting there thinking like I am legitimately and I know I have a healthy go. I'm the plays enough for how great I am. The content I bring every single day. I'm serious about this. Oh you look in every day you give great content our content more than what you're hired for or contract details and everybody should be grateful for it not enough nope keep going. That's nothing I want to hear more about that please. I would listen to you to sleep at night. I should start doing that. You know. That's a great idea. If I told you kill somebody would you kill them for me. Of course you're humane this weekend. Unfortunately I will not be UNIDOs minivans. Not going to be a main this week as he's wrong. That's Mike. Maybe he does something maybe know something about. The weather is not telling us. We'll talk you later. This is the that's fine but it's a high energy enough begging me bay. I want some real last thing. I want praised today. We'll be praised. I give these people. They're addicted addicted to this. Every single day Dow what they listen to. If it wasn't for me I know it's all everything else is trying to tell. You wonder springfields a kid fucking jug across the street hotel asshole. I don't really even understand. That doesn't matter can prevent defense. Was I gonNa meet the cost. Show people you reach Arnold Fuck you answer the phone fucking asshole. I mean I I know. Prevent defense is what's the devil on time preventing preventive maybe The fuck does that mean. It doesn't mean anything. Don't make any sense like like What's the college football when necessary roughness? Yes Mike I'll even smell but unnecessary roughness doesn't make sense either. I think it's like your sports. You take you take all right. I'm fine with me. Real Edgy Bet. Basketball podcast intentional foul. We go on. Yeah I guess hard foul mid flagrant foul hardcore football one with ever. I don't know like I like she she was so good nothing nothing blitz prevent defense makes no sense. I don't know what the defense they're not going to be scored they're not going to be talking to be scored on. I guess you're not going to. You're not going to get past that. Maybe that's what it is. But what he preventing. Yeah I got to see what the fuck is wrong with these people on the cap everything in a minute here on the current shot up the fucking Wilbur cancelled matter Waka the cancel everything everything in this podcast. We'll just start doing a deal with the comedy play prevent defense so we're GONNA do. They won't know it will skate for all for price. Six months I said this last week I guarantee you day. There's no you're on the show every day now and then he does now. Maybe you think he remembers now four and has no chance fucking chance. He's he knows. Steve is Stephen. People two two more calls if neither one answers canceling everything everything. That's I'm taking the rest of the week off as dangerous. Drive up there. With the shitheads risk my life. Why because these light stuff more than my show they must make any sense RADIO DOT COM. This guy's gotTa answer next. Call Steve Choose. Choose lives of the offices of who but the House that you might have been his law group or something. Well don't fuck us. Here he goes. Oh thank God who is this. Okay who is this. You know you're talking to. Maybe I might. The Mike and Steve have been critical not been a great day. I need to have my ass kissed. Start Kissing my ass start kissing my ass police Guy Louis thank you continue. You should You should pay me to go to Matt Awful. It's not happening. I'm confused as to how bartering. Why can't you cannot afford to go to Maui Oscar? Ni- somewhere in dude. I can't go. Okay what do you. What do you do for a you a tax lawyer would your commercial auction auction? Where do you live? I live south soccer so sure Massachusetts. Okay I'm gonNA leave you on. Hold Mike Gerry himself is going to pay for your a trip to matter. Wasco what form in. What sense since you write this man the hang for so you you WANNA go the Mount of Wasco Ska? I do give you right greetings. Hey No okay so I watched the show appear appear on Friday ten thirty driving. I'm not go. Well he's driving. He's driving great. Oh great come on buddy. What was it Greg Ryan deal? I'm sorry sorry you so you're not going to go tomorrow so you just issue just jerk in my golf here. You're you're playing with his Dick. You're not you're not going there now. I rather take you off. Guard had fun like the way. That sounds very attractive active. So I mean you you you you have a great. I could see you warthog just in the Mike in the car together going up to being I think I think so Mike is Mike. You're INVA- inviting him in the car. Right now right. He's welcome in the car. You can stay with Mike and his hotel. Yeah Oh God oh God yeah ah I mean how does that sit out there. I'm sure Mike wants to go back to work dylan seal later. That's a good fan. I need that once in a while right up with us. We got one spot and I cycled the acquiesce to the demand stain. Your Hotel Room. That was awfully quick. I would say trust the minute offense. So how many are going to be in your hotel room just in the world. Oh Oh you're in the room with the war Hawk adjusted at least even his own company else. Really Sir. Staying at big risks is what you're saying warned he said I lo- I'm telling you I love them in the fans. I love the idea. I love the so much the idea of everyone going up in the blizzard. I mean it's so cinematic perfect. It shows their passion and people. It's like loyalty the carbon telling me trudging through the snow up there entered town we will get a lot. I think a good chance we pass fans are already broken down. You know why I love the That's true you wasteland correct. I did love the when we went. We went to the vigilant. You went up the street and you saw the line. But the fans of people walking up their cars and it's traffic and there's just this insane show show crazier than that. Because we're going to be in the Wilbur. Probably even crazier than that. I guess I would think so. I think it'll be peak. This'll be the world is going to be a fun. Like a crazy celebration. This is gonNA be peak madness. I think and it's going to be all people in a concentrated area with this is like a small amount of people but all journeying to the truth the strange pl-. When are you going to arrive? Iwaski what is your Thursday evening probably on Friday day Friday day. I've gotta go set up the area where we're going to be on the ice. We'll have to figure out the plowing situation. Then I'll be doing a lot of cooking Is there a value for you. Mike Not Doing the show Thursday night or no. I don't really earlier about me. Not Getting in and I don't know I'm just saying I don't know if it's if we have the Yeah I mean we could talk with Matt and see if he could just do two shows on Thursday. I don't know I don't. I don't have any reason to believe that. That is a problem for them. Because I know he's going to be staying in anyway. I get things I need to do here Friday so I can do the show Friday. Well Yeah I think it'd be fun of D. C.. And I'd rather do that and we get here. You know ten or something should be should be okay inclined to be awfully slow and as a be there till eight. I mean there's no okay you get ten hours or any any any prep work can be done in the car for the show. moral the only thing it'll be just in setting up the recording stuff. which won't I don't think we'll take too long? Shouldn't take too long enough. I don't know what do you think Steve Thank. You should leave early but we wore up you. Could you could start the show a half hour show on Friday. Okay you'd still Over delivered for the week Vardi overdeliver for the week instrum. Fuck are we talking about here. Jesus all right so Smith countries. Thank you Tommy John Tommy. John Thank you. Thank you Before I mean obviously keep an eye on a good day to go after the globe to go after the Red Sox today's fund fund can rub their fucking faces. And let's keep doing this because I want to see if anybody reports about this in my guess is the answer will be no tomorrow be laughing and calling and not getting answers and do what we do every day anyway. Anyway you know nobody ranchers are calls. Even people love us edge of the calls. May I ask you one question. Sure how many times is my graph to die before it stops being funny. We'll never know the weekly now. I got him condolence messages to respond to these people. What do you mean they send me like private messages like? Hey I'm I'm really starting to hear by Nice of them is nice. Mislead Heartwarming Danila. Care what it is sweet. She's just thank you folks. It's nice ones. If she all think about she died tonight not gonna the WASPA- find a way to work around. You have to go. Yeah I'd have to go to. What is what I'm saying enough? I'd find a way. Jesus Steve Day for you today it is. Yeah Yeah So. What's your phone line? I think I'm leaving around three or four following in the line. Yeah like what like all my appointments day. That's right you know. There's nothing birthday related going on except for dinner tonight interim Portland. Yes everything else is going to be a UH logistics okay. People don't die up in Portland Fed. Yes and the hotel in the area. Yes we think lecture US rubes pulls very nice town. I hate the fucking basketball team. But it's nice town. Yeah no it is. Nice that the restaurants per capita per square mile or very high. Let's play St. They're all good each one. It's a Foodie city point to be food. You sit in that terrible basketball game tomorrow night. No Shit dodged a bullet there the fucking near but yes you would have had to go all the Kirkman and night. Well you know people don't go the Academy Awards for me when I guess that's true but that might have been better for you on your way. Right maybe she bullhorn to the basketball game tomorrow night. Where where's Evans question for one? They backed down remember all they loved us now that well they still love us they do everyone in the office You know loves us. And they're all given Evans a hard time and he still listening but fuck him Honestly hope he gets fired. I really do hope. He loses his house and he's on the fucking street freezes to death. Oh you already wished family dead. So it's a step in his family. It did because kids yet. Yeah I think you wish that has been all want everybody pretty harsh that first time stand by it. A reporter warmer ten the one the twelfth grade the globe is the number. No he called her Yeah it was. All the Boston number was an unusually. It was the a two. Oh two C never keeps a number. It's very strange. Doesn't want to be tracked. You'd probably answering. That's right journalist. I'm sure specs that process investigation being but they do do. Do we play the motto. Oscar show for the listeners are now on Monday. We'll we'll see how it sounds though if we have concerns on several levels it's going to be a shit show but maybe not gonNA say when I heard Travis's connection. That was alarmed. Well Steve Simple. It's not GonNa go over the Internet. The idea of how things work. They're going to get a look at W CSX too Um If you're even allowed twenty three letters away you know what we need to call. What's going to be able to talk to him? Really tempting fade aide challenge on this go. Oh God let's see if you're really good game gears town. It'd be iguanas missing trump. He's even know where taping a Mexican or a hit. Okay or the he orders they hits. Yeah and as if he already doesn't know me that's true after impersonate him. That's a good point. The media was called with that Coupled as a sports reporter who wants to show up and cover the day. I think there's somebody else's covering it just from a town. How interest on sports reporter instinct? It's really like on fishing on sports. Quarrel right now. I WanNa talk to you. They do not going to be there though now. The event is where it's at. I'm their keys there. Stacy's their husbands Bruce Bruce Nelson. It's a potent. Sounds like. She said he might be there. Richard Chandler please. Gabe Kaplan gave Cam this one fly in the Guinness Book Episode. No God I know hello. Hello Richard this is negotiation. One of the one guy hasn't taken a phone call for three weeks. You make them wait out and make him sweated sweated out. I respect this. You know what I offer my own and that punk Gary finally coming back to the crown seems awfully awfully is a really big office for the find him though. Good morning this is your Richard. It's Kirkman the hand from bar. Sports live to tape. How are you h from richer? Kirkman hand from Barstool Sports. We've talked before you're live to tape power. You have been discussing sale of your station. I have a counter offer. You heard Oh man what the fuck disappointing now. Can we believe that Steve is I up because he has phone still going. We can't leave that it live to tape. Yeah I think you got it out there to roll the dice. Drake Mattis Addis Chandler. Have you got any ball. Really WanNa hear you Richard Attempt to guy like Dick Chandler. I'm not living in fear anymore anymore. Can I say by the way you'll before he's not even older now. These negotiations have aged him like the presidency. You're smart guy. You're not that smart. He's playing laying failing on them all. Yeah he is you know yeah. He wants to do like the idea that we stuck with him for like thirty years. One hundred nine the oldest living Richard thoughts. He walks to work every day twelve sharpest attack. I think he's winning winning right now. Harry's he saw the Penn National News and he was like M. Ripe Portnoy got one hundred million. I get at least well honest. I don't think it's one point. Five Live is peanut. I'd rather have w CSX than the ringer. I'm dead serious yet. Much Rather W. CSX Twenty three letters away from total pornography and complete anarchy and completely arche. What first of all? WHO's the guy answering the phone? That's the that's another story. Eighty eighty six hundred system the good morning host. He's the question it's like. We did that those prank calls. which will do again this year? The do another round of Prank calls in twenty twenty. We're going to change the game a little bit. ooh Some point. I remember calling North Dakota Station in the guy was like I was going to talk to me how you doing. I'm like Oh hey you give me all this like one minute okay. We'll talk to you. You hung up the phone and these guys are hustling. I'll give him that. Different hats in every room has to run too but Richard Chandler. I want to also invite him Saturday. That doesn't sound like he's game but why hangups all kidding aside. You're wasting his time. He's a busy man. He's not interested doing what he's ready to get a radio media conglomerate Linux from last time where we disagree. I thought we could very well. We were saying there's no way he's going to get one point five for that station really. Oh this is baby yeah. They probably thought that that you were more serious than the offer than you really were serious. If he came back and listen to some of the episodes you know what I don't like this motherfucker thousand making fucked themselves right now. One hundred thousand thousand dollars for that station. Yeah it's insulting to that station alone. Yeah Quinn five cluster. But that that's the deal. Take it or leave. We don't we don't get this. Oh you get to pick and choose as your chance that we only get like Saturday night. There's three feet of snow. Were stuck in the Oscar for like two days jury. Yeah Talk Talk Show from where we do. The show from Megawati's do it from wherever we needed to supermarket. We could we do from parodies. If they give. That'll be that'll it'll be fucking either be the happiest day of my life all we need is an Elliott. That's right to the world. Isn't it Steve. We could do the show from the supermarket. Are we might do that. We might do that Daymond. We might do that Monday. And you bring an extra couple pairs of clothes now thinking about doing that. Fuck well I could could. Just tell Lakeview. Hey sorry we found a new place for the party now for the. Yeah for the LIMBAUGH. But we stacey and Bruce and the whole group they're wrong stacy's this is an electric co host. I great you think. Stacy's like the manager or stacy's per portion of personal importance there. Okay good and she's got a college age kid. None of expecting I mean maybe they breed them up there. I don't maybe the hell do. I know when you're twenty thirty seven thirty eight years old French Catholic thing. What do you mean? Lots kids. Early family's important That's true families. PORTSEA betrayed All right well with that. Next time I see you Steve. I face to face is going to be in Moscow. Yep you'll be waving down from that plane. I'm happy to do it. I'll be like pilot pussy. Give me the keys. I'll fucking Orlando Myself. Great so Denzel Washington. The plane upside down once harkness plane waved and took off and just boom right away again. That'd be something. I can't believe this guy. Acid you coward mile. I I don't think he wants the first line of his obituary to be killed. Kirkman People Impreza for true. Jesus where would you been taking off from the airstrip in matter Wasco so worried about whether how far can that be. It's the problem is landing. Do we have this guy's number. I think so talk to him. Why not right show phone calls so you answers the phones for us w CSX people matter WASCO answer their phones people megawatts Watkin meteorologists saying supermarkets around the country? But you've never seen big supermarket on the phone you don't that is our economy. That's the thing we'll see happen with this guy because I think I'm willing to do it of a plane got curious what happened Anyway but people talk to win. Is he going on the show. I'm not sure if you got tickets. What's wrong with this? Jesus Heft thirty thousand feet in the sky. How Hey Russ what's going on? I got your live on the show right now with Kirk. He wants to hear What the weather's going to be like this weekend for flying I flying so it happened so so you would just worried about the what Ross Ross? I'm sorry you're worried about the actual weather in terms of landing the plane. Yeah well we're getting right now showing ten to fourteen inches of snow k Seeing any issues here between Thursday night and Friday good morning and then the wind will be picking through the elements was a guy who lives up there are l. aren't the elements always bad or no. They are but As far as winning an airplane on a lake on the snow Not the same as my usual job. Playing seven sixty seven landing on next movement should. Yeah but you know the plane up there as I was saying yes I like my life is obviously really valuable but how about somebody like Mike. whose life isn't that valuable? Would you be willing to try. And land the plane with him. I'd be willing to let might or the plane. Oh you breaking news here and fly the plane. I think you'd be able to get up. I I said I in Atlanta the land right. Yeah well you know I think I would probably take off and If Michael Little Bit of verbal instruction and then jump with a parachute which give them a chance to show okay. Whatever that'd be unbelievable? The plane insured. It's not worth much but it is insured though it seems neither is my. This is perfect. Would you play like absolutely to kill all the fans and in yourself landing the W unbelievable. That'd be perfect. I could have dared by myself. That barstool here all the buffets and just have a nice quiet inner. Read a book that that sounds so good. Now leave Iras. We'll talk to you. Thanks buddy all right. I'm alien needs to be smooth. So the anything. He's being truthful. I offed investigate that. I'd say it's a done deal. Get ready to go fly in Mike. You fly if he's willing to even fly with Mike Land. The plane is the land the plane together all right. I think Mike could fly by intuition. Like you'd have to fly like a Djeddai. Yes your your instincts are higher right. Yeah these things guide themselves. It's really the spirit. Even really need the instruments. Take off and land. He jumped out in inside. The plane is not in the best condition. That's fine says worthless essentially. I didn't know about when she was going. That's fine. That seem very passionate about this so he wants to be destroyed and then mice GonNa land the plane in fairness to me he did not call up and say hey I can take Kirkman spin in my worthless shit right right. Yeah if so. How much can you miss by right? Miles well the problem is you could hit like a ridge or something. We like our bridge in the ice because as I I saw it presses up against each other and you can have pressure. Reggie did land at though. Wouldn't that be unbelievable. Can Be something that'll be credible. I predict. Are you willing to do it. Sure absolutely discuss. Get Guts Buddy Holly Ritchie balance. But they weren't flying the plane and whether the weather was bad though. Yes this is more of a Roy. halladay extremely failed roaming funny old bar so people would like wipe out the fans. It's it all comes together. That's true you just you gotTa make sure we teach the interns had actually video tape measure success obsessively excessively landed a fucking video. Honor offer plenty of b-roll though it's cool video of Justin like in a hot dog into the backyard. Kinda see a plane go by and then I'm like now you have to fight a kid right and you guys were like well. He does help with the Audio Day. Goes Ivy League school this. This is a big mistake. Okay like you flip. The plane lands. Incredible thing no shop out wave to the crowd roud again fifty minute workout try coverage of this trump. That is true. How am I phone? It's an hour ahead and Edmonston. Yeah that's because you're going to be because well you're gonNA wear your MBMD watching keeps on. y'All point excellent point. We'll Dan thank you very much set for North Dakota off to go have to imagine it's not gonna be a long line at the At the border. I don't think it'd be a long line. It's usually really a pretty quick crossing the border in Maine. snowmobiling season Nice. That's true the helmet and doing them up there but you know on the show. That's that's an yeah sorry today day. So Steve Happy Birthday Happy Birthday. Thank you gentlemen. We'll see you Celsius I'll probably yeah. Well my Guy Bossio Saturday. Yeah well on Friday. If you guys come out on the ice now I'll be cooking. It'll be on the ice at seven. Am Yeah he the Wart Hog Justin. Assuming we make by that late and I'm not fishing starts at Sunrise Time Sunrise. There are probably like six six thirty. Okay we'll see it's seven seven so we're back here tomorrow with Matt Wad Globes Red Sox stuff this weird dynamic with. I hope you have a fresh pair. Only those some music for US listening parody songs with him. They're looking at good right. I mean you listen to to parody songs while he was here but those are known but those are known hits you had Elias a true but it also. He wasn't the only one it was. It's different. It'll be different tomorrow. It's going to be different dynamic. Yeah for sure your going to be looking at him. He knows what he's doing. Yes you're confident. Hundred percent hundred percent we know issues. Technically I mean technically no there will be no issues. It'd be great if he printed out stories for tomorrow and it's like there's a man in floored they found the largest Mac and cheese limited seems to be very into the shows in DC. Friday mm Friday. Friday both are on Friday. Yeah Double Coverage Steve. Good Luck God. Speed Happy Birthday. We'll see you a over the weekend and we'll see and talk to you tomorrow. This was pretty reprehensible I. I don't know how it can be anybody's idea of humor.

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S5Ep16 Is the practice of medicine in danger? What does the future hold?

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S5Ep16 Is the practice of medicine in danger? What does the future hold?

"Everybody how It'd be awesome Hello Everyone Dr Ryan here. Thank you for any for that introductory songs Dr Ron. I'm your host of Dr Run unfiltered on answered a weekly podcast bringing you medical news that you can use. I thank you and I have an attitude of gratitude as I welcome you today to another lie podcast. Ladies and Gentlemen Life May Not. Be The party. We hope war. But we're here. We might as well enjoy the dance and when you become aware and appreciative of the good things that either you or other. People do is usually easier to accept the unfavorable things to expressing gratitude. Free around strengths accomplishments relationships mentors and good intentions. Makes it easier to cope with these hard times and our weaknesses and we should be appreciating others. Also Beijing Gentlemen. This program contains general. Medical Information and medical information. Heard on this program is not advice. It should not be treated as such. You were encouraged to confirm any information obtained from this program with other sources and review all information regarding any medical condition or treatment with your physician. Wow aren't we even sit through some some tough times? Nobody knows what this is all about first off. Let's thank Dr Wong Dr Jerry Smith. That for last week's program it would definitely was a gang buster program Had A lot of good reviews on the on the Podcast which is over an hour and fifty minutes It was just just incredible. The amount of information and I've been bringing you information since February eighteenth on the Corona Cova China virus and. This will probably be the last time we talk about it. Because most people either have their minds made up and who they're gonNA believe Czar foul CI or science and We're not gonNA talk a lot about something major happens. I do want to thank our first responders. Please fire firemen and fire. Women truck drivers all the frontline personnel. Who are doing a tremendous amount of work to keep everyone safe and to keep themselves and their families safe so. I WANNA give a shout out to them. I have is saying for a long time. That the real epidemic is modern medicine and I refer you to Dr Caroline Dean. She wrote a book called death by modern medicine. And for all the scientific breakthroughs we have been gifted with over the past century. Modern medicine still leaves us an awful lot to be desired. And there's corruption permeating this system. It delivers in my opinion and Dr. These opinion abysmal results for well over a century. The treatment of symptoms with drugs has dominated the definition of health. Care it's manipulated by the insurance industry. Director Consumer Drug Advertising influencing physicians and other healthcare providers to gifts honorarium honorarium etc and intense lobbying by the former suitable companies. The leading pharmaceutical traber group is Pharma p. h. r. m. a. and the individuals drugmakers. The end result is a sickness industry. Ladies and gentlemen it kills them enormous and not. Manna people each year and the year. Two thousand the editor of the New England Journal of Medicine. Dr Barbara Sti- star field. She published a paper to the year. Two thousand now showing that two hundred twenty five thousand Americans die each year from Aktru genetic causes. What does that mean? I mean. Death was caused by physicians activity? Manner or therapy think about that New Year two thousand. The doctors is not year where the third leading cause of debt and matters have not improved much since then research published in twenty thirteen estimated their preventable hospital errors killed two hundred and ten thousand. Americans each year and to twenty sixteen study published in the British Medical Journal estimated that metaphor errors kill two hundred and fifty thousand Americans each year like an annual increase. Twenty five thousand from Dr Star feels original estimates. These numbers may be underestimated if we include deaths occurring at homes in nursing homes which were not included in this these studies indeed when they included deaths related to diagnostic errors errors of a mission and failure to follow guidelines. The number of preventable hospital deaths skyrocketed to four hundred forty thousand per year. Now you have an idea of the enormity of this problem over testing over treatment or part of the problem there's also corruption instead of dissuading patients from unnecessary or questionable intervention the system revert rewards waste and incentivizes disease. Arou- There was a Article in Polish twenty seventeen by P. L. O. S. One Online Journal stated that Twenty Point. Six percent of all medical care is unnecessary including twenty two percent prescription medications. Twenty four point nine percent a medical test and eleven point one percent of of procedures. And why doctors do this number one site. It reason it's fair. Malpractice number two patient fresher requests and number three difficulty assessing medical records. We'll get more into this but this is Just gives you an idea the enormity of the of the problem and medical care and try and give you some hints today about what you should do to protect yourself. Our goal on this program has always been to make you the CEO of your own body and when you hear what's in store for you in the medical profession is going to be more imperative that you do that. Generally I have a lot of things to talk to you about and I do today but I don't have them as organized as I usually do but I do want to take this time to make sure you understand about the vaccines that they are developing for this virus. Immuno prophylactically of prophylaxis by gene transfer. There's lots of them underway and some were probably started before this outbreak. If you read The Shenanigans with Dr Fallacy Bill Gates. Whol then. Cdc But here's The punchline ladies and Gentlemen these Vaccines Inc virus that invade the human cells with their DNA pay lose. They said that gene is incorporated into the recipient's own DNA. If all goes well the new Jesus struck the cells to begin manufacturing powerful. Antibodies read that again. The synthetic gene is incorporated into the recipient's own. Dna interpretation as an alteration of the human genetic make-up they got coming there just for visit. They're gonNA take up a permanent residents. Hopefully as I said last week the National Guard our Armed Forces will be able to uphold her their oath of Protecting this country from invaders both foreign and domestic. And hopefully they won't be holding us down and giving US vaccines that we do not want and do not need want to give you a name. Dr Doshi D. O. S. H. I. Genius of a man. That's reputation was destroyed during the AIDS epidemic by Dr Fallaji. He wrote an article on the British Medical Journal. He said every year hundreds of thousands of respiratory samples taken from flu patients in the United States. And they're tested. But here's the kicker only a small percentage of the samples show the presence of a flu virus. What does that mean? Most of the people in America who are diagnosed by their doctors with the flu have no virus in their bodies. Oh Gosh don't have the flu so even you assume the flu vaccine is useful and safe. It couldn't possibly prevent all those quote unquote flu cases because they're not blue cases so doctor does she says even if everything were perfect only about sixty percent of the of the American population really has. What's called the flu? Okay One more thing on the vaccine before I go further. There was a study done in the military and they showed that military personnel. Evalu- were evaluated. Who received the flu vaccine? Were thirty six. At a thirty six percent increase risk for the corona virus with only a small ben benefit against catching the influenza quote examining non influenza viruses specifically the odds of both corona virus and Human Meta Numa virus in vaccinated individuals were significantly higher when compared to unvaccinated individuals. This article is titled Influenza Vaccination Respond Tori Virus Interference Among Department of Defense personnel during the twenty seventeen twenty eighteen influenza season talks about blue interference really important that we get educated about this. And they're still saying go ahead and get a flu shot. I'll let you draw your own conclusions of why they're saying that. Get informed consent before you get a flu. Shot Okay so. This study was in the military population and it was published in the Scientific Journal Vaccine. The ACC any in January of twenty twenty and was conducted by Armed Forces help surveillance branch of the Air Force. Wright Patterson Air Force face. Okay so just so. You have an idea what's out there so please do your own research if you're in the military you're a medical doctor. You're not in the military issue medical doctor about this study where they agree with it or not is a solid medical advice from people in this study did provide samples to be tested. Okay so ladies and gentlemen in one thousand nine hundred sixty five those of us who were around then remember a guy named Paul Harvey briefly place. Something that he wrote. Remember the other side of the story. Here's Paul Harvey if I were the devil if I were the devil if I were the prince of darkness I'd want to engulf the whole world in darkness and I'd have a third of its real estate and forbids its population. But I wouldn't be happy until I have seized the ripest apple on the tree the so I've said about however necessary to take over the United States. I'd subvert the churches I I begin with a campaign of whispered with the wisdom of a serpent. I would whisper you as I whispered to Eve. Do as you please to the young. I would whisper that. The Bible is a myth. I would convince them that man created God instead of the other way around I would comply with what's good and what's good is square and the old. I would teach to pray after me. Our Father which are in Washington and then I'd get organized educate authors and how to make the LURID literature exciting so that anything else would appear on interesting I'd threaten TV with dirtier movies and vice versa. I pedal narcotics to whom I could. I'd say Alcohol Ladies and Gentlemen of Distinction I drank is rest with pills. If I were the devil I've soon have families at war with themselves churches at war with themselves and nations at war with themselves until each in its turn was consumed and with promises of higher ratings. I have mesmerizing media fanning the flames. If I were the devil I would encourage schools to refine young anthrax but neglected discipline motions. Just like those run wild until before you knew it you'd have to have drug sniffing dogs and metal detectors at every school house door within a decade. I'd have prisons overflowing. I'd have judges promoting pornography soon. I could've kicked God from the courthouse then from the schoolhouse and then from the houses of Congress and in his own churches I would substitute psychology for religion and science. I would new priests and pastors into misusing boys and girls and church money. If I were the devil I'd make the symbol of Easter egg and the symbol of Christmas a bottle. If I were the devil I'd take from those who have and give to those who wanted until I had killed incentive of the ambitious. What will you bet? I couldn't get hold states to promote gambling as a way to get rich. I would caution against extremes and hard work and patriotism in moral conduct. I would convince the young. That marriage is old fashioned. That's swinging is more fun than what you see on. Tv is the way to be and also I could undress you in public and I could lure you into bed with diseases for which there is no cure in other words. If I were the devil just keep right on doing what he's doing Paul Harvey Good Day. Well you believe that raising gentlemen just like the old days one radio no script just all harvey all right Just two things. I wonder if there's a caller that has some ideas about the topic. I want to talk about today eventually. Get into what is the future of medicine I just had to mention one thing really quickly though I just have to You know about people driving their in their own car by themselves with face masks on and it's been analogous to someone saying to me. That's why they have instructions on shampoo bottles two days ago headline in New Jersey driver in a crash may have passed out from wearing and then ninety five mass too long the crashes be is believed to have resulted from the driver driver wearing an n ninety five masks for several hours and subsequently passing out behind the wheel due to insufficient oxygen intake or excessive carbon dioxide intake. These gentlemen we said this Multiple Times. Your blood oxygen level goes down. You wear these mass. There's no doubt you know this is if you're in a crowded area you're going shopping and public but if you're by yourself in your own apartment there's no need for a mask. I'll get into that later but I wanNA I haven't. We have a caller that I want to bring on because he said he is short on time and I would just introduced this by saying about three months ago. I was fortunate to have Dr Powers on my podcast. Talking about Physician assistants who they were going to get licensed in the state of Pennsylvania without medical supervision. And they could have their own practice. Write prescriptions or what have you she provided me with the chart. This show that the total number of patient hours require through training for a family. Physician is between ten and twelve thousand hours the number of hours for a nurse Practitioner. Five hundred to seven hundred twenty hours so caller number one. You had some ideas about the the way medicine is going. Yes Dr Ron I. I do My background is. I'm a scientist as well as a doctor and I think We kind of knew the way medicine hopefully would go into future minus the political forces that is trying to directed otherwise and they take a lot of it. Was You know technology? I know you're real techno maniac and you like modern things and you see how things you're going and I TRAINED UNDER SOME BRILLIANT PEOPLE. And they said you know when most people are replaced by a machine they that does a better job. Should be the mind. And I think you know. Under the present Kobe impetus We're GONNA SEE A lot of changes. You know that were probably coming down the pike but Not at the rate that we had expected until Cova came along I think. A lot of the technologies are going to be held the diagnosing and monitoring of people with the interpretation of tests and so forth and hopefully if they use it properly it should do a couple of things it should expand the doctor patient relationship and not replace it and it should allow for better healthcare and hopefully added cheaper price You know But also it's going to provide a lot of areas. I mean Yourself I know you put some fine children through college and those on the radio network know what a tremendous expense that is but now we're finding that children can learn at home can learn the computer you know without the classroom and without the sixty eight thousand dollars a year tuition and you know if they apply themselves they can learn just as well. Now you that you know would become available to the populous and you know who couldn't pay that amount of tuition but still have a brilliant mind and can learn so. I think you know what we've seen with Cova. Dr Ryan is you know we're faced with the future would be and we're faced with you know the need to do it now and hopefully when this is all said and done we will have learned a lot and we will have done a lot and hopefully we will come out better on the other end. That would be the hope. serve but You know the way things have gone since nineteen ten and I'm GONNA lead lead our listeners through that that history in a minute when Rockefeller put a hundred million dollars into the system to destroy anything natural or turn it I don't think the future bodes well for the average person can't afford to pay for private care that is care is going to be delivered by nurse. Practitioners with. I'm not saying they're bad. Don't don't get me wrong. There is a need for them but they need to be supervised. Pharmacists You can see now that pharmacists now can do the. Cova testing in Florida. Anyway they're going to be licensed to test and prescribe so I. I think that our listeners. In my humble opinion happy to be educated and they have to do their own reading their own research And they can't rely on Google because Google would takes down a lot of things that are natural. You can't find anything about COLLOIDAL silver on Google. You can't find much about ozone on Google you can find you can't find anything that contradicts the CDC and until we can have an open minded open ended discussion. And when the discussion gets funneled down one particular path. I'm afraid for the future of medicine. In general I agree with you. And you know that's why your radio program and a lot of which you Report is very important. There's nothing better than forum. Consumer you know say joke with Google. I don't know whether I'm talking to Harvard or Harry. It's really hard as well. You see the screen right. Yeah exactly as far as mid level care. Well we were taught as doctors. And you know you've been in professional long time is that you are part of the team. You know you had the most education and then at some of the most experience with some of these lower level care professions. WanNa do they WANNA be a part from the team and you know we as doctors have to be part of the team. Why are they a part from the team? So I think you know with patient care a bunch of good minds working when a patient's and all aspect is the way to go exactly and I have talked about looking at medicine as a An engineering model as as all in as a systems model that a lot of things are connected. I I laugh at you. Know you went to a couple get get a physical and the intake Nurse practitioners as well. Who's your pulmonary doctor? Who's your heart Doctor Who's your kidney doctor? Who's your dermatologist? I mean I don't have any girl you know I don't I don't I don't don't do it that way. And then John recently sat in on a Tele Conference where a heart patient and heart patient was concerned with their c reactive protein Because they had some dental issues and so the the cardiologists said well. That's not my field and have your primary care order it. If you have a high c reactive protein maybe I can prescribe high doses of statins for Ya. Hello Yeah exactly wh where. Where is this getting to the core getting to the system? That's out of whack. The subsystems is out of whack throwing everything else Crazy right I mean. That's that's where I'm coming from and not not a reductionist theory of just separating out one system from another because it's all related exactly not only related all interacts as you know from practicing medicine. Most times we hope one plus one equals two. Sometimes we find out the our supplies. One plus one equals three in one. Plus one equals one. We never know how the patient's going to react. And it's the reaction the interaction and the coexistence of many factors which have to all be taken care of in order to take care of a patient. Right there's a lot of processing that has to go on and I and I think that the public in general is getting short changed right now with having things so fraction it you know reminds me of You know a unity. There is strength. You know if you don't want to be strong then you you break it up at the little pieces and I have a good friend. That's a pharmacist and He he just goes crazy doing what he calls a brown bag evaluations. He has people taking their medicines and senior citizens average take of medicines seven different ones and he chose them how one interacts with the other. How it interacts with some vitamins. They're taking so you know no wonder there's so many deaths from medicine every year people are just. There's lots of lots of moving parts of this this problem so although I don't one pharmacist treating I mean have they are educated in in pharmacology. They know chemistry. They know interactions. They have a very important place but Right there you go. Yeah that's where the team and I can't know everything But you know glad to call on Joe and say Joe I got this patient and which could you go over? His medications for me so That's my fear for the future. This people get educated and then the the job they're doing on natural passed out all of that you know all that is scientifically valid. They did is not necessarily the good but contrary But ultimately the all that is not published and not scientists necessarily bad so A lot of the natural things that are out there. There's no money to study them. There's no money to slide. It doesn't mean they're bad so I have a real problem with people just sleight of hand saying well. That can't be good. There's no slutty as well. If you go to Pro Publica and look up studies. You'll find that. There's a thirty six retraction rate on on on studies and if you go to. Dachshund dollars DACHSHUND DOLLARS DOT com. You'll see how many physicians are on the take from pharmaceutical companies to try to turn out the articles. One guy on their six hundred thousand dollars. He's made already turning out articles dachshund dollars. So I mean I You you're a scientist caller and Do you do you disagree with that now? I think it's a lot of liberty to that. I think the the whole scientific method is probably questioned at this stage. You know like I like like I like some of my friends. Say you're you're you're guys feel good and they said no you. Don't you're sick you just don't know it yet? Because you haven't been lumped into a disease you just don't know it yet guy. So the World Health Organization definition of health is a state of complete physical mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. That diagnosed ignores that our perceptions of health and disease are context dependent and change over time. So at what point in life? Is anyone completely healthy? I mean these are these are questions. We have to talk about because the disease model refers to a combination of scientists symptoms. Okay and our medical students are taught you know you put these these scientists symptoms together you come up with a quote unquote diagnosis. And then you go to the next block and it says for this this like knows you use medicines one two and three and you order tests four or five and six and that's the way it's coming down when I these the young physicians. I haven't caught that eye contact with. Don't have any idea what a differential diagnosis is. Or how the have a think out a problem how how things could be other than what they look like you know like. Mo back thing caller number one cause disability worldwide. I look this up. Eighty three million eighty eighty three million years. I don't know I I saw a statistic that It accounts for eighty three million years. Live with a disability. Low back pain. But is that a symptom or diagnosis. Exactly you're right it could. It could be muscle pain. It could be a malignancy it could be an infection so it'd be sitting on your wallet. Exactly I mean it's it is. That's what I always ask. These guys is that A. Is that a diagnosis. You'RE GONNA put down on the chart or are you going to look for something else so I think we're in a little bit of trouble from from the way we were taught forty fifty years ago And how to how to look at a problem and how to analyze the problem and know that you know you could be wrong. You may need help. You may need another member of the team. I think that's what you're talking about right right person any more than one diagnosis. You know they're one symptom and you have to separate the two and you have to know how to approach the person as we were taught. It's not what disease this person have. What person has this disease? We're yeah yeah exactly and a lot of times you know it could be psychological and you only I mean. I don't know how he is going to pick that up. You know. How's it going? How's it going? How's it going to pick up a guy walking in with his head down? Maybe a tear in his I. I I don't know the answer. So Ladies and gentlemen I'm GONNA quote whatever. It is science because I keep in front of my desk. The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits. So you know you just. There's a lot of things going out there to just plain dumb so you have to think about it you really do have to think about it and the AMA is You Know I. It is a political organization. They would like to do away with their herbs and homeopathy and nutrition and native American medicine and they've been that way ever since nineteen ten. That's Rockefeller J. D. Rockefeller and Game One. Hundred million dollars well. Also the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of teaching funded the AMA. They rent and they made sure that medical schools were forced to comply with new standards when they got rid of everything else under the restrictions imposed by this new found that Ama the number of medical schools dwindled from four hundred in the nineteenth century. Two one hundred forty eight by nineteen ten and just seventy six medical schools in nineteen thirty so they came in and they wanted to make sure they had a monopoly. So the only way I can look at it the The congress they they they they weakened the competition or they removed them so they attacked Chiropractic. I mean it. Of course they did lose that in court but this has been an ongoing battle And then with the billing extortion. Oh my God. If you don't have the right doing codes and they own the building codes Corradi anything about the building codes the AMA. I think you may have dropped off. Did Anyway. And that he owns the building codes and that crazy the own. The building codes so they put together these codes Physicians and healthcare providers can submit forms and get paid for the to the Insurance Company. But only if they are matched to the Ama approved treatments and they generally are prescription drugs. They don't generally allow for payments preventative. Complementary or alternative medicine incredible. I mean that's a whole show just on the CPT codes and the diagnostic and who is evolved in that two gentlemen they own that the Ama rented from them and then the building companies rented from them. So I told you allopathic medicine is risky. I gave you this statistic in the beginning of the program and how many lives are lost legally prescribed drugs. Of course the drugs are out there too and they directly or indirectly kill Seventeen twenty thousand people annually. Give you a number just blows your mind. The United States government spends about fifty billion dollars a year to fight a war against illicit drugs. Think about that fifty billion would be and I was. I would have proposed that. America's more deadly allopathic drugs continues drug props congenial be ignored so we had a great caller there. So I I in talking about everything I wanted to talk about. But you know until for every ill is is is probably the best saying that. We're going to be stuck with and we have to be careful about Testings that we allow ourselves to be To undergo and then not everything has to be fixed. There is a tincture of time. And you can wait it out. Why aren't we taught that doing nothing? Sometimes the best approach and sometimes watchful waiting might be a good good treatment. Alternatives of course medical device companies they. They provide a tool for every procedure. Magic Bullets so ladies and Gentlemen Having a little bit of technical difficulty here but you know just let you know about the masks okay. They do decrease your Oxygen content some infectious disease. Experts have suggested that wearing face masks has maybe aviva keeps you from touching your face in those so that might be a reason to wear it but there's a downside of course you don't want to go to a bank with one all right ladies and gentlemen this is Dr Ron host. Dr Ronald filtered uncensored You might want to do some homework on Dr Falcone and his history with HIV doctor. Gallo and how he rose is such a position of prominence in controlling night billions of dollars of research money and owns patents along with the CDC and WHO and The Gates Foundation on vaccines and drugs and just to see how powerful he is as our. Okay just WanNa leave you with a note that I found an article today that the authors of one study found evidence that the risk of Cova nineteen is is higher in enclosed environments such as your home or transportation vehicles German scientists culture services Surfaces in one home where people were infected and did not find any live our viruses. They're gonNA follow that one up. Only one outbreak is known to have been passed outdoors and the whole world and the benefits of being outside his gentleman just like they did with the Spanish flu. Probably related to the vitamin D production and exposure to fresh air. Okay so lazy. I really appreciate your listening today. We're GONNA keep it a little bit short Because of some technical problems on my end starting next week we're going to continue to talk about the immune system and how to keep it strong and you. We have millions of bacteria in our society. We have more millions of viruses there in there we wait. Xm So we have to quadrivalent X. zooms in our body. Who knows what they are to Quadrille Ian? That's a lot of numbers. Ladies and gentlemen so with that being said Just have a great evening and we'll see you next week and with that we have this little group from Philly. Take Home Ladies and Gentlemen. Thank you for listening to Dr on each and every week. 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Speaking Opportunity For Podcasters

"Stephen Hooper this is built a big podcast. A couple of episodes go mentioned an online event associated with international podcasting day. Another one is coming up and there is an opportunity for -tunities for you to be part of it is not for international podcasting days for something called podcasters Kit. This is organized by guy. No in Nashville. Dan Morris is his name. He's a podcast called tracing the path. It's kind of like Paul Harvey's the rest of the story. That's kind of thing that interest you. Tracing the PATH DOT COM has more information about that. He is also doing something for podcasters called podcasters Kit. This is a big package has dozens of podcasters evolved. Dozens of marketing people involved. Here's where the Promo Memorial says says everything a podcast needs to grow improve monetize and gain confidence to promote this package. He is doing a nineteen our live livestream. It happens on October seventh. You have an opportunity to be part of it. If you want to be on a panel about podcasting. There's an opportunity agree there. If you want to be interviewed about podcasting and marketing podcast he held you up. Maybe you want to interview somebody else about podcasting and marketing podcast that is an opportunity for you as well. If you present something about podcasting and marketing podcast there you go so four opportunities number one if you WANNA be on a panel about podcasting too if you want to be interviewed if if you want to interview somebody else or if you want to give a solo presentation Dan woke you up. He's done a great job of getting the word out about this or the coolest things that he's done is he's not sticking to the usual suspects that you think of when you think about podcasting we'd tendency to get in a Rut. We see the same keynote speakers we see the same people being interviewed you'd the same topics being presented and one of the things that Dan brings to the table with this is he's not a podcast or I was actually in the blogging space doing a lot of public speaking so he sees the creation industry in the spread in a message industry from those perspectives. He's got a lot of contacts in those parts of the industry. He's bringing them into into podcasting space because a lot of people are coming into this space from blogging from public speaking. These guys have a different perspective that will help you with your podcast is things that you haven't thought aww or things that the usual suspects haven't brought up. I haven't seen the kit that he is promoting yet. That will be a podcasters kit. Dot Com starts October seventh but I guarantee he you for knowing Dan seeing the past things that he's done. There's something in there for you. There's definitely an opportunity for you to be part of. This live event if you're interested. I'm gonNA give you his email mail. You can go to him directly. Dan At podcast Kit Dot Com Dan D. A. N. At podcasters Kit Dot Com speaking of interview opportunities I'm starting to bring more people onto. This podcast. Got Some great interviews with people who do interesting things in podcasting. I think you're going to get a lot out of them. I'm still doing the short so's super focused content but want to give you a different perspective on podcast that you might not have thought of things that will help you grow your audience. Get more people to your podcast connect with that audience spread spread your message and also make money with your podcast. If you want to keep up with this the best way for you to do that is to subscribe and ended up very easily big podcast dot com slash subscribe iphone one button get subscribed android one button. Get you subscribe. RSS Feed one button gets you subscribed is very easy. Go check it out. Big PODCASTS DOT com slash subscribe and if you're already subscribed first of all thank you very much but you want to see what an effective subscription page looks like go there anyway I steal it. Big PODCAST DOT com slash subscribe. That is how to do a subscription page. Thank you for subscribing. I'll see

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#343 Rebates for Amazon with Paul Harvey of Seller Chatbot

Amazing FBA

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#343 Rebates for Amazon with Paul Harvey of Seller Chatbot

"I hit by introduced to you. Mr Michel Visi Hey. Hey Hey welcome to amazing F._B._I.. The place to be a U._K.. Based Amazon entrepreneurs. I'm your host Michel Visi. Welcome to the show ladies and gentlemen welcome to the amazing F._D._A.. Show this is your host. Mike visi delighted to welcome in France the show who are of no probably at least three as a hobby of seller chat bots so pulled welcome back to the show thank you thanks insurer. Tell me about this. The rebate flow we mentioned this before aw this is one of the more controversial but also potentially succeed topics get into this at is we published our recent rebate flow about maybe two three weeks ago and Ian non-state recently and we were reluctant to be reluctant to because again now Michael Euboea you've been around for years and you remember the period on Amazon Win Incentive Osborne views. We're allowed yet. It was housing days. I remember I remember to win. Amazon made this will only say Amazon when this thing was with strategy was effective. You can simply go into a salt lake aims at Trucco Butt Lifts Your Product Bay people buy it at a discount and then give debut fossil review ranking goes through the roof and five star reviews go through the roof and was a great strategy however at the Tom I was on the faint saying though God's this is breaking service and I did believe that but Amazon did not clamp down and there was no nothing strict in its Yo. We're saying that and then what happened a year and a half later author Amazon got some bad press about this and was only changed the bet that Cynthia waste in England during incentivize reviews abuse will be banned and that it held up to that now John Period hours trying to be an Oscar. I'll be morals and say this against service undoing doing you instant reviews however all my competitors did and they just they just flew straight cost me so I try to be a Ska chop play by the rules and it didn't work actually those putting much subjective because I assumed as against service but <hes> I people said no but there's no actual nothing against Eustis in terms of service. Now rebates are exactly this. It really is because I said I goes in a few other little was because there's nothing in the Amazon chose that says rebates on too loud nothing at all so <hes> and <hes> have an odd number of hopper foul says go to enrolling from Amazon saying yeah you can do it however when you mix reviews rebates in vain you ask for a review wrote the EH breaking Te'o is and I've never seen anyone being suspended for rebates but that have seen rebates than Oscar reviews from rebates those people being suspended so it was like to think of the Surat Amazon makes more money off of a full procel than a discount so they actually happy pee rebates because they make more money so that secondly <hes> Hoxha's Amazon checklist how they know you doing rebates donate any excess you'll pay Pelicans and a whole bunch of stuff there. It's a pain so that there's two factors the reluctance to change this however that being said did what's GonNa Happen. Next is people are going to abuse the system that radio and then Amazon will be forced to make these changes so again off. Thanks everyone you know what your business decision but do it now because <hes> how long is this loophole game opened four and rot knock to do when it rebate is expensive expensive but it's the best way to really make sense. I mean I think is very grown up way of looking at business kite comedy from a distance like okay so let's let's look at the three levels of your life like for example. If you go back to the seller review things so those who have been around for a while she say first of all back in the day yes you could basically just by reviews effectively fleet or interest people heavily and quite understandably that was against the spirit of the review system against the letter of the law as it stood at that point <hes> if you try to go I have positive but there is a point where that flips on his head because you've been very aggressive. Suddenly Amazon tons up because what rightly the press was <unk> accurately ethics saying that they've done system is accurate so yeah and this is so so strategy overall strategy in other words not tactical a state about that just about the winter when Amazon they stopped they incentivized reviews <hes> there was a period of a year and a half halfway there were tons of Amazon Kosher courses pushing at so easy now because you just lift your product and his unease reviews on skits so dots and so and so forth and so easy when Amazon named changed the rules people had no boxing experience that Amnat launcher products doing your thing and then it's a tough spot and actually during period actually told a number of others at us these Incentivize Review Service listen. You're missing a learning how to do your own marketing. You're taking shortcuts. It's a welcome back about you and <hes> yeah it did and I knew I was part of a course back then a helped on this training course with over one hundred fifty the people and once that's review system stop. The coast closed down because people do now payments as not learned facebook ads P._p._C. B._B._C.. They can't yeah you've actually got to be growing up market yeah. I that's a really good so I think this is. The grownup furnace is like number one. Everyone else is doing doing it so if you don't you'RE GONNA lose out number two. It's GONNA change so have alternative marketing strategy number three. I guess implies is be very aware of of Amazon's Atwood. This didn't change incentivize review because it was kind of in their interest because if things like five products people buy it so it made my I'm in love money they make money but then it just it was starting to affect their brand with consumers which is sacred so then they changed it. Whereas in this case is all the same stuff again is one when it starts appearing on the news and Guardian and the Telegraph and will the sun? Maybe identity depending demographic. You're after these are the British newspapers guys we listen from America my cat whatever it is almost significantly in in social media than yeah okay. They're going to have to change it. It's funny how old school I am as the major papers is the main place as the things need to pair of course it's not going to be it's going to be on social media. I guess but yeah at that point it affects that brand dot com effects whether people go to Amazon or actually stopped comes in and whether they trust Amazon to buy dope by once that starts happening yet. They're going to change it so we go to if you're doing something that's high risk. It's just like a good tennis player. You'RE GONNA put the ball just inside the line and the closer you are to the line the more accurate you need to be and then we need to keep an eye on that Germany so makes sense so okay. We've done all the the legal stuff stuff say it works for now. How how we GONNA got? How does this actually work then? There's two options Because rebates or very trending strategy now especially you with a chat bots the you can automate everything if he is many chats next you automate the whole prosise where customer <hes> wax you buy your product in send you the order I._D.. And then using others A._P._O.. Intake grammatical in check Gazon counselor the order I._D.. And if that becomes positive then do an automatic paper refund so pretty much <hes> monitor people refund much May. Maybe do add another products to customers. Maybe you're doing a buy one. Get one offer whatever it is so you can automate everything which is great in our recommend everyone I went to do that. However <hes> I was actually speaking to so <hes> Maku you've mitts ABC's solvency and about two months back myself growth and Neopolitan such and steel and we're talking about with summation and was saying to Steve You know we really wouldn't do what summation of rebates in such parts you go wait a minute? Are you saying you went automated a way to take money out of my accounts on a regular basis. I have no control of among spring. It's we like yeah. He goes. I why bankrupt within a few weeks the strictness how many people get you do that telling people actually aware of this. I guess the point what if what if you'll hold flow went viral you could be bankrupt of nuts. Yes they're always restrictions eastbound using premium place however to loon Badgen restrictions takes a while to deep thirty two rock nods everyone that's great go into that but <hes> with Iraq is rebate flu that soaks customer saying and died eyesight to them. <hes> this is free. It's free but <unk> a squashes free us the reasons freeze because we <unk> A win we do in a launch and win actual feedback with feedback about the buying process the delivery <hes> product improvements on so forth SA- customers away they went must feed on me and then later I can awesome for review which is black hats review choose to or does not now often don't because the customer knows away minutes they found the catch their company wants feedback so also feedback but <unk> winds disabled but Nick Saints Cosmas is while doing this because free is a big catch was free and then in the flow we say to them to get into the search and by instructions and go by and so and so forth and what do as well. It's the <unk> when you do such by the key word they sociable we used to feature into the check box that goes Soko Stuckey words circus saying a baby blankets play <unk> to you would say please search full blue baby blankets for mio said please sociable baby blankets full fool boys so pretty much every time tanks you automate you see towards the keywords to search and buy through any keyword you wish which is really really powerful but anyway okay <hes> eukaryotic disaster estimate as as a whole sociable instructions they buy. It's and you either your <unk>. A photo of the screen shots or they give you the would you do. I have a B._A.. Menu the handles all this stuff so we will we. She knows where when rebates from eight A._M.. To me but twelve bove P._M.. Oh maybe like two P._M.. Whichever because she has to be a way to these as soon as somebody some it's a woodrow I._D.? Or someone submits that a screen shot of the order she would think email address and read the paper you through to them which is great and prefers this because just a V._a.. Or the automation the I think is extremely good point. Which I think is worth underlining? which is that whatever system you got the sense are you you kind of want? Mocks Austin's go viral but you kind of don't want the economics of a negative so yeah. It's it's. That's the big thing whether you still get that now that the check box of death right somewhere in the Promo code section that should this be public and and if you forget to check that box then suddenly uh-huh you'll coca go viral ties stock gets wiped to other free or eighty percent off and that happens all the time and yes as you say you can't do things like <hes> <hes> reserving ordering reserve stock for two weeks and there's there's definitely ways rounded but a lot of people aren't very fluent with if it's in any way uncertain if you look at the the probability relative okay maybe always thinking says risk rewards like maybe a five percent chance of getting my entire stock wiped out that does not risk worth taking indoors. Get your product launch. If that's that's the way of this more that safer so this reminds you also insensitive sort of cash management of the very old school thing. which is you want to automate inflows of Castio business and you want to write check or something for all of your very old school especially in the U._k.? But you want to write a check for all of your bills because that means they have to invoice you on then you have have to manually approve the check and then you have to get it in the post and then they have to take it to the bank and then it takes four days clear whatever it is. It's the same thing you want to protect your income but you want to make it as easy as possible for people to buy and then that means over protecting cash flow is more light turned up than damn right so that's a very are you wise thing when somebody who's an expert in automation tells you not to make things because that's the downside and the guy that does bowl containers in a week and does laptop or something yeah. He's a pretty serious guy yet. I'm conversations to get him and and the <hes> the Tuncay collected podcast <hes> <hes> yeah yeah he's a seriously so absolutely and when somebody he's got that level of experience tells you selfish worth listening so that does very very smart so tell me a little bit more Einstein. He can use chat bots. He improved P._p._C. as well so this is a bit of another Ninja tactic that we mentioned so tell me a bit more about how `Bout Okay so so this actually actually this is brand new told you about this so now people ask me Paul Wet superheroes. Oh so you use do you use the storefronts that adds cost the brand new everything and to be honest. I haven't used a superhero now for two years Shirley because in all my my by Flus I do search and by meaning I give the customer search and by instructions so maybe I WanNa wrinkle the the keyword baby blankets. I'll tell them top in baby blankets on Amazon on approach to his picture of purchases. That's it and upper this because Amazon Amazon see wait a minute customers coming to the homepage topping the keyword and going through this oaten finding this product they all this product must be keyword so you're ranking within seat goes through the roof however very much interacting with them and see forget the data I think <unk> advil baby blankets and they click on your dad at two costs and purchase what happens then well. That's an extra renting ranking points for Amazon because Amazon Las Whitman's this customer kicks on this much of that in both immediately they have focused products must be robots keyword and this this product will then have a lower acoss in a lower <hes> Amazon heads. I remember with Amazon ads. Think about what does episode make more money or the <unk>. Let's say for example. You're a bestseller and <unk> very push very slow so the and ube an odd but it's a five dollars a click in Ubud one butterick Amazon was saying you over me because you are abyss of the Amazon. There's more chance making sale for you as with me and was what makes money off. The sale so it's really important to not is at now blessing. Wait a minute people atop keyword on this much of that and buying. It's not your acoss drops and your rhythm and see improves so as people ask people was prancing all poll adobe to spend more money on P._p._C. because it's more efforts Betcha Mike yes but it pays over in the long run you ascending so many social signals to your listing the Amazon cannot avoid it and was on wait a minute. I'll go loves US and your ranking goes through excellent and the thing is that <hes> it's a penny wise pound foolish if you're going to spend money on getting people to the list in the first place it's GonNa cost you money. It's getting to into to Amazon so the bottom line is that you want to tickle the algorithm and say this product is relevant to your customers and is GonNa make you money so there's always the the three oldest are involved right with rankings number one Amazon. Is it GonNa make the money number to the customer who is God innocence is. Is it going to keep them coming back to. Amazon is going to keep the trust. That's the brand thing and then you're going to make the money in the end of the day right so if you can do those things I was going to reward you and that means high rankings means more visibility which means more sales big the market share. We've already talked about the importance of that and everything else good floats in that so yeah. It's it's just such a no brainer really but you're going to have to devote more money to the. I think that's one another thing that's come into the the really successful is that we both personally no is that they are ready to spend a lot of money to launch in a very aggressive way but what they don't depend on the expensive traffic sources for ongoing money but the point about this is that yes it's more expensive but it sends such powerful ranking signals that you're going to get done it ranking which means that you get free traffic for Amazon and that's in the jet stream what if you call it then then then you're in business right and then you can basically dial back on all the expensive marketing and dial up your price and you're sitting pussy and so it's it's one hundred percent make sense. Well it pull a now. Oh you got stuff off and take care of your your different businesses. The AMUNDSEN businesses the software as service which I understand is is pretty hard work but you've done the hallway for everyone else so that you know you've done the sweat behind the scenes so everyone can do an easier job of flawed shing. Thank you so much fuel honesty and wisdom about the limitations of these things things in how to box clever and it's not a silver bullet but that really is extremely effectively. We can pull now. So how do people get hold of you. What what are the options that you offer just briefly the best thing to do that. Everyone is reach out to me. It's so the chat. Bots are just pulled to the chat. BOTS reach out today and if I'm if I'm slow live to respond to just make it supports the chat bots purely because <hes> yeah that's GonNa jump. Hornets enforced forced me to take action because by most often gets overflowed anyway reach reach out to us in such a lot and then we'll often currently is while Aikman's everyone is this is ripped to bus basic templates to basic top of packages you saw brought but now a monthly fee and then you can get going rotten down you set up in such a drag knocking do everything that other tech foams can use so basically he's a chat waited on their websites. If you went to use facebook ads or anything really anything that may check can do we can't do it. Maye chats with <unk> differences secondly while recommend to everyone is we have some advanced training <unk> templates for example. Let's say maybe you WanNa do a with a fortune that has rebates big discounts and viral sharing. That's a really <unk> flow. We have all that stuff with advanced templates with was comes with advanced launch training which is basically me just talk us through a whole bunch of strategies which I use US clients as well and and again if you get uh-huh training or go apologize because you're sick voice very very soon. I think it's fine then you have a big problem with voice. I trust me. I've interviewed a lot all people I I think he's as good as anyone else but I think the fact that you will not be us. Artists already helps <hes> with <hes> in this kind of arena <hes> so the events training with you and there's a basic version of that and then from what you're saying you mentioned clients so presumably people can <hes> <music> get hold of you to discuss working with us an agency effectively <hes> <hes> so <hes> it sounds to me like this basically three three different ways to work with you right so those the basic use of this ball there's events training and templates and <hes> and then there's working with you personally and you guys implement the stuff for them right exiting kids so <hes> and just remind us of the euro that people want to get into you know what we'll put it in the next twenty easiest knit <hes> because it's GonNa be a long one so that's great stuff. Thank you so much for coming back on the show thank you. It's always good yeah I I. I really enjoy talking to you and like I said the mass teach background you got that way of analyzing things and you're honest ability to combine this is really good in Ah area where as you say if get obsessed with rebates and that's only basic look mechanism that that's all very well until it gets closed down and then they'll be out business so I like the fight you put that in perspective but you know being puritanical is like okay you know you can do it for the moment. Lupu will be closed but for now. Let's make but with with a bit of wisdom <hes> so what's the last piece of advice top. Somebody's WHO's launching products. Whether it's the first product all they've been around for a while. I Guess Society Be Very General Advice. What would you say pretty much the best of US everyone is as basic teacher. Top of Voss is just got there in fail as as fast as you can on their facebook ads daunting I get that chat bots are join however it's don't include you don't for your competitors a spend about half an hour everyday just researching pages and I recommend everyone goes to facebook ads lottery. You can see them or the ads from Mhm Yorker Pizzas topping the rebate you can see then or the rebates ads. Come across and take notes how horrendous the ads all how horrendous. Windass they buffalo's all come across a boatload Nak. Wow that's cool 'cause onto while mean by that is if you could get a hit now <hes> unigate spots and I'm not talking about how is just heaven small budgets. Maybe like a hundred dollars which of <unk> use that to just burn through through a to learn and you learn more about burning wasting money than you do sometimes by was the investing because you are learning to this. You're learning to markets excellent advice. I love what you're saying. I have the sense of this as accurately as you do but the the everyone else is doing it terribly is always a good sign that you shouldn't be so worried about the good and also because it is fairly new and people tend to approach it in the way that I've approached other things that work a different way. I mean somebody's treating my my salad shot balts. A series is anybody that wants to basically like bad email. Marketing is just spam spam headed bits bits so will you suggested earlier is like nurturing people immediately which you've heard already from polcy now just give them good content and you know the audits is in what content they want from. The new strategy you suggested is not going to be hard to be better at one thing I've noticed and this is something we need to be careful of. Is that a a whole bunch of this rebate fluids rebate ads everything was clear as soon as I clicked on the ad this was a Chinese and English was terrible. Ultra speak to them. It was as a more terrible as well as English speaker we in a good spots because they I mean in terms of numbers in terms of units they can just use the manufacture mole but cons odds that someone could you speak up that we could so again that win lost on absolutely I mean that's the other thing amazes me just to wrap up on this that we are in golden period right now where the Chinese sellers is still although they're producing photographs now on Amazon but they still have a habit of writing awful English and things that just don't appeal to like have happy time. This is such such a major hello. This is a neon signs and this is a tiny seller that cannot last stomach somebody he's spending collectively billions of dollars a year on marketing to Amazon at some point the penny simply has to drop that you could hire somebody fairly cheaply. He's a native speaker to your copywriting for you and so crazy radical idea but it's gotTa happen at some point and at that point we lose our vantage again yet talking of playing you know making Hay while the sun shines unless going to change as well so you know is a Kazai depressing thought to end up butts equate. I also like but it's brilliant time. I'm right now to get into that the fact that you could buy any kind of as you said it doesn't have to be Shakespeare but it's going to be might you stand out in a world of terrible appetizing <hes> in the in the world of the blind what mine is king is always say pull. Thank you so much as fantastic Adrian. Thank you Michael so what a welcome change is to have somebody <hes> so humble and straightforward and honest about the pitfalls as well as of different approaches in the Amazon space for an incident marketing generally but particularly somebody sells software as a service and training. That's truly exceptional which is why I've got pulled on the show multiple times. We'll have him on again because he's a rare and important kind of person from that point of view also happens to be very very competent otherwise all that niceness wouldn't count for anything so nice plus competent is basically what I require Marquess s. these days and pretty much anyone hang out with the within the Amazon community so pulls a very trustworthy guy which are these the ultimate reason why it's even worth considering listen to what he has to say and very competent I forget this is a man he's very modest and he didn't present that as his pitcher by himself at the beginning of the show but the fact is that he sold leased to businesses in the last couple of years he's built from scratch so an extremely capable ECOMMERCE Sarah in his own rights but now we'll say during the software stuff so if you are even thinking the trump thing I'd really suggest you check out sell a chat Bot because not only is pull a very serious Amazon sell himself a knows exactly what you really need but lots and this is really important. He has created the processes already so even if they weren't program Dante's tap software that is really worth having because reinventing the wheel folks this is just painful and totally unnecessary and so it used many Chattan then you have to create your own checkbook flows that are untested. You'RE GONNA have to go through a lot of expensive SUV testing and a lot of time and effort Jessica worth doing in my experience in my opinion. If you're GONNA do something and not everybody should be using chat bots as part of their marketing. They may assess. I sit decide that is not the right Moncton for them because there are multiple different ways of marketing things and that's absolutely cool but if you are going to do it I was just very strongly you at least give it a trial vile or try it for a month or two before using somebody else's offer because it is relevant to what you do is going to save you hours of time of reinventing the wheel from that point of view. If you are interested either the cell the basic thing itself or the more advanced training. I know that <hes> they evoked trainees. Currently on southbound two hundred ninety nine dollars was at the time of recording so late July the August but I believe they're going to take that down that offer in a few days and it will go back to the standard price four hundred ninety nine dollars so if if you are considering getting some advanced chatting with some of the stuff that pulls me and talking about with rebates and facebook ads obviously you are GonNa Learn as Paul said the best way to learn experience experience but you might as well start from training structure of somebody who really knows that onions and if you're going to do that we have a deal few amazing F._B._i.. Dot Com forward slash chatter support that C. H. B. O. T. Amazing F._B._i.. Dot Com I bought I once again just to be clear and honest. Yes I am an affiliate pull but I'm I'm proud to be associated with pull the Super Smart Guy he's kosher if you like a real person real llamas in seller and very good at creating products and services that serve people so I'm very happy to be satiated with him and of course like any affiliates who deal the means that the merchant either person selling the and stuff is the person who ends up paying for it so you would never pay more through an affiliate link so there's no downside really but do what if you like and go through whatever links he liked but I would say the final thing to say is this bio means assess this chat bots and make the decision as some very smart sellers. I know do that is not part of the marketing mix that they think is the right way of them spending their money and effort but I wouldn't dismiss it without at least understanding in some detail what's going on because if nothing else you'll competition is using chat bots and they're going to be using them on a bigger and bigger scale fail over the next coming period is very obvious weather trends gain so inform yourself if nothing else so that you know what the environment you're selling is going to be like if the next just a few months and couple of years so that you go in smart. The end education of the right kind doesn't necessarily mean you have to do everything but you should be aware of things thus just as important in my because we don't work in isolation and the really smart sellers know that everything they do is relative to the competition and the demand and that's grown upsetting. Thanks very much for listening speech in the next

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S5 Ep 24 Guest Professor Peskin our topic is Sun, Vitamin D and  Omega6:3 ratio

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

00:00 sec | 4 months ago

S5 Ep 24 Guest Professor Peskin our topic is Sun, Vitamin D and Omega6:3 ratio

"Everybody. Way. Hey Ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for tuning in. This is Dr Ron host of Dr. Ron unfiltered uncensored strap on your seatbelts get ready for one of our greatest guests ever. He's been on four other times. Professor Brian Peskins. STRAP UP GET READY YOU'RE GONNA learn a lot. Get ready to take some notes. This program contains General Medical Information. That medical information heard on this program is not advice. It should not be treated as such. Encourage Perm any information obtained from program of other sources and review all information, regarding any medicine or treatment with your. In general. As we tell you and we. Remember for your. Body. You have the right to ask questions and get answers before you allow anything to be done to it. You have the an obligation to learn all you can. Engine in this time of fear anxiety. I, relation. Off things that actually decrease our immune system. You know we're afraid of getting sick. We're free to suppress spreading the virus. Yeah, you're told the hunker down stock up on provisions way. You're not sure what the heck's going to happen. And, this disconnects us from our routines. Our environment I really important from other people and even ourselves. So how we love and care for ourselves, and how we love each other, not only impacts, diseases, but also RV zillions. Depression. Anxiety sleep, issues and performance. What is the answer? Self Care Is True Healthcare Ladies and gentlemen. So health care. So I have. Dr Brian Peskine are professor. peskine is on the program right now, but he has he. has agreed to let us play Paul Harvey's clip from Nineteen Sixty five I. Know a lot of you asked to hear it again. It was really prophetic It's just incredible so I'm GONNA. Pull this up here and we'll play this, and then we'll get on with professor PESCA. Who will build on last week's program and the week before regarding sunscreens vitamin D melanoma. Okay and the dangers of using it to Sunsari, well in any case, let's get started because I wanna get duct a professor I on the air. Here's Paul. Harvey, nineteen, Sixty. Five Ladies and Gentlemen Nineteen Sixty Five. If I were the devil. If I were the devil. If I were the prince of darkness I'd want to engulf the whole world in darkness and I'd have a third of its real estate four fifths of its population, but I wouldn't be happy. Until ABC's the ripest apple tree. The So I just said about however necessary to take over the United States. I'd so Bertha Churches I. I begin with a campaign of whispers with the wisdom of a serpent. I would whisper to you as I whispered to. Eve was pleased. To the young I would whisper that the Bible is a myth. I would convince them. That man created God instead of the other way around I would. Watch. That is good, and what's good is square. And the old I would teach to pray after me our father. which art in Washington? And then I'd get organized advocate authors and how to make literature exciting so that anything else would appear dollar non interesting, I threatened TV with dirtier movies and vice versa I pedaled narcotics to whom I could I'd sale Alcohol Ladies and Gentlemen of Distinction. I tranquilized the rest with pills. If I were the devil zone, have families at war with themselves churches at war with themselves and nations at war with themselves until each, and it's turn was consumed, and with promises of higher ratings I'd have mesmerizing media fanning the flames. If I were the devil I would encourage schools to refine young anthrax, but neglected discipline emotions. Just let those run wild. Until before you knew it, you'd have to have drug sniffing dogs and metal detectors at every school house door. Within a decade. I'd have prisons overflowing I'd have judges promoting pornography soon I could've kicked God from the courthouse then from the schoolhouse, and then from the houses of Congress and in his churches I would substitute psychology for religion and. Science I would new priests and pastors into misusing boys and girls and church money. If I were the devil I'd make the symbol of Easter egg and the symbol of Christmas. Bauble if I were the devil, I'd take from those who have and give to those who wanted until I had killed the incentive of the ambitious. What will you bet. I couldn't get hold states to promote gambling. As a way to get rich. I would caution against extremes. And Hard Work and patriotism immoral conduct. I would convince the young. That marriage marriages old fashioned. Swinging more fun. Than what you see on TV. Is the way to be. And also I could undress you in public. And I? Could you into bed? With diseases, for which there is no cure. In other words if I were the devil I just keep right on doing what he's doing. Paul Harvey. Good Day. Okay Gentlemen Many, requested replay that and it was definitely. What is prophetic at the from nineteen sixty five? Okay so this is Dr Ryan? We have tremendous guess today Professor Brian. Has Skin. And I love him because a lot of reasons, he's really smart, and the so-called experts have called him a quack, and that is such a great title because they have no idea what they were talking about, Dr has been. International lecture he's already physiologic. Plans based on. A highly acclaimed author. He wrote a book that was a landmark book on the Hidden Story of cancer. He was graduate of a prestigious university M. I.. T. The Massachusetts. House a he received an appointment as an adjunct professor in the Department of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at Texas Southern University of Nineteen Ninety, eight ninety nine. This is around the world. Rely on insights and conclusions. Professor has skin is. Quote Physicians Resource for Pe Obey Solutions, and you're gonNA, about about the here, Ladies and gentlemen is just a a a man who is a scientist? He knows how to interpret data. He knows that everything is a system and that system work within systems. He's not an isolationist. He does you know he's not one of like I. Talk About you know who has a dermatologist. Really knowledge and nobody connects all the dots. So I love him having on love him being a guest on this show for many reasons, he is the one that that talk to us about You know fish oils being any freeze. Anti freeze for cold water fish I know that woke up a lot of people out there. Okay. He's the one that that that started all this and he has Coined parent essential oils, but I'm not. I'm not here to tell you about this. If you go to the page on the on on blog, talk radio, there's a link for the four other shows that he was on talk radio. My program Dr Ronald Felton says `red even listened to them there without further ado, I wanNA welcome Professor Brian Basket Thank you. bless your your. This is great all right. Can you hear me absolutely all right so Dr Pass professor? Basket the past couple of weeks. We've talked about sunscreens. We've talked about you. Know what? That there's no validated claims that the sun is not safe because it causes. No, no, we talked about sunscreens, actually promoting skin, cancer and their. Body Systems. That could cause. You. Ain't hormone. Estrogen to start an exact red. And we just. Let people notice. Many beneficial the whole body. and. We talked. You've been and deep sea levels. and. Don't be conned about as the ratings and. on and on about. The to. The fake ties in going. Came across some research about Oh, that gases and cancer and I remember you. On our program one time about. I say well they. Already to learn how to protect themselves against skin cancer most. Sun In vitamin today, and with that talk professor punish you. Let it can just. Inform us of all your research. Well first thing is the skin. What does it made up? There's no fish oil in the skin. There's no. In the skin it is all parent Omega Six. And the problem is if you don't have integrity of that skin because you're reading a pile of processed Omega six adulterated meaning, it doesn't properly work. Your skin will be very problematic and vitamin D is made when the sun hits the skin. By the way, so that's the way you get vitamin D naturally, so if the integrity of the skin isn't there, the vitamin D won't get made properly supposed to also if you're taking fish oil, because it is such a super pharmacologic overdose doc. That will go into the skin and fish oil turns rancid oxidises at room temperature spontaneously, so when the sun hits your skin. That's not supposed to have any parent to make a three. or The derivatives which are DHA EPA from fish oil. That is one of the biggest problems it is spontaneously oxidizing, and that's one of the main reasons why skin cancers keep going through the roof and the dermatologists don't have a clue. Sunscreen is not the answer. There's plenty of cultures that stay out in the sun, and they don't have skin cancer rates like we do, so it's not that. And it's the same old story. The medical profession just never get right because they don't concentrate. On the essential fatty acids like I do it's a real tragedy, but that is the answer to get unprocessed Paran mega six, and it's an seed oils like sunflower seeds evening primrose. It's flat safflower, but you need to get these oils organically if you get them from the supermarket. They are ruined their adulterated. They don't work. That's a hydrogenated oil and tear stera fight oil. There's many ways they can do it. But if you don't get organically grown organically produced oils, you will have cancer in your future absolutely. And some take fish oil, because that's Montaigne Asli oxidises, and if that's in the skin, you are big big problems. If anybody is age spots, spices called Leiper, fuss skin that is oxidized oil in the skin. That'd be skin which a lot of older people do. It's also in all your organs, and no amount of antioxidants you take will help it. So we're. Creating our own demise unknowingly of course, but where our own worst enemy. One of my biggest messages to get these unprocessed oils, because twenty five to thirty, three of every one of your hundred trillion cells has these oils in the cell membrane a quarter to a third. Of every one of your hundred trillion cells. has these oils in them so if there is a deficiency? Or, you're not getting enough, or you're getting adulterated ones. They don't work. One hundred cells. And they don't work. Would you expect there to be a problem? The answer is of course I may not know upfront what they are, but after years of researching it, I can tell you what they are in cancer is one of the biggest ones and that's auto. Warburg's work the greatest physiologist of the twentieth. Century, MD PhD Nobel Prize winner and they didn't know how to solve this problem. He conclusively showed lack of cellular oxygenation is the cause of cancer. Now you're getting that because of the heat on the skin and the adult rated oils. They don't work, so they're oxidizing and boom. It's simple if you understand. What your skin is made up of and again there's no fish. There's no make your skin so anybody saying. My skin is better because take fish oil. How what is the metabolic pathway for that? The answer is there. Isn't you're giving yourself skin cancer? Also, there was a select trial done where the highest fisher leaders got the most prostate cancer, and they couldn't figure out why and I wrote a major paper on that, which by the way got retracted, because so many people complained about. Criticizing Fish Oil, and what they said was because I have plant based oil patents and then specifically disclosed that. That retracted the article. It was a review article. There was no mention of anything. I said wrong in the article, it was just people complaining and the journals today are political. They don't care about the science the way they used to. It's tragedy. The truth is lies lies. Is the truth just as? The, Nineteen fifty-five. Little little monologue it's tragic. Yeah, it really is and I've talked about that and I I have an an article I. WanNa talk about at the end of the program about the Hydroxy Corcoran. We already know that a couple of those articles were retracted from manager journals, but that a complete fraud. That was fraud and they printed them. They get away with it. And to your point about officials There's that Cochran Review. That I write, they could not find any benefit from fish oils. They're the best in the world. Reviewing studies an out of all the fish oil ones they looked at. They can only take about twenty. Supposedly, there's fifteen thousand fish oil studies. They could find twenty that were properly conducted, which means the other fourteen thousand? Almost all of them are worthless and that that's my big Joe. Today DOC publishing as an end in itself. Most of the papers are absolute garbage. They shown even be written, but if you're an academia or at a hospital, the way you're judged is how many papers do you have? And this is why you have visions with their names on you know four hundred five hundred papers, and my big question to them is. What have you shown? Do you have a new drug with all these papers? Do you have a new nutritional supplement? What do you have? The answer is nothing. They are an end in themselves publishing garbage. and. It's very unfortunate today it's gone down the tubes just like everything just like fake news well, there's fake journal articles all over. And the sad part is and once they're retracted. That makes page eighty two at the bottom. Yeah, and the damage was already done correct. That's the very point actually one of the editors of I think. It was a New England journal Madison Her name was Appel A.. B. B. E. L. L.. Resigned because she said. One in ten articles that we get should be printed. But we don't get enough quality articles. She couldn't take it anymore. This was almost ten years ago. And it's tragic. They're printing garbage and they know what they have to. Because they don't have any quality ones, most things shouldn't even get published or they fail. They have brilliant articles written superbly well. But the thing doesn't work, so you have a? Technical written article. On a failure and you know they try to make it seem like it's not a failure, but their failures. And it's just tragic, but dimensions sunscreen actually hazardous chemicals get into the bloodstream, and the FDA had do their own investigation because they could not get this from any of the sunscreen. Oil Manufacturers may big scandal a couple years back. that. You're basically poisoning yourself. With the Sunscreen, and this is the FDA doing it themselves. Never got any real press because it's not in their interest to get this out there, of course, 'cause nobody would use the sunscreens, but there's piles of people to get skin cancer. In areas that are covered all the time. These people don't even go out in the sun or they use sunscreen all the time, so it doesn't even hold up and it makes no sense. The Sun is required. You need the Sun everything rise in the side. And what are we talking? I have two cats. They always pick the sunniest spot to go outside and sit. It's hilarious. Or even I have been some big windows. Don't pick the one spot that has a son and sitting for hours. Now you go there, I, it's different. They intuitively know Gimme that Sun. And what are we told? Stay out of it. Horrible and there's been is made, but the problem is the way it's made. The intermediate factor. Your skin doesn't have the integrity, so we are killing ourselves by the way every lying of your arteries called. The intimacy is made from paramedics to just like skin, so if your skin has light but FUSCO, butts. All the interior arteries due to what's that GONNA do well? It's going to degrade them. You'RE GONNA get a collusion's which clogs your blood clots. You'RE GONNA. Have a mess when you should have nothing. Nobody should be dying of a heart attack nobody. So so your your your theory and your. Your research is showing that we're we're. We're doing this to ourselves. By taking rancid fish oils eating trans match. The Fisher doesn't have ranted I. would just asked US the other day? I you know every patient says I using the best fish oil in the world. It's physiologically wrong like you mentioned before fancy freeze for a fish. Because we have a fish in thirty degree water, it would turn into a block of ice. Just we would. If I threw you in thirty degree water an hour later your block of ice. You're dead, so nature has two possibilities either give you alcohol in which case should have a drunk fish, or what's called long chain, fatty acids, Dha EPA and what people are told is a warm water fish, which are seventy degree. Water has fourteen times last, Dha then the cold water fish living in thirty degree water. Now. It needs less antifreeze. We're at ninety eight point six. So. You take on oil that rancid. Auto oxidises at room temperature seventy degrees, which it does and put it at ninety eight point six. It's all gone bad. You don't have enough antioxidants and what happens is your body takes the antioxidants from areas where it needs them like the brain. And puts it into your bloodstream. Because you're taking all this fish oil. Now, your brains unprotected. Do we have problems? Yeah, Alzheimer's through the roof dementia through the roof. We never used to have that. Before nineteen, forty, nine, hundred and fifty, there was virtually no dementia. Now it's standard and there's no drug that will help you one bit. We're doing it yourself so. User is diet. And how do we need to supplement with the parent? Essential oils and I wanted to just stop there one second because I want our audience to know what with Professor is talking about? He shocking about Omega three and our mega six, which is the linoleic acid? Sticks right and the Alpha Linda leaning Alpha Lynn alantic acid, which is the? Make Mega three? Yes, days turn to. Not Make Them. We cannot make either parent Omega, six or parents make it three. We have to get them from food so I tell everybody just to be safe. Take a supplemented a dollar fifty a day. No cancer, no heart, disease, or when I say no ninety nine percent I mean if you gay if you told me, here's ten million dollars. What is the best way to protect yourself? It's get the organic unprocessed right blend of parenting, Mega, three, parented, mega six and I like Gla, too, because that makes derivatives like pg one, which is your body's number, one anti inflammatory and stops the site a kind storm that they're talking about covert nineteen. That's what killed all these people on respirators, aside kind storm, and then anti-inflammatory modulate. So I like. G A formula that has G. L. A. AND Anything, primrose oil is. Oil for that because it bypasses that pathway, you will have an impairment in that pathway, the Anti inflammatory pathway if you're taking chemotherapy if you're taking most drugs if you're drinking a lot of liquor. If you're diseased, stay will impair it in the average population that has no disease. There's no impairment and this was the big thing. Oh, you can't make Enough Dha EPA from the parent of mega three because they thought all of it was converted into those derivatives, but they missed the fact. Twenty five to thirty three percent stay in parent form in the cell membrane man. You need lots of parent to mega six world overdose on a mega six, all getting overdosed on a dull to rated. Processed nonfunctional Omega six and the reason they have to modify these oils chemically. Is because you can't have cereal smelling like fish gone bad right now when he buy it. Nobody is telling people you better counteract that and professor lands, who is brilliant biochemist? In Nineteen Ninety conclusively showed the oils in the membrane are in proportion to what you eat meaning if I eat eighty percent junk-food, eighty percent of my membranes are adulterated. And I'm not saying you can't get any junk food, but you better get the unprocessed fully functional oils. As a greater percentage than the junk food, and that would be all of your cooking oils at the fast food restaurants. Even the fine dining restaurants are now using all canola oil and modified fats because they don't know either. So coconut oil was a great oil for example to pop popcorn in. We'll candidate came along gave us canola all oil, which is rapeseed oil. That's a CA-. That's how mustard gas was made. That kills your entire nervous system and kills you. Mustard gas in world war two, so people should be very well aware that it's from grapeseed oil, but they don't say that not not Gracie flat. canola oil. What. They don't say that you know kind of oil this Canada oil, so they they. They don't give you the full disclosure on this. We're killing ourselves on knowingly and nobody's saying word. It's horrible. So, so you know your recommendation based on, you're the expert is not even if you have a good day first of all, you should avoid fish oils and absolutely. They show that I'll don't touch it. Okay so but. For a human being especially in the dosages we're being told to take in the brain. National Institutes of Health and USDA DID SUPERB studies. The brain only uses on a daily basis point four milligrams to seven milligrams, and I'm conservative guy, so I'll say double it. Fifteen milligrams. If you look at the average fish oil capsule, there's six hundred milligrams of Dha and EPA, so the average person will be getting twenty two five hundred times. Overdose of DHA EPA on a daily basis not to put that in perspective. How would you feel if you took a hundred aspirin at one clip? Don't do it. I'm being very facetious. Dad. You'll be dead. This what we're doing with fish oil on a daily basis and physicians are out there telling patients to do this. It is horrible so nih and USDA tells us what we need. And, and I. I don't see anybody referencing this. That would be the first stage. I'd WANNA. Look at, how much do you need? I've never seen any fish oil company. Come up with a method of of saying how much we need referencing these articles. Radioisotope testing, so they told exactly where when the brain has fourteen percent Dha also is ten percent, a racket onic acid, which is the mega six pathway. What's the same order of magnitude and nobody talks about that? And there's also paranoia paranoia mega three in the brain to. There's not a lot, but it modulate S-. So much. The oils modulate the proteins. Everybody talks about proteins and amino acids. You get those from food. No problem a steak has got all the amino acids you could ever need you don't need them. You're getting them in regular food, which are not getting in the regular food is processed organic, Paranoia Mak- six and parenting mega three now. Those oils are in constituents of meat. But you typically. Cook, the heck out of it. And it's not going to be fully functional so I. Tell everybody take a supplement at a buck fifty a day tops. You're an idiot if you don't take it. Okay so lazy in general with the professors saying is you know we? Probably we should be taking a supplement. We wanted to avoid first of all you don't. WanNa. Put anything in your body. That's going to kill you in poisoning you. And from what I understand from prior conversations, your body will convert. All the derivatives it needs law as long as you provide the parent. Is that true? Yes for the AMIGA three pathway, because so little is needed for the AMIGA six, remember the Delta Saturates Delta, six to saturate enzyme is what everybody talks about that where it goes from parents to derivatives. That's why like Gla have Gla in their. Your body will make all the anti-inflammatory because. You shouldn't be having arthritis. You shouldn't be having autoimmune diseases, these are all problems caused by not having the organic fully functional, apparently mega six. The mega three is much much weaker. than the mega six series and I've never seen an article saying why anything with a mega three is so good, except if you take a pile of Omega, three and three derivatives like fish oil, it displaces the mega six. And especially in the Cardio Wipe, and the mighty Andrea, which is all where your energy is made. The inner layer. Cardio wiping which is paranoid Megan six. There's no three in it so if you take fish oil. It? This place is the critical Omega six and doesn't work. Well. Isn't that horrible? And there was a major article came out talking about how? You could have up to fifty percent impaired functionality of the conrail enzymes in your heart. That leads to congestive heart failure directly. So by taking fish oil, you're on your way to congestive heart failure by not getting the parent Omega six components, you will not have process in which comes from Iraq donald acid and makes it where the platelets can't stick to each other, nor can they stick to the interlining of the artery, the epithelial tissue, which is the intimacy, so if you take away those conditions where the platelets can't stick together or can't stick to an artery I. Don't know how you'd ever have a heart clog on inclusion. Thrombosis you can't get that. And by the way cancer only spreads when you have a collusion's when you have a blood clot if you don't have a blood clot localized cancer. Doesn't kill most people. What kills it is the metastases. And that is always caused. Because your blood doesn't flow and the best way to have that. Blood flow is the AMIGA six pge one because anti-inflammatory. It's also vasodilator, so what makes the arteries as wide as they're supposed to be? Instead of Nat- is naturally constricted. And it makes it where the platelets can't stick together and Kansas Dixie the artery wall again. Those two conditions gone. I don't know how you get artifact and they oxygen eight. How do you stay healthy oxygen right? Oxygen kills everything. That's all always own treatment, so zone is wonderful if it's put into the bloodstream if you breathe it in, it doesn't do a lot because you don't. It's not going to get into the bloodstream, but Dr Rollins a colleague of mine. We wrote Peo- solution together. He's a major ozone therapy proponent, one of the world's best and even a bowl. It killed it. Of course, nobody cared because it's not a drug, but it killed he he. He did five or six patients. He went over to Africa on his own money, and it's of the problem. Well, I know works because I did a program on ozone and Kobe and they took it off. There you go so they? Way By the way the parent Omega six destroys all limit enveloped viruses which. covid nineteen is that has a envelope. The, Omega six will have the virus membrane leak, which means it's killing it and if there's sufficient amount of it. It destroys the whole virus. If there was a paper and twenty nineteen, and if people hit my website Brian, peskine dot, com. It's B. R. I A. N. P. AS IN PARENT ESPN DOT COM right on the homepage. There's two papers there one high carbs. But. The other one's talking about the papers referencing and there's two of them I. Didn't do this research. I found it. I've never seen anybody talk about this at all with covid nineteen everybody. I'm telling the take these oils I've had anybody even contracted. I don't know how you'd get it. Yeah and these gentlemen they're they're. They're right on his front pages, says compelling read and I've read them yeah. And they are compelling and I think everyone and their free. That's even working. Like Horrible today, doc is people are staying home. And what do they do when they stay home snack foods? Pizza, Soda Ice Cream. Candy all carbohydrates carbohydrates raise your blood sugar and it is horrible. It allows everything to live. That's bad for us in the bloodstream when it shouldn't be so, that is one thing you don't want to be doing and these oils one of their benefits. They negate the craving carbs. That is one of the biggest things they automatically do. Your cravings just go away i. gave my wife a piece of candy today. Honey, she used to love it. She eat the whole damn bag ten years ago. She goes this tastes terrible today I said. That's what these oils do. They make it where you don't even want this high sugar stuff. I used to live on pizzas I'd have him three times a week. Feel horrible, and by the way every gram of carbohydrate every ounce of carbohydrate. You need three ounces of water. It acts like a sponge. This is why pizza three hours later your drinking, a quarter water, and you're up all night feeling horrible and never mind your blood sugar going through the roof, but for diabetics. These oils are godsend. Diabetic, today. And you know you bring up a really interesting point about the lockdown that I've been talking about a is causing fear and depression be as making people eat unhealthy a and see if they're not getting into the Sunshine Vitamin E., you're staying inside. Now. Against them every one of the nursing. Home People Are Dying Oh yeah well. Let me tell you this. One of the worst things you can do is have fear all the time which is everybody's petrified because that Burns up the oxygen. It's like I have a foot on the brake and a foot on the gas and I'm burning up oxygen which I need because. Because I'm afraid and that is the worst thing you can do is have somebody in fighter flight it takes all the blood and puts it to the muscles, and we're in fighter flight syndrome all day long like of wild leopard is gonNA run after US and edith. That's what has been done, so you have no idea what's going to happen a year out. People are going to be so much sicker. Because of this lack of oxygen, hospitals are all going to be over flooded with cancer and heart disease going through the roof. Diabetes to it's a horrible state of affair were in horrible. Really. START, wearing masks in Houston yesterday, and started to have rest were at the forefront of letting people out here, but there's a county judge that you know was way overboard. She doesn't know any science any medicine at least and. They're scaring. The heck out of people I was in two restaurants. One had two tables. Out of twenty, one had nobody in it. At one time that used to be packed, so people are petrified. They're not going out there. In a perpetual state of fear like you say they're living on junk food, and if you look at those two abors. It's horrible, horrible state of affairs in. As Winder. Leading the blind and a mask is actually horrible for the wear because it's concentrating the carbon dioxide when you exhale your breathing back in, it doesn't do anything to stop the virus from spreading. Because the we've of a mass to a virus, which is so small, you might as well have a window that's open for the mask. That's what it sees every every we've. Is like an open window to the virus. You're not doing anything and as far as spraying everything, viruses are transmitted breathing them in. You could eat them all day long. You have a newborn baby. What does it do across for a few years on the floor? It links everything. It's licking your your mother shoes for crying out loud. The baby doesn't get sick from that. You get sick by breathing viruses and bacteria in not so much the mouth. It's always in through the nose. Unless you're infected by a tick or something. That's a different story. Talking that's not viral That's more bacteria and mould. Yeah. Wearing a mask, I've been against this. For a lot of reasons. Number one because of Outta Warburg you decrees your oxygen concentration by twenty percent by where. You're creaming yourself. You're also a lot of healthcare workers. I've talked to get dermatitis from the mass and the surgeons they they're oxygen deprived. It stupidest thing but it quote makes people feel safe didn't say you are safe. It makes them feel safe. Stupidest thing in the world is somebody outside running with a mask and a park or driving in their car with a mask. I mean people are doing this. It's unbelievable to me FAUCI. Even said it doesn't do anything. Then he reverses it and says it does so. Nobody has any confidence anymore, but they're all petrified. Petrified. You listen to anybody telling you what to do, right or wrong campaign you will. You can't even think. No, no fear. Fear, fear as a as a tactic that's been used for centuries to control people. Absolutely all the blood flow is diverted into the muscles like I said like wild animal is getting ready to eat you, so that's what the body does. When you're in fight or flight in a fear mode, it doesn't need you to be thinking needs to be running so all you're thinking. Processes are stopped. This white people are in a brain fog. I see people today with these masks on I'm backing up the car and they're walking and back I. mean like they're oblivious. I've never seen anything like this. They have no memory anymore. You tell them to go you know. This is to go for a cup of coffee at starbucks or something and twenty seconds later that for here to go. I told you go. When I started the confidence that they can't remember anything. So what I'm saying is absolutely true, and it's not just one person I look at this stuff. It's all of them every time I go to starbucks because my wife likes some coffee there, I say the same thing and every time. Can You repeat that? Or they make a mistake. They have no memory. They're all fighter flight. Fight or flight, and they're lacking the right one nutrient that you could only three or four minutes without, and that's oxygen. You got it. The biggest thing in the world and these oils are the key. To disassociate in the membrane to it's not just the oxygen passing through the membrane, which there's about six six to seven different. Membranes at. Oxygen has to pass it. This associates in the same way, Globe, and has the oxygen in your bloodstream with the iron, the oxygen disassociates. Will the cell membrane assiduity disassociate to nobody talks about that? They act like it's only filter for the oxygen going back and forth. It's much more than that, and that is a key key biology thing and physiology is you. Nobody seems to know which is horrible. That is so key that they just don't get it, and it's not about so. The solution is over in the left and everybody's looking over on the right. There number. It's not there i. don't care what you do. You're not going to solve the defective oil adulterated oil problem of typically make. Because nobody fries in Omega, three oil to reactive so all the cooking all the baking all we frying is the main six oils, and it's the biggest. attritional deficiency in the world and Dr. Owen went over to India. And he goes Brian. They're all cooking with adulterated oils, and that's why India is the number one diabetic population in the world. To India. The southern areas that are vegetarian. You're number. One is because they're all eating adulterated oils. This is too easy. This is not the nation. A barrel and nobody's paying attention and it's inexpensive. It's easy. Yeah, it's inexpensive takes no effort and the benefits are infinite. Cancer and heart disease risk are Minnesota minimize more than any other pathway. You could prove it with the Science I. Mean I've written books on this. That is enormous science and it's there. If anybody cared to look, I found it. I don't know why they. Time you've spent. Yes I did and everybody. I show this to I. Go I just don't get it now. Pharma will never get this because all they do is blocking impede. So they don't maximize anything that's not Pharma's role. Cholesterol reduc days inhibitor Beta blocker. They're very good at impeding and blocking pathways and that works for a lot of things, but we'll only get yourself are in most of the drugs they've come up with. Their already discovered. So the diseases today, blocking impeding is not the answer. And that's why they get nowhere. It's tragic. There will be no maxine coming for for this virus by the way you could remember. I said this they will say they have a vaccine. And when you see what the effectiveness of the quote vaccine is, it will be negligible. They won't be able to come up with common cold is a covert virus by the way to have a vaccine for the common cold. They've only had one hundred years to work on that the answers. Well? But it won't work. But the scary part about the vaccine professor is that they're they're. They're messing around with micro RNA and in a absolutely, and that is really scary for the future, and no one knows if will become part of the of our genome if they force us to re get injected with it and. Coral by the way for vaccines. We are made to have everything eating. When you eat something, there's many areas of the body that can respond to it the way they're supposed to when you inject something into the bloodstream bypassing Vat. There's no way the body can respond to it properly, and the results are just horrible. There's so many vaccines out there. That have very very bad side effects. The HP one is is a big one. That came out, they tried to make it mandatory in Texas and you had all these neurologic things happen to people that were just fine until these poor girls got the darn thing, and then they were. Irrevocably impaired, it's horrible. It Ladies and gentlemen. Just just listen to what you just heard and what I've been talking to you about. Please stay awake. Don't fall asleep during this time. It's hard to concentration anymore. DOC, because the reinvade efficient. My big joke is everybody's an idiot, but it's not their fault. They don't have the oils and I kid you not. It is all tied to oxygen and blood flow, and if you don't have that lack of energy, being exhausted is American's number. One complaint you should be able to go to bed at midnight and be up at five in the morning every day. Well, nobody does that. Trump may do it, but. There's a different reason. I doubt whether he's getting these oils, but outside of very few people that for some you know genetic reason, they can do it most exhausted all the time. They don't even know what feeling good is. They have no clue. They feel like absolutely all the time. That's a great point I think. People forgot what it is to feel healthy, and they know what healthy is. Now I was the same way I have to have a nap at lunchtime every day you know when I was in my twenties I'll never forget it because I didn't have these oils back then and it was like this can't be right, but. I don't know what else to do, so you're you take all these supplements. They don't do a damn thing of course because it's all kinds of these oils, only these oils, the parent Omega Six and the way. To make them Qendra where the energy comes from, it's all my to drill. You can't get there. You can take every vitamin and mineral and every other supplement in the world. They won't do anything. Without this, this is so fundamental. It's what I tell all physicians I consult with around the world. If you don't have this fixed. Everything else is not maximized. You take. It maximizes every other modality. Physician may give. So just to summarize a little bit I have always thought of the immune system as the operating system. Yeah, the some cell membrane is the brings the brain of the body. It really isn't I tell him. But yes, not the nucleus and and what doctor Professor Pesca saying if that's some remembering has lots of. Or oils on it rancid oils. That oxygen and and metabolize can't get. Medic conjure which is the energy. They're the ones that see the little buggers. Keep you going. Yeah, they're all goop dot with with with rancid oil. They can't function properly. And why are we so sick? I mean the the the professor told us. And here's a here's another big one. There's many more might Kondracke per cell than there ourselves, so you have one hundred and sells. Every cell can have twenty two thousand Mike Andrea. So if they're all the fact is is there any wonder we're all exhausted day at night I never? You Know I. Never Get enough sleep. Everybody's getting enough sleep. People today have more time on their hands than ever before. They're not working eighteen hours a day, but they feel exhausted like they are, so it's a perceive- thing, but it's all busy logic. Even how we are with road, rage is physiologic. I'm always talking to colleagues about this, I say this is not psychological. It has a physiologic 'cause when you're on the highway and you know people shoot I'm in Texas. They shoot people. They honked their horns. They're all on an edge trigger to go nuts. You see all these shootings. You see all this police problem. They're all on the edge to begin with. And when you add that effective oils to it is the tipping point. Nobody gets that you have these police. They all know they're gonNA be filmed. They all know they're going to go up before Trybuna. They all know they can go to jail and lose their pension and yet. They're still doing this stuff, so there has to be a physiological reason because they're not stupid for crying out loud. They know this is going to happen yet. It's done anyway because they have no control over its physiologic. It's absolutely it I'm not making it right. It's not right at all. What what's happening today, but I can give a reason why it's so much more rampant, and there's nothing to do with the color of the person skinner anything. These people are all on a tipping point fighter flight all day long it's it's tragic. Human beings are not designed to be this way, and we are built this way. Major never meant to have adult rated oils. Come in, so we don't work right. We do it yourself. I have to ask you one more question and how about eating fish? Fish, you can eat because when you cook most of the old way and here's a big one. If you have fish oil, it exacerbates any diabetic condition and puts your blood sugar up. There was four major studies and I. Look at them all. Every patient. Taking fish oil. Raises. The glucose level. And the lean fish like codfish was the best. You do not want oily fish. And what are we always told you oily fish. Oil. The worse thing you can possibly do. It's horrible and most I bet except elevated Dha levels in their blood scream so by taking fish oil. You are mimicking the blood levels of a diabetic. Is that really really what you WanNa? Do make the diabetic. You're crazy. You know I mean. Nobody's told this. The Journal articles are there and there was a major one that that looked at this, and said the parent Megan six rescues. The mighty Kondracke. From the overdose official. That was their word rescues. So! It gets there, but it's in the Journal of Biological Chemistry No Physicians GonNa read that they read. I'm a new. England Journal of Medicine Land Set, but they're not reading chemical. Journal articles or Lipid Journal articles that have what I am talking about. I live in those journals course. I also read jam and all the ones that doctors read, but. You're treating clinical cases. They don't get into the biochemistry of it. That's not a journalist job. And that's why they don't know any of this none of them do. Well well. There's an important point right there, ladies and gentlemen. I mean everything that the professors say, and by the way do do visit his website. Brian PESKINE DOT COM It's well worth at some free stuff there and he's lots of books. You OUGHTA agree. Yeah, a lot of good information and you usually go visit that all the neighbors are there. The the articles I writer there and there's lots of them. You could spend a full day reading. The papers I'm talking about, and you will be amazed because it's all there I'm not making this up I live. In the world of physiology and biochemistry I do very little on my own I've done two major experiments and. That's all I needed one increase the arterial flexibility in the blood flow so I know these oils are working extremely well and fish oil made the cardiovascular system worse, and you can measure this with digital plus McAfee and another one I. Did with cancer tumors in mice, and it impeded the rate of tumor growth superbly, so those are the two big things I cared about and this was many years back because I verify. Real life results have to coincide with the science when you have fish, oil, experiments and studies care opposite of what the science says, and that's insane. Trial should confirm the medical science not be counter to it. Nobody cares anymore. Farmers could care less. They don't care about science either. DOTTY replace science studies replace science and studied open this interpretation and manipulation like you said with the hydraulic win drug in the. The fraud. Right. But you understand statistics. You understand you you. You know about relative risk and absolute when you study, you look at it and ninety nine percent physicians wouldn't even know what to look for it to be honest with you. There I know they don't. For example, so people can know what you're talking about a statin drug for cholesterol. Statin drug is one hundred percent effective in lowering cholesterol. That's not the question the question is how does that translate to decrease heart attack risk one percent. Now I'm an engineer so I go. One percent effectiveness that's ninety nine percent failure I make hundred iphones or a hundred mobile phones and ninety nine. Blow up in your face and don't work. You'd be fired well, not in Pharma Brilliant job and they make fourteen billion a year on statins that they will admit are ninety nine percent ineffective. It's it's unbelievable and we're help. People is if they were so great. How was your cardiologists waiting room? There's nobody in their right oh now it's overflowing. How can that be? The be all end all. In decreasing heart attack risk, so it's even proven they're. The cardiologists waiting room. The stuff doesn't work. And nobody got nobody got. Nobody questions it. And this is sad. The cardiologists themselves don't don't get because if if at all. They're looking at his numbers. They're not looking at a system and don't have members now. That's what they'll also tell you. Because I'm asked us all the time and I tell everybody. They don't have anything else. All they have is this so is one percent better than nothing, yes? It's pathetic. But they don't think there's anything else. They don't understand these and in farm. In fairness to them, they have to have patents now I have very strong patents for this other. Give that Pharma one get because I specialize in this, and it took me fifteen years to get these. And this is all do but Pharma doesn't look at Lipids physiologically. They only look lipids in the bloodstream. Blocking impede is what they do and you're not GonNa Block and impede your way. To less heart attacks, you need increase blood flow increased. Oxygenation increased epithelial, the interlining the artery integrity. That's all maximizing something that's not minimizing something so there are a hundred and eighty degrees wrong. The exact opposite of the method allergy required. It's not that they're stupid. It's not that it's what they don't do. They don't do it. And you know I tell people this all the time. Well you're you're really on the cutting edge I. Mean I know. You've been doing this for a long time, but I just have to just. Keep getting the message out to the audience. With the opposite. Absolutely I have to ask you one other question about essential oils, because they a lot of a lot of optometrists opthamologist now with this macular degeneration. That's. And that's tied to these oils to in the I That's. The same thing. Absolutely. Fish oil does nothing to help macular degeneration wetter dry. Either way does nothing, and it keeps on failing, and you can take vitamins and minerals till. The cows come home. They're not gonNA. Help you either, and there's drugs that you know your supplements that you know every awesome allergists has they don't do anything These oils are key to the integrity of every cell including the I. Okay that that's that's a question that some people get. We had numerous people even dry. They're taking fish oil in huge dosages, and some of them said you know it's helped night. Say it may help that, but you are killing yourself bread, some of my work and they say the first thing is take the parent oils I, and within two months. The dry went away on on about three of them. One was a professional writer I mean she's an author, she she does book, so it was really hurting her and. I try this and two three months tops. Measure improvement took away the problem. Yeah so it works amazing. Gentlemen again you've been listening to the world expert on on parents, essential oils professor peskine. Brian Pasqua Dot. COM website as He's had lots of free stuff on there I. When I heard is Twenty Nineteen Boston lecture on lyme disease. I had a call women say and knocked it out of the park. Grant staying. Hang on, like that was one of your better ones and I've listened to a lot of your you. It's probably the best I've ever done because I have. Everything, ads. You know I may have an idea that you know. It's GonNa help in this area. Then I read a paper on it. You know the because papers are always out there, but it's hard to find him so i. have doctors all over the world going? Brian I gotTA show you this. Have you seen it and you know Dr. Matheson and Canada sent me a few of them that just. Blew me away. It's like I can't believe they're publishing this. Nobody's referencing it nobody. Yeah very fortunate to have a Nice Network of physicians. I. Do have helped thanks. Ladies and gentlemen if you WanNa, have let's craving for sweets. Decrease stress level healthier skin. Stronger nails. By the way that's how you can prove it. Because most women especially of Hill, valley bombs under fingernails and their week weakest. Heck, you start taking these oils. Every woman I've ever talked to. My nails are indestructible I even have surgeons that used their nails in surgery. The all something and they go night and day top top world. Renowned surgeons are now using these oils themselves and their patients to expedite healing and it it. It's just phenomenal. And and last, but not least probably should be top on the list. Natural Anti Inflammatory. Yes. Right I'm with choline biggest problem in America's inflammation, and that is the cause of heart, disease and cancer. And what's it doing? What is inflammation? Do Sucks up the oxygen. It's so simple when you understand the basic points from busy allergy, which nobody looks at it anymore? They look biochemistry, but then look physiology and the answers are in physiology and I've even asked physicians that teach this. Don't most doctors today get schooled in physiology, don't they? Get degrees in it and the. Teacher started laughing an MD and go. No, it's too hard for them. They don't want. They don't want to get an undergraduate degree. Physiology doesn't happen. Well. I would dare to say most vicious on their guiding book away. You know we have gotten when I was in school I got out sixty five, but I think they throwing away but I i. find myself going back there and looking at it. It's incredible what what what I ain't now I'm looking at it right now. Nineteen additions. Injures Biochemistry Organic Chemistry Textbook of Medical Physiology and looking at all three right now. I mean. This is where I live Harper's illustrated biochemistry I mean these are the books I live in and when you're in medical school, you're looking at an isolated thing. You're not looking at systems. You alluded to that before I'm a system sky. What you eat is the input. Your body is the system. Your state of health is the output. So I put everything in engineering terms and mathematical terms to be internally consistent meaning anything I say cannot have a contra indication somewhere else. It has to all be insistent, because that's the way the bodies made, and you can't look at one system in isolation. It can't work great here, but kill you over. Here doesn't make sense. And I hear people saying this stuff, and it's you know what the heck are you talking about? Well Doctor professor this. This has been a great program and and I know we can go further and further, but I want to close by saying that Benjamin. Franklin said we are all born ignorant well must work hard and very hard to remain stupid. So. It takes a lot of effort today, and that's the problem. People get information and they can't discern if it's right or wrong because it's, it's easy with the Internet, so it's information overload. But the person reading it can't discern this true or not, and that's why we have fake news. They can't decipher it because their brains aren't working right. They're not getting the blood flow because a lack of these oils. It's not their fault, but they are stupid. IQ's decreasing four percent per decade. Per Decade four percent means forty years from now. We'll have the average IQ being forty points less. Zero six. Or sixteen points less but four points per decade is a big drop of very big, and this has been going on for decades. We're getting dumber and dumber because we're not getting. He's oils. and. Alzheimer's and dementia is through the roof. You are not supposed to be getting this. At all even in your nineties, it is not supposed to be heart disease. Cancer. Alzheimer's and dementia are not supposed to be in your future. You're supposed to expire. And you know people always ask me okay big shot. So what are you? GonNa die of Slyke o'clock, just winding down and watch a manual watch. That's that's natural causes. By the way, it's very rare UC anybody dying of natural causes that means I didn't die of Heart, disease, cancer, or or one of those things that they can nail a specific ailment or disease to. You're not supposed to have a long drawn out death. You're supposed to die pretty quickly and not have been a lot of pain, and that's not the case today at all. That you want to go like you blow out the candle to watch runs down right? That's the way it's supposed to be. Over. All right before we leave I. WanNa just mentioned on Friday June nineteen Dr Ness, and he s and I. It's really horrible. Ladies and Gentlemen He discovered that Hydroxy Cora. Quinn experiments were tardy patients who are were on a ventilator and shock, and near death they were hardly capable of giving any kind of consent, and they were given multiple high doses hydroxy Corcoran and other drugs whose combination was country indicated these patients bide. I'll tell you more about that next week. But these were reported and and backed by GlaxoSmithKline and Bill, Melinda Gates Foundation and the UK government. The experiments were conducted at Oxford University, Fifty, eight, hundred forty two phases of these hundred ninety six paces or twenty five point seven percent. We're on high doses of Hydroxy Cork win that no one ever has been taking, so we have to talk about. Was You know? What was the point of these experiments were they meant to fail, and did they kill people because of? So I'm not going to spend more time because I don't WanNa take away from professor peskins message about fairness. Essential Oils I. Think is important. Tell your friends about this. I this program on Alexa spotify Pandora Apple podcasts. Any most most podcast platforms Carey says it is episode Twenty Four. Episode Twenty Four in season five guests professor has skin I. Talked to him about it will have him on again. He's a great gas and he's really cordial and. He just a wealth of knowledge as you see I mean you're not gonNA. Hear anything like this ball from any other guests and I've been doing this now for five years. That has done the research you. You're not going to hear about not having Omega. Threes in the skin and how much the brain really needs and How about the intimacy of the arteries and your doctors aren't talking about it, okay? They're not talking about mega threes of mega six is not especially if They take lots of Omega threes. They have no idea that it doesn't work. Right Am I. is that Oh. You're bring. They actually believe it helps. But they told you statins didn't cause muscle. Wasting didn't cause sexual lots of. Didn't cause anything now. There's a black box warning for T for a decade. They said no, you're not, it doesn't do anything. Doctors can be delusional when they're prescribing something because they have to think it works. They don't WanNa hear. It doesn't work and it's giving me contraindications. They say you're crazy. And I WANNA. Tell people no, they're not. No? They're not learn fighter flight all the time, because a lack of blood flow to the furner lobe, which these oils will fix very rapidly. Very rapidly. Mason Gentlemen Parent Essential Br, professor can I give them the name of the company that I'm using. to get. Any specific company myself because I'm just scientists, but sure you can say whatever you want. I mean just. Yeah okay. I know you don't because you're you're you're scientists, but I? And I. DON'T WANNA get into FDA problems because you can't have supplements and talk disease prevention so Pharma. Has It pretty good so I? Only talk science and I can tell people what they need to look for in a supplement, but I don't recommend any specific supplements, because like okay, so look at in this show takes no advertising itself funded. We've been doing this for five and a half years i. can tell you what my wife and I take we. We take yes, Supplement. It has the proportions and the plan. Is that the organic plants to get these oils from white es? That's what I take. If you WANNA, look them up. That's fine. It came from your host. Dr Ron and I and I. Don't think one nickel from anybody. I is all self funded and I. Do it because I want you to be the CEO of your body. I want you remember Mation I wanna be able to have? That had today. Interest gave the facts just like Mark II Friday. Just the facts man just effects. So with that professor, thank you so much for being a gracious guests. With so much knowledge in my pleasure, thank you and appreciate. Your charter would just the facts. That's rare. Very rare. That! I met that stage now. Where I'm like like in Guam with wind, Franklin might here I don't give a damn. All Right Ladies and gentlemen. We're GONNA. Close it out. Professor Brian. peskine Brian passed dot. Take a look at his website and any questions doc radio at gmail.com, doc Ron Radio achieve mail dot com. If you go to to talk radio, see a link for professor. PESKINS PRIOR PODCASTS on on my program and Ladies and gentlemen have a great great week turnoff that vision don't get overloaded and I was going to talk about Dalton's law, but since we had a an engineer here and I was GonNa Talk Francs starling. I'll say that the next week when he can't criticize my interpretation so. We'll we'll see I. Sure it'll be fine. Thank, you bye! Bye, bye, bye! Hey We got to run for today. Demand. All about going. To See. The tune in. When the DOT is in. A Win, the stops it is. How Is. Bob! Is Is. how? Bobby Digest. down. Dr No. One and how. You have a P.. Three. Call the. 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When in Doubt Prospect!  PODCAST

Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

00:00 sec | Last month

When in Doubt Prospect! PODCAST

"Hello and welcome. My name is Greg Martinelli. And this is the egg sales professional podcast. The purpose of this podcast is to make you the best salesperson or sales manager possible in agribusiness when in doubt about what to do go out and Prospect two of the greatest quotes from one of the greatest leaders, when you think about great quotes from great leaders, you might be thinking about FDR JFK MLK or maybe Gandhi and Churchill. I'm sure they all said some good things. But what the heck did they know about selling the farmer's livestock producers and agribusinesses and exactly not very much. That's why I like to reflect back on some of the great leaders and sales people. I had the privilege to be around. They provided some great inspiration this particular quote resonated stuck with me and has served me well for over twenty years and I want to share that with you. It just shows the power of what you might say as a leader and what you might take away from your next sales meeting. Well the 35 or so sales people. Eating for the first time as part of a newly merged business unit. Now this merger and acquisition brought three different business units together. The newly-appointed general manager was giving his an introductory speech on the first day of a three-day monthly sales meeting. Yes, there was a time when we had monthly sales meetings the teams were a Motley Crue some old-school some were cutting edge Tech package and there was a completely separate division that wasn't related to the group that all one of the main reasons for the merger was of course performance sales had stagnated for the old school team gross margin had slipped for the techie group in general. The three separate teams had fallen into a pattern of relying on current customers to provide their results. The struggle was that Kirk customer base was dwindling or the margins were dwindling and some cases both were joined billing. The sled of profitability was pointed down hill and picking up speed to get this units to merge. That's where we were dead. At that September morning as we gathered to hear the new manager give his rah-rah speech my thought at the time was let's get this over with as fast as we can so I can get back out there and sell something. I mean, isn't that what all of us and sales think when sitting in a meeting we don't want to be in well little did I know that this opening speech would bring a one liner to me that has helped me in many times over the years for the office new manager of this Motley Crue. This wasn't his first leadership challenge. He had been through some of the toughest business units in the company and turned them around the primary tool in all of these turnarounds was prospecting in agribusiness sales. We get busy very busy. We serve our customers well and during peak season. It's all we can do to keep our current customers in product which leaves a little time to go out Prospect for new customers the challenges that when we fail to pick back up after the busy season is over and get our prospecting back online. Well, this would all be fine if customers never quit or wage. He didn't retire or they didn't switch to competitors or they didn't die. But that's what all of them do. They do all these things and without a solid prospecting program our territory slowly kind of spiral down a little gradually just drifts away. Well after a short explanation of the most recent p&l the profit-and-loss statement the new manager began his one step process for getting us back on a track off of profitability and that included prospecting he ended his presentation with this one line when in doubt about what to do go out and Prospect now as a new sales person. I had a lot of doubt about my skills about what how I was going to be able to sell. Where do I go in my large territory? Who do I call and how do I plan my time? Well, this quote would often pop back into my mind as I tried to figure out how to spend my time as an egg sales professionals who office out of our homes. It can be a challenging task to figure out where to go each and every day when we fail to plan it out. We'd default by going to current customer. In particular we go to those closest to us or that we like the most so today as you start planning where you're going to go tomorrow next week or next month. Remember when in doubt Prospect month as Paul Harvey used to say and now the rest of the story will in little less than a year after this meeting. We went from being a moderately profitable business unit to being in the top running for business of the year. And am currently we grew sales and our margins and the impact of this growth was that it allowed for more financial resources in our business. This included new facilities upgraded equipment hiring more people in purchasing some other companies these successes required more than just new customers. It took sound financial management actively collecting on our accounts receivables and changing some of the business practices. I did. However, the one thing that was needed was a steady cash flow to finance at all prospecting and selling new accounts were the fuel for that engine of growth will join me next time. As we discussed the second great lesson. I learned from one of the great leaders in agribusiness. I hope today's podcast helped you on your journey to be the best egg sales professional. You can be you can always excess more blog articles podcasts and other training opportunities on my website at ww.w. Greg Martinelli. That's ww.w. M a r t i n e l l i. Thank you and have a great day.

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Kasey married a wrong number WWTL 25

What Was That Like

45:39 min | 1 year ago

Kasey married a wrong number WWTL 25

"What was that, like, contains adult language and content and is not intended for all audiences? Listener discretion is advised. Welcome to what was that, like, I'm your host Scott Johnson. This is the show where we talk to regular, people, people just like you just like me, who have found themselves in an extremely unusual situation will hear their stories and get inside their head because we all wanna know what was that, like more information about each episode at what was that, like dot com. Here we go. Today. We've got a really fun conversation. Still a weird story with an extra unusual twist thrown in partway through, but it's a fun one. I think you're gonna like it. And if you didn't already know you now have the opportunity and ability to support this podcast through my patriot at what was that, like dot com four support. So if you like this show, and you want it to keep going. That's how you do it. I'm still working on how to work for different levels. So that's coming up in the near future. But in the meantime, if you like to show, check out, what was that, like dot com slash support. And I thank you today. We're talking with Casey. She lives in Saint Louis. And one day, she sent a text message to refrained because she was looking to hang out with someone. But she sent that text to the wrong number happens to everyone, right? Well, what doesn't happen to everyone is this. Fast forward a few years and Casey, and Henry, the guy she accidentally texted are now married, if there was ever a case of soulmates connecting. This is it and this happened, even though Casey is thirty years older than Henry. Are you intrigue yet? Just wait till you hear the rest of the story. Sorry about that. Paul harvey. I love talking with Casey, because she just full of energy, and she loves to tell the story and that's something that's gonna soon her well as she embarks on her new career, which we also talked about, and I'm pretty sure this is the only episode of my podcast where part of the guest story is the question did you poop today? So without further ado, here's my conversation with Casey. Do you find yourself? Being more careful about entering phone numbers now. Yes. And you know, as a as it happens, I just saw on Instagram that a friend of mine was moving back from New York to Saint Louis, and I went in my phone to send her a text thinking the and then I thought I wonder if this is really her phone number still. So I said, hey, it's Casey and I reached out to her because I never you never know if that number's changed, or if you're gonna get the wrong so many times, you look at your phone. You don't see the number you see in person or their name. Could change. Well, let's get a little background how this whole thing happened. I'm so excited here this story because it's so great. Tell us how the started you're in Denver looking or on a trip or something? Right. I live in Saint Louis, and I was working for Purina. And I was in Denver for a. On a big work big picnic thing that we're going to be doing in Denver city park and went early so that I could hang out with my girlfriend who lives in the suburbs. The plan was that I was going to need a co worker at noon at our hotel in downtown, Denver. So my friend is driving me from the suburbs to the city, and I texted the woman that I was supposed to mean meeting and I got a text back from her. That said, I'm still in Saint Louis. Now, like what like I would have stayed in. I would have stayed with my friend, we could have hung out more. But now we're almost downtown so Sonya went ahead and dropped me off. I went in my room I checked in, and then I started reaching out to anybody else that I knew who was supposed to be there and another woman was like I'm still stuck in Saint Louis and not even coming. Somebody else's said while I'm in boulder, I'll see you tomorrow. I was just getting more and more frustrated, and I think that, that was a really big key to this whole thing because if I had just been very common, it would have just been like Hello and goodbye. Well, I finally thought of one person that may we had gone to couple concerts together longtime ago, and I thought, well, I think I still have his phone number in my phone so reach out to him. And I did. And but just because I wasn't sure if I had it right. I said, hey, it's Casey now is supposed to meet Maria the hotel. So I went into that little scenario supposed to meet Marie, at the hotel at noon, and she's still in Saint Louis, and I was wondering if you'd liked to hang out, and I got a text back. That said, I'm sorry. You've got the wrong number. But if I wasn't headed to my on my way to work, I would hang out with you. So this mind you this is a Saint Louis number. Okay. So I'm in Denver. But on texting Saint Louis number, and I, I'm a very expressive person, and I was horrified Embiid. I. So I write back and I was like, oh my God, I was afraid this was going to happen. I'm in Denver on a work trip and I'm trying to find some colleagues. So I get this response back that says, oh, interesting. I'm going to be driving through that area next week as I'm going on a solo walkabout in the south west tonight, thought, well, isn't that interesting? This person is like sharing something with me, and he was in Saint Louis, but he was also under. Yeah. Driving in a week. Going on the Sola walkabout. And I thought that was an interesting thing for someone to do a and then be to let me know that he was doing it. I thought was pretty cool. But still at that moment, I said, well, it was nice to meet you, and like, I don't know if I even said like half on your trip, I think it was so hot there. I said, stay cool hung up. I got a cab to take me to find the period event. It was the setup day will Denver city park is sort of like the size of forest park in this camp driver. And I drove through all of it. We went every road and in, we couldn't find anything and I'm intimidating seeing big Purina or big Pro Plan banners and all these people couldn't find any of it. So the meter is racked up now to thirty five dollars. And I said, you know what? Let's just go back to the hotel, while I'm such a connector and. I had not been able to connect with anyone. So my level of frustration is very high now and the only person on the face of the earth. I've been able to connect with is this stranger. So I wrote him back. Well, thirty five dollars later, I still can't find any of my Purina people and I, so I still don't have anybody to hang out with. As it happens. I went back to tell and then I started seeing all kinds of period of people, and we were walking on our way to dinner few hours later and I got a text back from this person that said, you know what you put your energy on what comes back to you, do you know anything about the secret or the law of attraction, and that was that something that I have, like lived by, and read everything about. And I just was like, how is this person on the other end of that phone, reaching out to me with something that's so valuable to me? And I was like, yes. Absolutely. It's like how I live my whole life. Can you summarize kind of what the what that means? Yes, you for those that don't know about it. Yeah. So it's. Like Wayne Dyer has a book called the power of intention. So it's like when you put. Focus on, like something that you're interested in that you would we wanna start hanging out with people who are like minded, and you can like write it down as a affirmation are just kind of put it out to the universe in, it'll, it'll respond to you with starting, you'll start to meet people who, like those same things or in the secret, they sort of like have you. If you're interested in getting a red BMW. You can they say, you can manifest it with, you know, the power of attention. I don't like the commercial version of that. I just kind of like when you're interested in, especially like Henry put an energy, you know, I was kind of going. Oh, this is so terrible than it can keep being even worse and more terrible. However, if you focus on. Oh, isn't this an exciting adventure than you get that as the energy that comes back to you? So that, that's the law of attraction are the power of attention yet. He has. He has kind of the same philosophy then of it. Yes. And so, he's like, sending that to me on my text, and still we had no idea who we were at all. But did you read to know you is a male or female, I didn't know I knew nothing at that point though. I mean, I'm at dinner and then he wrote back, I think after while and he said, you know, can we share emails because there's like so much to talk about here? So then we started emailing that night until I had to go to bed, and it was, like, have you seen this movie? You know, did you see what the bleep do we know have you ever read this book? And he was asking me the same things. So then the next morning I think, and I have all these texts that I did screen shots. But I think one of the first questions he asked me the next morning was, what was my Myers? Briggs personality type. That's another thing that's really important to me. And I'm like, who is this person on the other end of these texts? That's like knows my soul. So as it happens. For people who don't know about that. It's like introvert extrovert, if you're a thinker feeler. So I'm a extroverted e NFP intuitive. I don't remember now is an I n t j so that would be like the total opposites, but he looked at up and said, you know that the it says that we're a perfect match. So we just kept texting then during that or early morning was like I'm trying to figure out now if he's a man or woman, or how old he is or anything, and I asked him what kind of music he liked thinking that, that might give me kind of a little insight and he did say electron EQ? And so, I was like, because I'm like, thinking, okay. He's going to work at two o'clock in he likes all these things. He might be a janitor, or somebody, you know. Like, oh, he's old is like spending his later years, interested in all these kinds of topics. So then he asked me, how old I was, and I'm like, had kind of figured out. He was younger at that point. And I told him that I was twenty five and my heart and he told me afterwards it as soon as I said that he knew I was old. The answer to avoid the answer, right? Yeah. And I said, you know what I'm fifty three. He said he was twenty three now, we weren't there might have been a little bit of a little tiny bit of flirting. But it was more like just like having found somebody who likes the same things that you like, and we were just really excited about sharing all these things in, and then we got further into music we did finally like CEO, I'm fifty three. He said he was twenty three then he told me at some point during that week that he didn't know what he wanted to do. You know, he was kind of, in a stasis in his life or knew we wanted to get moving, but he wasn't sure what it was at the moment, he was selling painted lows in. So I love to inspire young people. And I said, hey, why don't we have coffee or maybe he even said let's have coffee because I just thought I've had the craziest life in, if I could inspire him. I've been kind of a meandering. Person. But once again, those power of intention, things just happened to me all throughout my twenties thirties forties. All is wonderful connections and jobs and things came together. And I thought I would share that with him. So we arranged not to not to speak, not to share a phone call or anything until we met on Friday, this in Saint Louis attack, and say, I came back to Saint Louis. And we arranged to me now I worked at period at the time in we did a lot of things with different fairs and events going on around the city. And it was the fourth of July fair Friday, Saturday, Sunday Friday night was concert with third eye blind. And I asked him if he wanted a couple of tickets for that show. They were VIP passes. I was going with the friend. He could go with his friend, we'd have coffee and then we go our own ways while we were at. Coffee, his friend cancelled in so did mine. So it's this like, do you wanna just go together? I said, the trust me, I even took a back to my apartment. So I could get changed. And then we, we just went down to we went to the riverfront in went to the fair, and we just before you, let me ask you this what we needed to go back. What was your when you first met him? What was your impression? When you first saw each other. Okay. So, yeah, I kinda tend to skip over some details. I'm sorry. I walked into the coffee shop and he just had a, a bright, you know, kind of happy face like good teeth and then he stood up in. He was that's one of the questions I asked him along the way was, like how tall are you? 'cause I'm almost five ten. And he told me he was six two. So it was really nice to like stand next to somebody who was taller than me in. He has a tattoo on his forearm. That's a molecular chain? And it's a it's, it's like one of the happy chemicals in your brain. So he's really into dopamine or something like that. So for you know, I noticed the tattoo, and I was like, oh, that's so cool. So we just really like felt a good vibe as soon as we each saw each other, you must have been a little bit nervous, though, right? Oh, yeah. Oh, I was I was excited and nervous. You know, the whole part of me that loves to inspire people. Was definitely excited. And I wanted to hear his story hadn't really shared a lot with me, you know in in that week prior. So when you when you first met were you going into this review, kind of all mindset of mentoring or inspiring, or was there a tiny little bit of you? That was thinking maybe this is something that could go somewhere. No, I really wasn't thinking it was. I thought that it was going to be a mentoring thing in that we would meet on occasion in that I would probably give him ideas for other books to read are things like that. I mean like I said, there was a little bit of an underlying maybe a little bit of an underlying flirt thing going on. But I just spent so much time with young people that age doesn't make any difference to me, and I, but I really didn't think of it as being a date like that. Yeah. And another thing that was kind of fun. Is that some of our, I met some of our my friends there and right from the beginning? Nobody batted an eye that I was like hanging out with this younger guy. Henry looked like he was about seventeen at the time. So that was another thing that I guess, when I was thinking about it, it just didn't feel like it was going to be any kind of relationship or anything, so we're watching the concert, right up close to the stage and that halfway through he put his hands on my hips, and standing behind you. Yeah. And I was like, oh, well. This just sort of took another turn. And, you know, I think if it was another, fifty three year old woman, she might turned around and said, like, hey Bucko, I'm old enough to be your mother in don't this isn't where we're going. But I it's not who I was. And I was like, okay, well, this is interesting. You know, and there was such good energy between us. So I think that it was it felt like it could be an interesting deal. So I'm sure the music add to that, too. I mean, you know, we were it was very crowded. So we were like definitely touching. That were, you know, squished if you will. Yeah, it was it was a good concert then and then we went from there. There's a really cool rooftop restaurant in Saint Louis overlooks the arch, and it was when my favorite places to go. So we went and had a glass of wine and at the time he was actually not drinking. But, you know, we just like hung out and I think we went back to my apartment. And like we had so many things to talk about it was just like endless, endless conversation just on thoughts about life in, you know, the books in philosophies and all kinds of stuff. So we did end up kissing that night. And then he went, you know, home back home, so it it like explode, but it was definitely going. Somewhere. So when did you see each other next after that, so? Okay. Well, he was going on that walkabout so Saturday. He worked, and what would what exactly is a walkabout? Is this just a hike? I mean Denver's high altitude, it's a it's an Australian term for like a solo hike, as you do it, walkabout, and side thought that was kinda cool, that he knew what that term was anyway. So he was actually going out to the great basin in Utah somewhere in Denver that area was going to be as halfway, Mark. So he has car all packed, and we met at a coffee shop, that I used to live over the top of previously, and this was the synchronicity that kept like coming together for us was just incredible. So in a small ways in bigger ways, but I brought my computer along because I wanted to ask him had to do something. And so I went up to order the coffee and I said, what can I get you in? He said he wanted a Mayan mocha in, I had gotten there first and I always drink my in mocha's, and I got it iced for the first time in my life that right before he got there. And I was like like seriously. This is what you just ordered because that's what I'm having to, you know. So it was like the script of a bed hallmark movie, you know. You know it's all there it just was all there. It was all there. And so that, then we just sat in just talked and talked for I think, to at least two hours, but he needed to get on the road. So we each other on Friday in on Sunday, and then he was gone for like, ten days or two weeks, and he was really dedicated in his own self to, like, not having any connection with me or any of the rest of the world while he was there. But I'm trying to remember it was that same night or the next day, I got a phone message from him, but he said he loved me like he just he just like, felt so much. And he sent me that left, I think I'm is been sleeping. So I gotta woke up and got the voice message from that said I love, you know, I just want to tell you that I love. Of you. And I was just like it was I played it over and over and over again. And here's another thing that's kind of fun, and interesting is that for six years, I was single I had been suddenly dumped by my husband and I was initially devastated. And then I was just kinda like doing my thing for like six years, and I was I had had no real success or any kind of happiness with dating. And I'm a really enthusiastic excited person about life. And, and Henry was the first person that I didn't feel like I had to hold myself back with. So, I think it was just like fun to be super excited because other guys, you know, you have to be like cagey, and not the excited, and in the dating world. So we were both two super excited we did talk one night. And I remember like a whole movie went through before we ended the conversation. I think he was like at a hotel or something on on that travel. And then we didn't really have much contact with each other after that, until like way towards the well the I didn't know where he was. I didn't know what when he was coming back. And left him a text message that I wished that he was coming back on this one day because I had an extra ticket for the amphitheater where my favorite tribute band will his now too was doing a Pink Floyd concert, and my, my plus one, actually, it was, Jamie. I think who connected us together. Couldn't go in. I was once again like without a person to go to a concert with, and he loves Pink Floyd. And I was like God. I wish you were here. We'll it turned out. He was just a couple of hours away. And so as soon as he got home, he got cleaned up and headed to me, and then we went to that concert together. So it was. You know, it was just like Bing bang. Boom it happened like so fast. That is fast. Yeah. So how quickly did it progress from there? It was just, like, presto, I think the only the hard part for me was knowing that when we were like in my apartment, especially like just and I'm only saying that because it was just the two of us in a room having these really deepened amazing conversations. And then if you walk out the door, and you go to the coffee shop or the grocery store, and then people think that he's my son, and I was really. That was a big test for me. An I looked at these things as the test from the universe in not something to run away from. And so instead of me saying, oh, I can't do this. I was like I have to grow into this. So it took me it took me a while, I would say three or four months before I really just started feeling comfortable going out with him and not feeling like totally self conscious. I felt like maybe a woman would feel who at fifty three was had figured out that she was gay and was going to be, you know, coming out to the, the world with fact that she's gay. And that's the only thing that I could like an too, because I was just like okay this is a really huge thing for me to to be feeling right now. So you saw it as a challenge. I decide as challenge I did. And right away. I brought him to see my dad, my dad's, like twenty two years. Older than his wife, and they didn't blink an eye. My mom didn't my sister didn't might brother and his wife and kids. Nobody nobody said anything we both felt like over time that none of my friends are his friends or family. Nobody ever to our faces said anything like you guys shouldn't be together. We were just embraced right from the beginning. So that was that was like are, are opening, you know, it, it kind of makes sense. If you're dead, your family's already accustomed to a relationship with a big age difference. So in yours is not that much bigger than his. Yeah. Yeah. That kinda makes sense. It was nice. It was it was it was just nice. A funny thing is as you might imagine. I was wondering if I was going to be older than his parents. That they could make forty something. So how does that work out? Well as it turns out, they waited for quite a long time before they had him. And they are, so they're like five and seven years older than me. And so we didn't really talk about how old I was at the beginning. But they were I mean I was obviously way older than him but he had changed and grown so much and was continuing to blast them in our relationship. So they thought I was like sliced bread. So it was that was also very welcoming. And he's got to an older any younger brother that just are so loving and carrying with me. It's just it's been amazing. It sounds amazing and I love the way you kind of look at everything with looking at it from a positive standpoint has the age difference caused any issues at all. Now, we have more issues because of that personality difference he's like meticulous, and ordered. And I'm all over the place. And he, I always say that it's like having a border collie living with me that wants to heard me into like kind of the way that he wants life to go. And I'm like, I, I know I. I don't need your help or advice like been doing okay on my own for all this time. He does the challenge for him is to avoid having to try to do that all the time, right? Yeah. He's not quite there yet. I was them and say when you're fifty you're gonna get all this stuff. I've heard in I think, in an interview or two that I saw you on. You've referred to Henry as an old soul. Oh, yeah. And you elaborate on little. I can it's interesting because sometimes the way he speaks is almost like from a really longtime ago era, you know, he'll use an interesting word are, are something will he really is genius. He so smart. And he's very introspective reads racial Slee usually from the internet still. He's just constantly reading reading any learns about everything, and he would he taught he's taught me so much about. Finer things of music, and art movies, where I'm like, I don't even know what the words are to the song, but I love seeing along to it. You know, like the how the music sounds, and so we're that different. But he's, he's so. And I'm totally young soul. So it's like with his wisdom and centeredness. And. Just knowledge in things. Sometimes it feels overbearing, but for the most part, it's just like he's just. I don't even feel any age now. I don't feel any age. It's like we're just eating meat. Exactly in the middle. It sounds like spiritually or emotionally you're kind of at the same age sore. Yes. Yeah, absolutely. We do go to a relationship coach because we can fight about like the dumbest stuff, and we can feel like we want to quit, but he helped us to see that we're actually so deeply soul fully connected that the little fights are just something to work through, like Henry to burning man a couple years ago, and we had some really intense conversations that we just grew so much from. And like our marriage counselor is like I've had people get divorces, because the husband wanted to go to burning man, and I was like, hey go, you know, have have all the experiences and because I just, I'm so confident in who I am. And like who we? Are together from the time you first met from the time of that text message till you got married, how much time that was three years. I think he proposed at years, and then at three years, we got married. Let's that's reasonable. Yeah. I mean, but, you know, we were so together from the beginning that it just didn't even seem like we always knew that we were together till we got in a fight, and then it was like I could care less, if I ever see you again. You know, I want to know that we're so real because it does sound like a hallmark movie but it's not it's hard work. It's fights. It's it's challenges. It's it's frustrating. But we're both like in it in. We just keep pushing in growing, so it's, it's it can get grimy you know this everything we've talked about. So far is an amazing story in itself. But there's a whole other new chapter to this area, which is just I find just so incredible. Tell us about your history with your kidney issues. Okay. So, yeah, when I was in my late twenties, I found out that I had a kidney disease, and in nineteen ninety five found out that my kidneys had failed. So I had a kidney transplant. In July of ninety five and it lasted almost twenty two years. So I met Henry about. It was four it lasted another four years from when we met. But it was interesting because he, he knew that maybe ultimately, I might need another kidney transplant. I swear in one of those very first days or first weeks, he said, why I'm positive blood if you I'm that's it's not a total universal donor. But for anybody who's a positive blood type it's universal for a be anything else that there is positive. So he had generously volunteered that, well, so my kidneys failed I last day of work was March twenty four th of two thousand seventeen. I went on dialysis on the twenty seventh those dates just totally stick in my head, and I thought that I was going to have a transplant like my first one I found out in April that my kidneys failed by July headed kidney. No, I had. Challenge after challenge after challenge and thousand other opportunity for me to put that whole positive spin on things because it was I did get I'd get mad. And then I would come to terms with it, and I get mad and I'd come to terms with hip, it took two years. And we cut we did test him and turns out that, while they with kidney transplants. They liked to have a tissue match in there is actually six of them that can be a match. So my sister matched me all six of those tissues. So it was like getting a kidney from a twin. It's still a failed after twenty two years, though, and then Henry got tested and a women at your sister was the first donor. Yeah. Always enter donor Oko. Yeah. She couldn't give you her other one. Now, I know. And my brother didn't match me at all. So Henry ended up almost being. A better match than than my than my brother. This is what I find so incredible about this. I, I did an episode early about a local man here who donated he donated a kidney to a stranger and in talking about that. And the statistics, people die waiting for kidneys and just because they just can't find a match is not enough on tears to donate. So for Henry to be a what you've called a perfect immunological match. Seems like the the odds are astronomical. I know. And I didn't even know that until that newspaper article came out because I just, you know, I kind of like thought, well it doesn't match me at all as it. Okay. Mrs just a blood matching is gonna last seven years are twelve and then I was like kinda discouraged 'cause I thought, gosh, I would never wanna go through the sagana at seventy two I'll be viable, but older, and I don't really want to deal with dialysis that. Point. But the transplant team is so certain that I'll be without so the immunological match means that I could have developed antibodies in my body that would try to fight off this new intruder in my antibodies are not anything. I have is not going to interfere with his kidney. So it should last. If I take my medicine into everything right it should last. I hope it lasts as long as I need it to twenty five or thirty years or something, you know, how long had you been married before he gave you whose kidney. It's so hard to figure these I don't know we don't I don't really pay ten. You need to the whole time line here, right? Yeah. For me being a date person, I guess it was like three and a half years from wedding till. So the transplant I think that this summer this summer, it will be four years, we've been married. So you've, you've had the transplant recently, then weeks, it was six weeks. Yeah. By when this comes out it'll be eight weeks. And since he, he had surgery, just like you did too, to give his kidney, you've sort of been recovering together. How's that gone? It's amazing. It was the best growing experienced who could ever imagine now. It's just a miracle to how are paying was localized to kind of dislike are abdomens, that's for, for the listeners out there, putting you put a new kidney into. Your abdomen. There in case are encased in our skeletal system. So they're safe in there. Right. So we don't want to have you can't get back in there. It's like way too difficult. So I actually have four kidneys right now. My old ones have atrophied there. The size of walnuts might for my sister is in my abdomen. It's just easy to get to a blood supply into your bladder. So it just goes right in there and then it's just that's it. And then they've got nerve blockers now that they could just put right on our incisions. So when we came home, we have a really steep set of stairs in our house, up and down the stairs. We both were it was like the pain was just localized to the incisions in, we had no other issues. So we couldn't drive though. But everybody's like will had you do. Did you have people to take care of you? But we were like fine. It was bizarre. He was home after three days, I was home. After four have you found like in your even in your recovery after having surgeries like this that you are kind of synchronized in that. Well, it was really interesting because it, it just it couldn't have worked the same. He had given a kidney or have had had an operation, I didn't or if I'd had an operation he didn't. Because we, we were just so, like we'd have progressing days, and then all of a sudden, both of us would have one day where we couldn't hardly move in. We were both in so much pain, and it was, like so sinked the first three weeks were incredible. Because we were just like having the same thing. And then, of course, you get down to, like, we'll did you poop today, as you know, because we both were really constipated after the surgery, and it was just it was just really kind of crazy, how we were able to just have that same. Yes, that same synchronicity I keep thinking about like when a poor turtle is on its back and trying to get up because that was one thing that we each had really bad difficulty was trying to sit up from any kind of laying down when you. You have that much abdominal pain. So it's just incredible. All of the factors in the story. I mean to go from texting wrong number two getting a kidney from that guy. Him being your husband. It's be -hension. It's, it's so funny 'cause we've lived at the last almost seven years, but. When you kinda, you know go as a be a drone look down at it is like seriously. That's how we met in. This is what's happened. Yeah. But gives you quite a story. You live it every single day than its don't always think about like the insanity of it. Is there any part of it that I haven't asked you about that? You wanna talk about just knowing how much he loves me by doing this, although we're both really practical people. It's just so humbling. And I've had some challenges with my health just in the last few weeks because I had a bad reaction to one of my anti rejection drugs. And he took head to take me to the emergency room twice in all the doctors kept thinking it was my heart or my lungs. And I kept saying it's one of the drugs, I know it is because I'm really sensitive to medicines. And he's been. Just like right there with me through the things when I just was waiting all night for a test. I finally told him to go home, you know, but his dedication to, to me is. It's so humbling. A lot of news stories when they talk about this about your story. They include the phrase, they were they were not really supposed to meet. It sounds like you might disagree with that. Yeah. And you know, other really neat thing is that he does not answer wrong numbers. He doesn't answer wrong number phone numbers, if he doesn't have an his phone, and he doesn't respond to texts, but he did. So knows exactly where he was driving on the local freeways in. He knows what Reggie was going underneath, when he got my text from me, and, and he. To do with that one time, a no, there's so many times that I'll that. I'll just say thank you for responding to my text, 'cause it changed the course of everything. Speaking of changing the course you are about to embark on a new career illicit about the little bit. Thank you. I think my passion I remember when I was in my twenties, going to a daytime class, Henry had asked me what a day timer was. So I remember those. No. But maybe some of the younger people might not, and it's countering system. But the people who taught those programs back in the in the eighties were dynamic, and I was like I wanna do that. I have I have had been coordinating fashion shows and presenting fashion shows for many years back in the eighties and halfway through the nineties. And so I loved being in front of a big crowd of people, and I've just had the most amazing life. There's just been so many miracles that have just happened to me, and I really want to share them so that I can inspire people so that I can inspire people to be their own advocate, if they're having challenges with their medicines are with their health are if they want to inspire young people to take risks in find their new career, you know. So as a matter of fact, that is something that we didn't really get into. But way at the beginning Henry had bought a MAC and then he taught at he was working on teaching himself, how to code and I was. Cursing him to do informational interviews. He got an informational interview at a small digital agency, and they said, we'll take you on for three months. If we'll pay you but you can learn as much about coating as you can. And at the same time, will he had moved in with me because he was still living with his parents in this world was so small. And I was like, I got open your world up, you know. So come in once again, like the trust me, come with me, but I didn't wanna like fund him and he cashed in his 4._0._1._K from Lowe's. And it was exactly the amount of money that he needed to live for three months. So he got that free internship. And then he's he's taught himself he taught himself how to code he's just done that so beautifully. So, you know, I that's one of the things that I knew I was going to be able to do was just encouraging be just the kind of person I always say to him out of all the nine billion people on this planet. I'm the one that believes in. The most. And he, so, and so I if I can encourage another young person to go after their dreams into setup informational interviews. Are, you know, I want to I feel the most alive when I'm in front of people, and I can see there is, and I can look right at them and speak to them and inspire them to do something greater than they ever thought that they could. So, yes, I went she'll speaker. I hear the words motivational speaker. I always automatically think Matt Foley. Are you familiar with him is no? I do a YouTube search just on the name Matt Foley. It's a Saturday Night Live sketch. Okay. Yeah. You look that up you'll you'll get a kick. Cool Casey, this is the beginning. I love the story will. I'm going to have links to how to contact you if people want to, and you're gonna have a, a website for your speaking business, but I'll put all that on on my website at right now. I have a publicist that I'm working with. She shit kinda managing all those things. We'll give you her information, and then people can find us at on Facebook. We have Casey in Henry website so they can follow us and we post our adventures like last night. We were at the who we talk. I do motivational Monday speaking. I mean you know, just posts. And there's all kinds of interesting stuff that we're putting there so loved hours. You know what you really need? No. You need a podcast. I've. Yeah, I know we can talk about that a long time ago. I. I wanted to do of law, you know, like video because the very first day that I thought of that I wrote down, like a hundred different things that I could talk about so yeah. All right. Here we go. At the beginning. I rode. There's so many different ways to connect with people because of technology to just awesome. Absolute delight. Yeah. I love here in this, and I really appreciate you sharing your story. We'll look forward to seeing where this goes. Okay. Thank you. Thanks for listening to this episode every time I release a new show, I want to introduce you to people and stories that you just won't find on other podcasts if you really like this podcast and wanna make sure it keeps going Cleese consider supporting the show through our patriot. You can do that. What was that, like dot com forward slash support for little as one dollar a month? 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1429 The Real Message of Christ

The Truth in Love

23:14 min | 6 years ago

1429 The Real Message of Christ

"The real message of the gospel doesn't begin with a baby in a manger. But in turn ity. Because Jesus Christ is God. If you look with me in John chapter one, I want to read to you the first four verses of this account of the gospel of Jesus crashed John says, in the beginning was the word and the word was with God and the word was gone. He was end the beginning with God all things were made through him and without him. Nothing was made that was made in him was life. And the life was the light of men. You say Jesus Christ here is spoken of by, John as the word the word represents a thought or an idea. The point is, is that Jesus Christ. The word is the perfect representation of God. As the Hebrew, writer says in chapter one in verse three he's the express image of gum. Colossians chapter one in verse. Fifteen says the very image of the invisible. God. You say Jesus Christ was already there, when the beginning took place when God created this universe the word was already there from turn ity with the father with the Holy Spirit. He shared in the same divide nature. He was the word was God or more literally. God was the word he is the creator. He is the life giver of all, that's the proclamation of John is he witnesses to Christ about the gospel. In Colossians chapter one, I'm going to read to you versus fifteen through seventeen. Now, I want you to notice how and this passage we see these very same truths concerning the Lord, Jesus Christ here, it says. He is the image of the invisible. God, the first born over all creation for by him. All things were created that are in heaven, and that are only earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or principalities powers. All things were created through him and for him and he is before all things, and in him all things consist he was not created. He created all things that's the point of this passage. Take a look with me if you will at another passage in Hebrews, the first chapter not gonna try to read this whole text. But you may want to note in your bible here in Hebrews chapter one versus eight through twelve how the Hebrew Radyr, quote quotes from two Old Testament, psalms. He quotes from psalm forty five where it speaks of God. The father and it calls his son gone. He also quotes from psalm one hundred and two where he speaks of the Lord or in the Hebrew, literally, y'all would the name of God, and it describes y'all way he describes him as the eternal one who created all things. So the word Jesus Christ is deity. He is the creator of all things. Listen to these words from revelation chapter one in verse eight, where Jesus Christ said I on the hour. And the omega the beginning, and the in says the law who is and who was, and who is to come the almighty, yes, Jesus Christ is the author of the mega the beginning, and the end he's the eternal, he's the self existent all powerful. God. Jesus is not a created being. He's not a mere angel or mere man God himself. Then something happened something happened that never happened before or since. He left heaven. Stepped into our world is one of us. And it's amazing unimaginable. But with God it is possible. Jesus christ. He has gone that he became flesh. If you go back to John chapter one with me this morning. You'll see here in verse fourteen where job says and the word became flesh and dwelt among us. And we beheld his glory. The glories of the only begotten of the father full of grace. Andrew John says that were at one that was God. He became a human being and Luke tells us how this could happen. Your turn with me over to Luke chapter one versus twenty six through thirty eight you'll see that, that Luke gives the detailed story. He was born of the Virgin Mary, and of course, married it and understand this either. But the, the angel explains it to her again, I'm not going to read all of these verses this morning. But you want to Mark your bible there in Luke chapter one in verse twenty six and following, which you'll notice here that the they'll angel explained it to her in this, what, Mary asked the question in verse. Thirty four Mary said to the angel. How can this be since I do not know a man and the angel answered and said to her the Holy Spirit will come upon you and the power, the highest will overshadow you and therefore also that holy one who is to be born. We'll be called the son of God. And so the Virgin Mary concede gay Byrne. Earth to him by the power of the Holy Spirit. And though he was of the substance of Mary, he had no human father. He was both the son of man and the son of God. Hebrews chapter two versus fourteen through eighteen charter there with me today, because the Hebrew, are also emphasizes this report and the importance of Christ, becoming one of us, Hebrews chapter tubers, fourteen says in as much then as the children have partaken of flesh and blood, he himself likewise, shared in the same that through death. He might destroy him. He had the power of death. That is the devil. And release those who through fear of death were all their lifetimes of dictum bondage read it he does not give aid angels. But he does give aid to the seed of Abraham, therefore in all things. He had to be made like his brethren, that he might be a merciful and faithful high priest in things pertaining, the guy to make pro pitchy aviation for the sins of the people or in that he himself has suffered being tempted. He is able to aid, those who are tempted, you see in this passage. How Jesus had to become one of us a taker of flesh and blood, so that he could destroy Satan, the battlefield who souls was on, our it was among men. And so Jesus became one of us to make Tolman for our sins. And this is the only way that this could possibly happen, as we're going to see later in this lesson, he did this, we could become our high priests to sympathize with us to help us in our temptations. He knows he understands because he's gone before. And he gives us an example to encourage us and to strengthen as so that were that was God became flesh and dwelt among us. So that he could become our savior, so that he could become our sympathizing high pres now all of this involved him in living a perfect life. He lived a perfect life. Hebrews four fifteen tells us that he was tempted in all points as we are yet without saying Jesus Christ was without saying, I Peter chapter two verse. Twenty two tells us he committed, no sand. Neither was any guile found in his mouth, and so Second Corinthians chapter five in verse twenty one tells us that him who knew notion was made to be sin for us that we might become the righteousness of God in him. He knew no sin. He never experienced sin and because of that he could then be our sin offering. So we could be made. Right. We're gone Hebrews chapter five verse eight and Burstein tells us how that he had to be perfect to qualify. As our savior, though, he was a son yet learned he obedience by the things, which he suffered and being made perfect. He became the author of eternal salvation to all those who will buy him net. Perfect obedient life qualified him to then give himself as a sacrifice for our sins. You say, I couldn't be your savior. You couldn't be my savior, because we all have our own sands, we've all sand fall short of the glory of God, Romans chapter three verse twenty three tells sands of separating us from God, as they a fifty nine verse one verse to that whole Iraq just God for him. We're separated when we involve ourselves and San and so we all are for ourselves spiritual death separation from God, but it's right there that God in his mercy and his love, you're not give us what we deserve and all but in his grace. He gave us what we do not desert eternal life through Jesus Christ the wages of Santa's death. That's what we are for. But the gift of God is eternal life through grass diesels are Lord Romans chapter six and burst twenty three. This is good news. I want you to see that as is written in the scripture turn with me to first Corinthians. Chapter fifteen in verses one through through first Corinthians chapter fifteen versus one through through. Notice in this passage, the first of all facts of the gospel, these most important facs. Moreover brethren declare to you the gospel, which I preached to you, which also you received and in which you stand by which also, you are saved if you hold fast that word, which preach to you and less, you believed in vain where I delivered to you, first of all that which also received that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures, and that he was buried, and that he rose again, the third day according to the scriptures. Yes, Jesus Christ die was buried, and rose, again, these are the first of all facts, the most important part of the message it was in his death that Jesus paid the price for ourselves and it was in his resurrection, they'd be provided the power and assurance and hope of eternal. Peter explains in first Peter chapter one verse eighteen and nineteen how that our salvation came with a tremendous cost to God. And yet, he was willing to pay the price. You say Peter says that were not redeemed with silver, and gold with the precious blood of Christ. That's what it called God to pay for our sins. John chapter three verse sixteen John says, for God, so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son who's whoever believes on him should not perish, but have ever lasting live is. That's what God will for us. And God loved us so much that he gave his son, when we were without strength Christ died for us, according to Romans five six, when we were still centers, Christ died for us, according to Romans five in verse say there's the demonstration of God's law. This is the love of God, not that we loved him. But he loved us and sent his son to be the propitiate atoning sacrifice for our sins, according to I John four, nine and ten we ask how much God loves us, and he stretched out his arms, and he said, I love you this much. Yes. That's the message of the gospel. It's a message that without which we could not. No salvation, thanks be to God. He loved so much. I wanna illustrated by going back to Isaiah chapter fifty three verse four through six and remember as I was riding thousand years, or seven hundred fifty years, I guess, before Christ. And as I was talking about the death of Jesus. And why he suffered all that crawl. And it makes it clear it was not for his own sins, but it was for our sins as they a fifty three berths four surely, he has borne, I agrees and carried our sorrows yet, we esteemed him stricken smitten by God in a flick did. But he was wounded for our transgressions. He was bruised for our iniquities the chastisement for our peace was upon him. And by his stripes, we are healed all we like sheep have gone astray, we've turned everyone to his own way and the Lord has laid on him. The iniquity of us all, what wonderful words, let me illustrated this way this oppose it. This were a book of all of our sins and imagine our sins. Separating us down here from God of their we're separated because of our sans. But then, according to God takes our sands and a lake. As them on crash so that we now have fellowship with God. God was in crashed reconciling, the world to himself. Second corinthians. Five verse. Nineteen raise gone. We have a savior in Jesus Christ. Now what you to notice that this is not the end of the story that one who came and died for us and rose again in time ascended back into heaven to receive that glory. He wants enjoyed with the father and acts, the second chapter in verses twenty nine through thirty six Peter commenting on the prophecies of David from psalm sixteen psalm one hundred ten he tells us that Jesus ascended into heaven to sit at God's right hand as both Lord and king. Our savior Christ until everyone and everything is brought under his control. In acts chapter tubers, thirty seven after hearing that message people were cut to their heart and they said, what shall we do? Peter said repent, and be baptized. Every one of you and the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins and it went on preaching to them, so that many of them. Gladly received that message and they were baptized. In fact, the ratted that day about three thousand souls neighbor day is a gospel win for the save. We're being added to crash church, according to verse four to seven there's the beginning of crash rule, and Ryan from heaven is king. There's the beginning of his kingdom his church, not an earthly. Material physical military. But a heavenly Warna spiritual one as he tried to explain to pilot and John eighteen and thirty six. My kingdom is not of this world else would my servants fine. What's a spiritual kingdom? It's a rule in the reign of, of Christ through the gospel in our hearts, Cornell Luke seventeen twenty one the kingdom is within you. Jesus is God salvation and every blessing of God's available to every one of us in Christ. Kingdom, his church and it's our mission as Christians to tell everyone about it go into all the world. Preach the gospel to the whole creation. He the believes and his bed ties Shelby saved. He the disbelief shall be convened. Mark sixteen fifteen and sixteen. So finally today, this look forward to the fact that he's coming in, he promised to come when he left this earth as possible saw him go up into the clouds that he had promised them to come, and that Barry say way acts, one nine to eleven he will appear a second time apart from San for salvation, according to Hebrews nine in verse twenty eight and right now, even now, God patiently waits for you to turn to him before it's too late. He's long suffering not wishing that any should perish. But all should come to repentance goes of the day of the Lord, we'll come like a thief in the night, second with reverse tin. You'll come suddenly unexpectedly bringing an end to this world that the calls us all rea- forgotten everything. Let me close this lesson today with special Christmas story, a modern parable about Paul Harvey. It's about a modern man, one of us, he was not a Scrooge. It was kind decent mostly Goodman, generous to his family, upright in his dealings with others, but he did not believe in all that incarnation stuff that the church's proclaim at Christmas time it just didn't make sense to him. And he was too honest to pretend otherwise. He just could not swallow the Jesus story about God coming to earth as man I'm truly sorry to distress you. He told his wife, but I'm not going with you. The church this Christmas Eve, he said he'd fill, like a hypocrite that he would much rather stay home, but that he would wait up for them. So he stayed in. They wind shortly after the family drove away in the car snow began to fall. He went to the window to watch the flurries getting heavier and heavier, and then went back to his fireside chair began to read his newspaper minutes later. He was startled by thudding sound, then another in another at first, he thought someone must be throwing snowballs against as living were window. Well, when it went to the front door, he found a flock of birds huddled miserably in the snow. They had been caught in the storm and in a desperate search for shelter. They try to flat through his large landscape window. Well. He couldn't let the poor creatures lather and freeze, you remembered the bar, where his children stabled their polling that would provide a warm shelter, if he could direct the birds to it quickly put on his coat and galoshes trampled through the deepening snow to the bar, open the door, wide and turned on the light. But the worst the birds did not come in he figured food would entice them in any hurried back to the house. That's breadcrumbs, sprinkled them on the snow making the trail to the yellow landed wide open doorway, the stable, but to his dismay, the birds ignored the breadcrumbs and continued flap around helplessly in the snow dried catching them. He tried shooing them into the bar by walking around them waving his arms. Instead they scattered in every direction except into the warm landed bar. Then didn't realized they were afraid of him. To them he reasoned. I'm a strange and terrifying creature only I could think of some way to let them know that can trust me. That I'm not trying to hurt him but to help them. How? Any movie made tended to frighten them, confused them. They just would not follow. They would not be led or shooed because they feared him if. Oli. The aburd himself a thumb that could be a bird and mingle with them, speak, their language and tell them not to be afraid and show them the way to the safe warm. Born. I have to be one of them, so they could see and hear and understand at that moment, the church bells began to ring the sound reached Xeres above the sound of the wind you stood there, listening to the bells, and he psyched to his knees in the snow. Yes. Crashed his God, he became one of us to make a way for us to him waiting there now but helming back soon, which you do with crash will determine how you live your life today. And in eternity what you will do with Christ. Would determine your turtle destiny. So what we do with Christ came all the way from heaven earth to the cross back to heaven again for you won't you penitent. They give yourself to him in that Titian voting your life to him. What you come to. Jesus Christ today. You've been listening to a podcast of the truth in love for a listing of all our programs. Please check out our website at WWW dot T T, I L dot TV. And if you have any questions or lacking of materials, please call our toll free number one eight hundred eight one nine two nine six six. Thanks for listening to the truth in love and feel free to let us know how we can help you toward seven today.

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Can Marketers Create the Future? The Exponential Power of Audacious, Repeatable Content with Ian Faison, CCO at Mission

Marketing Trends

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Can Marketers Create the Future? The Exponential Power of Audacious, Repeatable Content with Ian Faison, CCO at Mission

"I'm alec baldwin and you're listening to marketing trends and the leeds art week. Marketing trans is brought to you by salesforce dot bb marketing automation on the world's number one c._r._m. Are you ready to take your b._b. Marketing getting to new heights with marketers can find nurture leads close more deals and maximize r._o._i. Learn more by visiting dot dot com slash podcast or or click on the link in our show notes. Here's your host ian face on boca marketing trends and i mean phase on chief content are here emission dot org and on the other line gosh. It's it's a shame that we're not together on this fateful day. Ben wilson producer market trends what's up man yeah unfortunately i'm out here on the other coast but <hes> hopefully make it out to california again soon here yeah the to do <hes> our our next our next episode here in in studio and semi palo alto but you know we we've been talking behind the scenes <hes> listening listening to a lot of our marketing trends episodes one of the things that was coming up kind of over and over and over again was this kind of two part idea one is can marketers create the future and the second one was essentially this idea round audacious reputable content so i gave a talk with the fantastic tastic team at ibm blue wolf and thanks to to coron who's a multi guests marketing transfer setting that up and and talk to their team about this this idea came marketers create the future and if so how would they do that so instead of airing that that version which was a little gritty <hes> <hes> we figured we kind of hop on and talk about it and then also just kind of talked about the goings on with <hes> with marketing trends before we get into that ben our listeners might not. I know this but your training for the n._b._a. Is that true or false. <hes> that is true <hes> thanks to to mission so mission likes to give bonuses in in a very particular certain way which is that i got a bonus certain dollar amount and <hes> and you all told me use this to do something that you otherwise would i would never do and then you can make a podcast episode about a and so i thought about that for i don't know how long it was between when you actually the bonus and when i came back and told you what i wanted to do with it but it was one day i was shooting hoops and i was just making everything and i thought to myself. How far could i go with this so <hes> so the trial. How is this saturday. It's the rind and barely walking at this point. My back is like ruined but <hes> playing the best basketball my life and just excited to go play against some really good players and see how stack up that is so awesome excited and for those who listeners who don't ben is extremely tall so that's that's is part of the reason on our first offsite. Everyone was kind of blown away. Use your so softspoken for such a tall man. I don't remember who it was but but someone in the company told me that that i don't have tall energy just talking. I don't know that means. I was offended but yeah everyone was apprised. Rarely i don't hotel energy but yeah. I think you do have taller energy. Ah i appreciate that and the reason why i bring it up is because you know why why we do that is because we want employees to have experiences variances that ended up leading to really cool stories and it's a perfect segue into this idea of audacious repeatable content so the when i was thinking about this this <hes> we had joe pulitzer on the foul content marketing institute and he said that there's essentially two reasons that content marketing doesn't work the goal isn't isn't big enough or there isn't enough repetition so we've talked about like multiple times on the show about this idea that you know for human to change a habit it requires sixty six rations of that and i forget who did the research on that so we can we can link it up later but <hes> it it kind of got me thinking about this decided like well then what is something. That's big enough and what i would. I would call you know remarkable enough stuff that you would actually tell people about especially take your buyers are tell people that are interesting and then the second piece of this is like how do you create enough repetition. How do you create repeatability ability so you want it to be something that they can remember that sticks with them. That reminds you of them at at whatever time <hes> that that's advantageous or just something something that makes people smile. I think that that's humorous a good way to do this too so i we're gonna go into the way back machine. You grew up here in the in the sunny bay area. If i were to sadie you ben now you have a friend with the end of that line v in the diamond business. I do have a friend in the business shane company <music>. I also have a friend in the dime visit. Yeah not not a sponsored segment for shane but the engagement ring. I bought shane company. They have this jingle. They've been running. These radio jio ads <hes> with tom shane. The founder in the bay area for a has to be like thirty years. I don't know the exact time extremely memorable very repeatable something that pretty much. Everyone in the bay area has heard in one form or fashion and i i kinda just always go back to this idea of like jingles like the men's warehouse warehouse. You're gonna like the way you look. I guarantee you know one eight hundred kars for kids. You know i don't always drink beer but when i do drink co. Sakhee's all of these like really memorable double slogans especially socio with some type of music or some type of imagery and for modern marketers like that's just really hard to do now. I mean it's really hard to be able to get that type of repetition with some of the advertising stuff that we have now a good example of this. I think we've seen recently is certain companies. He's doing a bunch of of youtube bads and having a video that plays consistently but you know at the end of the day like there's just so much more noise and that stuff really worked. It's really well so what kinda thinking was like. How do you get that same level of repeatability and memora- -bility into do you know current ad campaign so those kinda kinda worry. I started thinking about this so then to take a step back. Let's go back into the the the way back machine here of like kim. Marketers create the future. Did you know the story about the knowledge navigator so the knowledge navigator predates my birth by one year and and <hes> i had not i had not heard of the knowledge navigator but i mean to me. It's just such a non obvious question right like ken. Marketers create the future before i heard the story i had never even <hes> considered the possibility that that we could <hes> it's a it's a really interesting and fascinating question. Yeah i mean i feel the same way and so i when we interviewed reviewed peter schwartz and he was telling us about the knowledge navigator <hes> cash. I don't know what episode that was. <hes> back probably twenty or thirty episodes ago on marketing trends and if you haven't listened to it i i highly recommend lincoln up in the show notes so basically john sculley the c._e._o. Of apple in nineteen eighty seven wrote a book code odyssey and it outlined a vision for a device called the knowledge navigator and so basically what happened was this guy mike labeled who's a researcher for grapples advanced technologies group came up with a list of technologies to illustrate in a video for this device so in classic like marketing fashion and it was they gave a talk at a at a conference and it went really well and so they had another conference coming up or they wanted to you talk about this and so they're like hey marketing team is six weeks right. Shoot create edit. This video budget is sixty grand. Do research whatever we're gonna make this. This device is not on the product roadmap. It's not anything like that. We want you to create this essentially like this project to show what is possible for for the future so long story short. They ended up creating. This video called the knowledge navigator and essentially like it's this professor coming into work checking his email <unk>. Doing some research online connecting with a colleague in brazil in a two way video are on his desk. If you haven't checked it out it's it's really funny because because it's essentially a tablet but this was this was way way way predating the tablet or the iphone or anything like that and what was so interesting that peter schwartz talked about was like this sent like a shock wave video to throughout silicon valley and throughout innovators across the country about like what is possible and so another person inspired was stephen spielberg so when they were working on minority report in in two thousand and two they looked at this video as one of the templates for like is this going to be how work is done in the future so it's a fascinating look at at our internal clock says marketers of saying is this project big enough is it bold enough is it too i have the right budget but for sixty grand they impacted hundreds and hundreds of technologists that were trying to create products like that and it was just something futuristic and then it got <unk> essentially portrayed moore elements of it inspired word in a steven spielberg and and peter schwartz they're building the future for a movie that was just all done by the marketing department and i thought what a cool story but what a what an empowering thought thought so like what are other examples of this and what are some things that maybe marketers have done that are kind of in the in the same sort of in so if you think about how audacious that was i would say like moderate sixty grams probably a decent amount to invest back then on something like that but it wasn't an ad in the super bowl audacious so then let's take to the next level like what are the most audacious in marketing things. The highest are y. The best campaigns ever so to me. I think of things like the lexus advertisements in minority report that movie has done two two billion views lexus invested in that and clearly got a massive long tail return from that so obvious that they came back for a similar type of investment in the movie black panther which is pretty much set every you know box office record and you know i mean at some point. Black panthers gonna have been seen by ten billion people in the world. It's going to be one of the most popular movies ever. I'd already is one of the most popular movies ever in lexuses prominently displayed you look at like the lego movie so that movie was made for about sixty million dollars and it grossed about four hundred and sixty nine million dollars worldwide. You're talking about essentially a a massive marketing campaign pain that actually made them money plus sales of lego. I think it was rumored that went up like twenty five percent and now they have a franchise that they're going to continue rolling out with lego batman movie which made three hundred twelve million lehtonen job who and on and on so that lego job who only made it news disappointing because it only made one hundred twenty three million meanwhile this is a franchise for lego to continue both marketing their product and making money. I think that's an important point to that. You know a campaign is successful when you're c._e._o. Is coming in and saying hey how come you didn't make more money on this campaign. Non terms terms of like net sales but just in terms of the campaign itself is making money right it people were disappointed by the fact that the last lego movie only made one hundred twenty three million dollars kinda losing fact that the fact that this advertising campaign like that that's not taking into account what it did for the lego brand or or all the toys at night assault and it's something it touches on both it's highly ambitious. It's an audacious goal. It's something that they probably took their c._e._o. And was like hey we wanna do this. Massive massive thing we want to spend sixty million dollars to make a movie and it could totally flop but it's also now repeatable because they have a franchise that they can keep rolling out new assets so if if you take that example to like the b. two b. world of some of the people that we've interviewed on the show like for example korean when early days at blue wool she decided to do the state of salesforce force report and every year they would create this massive report and then they would use all of the content for that throughout the year <hes> another good example like you know we interviewed engage does john miller with their massive tome one hundred and seventy pages on account based marketing. That's a massive investment but it's also a massive repeatable repeatable investment because every single year it comes out you look at other campaigns like the guinness book of world records guinness wanted people hanging out at bars talking about stuff so you know they created the guinness book world records a big investment for them a time investment pretty crazy in audacious idea but super repeatable 'cause you could continually update over time <hes> same thing with like you know michelin star restaurants you know you have squatty potty youtube video super audacious just three hundred billion views we had we talked about that on the show you know all of these sort of things are are big investments and they take convincing they take conviction to be able to do that but at the end of the day if it's tailor made for your audience and and you're focused on the customer is probably the right thing to do. The issue is some of those are not repeatable so just because you have hit doesn't mean <hes> that you can always do that and it's pretty difficult to be a hit maker like every movie studios kind of in that in that realm. It's hard to continually make hits over time so you want to build version one with the idea of repeatability something that they can subscribe to something that is part of their journey ernie. I mean just when it comes to repeat ability. I i think what you said makes a lotta sense right. <hes> people i agree that something needs to be be be seen or heard or experienced a number of times in order to stick so why is it that you think more marketers don't aim for repeatability because we've heard this from a number knbr guests right that way too. Many marketing departments just end campaigns before people have a chance to relieving catch onto the message. So why do you think that that's such a common pitfall that the people fall into yeah i mean i think that i work at a place now. Where testing hypotheses is so cheap that you can get something out. There tested really well and figured out a great example is <hes> larry kim whom sure everybody has heard of he puts out a lot of really good content and he has this unicorns and donkeys approach right so if you're a thousand pieces nine hundred ninety eight of them are going it'd be donkeys. Two of them are gonna unicorns then take those to promote the heck out of him because those are popular in kind of his thing is like you never really know which ones are gonna. Mystic knight think that that's a really interesting approach because you have a lot of repeatability in content but not necessarily sara lee making something that is a franchise not making something that is a brand in and of itself you know when we talk to matra farrow who created created state of the edge his company is embedded in edge computing and he wanted to create something that was even bigger than their company that signified fight like what is edge and bringing all sorts of different stakeholders to that <hes> you know he had mentioned on the podcasts. That piece of content isn't successful until someone is sick avert right. I think that a lot of a lot of marketers want to experiment and test certain types of messaging rather <unk> than just creating the exact thing that their audience is looking for and i think a lot of that ends up becoming features right like like we just kinda ended up talking about the product or about the features and not about the long term journey of our customers like word. They wanna be in ten in years. What if we were to create a franchise. You know ten years in the making what would that look like and i think to going back at that point about that. Matt said about a piece of content is successful until someone is sick of it. I mean who's going to be the first person to get sick of it. It's it's the person who created the person who's working with every day and i see that sometimes with these marketing trends episodes right like i edited edited it wow at two. Did it like four times before before it comes out in some of these marketing trends. I never want to listen to again because i've heard him five times right and so i don't have a clear view of what is interesting to people because for for if you were listening to it once or twice it's obviously not that right and so i think the market is the very people who are making these campaigns. They get sick of it way faster than anyone else does and so they might be a little trigger happy when it comes to to ending them and starting something new i totally agree and so i think you you get into this holy trinity that we think about it mission which is like this past present and future content. You have nostalgia which is like lessons of people from the past who made similar decisions who were in similar situations that can shape your thinking for the future. The those lessons are super valuable. You know the the tom shane example of if you could put that elixir in a bottle that will be something that would be great to roll out for the future. One of the first podcasts are very first podcast that we did call. The story was no majd to a very famous radio program ram that ran for over thirty years the rest of the story by paul harvey. The reason why we did that is because it was a proven storytelling technique that was really really popular for over thirty years and we wanted to put people in kind of that same that same thought process and thinking about these stories that they may or may not know and have ebi a little fun for them to guess who the protagonist is kinda throughout the episode. You know this idea of past present. Future is essentially every story and in its every every marketing story too. I mean you think about evasively a problem a solution and the result of the solution right and so the problem is necessarily -sarily the past right. It's how you got to where you are and now you have <hes>. It's what brings you to the current situation where you have this issue you. The solution is the present and the future. Is you know what you're hoping that your customer. Your client feels went once they've used <hes> your solution lucien and so this isn't just like an idea that we came up with but like every single marketing strategy needs to have these three elements of the pass the president amature yet. I think so so many folks are not creating content. That's kind of all three of those things content from the past content from the cutting thing edge and then content that is looking forward into the future and i think a lot of times we tried to do that but we're stuck kind of in a sort of content map that is pretty rigid and not taking some risks on what the future looks like or taking some risks on how that type of content is going to be delivered to people i would say the best methods are a blend of evergreen for green versus appointment one of the early lessons that i remember rich eisen. Who's the host of richeisenshow when he had his podcast back. This was probably like ten years ago the reason why he left e._s._p._n. For n._f._l. Network was he wanted to be part of the n._f._l. Where half of the time it was appointment television vision you had to be watching it live and then the other half of it was evergreen or not evergreen but like discussions and that's how you had had his podcast so it was discussions around what had just happened and i always thought thousand interesting way of looking at things like how do you create something that is appointment television and then how do you create great discussions around it. I think that the blending of fiction and nonfiction i i mean obviously we love fiction writing here mission but but i think beyond that there's just so few marketers that are creating fiction and when you look at creating the future and what things like star wars did the holographic imaging in star wars that how that is informed the founders of magically for example or on and on down the line so so much of fiction storytelling dictates what technologies want to create and it's a lot easier to write something for the spoken-word than it is to you. You know get a full length movie production but i would challenge marketers that they can write both fiction especially for business content. It's a relatively untapped area on i and then i would say blending narrative verses interviews. I mean we've we've been working on a ton of shows like the journey like hidden in plain sight which is coming out soon or were blending blending narrative storytelling versus just interview storytelling. We're gonna work on some of that. Suffer marketing trends as well but i really think that were so good at storytelling storytelling as marketers and we just don't really do it enough because we focus so much on just kind of publishing listed goals absurd things like that <hes> in terms of you know these these blended approaches you look at something like the joe rogan podcast who where i mean i look at it and i you see this three and a half hour podcast. I think who listens to this and the answer is millions of people literally. Millions of people listen to three and a half hours and in this digital world. I think we get so focused on a certain type of message. That can very very quickly very easily. <hes> but you know to your point a lot of times something that's different something that's maybe fiction with which people are not used to or a little bit more of a narrative structure or a little bit longer and how the content is delivered delivered it breaks through because it is different and and so you know we we shouldn't shy away from that yet but this goes back to utility right. Everyone says that you know like millennials and younger generations have of a super short attention span and all the stuff swipe ray generation yet they do for certain things but they also have way longer attention spans for other things are are they gonna sit there and and full a newspaper and read along you know article yet not necessarily but also <hes> millennials and younger generations. Listen listen to podcasts at a much higher rate like hey if you told someone that someone spending forty five minutes a week with them. That's a lot of time right versus. You know we're recently looking at a website. That has a a a theme around one of the topics that we discuss. All of our podcasts average time on site is a minute fifty eight and their average engagement is one point three pages. What are we optimizing for. If that's the case right <hes> when you have the opportunity to tell a story that someone hangs out with you <hes> for ten hours a quarter because you're providing that much value so i just think that there's a lot of nuance there and different sorts of things you can do and i think that ultimately this comes down to measuring measuring r._o._i. And retargeting like i think there's two major themes here you have qualitative and quantitative everything in like account based marketing. All of that is blending is going towards engagement like that is happening. Everyone is looking engagement rather than kind of like reach metrics tricks or these different sorts of things if you're playing a game in which google and facebook control eighty percent of adspend then those two do things are a tool in your kit to measure all of the things that you're creating but when it comes to the qualitative impact the human impact. How do you measure how much you're helping someone. How do you measure if something that you did give someone the occurrence to apply for a job. How do you measure if that taught them how to do sales. How do you measure if they reference you all the time you know and i know that there's a lot of marketing and technologies that are trying to figure out where mouth and all of that but it goes beyond that like how do you measure something puts a smile on somebody's face every day and i think that will get more refined with how we think think about creative ways to do that. We've heard from a lot of guests but those are the types of things. I think are so fascinating. Because is someone going to talking about your ad campaign forty years from now like we talk about you know the shane company like we talk about though sakis guy like that's the question that i would have and that's most of those campaigns are audacious and repeatable campaigns but the next level of that is is it their favorite thing in the world like there are so many kids that are growing up the black panthers their favorite thing on earth right and that was paid for in part by what existed existed the investment alexis made <hes> just like many other steven spielberg movies or had lots of product placement so as a marketer. I feel like it so empowering because because you can shape how stories are told more so than you ever have in the past. You know back in the day. I think that that was more so reserved for consumer humor companies but i think b. Two b. companies are sitting at the cutting edge of content like. Could you sponsor a movie. Could you sponsor a t._v. Show in a way that is more imbedded than than ever before <hes> we've talked about the fact that we wanna make a marketing trends t._v. Show at some point in time <hes> you you know a fictional tv series like i think that that sort of stuff is really fascinating to me and i think if we do a good job of measuring the quantitative the reach which the are you hitting your target accounts. Are we reaching the correct. Prospects are easing multi medium and the qualitative that human impact. I think we're going to be in in rarified verified air yeah so you know speaking of past present future. Put this in the future for us. What is it gonna look like or what will it look like for for someone who who puts his altogether in an has this kind of audacious repeatable campaign or are there any president examples that you can <hes> that you would really point to kind of tie together all of this yeah. I mean i think if you look at if you look at some of the like you take the serio adds that that mail chimp done as as a good example of something that you know about three hundred million people heard that were funny that were interesting. I feel like that's the type of like memorable piece but then you know there was no kind of through line there. There's not something that continues to go on. I mean i would say the the takeaways here for marketers is is that number one. If you're gonna create a character for an ad create something that you could turn into <unk> content like actually think about the person as has a character i think you've seen gyco has done this really well over the years <hes> with the gecko and and things like that they don't just create an ad they create a character and then the next step of that is what would you do with that character. Were they go what would they do. What is their story. Why are they doing the things that they're doing. Could you turn that into a t._v. Show could you turn that into a movie. I think that those are the sort of things that if you kind of go down the line of what other things could this character do flow is another good example for progressive and again. Those are just scratching the surface like you could make those characters you know four dimensional or three dimensional characters if you want it to the second lesson i would say is distribution is becoming more and more commoditised and that casino effect always wins and less you fill find a way to build exponential value value so if you're only ever buying ads and you're never creating things that are original that can build morality then you're just gonna keep kind of spending more and more third lesson than i would say is create the time and budget to make small bets on scalable projects with high upside. This was something that jonathan mendenhall talked about from his his time at airbnb. I think the number was like five hundred thousand dollars investment or maybe one hundred fifty thousand rabies fifty thousand. I forget off the top of my head but obviously everybody's but he's budgets are different but you need to be able to make small bets on scalable projects that have high upside because you don't always have to bet the farm but what if it can become scalable than it's a great bet if it can't fit just a one off thing i personally don't see why you would invest that much time effort and energy into something that would be a one off thing that you would never want to do again and kinda similar to starting a business. Is this campaign. You want to run for the next seven years yes or no or the answer's yes then. It probably sounds pretty compelling the fourth lesson i would say is you have to spend big to win. Big in most cases i so don't be afraid trade to make the big bets that have the potential for those exponential returns. The knowledge navigator was sixty thousand bucks. It never ended up becoming a product and it it was something that you know at the time was probably not a ton of money but was enough money that had a huge impact on on a lot of people it didn't necessarily you know when all the product awards because it never got launched but it was something that they invested conversely lego investing sixty million dollars to return four hundred sixty is in classic spend big win big and then the final lesson is like invest in past president future content pass informs who we are. The president is what is is at the cutting edge what is going on right now from practitioners in the struggle and the future is unknown and it's exciting for marketers to be able to create create that and i would just encourage our listeners to be able to <hes> to create things that are novel that are not in the world yet because i i think we all are looking for that stuff awesome. <hes> thanks for coming on today any any final thoughts before we sign off. Not this is fun. 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230: Are We Scared of Hell? | Ear Biscuits Ep. 230

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230: Are We Scared of Hell? | Ear Biscuits Ep. 230

"In ramble before we get started won't let you know that your biscuits is supported by e. The Soup is back on Wednesdays at ten nine central with new host Jade Caterpillar. Yeah if you WANNA get a rundown of the craziest stuff that's happened on television and on the Internet and all the places in between you can watch jade Cata Preta tell you all about it. You know she's so funny that I named my dog after. No I didn't believe that jade's name was jade when we adopted her but maybe they did. Maybe the people you adopted jade from name there. I think they believe they did. Jade's known for quick wit. I'm not talking about your dog. I'm talking about Jake. Cata PRETA QUICK WIT and keen observations and she celebrates the funniest in craziest moments in pop culture because she is a soup are. Don't miss the Soup Wednesdays on e. At ten nine central welcome to ear biscuits unlinked and I'm read this week at the roundtable of dim lighting. Were GonNA do the QNA that we said that we didn't know if we wanted to do a s right the lost years series all along the way we prompted you guys to use? Hashtag your biscuits and let us know how you're processing and if particular arose let us know and I think I don't think we said if concerns arose. Let us know but I guess that happened to well. We what we talked about last week was How're processing this whole thing? And how we have a tendency. I think maybe maybe me more than link tendency to once I start looking at questions and thinking about what people are saying asking like I start wanting to defend myself and to justify myself especially if I see that I'm kind of being misunderstood or misrepresented but I am becoming a healthier person as I get older and I am learning more. What is just me and my ego And so we decided to instead of getting into answering questions last week to kind of just get into our process but also you know what we talked about was. We don't want this podcast to become a place where we just Kinda spout off our opinions when it comes to things that were ultimately not qualified to talk about and so because you can very quickly get into this place where two guys who are basic basically have been making a living on Youtube for over a decade are sitting around and trying to tell you their particular apologetic giving Wasif arguments for what for what a beliefs. You should adopt something that we're going to do because there's a lot of people out there who have dedicated their lives to studying some of the things that we talked about. And they're experts in their field and there's so many books that have been written articles that have been written about all the things that we talked about so it is up to you to go and do your own research coming to your own conclusions. But I do think that there were a lot of questions that were asked just from a very curious place like we told long stories about our stories and our faith journeys and we condense them down into less than two hours. We left a lot of details details out. We left a lot of people wondering about different parts of the process wondering about how we think about particular things now and I've seen a lot of questions kind of grouped together so I thought and also I think these questions have also been coming from the Christians that we stay in contact with in our own lives Which is one question that we got you guys. You guys still friends with her. Yes we're still friends with lots of Christians and we've got really close lifelong friends who are still You know president of seminaries in in all testament professors in Curb pastors and so. We've got a lot people who Can Challenge a lot of things that we said. We're in conversation so but I think a lot of those questions come from curious place and so we want to honor your questions. Honor your curiosity and just kind of give our personal perspective. This isn't designed to be like this is what you should think. This isn't prescriptive. This is just a kind of filling the gap of your curiosity. If you if you have it yeah. So you've you've grouped together some questions. Which you're going to tee up. I count some of these but not all of them but Yes for me you know. Our stories are so different that they engendered a different flavor of response. And when there's when you're talking about when your story talk so much about the issues in that it did that. It invites people to engage on this apologetic level on this reasons for believing certain things level whereas I'm not getting as much as though I'm I'm well I think I'm I think I'm I think I'm grateful because I didn't want well. I decided feel bad. You seem like you seem like you almost feel bad about not getting more. My told my story in the way that I told it. Piggybacking off of your story because it dry. It drives him. It would drive me nuts to have the responses that are directly addressed to your story. It would just I. It's not a healthy environment and so I'm glad that the way that I told my story even though a lot of what you experience again I was there for it and we discussed it and I was a sounding board and I didn't shut any of that down. Yeah when I stand by what I said when you told your story which is I. Think that your story Is ultimately more relatable to more people than mine is but people who think maybe we'll come back to what what the differences in response and the magnitude of response. What that means. All I'll say right now. Is that people who think like me. are also behave like me. Which is they talk more about this particular thing. They make Youtube. They may podcast and Youtube channel events where they debate about it right and so not amy. Yeah and that's how I am. Yeah if I was still in the faith I would be right there alongside them so that we'd have a totally different pocket totally different online persona. I guess at this point but so I will say before you get into those questions that I a lot of the main thing. That people responded to my story was like the the stories that I told him particularly the story about like you. Leave me on the side of the road. So if you're more interested in the story aspect of things Once we get through some of these other questions that because people are interested in your point of view on right And I will say if I mean our six and a half minutes in but If you if you happen to be someone who's just checking out your business for the first time And you got to this point in your not over liquor. Yeah we did a whole series first of all. This podcast is just two buddies. You've known each other forever. Just trying to figure out life together being friends and talking about the process and things that we're interested in and one of the things that we decided to do over a month ago is to kind of tell our full stories of our Evangelical Christian backgrounds. How that got us to where we're at in our careers played an integral role in. We call the lost years when we call them the lost years because they were literally never talked about and so we talked about him on the podcast. I find it hard to believe. This is the first episode anyone's listened to but somebody might be a you know what those are long episodes. Just skip and then he'd listen to. He told her individual deconstruction stories and And we asked you to participate in asking some questions and now we're going to finally what we did another podcast. We talked about how we didn't feel how we didn't know what we're GONNA do by answering questions but now we're going to answer some questions. Okay one of the things again. I'm I'm not gonNA credit anybody Maybe some of these later questions but I again. This was a group to these. Are All from link. Okay yeah these are multiple people so you ask yourself. What if I'm wrong? I said that during my story there was a point at which when I was a Christian and I hadn't experienced a bunch of doubts. I said what if I'm wrong do you ask yourself that question? Now what if you're wrong now the question because it seems like I mean our our belief on the inside it was was like it was like a hedging. Your Bets Outcomes Razor Kinda. What if you're wrong? It's like worst case. You know. Worst case on the outside you're risking eternal punishment separation from God right. I think you're talking about Pascal's wager. That's cows wage rates Aachen Aachen Razor. I can't even say it now. It's the simplest solution is simple solution. Last wager is essentially Blaise Pascal. Famous mathematician in thinker from a longtime ago. Who is a Christian basically said what have to lose by living a Christian life you know because I get to have a lot to gain. You have a lot to gain by by going to the dockside Which I'm going to talk a little bit about. Hell in a second related to pass cows wager and why I don't find it compelling but yeah but the question what if you're wrong. What about Arkansas? Though are you GonNa Talk Razor. I shave with it every day. That's I shave underneath my beer with controller. What's Your Response Yes I asked myself. I'm wrong I I hope I never stop doing it like I like. I said at the end of the the podcast Mona Story. It's like if anything I have demonstrated a willingness to change my mind right to sort of extricate myself from something that is still very much a part of the way. I think in the way that I behave was my entire world view in mind tire orienting principle in life and I moved away from it in spite of wanting to not want to. I didn't WANNA stop believing it and so yeah. I continue myself that question. I hope I hope I never start asking myself the question. What if I'm wrong? I will say that the it's the flavor of the question has changed a little bit because I no longer have real definitive ideas about things that I find hard to be definitive about like. I don't know what think about the afterlife. I don't have some guesses but I don't have any convictions about the afterlife. I don't have any convictions about the supernatural reality of the world so therefore when I had certainty about those things and I knew that I was GonNa go to heaven in that people who ultimately disagree with me. We'RE GONNA go to hell. What if I'm wrong felt different absolutely I feel I feel now like I don't have to be right? I felt like I had to be right before. And I you know if I if I didn't feel confident about a certain aspect of my rightness I had to bolster. That had to read a little something about it. You know. I think that if if you had a doubt about the resurrection of Jesus then you would google evidence for the resurrection and it will come in droves and what. I don't you know it took a long time for me to get to a point where I'm like. I'm actually going to Google evidence against the resurrection. Just just to check it out. You know but I guess since the shoe's on the other foot I should ask US. Well Now. Are We googling? Things like evidence for the resurrection and I think that's a later question. You have so here now. Let's come back to keep going. This is this is. This is almost fun. A related question. That kind of comes on the heels of what? If you're wrong is what about hell. Do you not live in fear that what like if you if you were right in the first. You know three quarters of your life you're right than this version of you. Who is wrong is going to hell. And not only. Are you going to hell? But you're leading your family your your best friend And anyone who's listening to your podcasts. Potentially your band your your leading bell. What about the impression of a fan and in an okay? So the first part of the question was personal. Are you scared of Hell? Okay scared of ill My answer to this is that when I was a Christian I was not scared of all the other potential outcomes as presented by all the other religions right so according to some conservative flavors of Islam I would have been considered an infidel and probably wouldn't have gotten into paradise there. The Muslim key concept has a little bit different in how you how you qualify for it but whatever there are some people who who believe a certain thing in that faith who would have said that I was going to hell. There was some. There are some people who believe in reincarnation might believe that based on my actions I was Gonna come back a grasshopper. Whatever the particular not trying to make light of that. I'm just saying that that could be somebody's idea. I didn't lose any sleep about those potential outcomes when I was a Christian because as a Christian I had a very long list of people's beliefs about the afterlife that I was that I didn't believe I wasn't scared of their hell because I didn't believe in it. There's a very long list if you really tried to make right. So the only thing I've done is I've added the Christian hell to that list of things that I don't believe in and so it becomes. It's not as easy as a mental exercises. I just made. It seem because when you believe in it for so long and that's what you thought when you were in your formative years you're adolescent years is a little bit more difficult to disregard but I would say that sort of the the short answer is i. Don't lose any sleep about it for the same reason that you as a Christian. Don't lose sleep about going to someone else's hell and I didn't lose sleep about hell when I believed I had escaped it and I think it was just something that I did not like to think about like I mean you. You might think that with all the experience that I described in like the guilt and the pressure that I placed on myself within that SIS belief system you might think that there was a direct connection to hell like. There's a lot of people who with a similar makeup me would then take the next step like I got him. I am. I really saved. I gotta I gotTa make sure. I'm saved every day like I GOTTA. I gotTa pray that Sinner's prayer with Jesse was told my wife. Jessie who went to a very conservative Christian? Private school was told when she was a kid and of course she struggles with scrupulous city the scrupulously version of OCD so this is especially troublesome for her they said which is a religiously applied version of OCD. Yeah if you're ninety nine percent sure that you're saved your one hundred percent lost theft you tell you tell you tell children that. They had to be assured of their salvage. So I wasn't told that and you were there all along so we weren't told that knows it. You Know I. I never interacted with hell that way. It wasn't something I was constantly faced with. It wasn't like it was constantly talked about what we're actually talking about it a lot. It might give the false impression that it was shoved down our throats constantly. But it's not a pleasant to think about. Yes so but instead we just didn't think about it and then because it's not pleasant in the more you think about it. I think it it gets less pleasant if not for youth for the people on the outside and so it's it's a place I never wanted to go. I have wanted to go to one of those I never in a never went to one of these and where they scare the hell out of you like a Christian haunted house. Yeah like a Hell House. Never did you would've noticed. Unfortunately I would have come out getting a part of a denomination that did come out satanic. We just did a fall festival because we didn't believe in Halloween but we didn't do hell houses feel like it was a missed opportunity but this is also the reason why. I don't find Pascal's wager. The same apply the same logic to my response to pass wager as I do. This and that is you can take Pascal's wager and you can use that to argue for any faith. You know what I'm saying is like because you they presented as such value pro. Any faith presents a value proposition. The consequence for not following it. So then if you don't you can't forget about that value. It's like well if I don't have so much to gain here. It's not just what you have to lose. What I'm saying. Is that you from a Muslim perspective. You could also have passed cows wager and you could argue against a Christian. You can take you can start with any particular religious perspective and say this is what you have to gain in. This is what you have to lose. And then you can argue from that standpoint so it doesn't actually talk only compelling to someone who's trying to hold onto Christian belief but it's not very compelling to someone who doesn't have Christian belief giving sense and isn't that yes isn't there also a factor in that that's like you're you're not just mentally assenting to certain beliefs but you have to have like a heart connection right. Well you can lead a horse to water. But you can't make him. What kind of relationship with God is that? It's just based on a fear of hell or maybe I'm going to stay. I'm going to stick around just in case you guys are right like that doesn't feel like a vibrant relationship with God and just kind of feels like a mental exercise. The second half of this this question or questions that you've group together when you talk about Hell is what's your what about speaking out. What if speaking out has led other people into eternal punishment? But if you're wrong about this right. Wasn't that the second half of the question. The you added that but I have. I have seen that like what about the fans in the the friends? Isn't that the question? That's not the question that I have written. That's the question that you asked. Okay well I have an answer. I've seen that one. I feel like we answered it at the toward the end of last week. I mean when I when I read the exchange between two mythical beasts it was a were just presented our perspective but everyone has to make their own decision. I I just feel like our audience is can understand that and I even if I I know that a lot of people were shaking up but again I don't think it troubles me that I I just I just feel like in I get nervous when I make generalizations about the church but I do feel like it's a little they err on the side of like. Okay let's not fully engage in our Dallas. Let's not have you just didn't feel like something that you could talk freely. It was like. Let's have special meeting with my pastor and I don't know how I'm going to bring this up and I don't know how he's GonNa Respond. It's like because it feels like there's so much at stake it's not there's not this open dialogue where it's like you really can. It's going to be normal to have doubts to engage in that. I just don't feel like that was the environment but I feel like that's the environment that I try to create with my kids. It's like listen. Don't think that you daddy knows everything you know and like you said before it's more about they learn so much more from our actions than they do from what we say that. I think that they know that I don't know everything but at least I'm you know I try to be sorry just as one example. Try to seek forgiveness from them for things like that. So what's my point? I think if I'm going to if we'RE GONNA open up my kids to that level of honest dialogue with wherever they're at. I'm comfortable doing that with our audience and and them being able to make decisions responsible decisions for themselves and not. Just take what we believe. Hook line and sinker for themselves. So I just I cannot put that burden on my back and I'm not GonNa do it okay. I don't disagree with anything that you just said but playing devil's advocate. If I were still a Christian who believed that Christianity holds the ultimate truth to man salvation than I would believe that distorting that truth or misleading people would be a horrible thing to do and true. Everyone needs to make their own decision. But you also have huge platform. And you got impressionable. Kids listening to you. And you're shaking up their situation. What if you're wrong I I don't I don't disagree what you're saying. They need to make their own decision. But you have influence when you speak again the but the my issue with this particular question. I hope that was my influence was that it opened quite get that. You're you're not wrong but I'm saying the reason that even what I just said playing devil's advocate is not compelling to me is the same reason that Pasco's wager is not compelling to me or the same reason that I don't fear Hell and that is because I don't you know the hell that you're saying that I might be sending people to I don't believe in. Hell you believe in Hell and so. I don't think that that's what I'm doing of course if I thought that that's what I was doing or if I thought that there was a reasonable chance that that's what I was doing I wouldn't do it right but I don't believe that so I actually think that by getting people to ask those questions into kind of explore the foundations of their faith. I think that ultimately just as a species questioning that and getting closer to the truth is going to ultimately serve. Everyone's best interest. I'm because I'm not suggesting something that you should replace your faith with. I'm figuring all that out on life but I'm just saying that. Hey you this isn't. This isn't going to take us to the next phase in our human evolution. Then we got to figure out what is and we don't need to try to bring along some. We don't even try to blink. Bring along something. That's actually not going to service our species your biscuits supported by quip. 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And I'm using the term suffered loosely But because my story was very much my intellectual journey and I questioned some foundational things about the Christian faith of course people who know and care about these things have suggested many many many many resources for me to check out and I want to talk about. I WanNa hear book report Let's how do I want to get in this? Because people have suggested websites articles youtube videos books and all by people who are probably definitely many of them but probably most of them are smarter than me definitely. Most of them are more well studied than me. They haven't been making Youtube Videos. Almost exclusively for a decade. They've you know they've been studying these things and so the people are pointing to me pointing me to all these different resources now. I'm not then taking all the resources and staying up every night and just going through all the information and sort of reading everything that everyone is sending to me deeply and I have a few reasons for that The first is is that with a few exceptions. The general arguments that People are kind of pointing me to in the resources whether I've looked at those things specifically before or things very much like them. I kinda just want to and this is a little bit of a defense of my process which I said I didn't want to do but I just feel like I have to say it. You know I didn't come to any conclusions lightly right as I said earlier. I I wasn't trying to get myself out of the faith. Leaving the faith was the scariest possible proposition for me right. There was so much there for me and it was a very slow process over like ten to fifteen five fifteen years And it was based on looking a lot at a lot of these types of resources on both sides. I know I kind of listed out some resources when I did. My story and people had a lot to say about what that indicated. Those weren't that wasn't that wasn't the only thing I looked at that was just a small sampling of some things that I found compelling but I don't remember everything that I looked at but I didn't come to any of those conclusions lightly so it isn't Oh have you been to this website because they've got all the answers that you're looking for it's like I probably have seen those answers and process those answers in the end after a layman's investigation. Over the course of fifteen years came to the conclusion that I just didn't find those things compelling right so that I'm not super like chomping at the bit to get into them but I wanNA talk a little more personally about why. I have a kind of an issue with the enterprise of like apologetic and these kinds of resources. It seems to me that one of the things that people are doing is they're saying. Hey Rhett here's a really smart person. Who knows a whole lot more about this than you do? And they've got a really compelling book about it check it out so there's a tendency as a talked about in my story to find smart person right finest mart person who believes what you believe and use that as justification that it's cool and reasonable to believe what you believe is so you kind of get into this appealing to smart people game and. I don't know how to say this I'm not I'm trying to be as charitable as possible but. I don't think that this is a really fruitful game for a certain kinds of Christians to play because when you get depending on the subject once you get into the hey. Here's a smart person. Who believes what I believe game? You'RE GONNA find pretty quickly that you're GonNa get outnumbered by the smart people on the other side of that issue that you're trying to get people to see take evolution as an example right. The vast majority of biologists the vast majority of people who have given their lives to studying a you know biology believe in communist history. So when you find are really smart scientist who doesn't believe in and be like. Hey it's like well I can find one hundred smart scientists who disagree with him so playing that game kind of defeats itself after. What does that make sense? Yeah Yeah but see done so often and I also did it but I think that there's very few issues that I talked about in my journey whether you're talking about archaeology or whether you're talking about New Testament scholarship where that wouldn't be the case now. Interestingly the closer and closer you get to Jesus you know when you get into New Testament. Scholarship a lot of people who have devoted their lives to the study of the New Testament. There's a lot you have to be a certain kind of person to get to that point in the first place of the proportion of people who disagree about that is a little bit different than say evolutionary biology. Does that make sense definitely But you do have plenty of people who got into it in dug into it very deeply. Who came out on the other side and said Oh I got into this because of my love for an interest in Jesus and then when I started seeing the realities I actually was very troubled and moved away. A lot of people say go go to seminary. There's one of two options either. You'RE GONNA become a deeper believer. You're GonNa you know your faith is going to deepen or you're going to leave it It's not GonNa stay the same when you talk about Christian apologetic in general something. I thought about recently because I have been watching a lot of these podcasts and Going I still I loved. I'm Kinda Gen- genuinely interested in this stuff. So out of my own interest. I I still read these articles and look at these things to some degree But one of the things that struck me about just the Enterprise Christian apologetic is that the whole idea is that you can use basically logic and reason to make a defense of the Christian faith to make it seem reasonable and logical but it feels like you know in. Take take the The issue of the resurrection which is kind of the Lynch pin of the whole thing right. So there's plenty of people who have written books and I've read Some of them about why the basically the best explanation of the events around Jesus. Resurrection is that he actually bodily raised from the dead explains the Tomb and explains the start of the early church. Yada Yada Yada Right. Heard the arguments but I find it interesting that the best defense of the resurrection which is a miraculous unbelievable. Unreasonable illogical event is to use logic and reason to try to make. It seem like it actually happened to me. The resurrection is the ultimate test of fate. It is saying I'm going to believe something. That is unbelievable. Isn't that what makes it a beautiful thing to believe from the standpoint of faith but if it really happened everything around you could have logical historical philosophical cultural convert analysis of it right. But I feel like all the historical logical analysis of it from the standpoint of someone who's trying to argue the resurrection. I think they're very much overstating their case because I don't I think that is like again. I told You I knew somebody who wrote a term paper explaining why the resurrection happened and I feel like they. Definitely some logical leaps in there and there was there justifying something that is okay it could have happened at the best you can get to is. It could have happened if you believe that resurrection as possible. It is possible that Jesus resurrected in you. But what I'm saying is that to me. Feels like you take the magic and the beauty out of something and. I'm just using the resurrection as an example. But what I'm saying. Is That Post Enlightenment. All this very super reductionist thinking that people are applying to the faith to God and his action in the world and people's relationship with him to me. The reductionism takes the faith in the supernatural. We're not talking about reasonable things. We're talking about God. This external personal force moving into the physical world. And doing things that defy logic and reason so when you start trying to put your logic and re put God into the reasonable and logical box you kind of taking away. Some of his attributes in my mind which leads me to I personally. Think the most intellectual DEF- intellectually defensible Christian position is something called Biblical presupposition. Eliza Right which is basically you just start with the presupposition that the Bible is true and that everything flows from that now do I find compelling no dose ascribe to that no but I can understand it and I find that the people who kinda start with this presupposition a-list viewpoint have a lot less trouble getting into this tit for tat logic and reason argument back and forth. Because it's just like I don't have to deal with your arguments because it's I just accepted as true. I just feel like the enterprise of Chris Politics for a lot of people if you go into it with an open mind and an open heart and you kind of say I'm GonNa Follow where the wherever the truth leads. I think one of the reasons that so many people like me when they take on that particular When they go down that path the end up where I'm at is BEC- is exactly what I said is because you're taking and you're applying logic to and if you're going to do that you're going to end up in a logical and reasonable place which I don't believe is a place of faith dumbing says yeah. I don't I'm now going. GonNa add anything to okay. Well I didn't want to spend too much time again. I don't I like talking about this stuff but I don't want I don't want it to be our podcast. So let's talk about some more personal things. Let's get back to as personal as we possibly can I'm in to make this even more personal. I'm going to say this question came from Just say the name of a man named Daniel man named Daniel. Almost a damn characters name Daniel He likes to have fun. What are your takes on miracles? Such healings and unexpected blessings In another question. I don't know if this is. I think I just grabbed it from someone else. Have you ever had a supernatural experience? And if so how would session experience fit into your worldview till okay Have you ever had a lot of people? Ask this question naturally. How do you because a lot of people said God moved in my life in an undeniable supernatural way and therefore regardless of what you're going to say about you know? The foundation of the faith is so real and so personally. I've seen with my own eyes or experience something that is undeniably supernatural in God's movement in my life and therefore I'll never depart from him. How do you relate to that? Oh you were asking me. Restating the question in general. Well I was I was. I didn't really hear your restating the question because I was thinking of if if I've ever experienced something miraculous I I don't. I don't remember ever experienced anything miraculous I think in our particular church was like we weren't taught to we weren't taught to expect miracles. It wasn't a part of the weren't healings associated with like our church services. That wasn't that wasn't the denomination we came here. We prescribe to something. You might call it. dispensational ISM. Which is the idea that miraculous activity by the Holy Spirit is coincides with dispensation right so dispensation like so when. Obviously there's all kinds of miracles in the Bible because agee's is doing them so you've got got in the flesh. They're doing miracles. And then you've got all these early church miracles when the Holy Spirit basically coming on people at Pentecost and then a few years after that. God doesn't doesn't do that anymore as he doesn't need to. That's kind of but that doesn't mean that occasionally God's going to answer a prayer but it'll be one of those things a slight. Did this person get better from cancer? Because the church prayed or was it just. It just happened or was it the medical team. But it wasn't like somebody's GonNa come in and like grow hair of different color or their legs are going to get the longer they're gonNA stand up from being you know disabled from for ten years like that didn't happen in our church but I do understand that it happened many people's but based on that teaching I never really looked for it. I never expected it. I've been thinking like a corollary question. People have asked like what about answered? Prayers? You know If you WANNA put that like in a a near miracle or like in the miracle category I guess like Miracle. Light doesn't look like a well. It sounds like a spread miracle whip but I when I was thinking back my memories fuzzy but I my my prayer life was was not that vibrant. And I don't recall ever asking God for something that I didn't think he could give me. There won't be unreasonable. I didn't WANNA be. I didn't WANNA I didn't WANNA ask for too much. You know when you're taught how to pray it's like adoration you got confession you got Thanksgiving and then if you haven't fallen asleep by that point you got supplication acts and I never got I. I JUST. I had this feeling that like I just never had. I didn't I didn't WanNA call God on the carpet. I don't know like I didn't want to be proven wrong. Maybe that was part of deep. Down subconsciously. AGAIN. I don't want to go back to the guilt thing but like I knew that I didn't really have a great prayer life and I put that on me but I don't. I don't remember ever expecting miracles or really expecting healing. You know I especially like after college in the Church that I was involved in there it was it was it was a different strain of Christianity. And it you know. They started in that church. We believe that like the people who were going to be saved like had been chosen ahead of time which means others were chosen actively for damnation ahead of time. And there's there's biblical passages that are that seawall say a lot. More people believe that. Then you would think But it was very in you know we. We joked and called ourselves the frozen chosen. Because it wasn't. It wasn't a dynamic experiential expectation was pretty heady. That guy was it was pretty heady. God wasn't going to show up and do something crazy. Because he didn't need to He'd already he'd been there and done that either. Believe it or don't you know but don't don't demand it who who are you to demand that God do something so like this is the. This is the environment that I operated in. And I don't really recall experiencing a miracle one of my mom's friends who was like she was. She was one of those what I felt like more the spiritual like in in touch with things that she that are ineffable and she was also a Christian she said. I had this Primin edition. He was kind of like a dream but it was more of a vision. That your son. Who's talking to my mom link was in front of this guy. Huge crowd in a stadium and he was he was like he was billy Graham and he was like preaching the Gospel and I was in high school when she told me this. My mom related and I was like okay. Thanks for that pressure not. I don't know maybe she saw US performing in a venue and she didn't realize that we were just seeing a dumb song. So I was there. You were not there. Okay well it sounds like a Solo. Act to me to be honest with you. That hasn't happened. I mean that that's a vision. That's not a miracle but I have what I would have called my miracles. I'm going to tell my stories. Okay right now and then I'm going to tell you my perspective on them first. Miracle Nineteen Ninety Eight. I'm in New York. City working with Campus Crusade for Christ. Summer in the city is what we call it where me and I don't know thirty. Forty other college students worked with the churches in the inner city to do. Basically you were with a different church every single week and doing whatever outreach and stuff. They were organizing and interestingly one of the things that I was struggling with at the time. This is one of my I sort of. I don't remember exactly where I learned it but when I started learning more about how the New Testament came together Specifically you know the way the cannon was decided in the councils of these church fathers getting together quite some time after the the writing of the Bible to then kind of determine what the books of the Bible would be. Yeah let's not exclusively about that book of Thomas Exclude some of those those books and this was this was troublesome right for someone who had never really thought about this and which just like. Oh the Bible is God's words you kind of just imagine that it was it was somebody just you know like I. I think the the the tradition of the Koran is that God basically filled Mohammed. And he wrote it I I. I'm ignorant about that but I think it has a little bit in like the tradition of the book of Mormon I think is that God filled the Holy Spirit came upon Joseph Smith and got him to write it like that kind of feels like a good thing to kind of fall back on like it feels a little tighter you know from a scripture standpoint versus like some people wrote some books. We don't know exactly what their intentions were. And then you get to the miracle man downing right so I started thinking about this and had some doubts about it and I specifically was arguing with the Muslim student on some college campus in New York. I can't remember which one it was now arguing. But we have on the friendly discussion where I was. He started to attack the New Testament in this way. Basically saying I was just talking to you from a Muslim perspective. This ain't now. The Koran is more superior because of this and I didn't have any answers for them because I hadn't really looked into it so of course I'm in new. York is nineteen ninety eight. Don't really have access to the Internet because we didn't have cell phones and there was no computer anybody had so I didn't really have any way to research or anything so this is just kind of eight at me as I continue to do ministry throughout the summer and then one day we went Square dancing because of course square dancing was what every college students student who knew which way was up was doing in the late nineties especially in Christian groups. Boy We square dance like rabbits just mixed metaphor there because we couldn't have sex. We were square dancing. That that's kind of what I was getting out with a rabid thing you couldn't grind so you square right and so we went to the Lincoln Center or something. I can't remember where to square dance. And then we had to come back and of course. We're using the subway system and there's no cell phone or anything so you're using your map at you've got and we realized that the subway station that we need to get on the subway. We need to get on to get to a story which is where we were living heck closed because it was so late but there was a stop across central park that we could get on but it was only going to be open for like ten more minutes so we all start running across central park. Not The long way too short way. It's not that hard to do. We've got just a little bit of time to get to the subway station. We get there we go down. We we moved through the turnstile. And then we get onto the subway and I go to my seat and right at the seat that I'm about to sit down at as a sheet of paper pick of the sheet of paper and it's just like a portion of paper like a term paper just typed intended out not a professional publication and it basically begins to explain why the New Testament is necessary. How you couldn't just stop with the book of Malachi but that they all testament was calling for the fulfilment in the New Testament and I took that paper and I said Thank you God for proving yourself to me. I'm not gonNA doubt about this anymore and put it in my journal. You stole somebody's paper. Big Time Miracle Right. What is my perspective on that now? I told you the story the way that I've told many times the way I told it to groups of people when I was a Christian. I'm going to tell you the rest of the story as Paul Harvey would say because the way I told the story Paul Harvey wrote and most of the new test your puzzle Paul Harvey the way that I would tell that story you. What did you leave out is I told it in a kind of a sensational right kind of set you up with what I was doubting and then I went to this particular seat that was in the particular place that I went to? And there's a sheet of paper and addressed this thing directly the reality of the way that it happens ear biscuits. We made a better story that way but the reality of the way that it's also the way that I told myself by the way when I would go back to that miracle time after time but the way that it actually happened everything leading up to getting on the subways true and I was doubting this stuff but we got on the subway. There was flyers like all over the all over on multiple seats like it wasn't just the seat that I was going to. It was everywhere. Okay I got to read it. It was someone who is mentally unstable had written a bunch of sort of religiously informed gibberish. Oh like a manifest in in this and it wasn't just a sheet of paper it was. It was a few sheets of paper and as I read it. Nothing really made sense and it was like this person seems a little bit off But Oh but there is a line in here that says something about in just like the book of Malachi is calling out for the book of Matthew Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. So I found a senates I was dealing with something in my heart and it was sort of tearing me apart in a Lotta ways and then I found something that was was quite a coincidence was quite serendipitous was quite unusual and I was able to make that connection so and it really put my doubts at ease at the time. Now looking back on that. Do I think that that was orchestrated by God? Well if I did I probably wouldn't be where I am right now no. I don't. I think it was a coincidence. That then incorporated into my framework. In bolster my belief with it my second story much easier than that. It was Actually that same was the same summer. I was a camp counselor at a camp in the Tri State area. And Your New York. Yeah and had much intercity kids who were coming out to the wilderness to be in this camp in these kids come from broken homes and They were just wild in very difficult to contain and control okay and I was in charge of them and one night they were just going. Absolutely ballistic in this cattle are. They went ages thirteen okay. probably like seven or eight of them. They're going absolutely nuts in being completely disrespectful but also like almost fighting each other and I'm like sitting there. I don't know what to do so I go outside and they're like super loud and like fighting. I go outside in a place my hand on the cabin in pray for peace and then immediately get quiet. Well did you feel power? Leave your hand no now. That's the way I used to tell the story and I'm going to tell you the real version of the story. Paul Harvey the rest of the story. Is I never heard that by the way are the other one? I went out suddenly told me the first part which tells me like the fact that you would even just by the way that subway story you only told me the first version. You didn't even tell me like hey man but there were a lot of pamphlets and I think that it was like some weird. You never ever told. Hey I haven't come to grips with it until more recently so it was it became. Okay go ahead but the rest of this story is that I place my hand on the cabin and I prayed and then a couple of minutes later they got quiet. It wasn't like immediate. If it had been could have been a coincidence but it was you know. Did you tell that one publicly you did? Yeah because I didn't feel like I was being dishonest is just when I'm really really honest about what happened. I'm like okay. Well you can change details details a little bit and make it a little bit more sensational so okay. Now I'm not speaking for everybody. This is me. I have no doubt that people listening right now. There's somebody out there. He was like well. I got dude specific miracles that cannot be explained in the other way. Here's the here's what I can say for myself which is essentially what linked said. I've never experienced anything. Unambiguously supernatural in my life. Everything that I've experienced. I can find it difficult for me to find a reasonable explanation for but a lot of that has to do with the fact that the tradition. I came from which we didn't do miracles and had the couple of stories when I was doing some stuff. We campus crusade that. I can now see like Well I mean it could also be a coincidence so it's not definitively is not unambiguously supernatural but the second part of the question is what would you do if you experience the miracle an unambiguous miracle now in the year? Twenty twenty thinking the way that you think for me. If you go back about five years years what I was kind of making the decision to be like. I'm kind of getting out of this. Not GonNa take this anymore. An unambiguous miracle at that time would immediately brought me right back to traditional Christian. Faith the faith of my my my teenage years. Whatever but I gotta be honest with you if I experienced something unambiguously supernatural now I would be like. Oh supernatural. Things happen they. Oh that is a that is a feature of the universe's supernatural things can happen because I'm not ruling that out but it doesn't logically follow for me personally given the the conclusions. I've come to up to this point to then all of a sudden undo all those conclusions just because something supernatural can happen to meet the only conclusion that I would come to is supernatural. Things can happen is that makes sense. Yeah well for me if some if I would have experienced a miracle while in the faith then I would have picked it apart. Because that's what I was always taught to do because of what already said I find it interesting. That both of those stories that you told happened that summer when you were in. New York you were serving in churches that were much more what we call charismatic care. I witnessed exorcisms you. Okay didn't talk about well. Those are miracles. What do you mean you witness to? Actresses didn't believe that they were actually exercise. Because what we were talking even at the time. I was like this. But you were in okay so you didn't believe those exorcisms but but I wanna hear those stories nothing special. No voice changes no limitation. It was like run of the mill. Somebody just yelling really loudly and everyone's saying they were possessed so we're not talking. They calm down. Did something leave their body? They calm down. They calm down. I I'll say they come down. That would be my best explanation. It was underwhelming to you. Yes but you weren't a more open place in you. Were open to looking in claiming your own miraculous experience. Because I I asked for the gift of tongues. I summer as well in that environment like you would never have asked for to speak in tongues because we were taught that like again that was prior disposition and it was basically just learning other languages but right but I but I did I did ask for the gift of tongues did not receive it and yeah I I've always just again. It's a combination of what we were taught. And just how my brain works? I've always been. I didn't feel like I needed that. To have my faith system was intact without that so I actually I. I didn't need it. I didn't need to believe those actually feel like now. I hope that I'm more open to miracles now. I then I because I never have been I. I just want you know I want again. This is what I want. And how much does that matter when it comes to? What's true none but it it may be? It does because if you don't want something okay all right now if you if you're not open to it preach it brother. Maybe you can never see the truth of it so I want to be open. I don't want to shut off to to God's activity my life. I WANT TO CULTIVATE SPIRITUALITY. I get again. That's what that's what I've already said but I just to use this the miracles as an example. I'm I'm instinctively skeptical but I want to be more open yet. I'm on the I'm with you on that. I sound good. I like that. Yeah because why not? I don't want to. I don't want to miss out on that unless it involves hell and then I'm like I I don't know I don't think I'd do. I'm not signing up for this kitten caboodle. Okay I think I follow one of the things I will say. Is that as a Christian and especially as a Christian in a particular denomination which it was nondenominational but it was essentially like reformed baptist or something like that but We were really good at discounting all kinds of miracles from other traditions including the Catholic tradition. Right the Catholic tradition is kind of known for ongoing miracles. And they have like a whole group of people who like verify. Miracles happen at certain locations. And they're Kinda more into that in our perspective on. That was all bullshit. I mean to be quite honest is it was just bullshit. It was like it was wishful thinking. But it wasn't actually happening and it was really like it was so so easy to not to not consider Catholic miracles as a protestant. It was so easy it like turning over in bed. Oh easy didn't even cross my mind. It was so easy so I just find an interesting that I never. I've never believed in ghosts. I never really believed in demons. We have friends now. That like talk about seeing ghosts. And I'm like I WANNA I wanNA I wanNA finish my point. Because I don't want to people to think that I'm talking crap about Catholics in particular. I what I'm doing is I'm just saying that you're talking about Catholics. No I'm saying that. The perspective that I was under at the time was that that wasn't legitimate in so and I didn't care about whether or not they were offended right. So what I'm saying now is that I believe that the miracles that people might again. I don't know my guess. Is that the miracles that people experience today in the context of church or any religion are probably not actually miracles. That that's that's my. I could be wrong. It certainly doesn't help when you've got you know the easiest targets of televangelists rigging miracles every sort of style. Every time we approved every time again down on on these guys. Who are everybody healing? Oh He's got an earpiece the apologetic he's got an earpiece but finish your point. Ghosts may exist man. I never believed in goes deem as you have close friends who like talk about specific and ongoing encounters. You know and it's like well you know my former self just be almost would would talk shit behind your back you and I would right. I don't do that anymore. Well I like the idea of ghosts because it makes horror movies a lot scarier and I like being scared and the moment that you begin just explaining it all away and saying that this is just can't happen then all of a sudden Annabel's room is not that scary. You know what I'm saying. Yeah I just yet I. I'm not to that point so there could be something there. I'm I'm again. I'm just trying to give my perspective. Can I speaking of your perspective I do want to get your perspective on the On leaving me on the side of the road because some people it's like they only they were gay. Got Upset with you. Maybe I told the story raw to me. Well I'll let you speak. But it was like they were angry with you but I guess it was. Maybe at that point in the story. Yeah you came back I find it. Yeah I found it really interesting. That people were upset with me Once you hear the whole story that's that's an interesting take. I think it's just a misunderstanding because at the time. Because you're telling your story and I didn't want it wasn't about my perspective so it was a few logistical questions that we did get like we're on Philo DEFRANCO's podcast which should be out by now. we talk about a lot of this stuff by the way. He asked us about a lot of questions about how we're processing the lost years So if you want to listen to his podcast we got into it over there and got into some stuff that we haven't talked about here and we probably won't. Yeah I got. I got a little carried away a few times in a way that I try to control myself a little bit more on us. Yeah you felt like it wasn't your show so you can right. Yeah he he. He asked his clarifying point. That like. Yeah you you. You didn't drive all the way home. You drove over the hill. You drove over the horizon and apparently parked somewhere. Where then you could walk in dramatically. Come over the horizon which you definitely did. Yeah well just to give you my perspective on this so I was. I was upset with you for drinking right because we're in the band. Not Because I was an aso but because we basically made like a commitment to each other end to God that we're not GonNa do that. We're not going to be kids who who party. That's not what we do. We Jesus is our party. We were in the wax paper dogs and we as a band had made a commitment. Every time we got together to rehearse which was at least once a week it was like such an important we we would sit down in a circle and we would pray with each other and we would share struggles. We were going through. We would encourage each other and hold each other accountable to not holding up the commitments. That we had made an asked are Philip Ban members to hold us too so it was something that I had put out there. Hey I wanna be a positive example. We want to invite our friends to these concerts. We're GONNA we're going to give people an opportunity to like become a Christian and I don't want to below that by being cracks in my armor basically I we invited. We had to be different and we had to have tangible difference in our life in one of those easy tangible differences was we don't get drunk we don't get drunk mom get drunk on the Holy Spirit and so what was it vodka. I don't know what Ebonite some sort of liquor I did not know. We don't get drunk on some sort of liquor. Do Not know we get we get your coffee because of that witness. We called it once. I said that I wanted to get drunk. They put on Merle haggard misery and GIN. Yeah they they got you got Merle get you. But that's a good song because you did that. I knew that's what I was at night. I let's say it was Jin okay. You had basically compromised your witness and secure compromise. The band's witness and you know as your friend who knew that you didn't want to do that ultimately and you felt bad about it. I was like well. What am I going to do? I'm going to and again as we explain fills podcast we were. We were so dramatic. Sensational like everything was like. We was like we were ritual listening to make everything that we were doing. Cinematic in like dislike the ceremonial aspect. The Big Rock in the little rock that we had in the conversations we have. The blood oath was ceremony. I we grew up in a church where I mean it was it was new form. Baptist ceremony like it was like Church. Camp take ceremony stuff but it was it was meaningful and. I think that was part of that but I think this is. I think this is also me just the way me and you have always been. Yeah and the way we've conducted our free range. You name places like if you find a tree you got the we'll call it the tree with a capital t. You know you you gotta make the fabric of life. The even more exciting than it already is not cotton right mylar. We wore mylar so what I was thinking was okay. He shouldn't have done this. And I need to communicate to. Things need to communicate judgment and forgiveness judgment and mercy in so As like to me the perfect. Kinda just pulling this out of my ass as I was doing it but I was like all right. I'M GONNA kick him out the car in drive over the hill. Because at that point he'll be like damn a friend just kicked me out of the car or drinking. I feel I feel I feel the weight of my sin exactly and then I was like but I'm not an asshole. What a park. The car in walked back to him in this like moment of cinema and peak over the horizon. And come in join you and not say a word and by coming back over the horizon in meeting you basically saying hey man you screwed up but I love you. I forgive you Alice Walker together. Let's get back to the destination. Let's not do that again. That's what I was thinking. I you know I don't even though I don't feel exactly the way that I felt that time. I don't think the same way that I think at that time. Like I regret many things in life. I don't regret any of that. I don't regret that right. Yeah and You know I don't regret getting mad at you for getting drunk when you were sixteen years old. I don't think that sixteen year old should get drunk now from a moralistic standpoint. But it's just like hey it's probably not a great idea. Yeah there's consequences to your actions and it doesn't have to be that the consequences that God is then Matt you don't have to go there to no no no no immediate tangible consequences to that kind of behavior you don't have to be a genius to extrapolate and figure out what those things are the risk of swallowing a penny being one of those you could choke on a penny and die. Yes so you know what next time next time you do something stupid. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa leave you on the side of the road Do I'll do it tomorrow. You did plenty of stupid stuff but I never got that dramatic with you man. I didn't I didn't do that. Particular thing the date I drink. I had curls for you. It was well girl the size of the wine that we made for ourselves when we were like fifteen which we couldn't have gotten drunk off that that was a question we couldn't have gotten drunk off that but we thought we could and we were. It was just so exciting. We had and that was far perfect justifiable because Jesus made water into wine. That's not how we justified it. We were just like to think it was grape juice. Which still makes me laugh to this day but it was a girls for you man. I like the ladies we we had to. We had to have a lot of conversations at a certain point. I think you just stop telling me what you were up to. I mean you've got to figure it you've got to figure out you would tell me and I would. Then the wheels start turning and I'd be like I think if I'm not upset with him and that might mean I can do it too with my girlfriend not sex. I mean we weren't even using that term loosely. I didn't do it just little petting I. Don't recall the heavy padding. I mean I didn't I didn't do it but if it was I've never heard. The term heavy petting outside of like a purity culture is weird. Like heavy petting zoos. Like it's just a weird fray. No Heavy petting. Zayn ad petting zoo. Careful I was not tinted. I did not need to sign. Oh Man I needed that laugh. No heavy petting. I'm sure that's that's on a poster somewhere. Okay I mean. Do you get through everything you want. There's there's there's one more there's one more question that I feel like. We should answer even though I think we've probably sort of hinted at this. He's a lot of people have asked the question A guy named cody. Ask this question because I did write it down. Just about the part of your story. I guess the question is just about a part of the story where you make it a point several times to talk about how real your relationship was with Jesus just to later claim he isn't real. How could it be? Both a lot of people have asked this question. Like I don't understand. He said that it was real. It seemed like he was as real as if you physically manifested himself to you again. This is not going to be satisfactory to anyone who believes that they are actually in relationship with God. Our relationship with Jesus You're going to conclude that we just never had a real relationship with Jesus if this is the way that we would characterize it and that that's you're right. I can't really. I honestly can't argue with it but I believe that we were a part of a community that was committed to a certain way of seeing the world and we had lots of people in our lives who were reinforcing that viewpoint and that was kind of every single thing it was we bought into a philosophy right and part of that religion part of that way of thinking. Was that you basically you're in relationship with God like you've got to holly basically you've got a relationship with Jesus but is really the Holy Spirit filling you and motivating you and keeping you from doing things and there were times when I would specifically be singing. Praise and worship music which was a big part of the groups that we were in and I would just feel completely overwhelmed. I wasn't we didn't do the whole like getting slain in the spirit never got knocked down by anybody but had deeply emotional reactions during like you know different conferences in places where you were just like on fire for God and just and I actually had physical things happen to me like I feel like a tingling kind of come down from the top of my head and getting my ears and like there's there's a physical manifestation of what I thought at the time was the spirit filling me. Interestingly I can listen to praise and worship music to this day and kind of get myself back into that place I can listen to easy lover by Phil Collins and that other guy and that place but so. I think a lot of the things that I was I mean. Just the tingling I was interpreting as evidences of the Holy Spirit We're just evidences of the way humans work you know and they were deeply emotional and in thirty th there was. I mean I know this is true of Youtube but like I was journaling my prayers because I had a hard time actually focusing on praying but there was a lot of praying it was it was kind of a one sided conversation but when you start to but I since responses. Oh yeah like you you read you know they touch you to. We were taught to read the Bible on studied the Bible. In a way that like the Holy Spirit would bring things out of it like you would gain insight and relating it to who you were and you would. We would seek guidance on every single major decision and it's certain stints of my life every single miner decision and really get a sense that you were that we. I was guided to make decisions by God. I mean we. Even we went through workbooks called experiencing God how to determine. God's will for your life all of the you know it's like we were trained. The the the practices in order to connect with God and to be guided by guide in for me making decisions was a huge thing like my journal was filled with everything that talked about. And then the second thing that was filled with was me trying to assess if if if I could marry Christie if she was the one for me I obsessed about this and I felt like on one hand. I became convinced like okay. God is blessing this decision. This is a wise decision. This is the right decision on the other hand. I feel like I'm I missed out on a lot of experience in like falling in love with my wife because I wanted it to be such a I wanted it to be so God grant me permission and give me a sign or give me the specifics and I felt like I got that. Those are all aspects of my active relationship with God. You're the one who made the statement. I didn't make the statement but it's true of me too. I believe I did have a real back and forth. Conversation or relationship with God I just thought that I wasn't good at it and that all the stuff I was trained to do. I just wasn't motivated enough and I just wasn't. It was my shortcomings Gods that that made me feel distant. Yeah well you know. When you're on campus crusade you have You're encouraged to do something called a day with the Lord every month right and this is essentially a day long devotional. You might have what we call the your quiet time your devotion time every single morning where you get up and you pray and you read the Bible which was okay yet. There were having some good runs in there right super pretty much a struggle for most Christians but I always loved the day with the Lord. Yeah Oh yeah I I loved it and What I would do is I would take my Bible in my journal and I would go to some spot in nature and I would just sit there and just pray and basically the funny thing is. I still do this pretty regularly. I just call it a day with the Lord. I just go out into a spot in nature. I don't have the Bible. I've got my journal. I might have a book or something that I'm reading at the time but it just I just sort through things right in assist like now I talk out loud to myself Whereas I used to talk out loud to God but tangibly practically the experience no different. I'm not trying to I love. It may sound like sad or crass or whatever but I'm just saying that trying to be dismissive I'm just saying when I think back on what I was interpreting as a two way relationship with the Lord was again I don't know the nature of the universe and maybe that I was tapping into some sort of spiritual plane that exists that I don't fully grasp and understand and I'm still open to that I hope so. Yeah but I tend to think that what was happening especially especially during those times is I was just getting away. I was extracting myself from my my day to day. Life and all the distractions there and I was just getting some time to be still be still be in a meditative state and kind of things come to the surface and you're going to work through things it's like if you go to go to the gravesite of someone that you love and you talk to them in some people carry on that kind of relationship for a very very long time. That person never speaks back to them but there are tangible experiences in there so they can they remember what they look like and they remember that you know in the same way that your memories of a loved one are sort of the the raw material by which you have an ongoing conversation with them after they die. I kind of feel like the Bible in Church. Tradition which are being taught is the raw material for carrying on a relationship with Jesus. That might just be a conversation with yourself. That's my best. Guess as what's happening there as I always like to say I could be wrong. You probably are right. I'm sure I am in some way. Yeah Haggar biscuits at this point. Are we gonNA talk about this anymore? Directly I don't know I don't I predict not but again as we said before I think that these things will percolate through in as we continue to reminisce on air every single year biscuit or every couple. I mean we're always pulling from our past and now we're able to talk about it in a way that we haven't been able to certain aspect. I I gotta say it's so we'll come up. It's it's been really really liberating Personally I I think about just being able to talk about it on fills podcast and you know there was a lot of shame and also just fear around just being honest about our our our pasts and you know be able to just be like this is. This is who we were. This is who we are. I don't know it's just. It's a healthier way to live. You know a lot of a lot of peace and we can move forward. That's so important I feel like in and I'm glad that in this venue you can come along for the ride. That's what's going to happen. I do have rack. I have a wreck and Wanted to do this last week but it was your wreck so it's a little bit late but I just wanted to shout out Dear Hank and John which is Hank in John Green's podcast good friends of ours and John shouted us out. I'm not just doing this to return the favor of and that's part of this but John Has Been. Listening to the PODCAST. I'm not saying hang hasn't but John Specifically said that he had been listening to the our stories and our deconstruction And you know just the way he described it on. Their podcast was just meant a lot to to us. And they're also there to super thoughtful guys who you know basically as close to us as you can be in terms of well two guys that have known each other for most of their lives probably there all their lives Who Do business like this and are just trying to be husbands and fathers and live life and figure it out and they're just incredibly smart thoughtful funding guys who have a very smart thoughtful. Funny podcast but it. But they've got this thing where you can only listen to it after you've listened to your biscuits. That's how their podcasts works. So don't even try listen to it before you've listened to into your fully caught up with us but then go on over there and they'll walk all right. We'll speak at you next week lobby.

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Creator of the month - Kevin Mason

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Creator of the month - Kevin Mason

"It's truly tough to categorize my podcast mason minute because it's not typical most podcast fifteen minutes thirty minutes forty, five minutes sixty, whatever it is. Mine's literally a minute long each and every day it's more of a commentary I guess than a podcast but everybody considers it a podcast and I've been doing it now almost ten years literally day in day out three, hundred, sixty, five days a year now for nine and a half years, it'll be ten years in March, and it's one of the I actually have. A radio background I started in radio as a small child. I'm a second generation radio broadcaster Mary to a second generation radio broadcaster. So audio is in my blood I retired from business really I left the business and moved into the entertainment business moved into music moved into marketing social media about now almost fifteen years ago. So I was looking for a way to keep my feet wet. I DIDN'T WANNA get back into radio, but I truly missed being in front of a microphone so I was talking with the. Buddy and he asked me why wasn't doing something audio based on the Internet I, create social media content for a living I work with others to help them create social media content. He said GonNa make sense that you do something like a podcast to brand yourself to help build your business and help show people what they can do with content. That's other Mason minutes started and it was just one of those things the word Mason minute came out of my mind I love deliberation so I decided to do something. Different. I was always fascinated by radio broadcast TV. Broadcaster Paul Harvey by sixty minutes commentator Andy Rooney and what they did what they're able to talk about in a sixty second or two minute little burst was always fascinating to me. It's kind of like much what I did on radio to where you're always preparing for your show. So each and every day can be different. I can talk about the real housewives television shows or I can talk about Kobe nineteen or I can talk about what's going on with the. Fall weather or Pumpkin Spice Latte or whatever it is. It's truly just a slice of my life or life in the world we're living in today and it varies each and every day, and because you're tied to only sixty seconds a day you've got to be concise and you've got to be on top of things. The interesting point I don't ever write anything down other than creating a title or a topic to talk about something read on the Internet I. Just riff for Sixty seconds I love the theater. Of the Mind I love being able to tell a story I love being able to will make people think or laugh or cry or whatever it is, and that's with amazement at tries to do and I do mean tries to do teach every day I know it's not like anything else. It's kind of just a little slice of me a baby boomer living in the millennial world I think marketing podcast or any product for that matter is the greatest challenge any was face today. With podcasting, number one is about " How are you going to get it out to the people?". Getting on his many aggregates as you can whether it's on apple whether it's on stitcher whether it's on the new Amazon platform the new Google Platform whatever it is, you gotta make sure number one your podcast is visible and found all those sites you gotta keep it up to date and make sure to go through all of your content to make sure it's formatted properly to make sure it looks good and that's more important because people are gonna look at that little thumbnail on apple or Spotify or Amazon, or Google or wherever it is, and they're gonna look at that picture. So the important part is getting that thumbnail right, having your written work done as well whether it's the short description of the show, the description of the podcast as a whole that's also very important. But more importantly, you really gotTa Work Social Media. I do social media for a living. So it's one of those things I helped brand myself as a social media and hate to use the word " expert", but a social media expert. So I. Think it's important that you have to be active on social media, not only with your podcast, but in addition to what you do. Because really a podcast is branding you as a host sank the biggest challenge with anybody his going out there and finding the time to do it. And that's the toughest thing I have with my clients in the social media world and the music business world, and the entertainment world is everybody finding the time to do the marketing if you do your work ahead of. Time in addition to all the work, you've got to do to put your podcast together. The marketing has got to be I don't want to say just as important, but it's got to be important as well. So whether you're using great tools to get it out there on all of the social media sites on all the aggregate you have to let people know what's out there. The one thing I learned in radio is everybody gravitates toward something differently. One promotional message won't reach everybody. So if you hit them with the same content sold in three or four different ways it can help you. It's much like the theory that Geico has when they use their commercials, you've got some flow commercials. You've got some celebrity commercials. You've got your camel commercials. You've got the guy who guesses aspire agent whose mother calls him about the squirrels they've got a bunch of different ways to get their message out by their insurance. Will you've got almost do the same thing when you're promoting your podcast, you gotta find different ways unique ways to promote it each and every day multiple times a day without wearing your audience out to be able to get out there number want them to listen and number two more importantly get them to help share your content - so more and more people will listen I'm really excited to utilize burst Audio to help promote my podcast even further. It was something I was introduced to through my podcast hosting, which is through <b>blubrry </b> when they decided to allow us to start <span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" using class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.05">A</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.62">udio</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.98">burst</span> to promote podcast instead of the in house tools they had . Now, it gives me the ability to do the bursts whether it's just an audio burst or whether it's a video burst and I actually utilize my video burst every day. I basically, take my daily podcast in my case and create a video burst out of it, throw it up on Youtube and I'm getting more and more hits because some people want to utilize the content there to me it's just the static video bursts that get the most use out of our utilize it every night on twitter after already posted telling people to go to my podcast each and every day I haven't really done much yet with transcriptions. But I think as the AI improves, I want to utilize the transcriptions each and every day. I think the greatest challenge each and every one of us has is to find new and unique and different ways to promote our content. Of course, I'm different because I literally have new podcast every day. So I'm not promoting one podcast for a week or two weeks or a month. I'm literally promoting something new both good and bad. But what I love about audio burst is it gives me a variety of tools and able to go in every day take my podcast off the feed and create a different little promotional burst. If you will. The Sky is the limit right now and I'm just getting started having only been there for about a month I can't wait to see where audio burst grows and more importantly the tools they're offering us to create better content and help promote our podcast even. Better, plus it also helps us build a community amongst podcasters were all hosted on different sites in different places and all across the world and being able to get together and share our content with each other people who understand how difficult it is to create content every day you gotta sound good it's gotta look good and it's all going to be working to build an audience and there's some great podcasters out there I think that's our goal for each and every one of us has to be a great podcast.

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CREATIVITY EVERY DAY

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CREATIVITY EVERY DAY

"Hello welcome it's time to join DOROTHY WILHELM. Who had his very minute is swimming upstream. Because it isn't crowded there. This new show is for people who want to break away from the ordinary and live as if it mattered. Let's get going. Dorothy gets crappy if you keep waiting alot this is dorothy will help keep say it is and it is. It makes me so happy anyway and this is swimming upstream again. That's because you meet interesting people upstream at. It's not crowded today. We have the second in our series on creativity with creativity. Green light experts. Nurlan Shuman if you missed last week's episode on creativity in business you can hear it on the Just go to. It's never too late DOT COM. And you'll find it or go. Green Light Way. Dot Com and see all about Maryland for today. We have come to liven up here humdrum life. I think that would be fair to say he wouldn't you Maryland by the way always? I'm sure there are no. I'm drummers on this because they've been listening to your show but we try that well I think the thing is that that although well in addition to the fact that you work with really big businesses like I in five hundred fortune in fortune fifty three and a half and all that and also no fortune. Start Your money back. Well yes but you don't always realize that at home. We are in everyday life home. We have the opportunity to be really creative and maybe really changed the world. Because that's where it really happens. Now I do a lot of On everyday creativity. So I'm going to get in on this a little after all. It's my show but you start Merrill. Just see I guess you. Let's start with a really simple definition of creativity and you gave me one the other day that get you up to three dollars and fifty cents. If you can remember many definitions. I'm not certain but this is real everyday easy with. The kids is to everywhere. Green light creativity is about making good things happen. And it's about looking at what isn't working and finding ways to make it work. It's new it's improvement. It's making life more the way you want it to be. What you said was doing something old in a new way. Yeah I would fully agree. See Simpler now. Don't you think right away? This is another another thing is 'cause we're where we get together and we've been together for awhile and just very the the temperature of the room. Bryce yes it does serve as the energy. It's the thing to remember at home you know. Don't expect to walk in and and everybody doesn't. The kid gets home from school. Saw stood maybe. It's not had the best day of the world even maybe has had but they don't want to talk right now and what's the first thing you say what happened today. We'll tell me something. Must be in your in your. What could we do right to start the same as what the husband comes home you know? I used to stand at the top of the stairs and yell at my husband committed and it wasn't until years after passed away when I was out making deliberate it I came in the door and the kids stood at the top of the stairs in yelled at me that I realized that wasn't pleasant but probably wasn't living life to come in the door and some very much with you on that one so we know to start with you not looking for a for a big deal when you're being created every day at business or at home but way to do something in a new way dots. What you've done before but in in a new way that is an improvement improvement that we are about making good things and part of the reason we are about making good things happen is because that's what makes us feel good. That's who we are by our nature and when we when we get into our default which is our brain that is all critical and focuses on. What's wrong or what we don't like we are disserving ourselves and the people around us and so my dad used to very often ask us. What did you do for your country today and I thought Oh. That's a really good question because it causes the of all I think about it. Better be something. Lloyd was also a bigger picture than just my own life or my family's life also mother would ask like what were you proud of for today or what. Did you do better today than you did yesterday and I was just that's wonderful because that was exactly but I'm just going to say I I with my kids not exactly what with with my kids when I realized what it was doing to say. What happened today that I started saying the best thing that happens but did you get and they they like that and even if nothing desk and actually they would try to think out of the ashes one so that's a good one All your I find a new way to. I'm going to be going under in any at any moment. So be ready. What is a new way to help them appreciate failure now these little kids because you yes you large family. You have six children and I. I grew up with three brothers. I learned a lot. I do I seven children my own body as look how cute I came. That is quite a miracle several anyway would so anyway what would you what would you do I got? I got such a great story. You'RE GONNA be so proud with this. You had one of the one of the best things that we can do to encourage anyone's creativity is to look for what's good look for what we can acknowledge and by virtue of helping people see. Oh somebody saw value in that. Then maybe they can see more value in it therefore they can transfer that to. Oh I might have more value. May I get a great example of what you said you could have been there puree over our shoulders and start I have I have permissions Zeller story when my daughter Gina? Oh she wanted to be a cheerleader worse than anything in the whole world. An pithily in the back of my mind I think really. There is nothing worse than let Anyway. She wanted and every urge On the drill team and every year in junior high adverse couple of years in high school. First Year Nice Go. She tried out for the drill team and she never made it but she is at trier she would keep going but now this is the last week. She's a junior now. This is the last chance she's got she's going to try out to be a beyond the drill team it in our heart. We both know she's not GonNa make it so I said what let's try something here. Let's imagine I said you know if you go and read that list because all they do is list you know and I said we read that list and your name's on it you'll know what to do. There won't be any problem but let's imagine you read that list and your name might not be on it. What will you do and she said so? An alternate as you say a long thick of an automated solution. She said well. I guess I could get a coke and drink it you see. I mean that was because she allowed quarter. I gave her when she went to school with the quarter when I drove up to pick her up she sitting on the steps with her cat and now as Paul Harvey would have said bless his heart but he never never got the chance the rest of the story so Gina at that point see now is open. You know that works. You've got this. You've made yourself a little space. You're not just thinking. Oh God terrible I am. You're all excited and I said. Well what could we do? What could you do? It's it's really good. Mothers really want to leave real bad. But it's better if they know they are going to accomplish. This thing ends what she did. She thought about it and thought about it Maryland. You're going to practically cry. I'm counting on it she. She created a drill team for children. Who could not be cut from Milan? They marched now. This is is how this is good. They marched in the fourth of July parade. Install come with hose and it was a kind of a little I forget what they called Hoes and rakes in all kinds of things like that Nan. Because she had this team she was able to go to the National Championship at the Rose Bowl and then she was on the lead to the rose bowl with her band in College at the University of Oregon and all of that was because we didn't say yet your alright. Dorothy beautiful is not only beautiful. But I want to be able to read it as an article of my books. Okay but I'd still like to have it on a separate. Where because all kinds of places we will talk more about that but the key thing is that is a classic example of overcoming what some would call failure and I would call an experiment because failure is only something you did learn from. So what did you learn from? That experiment will tried to teach the kids. That really isn't any such thing as failure. Every time every time you think you failed actually gathered a whole load of information that no one else has yes and you have a new skill set as well. Well you know. What am I one of my children that got to be a little? I don't know that I have to always be sure. They let you talk about them but he is certainly a dyslexic civil. He's a he is anyway so severely that we were told that he probably could go to college. A nice despise limiting people. I you know we never do that. She don't have the right to tell somebody what they can't exactly right. He's going to be wrong precisely so what we did. I sat down together. And he's very smart. They were going to put him in a special education class and it happens that he had a cold. He was gold and the teachers adorable that they couldn't possibly put him out in the rain so they let him come to. The lounge is six of this time and he spent the whole morning lecturing them on dinosaurs. Scientific and his teacher called me and she said well. I don't know what's wrong with it. But he's not dumb and so this was. There was not nearly as much known about dyslexia but and I. I sat down and said well. Here's the deal. You're not wired like other people. I said you know you know Daddy's despite Electronics and the stamp CH- programs with with for the current goes on. I said you're wired differently. We have to find out your wide county attorney today fix. That's the end. He specializes in contracts. You imagine imagine why would you want to but but the point is that that's something you would have said you know of course of course so. I think if you can look at it instead of saying this. This isn't right. We talked last week about the fact that sometimes it's important to say well. What's the results you're going for? Never mind yes result. Yes yes yes yes and I went to ask something that is from the standpoint of failure. The word try. This is really a nasty word if it is in my language. It's it's disguised as Greenword when Israeli read word it is a stopper. I that I'll surprise because because I always I'll when they're putting a book out or something he'll say. I'm going to try to write a book book. You know I mean you really see. That's the mothers talk which you know what I wanted to add want to. I want to get a Yoda about that. Big because you remember in star wars he says do or do not. There is no exactly exactly and so. It's good to try on an outfit in in a department store is good to try new flavor of ice cream but otherwise try because we think it's good and it's not it is the antithesis of that and you want to mention along without bucket list. You wanted to say something about bucket. Lists 'cause we assure our language is so crucial. Yes it creates our world and so people talk about well. This is on my bucket list and of course comes from the movie. Excellent excellent movie but the phrase bucket list. Every time you say that. What do you think about dying? Why do we WANNA do that? So there's no bucket list in my world instead it is get to do list Or it is fun stuff on his way or before. I leave list and if it's before I leave list. That could be in the media. Do it can be before I leave my vacation or whatever. It's just a much more enticing term and it brings us into the language in the thoughts of what do we want. That has nothing to do with death. But you can tell you I'm Gonna I'm GonNa tell you something as as a creativity person delegates so bad I have come to the place at e six. The door does swing. Only one way I use that I would be a fool to imagine that this is not the next step but I use it now. You know me you know I have never been more creative than I am now because what I know is if you like downhill turn over you by Golly. Nobody is putting dirt over meat. Add so so I think it's it is. I need the bucket list. I just hate that word and I certainly think you should have other. You should find words that that matter to you but I also think part of creativity is looking at your life values and my life value is. I never failed to be ready for performance. I will be ready for that one. I agree that straight but you know everybody everybody has their own ways and I think maybe one thing we're going toward his neighbor on away. It's not like there's a runway to do this as long as it doesn't push somebody down. That's wrong but it's always write anything you can find. It lifts you up and encourages you. Somebody will put Zinger in their in their. Yes you know I can give you a compliment. And then they take away well in fact as speakers you know I. I did a speech last week and frankly was magnificent and every came up and said how good it was this lady. They don't have to do that. And I know that. That's how the story but this one lady said to me you know I heard a really good speak your and she told me. She told me his name she said do you know him and I said well. No actually don't always really and then you said and I had a really good auditors liberal the other two funny thing isn't I guess. Maybe this helps us. Tie Up we've been talking about. She really thought she was going to Kabul. Yes yes the funny thing when you're a new speaker Utah because they invariably have you ever given a speech in your life did Netflix. Wants at least really think so. In fact when I worked with a seminar company with they would look at the evaluations if they saw a one or two or three that seemed to be negative they came in the stack together and they would tend to counted as one because they felt they were pulling each other down in there playing a of the negative. The I I'm better than you because I can criticize you or whatever whatever game it happened to be and I didn't know that for a long time but I thought that was an interesting and helpful way to look at the negative and also even just calling it. Negatives worth is the alternative approach or Point even though it is business language I think we can safely bring it home. Red Light agree like thinking because all kids no red lights green lights all families. No Red Lights and Green Lights. Quints red light thinking unless green light thinking click. The whole the whole purpose of green light is too great. The greatest good for the most people in the best way for the longest time and red light is the antithesis that it is being critical. It is making people feel bad. It is not taking care of the environment. It's all the things that we don't want and green light is almost things that we do want. And it's also within everybody's power to get greener and greener and greener. There is no limit to how green we can be but a little bit of red long negative rate as singing I Kurban. It's not easy being green. Absolutely right so preferable makes you feel so much better and also when you look back on it you feel good every time now. I think we say again to is 'cause now look how much fun we've had. And if if they could have heard the first show where you did it was. I mean it. The more time you spend together doing creative things the better it gets. So don't I guess what I'm going towards? Don't just try it once at the dinner table and decided it didn't work because it didn't because really you gotta spend some time talking and really having fun and letting the ideas bounce back and forth yes in fact. I would invite people to for for the. Let's say a dinner hour at least one one dinner a week. Somebody is in charge of fund and the rage is something creative. Not necessarily that. You just went out and bought something but you might be something you made you get everybody taking a role and you also have a rule at dinner green lights. Only if you've got some red stop bringing it up after dinner and to use that another one Our birthday rule or cameo. That'd be eight of us. The table and I had to cook you know. Did my proudest moment was when I use the Baiter cake shaped like a Darth vader helmet. It was a marvelous whenever but on birthdays in our home when they brought the kid and all that we brought the cake in you had we had to go around the table. And there's enough people that really do it and you had to say something about the birthday person that you appreciate grape now. Some of them were not aware they did appreciate well. You didn't smell too but I agree it up make. It smelled really good today but I always. I remember that because it is what we did. But I don't think I would have remembered it except that my number. I'm not save. What you number one the kids you know you can depend on him to get things done the other side you know. There's always other side to thing. He's all his appreciate good nerves. Drive you crazy. Same thing all the time but this day I said you know Ross Nobody heard it anyway. I said this is right and he was only party. I said I just want you to know how much I appreciate. How consistent how persistent how you keep trying and I know if you take something on I can depend on you to finish it. Well and he said he just looked at me and he said mother. I had no idea you felt that way about cars because all we'd heard so far had been the for heaven's sake and Dorothy that's a classic example for all nice to know that whatever it is. We are appreciating about people. Assume they don't know it and be sure that they do and if you put it in writing as well as oral they can keep it and they can refer to it again and again and again I did. That would be really good for the birthday. I mean we're assuming you do this more often. That's bursting special. Because yes in Nevada for the birthday you could make one giant card and everybody is filling with things like about them and may be in favour memories says baby all that would that is a great idea. I really liked that. And it's a good. We finally got to a great idea. 'cause times out of excuse me to those really read out when you have listening to the creativity in fact. Here's your assignment for next month. I thought I give you one. What would we call in a we have a? We have one show that we do consistently through the month. Called GENERATION GAP. What are we gonNA call this one the next one? Yeah Oh she think somebody tell you that Maryland Shuman is indeed he? She is a cure creativity expert. So she doesn't have to play on. Tv Her book is go how to speak and act to make good things happen and her website is go green light weight dot com go relight way DOT COM and look just. Can't cook up tomorrow of this kind of exciting stimulating in more or less giggle. Giggle producing stuff right yet. One last word they just gave me the two minutes left side. Oh well in that case I wanna tell you old and you can. You can tell people what I'm doing right now. She just on her groucho glasses. You know the the nose in the little mustache under these big fuzzy eyebrows. Noticed that eventually well things like groucho glasses. Free US up to be more of ourselves. We might not be so comfortable otherwise and I went to visit. My Dad got time because the visit for next time. We'RE WE'RE OUT OF TIME. So minutes flew bring back the well. I have to say if they do bring back. What did he say what you went to visit? Wore these glasses when I went in to visit him in the hospital and everybody all along the way got smiles. Oh Okay I can tell you more later but I want you to. Put that on your list for next year okay. This has been the creativity moment on something better. That'll do for now with Merrill Edge and me part of the swimming upstream collection and we hope you'll come and look for us again next month next week constantly in fact if you're smart and just leave the thing on You can find us at. It's never too late dot com or the SOB radio network DOT COM SOB Denver's funky old broads and all of the hosts are women over fifty. If you're not fifty while we're glad to have you here anyway you will be. This is stretchy will by now. Thanks for listening to swimming upstream. Dorothy WILHELM WE'LL be back next week with more great guests. Great ideas no telling what she'll do next be prepared if you just can't wait contact or DNR swimming upstream facebook page or on the web at www. It's never too late DOT com. This is the irrepressible sad longer.

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 FuseBox Radio #617: DJ Fusion's The Futon Dun Livestream DJ Mix Fall Session #8 (A 2020 MD Rainy Day Indie Hip-Hop & R&B Mix)

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1:02:11 hr | 4 d ago

FuseBox Radio #617: DJ Fusion's The Futon Dun Livestream DJ Mix Fall Session #8 (A 2020 MD Rainy Day Indie Hip-Hop & R&B Mix)

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What do you know about how your business sounds - and why should you care? Conversation with Tom Webster [podcast]

Conversations with Phil

49:32 min | 2 years ago

What do you know about how your business sounds - and why should you care? Conversation with Tom Webster [podcast]

"Okay. You're smart enough and gosh, darn it people like you like you people like it. All right, let's yeah, let's do this. So, hey, everyone would up its failed. Gerber shack. I'm here today with the man. The legend that is Tom Webster, he is what senior audio gig, allergist, something like that. Senior vice president for Edison research. I know. Right? That's it happens when you're old. You get that. And we're, I do a lot of a lot of things in my job. I'm mostly a consumer insights research person, but but man, the digital audio space for us. It's just blown up in the last two years. And that's kind of like ninety percent of what I do now. Yeah. Well, for sure. I mean, so it's interesting. You've Ben podcasting, longtime as well. I mean, you shave her have been doing the marketing companion podcast for a long time, and you are major consumer always sharing great insights about this. And now like people are finally starting to get this time. So why now, why are people getting this now? Is that really even true? Are people actually getting this now or not so much? Well, there's, I mean, there's two answers to that. Phil. I think one answer is that advertisers are starting to get it and I do a lot of work in in the advertising space, right? I work with a lot of agencies and buyers and also podcast. Works and streaming audio networks, and it's starting to become a safer place for media buyers to to place their money. And it's an kind of an important thing for anybody in the advertising and the media space to realize is that someone at an agency, someone who's a broadcast media buyer, or digital media buyer, they all have the same goal and is to not get fired, and you don't get fired by spending your money and safeway's. And so this space is becoming safer to spend money on. So that's, you know, that's one big thing that's happened. And as more money is entered into the space, the content game has ramped up. You know the interest in advertisers ramped up the interest in the meat in the press in general about things like podcasting, and you know. Just voice in general, have really ramped up. So. I think. We spent a lot of time fill in content marketing, talking about text in what you write and video videos is John or Mus, but there are three kinds of content. There's text. There's video and there's audio. I think audio has really gotten short shrift from marketers and advertisers in terms of its power, but that's starting to change. Okay. So it's interesting. I've been radio has been around far longer than TV. Yes, older than me Alder by a couple of weeks. So yeah, so that's good. Right. I mean, so yes. So why did it take podcasting so long? I mean, is it because we have no real statistics or what? What's the problem? You know, we do have. We have really good statistics. Actually, this is kind of a misnomer about a podcasting in particular, is that we don't have great stats about podcasting because there's always this disconnect between how many people downloaded a podcast, and then how many people. Listen to. We have great statistics on downloads that server level data. That's the same data that you would get from banner ads and click throughs and things like that. And so I think in the earlier days of podcasting, people felt, you know, people believe the edge cases in the edge case was that this podcast is getting downloaded but not being listened to. But what we've learned over the years is that that's not actually that doesn't happen that often when people download something, they listen to it. Apple will unsubscribe you from something. If you haven't listened to it in like three weeks. And so we have really good data. We have much better data in digital audio than broadcast. Radio has broadcast. Radio is a sixteen billion dollar business with kind of not that not great data, you know, kind of estimate son on a few hundred people in any given market what they're listening to what they're not listening to. So I think podcasting in particular, has been judged unfairly as. It's been judged to the same kind of standards that display ads and banner ads had online, but nobody clicks on those things. So what are you? Are you just selling impressions. Is a is an impression in a podcast better or worse than an impression in a display out. I think it's better. So it's, you know those those concerns are going away. So how's it better time? That's interesting because I think intrinsically I agree with that. I mean, that seems to make some sense to me, but I don't know why. Why is that? True? Well, a lot of it comes down to the. You know when people watch you fill, if you. You know if you mentioned a product or service that you that you use a lot, right? You have trust. You have an audience and you built that trust up. And that is something that we have tons of research on that conveys a much bigger force multiplier than how people feel about a banner ad on a site. Even if it's a site, they love even if it's a site that's kind of a niche website with great writers. They really support people don't necessarily associate the the advertisers with, you know, with the authors of that site like they do on a podcast. But honestly, this is something I've researched for twenty five years. It's true and broadcast radio. It's very true in podcasting, when the host of show endorses or speak positively about a brand or product or service, it has a real kind of force multiplier effect than it does more than what a television advertisement might do. TV ad tells people, here's a product or service. It has this feature or benefit, and you might like that. But what an endorsement in podcast does, it does more than just, here's a product feature service benefit. You might like it says, the people who support this podcast, the people who support making this content that I really enjoy happen. They must be good people. There must be good people behind that brand. And so on a give that brand chance. And that's a different proposition entirely. And I think that's worth the premium and it's really taken well over a decade. I think for the advertising community to get there to see that premium, but it's results are there. And so much of the talking a lot about advertising, I'll get the content but so much of the advertising that successful in podcasting right now doesn't depend on, you know, download metrics or listen metrics. It's all direct response. It's all you know. Order a casper mattress in and use this code or try blue apron and use this code. They see the results. Direct response works incredibly well in podcasting, so we know we know that it works. That makes that makes sense. Okay, that's good. Now, I'm curious. Does it matter that you know and the show is not sponsored by casper mattress. You just mentioned them just mentioned. I'm just bring them up because you what I am authored by casper mattress. So. Oh. Yeah. So use code Wendy, tune thousand one? No, but but but that would be a relevant advertisement on my on your show. Right. So as opposed to, hey, I get my glasses Xeni optical and I love any obstacle. They're also not a sponsor, but if they're actually listening Spicer me, right, they should be because true. I mean, I mean that sincerely I do love them. I do. I think I have some level of influence because most people recognize my glasses, they have not who I am, but they think guy with cool glasses. I get that so so. But what happens when we start seeing the the schmucks on that on podcasting that now advertise again, irrelevantly at a product, they don't use, don't care about, but happens to pay them eighty seven dollars a click. I don't. I don't care. Honestly, I don't. I don't. I don't actually care about them. I think everybody has a right to make money the way that they wanna make money. And I think when podcasting is a truly healthy and self sustaining medium every revenue model works. So if your revenue model is that you have a passionate audience that can support you with direct donations. You know, through patriotic or radio tovia was is a big kind of direct funding platform. That's great. If you're doing direct response advertising and you're getting good money from ZipRecruiter, you know, squarespace and things like that. I want that to work for you to if you wanna run national ads, if you wanna run, if you want to take the gecko as I like to say and just flat out play an ad from Geico. I want that to work too. I want them all to work, and that's it's a false choice. I think to try to say, do this and not do that. They can all work in podcasting because ultimately what podcasting is about is I want to listen to what to exactly what I want to listen to exactly when I want to listen to it and where I want to listen to it. And I think that is that can support multiple monetization schemes. I want them all to work. Yeah, no, I agree. I think also it's the who is delivering that content. I think in many cases that's important to write the personality of the host, the seven people that watched the show besides my mom, all like the show, hopefully me, I'm yeah, but really, I think that's that's important thing as well. So let's talk about the audio brand, Tom. That was one of the things that I think intrigued me about some of the research done is the power of an audio brand and how that's different and how that's the same as kind of the the rest of the brand. Yeah, I think it's an, I'm gonna talk. About this next week at content marketing world, and. One of the things I noticed about content marketing world, and I'm not faulting them. I've spoken there for this'll be my fifth year. I love the people there love Robert rose, Kathy mcphillips, and everybody associated with the brand there. There's one hundred and forty sessions at content marketing world, and only two of them are on audio. And yet audio is one of the three basic planks of content, right? You have texted video and you have audio, and it's not just about podcasting, and you know, so much of my practice at Edison is not just podcasting, but it's I work with Pandora and Spotify work with NPR in American public media and a number of lots of the podcast networks. But we also have this new thing that has entered our space, and it's I think, more significant than people think, and that is the rise of the smart speaker of things like the, you know, the Amazon, Alexis weed products, Google home. There's a Microsoft has a the Cortana series of products that come out and it's a mistake to think about these things as just a gadget is something that will end up at the back of a drawer somewhere. Just a speaker that you talk to. That's not the right take on this. The right take on this is it's how're going to communicate with computers. It's how we're going to get the media that we want to hear because it's not about the speaker. It's about the voice assistant technology, and that's going to get baked into your television very soon. That's going to get baked into your refrigerator. That's a big to your toaster and also very important. It's going to get baked into your car and when it becomes easy in your car to get exactly the digital media that you want to consume, that's going to subvert the entire audio space that's going to drastically impact broadcast radio. Because broadcast radio does not really have a great play. There you're going to, you know, you're going to I work in the audiobook industry. You're going to hear more audiobooks. You're gonna hear more podcasts. You're going to hear more streaming audio from people like Pandora and Spotify, and all of those things are nearly advertising free. They're either adds Spartan or add freight. And so what's going to happen is you're going to have this entire giant swath of the American population that you just can't reach with traditional interrupt advertising anymore. So a very bullish on the, you know what? We're calling the smart speaker space. What I call the voice assistant space because. You know, as we use those devices to get the content, we want get the media we want and also start to conduct commerce. It's going to become very important for brands to have a voice. I mean, a literal voice because if my commerce is conducted by just saying Alexa, I need more printer paper, where's the Brandon? That where's the retailer in that it's going to be really, really difficult for retailers that do not have a voice that don't have a brand voice for their retail to to become to get what I would call top of mine preference. It's one thing to have top of mind awareness, but top of mind, preference, when you ask your smart speaker order, this order that are you asking for a specific retailer, do you care about that? Or do you just want the thing to show up at your door from Amazon prime? It's probably the latter, so it's gonna be really. A difficult environment for retail, especially. But also for brands. Boy that that's really interesting. I hadn't thought about all of that. Yeah, that's mind-blowing men. So so. Okay, I've, I love like portable battery power packs, drama, big nerd on that. My favorite brand is probably anchor. Anchor works best. I second though is by buddy Chris rhymer. It's Busa tack. Boosted tech does not show up in the top ten a battery pack. So how does how does he flip that to have that on the top? Because I don't know that even I would know how to audio scroll to get to that, unless, hey, Alexa, give me the boost attack battery pack. Well, if that's how you're going to order it right. If that's how you're going to order a battery pack, then you need to have a presence. You need to have a native presence in that channel. So if you know if you're envisioning a scenario here, where. Your order boosted tech on. You know, Amazon, Alexa, and I've had to remain by the way because I set it off constantly as you might. Then you need to have a presence on that channel and there. Certainly some of our clients. Have that kind of presence where they can inform people about skills that are offered on those devices. I think you need to do something that's helpful to people of. You know, my friend, Jay Baer wrote a book called utility a few years back that we contributed research to, and I think it's important for perfume to think about audio utility. How are you helping people made to me that the greatest audio app of all time is older than I am. And that's the Butterball Turkey hotline. If you're cooking Turkey on thanksgiving, and you know you've been cooking all day at two hundred degrees and it's just not working out. Don't do that. The Butterball Turkey hotline is the thing that you can call in a moment of crisis. 'cause you need help. 'cause you're Turkey is a seminal pit and you're kind of you're in the weeds, right? You've gotta get this done and your handful. That's what audio is all about. So I think it's it's important for brands to think about how can I help people in the moment of need when their hands are full when they're holding a baby when they've got arms of the groceries when they're on their way out the door to give them exactly the things that will help them get through their day. And if you are the brands that can do that, if you're the brands that can be associated with that, then I think you're doing a higher calling, right? You're actually helping customers, and I think that's why we're all in business. Yeah, absolutely. Wow. Wow. That's really awesome. So, hey, Alexa call the Butterball Turkey hotline or Alexa. Right? Play some soothing music to help my baby fall asleep. Very similar. Cut needs, right? Yeah. Or, hey, Alexa call grub and deliver the Turkey because I really messed this one up. You know, all of those things are possible, and and I think you know having having a brand voice and there's so many examples of this. Right? And it's not just it doesn't have to be a human voice. It could just be, you know, audio branding. I mean, who can't who can't do the Intel inside jingle, everybody can do that. That's such a such a powerful piece of audio branding. I'll give you one of my favorite pieces of helpful. A helpful example of an audio. I content strategy and that's a podcast. It's about three minutes. Long call chompers chompers is sponsored by crest and it is designed for kids to listen to while they brush their teeth and it gives them something fun. It gives them some fun information or fun activity to do or think about, oh, and by the way, it also tells them every thirty seconds. Okay. Switch to the bottom left side switch to the top right side switch of the top left side. It's meant to be listened to while you brush your teeth, and I think that's freaking brilliant audio content marketing because it is in a context that any parent can imagine, like none of our kids brush their teeth enough. They just don't like adults don't brush their teeth enough. Here's this really short piece of content that is very subtly brand. Did it's not there's no ad for the product on their again. It's about, do you do liken trust the people behind the brand or they brought me this great content, I will consider them. That's really, really powerful, but it's a, it's a piece of audio that fits into your life while you're doing something else. And that's something that audio can do that video truly can't. And the text truly can't. Audio can really be a companion to the things you're already doing and finding the ways to help help the humans in a profitable and delightful way with audio. There's so much opportunity there. So an audio I content strategy. That's interesting. That's very interesting. So so. Okay. So for you work with a lot of the big brands, you got an idea on how smaller brand could actually think first time. Well, I think consistency is a big part of it. And also to have have distinct point of view. I think in terms of our company in terms of Edison in a, we do have a consistent audio brand. It's it's me. Typically I present everything that we do online. I present a lot of what we do. That's in the public eye that's on camera. And so when I go to agencies privately to represent clients or or present things, they they know my voice. And that's, that's such a basic thing, right? If I, if I ask you to think about a motel six ad, you can hear Tombo debts boys, just going to say, I sure do let him for Tomba well, and its consistency. And with consistency, comes familiarity and with familiarity comes a relationship. And so you know, those are the kinds of things that I, you know, any brand. I think a lot of here about to be brands, beat ABI brands don't often think about this stuff 'cause they think, well, we're just gonna put out. A white paper and produce a webinar, whatever, but having consistent compelling and engaging voice behind doing those webinars behind all the stuff that you put out there. People just don't think that much about it because most women are suck fell. You've you've seen some lousy webinars. I've seen some lousy webinars, and it's it's less about what you're seeing on the screen than it is about how people are engaging with you. So even the most esoteric beat ABI brand, I think has room to consider. What is your brand sound like? What does it sound like is it friendly's at thority is is calming? Is it a nerve ING? And all of those things are possible. Right. And and is that consistent? That's interesting. So I think that that tells me that there's opportunity for speakers like human speakers like you and me to possibly find either our voice or help a brand be the voice of the brand. Again, going back to the spokesperson, not because of celebrity, but because of consistency, which is a different conversation than that. Do you want. The sound like a mid Betty Crocker, midwestern housewife, or do you wanna sound like Sam kennison? I mean, I remember Sam kennison being loud and he was voices summit in in the nineties until he got arrested soul, right? So till he passed. But that's interesting. So consistency, I really liked that time. It really resonates. I think consistency is a huge part of it and just just thinking through, I think it's not something that people think through because content if you're writing a white paper or something like that, but nobody sees the human behind that, but the voice is. So if Akayev's the voice is so moving to people you think about the the most successful podcast rate. Now they're great storytellers with great evocative voices. And you know, every brand has a story to tell, and I think you know you and I both speak. I think. My speaking is one hundred percent audio this year. That's kind of new for me to kind of steer into such a niche in that sense. But you know, I'm having a lot of fun with it. Having people that have that are evocative and engaging storytellers evocative engaging voices and kind of, you know, as a brand being associated with that, it's going to be increasingly important, especially again as we continue to ask for content from things like Alexa, Google home, and these are not small. These are not insignificant phenomena that we've been tracking. We track any number of different technologies and media channels in our research at Edison and the smart speaker space. Just about tripled in one year. We've never seen any technology grow that fast. Smartphones didn't grow that fast. Nothing has grown as fast as smart speakers. They're essentially for a lot of people a thirty dollar computer that you can have in the bathroom. And when people get accustomed to. Asking for things from those devices, whether those devices are a smart speaker or whether that devices in their car or their television, they're going to get either the easiest solution for them or the thing that they have developed a relationship with the thing that they would actually go out of their way to ask for even if it's not the easiest thing, which is the ultimate definition of brand loyalty, and it's a given that it's a voice medium that requires a brand that really wants to play in that space to have an evocative engaging, consistent and brand appropriate voice that is. Always associated with that brand of product. That's that's so interesting. And this is this is just so fascinating to me because I'm I, it almost hearkens back again to the days of radio. Yeah. Yeah, because now there is a third medium, and even though we hear the age video, I underst-. I mean, it makes people like to watch video, but I'm seeing most people actually prefer to read video or to listen to it. And the fact that like Facebook video, you almost you can't minimize it. It's very hard. I mean on your mobile, sometimes it'll stay up sometimes not. I mean, YouTube is now charging for the right to let them play in the background. Right? That's just so so interesting how that happened. So so let's talk more about content, Tom, let's talk a little bit more about a a audio. I content strategy and how that might be different from even mobile first or video. I content strategies some of the things that we heard in the last ten years, but given that you said tripled with smart speakers at sounds like something need to do. Yeah, it really is. And there's so much opportunity for for brands and you know, even small businesses to, you know, to kind of own a little a little piece of someone's day. And I, I think, especially in for like local businesses and smaller brands to have to have a slice of time in someone's everybody spends time with audio every day. The average American listens to four hours of audio every day. The average person who listens to podcasts listens to six hours of audio everyday. They just listen to a lot of auto and anybody has the right to to have a tiny slice of that. If you are helpful and useful in the moment you think about the the daily commute, the time is coming very, very soon, not science fiction. It's it's actually possible now where I can just walk into my car and say, Hello car. Play my play morning commute and it starts off with my local forecast. It starts off with only the traffic that is relevant to the route normally take. It starts then with the news that I am interested in and then whatever whatever comes next, do I wanna laugh for few minutes. I'll get. I'll get the thing that makes me laugh her few minutes wanna. Do I wanna learn something new? I'll get the thing that makes me, you know, learn something new and that'll happen in twenty two minutes and it'll be customized to me and I'm going to love that. I'm gonna love that because it's exactly what I wanted to hear. We've done some research. We did a study called the commuter code where we actually mounted gopro cameras into the cars of people. And we, we had the camera mounted at, you know, their smartphone. If that's where they're media came from, whether dashboard or the radio, and we took, we basically coated all of these interactions about what people listen to how often they switched and the more technology that people had in their car, especially the people that had like completely internet connected dashboards, the less they switched, they had more choices. They switched less and a lot less in the reason they did that was because they could get exactly what they wanted exactly what they wanted. Unlike listening to the radio where if you wanna get to the, you know the Harry style song that you really wanna hear, you've got to hear three songs you don't the more connected. Your dashboard is the less. That's true. And so in that space in that world. Where people are getting exactly what they want, and they're increasingly willing to pay for the ability to get exactly what they want to to subscribe to Netflix to subscribe to HBO and Spotify and Pandora one, things like that. The harder it is to reach them if your brand, unless you're really relevant to their everyday life and audio is a great way to do that because it's a companion medium. It's relevant to me when I'm working out its relevance me. If I, you know, I live on the eighteenth floor. I don't have a garden, but if I had a garden, I would listen to audio while I was gardening. So it's just a chance to, you know, to add value in that period of time where people are doing other things with their eyes while. Wow. Well, it sounds to me like every brand would do well to develop a two minute show something that they could put together in two minutes that could be je appoint that inbetween so that you could fit. Into somebody's twenty six minute commute with the weather and the sports for the day, what the stock market is doing. And maybe just maybe that two minute tech show that is going to bring you a good tool every single day. I love that kind of thing, and that's there's so much growth and I'll go back to podcasting here for moment. There's somebody potential avenues of growth in things like odd casting. If you look at the the top twenty or top fifty shows podcasting, there longer shows their more thoughtful content. There's a lot of public media content, you know, this American life cereal and things like that. But if you think about the times in your day, when you can fit in those quick tips that little hit of audio, there's so much ential there for those things to to enter into people's lives that. I don't think the top charts top podcasting charts and things like tunes are at all reflective of where we can go there just reflective of where we've been. And I look any any of our speaker friends that have talked to me about getting into podcasting, and I'm going to going to do a little speaker thing tomorrow night with some of our speaking spill friends. I'm recommending really short content, not because there's a a right answer to how long your podcast should be. There isn't, but there are more opportunities for you to get your message into someone's everyday life if that message can neatly fit into the time where you have to go to the bathroom, right? Yeah, no, totally that, and it makes so much sense to me that we want to fit instead of going deep. I mean, it's great that you know today we can spend an hour together, but some people are gonna pop in and out. And the hope is that, you know, I'm going to slice this up so that they can pick the segment that's interested them instead of me presuming that they're going to be interested in the whole hour and we see viewers pop in and out. We see that happen all the time. So yet, you know, as we talk about that, those are the people that love podcast, those people that love audio, Tom, you talk in your in your article, one of the favourite articles that you've written about kind of the future. About the fifty two. What the heck is the fifty two and how does this relate to other people? So podcasting has been around for like fifteen years and it's never grown quickly. It's grown steadily year over year. You know, some years, one percentage point, some years, two percentage points, but it's, you know, it's gone in terms of weekly listening in the United States from zero back in two thousand five thousand six. When I first started tracking it to seventeen percent of Americans and that's not, you can't call that rapid growth. You can't call that kind of hockey. Stick growth, right? It's just steady growth, but at seventeen percent of the US population twelve plus, which is what we track. That's forty. Eight million Americans who say they listen to podcast at least weekly, where I think the, you know, the world in terms of media and advertisers start to to to take podcasting completely seriously as. Equivalent to radio and TV, and display is when you get to a reach of one hundred million weekly listeners. And so the the difference between what we have now, which is about forty eight million and hundred. This fifty two million weekly listeners. And one of the things that I often challenge people in the podcasting space is, you know, we know that seventy percent of Americans listen to a podcast, weekly, monthly, that's twenty six percent and ever. It's forty, four percent. Why is there such a gap between ever and seventeen, right? Why are there so many people that say they've ever listened to a podcast, but they're not regular listeners to podcast. And to me, that's all about content. They have. They found something at some point to listen to, they found it engaging or maybe they tried podcasting and found that it was too esoteric or too difficult to listen to the topics were not not of interest to them. And so I think there are a lot of people that have tried it and kind of discarded. It. We need to spend a lot more time looking at why that is and having honest discussion about how do you get the fifty two because we've got the forty eight and we got the forty eight doing certain things, but I don't think those things are going to get the fifty two. It's not naturally going to happen over time. Growth doesn't happen forever because those fifty two are different humans. You know, it would have been easy for the founders of my space to keep looking at their upward growth patterns back in two thousand eight and say, you know soon, we'll be bigger than GO cities or whatever growth doesn't continue forever. Growth stops at some point unless you understand the brakes limiting factors on that growth and what the article that you referenced really does is try to illustrate with some of those breaks are. Yeah. Interesting. Interesting. So for those watching and listening here, Tom, what? Let's just I should have done this at the beginning and that is what in the heck it does a what is podcast. Poboy you opened a box of worms on that. I know. Tell me tell me. Yeah. I mean, I have a very liberal definition of what a podcast is. On the one hand, you know, there's a strict technical definition which I despise, which is, you know. Content delivered by our s syndication via audio enclosure, sort of like a blog Beatty, but it's audio. But that's what limits podcasting where it is. That's like nobody cares about that made to me. It's just audio that you want to hear that you can listen to whenever and wherever you want. I mean to me, if you call your show podcast, it's a podcast. I'm not going to quibble you think it is? It is, but those. I'll give you some examples of kind of client stuff here. This American life is is available as a podcast. If you have a podcast app on your phone, you can listen to this American life. This American life is also on the radio. So that's not a podcast. So is this American life podcast or not. I guess it depends on where and how you access it. I mean, something's are podcast only, but then you know, you look at something like from the same producers, cereal cereal is not on the radio. So when it came out it was a, it was a podcast. It was distributed via really simple syndication. It was picked up by a podcast app and you listen to it, but our clients at Pandora also make it available on their platform. And that's just streamed audio. That's not a podcast in the technical sense, but it is because they say it is. So you know, it's, it's a whole can of worms. I think people get really hung up on on those kinds of things. I mean to me, it's a show you want to listen to whenever and wherever you want to listen to it and I don't care beyond that. Yeah, I'm totally with you. I think we should start calling them shows in fact, have stop calling minute podcast. Because frankly, sometimes I mean, I don't even. Get to the podcast part of it. I like Facebook live because I have a real conversation and of yours have questions in real time. They can ask them or they can come back and you know, you're my guess. So I would take you and say, well, great question, Tom, let's see Thomas to say about this. We can continue the conversation in ways that are not always available, but then eventually making available on only so that those that prefer that because it's not about me, it's not about you even it's about the listener. And for me, that's what's important is the person that wants the content. However, they want whenever they want wherever they wanted. So many platforms to go that we have that that the answer is not or it's always end, at least for me, it's all is always end. Yeah, and it's always about an fill you. You've hit the word, the word that I love, and that word is the show. It's always about the show. People don't care how they get the show, the care about the. Show, and we talked to a lot of people that are familiar with the term podcasting, but say that they've never listened to a podcast, and they have a lot of misconceptions about what podcasting is. They think they don't have an apple in their phone that listen to it. They think that they cost money. There's that nasty word subscribe that people use podcasts, always aided rate. Review. This show you subscribe being something you pay for with the exception of a YouTube channel, anything you subscribe to, you pay for it, and so I've always hated that. But ultimately it's about the show and you know if you were to ask somebody, do you have the Netflix app on your phone, or do you have the Hulu app on your phone? Most people would say, no, I don't know, but you give them the Handmaid's tale and and they're gonna figure that out pretty quickly like who? Okay. I pushed that h button that I can watch the Handmaid's tale. I don't care about the h. button. I wanna watch the Handmaid's tale and podcasting hasn't had the show. Oh, like that yet really has cereal did well with the chattering classes in the same way that madman did, but that didn't make it a mainstream hit. And we haven't had that in podcasting yet, but I can also tell you this, I'll I'll go back to radio for minute because I've worked in every spoken word medium. Just how powerful audio can be. I am old enough to remember. The election of Ronald Reagan in this country. And one of the things that really swung. Voter, sympathy and voter opinion towards him was an an audio campaign and it was it's an extremely famous. It's one of the most famous audio campaigns in advertising history done by Hal Rhymney Howell Rhymney had a speech only kind of agency and very distinctive voice, and he did a campaign for Ron Reagan morning in America. And if you are. You know, look this up on the YouTube. You'll find it morning in America because the sound of house voice and the optimism and the, you know, the the just hope in the message and how calmly delivered it. It was audio brand to entire presidency and obviously they, they, they completely blanketed the American airwaves with that particular message. You know, if you were at all radio listener during those years, you'll you'll recognize the voice when you hear it. And to me, that's the kind of that's how audio could capture everybody's imagination and not just, you know, this little slice of Nisha about this podcast with this particular show audio can aim higher than that in a lot of ways. And if you get that right match between. Engaging voice and engaging message. The magic happens in here and that's video. Can't do that video. Really can't do that in the same way that great audio. I agree. I wish VIN Scully, Hannah podcast. I would listen everyday man. I listen every day. I mean, look VIN scully's. One of the great voices in American history listened to. I would. I would hear him do diaper commercials. I'm all in on VIN Scully. Yeah. Well, and again, it gets back to the consistency of the voice. The fact that we could always trust too much like Bob euchre's Milwaukee, much like Ernie Harwell was in Detroit much like Joe, Joe buck was in Saint Louis. Yeah. And for me, it was, you know, Bob Murphy for the Mets in New York and listening to to aging aging Bob Murphy. Go and he settles under it. Back in the outfield here comes a fly ball. He settles back and, oh, and it's gone. Just because his eyesight was going so badly. Yeah, let's not forget about the famous. Harry Carey from Chicago, holy cow. Absolutely. I mean, that's that's why people. Funny, you mentioned this and I want to go down the sports rabbit hole here too much, but what people like Harry Carey VIN Scully did between here was produced something that fathers talked to sons about and father's talked to daughters about and and mothers talked to sons and daughters about you. Don't talk to your kids that way about a dry cleaner. You don't talk to your kids that way about a grocery store, but sports is a business. It's a franchise and the way that we pass it onto people a lot of has to do with the experience that's created in here and not necessarily by what you see and that you know baseball's a great audio sport in that way. And that's again, I think that's the power of that theater of the mind that audio can produce when it's done really well. It's not easy to do really well. Yeah. Well, that's a good point. My my favorite growing up. At noon. The noon show always had Paul Harvey and the rest of the story every day. Listen farm report from eleven thirty to one o'clock. We got a little two minutes, three minute blip in their Paul Harvey's the rest of the story. And there's nothing in podcasting like that right now. Honestly, Paul, Harvey was able to kind of unify a country, you know, left right liberal conservative in in ways that a lot of commercial broadcast talkradio does not do anymore. And in he had that ability to do it in four minutes to to just, you know, tell engaging stories that were edited to within an inch of their life and had just the details required to engage you and then that he'd do these great. Live reads, for, you know, kissed coffee mister coffee. Yeah. This is my favorite. I'm gonna do a very bad Paul. Harvey, one of my favorite Paul, Harvey rest of the stories that I ever listened to. You know he had this had this habit of he would leave you with a, you know, a tease that he would pay it off with something unexpected. Then go rate into an at at my favorite one that I heard was the man in the cab. My friends was Boutros Boutros-Ghali page to constipation. Never let it trouble you again. These like incredible. Boutros-boutros-ghali custom Asians like that, like that the Mannan have my friends. Boutros-boutros-ghali page to loose stool. He just had this ability. And you went with them on the ride because you trusted him, right? He had a trusted voice. He never violated that trust. And that's, you know, I've done so much research in the audio space, like even on the news side and people will believe something is true if they trust the voice, telling them that, and you can't violate that trust. If your brand, you cannot run jive by people or you will lose that. But if you are a brand that tells truths, if you are a brand that can earn that trust the voice that you choose, conveys all of that. Wow, wow. Well, that's a good close time because we can talk the rest of the day about this, but I think the big lesson here folks choose your voice for your brand carefully. Maybe it's you, maybe it's someone else, but think about who that is. Make sure that it's careful, make sure that it's consistent and make sure I would add that it's frequent because people forget about you unfortunately way too fast way too much coming at us. So ideally shows get listened to more than weekly or random random shows. So that's, that's interesting. So I like you have the last word here. What else? If folks are thinking, boy, you know, I'm gonna get started with an audio show. I wanna get started with an audio. I type strategy. What would you suggest to them? Please? Just be audience. I ignore what it is you think you have to say because the marketing department wants you to say that's not gonna work in audio never does be audience. I be specific about the audience that you want to reach be specific and intentional about the humans that you want to connect with and then connect with those humans and maybe the way that you connect with those humans has nothing to do with your stuff. Maybe your stuff is just the thing that brings you that message, but ultimately what people want, they want companionship they want helpfulness, they want to be entertained. They wanna be engaged, and it doesn't really matter what brand new are. If you can engage entertain and help an audience. You don't need to run ads for your product. You can just be associated with that feeling that people have. That's also really it's all about the audience. And so anybody thinking about entering the audio space with a podcast, show a skill in a smart speakers. Some kind of daily briefing. Think about the audience I think about, do you have the right, and do you have the skill and do you have the ability to fit into their lives in in a day-to-day sense? And if you do that's very powerful piece of mind, share to have access to. I'll put your audience. I always try to fit into your audience's day to day life while Tom fricking. Brilliant man. I'm so glad we got to spend some time together today. On the hill who also let me. Yeah, let me take us out here. So that was calm. Webster folks, hopefully enjoyed that. Thomas senior vice president, Edison, research co, author, the infinite dial the podcast consumer, the social habit and many other widely cited studies. He's also half of the marketing companion podcast, which is always interesting tea and Mark Schaefer two guys. I have tons of respect for and I'd be remiss if I didn't say he's also the other half of the amazing towns in Webster will be attempts door. She is. She is fantastic, will have to get her on the show, but Tom, thanks so much. This was such a great time with you today. I really, really enjoyed it. Thanks, thanks Ville. Good stuff, man. So folks check Tom out. If you get a chance, go visit him. He's not as active as it used to be on Twitter, but he's still there webby two thousand one and just a great guy.

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Anna Williamson

"Hello and welcome to run port now. This is where runners unite. We all come together because we share the Mitchell. Love for the fielders of running I mean Ohio okay sometimes when you are running, you might question why you are out there doing it might be raining in you. Do think his signs much fun, or you might be facing a huge hill directly in front of you and. And it can seem like an older cicle too big to take on. However once you've done it. You feel great, and you remember why you love it. You love the way running makes you feel so today on run put I'm joined by a friend someone known for years at back to the days when I worked on GMTV Our from this bit cold entertainment day, which was Friday Showbiz? And this gas hosted, the GMTV can have children section. She is currently though she's moved on from the kids stuff and she's the DT expert on select schoolteaching. She is a number one bestselling author. She's a qualified kuntsler. She's a life coach. She's a fellow podcast there. She is a Williamson hallow-. Oh Jen Nice. Probably the nicest introduction I've ever had thanks May. You know really really good. How're you doing? Bud You know not bad and actually is funny when I think about running. I. Want to say this I think. Because I. Always remember you and Ben Shepard you send about the GMTV days you invention foods while I've been in particular needs to do entertainment day, which by it was the best part of GM today that was like the holy grail of telly shows to be on like you got to interview with the celebs and everything I know zing Shami. Sigy good, it is well but then Ben used to run. Our members run home didn't need to Richmond. Yes so he's to run Richmond and is run to Wimbledon. where I left and I remember looking at the pair you and like there was the fact, there were no more sexy fitter presenters in the whole of it building than you. And Ben and you both use Pitney of fitness because I used to finish my kids show go into studio six which. Listeners was basically the kind of unofficial start contain. is to go in there down. A bottle of wine have an incredibly frightening mazzy. I'm not do any exercise. And then you and Ben used to smash out the park. Yeah, but that's only because when we get home. Then we would go and eat the rotation during the rubbish and how great! We just felt that if we ran home. Have justified all that was old well I think you guys have absolutely right. You're ahead of your time. In fact, I think it's funny. Isn't that awesome? Push trends do change because then running was more. Everyone's so of the one one eight guys little. Didn't think I mean because I think running now. I I I. I hold up there as probably one of the coolest exercise you can day because. I, think everyone can do it. I mean and I've I've fallen in and out of love with running my whole life but ultimately is something I enjoy, but I think Too much, your listeners gender in childbirth. Childbirth is my biggest nemesis when it comes to the running, but it is something that I've always. Had A. Love hate relationship with so i. mean just to give some context this as well so i. I always liked wanting for exercise up as always my mental health, which are permanent banging that drum Bosa find. It was really good for white management and just general fitness and then I- steeply signed up to the London Marathon, two thousand ten, and we can talk about hilarious if you like at some point We money, Debbie, but when I got pregnant with Enza I'm really big deal for me to keep exercising. and I probably ran out, chose about twenty six twenty six weeks pregnant with him until the weight of the bump just was pushing down on on my pelvic floor too much, and I didn't even bother running when I was pregnant that an order because my pelvic floor was was was not strong to say I did lot walking a lot of I think I, did a lot more of less activity I'm walking in my second pregnancy. Just generally try and keep fit. Yet, but that's a staying active. The most important thing actually and I don't know that you know they say that. The more active you are, the better it is for the actual birth, but you knew what you you only experienced. You ruined birth, so you can't compare compare it would be. Had you done it differently, so you just have to do what's best for you. I think sanctuary trae psychiatry. Are you finding that it's easy to get back into fitness because I'm Eleanor's? She's six months. Yeah Yeah I'm actually really wanted to get back into fitness. a lot quicker and a lot sooner actually than the with ends. I, honestly, it's taken to her now. Being six months old where I can honestly now start to do running answered of hit training, gentle hit training with no pain. It has it has been a very slow process, but it's also something for about eight ten weeks off right hotter. Hotter I very much wanted to start doing something. Yeah, is it? It's a battle in your mind as well actually because you knew what you are capable of yet. You're not able to do it, and I think that was I remember being shocked actually by wanting so desperately to run and do all these things, but just actually not be able to, and it's almost like you've got to learn to do it all again. That is so true and I think that's what's been the most frustration Paul Harvey I have found it very frustrating, and it's only now I'd say. She's six months old. Only now I'd say I can do exercise kind of every other day. a not fill the massive adverse effects of that you know I can get the domes, or whatever that's fine, but not have the actual abdominal pain I had been experiencing. Before. You knew it, you'll be doing your next and. Can I just say how the hell do you go back for more, you mean you must be a for punishment. I am still ten years later waiting for that post marathon high to kick. It never kicked. It actually fell across that finish line I'm not even taking asthma attack juice failure with the finish line. A inhaled malls ball. And the level of post marathon agony was just off the chart. That is your memory of. Do you remember any nice moment of doing the twenty six miles? I do it I mean it is not an. Easy feat breath so I was the reason Iran actually so I was say Jamie Bates to Nafta at the time I was a kid Shabbat doing. Like charity Somme. Almost me if I would run the marathon for them, and it was disadvantage, teens and you and I we buy. Of what the princess draw, so you know a cause that we buy three unite passionate, believe in our NY, and in a lot of the big charges, and they have like fifty spaces, and all that coming. This charity had one space, and they were like one space, and will you. Will you be our runner? An you know I'm a Oh. Gosh! I'm. In trouble people pleasing, but I was like Oh. My God I pulled my heartstrings. So I was like yeah, I'll do the marathon I would also do not find you go i. mean how hard canopy well this is it as a holiday yet? How hard can it be and I was? Conversation now it was GM TV, Jamaa. He's to train me when we were to be Ian. One of the heads of it Howard Ian Howard. Howard thank you. Thank you. My friend God that was going to annoy me. Thanks for that IAN like Whoa. Me and it was actually remember saying enough just He got me. We used to go to the United by the London eye of lunchtimes. A nice have my pt sessions twice a week and I loved it. He really got me into fitness and fitness, and the different wine and more concentrated way. And then all. The, Osu the marathon like he say. How can it be like INC? Can you help tray me so I can do this marathon? He's like yeah problem and he was Seis. Wait I'm not going to run it, but teddy will because he was a fitness, not he was like I'm GonNa go my my my bike and I will follow you around the marathon to come out. And like cheer, you round unites. AUSE, like eight and that's great to Ian trained me and started like default that training and math trading are we? We meet up like near the near the time in the marathon. Richmond Park near were in lived an I drive there from Hartford share on a Sunday and he's like Ryan are always remember. He might not going to do a big run today we're going to. This is the lost the loss of big Ron I did before Martin was nineteen miles. saw like Oh and that she saw I should point out well. The I started training in like united the type whatever for math in April, but then and I really actually I've never really told anyone this properly. Because it was at the time, it was a little bit awkward. Done if you knew I brought my an cool training for dancing on ice, I. I it was. Maybe, he didn't and I. Did it as well. Yeah, so I broke my ankle the year off to Mike. WHO DID IT 'CAUSE I? Remember cooling my goal when I brought by combining. 'cause we had the same doctor the same. Specialist in ankle specialist. And it was the same year that Dot Hillary was doing. Hills are adding and I was and I was the reserve basically so Piedmont night. They've actually ever told the story so I was the reserve. Ice Skater is always the kids. TV presents to reserve so I was in training was doing well. Ultimately join it then I bust. My Ankle, didn't I'm? In training I night author so not only did it and are always remember going and were things it was like. Can I do the shy and they were like no, you breaking Ranko You call your out. That's it done. And I think it was Oh I was potentially lined up to replace head mills. It was that year when she might not been able to do it, but in the end she could do. So that was, and then I said Oh. I'm also signed up st the London marathon in April. My. was against like everything's against me and then I remember always remember Sharon. Who I believe is still the dogs on ice. PHYSIO had physio his amazing Sharon Morrison. She said you're going to have to forget dancing on ice. Associate like this. It's not going to happen fee. It's ridiculous. You know you won't be able to get your ankle backup. You know even back for January's Taiba to inorganic. City it's ridiculous, you know. Flying flag there for GT of care. It was very good. She went bought. Let's concentrate on getting ready for the marathon. And also you king. She was like we can get you going to be out of plaster in December. We can get you ready for the marathon, so she helped physique. trae May to get ready for the marathon, so it put all of my mouth and training massively behind as you can imagine, and then rehabilitating a break and ankle, so then I said with an so might get back to training, and it was fine, but then put pushing back some my last run I did before the marathon was nineteen miles, and it was the longest Ron Dom, but I never went beyond ninety miles in training, said the last seven points. To whatever it miles was always going to be. You know sock and say so I'm doing the my loss. Rich Draw Richmond Ron with an and nineteen miles I felt like when it was manageable but then oversee on marathon day. It was like a Cayden. On Charter territory, but you say about. Which member the Adrenalin of during the marathon, and I would actually recommend anyone. Do it and you'll know when we got there and everybody on listeners Lauren Jenny goes into basically the elite category. especially. Actually, we had green numbers didn't. Now mcandrew would've she have. She think she my of that year. She such such superfast times that she nearly and that was the talk. Have you seen everyone now is in the action. Everyone's like no way and be. Proper Yell. You're so Roy Ashley and she had you know like when a runner whereas cleese and wears chance on a crop. Share Looks Professional. Look are you're so right when you've got the Sonny's on and the at the pants when you're runnin pans running impasse? National you're not you're professionals. And I mean I was running in really old like leggings, and under to netted kids tallied I think and actually interested is funded and if you've ever done this. You run your multiple marathons, but you kind of adopt friends on the way round and I ended up running the beginning of the MARATHA. The first of eight miles Iran with my friends dicken. Dome who were running that year. And that was really fun, and we kinda great together and then bizarrely Katie price's brother, Damn. He was also running it that year. I think he was and a new in. Thomas was when opus was never gonNA to up until most. But, not a not I really enjoyed the first like five six miles, but we'll actually. Well really. to me by surprise was how wash shift on everyone gets at the beginning of the Maratha oh. My God I annoyed. Slow. going. By the way that's why when you go, apply from Earth and they ask you what your estimates Thomas because they really want to run with people at a similar pace, because it's like a tidal wave as well I mean I would say my advice. Don't overestimate yourselves, peeps, I mean I. Wish I had an I arrest of my to myself. He's ones. It's like they're running for. Everyone from Donald opened up from lockdown I mean seriously. They are upset on shift. And then you got this I mean this is my experience as the novice that I am and they didn't come on me. Let me tell you so it was the absolute shift on people getting the aggression of people as you say, the elbows flying of get Outta my way and tripping over water bottles. When people were selfishly drinking and lobbing, they wish bottles, and then and I know this is incredibly vulgar from going to bring you up. I've even up on my other podcasts. because. Louise Poe Kosta didn't believe me when I talked about jokers log. And this is Ron port. Right jokers CIO's runner's Trots, but jokers. Rana's trump's yet jokers running trots. You'll same thing now. Is this too much is to Perth excuse? something. Before I mean, where would you say yours hyper statically kick in mines around mile. Mile Eight. Okay so whenever I do race, I will Q. Repeatedly for the toilet beforehand. Because of this absolute power neue that it's going to kick in, but also wants it does kick in. You're in trouble. No one wanted to Paula Radcliffe no, and by the way it always kicks in at the point where you just past the poor's loose always and sign knicks toilets two miles. Oh my God is the gut wrenching. CRUMP's that you get, isn't it? You mean you can't hold this baby in no, you running and you're looking you. If you do the Meyerson and you're watching any race and you see someone like a periscope looking from left. They're looking for somewhere to stop look and see if there's a shop. or any port. Lose or A Bad Thing because it is a bad bad feeling. Bad failed. It's awful well. I was I, know and I I kind of empty it out so to speak before, but then was terrified knowing that around mile six to eight the odor the. Job, his logo would kick it over the rudders. Trump's to kick him. But then he's discussing the old I remember the round the round that sort of milestone I mean. Everyone's Holson causing the thing. Is they going along? And all you smell is likely sort of you get Cohen. Everyone's wind draft backdrop of little, letting out a little cheeky fought, because you know that their is physically telling them that the Ron Trots are about to kick in, and I always remember thinking off is revolting, and then you saw you say a few people dotting off randomly into portals or into front gardens just to relieve themselves. I mean it's quite something actually and she. The CENCI she say you got that lovely wife of people needed a number two, but there's also I mean the other with that you get on marathon. Day is just extreme -bio, and there's others that run pass in your light. WHOA, that and this is only my one I've were you to smell like a mile twenty six and I know I'm saying this. I might be someone that Ron past someone else and they're thinking. The same of me can never smell it on yourself. It's just something you just think wow! I'm. We're really close star. It's you'll slow right. You're thinking is our nerves, but you kicked me. Did you take on any Bashar before before? We started this because our twenty? How many people run the marathon twenty six? Four thousand, four hundred. Some of them. Some of them are running until they haven't washed for good luck I'm sure. You'd all I'm lucky pants I'm sure as well so if he thinks that that is a quoque Meyer of forty, thousand Goff's and. Forty Thousand People! I mean you have to have a very strong stomach, and then every now and again someone will take one of those Gel things, and then throw it shop so that that is all added into the mix I. I mean you sang about the. Negatives of the Tabatha but the positive. Negative. Thank goodness this next laser. The next I'd say I absolutely loved I. Mean What you cannot rival, and this is where I will say. It was fantastic and I joke when I say I I haven't found the high yet. I'm so proud of done it. I'm so proud I could choke that one up You know stupid, little teasha Goldman Medal. And she I think mall one to twelve for me was honestly a joy, you know. I was well trained easily to get get through that Paul. And I loved I loved the Camaraderie I. Love the spectators you feel like. He was over a celebrity running celebrity dining because everyone's in new. Coming top bridge I remember that being lovely. Then you get to that really kind of boring quiet decifit place between like mile twelve and automate something else. And then for me, and this is where it Kinda gets a bit. It was a bit of A. It was actually really emotional, so I'm remember got Ian, but the PG our colleague following me around on the bike on the bike and I was listening. You can't get off this one. So as I was going around I have my final. We stopped my arm and every now and again Amoco may just to give me a little bit of come on bit of the PM. A and let me know where he was a man I I was. Watching viruses witness I listened I listened to the rocky soundtrack. What just, on repeat. Literally I had the rookie fours out track so when I got to a hard they I the tiger. Yeah, didn't. Even, Jacomb Iwata Saturday honestly but he. was with the rocky soundtrack. The only song I knew from the rocky soundtrack is is the tiger. What else is on that oh? You gotta get the training. Montage Jen over. Raggio Oh, yeah, the longer in training montage I mean! It's always a winner. I mean if you can't listen to that and run your socks off the summit runway. You let me tell you anyone that's just gonNA get into running. You gotta get the rookie full soundtrack in the training montage all over so I was listening to that as I was going around. then. about Mile Twenty twenty one so then it's is starting to her at this point and I'm wanting to walk, but I can't. My Body and my legs are in such autopilot I physically couldn't stop like everything's guy. I'm not like half crying in pain. And then I remember thinking Oh. What is wrong with my foot and it felt like I. Get a pair of socks, and you've got little plastic tag that the whole. Economy are with your faith in Asian. You should uses, but you do that. Well! I think I'll fall all. He's Moody, irritating of left that little plastic tag inman new soaks again fatal error, though buy new socks were American y'all know what guess what we're going. You'll night runner what was going on any my socks go. Is it two nil related low? Yes, oh! A Big Toe nails had pinned off due to the impact of the running i. In Your Soak Yep scratching away scratching away at that role, but of flesh they. so up by thank God. I didn't know 'cause I'm Ian. Montana's is I just can't go keep going. It's probably a house of Komo for just gang great for them. He by the way is excruciating, if especially if they were still in your soaks. ooh, it was literally. Helena, and then so if that was bad enough, but you know when you get that lost five miles, you know you've thank proper light eight deep crowds, and you feed him pretty great about yourself, because it will chair, anyone and Sanya name because you go in and Asia in, and then this this is nearly broke me and I blame them for it. Got Down my parents in the meeting such they might hit. He's on with them. The my parents who imagine if you will to country Bumpkins ironically actually were born, and bred, grew up, and went to school in London, went to London on the went to school in the tube install, but in the latter years blipped in the country, so my parents don't go into London unless it's literally Christmas and they're going to the theater. right actually met my mom. You've moment the, Princeton, i. Seventy cozy have yeah. Yeah, so, but they'd made this big effort of going to the marathon. We're GONNA come support when I was like but Mama. Dodge daylight crowds, it'd be very crowded. None I WANNA. Come pull you so they'd gone down the tubes either the panicky. And they'd come up to London and they'd gotten. Cells stationed around Westminster Mao twenty five. Just before you do the fine just the podium he is better than. Not exactly I was like stupid, idiot should have I don't plans I. Really quiet so anyway. Limited's rigging amine again blessed Madonna so this point twenty four twenty five miles I am done. I am shot. Remember I've never run to nineteen miles. You know this is the motto knows fallen off. Iran Asmaa Tien disease is game over the Madrid me. And I'm trying listened to my wife and drag Iraqi rookie changing to just get that final bit of push sabotaging e. in only the way that your parents can do. Can, you hear me. Can you hear me love a WHO can't talk? To and he's like we're just standing at the. He's trying to tell me his location. which point I think in thoroughly rude why I tell him dot off, which I've never done in my life, but couldn't talk. He went. We'll keep an eye out for you. Darling anyway so around the corner and I got it right. See what cry now. I spied my parents before they. They spotted me all like go goose peanut. All her member sing is much. Hey, parents with a little cool bag, and then it will sunhat song for their day out in the big smoke, looking rubber necking, you know for their daughter. And the my heart just went, and because of burst into tears, didn't I and then, and then I can see data. Mom spotted me. And all the people around them. As you go this you go, so my parents are all excited and jumping up and down you cry now, and I'm because at the emotion of it and the sheer pain for me. It was like seeing my parents. You know making a huge effort to come and support me made me cry. What is the worst bloody thing when you can't breathe in your hop dead? 'cause you're running and we feed and magic. Anyway we'll you're breathing. Get shot because you WanNa get you breathing right so you don't fall over in Kehl over so I remember, crying. Stop. Crying stop crying. They my dad just went. Go Mico giving some really like this. Honestly and so I've been crying. Don't cry. Don't cry, didn't have an asthma attack. Don't don't Kilo from how twenty five. Anyway a did it go around. The end practically fell over the finish line, and then my parents met me for the final bit, but it was. I look back at it now. Ashley and Jen this is the first I've ever actually replayed a reminisced about and now I'm left with is lovely, but it's silence amazing for you. Yeah, it. Does you know now I think actually that was amazing. I've got to say as an. I've got you here and I know that you've written a lot of books. You've written a couple of days. They've been absolutely amazing, but you've also talked to low, and you've written a lot and you spoken on television about different elements relating to mental health, and do you find the excise on running? Are Hugely important. To to make sure that you maintain good mental health up sedately one hundred percent. Yeah, those of you. That may not have a a ski. Be Who I am you? A lot of what I do is about mental health because. What lived experience really was what triggered back in backing all dead Jim. GMTV actually I was a suffered a a really bad emotional breakdown which was. Nothing, particularly spectacular attributed. You know it was it was. People pleasing I wasn't in a relationship at the time, but I was put pressure on myself and I had a spectacular in mental health. Fool out and actually exercise. is a huge Paul was a huge Paul of. Recovering and subsequently decade this succeeded that to maintaining my good mental health, and now as a a a trained therapist might do an awful lot of work in this arena a mental. It is proven we don't Alexa. Just trot out the whole you know, yes, excited is good for your mental health. You know it is actually proven to have a significant impact in a positive way on depression on anxiety It will really have an adverse effect. Oviously always gun speech Jianping doctor to check that you are. Physically Kato exercise, but but for me if I which is what I have found in particular, the recent pandemic that we've obviously been gone straight suddenly overnight. Being told you can't go to Jim you know It would he did actually start to. Our had to really be careful of my mental health because. Yes like an exercise high when I'm one of the lucky ones that has a garden you know, have Harry I can run, but for me the. The actual physical going to a gym is my head space. That is my time away from my kids from my husband from my house. In how many times do we need trying to any exercise at home? If from doing APP and then I'll see you know I. Don't know a spotter baby sick. I didn't clear up early. All Stop my work out and give it a wet wipe, which distracted so for me, the mental health benefits and the the action of. Going to the gym, doing the workout smashing it. Listen to my music I have graduated from Rocky Place Tonight but you know having a shower afterwards that holy it's so important and I always say this will my private clients as well whatever it may be whether it I mean I love rubbing running walking anyone can do it a free wherever you want to do it. Just get up and do something because the action is not only always going to be good for physical health, but it absolutely categorically statistically proven improve your mental health. So I mean it's so true in fact, if you're listening right now, and you've been toying with the idea of going I I mean honest. Just sold it brilliantly. You should just go up and go because you will feel great afterwards. I'm yet to meet anyone that has said That was about bad idea. I feel cropper. Of doing that, you know obviously do it within within your what you can do, but even even when I was recovering from us as area you know even literally just five minutes. You know a walk around the block with the prime. A snail's pace made me feel a billion times better than if I'd spent not five minutes sitting on the on the couch. Yep I totally agree, and sometimes I find that if you shed July and then you schedule as early in the days. You can see you haven't bill. Faludi of excuses to guy. You will actually stick to it, and you're more likely to go there, and then your day will be even more positive. I think that is great. Advice actually and just reminded me of doing that, because I am that classic procrastinator I historically always you slight working out in the evening now have finished again doing no seven o'clock Bob Law class, but actually you spend the whole day building up to it anticipating it in maybe beating the wrong things you could have been bloated or a bit sluggish in I. Think you're absolutely right. Right get up, get it, Tom. Get Out of the way because then just kicked. Started your endorphins. You're feeling good. You can feel yourself properly for actually that is happy. I've had to get myself back. into is not make the exceeds, because otherwise I I find I spend the rest of the day waiting for the exercise and I think you're right. Get up, get it done than it's is out the way. We have people come on as well that say that when they're running, they become quite creative. Their best ideas spring to mind and sometimes I find as well if I do the run earlier. I just feel more creative with everything for the rest of the day. It's almost like a more driven a more motivated, and it's just. It is just that that you've had your meat time, and you feel good, and even though at the time. When you're doing it. Sometimes, it could be horrible. Your ooh, awesome! The minute you get home. You've smoke, 'cause you've done it. Always always yeah. Every single time you'll flippant into that means like yesterday. I was feeding Achey because I don a little a little hit workout with before, and I was like no, no, no I need I need to do my job today and I'm finding jogging quite hard. identify. Very out of practice, being a go round in Staunton I actually fell People relate to this that sometimes you start by exercise. Will that Ron and you'll. You'll really paid off announced like after. Start WanNa do this today on the. Site, but but I always say as well. You think about how you're GONNA. Feel when you finished it. Because one thing is for sure you're GONNA finish it at some point in the very very near future. And I started that Ron, and I thought to jogging. It was like our her with everything, but then you walmart you get into it. And then I was doing fast wall king if I couldn't quite manage to juggle all the way around, you know folks, walking and jogging got back in. You know nice impressive sweat on boom. Baby are could so have easily just sucks the off this morning. A made every excuse I'm tired. The babies had me up. It was just twenty minutes and you know what changed my whole outlook for the day that they became. A wasn't beating myself up about it anymore. It now says thought windy on her all off the young so true that such. I sometimes. If I'm struggling so some I'll leave works I work in Leicester Square where my radio is on all black. Church so. Thank, you and I knew once I leave. I'll have that bit where I'm like Oh I. Don't know if can be bothered, but we'll do is i. give myself to Westminster. Which is about a mile? And I'll go. Hey, if I feel like it, I'll get on the cheap there or whatever and all I'll I'll give in with the run. However, I have never once in the entire. Eight years of doing this journey never once stopped at that point and. Innovative way yet because you've almost gone off star, I might as well keep. What is important and giving and you feel interest a practical question. Where did you put your overstepped? Obviously that bringing him back to work, and I know I am not person that turns up with a food, Hauteur, and just minimal stuff with me, although I never have to carry a mask so I don't know where I'm not I'm just GonNa have to try and shove that in my back pocket, but that set of just run with minimal, I'd come in with the. Cleansing though I'm going to be more, I'm going to be more. Jenny Faulkner because. Cleansing just turn your phone nothing else I I mean. I don I wonder sometimes. How appropriate is at work for me to be wearing complete runners kit all day while everyone else is sensible, work attire and there's me and their lives. She's doing for I. Don't wear this people i. Know you've got to lose. This is why I say I. Think running and I think Jenny. You know what? I think we work in Showbiz listen. People will just take us as we come. That's what I say. As, I gotta go with as well. As me, saying you know I'm you should. On the next series of slips dating. You should absolutely encourage them to do some kind of runners way to kind of get together because I. Reckon Romance could be born through running I'm not necessarily you know sweating together, but the whole you spend time just one but one on one running next to each other. That could be sometimes a talk on a run. Do you're more relaxed and you're more open staring in each other's faces? I true I li- I. Like Thon, so you can be more creative you can be you know bit more wistful. I think. Think with your thinking or naturally you're endorphins. Kick in into feeling more positive jill. I'm going into not to pull a when we when we come up with our activities in our ideas for for dates. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA. Try this out today. I think we'll show you who we've on the next series, but if anyone that I think would be able to cut it with regards to. We always have a competent of fit bolts on the shy side. Yeah, I might try out they you know. I. Think it could be a bit of a game changer and I will credit you for it. Thank you very well because I do think that park run! Single and you go to park run. You're going to be a low of other people that would have a similar interests I e running there every Sunday morning, so you know which is one of the main things we talk about without dieting dating cam full very very difficult particularly at the moment, but you're right. We always say you got to look for someone. That's into the same interests as you so. So I I think there is a whole pool of untapped hotties unless units between impart run as well. You know what people are going to be off. Their bodies are going to be off the mental health. You know I'm thinking. This is a very untapped dating pool. Yeah, a dating show for people that like exercise I mean again. If you'd mentioned this years ago, people would be like later, but not. Only there might be something. Listen I. Think you need to keep that close to test and you take that straight into the production company? Stick your name on my and all anyone else Taylor I. Okay, right? We'll just not this on the podcast. Get so it and right now while you're on port and before I let you go. You have to run put quickfire quiz, which really difficult, so the first question is. Which trainers do you run? God, which was they go Added A. Little, which was about. Black and white added a okay all right. They work for you though. They went she. My I've got that. Look dreadful is what are the little night? Ones like snow like slip on slippers I. I use those for when I do. I hit training. My hair half me. Oh well, that's nice. It's good. For I apologize this is. Full style this is this is quicker than is sometimes so this is good. And how often do you go out running? Three four times a week. Quite regularly as well, and what's your favorite time to run? I would say morning a nice morning. Ronnie's yet before breakfast so I eight o'clock ish. Right on your favorite place to go for a run. Around where I live from my village, we live in basically the vicar. Of Dibley Sipho me, it's really good. It's really good. It's got really good oscillating hills and flat suits when you get you get. Out. When do you get a runner's high? I mean I know that we joked about too early our own but when? Expedient. come yet to experience it. I'll Jake. Runner's high only get it actually once. He pushed through that that I sort of five minutes and wants you. If you set your rhythm, you're in it. That's when I get for me. It's like halfway through the Ron I'm like you know what life is good fresh. The other things well, it doesn't matter what season you're in. You can really appreciate it whether it's fighting cold or whether it's warm I just taken that long hair and that's when I get my. Hi, I'm like yes. Yes, this is what about. You smiling in your face and like. Why she running with us, smile on her face and me yeah and run. For me, it's because on that date minister Torey love markets, but it's actually when Iran. It's just for me that no one around me. There's no one put it on me or Pugh can only a wanted me to wipe by bomb when I'm running as literally just me, and that is my high 'cause. That is actually when I just feel. It's just honor, and that's really nice a last question. Why do you run? Mace before great because because we can, and it's free and I'm a cheapskate. Is One of the advantages business. Free do anywhere. You don't have to sign up for a class. You can procrastinate as long as you want, but you'll still go and get it. Listen, thank you so much. It's been so nice to chat you. I haven't seen you free account. Wait to see you again and I'll give you a hug, and there won't be that fake hug from a meter of two meters apart. We'll do that. We it Kinda like elbow waves. Now where we know, we will stand there and do this weird Peter Kay, esque comedy, you, but yeah I can't wait to see probably. Hopefully it'll be some swanky event where we can quash champagne and canapes and love up. It'll probably not, but but yet. Enjoyed we can imagine not so enjoy coming on the pulse. Thank you so much for asking me. Thank you Williamson thank you so much. You're another physcially in the run. Put Run club Wu. made it.

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Episode 36: Black Parents Matter (w/ 'Scary Mommy' Nefertiti Warren)

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Episode 36: Black Parents Matter (w/ 'Scary Mommy' Nefertiti Warren)

"Hey. You got him at this one dollar. is so so from. Let's take them back. Come on. Hey Remember Ben can block. In the summertime when the? Gut. So. That the from history, almost meltsa flip flops. Shoots and leaves. You were hosing socks. A city slickers day was no voter spots. Of Worn. Off The KNOB. Will Be. My doom debtors. Parents and everyone else to. To this week's. Of Debt, heart with a podcast as always are m your hosts, Mo- Green, and I will not be wishing a happy quarantine this week. because it is a more serious time. like I said last week I did not want to get into all the events that have been taken. You know taking. An happening over the last couple of weeks in American across the world, in relation to the protests and the uprising call for change yet again in our country across the world But this week we're going to jump into it, and that's also why I have the guests that I do on on the show to talk about her experience as a black mother, raising a black son, who will eventually turn into a black man. I thought it was kind of important to this week to get that perspective on parenting. You know I think that this is a real thing that that US is people in. Yes, I say us because for. Many of you, who may not know, I am a black debt. My Dad has black hair. Dad was black and therefore my daughter's debt is black being myself, so you know I. Think it's important for us as black parents and just all parents to understand that black experience from all angles specifically when it comes to being a parent because it's another level that. Is added in based on how you know. Racially, charged our country is inherently. You know Anyway before jump into that as always to connect on a fatherhood, brotherhood, shoes email at debt harp pot, asimo DOT COM followed instagram at Har Pot and check out the website where this episode will be at the top of the tops That's hard dot, com and this is episode thirty six. It is the Marcus Smart Episode as I will call it. The Celtics Fan Myself, but it is also week forty four of data from me and I know I normally talk about my daughter's development this week, but like I, said I. WanNa talk a little bit. About how! The recent happenings in our country affects us as parents and what we can do to. Inspire our children to continue that movement, because as parents we hold a very powerful platform with the next generation simply because we are raising the next generation like I said. Many of you may not know, but I'm I'm a black man I'm a black dad. I've lived the black experience I have experienced the fear of living in this country as a black man After you know almost every day of my life. and. It's heartwarming to see that. It's a shame that it's taken such tragic and disgusting and horrid events to bring it to the forefront, but it is heartwarming to see how many people not only in this country across all fifty states, but across the world are now fighting and. Calling for the things that you know. My. Community and culture have been calling for for a countless. Amount of time since we since we. Came to this country essentially so that's awesome, and it's You know it being Black Dad being black parent. Is both in this time specifically, what's going on is both you know it's fearful, but this has made it a little bit hopeful. You know a hopeful that things are changing. People are seeing getting involved. ETC, and that's a beautiful thing all the way down to. Kids you know like there. There are apparent communities that where part of that are organizing family marches and protests, which is awesome and it's just a fan. That's amazing thing to see. But it's weird. It's a weird conundrum for for me specifically as black as a black parent. Because you know my wife, wait my mother. And my daughter actually I mean at least now Has More of the complexion of my mom and wife. Then she does me and when this all started i. Turned to my wife, and we always had this back, and forth like we both wished that she came out with more of like my complexion Because you know, be, be so pretty, you have. My skin complexion and my wife has more like reddish hair, so if she had her. My Wife's here and is my complexion. She'd be gorgeous. But she came out like my wife. And for the first time I turned to my wife when this all started and I said I'm actually thankful. That she looks more like you from her skin color than she does like me. because. She may not for that reason have to grow up. Living the same fearful experience that I lift whether that is encounters with police or just encounters with hateful people in general You know. She hopefully won't have to deal with that now. If this movie continues and there is real change in this country, nobody may have to live with that which fantastic thing but I you know. That's what I said to my wife for the first time. I'm happy. She looks more like you than she does me because she might not have to experience that and. Then I fall deeper. And I realized that My. First experience with racism and understanding that there is hatred towards black people in America. Was Not against me wasn't because of anything that happened to me. It was actually something that happened to my. Dad when I was maybe somewhere between six seven eight years old. And that made me fearful all over again for her that that could be her first experience as well. And to this day that was one of the scariest moments in my life I was six seventy eight in that range. Mom was away on business, and my dad just left me house loans ago. Hang Out! Watch the game. I'm just GONNA. Run to the store and get about apple juice. One Hour Bassey's two hours three hours four hours and I. Don't hear anything. I, I don't know where he is I. There's no like cell phones at that time so I couldn't call him. Nobody knew what was going on. Until A one of the doorman in my building. Knocked on my door and said that one of the maintenance guys was at Dagestan knows, and my dad was being arrested and him, and the owner of the Grocery store my dad was at. We're fighting with police to tell him to tell them that he was not the right person they heat. My Dad then came back a couple minutes later with dirt Oliver's feasts blood blood on his hands. On his hands on his face on his shirt, you know who's soaking wet. 'cause like from the waist down because like the apple juice. The knocked it out of his hand, spilled all over, and they thought that because he was a black guy leaving that. Grocery store that he quote unquote. FIT The bill. Of. Of Robbery on somebody who had robbed the store earlier that night. And even when the grocery store owner told them that he knew my dad, that was not the guy. The police continued to harass. Shove him up against a dirty gate next door put him in handcuffs. Put Him in the police car and. Meanwhile his six seventy year old son is at home all by himself. Scared shitless about what? Could have just happened to his father? And thinking about that even more during this time like I said meeting fearful for that could be something. My daughter could experience But like I said I'm now hopeful because. Everything that's happened over these last few weeks is incredibly hopeful and you know. My wife turns me earlier tonight actually and said the fact that they're knocking down confederate statues. Is just incredible at is because it's showing everybody or all races, all people all colors creeds. sexualities genders who cares ages. Want to eliminate that imagery that supports the racist vile us that have stood in America for so long, and that's awesome and as a father that makes me super hopeful for the life that my daughter will lead, and as parents I think it's just super fucking important that we continue to inspire our kids to follow in the footsteps of everybody that. Has Been involved in any way shape or form over the past couple of weeks, and be a part of the change continuously throughout their lives. You don't mean it doesn't stop here as parents we have. The responsibility and power to shape the future by. Inspiring and educating and. Urging, our kids to be better than we are to leave this planet world. Country City State House St. A better than. They found it At if we can do that. That is. A fantastic job that we've done this parents and that's what I definitely plan to do. And talk about it with my guest. awesome, awesome, awesome guests, black mom, raising a black Sun she has become Mommy blog, famous with the scary Mommy doing her mom scopes skits and she talks about that in guests segment that we're about to jump into and. That's what we have to do his parents. It's we have that responsibility And You know the time is now I know most people a lot of people listening very young kids, but when that time comes me in. Educating them talking to them about what's happened these last couple of weeks. How things got here? How things have changed since they were kids? ETC is an important conversation to have so I'm actually excited to to be able to have that with my daughter. Whenever I can and Hopefully she continues the movement and her generation continues the movement. The way that my generation has the generation under me he has. And continue to inspire move forward and make everything better so. That's all I got to say about that, and that's really offer for this segment this week. we're going to just jump into the musical break and on other side. We're going to jump into the guest segment with Miss. Tilly Warren was fantastic I've known her since high school like I, said she works with Scary Mommy blog. does all the MOMS scopes and is Awesome Creator actress author all that So. With only hit the musical break and I will catch you on other saw. made it. Way. Take. Day. We entering the success depression and a games. Before you got. Just gives. Rob. that. Brings a kid about Chile. Back. Just. To keep. It was fun. The sandbox. Both felt. Of The swats in off. Off Back. Episodes of debt, heart with the by cast, and as always you know when that using break hits, it is time for the guest segment of the show, and also as always I have a very very special guest. Is Actually not a dad? It is the third mom that we're going to have on the podcast. and. Not only issue, mom. She is the the scary mommy herself. The enjoy the MOM, scopes Guru. And a longtime friend of mine and we me and her go way way way way back to the high school days us. Oh, with no further. Ado Is my pleasure to introduce Miss Nefer TD Warren. How how're you? An amazing and I feel like I can hear a crowd. On. Maybe I'm losing my mind. I feel wrapped up. Thank you very much for that. Introduction and we do go way. Back, in the day. Like, that. On the show. Thank you so much for having me. Honored could be one of the new models that get the on your show. Thank, thank thank you of all. A. On and when I reached out like you know I told you. My wife like showed me like a post from scary mommy and was like Oh. This is so hilarious like watch. This and I was like Oh. What's do? She's like Oh a scary mommy. Rate just fucking. -actly. That's crazy like I. actually been meaning to hit you up to try to get you on the show for a long time, but inevitably I did a couple weeks ago. We made it happen. And I'm pumped to have you on. How're things going as? In your mom Dome World I. Know Your Son is like six years old. Going on seven slash seventy. How's everything? That has everything doing how you? How? Life like as a mom. Wow. Life as a mom right now is is twenty, four seven, I mean we always say that you know at the panel in never shut off. Since in quarantine, truly numbers. Like. Me Every single day. You know period I mean only under to myself. I'm like taking that survival or run whatever and I can be time Ben or in the shower, other than that line that. You know so. Mom! My is on. There is no right now, but it as the blessing and I love it because own I feel like. In a way this actually has vowed relationship between my son and I through actually evolved into this like no place. Because like I've had to have way more patience. Right and and but I realize that the patients came not just for him, but with my so like I thought being so hard on my soap with different things rules with like bedtime. Quarantine. Why am I going hard about bed time like this now, but can schools are we make up? We wake up and then we get our work done. Though keep this kid as possible. However, I don't put that pressure on my so that the structure has to be perfect. There is no flexibility in structure because it's like that for. My legs. Just relax lead sleigh here. Let's have a like a talk about our day will cool about our day and been will fall if we do a lot of sleep down, which is very, you know. Never worked for she was like nope. Nope, sorry, no, how need just play me? Some Michael I've been I've been playing her a lot of. Butterflies by Michael Jackson that night. Not Sir I. Don't. Think. She loves she just like your bottle. Calm down, relax. She's like put me into bed singing. Let me let him. I. At Age I wasn't really putting out and feeling. Pretty Much Rockingham and then trying to lay down and then run out. Of that? Why it one out after you put your kid to sleep there. Is like. Different, you'll ever have to do especially, if is not clean and toys. Toys a bathroom. And like an ocean about the bottle like going to grab the bottle. Gra. Are. Variously like Jordan Peele need to right the ship because that is the scariest thing for apparent you're out is like. been purposely not in that all security yet with that. In a way you're good and like I literally called on the floor is the knees. Paul away from families. And Dry. I'm, but that's it hell, no that. Scary to waiting, you can't put it. You can't put a lot of pressure yourself. This quarantine definitely like made me and my wife kind of learned that are or A hyper speed about learning that because at the beginning we were like you like China keeps structural. Okay, we have to keep your day like structured the same way it was, and she was a daycare, and this and this and that Jessica then bet at this time and this time a wake up at this time. As we've gone with just like listen, she's changing kids. Your age like they're still. He's six years old, but like they're changing all the time. You know what I mean and. Their bodies are changing. Their clocks are changing getting different concepts of time. We're having different levels of energy which music. Off In different ways so. There's no rule book to like how to do this. You know what I'm saying. You got to have to address them like. Listen to your kid. Exactly you have to adjust and just like all of those back is like earth low when they go through different milestone. That might let them. As sleet and stuff like that and Then it's like you. Like you said to your child. Because every child is different, every parent is different. You have to adjust to what you need. In comparison to what your child needs. In comparison to that moment like a case by case Dave is a moment to moment scenario like. Structure. Now should just be a nice guideline, but it shouldn't be rigid. A militant thing that it all in up in an accident that happened you know everything. Thank failed. We failed as. The worst bears ever put pressure on ourselves. We don't realize it. Is like the conscious Prussia, and then you get with all idea i. don't even know where it comes from. A moment of realize. How did you get down with scary mommy getting on the? Just blew up out of nowhere. You've always been a creative from dance poetry to. Fit a song spoken acting etc.. How did you get involved a scary mommy? And then furthermore like? How did you just hit it with this MOM's cokes? I got a scary Mommy Eight Take me talent. Agency shut up. I wouldn't audition one day through a project in. It was. It was actually for a Father Bathing Earth game that I spoke with Game Mommy. FOR THEIR BAND OF MOTHERS AND Commercial which is the spoof on Father's Day allow the case to be with their dad on father's Day. So that we you get a free time wherever light? Gag. Though that was the first thing that I both with them, and then I'm Ben I, just stay on their roster, biff editorials and a and they will call me and things and I always have fun because you know. Like, that is my five. I can't pay any other way like these. Speak the same language. The humor is nice and. And they get mom life one hundred bed because their mom to. On, so the mom came up one day a they. Created something on the fly and they had called my agent and he was like Hey. You know as available can become down. I think it was like saying joint like. Can you come down? and. They called me that was by the hell. Oh I just went over to stay and we fellow. Was One episode that day and they thought. How was they got great reviews and responses, and then took off from there and is. Sell my spine. you know I, laugh whenever I read. In. I'm just being co for that and point being the MOM that I've connected with to like radiant. They're like Oh, my God! I like. All right we know. You really do build a bond and inside and I'm I'm just thankful thankful. To that all of them by the whole experiencing out. Following the dream. Never, give up. Absolutely and it's just fantastic like number one I'm so proud and so happy because I've known you for so long and we've been. We've been rocking together. So proud and happy if you. When my wife told me that I was like, oh. Yes? We do. Phone! Taking some mom scopes right now obviously. Right guy like Oh, yeah. Like. I'm a creative. I, it's been in my favorite. Creative I can't do anything but be creative time. Member of acting company called the character. The characters to throw an off how to? Plug! Otago's on data all the. Way? It's like really does take a village. A Journey not by though when you get to any level. Or anywhere on your pat period you know so. It's like I cannot. About any expense or anything, do without getting out. To Hang. I don't care how people. Like I'm. Teen oriented. We'll put on your. Listen. That's why that's why I. Just have all my friends coming on the show like hey, you know what I'm saying like nine percent. Ninety percent of the guests that I've had on on the POD. Just happen to be my friends like a lot of them. You do real cool, fucking Shit, you know and I'm just blessed. To be friends, and and no and no people that are doing cool stuff that also happened to be. Parents have phenomenal insight on the parenting experience. You know what I mean. By. Route! With the character bird and The head writer big. Shoot well been acting Yay y'all. Know this I guess goes. I. Don't I. Don't think that. That what I I, frankly unless the character speakers away but I. Don't like. So right and I also perform it the MAG with them, and I love my tribe with the characters, and right now we're developing out of content or social media for instagram and stuff very particular way through what we put out those take the while, but you know that's just because we have ended. dropped. Accordance as creatives were also. We also technically happen to be perfectionist as creative. Because we take the stuff so seriously, you know. You want it to be perfect. You want your creative word creative message to get out in the proper way by which you mean it to get out and. That's it's like your baby. It's almost like they apparently. Being creative is just like having a second child that you can't see or feel or touch or put to bed so it always adding to you know what I'm saying. I. Any family like. A apparently. Being creative. Jobs like you do have moments where I. Don't for me a myself. I have moments where it's like I have high productivity and then I can have long I'm like okay. You know like my creative is at rest at this point in time. You know what I mean by. Again. That's balance like with this quarantine I'm. Constantly working on creating content and add an independent you know company. and. Grinding where the ones that are filming. Editing, we learn how to edit you know and it's like you know any any artist. Especially, any independent artists knows hard in work that maybe. Put An. End The hour and everything like that, so it's like I think actually the with with my team with the characters, even like I literally don't something earlier today. Oh sure so, thank God balance. Of creating and then auto are to have my mom, life and mom, time and mom duties and responsibilities and have fun with family, too. You know I'd be feeling bad. Sometimes when I'm always focused on, okay. Hey, buddy, I'm sorry. I can't play we right now because I got it. The. Whole thing is so tough, especially now like me and my wife both working, and like you know like having a past pass my daughter off like a hot potato, and then like when she was run around and like. One of US I can't do this with you right now like I just goosing the bouncing. Bouncy chair for a second and then just watch Elmo let me finish. This can go and do the whole thing it's. It's crazy to hold the whole experience for for parents work the work parents balanced is becoming like a art that is being mastered by or attempting faster by every parent out there right now and this. Full speed ahead like Oh, you want to. Manage that work life balance here you go. We're GONNA. Call Quarantine. You're going be to do that. It's so true and it's. Like honestly very stressful to be with your child in the same space as you are working as well, it's stressful. There's a different when you know you're touted. They would be at school or daycare. And then you can get work done MP productive in a different way. You know you don't have the race in your productivity because you've got features how? You gotta up to them. And it stressful. Period and so therefore it's like you have to find a way. Who the stress which is good for you so for me what I've been doing in the corning is I've been becoming way more aware what I need, and what my body needs an honoring that and giving time for that in pushing shit back. If me because again, we're in a quarantine, so it's like. The headline is actually coming up. If we're call then anyway, you know so. It's like being flexible with that and you know And being kind to myself I get my fade burning and I gave my handle, and instead play a base or myself and quiet time to get my self centered as literally like. Increase my energy in the positive five. Have though that I can tackle the day and. Vice Column Chemistry Scary. Right now. I got A. Couple of. Bad. Now for real. It's like Oh, it's so true! It's so real I mean. How are you managing your work? Life balance like. Is there anything that you've discovered in quarantine with the work life? Balance that you're like okay. This working for me that you didn't know one. I am always been. The type of person that can just flip the switch on and off when I need to flip the switch on and off and like I just do that. You know what I mean like it's Kinda like nature so like when I need to when I need to be working i. Work I'm in that mode. You know what I mean like. It doesn't matter from a call if it doesn't matter if I'm like doing. Computer ship. Whatever like I'm in the zone and like he's like, do not like. Bring bring the baby into the room. This is the time this the time that I'm in this zone like me and my wife been really good about. About going back and forth with each other's schedules, and of like scanning things around our schedules so that we can play that hot potato game if if need be you know what I mean. Sometimes. Pause go long, and and my calls bleed into when she had call so now all of a sudden. My baby is on my lap in the middle resume. You don't have anything so. And same thing with her, but but like when I can always turn, and when it's my turn to take the baby I am off like work. Out a shut off and on in dad mode now like because I I know that's needs. Be Able to do, and that's what it is like. That's what I have to do. It makes it a little bit more difficult, being in the same space all the time, but like. That's that's how it is like look like a have like set up like a space in our bedrooms. That I can close off. That's like my workspace. You know what I mean so I can have that little bit of separation, but that's how I just always had that ability to kind of turn off on as I, need to and can kind of compartmentalize things in my head. and. It's like meet hasn't been the worst thing in the world to be able to have that separation. It's more like just time management and that's kind of. Learn to do a little bit more. You know what I mean. Right right exactly about that. I'm mentioned now and now I'm learning to the day like not if time might not work for me on. This and yet we are in a quarantine and you know people might look you like, but whatever you doing, but has parent. Those those are the people we call not knowing what it's like to have kids. Back because as You know I do have other things to do whether. It's on my phone I need to be a good base for my. Management One hundred defense is definitely important was. The other thing, too is like creating space in the bedroom. It's so important that have space athletic. Needed on were Hoda. Or for though care, a whole lot of. Home Improvement to like. Ouaga create an environment that will that will call a heart attack and. Nurture so care when you need it to you. Yeah for sure. I'm actually I'm actually really excited that. It worked out that we're talking this week and I'm mentioning you going back and forth that I definitely wanted to. Talk to you a little bit about the everything that's been going on in the world civically in our country, in regards to the you know the floyd murderer, and the protests and The re uprising again for what seems like the four million time. That they're not that. There needs to be changed coming in our country systematically culturally. Communicate communicate of effectively if that's even. and I'm I'm really really excited to work that. We're talking this week. After this first round, protests have gone on, and things are starting to the. Voices starting to be heard finally for consonants like the sixties. And the reason I'm happy. We're having a conversation is because they're black. Mom I'm a black CAP. And you're you're raising a black son who is going to evolve into being a black man and like? From your perspective. How is the incident incidents that have sparked the recent uprising? How is that played into it? How would you talking to your son about that? Are you scared that a? Be Black. Just do like five really deep questions at you at the Tom, really deep subject matter, but like this has been raised in my head to talk to you about all week because. I couldn't imagine what it's like to be a mother raising. Raising a black man in this moment here. So like how is how is that affecting you? How is that affecting your your head space? And like and like I said. How are you commute talking about what your? So A Lot. it's like wait. I even begin. so I actually was just on Zoom Zoom with the Ash Academy they had a physical and mental health amid on the doom, and they had some speakers talked about mental health and one of the things that they had spoke about was vicarious trauma, and it themed Bhai. I feel like Kinda identify with you. Know like though I can go through that trauma ethically I feel vicariously, and I feel that more than ever now with the murder of George Floyd everything that's going on. It's like the weight is definitely like. Call now and And that's why for me. I take a lot of time again back with the care and taking moments to you know. Be dilated, who prayed amended paid to get my face and tries to recenter myself if I realized that my brain is not in a good place, and I might not know why you know off the Bat, but then I know that it's coming from a place of this vicarious trauma, and then so it's like. When it comes to. Stanley so I've had moments recently where we we went outside the other day and we were going I. Think for the LAUNDROMAT. And he was minding in front of me and I just had a moment of looking at him and had to right then and there my head said I pray that you slow up and have a long life. And it's a shame that. Prayer. Have to the even made in in this time because it's like yeah, of course like you know, every parent wants their is live on in that. You know you don't even think of that. You don't think twice about united mean, but it's like I. Really got to pray hard over you that it's like. I pray that you have a long life and that you don't get taken out of this world. By the hands of. Just evil, in mean like just fucking malicious evil sick individuals. It's like a trainer that doesn't. Come your way I. played it that the come to your door I, pray for his protection and you know and. That was a parking outer body. The real moment of like I'm watching him. Run an enemy, and it's like I. Don't know the future and I pray that you know that is in his future. Because no mother wants that no matter what color you are, you know what I mean, and if I'm praying for him, more solve for that and that does you know worry me? It does Bakersfield from type of way, but I don't give into the fear so much pain because you can't live your life. GotTa, mean in the fight. Because at the end they like fears energy to. Like. Hit acknowledged everything, but we also have to be mindful in wise and discern where we put our attention to, and so so I have to fear I'm GonNa have a field, but then I'm GonNa. Combat it with my spirituality. I'M GONNA. Come back with going to God about the implying about it, you know. And so then typically in speaking to him. I, don't. Hell like a fine line. You know what I'm saying. With him, being so young, also like I I. have to really. Instilled in him. Thank you exactly one hundred and thousand, a million percent like on common pies from it as an adult yet and saying what is that going to him at the child and I don't want that to be his first impressions of the world, though these things can happen in the world I don't want that to be his his foundation of what the world is, you know? and. It's like. You know people would want to be. You know to be real and shit like that and it's like. I feel you what you know what I'm saying like. There's still things that I'd rather teach him love I. teach him about being proud of himself as a young black boy that one day be a black man that's going with him. More now is is giving him the lessons of black pride about his black history, so that we saw from there that'll be the route that would be the foundation and Ben. As you grow and learn more than you can see, yesterday's new here and there and what I tell him into key things about black history is because black history is so traumatic ended up so I have to remind him that like listen. I know that a lot of that happen to black people at the hands of white people in these studies, but not like people are evil. and. Let him know that there's include people that people. Period does have a good offense. One of the good people being I just want you to grow into good person, no matter what and we all have our differences respect people for their differences for the different for different orientation, for whatever that there is are, you can respect one another, but just choose to rock with the people that are good, and you stand up against the people that are you know that a bad and that to try to write in that united meets again. So. I'M NOT GONNA. Teach you how to go to war in an. Adult and Bringing up like I call right. That, this is the whole the whole other element, I. Also. Get into. The whole the element and then it's. Even if his dad and I were still together, we would still have these differences because they have two different perspectives on. Subjects Anatomy. co-parenting not this is a subject that sometimes we have different like his dad that want to give him a little bit more of the real. and. And that's another layer like I am a black woman yet, but I'm not black man, so I don't necessarily understand where he might be coming from some time. With one thing you know are fun to learn about this. Birds I know that his dad did. Have you know situations with like shady law enforcement trying to harass him, so it's like okay. What I understand that I've seen that where he's coming from and why? These things, but then I also feel like again. He is young and though this is happening, I don't want to instill fear in him and Alpo don't want to instill. Hey in him. I don't want him to grow up and be hating fucking cop because. Not all cops. It the bad. It it's been one bad apple ruins it for the rest of them. Bad Cop, it's the plaid person that just happens to be a cop as a professional exactly exactly who? Don't who wanted to the Youth Authority who? Got A job and you know. Authority in a lot of. A lot like. My cousin is like has always been like connected with with law enforcement, and and has held it a high standard. He's a fire. He's a firefighter. And stuff like that and I was talking to him about it. About everything and. He was saved Dude I. Just know so many bad dudes that are cops and they all do. Probably got bullied when they were fucking kids and I became cops so that now they can bully the people that that didn't bully them necessarily, but now they can be the bullies and the. Potential bad, dudes! Took a profession that put them in up when a power that enabled them to do that. Thing too, because it's like. Call it the United States Being malicious. election-eve fucking like anti like that's the part you know what I mean, and so it's true it's hot either within the family, or it's caught by experiences, and you develop certain in defense mechanisms. You know what I mean like. If somebody was bullied, and then they learn in their art, because of the experience of being bullied, and now they're ab, person and whenever. Whenever, they get a chance to you. Know Hatred, and therefore I feel like our job as parents. We have to have to have to not forget the big lesson big -nificant, let of compassion of teaching our children to be kind to have empathy and to respect other than to respect and life, and to respect themselves as well. You know what I mean. Don't think have to be instilled in them. We can't soon that they haven't you know. GotTa. Tell them these things just like you can't assume that your child knows that you love them. Like there are caves the grow up and don't think that they were loved by their parents at all be their parent never told them that they. Were like Oh man I did that and the therapy is like you never said it. You know so worth a powerful and you know like. There is power in the tongue, is life and death in the tongue, so you have to be mindful of what you're teaching kids, Cure. Telling them what they're hearing what they're listening to what they're reading and what? You're instilling in them by the things that you say so. It's a fine line and it's like. You know I do my invest to. It not that I wanted to like. Put Him in a bubble. Because absolutely not because that's not good, but it's like. We get to the certain lessons than the threatened talk. And in the right time. and. Once again is tricky, because replied, going through this country and you know. Social, media and everything like that like. There you can't. You can't avoid what's going on. That's right. That's what I'm thankful to. My daughter is so young. She has understands shit. You know what I mean so land. Like. You know when we were growing, we didn't have. been an elementary school. You know what I mean like this whole social media experience especially for the younger generation, and then being on all the time, and then being so worried about what anybody open thinking of saying, that's a whole other Gore game you know, and it's like having to teach in that, too like you don't think about what also saying on common thing, or whatever the case you know like. I always family like. When I always come, 'cause he's takes. Thankfully, he doesn't have to deal with this yet. But you know I'm like. If somebody was picking on you, you have to think about it like Oh. Okay is what they're saying true like now if it's not true, then who? person like they can't do not. As, long as they don't put their hands on anything like that and you know. Who cares a fan thing you can ignore? Things you can combat with your words or just walk away, and then if somebody tries to physically harm you, then you know you've got a hand defenders. Wanted. But like this fantasy and level it, Info. Media! You know always on, and this is beautiful. Mean that's going on and pretty much, says something to the extent of like. Basically you gotTa know what Lane you're in within the movement. For like some people might be protesting something blame. People might be you know something out for me. My main is you know continuing to instill positive liberty in this world. Gave love to my son alight another thing that I do like that being off I do like the all the other culture is being even louder than they were before. Out The injustice about black lives, matter and not. All lives matter likewise data period. We don't need to pay. All lives matter behind black lives matter. We shouldn't have to say black lives matter all lives matter you know what I mean. I love the I love the people come out and say. With black lives, matter and billy generally mean you know what I mean that purchase by heart, because so often you know the Yvo people in power and stuff like that and in places of framing messaging. They would rather have black people at nobody here. Left? Me But it's like. There's people out there who actually do care and we're hearing that we're all quarantine. There's nowhere else to go, but social media can fine on my feet. I The a lot of people carry in. It was beautiful. That is what gives me hope that is what I WANNA instill in my feature, because if we get it right with our kids to not. Be Better. That's what's important like an and that's also interested to ask you question. Right and talk to you about it about about the relationship to what's going on and you and your son because that's where it really has to start, you know what I mean like people that people are an our parents. Generation actually did a good job because it's all in our generation, and then just just younger than us that are making this or happen, you know. It's not unlike. Some some people are parents, age or our grandparent's age like the. Dude got thrown on the ground and fucking buffalo by the cops and stepped over, but Like an excellent. We have to know that but that, but that's what we to do. We have to start with with with the youth and our kids, and so for us as parents right now to be able to you know, relate a positive message and an even know there's there's violence in his looting, and and there is both peaceful and non peaceful protests going on it, even if do violence coming from both of you know whatever it is. It with with us as parents to let our children know that this is. Can this can change. You do have a voice to be able to change something and be a part of the GOODA process that we can agree to to make that happen. To, the good puck and person. Your child to the good earth bit in I. Mean and like and be there for them to be that visiting ear for them as well creating an environment that is a farming for them, and that is safer than that, even if they are person, but then they happen to be the kids getting bullied, you know, let them be able to come home and then talk to really beginning here about their day like. Don't let up until you get down to the bottom of the day. You know when your child is all dumping. With other that you can't see that something's going on. Gift, that competent. I. My son is MMA classes in answer that do colognes a defendant. Though, because the worst thing I would think is to learn how to hide in a fucking site. That should scare us. You got a fifty fifty chance winning or losing one, and it's like you y'all need to learn right then in the like learn how to defend yourself, and then that discipline of defending your open respect that I feel like you know martial arts can bring. It doesn't break down into the breakdown yourself being, and because that's important. Our kids need to be taught love compassion, self esteem. You know what I need to know that there weren't something that other people are worth something to you know, and and they often need to understand and we all pepe teach appropriate reactions. To. Feeling their ballot, anger is a valid feeling with. Don't let that over over Compu-. Know you think about that in fact. Be An inauguration are learning now incentive like the self work in healthcare that we're doing if we infill in our kids and now my God, they're going to be a powerful with all of you know like we all in therapy. Like we give if we pass the gem for the now? They're going to need therapy later. You not. Changed the world got that was, that was incredibly powerful and so I'm I'm not I. can't even I can't even go anywhere beyond that So what would I do what I do like to do? At the end of every conversation with a dwellers, dad mom that I have are on their two questions that I. Like to throw out and get an get everybody's everybody's answers to them, so I'm GonNa. Go first one out to you before we wrap up here in a second. And a person is given all everything everything. We talked about your whole. The Whole Motherhood Experience what has been your favorite thing about being a mom being a parent a to your son. You know what my favorite thing about being a parent. Honestly is like the love that precipitated back from my friend like he's about to. Do like like that that that I feel like okay I'm doing a good job like. Literally the other day I think I might have been looking tired or strength. Yeah, I was doing work and. Finish. And he's like Mommy. If you need a hug like help, you get work. and. Allied. Aside. When he has that love and again you know kids are born with love. You know like when I see that that that, though the my favorite moments of being mom just like the bond that he and I have in the love that we share it so fucking dope like. Point right now at my homie. That's incredible. That's a really good one. I haven't actually haven't heard that one before. That's fantastic. I can't. I can't imagine how much. How awesome it must have felt to have your son confidence. Ask if you need a hug, 'cause you know so. Because you know sometimes you just need that hug. You know what I mean like. Oh! That's amazing. I. Being like how you rub off on these little human beings, because like I said I'm doing so much like thought care, and like meditation music and other than that, so there's times he went on working on my computer Ed. He'll turn on Youtube and i. a meditation can be for like productivity and my place and meditation. Out Me Work and I'm like. The second one the second question I ask is. Basically, just V to learn from a self does the selfish question you know like? The point of the Pie. Like they're. giving. So the second question as For any parent. You're six years in right. You're six years into this parenting thing which is. It's crazy. We have kids number one, but anyway I. into. It. But you're sixers years. Yeah, what is the best piece biggest piece of advice or best piece of advice or words of encouragement or you know? Whatever have you Whatever you WANNA take it. That you could give a parent that is a new parent like or just Kinda. Someone that's behind you in the process. Anything you say that? You really have to. Govern. And honor what works where you and your child? Who says each child is different as the pan is different, you know we have different parenting styles and know that it is okay. Well. Work for you, okay? Are you guys happy at the end? They say like if if the answer's yes, then that in okay, you're not. I mean like sometimes. Society makes us think that we have to do things on certain type of way, and that is not the case. If that doesn't want, doesn't want you and. You know like. Find Cover. It comprises trial ever so discover. Allow Yourself space to discover. You know if you run into an ever, don't beat yourself up. On it, you know, and then make those teachable moments with your child. Don't you teach your child all the time like learn with your child. Talk with your child. Build with your child for the guys grow together. Yeah, and then they can have that beautiful. Beautiful reciprocal relationship that that you your son now have where he's lowering. Life Without they can. They can understand what you need. In the same way that you understand what they need and can can can help you out when when you're in need of it. You know what I mean that's that's what we're trying to. You know really always trying to raise our kids to do is take care of us at the end of the day so. Exactly. That's a beautiful. You know for sure for sure, absolutely absolutely absolutely. Td, this is fantastic I really appreciate. You. You. Come by anytime. We could do all that. We could do all that shit. You're you have the open invitation to come that whenever you would like. We could do it. We do it up because this is. This is fantastic. and you know anybody anybody who shot up ten of tra-. Find Your content scary. Mommy stuff! The moms stuff that you're doing how can they? How can they get on that? How can they find it? How can they follow? How can they be a part of your tribe in doing that? Would say the best thing would be my incident page if you follow me, At never td that Warren. INSTAGRAM would be. The best way to reach me like my lengthy, you know if you click on Instagram, then you can get to my different other things Um and stuff like that and Oh, it can. Whatever plugging one? Year I felt. My, but is called art vitrine. So Paul Harvey Dream and an encouraging never give up and I wrote it as able for poor children, but really for people of all ages to inspire them and incursions, and never ever ever ever ever give up on their dreams because. United gave up on. So. With the book I, recently have created a lesson plan which I like to call and Intel's men, plan and activity packed. Company the book or Poem Who Parents Out there? If you want to ask some positivity to your home, school routine or just see a child library on something that you and your child I created that and you can check it out on. instagram pains in my bio is the link to the website for the book, and for encouraging packet, and its newly dope again. It's not all ages, but it's fun thing. Here's the kids and I also have a parent corner with in the elected. Against Houston. And to engage with your as well because it done with, I've been flying and positive relationship, and then that how you're going to get through this together. That's awesome. Did that we'd be talking to. You mentioned Oman God's Jesus. I know. Let me know. Arrive at buying. Happy waiting for her. Philly Philly. I will gift it to you. Let me know Bernie. I finished you do, Roy. How you like I? mean the baby, but this is the first time. Ever all that's awesome. I I will I'm GonNa hit you up our mu going to some info to get that from you because I want her to love it and frame it and put it on. Her every single night and no like. Tensely. Daddy's home. Well Congratulations on that. That's unbelievable on. You definitely you're. You're definitely GONNA. have to come back on especially when you when you can get all the all the character stuff up running td. Thank you so very much I will talk very soon. Your best! Excited you came on and we got to talk, we got to catch up. And obviously. A good. Everything. Off. Denegrate. I appreciate it. Very much. 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