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EP 34 - CRICKET with Peter Murphy

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EP 34 - CRICKET with Peter Murphy

"This is Stephen and this. Sasha this is shut up I love it at podcast where we're invited guests to talk about something they love but the rest of the world seems ill. I don't know fishy about Fishy absolutely Although today our topic might be a bit of a reversal of that. That's true but before we start talking about that. Let's introduce our guest. He is seen on MTV. Who on comedy central? He's a writer actor producer currently producing animated shorts for Arcade Cloud Youtube channel that reaches over two million subscribers. Human people right there. That's right his debut. Comedy album notice is now available on all streaming platforms. He is Peter. Gosh Yeah Hey shut up. I love this podcast Thank you so much that intro. Yeah it's meets Peter. I'm here thank you for being here. Yeah you're welcome have me. What are you here to talk about? Peter are this is what the episodes about. It's about cricket a sport the animal not the animal and not just any cricket. We're talking test cricket. Oh I'll tell you what specifically it's about but no it's not the animal number one not those little Chirpy Chirpy. Chirpy guys chirp phone guys. Yeah the the only the only people that are laugh at jokes that are bad are crickets. Because they're making some kind of noise right crickets. They're they're real easy crowd. They're laughing. Yeah exactly yeah yeah. It's a lot of noise if you do a show to a crowd of crickets. I assume so. This is interesting. Topic because globally yes. Cricket is huge. But dos I think right on the world after soccer yeah makes sense yes absolutely but for us in America. I feel like ninety. Nine percent of the population has no idea how it works. The sport of America Right. It's a mystery to them. Some of them even read about it. Still don't understand how it works like me. Oh yeah research on it. Yeah and I just gave up. Sure sure well. It's a popular sports a fun sport. And it's one of those things that you know how everybody has a job and you you do your job but there's a difference between doing your job and then explaining your job to somebody else that needs to do the job like training somebody else. So I feel like if I if we were out playing cricket right now and I'll get into specific second free but if we were out playing cricket right now you'd be able to play just fine. You'd be one of the eleven players you you would sort of get it but you wouldn't be able to explain it in you know enough to convince someone to play it. You know what I mean and a lot of ways. That people improv right. I guess so. Yeah Yeah I mean. You're doing it if you're just doing it. There's no need but then if you wanNA bring somebody to do it then you explain it and like a game. Here's the thing about it. Yeah exactly when I has. Anyone ever said this to you guys. When I started doing improv classes there were like. How do you practice Improv? I thought it was all made up and I'm like Oh my God you're so funny. It's it's a joke. That just never gets a lot but yeah I think yeah cricket was probably I mean I would guess number two sport in the world. It's gotTa be right in India The continent of Australia America has a team. We do have a national team. Practice official team. Good question they PR- yeah an official team. They they had matches here in two thousand nineteen in summer. Two thousand eighteen practice matches or just exhibitions. That sort of thing. I think it was in an effort to get more. Americans into the game didn't work. I remember working in New York for a while and for like eight years or so and I remember like we just came to New York and I was doing this like we are jobs in like one of the first job that I got was working at a Deli on the upper west side and it was all all it was all of. My Co workers were Trinidadian guys so like I got like really like familiar with Trinidadian culture and stuff and he was talking about cricket like Connolly. Yes you in the hottest sport day like like every weekend there were like we're gonNA play cricket so that was like my first and probably last most impactful like interaction with like cricket. They never invited you to come. Get on the pitch you wouldn't you know man. I mean I don't know if there's many places in New York to play cricket in the city maybe probably in Queens. I think that when they live there was some kind of parks. They blew brake setup involved cricket right because you've got to put those largest things The wickets yes. Yeah of course you need the stumps and top of the stumps. Go the wickets exactly. Yeah three videos about it. I read the words but I didn't bother to memorize them. It took me three videos on Youtube to really start to get it. Yeah and it was only when I started watching a video that also like showed you the thing I watch like two videos that were like drawn pictures and it was like obviously his fourth In know any was British and he was like why. Don't you get this? What I think thinking. So we're saying cricket is probably the number two sport in the world. I think it's probably top five beep sports interesting because you can play it on the beach. I mean if you could not some deep sea can be fun on the beach if you have like a big group of like twenty two point two people maybe but like maybe less than one of the videos I watched the guy was like you can play cricket with Four People. You can play with six people in a room. I played it in a bathroom once. My parents got very often. I actually swear to God so I'll tell you guys how I got into cricket One time I I before I tell you how I got into cricket. The person who introduced me to this sport was old roommate and we used to play in our hallway in our apartment and it was just the two of us. I would be a battered. There'd be a bowler and then just another friend of whoever whoever was home at two. Am to fetch the. Yeah exactly and yes. We could play it anywhere. Yeah the three of US could play it in the studio well. I'm glad that you said that because I have my clubs here. I have my bad lock me. Yeah exactly yeah so Peter. When was that? When did you first start to get the bug cool? Yes so I no pun intended. It's got a cricket cricket CHIRP CHIRP. I okay so it must've been two thousand fourteen. I have this roommate a yeah. I this remained who had gotten into it in college because he had college. Roommates who watched watched the game but also It became sort of a tradition in my apartment to read around like twelve thirty one. Am If there were people over we would put on. Youtube watch live streams of cricket. Because obviously it's happening in India like the Indian Premier League is happening just because globally. Yeah the time difference where it is so then we would sort of watch it. Sort of like beyond. It's like it's like watching like an old movie with the sound off in a bar which is popular here in. La In some places right kind of worried especially if it's a movie that everybody either seen or it's a cassette should be or see movie that nobody cared downtown and there's like Casablanca on the TV. Yeah Yeah and I'm thinking of like James Barr they play movies and then darkroom well-sponsored. Yeah exactly yeah especially Casa Blanca Years Looking at. You sounds like this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship. This is citizen Kane wasn't that was from. Yeah yeah so my friend so my friend Matt. He was my roommate and he he just put it on and then every weekend we ended up leg watching this just not by not playing watching is watching. Yes exactly and he would explain the rules every weekend and I was still right over my head. It wouldn't make I was like okay getting hands on yet. I wasn't yes exactly if we were playing then great The time that I've played I've never seen a matching person. I've watched on TV. But I've never the Times that I played are been have been on the beach and they've been fun and it's usually like it's usually the group of people that I'm with. It's either guys think they're great at any sports or like. Yeah I can do that. And then they totally failed which is kind of fun to watch and then people can worry exactly and then people that kind of like to stand around and not do much. But they're in they're participating in a sport. You know what I mean. Yeah that was me and little league. Yeah I would be in deep right field looking at clovers on the ground. Yeah per why? Why only playing right field was Tangalle. Well this was pretty much. My entire literally. Career was me standing and right field barely paying attention. My mom now says the way that she phrases that I like being part of the like social aspect of it. Will you socializing on? I made friends with the team and that kind of thing. I think I liked being around all these other people show but I was never good and I was afraid of the ball of the war. And they're fast. You know like not as fast as the big leagues but Facet of. That's going to sting if I mean yeah. You haven't even really developed any sort of reaction times still now Yeah it's probably too late. I mean not you anyone but yet together. You're still can't get off. Well that's another. That's another interesting. Part of cricket is in baseball like you're describing Yeah the balls hard and it's hit you know with the bat and it's traveling at you but you're armed with a glove or you know the ability to dodge it maybe In cricket no gloves not really gloves. Some of this stuff. I saw like the the The person in the essentially catcher position. I saw some of them with gloves. But yeah no one that. I saw like the outfield had gloves or anything. They're just catching these balls with their bare hands and the ball. Yeah what's the ball like? The ball is like Gosh. It's almost. It's almost like a baseball but it's bold pitch. No it's like a hard like patent. Leather is the only one way to describe. Also if you play on the beach you can play with like a rubber ball or if you're in the house their rubber balls it's just. There's you know a baseball. It's got those what's a good way to put it it's This like figure this like an eight type of shape and new releases the laces create a certain shape and grip with OCTA. Yes or anyone in baseball news. Stitching pattern the stitching pattern for a cricket like you know the ball that you bowl is just around it. So it's just like like a Saturn ring basically but it's you know it's stitched as tight as possible and you know you just pick one up and it's Maybe the little lighter than baseball but just like hard yes no. It's not bouncing at all. What about the bat are a day similar to the baseball bats? So no thinking about the baseball bat and it's That's what makes baseball challenging is. It's a round ball round bat for cricket IT'S You know you've got your bat and it's a flat. It's flat like kind of like the The boat would he call to an or or. Oh Yeah Yeah. That's a good way to put it but like but yeah but the or part is like extended. I guess or the part that you would put in the water it'd be extended up and it's more like For Deaf it's more strategic in the way that you use it like in baseball. Which is you know the obvious Comparison and baseball pitchers trying to get you out by hitting the ball in the stretch on getting it passed to you. In cricket the Bowler is trying to knock over your wicket but since the bat is shaped a certain way you can just Angola you can have unlimited in test cricket you can have unlimited like foul balls quote unquote and you know just sort of like you. Don't have to swing for the fences but if you You Know Swing your bat you know at such a pace that you you can just sort of like hit it behind you and it in in the pitch the pit we're getting into it. We're getting test okay. So version of cricket. Great Gregor okay. So I don't test. Cricket is the crooked that everybody understands like like understand in the sense that like you can point at and say. Wow that's cricket. That is a lot so test. Cricket is two innings and it can last up to five days three days. Yes three days five days and that's because there are no overs and there are two innings and over is when a pitcher pitches the ball six times. That's an over. But for test. Cricket the rules are there two innings so Everybody bats twice and you bat until you get out and that's pretty much it like. That's how long it lasts until it's over and I'm and the excitement I have about. It is is pretty much because I haven't been to a actual cricket match but I can't imagine going and then being there checking in every day for five days as a Fan. That's all that's why. And that's like the traditional sense of it but obviously like today's game they speed it up or you'll have like one inning in a certain amount of overs. Indian Premier League which is the main. I forget exactly what they do day. I saw I was seeing that. There's like one of the videos. I watched through the three major forms. There's test cricket. Which is what you're just describing. There's the IC which I assume maybe it was like International Cricket Company Corporation And they do fifty overs per innings. Okay and over is just three bowls. Three Pitches Zik. Srb Six six six so essentially like six. Each side throws three hundred bowls and then then then the game's over And then the third one was. It's called T. Twenty which is just twenty overs. So even shorter goes quicker. Yeah I'm all in for the test. Give me give me the longest like most arduous like like in test cricket the players if you look at the players they by the end of it our sunburnt. They're they're wearing the coolest like God like safari hats and they. They don't look like athletes. They look like they're just lounging around. They've got this all this loose clothing like linen clothing and it but but at the same time there's this like essentially a little meteor being hit off of like a flat bat like coming at your face in your armed with you know unless you're the catcher almost nothing So have you catch it in the air? It's like Oh my God and their strategy to it but I like the guy you know the way to score so okay. Here's how you scored why they run back and forth a bunch. Compare to baseball so eleven. So there's two batters on the field but you only bowl to one of the batter's that time obviously there can't be two balls in but that would probably make it exciting. I'll be like sure but then so let's say you bowl the ball to me. I hit it and it's in Infield so there's the pitch where all the Pitching happens. Then there's the infield and there's the outfield like baseball but Think of it as like a circle not not trying Diamond Yay so then pitch Infield outfield. And let's say I hit. It ended a maybe makes it to the outfield on the ground. And it rolls but one of the outfielders picks it up in that time that takes them pick it up however long it takes or how many ever times me and my partner decide. Because there's another batter on the field to carrying their back decide to run back and forth. That's one point every time we go back and forth that's how you score points That's one way to score points another way. If you hit it and it reaches the boundary can roll it can hop can skip bounce but it go leaves the field of play like a home run. Would in baseball then. That's four points but if if you bullet and you hit it out and doesn't touch the ground and it goes over the boundary six points. Whoa and about how many points do I want to get to the end of it? That's the thing you want to get it just as many as you can because one interesting thing about cricket that I I mean. There's a lot of things that I did not know before I started watching the videos but one of the things that I definitely didn't realize is that half of the game as one team batting and the other half of the game is the other team batting not like going back and forth the way that you do in Baseball. Just you have your chance. And then the other team has their chance and that's it. So how many do we are we talking like? There's definitely a ballpark no pun. Intended like for you know for like even like basketball score like yeah what are you. What are you end up with after four days of doing that thing? I don't know because an inning is when everybody bats so and you know you pretty much you pretty much but you flip a coin to see who goes first and who goes second. It's not a home team away team. And it's got to be like the Shitty Law that you Paul. Oh you do. It seems like you would wanna go second so you have. Yeah you'd want to go second so you have like my. Yeah how many you need to get exactly exactly so you have a goal in mind like two hundred runs. You know several hundreds yes so after I watched the how to videos I watched some highlight videos of matches. I at one point I watched. It was the last three overs of a match between India and Australia and it was like this huge comeback for me too. What a rivalry too. Yeah Yeah that one I think was going up to like the the the mid hundreds but then I watched it another one. That was up in the three hundred between India and Pakistan. And that was that was like Yeah Yeah Wow so yeah. It seems like it can go. And there's a lot of scoring AF for a game that's considered quote unquote like boring or not. It's not as appealing. You know you think about this. Well it's fast scoring you. Think about Hockey there's fighting. It's like it's like. There's a lot of scoring happening. You know yeah so. Women appeared appear to play the sport. Right there's league good. Yeah I just looked up randomly hottest cricket players and then the female came up like the first thing. Yeah suge Elise Perry Australian cricketer. We've gone well. She's a Sierra Taylor. All at over that hot to be honest thing right well. Yeah there's some crooked Babes Babes. Yeah well listen Indian lady there. Are Things pretty okay? Well no I just looked up hottest male cricket. All right Oh Yeah and We've got VIRATA coli. Very Course Kevin Pietersen Shaheed Afridi And then if you go to images There's a beautiful picture of three men holding their bats. In front of their penises. Ow Oh yeah I like that. Wow that's good. That's those are good looking guys by the way I assume they're all British Australia. And we're Indian engine or oh well these guys. So what's the like the best team like you know because I like soccer like changes like every Brazil is like always like one of the best? I mean I was Germany's got to look up this. I was looking up this incident out. Maybe we'll talk about what's happening here. I would say the best teams I mean India New Zealand. Australia all right. Yeah and obviously that Britain I mean they're good but they I mean starting they're good. I mean the damn thing along with colonizing those contract and there's just you know they start. These New England starts these like international rants us. Yes soccer like soccer cricket like sports and then now they're terrible at them. Wow Yeah do busy coming to Hollywood and taking over roles off very intense channels. Been looking at hot. What did you trick hottest cricket players male but actually crooked weird as find a way and into this because I I don't know to me like there's two kinds of sports right guys. It's worth but there's two kinds of sports. The one kind of sport the team sports. I'm talking teams for it. So one is like the constant action right like we're talking like basketball basketball is great example. I find it very fun to watch like almost like. Don't WanNa wash it all get sucked in right away. I'll pick team and they'll be like a couple of hours and so you don't have a team. I don't have a team. No I don't watch sports but like this because of this and so then like Soccer I find interesting. Even though like things rarely happen happen. Yeah there's kind of motion there's Movement. There's yeah bubbling there's activity. There's some kind of brewing happening to that. I say you're right but I think there's a way to watch each sport. That's different like in basketball. Love the action of the scoring. Three point shots dunks creativity but in soccer and then. I'll get into cricket in soccer. I think it's just as impressive to score like on same plane. You you say. A mid range jumper is just as exciting to watch as a A difficult diagonal pass you know connect and then in the way that I want. Try and watch it. You know where you think about What's happening and then so in cricket it's all about the build up like it's like these guys are silly you're gonNA say like the second version was probably like the second kind right off. Sports with cricket fits base- baseball right like array of like static static. There's no lack of movement rangers black hole the action and all of a sudden shit's going down everybody's free American football's the same way kind of right like just stuff is people are moving but then like the big. Shit's going down your war. Whoa WHOA that's when everybody gets like sucked into the battle looks away from their beer and like in the person talking to looks at the screen. That's a really great point in in the sense that like I think football American football is easier to watch at home. I would say cricket has to be easier to watch at home because of you know the time in between bowls. Same with baseball. Probably but there's a certain you've been to a ton of like baseball parks. There's a certain line it's like a nick. Nick Yeah exactly nine actually. And that's what I- I picture myself going one of these test cricket matches and I'm there for like five days straight and I'm having a coach Coachella almost like. Oh my gosh yeah. That's a great. Yes exactly Oh man yes yes camping hanging out of neither little guitar a little campfire ride like a little. Yeah yeah must be like a community in like the parking lot. Every night I tell Winnebago with the family that Mu- that probably is really cool. Very family friendly. Sounds like you like your year around all right and may were all going to go to the test cricket match. Oh my gosh. That's what we're spent takes off of work and we're going to go to the test match. Peter like baseball more than cricket or the other way round because obviously of so similar. Good question and in the way that you were describing football earlier I think there are ways to To take the elements of the excitement of football and apply them towards cricket. In the way that you watch it or like a way that anyone watches it. Do I like baseball than cricket? I like visiting baseball stadiums more than I like than I have ever visited. A cricket are their cricket stadiums. And Yeah Yeah Yeah I mean there's the England Cricket Stadium But can turn it into that. Yeah yeah I guess like any kind of multipurpose field could be used for that Madison Square Garden type of thing? I would say that basketball court. I home my God. That'd be crazy dog. Show for with Minister should leave astroturf up after Westminster to bringing some largest. Yeah maybe my Gosh. Clean up a little bit been accident. There have been accidents in that dog. Show before right. You know for sure that happens a lot in a lot an agility like dog agility manageability. It doesn't happen a lot but once yeah of course yourself dressing. No but I don't do the like do people dress in nineteen thirties. Outfits Walking Dog. I don't do that like dress more like you went out. Go to go running. But then you have the dog and the dog performed the obstacle course and. That's when the most poops happen. No I wouldn't say that there's no there's no I feel like here's the thing appositely slick wants to a dog wants to. He hasn't happened to. My Dog. Was Big Hound now but you walk the dog constantly before they get out of there. So there's kind of knows no reason. Why dog should go unless they're like sick or nervous or shy some shit. I never think of like that though dog. I guess so I mean. The consent of their like handler is like being dramatic. Maybe like they like shooting pants. But I'll say like focus on the game liquid. There is in the game then on the on the stadium. Look you put a dog out there. And he got that pressure. You need to get thirty runs on Twenty. A bowls bows yeah. Exactly the only got two wickets left. Yeah what do you do if you want to go to the bathroom with these long fricking do they take breaks or like a tea break? Marty? Yes there's room for breaks but also I mean yeah there's there's yes property like Shit Shit. Hold town before you get out there. I'm guessing right. I mean yeah you gotTa Clean Clean Jerk off before you got to get rid of all bodily fluid but what's the deal with the jerking right? Can you remind for athletes for boxers? Like your boxers ops. Do not have sex right before matt. Well how long I mean. There's usually a with a lot of all boxers. Here's what they don't tell you. Every professional boxer virgin. Wow Yeah. It's like being a priest had a lot of ways. Muhammad Ali. What is what is it. That's why that's why he changed his name. Lester cashes clay. Clay was a noted. Coon hound. L. My God the devil here out of this expression he was going yeah. He's going around the soaking lady socks. See Him and they knew the deal. I mean what a good looking guy. Seriously yeah but no but I thought yeah like the athletes. I have a friend who is married to evolve like a like a big soccer star. Yeah about Victoria Beckham from this your friend if you like I can I can find out what his name is but like the thing is you know God he's Austrian Dude and My friend lives in New York and I think he's getting maybe retired from like he's more into like Like opening he's like Trane Inc like a camps and stuff like that but for a while he was. I WANNA find I WANNA ask her. Is it a thing like a Ni- jerking off or vice versa? Like you just fuck for a week before the match so I think so. There's such a thing as the forty eight hour rule or twenty four hour. Wow where like before a game. Athletes won't real Jackson selves. I guess But yeah I've heard boxers have gone like weeks and months and actually. Ufc fires like Conor. Mcgregor went like seven months without drinking. I think longer. It so you be like hit harder. I think that may be true. I also think it may be that something to do with the your testosterone builds up. Someone does that her. Is that possible? Even the only one but the degree in biology wires. I look I think. Probably you wouldn't want to release right before the gays kind of navy and not be tired. Hot cheetos soon makes you tired. It's like eating a big like polarized like before you go before is probably I would think. Fine Look Peter. I know that you are big soccer player. Rather do you participate in the twenty four hour slash forty eight hour rule? When you've got a big match coming no way baby. I'm releasing any chance yet. I I for me if I have to perform like an athletic feat. Who's anything really or there's something interesting coming up that I need focus on. I try and stay away from that so I do think you probably talk. You're listening. You brought up a good point now you know. Why isn't he texting you back? Ha Peters got a big thing coming. I think I think yeah exactly. This is giving the guys. As seen more reasons. I think soccer players are probably the most attractive athletes. They have to have some pictures of the guy I was talking about. I'm going to name yet. Piss pronounce. It Bro. Probably GONNA say Wrong Christine Fox Christians Box Fox F. U. C. K. S. U. C. L. Doesn't yeah maybe Fuchs Fox I mean. Yeah Oh nice yeah plays for Leicester Fox. Oh Yeah Dude that Guy Fawkes. I don't know by anybody else. Peter doesn't see you later. His wife's name Peter Our LUPITA loopy. I'm talking about Lupita and I actually exactly. Yeah I actually. It's nerves if you ask me. Oscars won't talk about us because it's a bit of a contentious topic among the host of this. I yeah since since I changed my name to Muhammad Ali. I don't fuck it is all over. This guy's we appear. I'm impressed. I had no idea later. But it's like personal life. Oh my God or the son-in-law scary but it's like you know she's like my friend I have no years and now she's like on you know like out there being hot and looking good next to this celeb- I remember when I was in high school. There was this one kid that was really good at football on my Mo High School about Football or American football American football and he pretenders enough to call it football soccer. I was born here so I have to say but he had his own wikipedia and everyone was like. Oh my God. Your own was wikipedia page and that was impressive and it didn't really have any details on it other than his picture and like some statistics about him running. You know he's running back. But Yeah I imagine if you have a wikipedia page and it's like you know detailed like this when you were married this when you're engaged. She's looking at my friend to go. I'm getty images are there's some getty images getty going on y-yeah getty images. They always get you. There is no quality sharp very long. Oh alone delighting. Also imagine sorry to bring it back but imagine being at a cricket game at so as last as for bringing your leg like. I would be I mean. Yeah House Dash Work like yeah like by our to like what are you doing? You know what are you doing? Are you just following the ball? The whole time just waiting for something to happen. It's going to have to Cook Shudder Right. Yeah capture that Quit your crying constantly. You know what you're GonNa Win. You know what fascinates me at what age do people learn cricket? I wish I knew that. I wish I brought that information here. Because you're talking about you're talking about you're you're you're literally leads and we start off with like. T. Ball so nobody's even pitching the ball. And then maybe like someone's dad pitches it or whatever like it's it's easy or but like cricket there's no way to fake it really. You could probably use a T. Couldn't you really but then there'd be no way to get. I mean you have to wasn't them to get out or knock over the thing but like knock over the wicked but well like there's no way to strike someone out in t-ball right and that's like a an essential part of the game of baseball. That's true I WANNA make Philip. Joel Hughes here. Oh Yay the green is is matter anymore. Because he's dead he's dead. He died during playing cricket. Thought it's important to bring him up. I mean and died on the field. Terrible yeah have list of Taliban while Playing Creek. Lots of fatalities. Yeah there's there goes back to seventeen fifty one. There's a list. They were not equipped back then. I know no one's really wearing I mean. Probably the batter's wear helmet. But there's a yeah. There's an wow most of them away here's this I'm GonNa. I'm not gonna read some just. What happened to them at the emphasize like how dangerous you'd think you watching you know y'all watching that cricket match TV you think it's slow boring you think. Nothing's going on on the line. Here's what's really happening. Seventeen fifty one United Kingdom March twentieth you rhetoric Prince of Wales heir to King George Second of Great Britain keen on cricket. He either died of pneumonia or from a burst. Abscess caused by being hit with a cricket ball. This is the heir to the whole. History might have been different. That in the Crown. Netflix also might have died from pneumonia. Sir No Monja certainly exasperated exacerbated by a critical. There's a list of three or four more people also in the sixteen twenty four eighteen. Seventy eight seventy two stroke on the head by a bat. That's like mostly how they were they. Somebody liters and this is the bowler was struck by earned drive by the batsmen. He's and then in eighteen. Eighty three struck on the head by ball at Lord's in eighteen eighty one from which he never fully recovered and so he died two years later so he talking coma coma after a nice picnic. That you call call it a speaking with the family and the band aid. Imagine be sad that is sad and then the getting into like heart failure. So what are you know you know? Just maybe you know what a lot of people thinking about this. A lot of people that fall off a building's die from shock before they hit the ground. Imagine if you're you know ten twenty yards away from me and I hit a line drive cricket ball at your face you would. What like is it equal to falling off of a feeling that sensation of like falling off a building probably Well it's it in nineteen ninety-three ninety three very recent heart attack while being treated so cause of death home my heart attack while being treated in hospital for eye injury sustained on the field. Doug Ball kept coming. He kept coming in his mind right. Exactly all never stopped them. All in the man couldn't handle and then some of the says. Oh man was it's an Fawley Info in his problem. Was He used to before every match? He would masturbate before every match so he wasn't as quick reflexes. He wasn't as quick snappy to you released all that oxygen per dopamine dopamine. I mean you you know. Everything's just get blurry. Yeah that's true and just a bunch of people guys have been since then struck on the neck by a ball. It's neck and the ball records. They wearing a helmet right. I didn't wear gloves but there were some the head. I guess that's true. A battery yet. Hits your neck it could take. That's also like another thing is on the pitch like where they you have to like. Bounce the ball. They don't they don't really Tend to it over the test. So you know holes divots are created like the ball can bounce unexpectedly. And that's just like a part of the game that's interesting. I was once playing mini golf and there was like a bunch of like this is in Florida and there's little for employees. I grew up there and at this particular place. You feed alligators and sometimes alligators would get really close to the the golf course. Like like not golf. Course like the mini golf course. There's stick their little noses through the gate know carries no and you wanted to poke their noses but you know what they're being asked as foxtel right but yeah exactly but then if yes. There are fast. I don't know I've never had to run from one by assuming but I I guess what Stephen King's story that I just listened to. It says the sex slow and then moving fast alligators fast. Yeah I think anything that has everything Stephen King. Yeah you learned a great teacher and I think anything that has four legs on the ground is fast right. Wow you gotta assume it. Avid Sloth is not. Oh Yeah but isn't they don't you don't we lost standing up. I don't know if we really see them walking around on the ground do we? They're they're kind of hanging in a tree that's true. Yeah Okay you're right. I the the stupid I don't know. I think that there are an exception. For that reason. They're more tree dwellers that's true. Yeah like a cat faster than me. Certainly Cat Cheetah Rabbit again Definitely is out there but anyhow oh I wanted so anyhow this golf course there was like what what felt like there's moss or something on the green and I was like. Oh this is a cool. 'cause we're mini golf courses lobby nickel weird umbrellas and like windmills. And you know and it's Florida so anything goes I was like. Oh What an interesting Hazard and the guy that was going in front of me. He's picked up and moved it. I'm like hey man you could those part of the thing. You can't do that. It's not nice so you know. If we were playing cricket he would have to. Just you know leave. You can't just like stomp out so you pitch one of the rules. You're not allowed to like try and maintain the pitch so I think it's that's forbidden I assumed day to day there some maintenance yes just you know so. It's not a muddy would ranch the injured hazard type of sure. Yeah or so that a game can have a slippery. Yeah and there's a lot of also in this game is a lot of honor and integrity like like it's very like it's very like honors. Yeah now I don't know maybe but more like a common man you know sport good way yeah like blue. I could see that can grab a bat and a ball and get out there and do it but there's there was a unlike Polo. The wanted to talk no. I'm Sam how did I get? I did I grew up in Florida and get involved in all these rich guys. Sport Polo Cricket Hunting Man Hunting Men. Yes classic Florida's Sport. Okay so in one thousand nine. This is what I really wanted to bring up in Nineteen eighty-one. What's the underarm bowling incident of Nineteen eighty-one and it's yes and it's the big like it. Is it what happened. Was well within the rules. But it was Gosh it was so widely criticized. Who's a match between New Zealand and Australia? And we know how that goes. I know yours. Fuckers hate each other they do. They do Okay so basically. Here's the rundown of it Australia played New Zealand. It was a one day. International Cricket Match And there was one ball of the final over remaining and at the time New Zealand needed a six to tie the match. You hit it directly out of the state the play area. Yes so okay. So it's a final over the final ball New Zealand Excuse me Australia's pitching bowling to New Zealand and New Zealand needed six points to tie just time and now that doesn't happen a lot and not a lot of home runs. You know no so what Australia decided to do. After this ball was thrown into the game game over and use the final action. Final Action suspenseful. You know what are we talking about? We're talking about a hail Mary and football. We're talking about last inning last. We'll talk in six days of just what it was one day international thing but still. I'm sure I'm sure it was like three five and this probably rarely happens that the final outcome comes down to the very last ball let action. Yeah exactly and I can't stress. How important that any this story and it needs to be the most points you can get an example exactly. So that's the biggest. Yes exactly. That's what they needed. The ball need to leave the outfield without bouncing to tie. And then there's like some overtime rules. So what what happened was a man. Australia's Trevor Chappell was the bowler. And what you need to know. Is that This had never happened before. And what about to explain to you and a bold quote unquote a proper bowl is any way that you throw it so you can go overhead and you can just get it there anyhow but there's Umpires will determine if the ball you can't waste and over essentially you can't just like say okay. Well this is the last action so I'm just going down the you have to actually try and that's what happened. They just ray just underhand rolled it and it was the most discreet like it was not in the spirit of competition but it was legal nine exclusively against the rates start. Oh my God. It started like not like the rule changes. I don't know if there's been too many to to combat it but like they just decided to just lay down and they were like they're like no I'm not even Gonna. I'm just GONNA take my ball and leave and oh my gosh like that like that was so unheard is ninety-one the so unheard of that. There was a huge uproar in the sport. Because that's like you know how people like to approach and we haven't mentioned exactly the British people that New Zealand people the Australian people. Everyone was felt robbed in that moment. Yeah and they just literally just just the equivalent of like a stampede. Yeah Oh my Gosh. Yeah it was. It was crazy but the bowl was just very you can find it on Youtube boozers very low and possibly have been hit the way that it need not. Yeah and you know. And that's that kind of like sneaky. Play is not done. No never and like because because it's like honorable to step up and say like Hey. I'm going to try to get you out. I or or the batter is saying I am going to do my best to score. You gave Martin chance exactly and because you know if you think about the idea of the strike zone in baseball. It's what chest to knees for the batter and you know it's in front of them but in cricket there's not truly a strike zone though your aim though the bowlers aiming for the wicked there's a region around the batter where the umpire will determine. That was a true ball or not or like you know like you can go wide. Exactly you can go wide but like and that actually gives the other team point right right rapper and so this was in that zone quote unquote free the proper name for and yeah it was like mile crazy. But that's never happened never happens like that's why we're not we like. I brought it up out of nowhere but like that's why people consider it like one of the craziest moments in cricket and and people didn't start doing it more than there are certain rules that like I think changed following that but it was. It was oh man it was crazy it was just like yeah. I'M GONNA take my ball and leave and I'm never going to get your shot and like a bunch like macho men. That haven't ejaculated in months. They're like I got a jack. Let's end this question for you. Could Australian accent? Thank you so many things growing up in Siberia in the Soviet Union. What were people playing sport? What sports were was this author? Okay Soccer I was up pretty much. It was happening growing up. Yeah what about basketball in school or like volleyball like to like that kind of thing way back? Oh It's definitely sport but but were they. I don't know I I assume right. It's more certainly more baseball. Yeah definitely in Bali Let's People's people did yeah. I play chess when I was little. So those things a mental sports is what I think. Yeah do okay so I I used to work with a bunch of sports guys guys. Who were really into sports and they used to. We used to go to bars after work and they'd be like Oh. The baseball players aren't athletes ISLA. Take on this. This is what I do you. Guys think cricket players are athletes compared to like a basketball player or sack player. Someone who's well I tell you. I don't think the baseball athletes are athletes save. Oh that's my thing. I mean. Sure like they have to have a cool are like arm muscle and like they have to work on that for us. Yeah there's a lot of rehab going on their shoulders and shed and like they have to have the mental focus. Which a lot of times is more admirable than physical strength but To me it's it's the fact that they can be out of shape and still be world class athletes. Yeah less athletic endeavor for me. It's been a while but remember David Wells. He pitched a perfect game in us. Pretty heavy set guy sure. Yeah there's a lot of that pitchers out there. Yeah Yeah I. I don't know I think I don't know I think we're all athletes. Well well well But there's just like you know I bet I bet you could look at someone be like. Hey look at your. You Bet you'd be really good at the sport you know not. Everyone's a great swimmer. You know what I mean but it might be a good golfer but I think on. Oh that's true. John John Daly not the comedian daily. Also look at what a guy a great golfer so terrible Golfer Yeah I I guess on the spectrum of what's most athletic yeah cricket. I don't know you have good reflexes. I think Valley Mall so far toasties. Yeah you have to put all that weight on those times fucking feet man smell okay as a person who had just ridden a pilot about ballet. You ruined our your feet now. A certain number of years removed from actively performing ballet. Get into the much bally. Okay and I have been doing so much yoga for the last six years to stretch repairs you feed such as little piggies. No but you know again. I didn't do my figures I did a little video dance again. Like when you were doing ballet. Every day multiple times a day Bolshoi Theatre I had a friend we watched we. I had a friend in college that we watch football. And I think we're watching the cowboys and like Tony. Romo's like tiptoeing out on the sideline and he was a big. Tony Romo Fan and I don't know who he's doing. The BARYSHNIKOV and my roommate would not stop saying Baryshnikov but he was such a Broa- like let me give me like he was such a Broa- it was so funny from to say Baryshnikov like he he took a bunch of pbr cans glued them together and made a love seat and that was some of our furniture living room but he was like Baryshnikov too hot for like four. The public conscious Stephanie. Yes who's like? He was a reference in which is like sex and the city type of thing. They're all upset dating or something. I'd never seen a single minute of that. Show never seen sex in the city. No not not a WASH PILOT. Do not like do not recommend it. Okay Okay and you hate women right because those are the only two TV shows women. Everything else has men only and those are the ones that I like all right. Well I think it's time for a rate cricket. Oh Boy So I I could start. I think the baseball I I used to be so into sports specifically in College. I got super into sports. I love her fields. When you were looking clothes he said in Little League yeah. Looking at looking for cloverleaf. Four leaf clovers. Our little luck that's right never found never found but when I got to college at when I went to I went to. Usc which is you know. Football is part of the culture there so I got really into sport absolutely. I'm throwing up two fingers. I got really into all sports for those four years and It was kind of like being in a cult and once I got out a stopped. You GotTa Call. Which is upright. Took the one the one that I still have the fondest field before his baseball. It's like a fun time. It's maybe not always super exciting. But it's a fun time if baseball's like nine. I'll tell you guys my experience prepping for the gas. I really enjoy it. I'm Kinda into cricket. Now there was a there was a match this morning between Uganda and Cutter Cutter and cutter disappointed. That couldn't find a stream because I was like I'm away. Talk is the only place that my apartment dude. I'll see you tonight at three. Am Who's playing in England and get those fuckers England in South. Africa are playing tonight. I thought Oh that's South Africa is a good team has got to be And I watched instead of I. I found it a little harder to follow actually watching the game and actually because there's so much to keep track of you gotTa keep track runs track of outs. You gotTa keep track of Overs but that's I think it was mostly confusing because this is the first time watching it. I don't think it's any more confusing than baseball. Really or certainly not American football which is one of the most confusing games on the planet. Maybe credit can be fun. If you do your own booking me keeping people keep scoring. Yeah that would probably be really a really good way to stay engaged with the game. I might give cricket an eight. I'd like to add below that night. I'd like to watch more of it. I'd like to try plant. That'd be fun since we mentioned ballet actually looking right if that's would be called Sport Sport will we we? We've talked about it as if it is so we'll just throw it out there Yeah because here's the thing as even though I mentioned that basketball's a fun thing enough for me to watch soccer. I probably won't go higher than four for me. Oh Yeah I don't WanNa Watch sports. I think oh no sports at all. No because I think it's like it's like either you do it or you will like wasting your time. I know it's a hot take. It's a how by like ballet to me like I like watching dance like I don't do it because I don't I don't know I guess also doesn't feel productive. Maybe we're like something like that. I I can benefit from a writer I don't know but like I love Valets. Ana like I can get into it like I can get into watching dance for sure. And they'll be like eight or nine Bali. I just seen human body. Where human body can do like? That's like an interesting thing for me. Olympic gymnastics team like. That's what I think of when I think of like that Bali translates should for me. What human body can do is like an eight or nine triggered fifteen basketball and soccer at like four or five crickets? They're like to. I don't I mean probably give it a one but I don't have that strong negative feel it's more like I don't you know I don't I don't know man besides these four or five hot that you pulled up on your phone. It's not doing also like I don't know you know even even that I wanna see them in action either in action out there other than actions covered by their jerseys. Yeah but they may celebrate soccer players. I feel like they can look hot. Even when they're in those like sweaty like the cavs and I don't know you know again you know a lot of times out out. They'll celebrate is if they scored a goal. You know what I mean. So Altair surprising Lee rare games. Yeah one out once. You've gotten everybody on the side out there innings over. Yeah and then it's your turn again. I was going and thinking cricket zero. I'm leaving it's thinking too. I do like to hear people being excited about it though. So what about you Peter? What do I give cricket? And what else you got on that. Scale of yours So on scales. I don't know if you remember this. But one thousand nine hundred created no. Yes exactly the most disgraceful history. Look it up it's fascinating That sounds if if there's one thing you look after this Do that I what do I give it a little snake boys so I have. I feel like we should rephrase excellent cricket boys and by mean men were legal men over eighteen year over forty for me. Yes I ray. Things on a life on or off or like a ten or zero. Do you know what I'm saying? I'd like it or I don't like love and I like I don't like like a light. Switch light switch off what's that mean yes to me. Dimmers a pizza is ten or zero cricket. I give it a ten because I like it. That's your you know it could be one but the only options are zero or one. I got to give it a ten. I loved the shades like it. I like it. It's one of those things that is for sure. I mean we just talked before we started recording about the sonic movie and one of the themes in there is like a bucket list bucket list thing. WanNa go to test cricket match and I think in my mind the way that that could go super fun but obviously I'm creating expectation for myself when I go or create that featured length documentary or whatever it is it may fall but the idea of it sounds. Super Fun to happen to you thank you. I also wish for it to happen for you. Thank you really nice steam. Is there anything that caught your attention over last week that you want to tell our listeners to shut up and love yeah so this Episode has kind of been an experience for me and learning about a sport that I didn't know anything about In a similar way I recently saw an Indian film called Punga P. A. N. G. A. That is about another sport. That's very popular in India that I had never even heard of it. It's called Kabadi K. A. B. A. D. D. I and it's like a combination of tag and grappling. It's really I never heard of absolutely a much. More physical than cricket tagging grappling. Yes like the point of. You've got like defenders on one side and there's someone on offense trying to cross the line and then cross back onto their line but it's also about like tagging a certain number of people a certain number of defenders to get more points It's very interesting. I recommend checking it out because again you know. How often are you exposed to completely new part of the culture that you didn't even know existed before so checkout Kabadi Wherever fine information is presented to you how about you I am listening to a book about. I guess a sport. Yeah that I really. Yeah so it's. It's a book that I always wanted to read and finally reading it and find it makes so much sense to me because as a writer myself I feel like I learned about writing most from doing yoga from becoming focused and you know like just like learning to get through things and get should done and I don't know there's a lot of lessons on Yoga y'all and so I you know officiant hot yoga. Did I do but I was wanted to listen to this book and read it and finally I am. It's a rookie Murakami's book. Would I talk about when I talk about running? And so I didn't realize the Haruki Murakami this Japanese novelist famous world famous novelist. He's a long distance runner. Like he's fogging Ron like at least so the time. The book was written in two thousand and five. He's done Luke. Twenty six marathons and he's done an ultra marathon where he ran in one day. Sixty two miles which is fucking insane bonkers and it's written with a lot of humility like he's like. I'm not that great a runner but like it's a dude you rent sixty two miles in one day But he talks about it like he talks about how running made him a better writer and how he became who he is because of running running has done for him and it sounds like kind of hard to explain but I like totally relate to that when I listen to because he's like yeah I don't know like he's like he was talking about something interesting. How people who are not born with healthy mind the have to work to keep their bodies healthy in order to like not go crazy or whatever that might be depression and stuff like that and so for him. It's like you almost have to work harder physically. If you are depressed or anxious in the I find a lot of truth in that so as fucking great book which is what I talk about when I talk about running and that's how we can work so it's it's more nonfiction than his like A. Yeah it's definitely not a surreal type. Non-fiction like where he does usually. It's it's more of an like a larger essay. Would like elements of a memoir. Say something like that Tana. Housi- coats would write something. That's more like personal not narrative. Yeah and he's not even going through it like it's almost like you listen. It's like boring but like you'd be like I'll win shopping for their shoes. And here's the kind of shoes all egg and you're like I just love listening to that Mundane Shit. Because he's taken from this mundane repetitive experience. He's taking like like you know transcendental like knowledge and like lessons that he then employs and he's writing and like to means very interesting but people might find that book boring but I find very satisfying. I Dunno I recommend it. Do you have anything? Yeah you know what I think. People need to just shut up in love downtown Los Angeles downtown. La I've Spending a lot. More time down there I dig it. It's cool it's There's a lot going on down there beyond the arts district in those sorts of things It's it's a part of of Los Angeles that I never even considered really But it's very fun. Lot of live where I live. I live in Silverlake but And it's not very far from downtown but I've been spending a lot more time downtown and I I really I enjoy it. Because there's a certain pride about it from people that have been there for like ten years and then people that are moving their their their feels like a different type of freedom in their art artistry in Art Galleries. It's not so industry. Focused in theater like Not Theater Quote Unquote. comedy performances. It's not as entertainment industry focus. It's just like this is our own thing. It's kind of feel I feel in the few instances I've ventured out and done shows or Watch shows It just feels like Everyone's doing it just to do it. Which is interesting because you feel that. I feel that way in a lot of other places that are very prideful about Their art like Places like Oklahoma City like Albuquerque New Mexico like those places like they have like chips on their shoulder because they think in Austin Texas because they think rightfully so that there you know week could compete with Los Angeles and like we're there's nothing different than us in Los Angeles and that's true but in downtown it just feels like that doesn't even exist in a lot of places there's one place. I went on Tuesday. It's called a second act or no second draft and it's in the arts district and it's every Tuesday at seven thirty and what they do is they have Five writers submit Either Short Script or ten pages of a feature script and it's cold and it's a a group of like a audience of six fifty sixty people and it's pretty sweet and like you know there's no industry people there it doesn't feel like it's that like like it doesn't have that like shade on it and it was just kind of cool and I was like Oh man this is this kind of feels different. Kind of feels need kind of fun. Check out cool cool. Well speaking of Art Peter would what would you like to plug? Where can people find more of yard or your person? My Art You can find me on Instagram at Peter Underscore Murphy and if you have Apple Music I itunes Spotify Amazon Music Tidal iheartradio IHEART radio. Yeah you can listen to in stream. My comedy album called notice so just search Peter Murphy Notice and that's my debut comedy album. I put it out in December of twenty one thousand nine hundred and yet. I'm really proud of it so help you guys gave it. Listen carefully awesome. Stephen where can our listeners? Find US you can come on down to the moving arts theatre on hyperion. Avenue had the second and fourth Thursday of every month at nine pm to see the direct to video awards. Thank you Jay Hunter production support. Thank you Elizabeth sued for our album. Artwork thank you Indra Hayworth for the Insurance Ultra Music thank you Carlton. Gillespie for your video. Thank you for listening.

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How Rare Are All-Black Chickens?

BrainStuff

05:05 min | 1 year ago

How Rare Are All-Black Chickens?

"I'm Samantha Bari the Editor in Chief of Glamour in our new podcast. She makes money moves. You'll hear women from across the country sharing their personal stories about their salaries financial struggles successes and the lessons. They've learned along the way I made about thirty thousand dollars for not going to be able to afford to keep the house. Eventually my credit cards just got maxed out. She makes money moves production of glamour an iheartradio listen and subscribe at Apple Podcast iheartradio APP or wherever you listen to podcasts welcome to bring stuff production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren Vogel bomb here. It's not often that you look at an animal and think I bet all the goth kids wish they had a chicken like that meet the IM to money the Peter Murphy or Robert Smith Smith or Lydia dates or darth vader chickens. Pick your pop culture reference. All visible parts of this chickens exterior feathers beak tongue comb and talents are black back and it would seem as if darkness should end there but not so it's inky exterior is just a teaser darkness within it turns out the bones organs begins and muscles of the IMG are all black as well which in addition to their rarity explains why these birds are so popular amongst chicken aficionados. They're also dubbed the Lamborghini of poultry because the going price for these guys can range between two hundred dollars for a single egg layer hen and five thousand dollars for a full grown mating pair her native to the Indonesian island of Java. Im Toumani has been used in rituals and kept status pets by the elite for centuries. They were thought thought to have black enchanted blood. The lift curses or heal ailments strangely enough. The blood is one of the only obviously normally pigmented things about these birds aside from there cream colored eggs but when you look at an im money the superstitions around. It's being magical seemed completely rational because this chicken is gorgeous gorgeous in the sunlight. Their plumage matt black like a charcoal briquet. It's cured dozens like a Hubble telescope rendering of Nebula in deep space like looking into the most hypnotic not all covered pedal in the mall parking lot. These chickens are complete knockouts but why what could possibly cause a chicken's flesh and bones to appear to have been pickled in India ink it turns out I am to money is the world's most extreme example of a condition called dermal hyper pigmentation or fiber melanomas three other chicken varieties have this condition to varying degrees the silky Bam tim the Vietnamese Kung and the Swedish sport Kuna and I couldn't find pronunciations on those last two. I hope I didn't butcher them too. Terribly research published in two thousand eleven revealed this genetic condition causes strange behavior in chicken in embryos precursors to Melanin sites which are the cells that produce the pigment Melanin pigment that gives our human hair eyes and skin dark color usually the precursors to Mona sites in chicken embryos wind up in just the skin and eyes of the developing birds but in chickens with fiber melanomas those precursors travel throughout all the tissues of the embryo and what's more they don't shut down the usual stage instead they continue to multiply by creating way more Melania sites than usual which leads to the hyperinflation that we see in these birds once they hatch strangely enough scientists believed the mutation that leads to fiber melanomas and chickens is so unusual that it most likely happened only once in a single bird that lived thousands of years ago. No one knows how gene transfer I the globe from one jet black bird but Marco Polo wrote in twelve ninety eight about black boned chickens while he was traveling in Asia so the gene probably made its way around the world via trade routes interestingly even though the flesh I am. Toumani looks strange. It reportedly tastes just like chicken. Today's episode was by just windshields and produced by Tyler clan. Bream stuff is a production and iheartradio's has steph works for more on this month of other well picked topics visit our home planet how stuff works dot. Com and more podcasts from iheartradio iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your your favorite shows disgrace land a true crime podcast. Both musicians getting away with murder. Behaving very badly is available with new episodes foods from the underbelly of the music industry. NWEA MADONNA IGGY POP EMINEM in Houston are coming at you on a mostly biweekly basis and hosted by me. Jake graceland contains adult content and explicit language. You can listen to disgrace land on Apple podcasts. The IHEART radio our work every podcasts Iraq.

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NPR News: 05-14-2020 9AM ET

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 11 months ago

NPR News: 05-14-2020 9AM ET

"Live from NPR news. I'm Korva Coleman. The Labor Department has released. Its latest weekly. Report on unemployment claims. It says another three million. People filed unemployment claims last week in the past two months more than thirty. Six million people have sought jobless benefits Federal Reserve chairman. Jerome Powell says the pandemic is harming more people at the lower end of the economic scale. Antilock down protesters are back in Michigan State Capitol and some of them are bringing guns. Tension is high after armed. Protesters stood a floor above lawmakers two weeks ago from member station W. K. A. R. in East Lansing Abigail Sanski reports and advance if this protest Michigan United for Liberties. Facebook groups were taken down after individual commenters. Threaten the life of Governor Gretchen. Whitmer governor Whitmer said Wednesday. She respects people's right to dissent. But not when an endangers other people I don't particularly want to see people congregating period. We know that that contributes to spread. But if if people are going to come down and demonstrate do it in a responsible way is what we ask ahead of. The protests state police warned. They will arrest people on charges of brandishing if they think they're intimidating others with weapons for NPR news. I'm Abigail Sanski in Lansing. Japan is lifting a state of emergency on most of the country. Npr's Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul. Japan has recorded more than sixteen thousand Corona Virus Infections and about seven hundred depth prime minister. Shinzo Abe's hold a press briefing at the emergency would be lifted for thirty nine out of forty seven prefectures. It will remain in effect for Tokyo Osaka. In their surroundings. The emergency could be reimposed. In case of fresh outbreaks. The emergency empowers local governments to request residents to stay at home but specifies punishments if they don't NPR's Anthony Kuhn reporting local officials in Brunswick Georgia are challenging each other over the handling of the murder case of Ahmad arbitrary the District Attorney and some county commissioners disagree about who advised police officers not to arrest anyone. The day are very was killed. Emma heard of member station W. B. Reports despite being found at the crime scene with weapons Gregory Travis. Mcmichael were not arrested for Aubrey's murder for months. Some Glenn County Commissioner say. Police were told by the District Attorney's office not to arrest the McMichael's Gregory McMichael had been a longtime investigator in their office district. Attorney Jackie Johnson. Sent County officials including commissioner. Peter Murphy a cease and desist letter. Object reporting what the police told me. No reason not to believe him He wants to sue me for that. I guess not I can do about it. Johnson says her office gave such advice. She recused herself from the case a few days later. The Georgia Attorney General has asked investigators and the Department of Justice to look into how prosecutors manage the case for NPR news. I'm Emma hurt in Brunswick this is. Npr News House Democratic leaders hope to hold their first vote tomorrow on a three trillion dollar corona virus. Relief package it offers aid to state and local governments. President trump has rejected the plan calling quote dead on arrival Senate. Republicans say it has items. That don't belong in relief package. The Italian government has released a stimulus package to relaunch the Italian economy devastated by the pandemic. Npr Sylvia Poggioli reports calls for nearly sixty billion dollars in spending prime minister. Giuseppe this is the decree will ensure. Italy's recovery is concrete. The economy is expected to shrink at least eight percent as a result of covert nineteen. The PACKAGE FREEZES SOME CORPORATE TAXES OFFERS GRANTS TO SMALL BUSINESSES and provides emergency funds for low income families it includes support for tourism which accounts for nearly thirteen percent of GDP and additional funds for temporary layoff schemes that enable firms to furlough rather than fire employees Agriculture Minister Theresa Villanova who left school to work in the fields at age. Fourteen wept as she announced. The bill will also grant six months permits to undocumented migrants were on farms and caretakers so people Jolie. Npr News Rome. Florida say fresh wildfires have broken out in the south central part of the state near the everglades. About five thousand acres have been burned. Officials had to close about twenty miles of interstate. Seventy five. That's the stretch of road known as alligator and it cuts east to West across Florida. I'm KORVA COLEMAN NPR news.

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The Invention of the Self

Poetry Off The Shelf

35:26 min | 1 year ago

The Invention of the Self

"This is poetry off the shelf. I am hitting the grades today. The invention of the self before everything changed. I talked to Peter Murphy an English professor at Williams about a very very old palm faithfully from me written in the fifteen thirty s by Thomas Wyatt. I was wearing that. No one would be interested in a conversation about an old poem right now but listening back. I often felt a jolt of recognition in the fifteen hundreds of course epidemics happen every few years there was a viral pneumonia. Going round something. The English called sweating sickness with symptoms very similar to also seeing. Now only you die. Within twelve to twenty four hours of developing Simpson's and there was a bubonic plague which Henry de eighth was so terrified off that whenever he had to travel somewhere he sent surveyors ahead to check on any of the towns on route and if they found sick people they were carried out of there has an into the fields and left to die and you. Dave is often described as the worst king England of a known. He inherited a fortune. The blue all on his fancy lifestyle and stupid wars. He married six times and had two of his wives executed. He was famously paranoid and would turn on his most trusted advisers on a whim locked them into tower and often ended up executing them. One of these trusted advisers was Thomas Wyatt the author of our poem why it worked as an ambassador for the court and had close ties to Amber Lynn. He too by the way ended up imprisoned at tower twice in fact but he survived and each time he went right back to working and writing poems. One of these poems Li flee from me has kept Peter Murphy busy for almost two decades in his book. The long public life of a short private poem. Peter Murphy follows this long long thread from its author Thomas Wyatt to his friend. Who copied the poem in her own manuscript making a few changes to the family that inherited the original and stored it in their home library for centuries to the various printers and scholars throughout the ages? Who fought over version was best all the way to the presence when the poem has become something of a staple of English literature textbooks? So why this poem because to contemporary ears they flee from me is not the easiest if I were to give you a rough summary. A man remembers a time. When he was popular especially with women but nowadays they flee from me it's not the most compelling story of tolls but the story is not the point. It's who's telling it at various points throughout the book. You sort of say that Wyatt kind of as a person as a character Makes his appearance in the palm and that know that that it was a new thing that maybe before that was more of this sort of anonymous unified court voice or something. You can feel it in. Wyatt's poems that they have that texture of introspection like declarations about the nature of his inner life or the nature of inner life. I I like thinking of it as a moment of invention. It's right here and this moment would let's say it's fifteen thirty five but we can't be sure but it someplace right right close to fifteen thirty five you know here. It is It's the invention of the lyric in English That's probably again in some fine grain. Detail I don't think that that's strictly accurate. But it feels that way. That's so interesting. I mean I think. Today at literature is almost synonymous with inner life. Right like we see it as the only way I think almost to get I mean movies. It's much harder to get to the inner life the characters right. I mean you have to do cheesy things. Like voice over. Work Flashback. balloon literature. That's sort of what it does best and so can you take me back to what that was before we started doing that. You know what we're writing then. Yeah I mean it's such an interesting subject and I think that there's a lot of mysteries associated with it. And I think that it's not a kind of continuous and smoothly developing story from you know people inventing language and had to the day of Thomas Wyatt and then to our own But in the period right before why it. When we're talking about shorter poems lear tomes I think it's it's mostly true to say that the accomplishment that people are interested in poetry was largely as a kind of design so that the poems about love for instance that why would know that are in English. You know their poems that would feel to us to be highly artificial. They have stanza forms. That mean that they repeat themselves a lot and you can feel that some of the satisfaction of making such an object is actually. Just do it like here. I made this complex stands a form and look all the words appeared. Alright spots And I I don't think of that as a low form of entertainment. I think that there's a lot of of expressive objects that have that quality that. Wow that's a neat thing Edgar something. Wow that's well done I mean but it's you know I think that that's exactly right and I think that there must be you know what amounts to a satisfaction in the kind of controlling or designing of of the process of thought that is in such an artificial poem. The clearly people liked. I think it feels quite foreign to us. Were much more used to a more nuanced and flowing An even inconsistent picture of inner life. And so I with why we have a few poems where what feels like the picture of inner life has this kind of dramatic and compelling texture and I it's just so noticeable especially if you're sitting reading a lot of poetry from the period it's just so noticeable kitchen. Could you read the poem and and I was thinking because you know i? I can't assume that everyone has Sort of a fluency in sixteenth century. English could you maybe take standby stanza and slick paraphrase may be as we go along sure absolutely? So here's the firsthand. They flee from me that sometime did me seek with naked foot stocking in my chamber. I've seen them gentle team and meet. That now are wild and do not remember that sometime. They put themselves in danger to take bread at my hand and now they range busily seeking with continual change so I think that some of the one of the things that people like and this poem is just that magnetic first line. They flee from me. That sometime did me seek now. It's old English Has a little bit of a Foreign Air. But we can understand that line And then the the evocative air of the poem the sort of summoning of stuff with naked foot stocking in my chamber. So who are they? Those first two lines That's the part that caught me and I think it's that that that part catches a lot of people and sometimes they put themselves in danger to take bread at my hand and now they range. Busily seeking was a continual change. That's the substance of the first answer is about change the second thanked before Cheon It Hath Been Otherwise Twenty Times better but once in special in thin array after a pleasant guys when her loose gown from her shoulders did fall and she me caught in her arms long and small and there with all sweetly did me kissing softly said Dear Heart. How like you this so you have this. I stands about these beings that now are gone. And then the thing that's gone now appears to be this really beautiful intimate moment and I think you know especially if you're reading poetry from this period this stanza is just you know what I wanna say. I might be wrong in some very detailed way. But in a general way what I want to say is. There's nothing else even remotely like this people love to retail this stanza. They loved to just talk about and think about the the sort of intimate energy that suddenly appears in the Stanza Which that kind of intimate energy is just so unusual in this period. You know we've gotten so used to it. Yeah exactly yeah. It's hard for me to to hear what you hear because yeah for me it is. It is the thing that we still do right. Like we recollect something. And then we will hint at some details to make a really visual for the one who's reading her arms long and small and that is so common to us that. What is the the newest thing about this? Then you know I think that It's the it's that it feels like an actual recall like this is a thing that happened and a lot of poetry in the in the period. I'm not sure people would have been very interested in doing that. That is an actual recall. Might you might even think about is the flaw. It reduces the sort of designed and performed live aspect of short poem about feelings. And you can imagine someone thinking you know these are actual feelings. That's the that's not what we're talking about you know we're we're we're talking about. As you said the Faberge egg I want to. I want something more beautiful and more abstract in effect. And even if you're reading Wyatt's poem they flee from me. This poem is different So here's the last ends. It was no dream. I lay broad waking but all is turned through my gentleness into a strange fashion of forsaking. I have leave to go of her goodness and she also use newfangled names but since that I so kindly served I would fain know what she had deserved. I'm not sure you would guess that the Palms GonNa turn in this bitter direct and I think that bitterness unfortunately is a really common quality in you know the what is loosely described as love poetry in this period. There are all these conventions about how men get to complain about women not paying attention to them so I think that readers in the period are people encountering this poem in the period would have this complaint about her behavior There's something they would have read a thousand times you know. The lover's complaint is often a title for poems. That type in this period. And yet you know in this stanza. Also if it's not it's not a very decorative complaint It seems unhappily genuine and the the bitterness is part of that right so he gets into this stanza. And there's just this low. That's the place where I think that people would have felt the texture of self to be just a little bit too much but since that I so kindly observed I would fain know what she had deserved especially that sort of dead rhythm in the the last line. I would fain know what she had deserved. Not Very musical That's I think one of the things that gives it. Its sort of unhappy feel of genuineness like he just wrote out those words because he was so angry he he didn't even have time to institute is I am BIC pentameter. That's true like it has the sort of Obstinate field to it. Almost right like he's sort of leaning on every word would say no what she had deserved. Okay that's I think that's exactly right. That's what I call the kind of dead rhythm of it and I think what's happening in that line is this it's just an insistence on a feeling that feels genuine enough to be a little uncomfortable. Like you know. Conversation at a cocktail party of someone says something all of a sudden. You're like well look at that. And they need to go get a glass of wine or you know you find a way to slide out and so the poem as it appears in the very closely related manuscript it's manuscript that's being maintained by Wyatt's friend. They change that line and disfigure if they changed that line they knew Thomas Wyatt. They had sympathy with his problems. They changed that line then. Something's happening in that line. It clearly made people uncomfortable. Yeah I mean I was a little uncomfortable with it. Now you know like however many centuries five you know five hundred years later. I thought Oh you know doing that. Typical Nice guy thing like well. I was being kind. She's wanting to you know exactly the bit ask. That shows up bitter. Yeah I think of that is That's a technical innovation I think on Wyatt's part He's making the palm respond to feeling in a way that people would not have been used to. Can you tell me a little bit when you look at that page today or even the entire book that this page is a part of what what sort of interesting. Scribbles and and drawings appear in the margins of the poems There's this math on the left hand side which is Subversion of Algebra. I had the great fun of getting to read Seventeenth Century Algebra. Textbooks to figure out the you know the notation and took a little bit of work to even figure out what's written there but again what what a pleasure to read a century work of mathematics and figure out that that squiggle actually means X. squared and so on. Yeah but the math is a sign that the person doing the math didn't care about the poem and in the rest of the manuscript. This is much more obvious thereon. Other pages straight lines drawn through each of the lines of the poem and then the pages just covered with other kinds of writing so the person structure basically simply struck through so then sometimes pages are covered in prose. Sometimes there's geometry problems so that there are triangles that are drawn over poems and the idea that a person's sitting with you know a book that we now consider a priceless treasure. Yeah in the reasons that it's a priceless treasure is that there's a poem written on the page. There's person sitting there with this book who actually can't see the poem right so it's exactly the opposite of us. We look at that page. And it's like oh was their math on the left hand side. I'm sorry I didn't see it. I was reading the poem And that seemed to me to be. It's just a really important part of the life of this poem that there are people and You know my thought is that. There's a resonance between and the contemporary world were a lot of people wouldn't be interested in that poem and I tried to tell that story. Sympathetically that is there's lots of reasons why you wouldn't be interested in that palm and it doesn't make you a bad human being and it doesn't mean that you're not sympathetic with other humans or that you don't have a nuanced inner life yourself or that you're not interested in the inner life of others that just means you're not interested in that poem And so you know it's like it's a healthy tonic. That you can drink while you think about the history of this poem because there's always this temptation to regard it as some kind of mystified magical and holy relic that and it really is not that it's a it's a poem written by a person in fifteen thirty right right. Yeah you know if you try to write about these people who scribbled in the margin sympathetically. Well you've succeeded because I really. Yes such warm feelings for them. You know at this John Harrington I mean they're all called John called John Harrington yes generated call this guy. Mp You know because he was a member of parliament. Yeah what what I love. So much about him is that he seems like the antithesis of a poet sort of insensibility He likes math. He likes While he works in government he sort of interested in science and it's very practical and so he uses it sort of to conduct his business and to also just write down notes. Sort of like a to do list or something you know and Yeah one of the things. What was it again? That that he wrote something like I helped my friend's son I'm constipated just like sort of A. You know whatever that that was also sort of like you say an inner life you know. There's many many people who wrote things into this book after Thomas Wyatt Road in it but John Harrington who's the person who wrote the math he wrote really a lot into this book was a judge he was a magistrate. And there's addresses to juries are sketched out in this book and what I ended up thinking about as I meditated on Harrington's lack of interest in the poems his diary and his daily is that in this really Broadway there's a generic resemblance between his diary and the poem. That is somehow the writing out of the things that happened to him. Some of them very intimate. You know not very appealing constipation is not you know. Generally a great subject for lyric poem. But that there's a resemblance between his urge to write out the stuff about himself. Just the these are things that happened to me There is a resemblance between that and the work of lyric poetry. Which is somehow the writing out of an account of inner life. makes us feel that it's more manageable or that it is more. Maybe it makes it more thoroughly a thing of the past if that's what we want or it makes it more understandable and so that relationship between writing and what amounts to self understanding or just the management of everyday life is not entirely different from Thomas. Wyatt's use of that book. It's just really different from Thomas. Wise Use of that book. Yeah I mean that's a gorgeous way of looking at it and it really Seems to be exemplified also in the way that the MP Or that the judge John Harrington His son used that book he was just sort of learn how to Rights right like he was a little kid and had a tutor and he had you know do his alphabet and stuff and and what is so lovely as how you describe this kid was maybe not you know the most interested in school and that he sort of would draw these monsters enlarging exactly. I. I find that part like you. I find that part. Really beautiful actually and You know in my general feeling. That poems are things that people right because they have reasons for writing them by Thomas. It can be in some ways about his job as an ambassador. Desperate hope to stay alive and tutoring England And that again. There's this kind of generic resemblance between that and little We'll Harrington there is finally Harrington who's not called John Harrington you know this little wheel Harrington making drawing this little monster in the manuscript you know. There's a kind of habit of mine where we think. Well you know. It's a kid and he's just drying a monster but again it's that act of sort of getting something out of your head and onto the paper and then you look at it and it's done something for you. Something that was inside. Your head is now out there on this piece then so again. It seems like it's a good companion further poems in that book. It's it's you know it's it's the same kind of newborn of the spirit a a now that the manuscript lives at the British library which bought it at the end of the nineteenth century You know now it's sort of lives it's museum of Fides existence right like it. It can no longer be Doodle let's say I mean. Of course it's great because now it's public and Vancouver. The right accreditations can go and consulted and stuff night books about it. That's cool but But it also yeah in in a way it's now dead and I think I'm really happy that that wasn't destroyed in the course of its long centuries and I'm really happy that will Harrington drew a monster instead of making paper airplanes with the with the page that they flee from me was written on and so on so I'm happy that it was preserved. I'm happy that I can see it. And my ability to see it is entirely dependent upon the kind of mummification. That happens to that book in the British Library But at the same time The it's it's fun and interesting to think of people using that manuscript as a legitimate human activity you know that they're interested in that book that adding things to it was their way participating in the kind of general life of this book. That had all these interesting things in it. So you know. There's the two sides to it gets saved for us so that I can call what the British library did to the sort of vaguely derogatory term. Mummification so you know I'm entirely. I really understand that irony but it does seem like it that it's important to register it you know. I went to the British library. I went there several times to look at this book. Which is neat experience? One time I went I had done all the things I was supposed to. I'd sent email beforehand presented my credentials and I had a little card and so long but on this day which is the last time I looked at it. They somehow the library. Just I just didn't seem legitimate enough to them and I speak to another person who's often indifferent room and this person I was saying what I was doing. And and this person actually said looking at me I guess Europe professor she said and I thought wow all right well you know in some ways. I'm happy that somehow I could be misidentified as something more interesting glamorous than an English professor but at the same time what is it about me that makes me seem like a person who shouldn't be allowed to look at this You Know Ancient Manuscript. They did eventually let me do it but they made me wait like three hours just to make sure God. Wow Yeah I mean that's also really interesting about your book is that you sort of You show what it took for someone to gain access to that book you know in like in the Eighteenth Century You write about Percy who was the self-made scholar This kind of careerist guy. Who's great at introducing himself at an seeming very important and sort of making that a self fulfilling prophecy and He's he's the person who actually finds I mean we're we're skipping over a whole lot of history here but you know we'll which is going to have to because of the time you know But he's the first one to sort of reunite the idea of the poem sort of the original manuscript of it right that he marks up the book with this. Little Code to basically indicate okay. This is a manuscript that it comes from. This is the page in the original manuscripts that it comes through. And so you right. At that point that Percy decided to write in the book writer Dan who knows like write a paper or something you know. Because he couldn't he didn't have the sense of institutions that would sort of provide continuous security that his paper with his findings would actually stay with the book. You know so. He thought okay. Let's just write in the book and what I what I was wondering about. What your senses about that you know. Now we've we sort of. The pendulum has swung in the completed action right. Like we were so reliant on our institutions and and even just like the way that we digitize stuff. It seems like we're so confident that these digital copies that they're going to be around you know or that we've always have the capacity to read them to feel like we do too much of that we're risking our heritage in a way. Well you know there'd be other people be smarter about that but my instinct is yes certainly and you know there's the I'm not the only person who has noticed things like you know the the wonderful interest that's available for instance in the letters of people who lived in the past so where that information going to be you know we'll that beyond hand it's all an email now actually it's taxed or no. I don't know what it's in. It's in a tweet that disappeared so One of the I think really. I don't know a beautiful inside available through the history of this manuscript this book. Sort of calmly. It's it's a stack of paper that survives for five hundred years and and it just does that survives the you know the unbelievable and bitter carnage of the Tudor world at survives. You know it's owner getting his head cut off That is Thomas. Wyatt's son got his head cut off in the rebellion against Queen. Mary and then it just wanders around at ends up in a Family Library. We might think of a family library as a place. That's you know I Dunno through unofficial dangerous but at that that turns out to be incredibly secure location for it even though people are using it for all kinds of other things And so it just makes its way in one way or another and so there's something about the survival of of a physical object in the story about the poem that I find really just kind of great that it's it because it was an object that means it could have gotten lost in it's because it was an object that it didn't get lost and so there's something really beautiful about that story that would just paper and yet the stack of papers. You can go see it today. If you have the right credentials they believe Sawyer. Have you looked professorial enough? Yeah you write somewhere That the study of literature for you has always been connected to the study of everything and I really love. I mean it's so true about your book and and you know it made me think about you. Know those kinds of books that are like the history of sand or you know or something like that right or the history of paper or whatever and then of course it's not just the history of sand. It's the history about human beings you know just sort of the excuse you know Why do you prefer to do it through poems? Well I think for one thing. I think that when I began this book which is in the year. Two Thousand Right. It's a really long time ago actually from a personal view. I think that there was actually a surge of the kind of books that you mention and I really liked those books. You know I was really interested in them and so I I. I think that that feels like a kind of accurate observation about in some ways the source of the shape of the idea that there's a role I'm back. The French literary critic has this neat moment at the beginning of a book called said where he talks about a certain Buddhist practice of conjuring a landscape out of the skin of a bean And it feels a little bit like that you take little bean and you conjure the whole world out of it but I think that doing such a project with a poem is some of the satisfaction of it is that the the palm is about human being and even this palms Britain so long ago the some of the interest of this palm is that it was written by Thomas Wyatt who was Cordier in the Court of Henry the eighth than and Berlin got her head chopped off and the story of amber. Lynn is a bizarre and interesting and terrifying one. And so it's just the that. Tell a kind of extended story about this aspect of English speaking culture using poem. It just allows you to talk about the the pains and pleasures of being a person at every moment at in essence and and so You know as I was working on it you know my feeling was like who wouldn't want to write a book like this. I mean it's just like it's just like the perfect thing because the for one thing. Anything could be absorbed into it. You know so so for for almost twenty years worth everything I thought was. I would think you can just go you know. Can this go in in the bus? Oh here's something about inc. Well maybe I should read the thing about INC and the lives of people are so interesting and the attempt to imagine the intimate texture of lives of people who lived long ago with both interesting and I think really good for us And and in the record to to think about the long history of people trying to assemble their inner life. Does that daily struggle? You know that we have you wake up and you think wow what a great day. I'm doing some great today by afternoon. It's like Gosh. What a terrible day and you know I really feel I've lost control on the threat of my life has just now frayed and then the next day you're feeling good again the to be able to talk about that texture over this long period. It just was so rewarding it was so rewarding and so interesting that when I finish this project I was sad I mean I know there is like Gosh restores more history. Maybe there is there a sentry. I forgot about that I could you know. Just go backwards and think about Peter. Murphy is the author of long public life of short private poem reading and Remembering Thomas Wyatt before that he wrote a book about the tension between poetry is art or livelihood. Focus on the romantic poets Abacus titled Poetry as an occupation and an art in Britain. Seventeen sixty eighteen thirty. He's a professor at the English Department of Williams College in Williamstown Massachusetts and got his education at John Hopkins and Yale. He's currently at work on a book about storytelling. But he warned me that it could be another twenty years you can find. They flee from me and more poems by Thomas Wyatt on the Poetry Foundation website. The music in this episode is by Todd sicker. Foos I'm Helen. Illegal routes and this was poetry off the shelf. I hope you're still going strong. Thank you for listening.

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WBUR Investigation Reveals Hundreds Of Businesses In Mass. Violated COVID Safety Rules

Radio Boston

05:27 min | 4 months ago

WBUR Investigation Reveals Hundreds Of Businesses In Mass. Violated COVID Safety Rules

"Hundreds of businesses in massachusetts put their employees at risk by violating covid nineteen rules. That is one of the takeaways from complaints of alleged safety violations filed with the department of labor standards and the state attorney general's office. Wr's investigations team has been looking closely at the complaints and finds four industries on the top of the list. Retail restaurants gyms and salons now as we face a holiday season that's critical to small business survival and increasing shut businesses down again during a second infection surge raises the question. What's behind the complaints in our businesses on balance keeping employees. Safe so here to break it down for us as are shannon dueling who is part of the investigation team. That broke the story shannon. Welcome back hi. Thanks for having me. It's great to have you. So you end the investigations team tracked complaints made to the department of labor standards. Corona virus hotline. I understand the dates were mid may through december. I what is the number of complaints. Tell us about workplace safety standards. And what do we know about. Who's making him. Well i think for starters. It's important to know. These are complaints about alleged violations of covid workplace safety standards that someone took the time to pick up the phone and make a call to the hotline to file them. So it's first of all safe to assume these numbers do not represent the whole picture right. It's just like a slice of working conditions right now. We know that complaints are filed anonymously by employees or customers or maybe former employees and so we focused our reporting on the complaints that were investigated and then led to actual violations of state safety standards. And so that's where we get those four industries you just mentioned to the top. Seventy four percent of the complaints that lead to violations of safety standards were in retail restaurants gyms and salons okay so companies. who faced enforcement. What are they saying. Well some of the company's points to you know how fluid the situation is how challenging it can be keep up to date with the state's changing regulations the local cities and towns regulations. I mean we're just hearing now that mayor marty walsh. The mayor of boston is rolling back. Some safety precautions Having to do with some indoor Indoor spaces whether that be museums or movie theaters. Those are closing once again so it just kinda goes to show that This is a really fluid situation and so some companies that have had clusters of cases. Pop up they question you know. How can we even be sure that our employees got covid. Nineteen on the job and i mean actually speaking of clusters we know now that there were forty five examples of the state finding violations after someone complained about a potential cluster or a positive cova case so again we say a lot of restaurants. A number of gyms included in that At somerset based horner mill work There a custom manufacturer of doors and windows and kitchens. The outbreak there began with just to positive cases in april. Here's peter murphy. He's i'm sorry peter. He's owner of horner mill work multiplied on us through early november. When we i would estimate we hand. Twenty plus cases sixty to eighty people additionally that were out because they were contact i so to santa. The department of labor standards did site melwork for not cooperating with the state's contact tracing program humphrey. The owner says. His company to his knowledge is now up to date with information sharing but he also admits that they probably should have implemented a mandatory mask policy. Sooner that's something they didn't do until this fall. And you know you just mentioned at the press conference with mayor. Walsh's having this hour we'll bring listeners. More information of on any rollbacks a little bit later just briefly shannon in context more than thousand companies and gathering places got complaints. Is that a big number. Two experts say no of the thirteen hundred complaints that were filed between mid-may and december. I a little less than half of them. About forty six percent led to the state finding one of these violations of safety standards and so labor and worker advocates. Believe that's way too high. We ran all of this by jody. Sugarman in rosen. She heads up. The mass coalition for occupational safety and health workers have to complain to start any kind of investigation or process but taliation. It's high were relying on workers to protect themselves and it's just not working so it's not working. She says so. Our advocates pushing specific reforms remedies. What what happens. We heard from labor representatives who are asking for more access to free cova testing on site at it. Places of employment stricter standards that are informed by talking with actual employees on the ground level Above and beyond following recommendations that are coming out from the cdc in the state all right that is wb are investigative reporter shannon doing shannon. Thanks for joining us you're welcome.

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Short - Bobby Picketts Monster Mash

The Discographers

07:59 min | 5 months ago

Short - Bobby Picketts Monster Mash

"The hour grows late as you walk home. You didn't mean to stay out this late. Especially this close down between is it always this foggy? Decided to take a shortcut through old band Bradshaw's Castle. It's been abandoned for years, right you're approaching the top of the tower. Is that a light coming from the other side are those voices growing fear you realize that you've stumbled on something that not even Peter Murphy can save you from wage. It's Bobby Pickett's Monster Mash from 1962 when my boss and like my mom started from Africa and suddenly tomorrow Friday Thursday. In the classic Halloween song a doctor Frankenstein type scientist sees his monster rise and perform a new Dance the Monster Mash. They throw a monster party with attendees such as the Wolfman Jack Igor Count Dracula and his son pick it performs the vocals doing an impression of Boris Karloff Karloff was famously the actor who portrayed Frankenstein's monster in nineteen Thirty-One Frankenstein, Frankenstein in nineteen thirty-five, son of Frankenstein in nineteen thirty-nine, and you definitely know him for narrating and voicing the Grinch in the animated television special of dr. Seuss's How the Grinch Stole Christmas from 1966 and you did hear the sound rising over the snow. He started in lobe. And it started to grow. Pick it also impersonates Bela Lugosi as Count Dracula with the line. Whatever happened to my Transylvania Twist, but Dracula comes around on the new dance and joins the house band The Crypt kicker 5,000 or revealed that the song that we hear is not the actual song that they're playing or dancing to it's just a tribute just shut your mouth Monster Mash was a huge success. The single was number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart on October 20th, June 27th of 1962 and has been a Halloween classic ever since although the BBC did ban the record from airplane 1962 on the grounds that the song was quote to morbid unquote those naive English prudes Christmas-themed follow-up monsters holiday was also released in 1962 and reached number 30 in December of the charts that year. Course the Night Before Christmas when all through the classroom my monsters were having you tied hassle the tree and reached number 30 on the charts in December that year back in the Crypt kickers released the full album title to the original Monster Mash in late 1962. It featured other horror theme parodies of contemporary hits and dance Trends such as Blood Bank Blues graveyard shift Scully Gully wolfbane monster mene, Transylvania Twist Sinister Stone me and my mummy as well as Monster Holiday Bobby Pickett off to write and perform other parody songs over the years but is in the early eighties. He released monster rap a direct sequel to Monster Mash where the mad scientist is unable to teach the dancing monster from Monster Mash how to talk about the problem is solved when he teaches the monster to rent a room used to be anything like the mom's dog. Holmes mr. Jackson wages on and off and chaka chaka moment the body body knocked off your 1993 pickup released third chapter in The MASH series titled. It's alive we meet up with the scientist. Thirty Years Later, his son has taken up the monster mantle and they bond over raising the dead when they don't realize that this new monster prefers metal over blooms. I'm not off the Record world my boy just made of marine get some left off. Me off and you really mean to me two years before his passing in 2007 Pickett protested in action on the United States government's part global warming by releasing climate Mash a parody of the original Monster Mash that please for President Bush to save the forests. We were hiking in the forest late one night. I went out always be held site our president appeared and began to frown then he and his friends comes before his down-home. So you did the forest fly. It was brutally black public opinion was my and the phone number. Did for the cash so obvious we're having fun. Now would be very easy to criticize pick it for not parroting other things in the examples that I gave but he did write other songs and I think that he knew what he was good at and stuck to having fun with monsters. He did try to evolve with the changing trends of the day and I think monster rap and it's alive are catchy underrated Psalms ACDC doesn't make Jazz Elvis never wrapped and Fred Durst never sang. No one seems to fall off for sticking to what made them famous. So this Halloween when you sit down with your giant bag of candy that you bought at the store, don't forget to think Bobby Pickett because without him Dracula dead wolf man, or doctor Frankenstein's monster could be creeping up on your house while doing the Charleston. Hey everyone. We probably don't do this enough, but I want to say thank you to our twelve supporters at patreon.com slash the discography first because of you. We've been able to pay for our hosting a website giveaways and back up to buy a mixer to let us record phone interviews. 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Jimmy Pardo

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Jimmy Pardo

"Everybody my name is Jimmy Pardo. And here's how I say this word but holes want a bomb. Hello and welcome to Andrea savage a grown up woman. Hashtag buttonholes. I'm joined here by my. I can't call him trustee friend because we don't know each other. Oh it I mean if I'd done anything I mean other than I have no stories then you have. No stories are adding. I still am not sure what you're adding other than that. You seem lovely so but I would say you know at the end of the season I think you and I will look at each other and honestly decide whether or not we think we have achieved friend status. Yeah we're staring at each other. Weirdly awkward than others is right right a little bit. Yeah extended eye contact. That still not broken real friends do I. Don't look at it look to wear. I wear contacts. I needed to blink me to kill you one. We just had very extended uncomfortable. I contact my friends that law. I don't want as long as we just looked at each other. I don't I don't know I'm just trying to be L. Thank you so much very done your your hair you just. I see what you're doing actually love your hair but I did get my haircut. It also looks Nice Who's coming in today? I do? James Pardew shames par Dow and part of. I mean a large reason. Why you're even here and why we're even trying. This new relationship is because of James Pardew because your name had been given to me from Chris Hardwick from then. I knew that Jimmy News well so when I was doing my due diligence I called Jimmy and he said lovely things about you which I'm sure he will not admit. Oh yeah because he's an animal I love Jimmy Pardo. I do too and I love doing his. Never not funny podcast. How much yelling at you do things can happen between the two of you probably a lot. Do you think you should get uber for the way home? Because you're going to need some drinks before he'll be shaken. I mean I think you know I. I've received it from Jimmy Plenty Times. I'm already catching onto how I'm getting treated by you and also just maybe bring more to the table. You know what I mean to shake. Thank you is there anything you know about Jimmy that we can hold against him Anything like I hit the last time I did. Never not funny. I kinda hit a soft spot of he dino about he he filmed a scene for dreamgirls and was cut out. Oh I have that on my list of things I am going to get. I mean He. He'll he'll talk about you. Know obviously not an exciting thing for him. I literally have that written down on my little research. I'm thrilled to have Jimmy. Pardo sit back and enjoy and see what happens every Budi. Please don't please forget that I just said every booty I not thrilled about that I I have no. I have no excuse. Just let's move on with our lives. Oh God I I just say the moment Tories because the moment she walked into the House you've had questions thoughts. Oh it's cold. Do you have coke zero? You're making fake phone calls. You asked if we had Straw. He's going to end is what I'm trying to do. I'll let you know we've had much more important people here who've nothing on what Trig asshole did and then he came into. Do you have straws. Do you have folks? Like it was a whole fucking. Let me turn that Air Branford. Jimmy you were a couple of minutes late right are we. Starting is it. Yes come on your fucking podcast. Welcome to the program. We've already done that well. I don't know that I I've been ordered to come into a glass room. Yeah and I don't know what's happening and I did your podcast a couple days ago right. You're the third time you're welcome. Thank you thank you by the way you know and it hurts me. I hate him. I love doing your podcast. It's one of if not my favorite podcast thank you. I don't know anybody that doesn't enjoy you do. Oh who doesn't enjoy process so many people you have to know that while. I know you're doing a bit part of me. Thinks somebody and they would be out of their mind Honored when they are asked to do my podcast contrary to variety magazine. I started. I'm one of the people started podcasting. Oh not the current crop of people. I'll tell you what you are called what is happening. I'M LISTENING TO UTAH. I know but what's happening in your audio podcast. Needs to know what I'm doing. Those those go over the years yours by the way. I know I've been on your password spent. I've spent a good two minutes trying to figure out. So why are you coming on my ass about it? Because that's what you're here for. Now we can tell you something you're going to propel riser. Paul Reiser came. I never not funny. The one of the people not a fan of anybody he spent most of it with the fewest like this and I went for the people listening. One of my earpieces is facing out. So that you're not hearing anything. It's just a piece of plastic. It gets here so Paul. Did the first half hour with the headphones like this and I finally went. I notice that I thought it was quite in there. I can't wait. How do you wear these things I go? You turn it like this. And he's like. Oh yeah much better but you're a kazillionaire you. How do you know how to use headphones? A young man old man either. He's he's very hip very happening. But I love Paul Riser. I'm not going to get an argument about how hip or happy risers with. Let's not suggest he's not with it. I'm not saying Seinfeld. Driving around in a jalopy racing and Jay Leno Up Enough Burbank Boulevard. All right right gets it. I Played Rob Risers love interest on something names Paul. So set that may you combined. Rob Reiner Paul Reiser. How talented that. By the way that person I really talented and funny I would make them my only podcast. Guess I wouldn't go out in public with anybody but that person the Combo of Rob Riser. You don't spend time with Rob Reiner. I also had a friend whose name was rob riser. Back in the day you couldn't say day good. Lord. I've never hated you more. I love you every second year awake can I James? I'm positive can I a couple of things people don't just say you're one of the first pocket they call you one of the pioneer? Do of podcasting. Because I do a little research. I've done research for everyone who comes in. Okay not that much interesting stuff on you Jimmy so I hope you bring something. Wow okay yeah. That's how we do it. I didn't know you and that's how you talked. What if that would be like? Wh WHY would somebody put up with this like well? This is the thing and you're similar. I think to me if I'm really nice to you know that I'm I'm not going to say I dislike you but I just. I don't really care sums up your my biggest show of affection is to be horribly mean. I know that's not probably conducive to successful relationships or friendships. But that is how I show my love. Okay say enjoy your. Don't know you can't even say that with a God damn straight face was about to to yell at me. No but your your your lips were already quivering connived. Tell you I'm going to tell you one positive thing when you walked into my house the way the light was hitting your face. Your is a pop pop. I I will say this about my oddly shaped head I have. I hate myself. I understand that I have for you. I have I was at the I was at. This is a dumb thing. Say was that but I was at the Ronnie James Dio Hologram concert words. You know them separately maybe but It was at the Wilton and old rocker chick. That's the best way to describe. This woman was Whose probably was on the sunset strip at the height of the eighties. Glam metal days. She was behind the bar and I went up to get buy popcorn and Diet Soda. 'cause I don't drink. Yes and she said. Oh God what was the word she used? You have do me is or something like that and I said it wasn't do me but basically sounds negative. Do you have it what it was like like. She wanted to have sex with wishing he's getting. It had me sorry. Not at the end of days is coming. But she didn't say here is she? She's not the apocalypse is not near is no it wasn't it was it was coming. It was words. I've never heard of no. None of this is helpful. I think it's fun. You overuse joke you may WanNa Google the word fun Look that up for you on the word fun. She did. Tell me ahead of time. I couldn't feel free to look stuff up. We'll start with fun and see. Her face is anywhere near it anyway. This woman who's been around. She saw my eyes and wanted it Again I the one who just I do. Think you have Gorgeous Ryan and the way the light hit. I'm not sure this eighties rocker chick. Is that discerning? It sounds like she has fucked her way through the decade to care for the language I think she made love to those rockers. I think in my single days I would have had sex behind a dumpster at the Wilton. There's no question my mind that would have been enough to get to get me. You've got is you've got to now. I'M GONNA put my Dick in. You will get no no wipe. She's got one. No you are going to have sex with her because she said that you said when I was twenty six what age audit I said by younger days. Okay and my head trying to think what I started this date Danielle. I need to know that because I have some questions. I sort of duty. Danielle in one thousand nine hundred twenty one years. Okay so how old were you? Okay wait what did I say? Nine hundred ninety eight when reborn thirty to thirty to thirty two years old. Okay so got it because when I did your podcast the other day you we discussed that you might have a child that you don't know about ler maybe more from when you just splattered your way across this country. Yeah I don't know if I split it as often as you made it sound. Djokovic is okay but but I do know that there were. There were some activities on the road. That where I mistakenly was not protected so it would be as surprising as not surprising right to possibly have a child out there. I WanNa hear about like your twenty six year old. What are you wearing it that day now? I know that I read something that you had some jeans at some point. Why would that be something you read? Listen I do. Oh yeah there's the there's the Oh there's the worst headshot in history what. How old are you there? Twenty three twenty four. Okay okay. We all had mullets. Don't make fun of the hair. I know I'm not going to make all had that we all we all have every man had that here every man every man. I had had that this hair I did. I was much younger. Talk about you getting laid. But now I'm thinking that probably didn't have no no it did. That's that's crazy lazing part make movies about the eighty s about important things that have happened. I feel like someone needs to make a movie about the fact that men had that hair and the population split continue. Then look at the look at the women's during that time that also when you look back photographs it's ridiculous like if you watch the goldbergs or if you see videos that hair is like and we didn't think anything of it like you. Just go along with the times and it's like we weren't hippies anymore. This was this to us. This was cooler than hippies. When if you think about it hippie hair is fantastic here and this is awful. I mean the fact that the human population didn't just stop at your nineteen eighty-four no is shocking. Everybody was coked up and banging drug personnel. Not Once I've never done drugs in my life me neither nothing I've smoked. I have not okay I know. That's not a drought. It's a plant man. I get it but I tell you what I don't get is what I just said to see what I'm going to characters. Not Six year old like really feeling himself. I'm in a mullet. I read online that you wore jordache jeans and some Mesh shirts. This is something about you online did you. Did you not enjoy your horse? Yeah we all did. I didn't know men had Jordache. Gee We were Jordache. We were what was it. There was another brand that What was the fit of a male Jordache on out a gentleman? Blake me fantastic. I just go along with something. You don't have to throw the wet blanket on every Goddamn just laugh at joy something. Okay fine because you let you let how you turned away so nobody heard you laugh. Came back because you are just a joy something less than Jimmy. You think that if I turn away people don't sit here this screechy. You don't think by neighbors and everybody listening at home. We don't actually use sound. You're just hearing me live from my house into your car wherever you're hearing screeching voice right so wait so you want to know what will want. I just want jeans okay. So you're feeling good. You got your mullet because Gloria Vanderbilt did not do a male gene right at least if they did. I couldn't afford them. Jordache heady gene that was reasonably priced and I did wear Mesh. I wore meshed shirts. I wanted to be Don Johnson and Michael J. Fox combined that eventually. I wanted to be Tom Hanks. I always wanted to be somebody else but the point is so I wore. I looked like I was extra Miami Vice. You hoped that I would be an extra everybody you help. That's how you looked. Yep there's photographs. There's photographic evidence. I did look okay. I will own that. I looked like that and I'm not saying that's a good thing. Did you wear a vest where I would wear? The you know the the Linden sportcoats. Okay wore the white or a mint colored linens coach McCain. Okay I would wear this mint lismore code over a pink. Mesh Gaza crew neck shirt. This is there's photos of it. I have one of my vote. I'd love to get my. I don't know if the Jack is in it but the Mesh Shirt is certainly with with the cap sleeve that I wouldn't have the balls to wear that to bed now. The risk that my wife would see. So how much sex would you get back in the day from making people making ladies laugh? I don't know how to answer that. I don't know out your way that I always put it is. I was not working the clubs when I started so when I was doing the road I was doing honky tonks. I've never said hockey talking about everybody that I would do. Offer taverns saloons got southwestern emotionally west. I would do these bad one nighters on the opposite way there. Suppose okay I made for the riser. For exactly. How many minutes are we in part of just got his twenty two twenty two? Yeah Yeah I as I often put it because I would work. These basically one nighter bars. You know that I would do comedy night would be from Chicago so it was exciting for the locals that whether I was funnier and I'm guessing I was more often not back in those days a go. You can't backing up you. Can't I like to these young girls? Twenty one twenty two and I was like twenty three twenty four myself. I was a star from Chicago. The Portsmouth Ohio so yes. They were excited. That I would be there so you just had the time of your life. I drank and had fun a lot in the late eighties early nineties. Okay drink told ninety ninety nine so there are running around to Honky tonks across. I'm sure my daughter's serving at a Honky to where I don't really believe that I have somebody out there child out there but but why wouldn't any travelling troubadour? I call any of us. Oh there was a different time. I'm not judging. I'm I wish when by the time I was having sex AIDS had ruined everything and it was it was it was on the way you are. Pioneer fog azure okay. You're aware that most people only refer to pioneers in their obituaries. Like does it concern you? That people are calling us something that is usually referred for someone. Who's dead? I don't think that's true. I think people are called a pioneer in music They blazed the trail for new wave. Sort of speak. Maybe a Gary Numan today usually at million Peter Murphy. That they're dying. No that doesn't mean that other people have taken up the baton. I don't know I don't subscribe to that all mainly because they call here of it. Well I'm flattered that they call me that because some people were saying I was the first and I was not the first to use todd glass tug last hug. Lhasa Jimmy apartment. I've been to first podcast her but he was the first one you knew about. Yeah and I think that's an excellent way to say because there were certainly podcast for me. A comedy podcast was the one I think it was the first west coast comic with Eighth Quarter Court following in a game. That had yes and so. I'm happy with the word pioneer now. Have you been with Matt Belknap? The entire time day one he came to me. He was a fan of mine and he would come to my shows at the theater. Little Bragging. No none of that. He was a fan of ragging. Backed exact. How you to tolerate this is beyond me. And I'm talking to Jennifer Jennifer. Was IT IN TONE. Tony what I'm trying to get at is I'm Tony. How do I get rid of Tony and get someone that I have some fucking chemistry dreaming? Yeah of course I know Tony Yeah. It's not easy. I recommended him to me. I didn't talk well. He's the guy that producer sounds great. Tony Thaksin Yeah. You're knows how to hit a Tim Bali and he knows how to turn the KNOBS that I walk into a microphone. I would've done that fuck. I don't know why she has one. She listen Jennifer. I've only now known for a couple of weeks as well. This is the way life has happened. I'm trying to handle what has been given to me as an adult. I'm taking what I have and making the most. Is that how you tied into the theme of the show by? That's been right there. Yeah so far. I don't know why my jeans have anything to do with the format. The format is the format is me with the exception of this episode bringing in people that I think are technically grown adults who are managed to function in society that I find not boring and Edgy. An interesting funny. Sometimes you have to fill it with other guests thank you. And that's the thing is I'm trying to change the world. I was told it in email. I'll do this new podcast. I'm looking to change the world. You want to be part of it and I said I am that I get here. I gotTa hear Tony. Thaksin's views on computers all right. Let's take a quick break. Everyone calm the fuck down Jimmy. Your eyes are still thank you. You're welcome all right. We'll be right back with Jimmy Pardo. Hey guys you know. I love my roffe shoes. I'm wearing them right. Now as I record this and I just looked on the website. They have new styles and colors every week. It's very exciting And as I've talked before they make them out of recycled plastic water bottles. 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You're very successful. Podcast hours yeah. Haven't you done some roasts comedy? Central Road listen the Internet. I've done to roads. Here's the two rookery Rosebud Friedman the Tom. Arnold go for a charity event. Scream roses if I had the craziest thing in the Hawaii then I did. When Paul Tompkins moved to New York to host ever we did a roast Apollo Tom Because that I hosted at the theater and then they did the roast at my the night before my wedding right. He does stand up all over. Am I just say that you posted game shows you have yes? I'm nervous now to say anything I've host the game shows that's true. Yes I've hosted several. That have got it on the air that he million that did not. You're made to host the Games. Hollywood would you because I don't disagree but it's very important that Alec Baldwin have new job go ahead you were saying. Oh boy movie star Alec Baldwin have a Game Show. Go ahead take a quick sip from your metal Straw. Middlesbrough makes it. We don't like about it. It makes the drinks stay cold really all the way from Ken to Mouth Bird Watch. Yeah Okay think you've done a lot of things over your career now. I like to go back to some of my guests earlier projects and walk through sort of their feelings when they got the job. The naked truth detective number two yes. This reminds US ninety seven. There's this woman wanted to see you. That was my line. What context was that Well I was number two came into tell the number one that would wanted to see him. That was his tail. Yoni and I walked into the interrogation room and I said this woman wanted to see you right there and then I put my I think I did you be part of the thing on the way out where I grab somebody shoulder and went. Walked out like that's that's how. I made it my own. Are you allowed to call things by like I did a Jimmy? Pardo thing yes I did name a word person yourself wanted people to see that does Jimmy Pardo because I do stupid things where I touch it I I do. I grab your elbow things so I did. One never touched. I don't come near you. Because it's two thousand nineteen year a woman at eighty seven. My hands are all over you by the way. That's the least of my worries. I'm having that baby. That's not this conversation very and I. I know jokes on your podcast. One that you were like we have a palpable chemistry. I don't remember what you called it and that if our spouses die yes we will end up dating and you were confident that that was going to but I just wanted out that I've already promised yourself one person ahead of Rachel. Witnesses ahead of you and then you. But that's a that's Rachel's husband has also died so a lot has to happen. Okay if Danielle leaves me and by the way she should at any given moment I'm talking to are currently about the process and if you and your husband split and he's got to think about it daily does not then you and I are in. That's assuming Rachel is still with us. If they break burson than Danielle that it's got to be really clear. I am not on board with this plan contracts. Okay but I'm not signing this contract you have already cited you've probably seen the catcher. No this is not my planet if my husband and I break up where he dies I have so many people ahead of. You can't be true. It is so one hundred percents. I can't be but it is but it can't be based on past conversations. What what past conversations for a life you would have had much out you just no. I heard Tony in earlier. Unnecessarily Mike Jennifer hurt d'argouin bouquet dreamworld. So I didn't go up you when I met in basically in an acting class. Yes yeah now dish. I was written at class. I don't have the same but interesting but that is how we met. In addition works for the first time we spoke was I had a Jumba juice. That was ruining the classroom. Everybody because my stomach was not accepting all those uses in one cup. And what was your stomach stomach? My stomach kept gone man. She's making noise. It wasn't my I was like. I'm sorry I apologize. I Apologize Apologize. I said I was having stomach trouble at. I thought a job as you look good idea at you said why. Would you think that we laughed like crazy you made? Peach was a part of that conversation and the three of us lafley crazy. That makes me feel good to know that I haven't changed. That would be my still my same. It was really funny. There are two things that I did not make the final cut of K. There's one that I read about love. Which is the informant or dreamgirls? Oh I didn't realize that environment was also a? Here's what happened with the uniform. It's on my drive there. No that's not the night before I was driving home to obsess about my line and I got a phone. Call saying hey. They've decided to cut that scene. Okay so I wasn't cut out of that as much as I was. That's way better than actually showing up. Is it yes I don't know I kind of would have liked to have seen with Matt Damon and had some fun and become his best friend. Tom Papa did. Oh boy is that what is that? What your goals going out. I will tell you this is what I read the script. I suppose if there's if there's one senior this cryptic cut it's this one. Yeah and so when they bid to call I ask. You said the guy that makes sense. I've done that before where there's been characters that I've done or whatever and we're talking about and I've been like I'm just going to be honest. I don't think you need this character really. Yeah and I'm like if I were show running or writing or producing the show like this isn't again. I don't want to cut myself out but I don't think that this is actually necessary. Girls dreamgirls walk me through what it was when you found out you got it. Walk me through all of this. I got a phone call from my manager. My agent at the time and he said just a phone call bill. Cullen I believe bill counter wants to cast you in dreamgirls okay. I didn't know addition. You did not just do anything. Bill Condon no you write like honestly I don't know and then they said Oh you're the club owner of the The the club. Oh what is it? The something nightclub is proud to present. Line was the find. It Tony's on is proud to present. We'll never find out. So what was the scene was that I was introducing the dreams beyond saying jeter army and Tutsi Monica Jabber. Hudson NAUTICA rose. Yeah what is your name. I guess I believe it throws on if we could get that on. If we couldn't Nonni Roy I always say Nonaka Combined Nonni. That's unfair. The woman's got a name Nonni rose. They were backup singers for Eddie. Murphy's character yes they were getting him and so I was hired to be the club. Owner introducing the dreams for the first time. Great so I got there at five. Am how excited or nervous. What was the emotional state? Very excited very exciting. That's going up on a huge movie and use it and you love musicals you music everything about Murphy. I kind of like the idea of this movie. And going she says was that Jimmy Pardo. Yeah like like I have no business being in this blockbuster me and when you say people are GonNa do that. You mean like your family him confirming and convert like family even like people in life. God Yeah Yeah I go to the set and they're like oh lighting lit lit incorrectly. They're going to be doing the dream scene. I so hang tight dream seen by the way which is where your dream goes you the most important and most important scene which took and I'm not kidding. You they started at seven. Am shooting that at ten fifty five PM. Yeah that's movies. They come to get Jimmy Party so then eventually at ten fifty five they come and they go. Bill fiddles horribly. That you've been waiting all day. We're going to relight your seen. The girls are gonNA wait. You're seeing then back to the dreams so I literally come on set. There is one one brick and spotlight. That has me ladies. The club is the crystal room is proud to present a wear. Which one Cleveland? No it was not I did I was in it was in Florida is yes is proud to present for the first time. Ever the dreams and I did that one time and he went was perfect as twelve hours of work legitimate. Yeah add beyond say Jennifer. Hudson and article laughed. I wonder if we all loud water bill quote unquote joke. And I said that's a wrap. Mr Perdue was hard day at then. They all applauded. I walked off. And what are the extras came out to win? Goes I cannot tell you how beautiful that looks on film Ed because it looked away the hit you guys were Pop. It was gorgeous and I walked off and then I was like well that I have gotten better but but not necessary and so I kind of knew so what happened was the day before what I heard about the premier happening at the Chinese theater and I had not received by invite a Ha- I had my manager call up and they said Oh what embarrassment that we haven't called. You decided that the consistency of having the video is made more sense than breaking it up with this one now. They've issued since the movie came out they've issued a double disc dvd with behind the scenes. That I did not was part of what I believe. They issued a forty nine disc version. Forty I'm making that number of what so there have been been Morris opportunities for them to adequately show batters and if bill condon really felt badly. Thrown you in one of the. I don't know why I don't make those do you? Bill Khandan saw you do a show and was like fuck that guy and was like I'm going to lure him into this movie. Waste time no I do not. I don't think that because I don't think you'd WanNa waste beyond his time. All right Jimmy. I like to play Games. Basically this podcast is issues for me to see my friends. Laugh about ridiculous stuff. Play some games and this episode. Go ahead and then also this episode. Let's do some what you rathers. I wasn't that great. I'm in a not an energetic way. Go ahead all right here. We go you ready yes already. I've been doing this one. We're going to start off. We're going to start off hot. Would you rather have sex with a goat and no one would now okay? Nobody would have any idea or not have sex with a goat but have everyone thinks that you did be really. I don't. I'm not having sex with a goat. You're comfortable with that being the headline if someone's research if you're up for a job people are googling you get the beating and I go didn't happen. You're not getting that meetings Jimmy. I'm putting out a statement. You can't put out a statement. Put out a snow. That's not part of publicist. Why don't they can issue a press? Release on this. Because that's not part of the ones that people have to all believe that you have had sex with the goal and there's nothing you don't WanNa have sex with a goat anyone. Would you rather works? Either? These are things you want to happen. I not always today a afternoon goes okay. I don't know what the rest of your day at the hockey talk goats out back so there's a chance it could happen. I may have jibe father goat. I may have a kid somewhere. Boom that they play. It's good wordplay. You're all right obviously sexual goat then. It's obvious can we just have a real conversation about? Oh you've yelled at me nine times over my decision because you didn't seem to understand. How would you rather work? We'll bring them which I understood it. I said go sex. See Okay Tony. Sex with a goat. Nobody knows but think about actually having intercourse with the goat like the feelings. And that's a memory. You're going to have to live with yourself. I'm not advocating one way or the other. I'm just saying they both have real challenges. It's I'll have sex. Tony seems to be more excited by the sex with drummer dumb. Wow Jennifer Wade decides to go have to last long. I know I'm just a guest Jennifer farther away from the Viking. Did you ever talk into that? Mike like hit yourself up. You're not a tall woman but you don't get to that. How long would the sex last sake can't just be like ten seconds but you're GonNa have you ever August goats going to be able to do it? I don't know their little mouths. These guys are oral sex. I don't know how your weight having oral sex was going down with that why you've eventually decided to go with the go. I'm fucking the goat. Your fucking goat but for the for the for you ladies. I'd like to think that it's an oral. Why is that new worse? I feel like I don't trust a goat back. Can I tell you this? Trend percentage I used to do. I was the spokesman for a mall in Portland. Oregon for years and one of our things was to go around all of Oregon and show you how interesting the state of Oregon could be and what was. I went to a goat farm and there was a little goat. Tequila that I'm not kidding. I fell in love with this goat. Was the cutest little goat. Followed me everywhere. It would nibble on my hand. I loved I had a picture of. We always goat that we put it up on our fridge. I love this goat girls. I'm telling you you would enjoy a company goes. We're not saying I don't think goats are cute. Are you saying Tequila with us when you're picturing this type of Poetry Tequila? You're picturing your penetrating Tequila. Yes Zanu it so this was just. The tutors would nibble on my hand. You mentioned the nibbling on your hand. Why do you think it's gonNA enjoy having sex with it? I just got that sense. I think that was really. She saw my eyes. She probably saw your eyes. You up all right. I'm not having oral sex with the goat but I also believe I think I just have to do it. You were look to penetrate you. I don't have a choice. Not letting the goat. I'm not having or no the goats not performing oral sex on me like that seems so dangerous. I don't believe go to one of the animals that perform oral sex in general. I think everything Tony said it. I don't want a female. Circumcision eighty there is some danger. There is a danger that I'm I feel like they. At least they penetrate things. Sex is something goats do so I if I had to go with the goat. I don't think I could live with my daughter knowing that I'd had sex with a goat. You would have sex with the go. No I'm saying I'm saying I would have sex with the goat. Nobody would now. I interrupted your answer. You give an answer. I would do the same but then also knowing myself I would have to tell one person ooh food. You taught you tag team and I feel like I would need to share that. Like Hey to one of my friends like. Hey you can't slippery slope. I by the then shave. I feel like it would eat me inside and I would be grocery shopping. I'd be like you know going to buy up milk in that it'd be like a goat. Fuck and like she's June's. How would I tell a friend that I would tell you I do and you would say listen? I would burn. That has been a wonderful confidante in my life that I would go to and say I have. I have to share this with somebody. Now do you think you are close? Enough friends true realism. You told them. I had sex with a goat. They would not be like okay. And then your friendship suddenly bailable might be affects your friendship. Yeah so you would. Now you've had sex with a goat you have to live with that now. We're one con closest confident. You may lose because of this Louis but at least Jennifer. I'm not getting is not eating me up inside. I don't feel like leading one person. No makes me feel any better. I'd keep it keep it a wraps. What about a therapist? Would you tell a therapist? I think I think that's something that might be against the law and she might have to say something that you assume that therapist is a woman. I've only got to go to therapists. I'd like to think that by the end of this season. We're going to have sex with and that you feel comfortable enough for me to be your spell you ever. I'm the least judgmental personal for towed. He's not going to buy into this. There's no way you're confident. I'm telling you I think we're the right. Where the right level? You've got no chemistry with them. I know but I'm hoping by the end of the season. Something happens that I would be special someone to go. Listen we're not that close but I know you're not judgmental. I had sex with a goat and I need you to be in this with me. And how would you react to that? Jesus Christ I gotta get someone knowing he. I can't I can't work with the person fucked. Go you could have a quote fucker right. You're cut loose. Yeah Jennifer did it to everybody. Keep your fucking mouth shut on this fucking thing you hear me. We all did it. We did it once. We're like a a big little lies all fucked we gotta keep it quiet. Would you rather skinny dip with someone you know the opposite sex or a stranger or stranger? There's there's no question here why because I I will never see them again and I will see that other person. Yeah like like a friend. Not a chain. No no thank you. What are the concerns there? I don't need to see my business. Okay but a stranger who cares? Let's go strange woman's ghostbuster on. Both women splash around sweetie. Yeah it's one of those noodles. No nothing if it's someone you don't know a stranger you're now frolicking. I'm not sitting on the edge of cannibals in the pool splashing about so. You're having now a fun fun summer afternoon with a straight yes. I've ski ice getting. I've done this with strangers. Yeah at a hotel pool Let's pick the year ninety. What was the content to be in the other comedian Pat Francis? We did a show that did not go. Well okay. We then went down to the pool and the entire audience was at the pool and all of a sudden they were buddies. Hey actually that's not true. One person went. Oh it's a comedians and somebody wanted to comedians go. Hey we're skinny dipping. You want in and and we went. I don't I don't know if we went four skinnier just down to the underpants. That's a huge difference. There's a public pool. But if you're throwing you just said I did. This is such a difference between me getting in there. I would get in front of you and my bra underwear if I had to. You would look is in front of you. I would not do that if you were to. Stranger or Jennifer I would do it. Are you coming onto Jennifer? I dated many Jennifer my day. Oh yeah the second one I did. We call Jennifer to convince heated care for that. Tony and this is. Let's be clear fully nude where I got you. Here's the thing. I don't know that I have a huge problem with either. Oh Tony Back. But I'm also I'm also not claiming that I've you know running around doing that but I don't have a problem being nude in front of someone I know. I think if I'm if I'm if I'm in the scenario like this one of these has to happen all right sure. Which which would which wants this kind of stuff. That ideal recommended him. I guess I guess I'll go friend. I feel like Jennifer. I know the answer. I think we talked about this before. But which was it. It's friend friend. Yeah male friends Fran okay to talk about really yeah. Do you have a MALE FRIEND IN IN MY MIND? I have like two that I would. Yeah I also went to Jewish summer camp and you were just. We did that. Yeah it does. I am Jewish Summer Camp. Like we had like a coed skinny dipping. We did that. Talk about a twenty. What the fuck are you talking about our camp at twenty thousand? Okay okay. That was counselor. I've been going since like I was a child the county. We're just doing this. You were a child. No no counselor. Okay we'll make that clear. I love that I'm finding out. This is what happens when you start projects with people you don't I love it. You find out that they sledded around their Jewish camp or she was Jewish. I knew she was Jewish. I mean it's kind of obvious but I just feel like that's a thing you know. That's the finkle Jennifer Finkel. It's we talked about it the first time all right. We're GONNA take a quick break. Then we're coming back very quickly and we're going to get Jimmy out of here. Hey guys doing to take vitamins. But you're always like Oh my God. There's so many things in this and I don't think I need all that stuff. And where is this coming from? Then you should take a look at ritual vitamins. They are created by women for women and it is the multi vitamin reimagined. They figured out basically all you need are nine nutrients to support a great foundation for your health so that is all that's in there. The vitamin has been obsessively researched which I love ritual. 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I'll be honest I have not been doing my making my bed or having it be the year of my sent as much as I wanted it to be but there is an APP that I think everybody should look into because it's a habit changing program that uses cognitive therapy to focus you on your goals and make you feel empowered to change your life for good. It's to be healthier. Eat better exercise have more energy to. I mean honestly improve your feelings of self worth everything and it's an APP again based in cognitive behavioral approach get a personalized course to help you figure out. Why your doing certain habits and to give you the tools to stop doing those destructive habits know you're busy it does not take a lot of time. It's only ten minutes a day. It's designed by psychologists and you get your own goals specialist and you're matched up with other numerous. I didn't come up with that guys. That's their word. And there's always support and people going through what you're going through and I use it for stress management and articles for me to read about foods that gives you more energy and just how to have a little bit more balance in my life Eighty percent of people numerous again finished the program in over sixty percent of stuck with their goals for at least one year which is an incredibly high-percentage on both parts. It is the perfect time to make a step toward healthier habits. Sign up for your trial today at. Neum that's an oem dot com slash savage. That's new Ma N. O. O. M. dot com slash savage. All right. We're back here with Jimmy. Pardo Pardo right though. It's not you know Jimmy. Pardo aright the lose theme of Little Bit of this. Podcast is about a growing up. How we now people who are technically grownup. Sort of like. What does that mean? Were you scared to grow up? I don't think I did know this is the truth when my son was born. I remember I quit. I work for. Mci records again six digit paychecks. All right bragging at twenty two. Wow so left that to do this right so to make one hundred fifty bucks a week like left hanging on rockstars so so that really believed in yourself. That was risky stupid. Yeah I I basically traveled in my car where we stand up comedy Honky tonks and so on so I when my son was born I felt like well. Now I'm adult. I've never really done anything. Risky yeah and so I went and got a tattoo six weeks into my son being born. What is the Tattoo? I have a shark on this arm anchor on this arm. And what did those symbolize? I love sharks and died. Love anchors. Well then the anchor was because I saw my son as an anchor to keep me stable in this crazy stupid world that we live in but you were open minded about that. You weren't like Oh God now. I've got to change who I am. I think it was a little bit of a break like I want to get a tattoo. I was a little bit nervous breakdown. Okay I think that's unfair to people that have had real nervous brand new bit of Midlife crisis or whatever word is where you're just going Holy Shit. Yeah and then. Maybe a week later it was gone for that. It was like pan. I'm a dad now I I can barely get coke myself now. I gotTA in charge of this Little Guy And then that was going but yes otherwise. No I'm not. I'm not afraid although I did have since you brought it up. I did have a situation where it hit me that I may not be alive when my son turns fifty and that made me sob and I broke down and just like the idea of what enough to be able to see him. Grow UP FIFTIES GROWN UP. But you know what I mean by that I one hundred. I totally not no. I really had a realization today. That kind of bum me the F out Man. Yeah and then I got out of. I don't know if I get out of it to be honest with you. I think it's still kind of yeah back. I don't think that is one that just like goes by by but I think I you have those moments of like okay or like something where your child comes home with something? You're like this is. I need to pretend I really know what I'm talking and I'm the adult here is crazy because you're like. When did I become the person that everyone's coming back? Yeah Luckily Danielle. Who's also a clown? But she she knows how to handle these situations like she's really great that and I she tells me that I undersell by being a dad but luckily she knows what to do. And I do the best I can. Okay is there a moment that you can think of? Maybe you can't when your son came to you and you were like Oh fuck I don't I don't know I in years past. I would've probably called my parents and asked them out of hand all. Yeah that's the biggest one is he he got. He got bullied quite a bit this past year and it happened to him in Sixth Grade. Which was the same year that. I got bullied so but yet I don't know how to tell him. I did not know how to tell him what to do like you know. You can't tell them to just let it. Yeah and so. That was a lot of Jesus Christ I would. I would have maybe talked to my parents about this. I said well that's what he's doing. He's talking to his parents about it and you're supposed to have the answer. The answer hard one. That was a hard one and it was eventually I did settle on you know. Look here's the truth if this kid and there was a couple of them but there was one in particular as if it gets to the point where this kid is pushing your buttons and You Punch Him. You will not get in trouble from me. I am not saying. Punch him giving permission to punch him. But if if some point he pushes your buttons and upward views. All of your tools to stop him from doing that. Where if you go. Today's the day man. I can't take it and punch. Yeah if you get expelled. Whatever happens at school and then you come home and go down. I got expelled. You will not get in trouble cured and I think that gave him some competent stood like okay. My Dad's not going to be mad at me and told them L. She of course. She kind of agreed. She's like I have to say I agree with that because I think sometimes that now gives him license that gives him some trick in the back pocket if he needs to have it that's been sanctioned and to also know if the shit hits the fan and not one fucking kid school ever talks to you again you still have us right which ultimately. I've had to use that. You know what? I mean like honestly if all of this drama when kid girl draw stuff say this went from four to twelve ran. It's not going to say you lost all your friends. You know who you get to still come home to us right and your cousins and your grandparents and all of this and that's worst case scenario. Which isn't that bad of a scenario right. That's a great. I think that's a great thing to say especially as growing up different things out. Then you getting your head maybe you. It's like well. Why is this kid bullying my kid? Well maybe his home life sucks and I'll and then I feel bad for the kid when I don't WanNa feel bad for the good because he's making my kid's life hell I will say that is another thing that I say to my daughter. I go listen usually when somebody's acting like this that means they're unhappy on the inside and we don't know what's going on with them so let's try to take a moment to think about. Maybe what's making them? Act like this is. Maybe something else is happening where they're not feeling good about themselves. Maybe someone's not treating them well. Guess what I while that might be hard to understand at the moment when they're throwing food at you you know understanding storing food and because at home. Maybe he's getting hit around like you don't know so yeah yeah. It's rough rough so rough waters. It doesn't make it better. I want you to brag about something that you are particularly good at in your life. What is something that POPs to your mind when I go Jimmy? What are you great APP? Do you want the funny answer either. Way Well the thing that I'm really great out of this covers I could. I could guide a car automatic car. Wash like nobody's business. I'm able to line my tire up with that every single time. There's no I'm never getting the move your He steered left right. I'm able to get it right down the center. I feel like I'm ready to say all right. I'm very proud of my podcast. Yes but I am an Euler alluded to this earlier. I'm a great game show host. Yes you are. I am a great game show host and and I'm proud of that I love co hosting game shows. There are things I'm not good at in this business dammit. I'm great at that you are and I will vouch for that as you know complimenting you feels uncomfortable because it doesn't feel right you are and you should have a game show and it's what you're meant to be. Can I just one second Quebec team? The Brag I feel like when I go to the CAR WASH. They take my car and they lead it in more often than not. I will go to the automatic one to save forty minutes of my life. Oh this is the one where you drive yourself. Where do you even fine? Those I wanted to apply to more often because they wanted to take my daughter through because I thought she'd find it fun. I can tell you that Auburn up on them from the first few times founded a little scary. How old was he seventeen or he was. I don't know you're right four by my daughter's ten if she finds that scary she's such a pussy and this is something we need to talk to her. I would talk to her. It is how I talk here. Yeah but she loves the show. She's GonNa Listen. Never been able to see her. Hear anything I've ever done right. It's offensive enough pudding what you do exactly now something that you think that you'd like to work on the other side to work on. Yeah something that and it could be funny. It could be something serious here. Look this is a silly answer. Yeah but I often bragged. There's nothing I love more than fantasy baseball and I'm horrible at I'm not good. I don't win okay but I love it and if I don't know I used to win but I don't anymore what's happened. Deboer you used to have to look at status got. I've already don't care right. I'm literally you started and I was like everything in my body just went. Don't care I know and I knew that you don't care Jimmy. Thank you so much for coming and doing our podcast. It is a delight to see you. And is there anything you would like to plug? Just my podcast. I feel like we've done that a lot. I think so too and then you can follow me on twitter like anybody else step up. I'll let you know where I stand politically with the occasional joke. Thank you for giving us a heads up real heat. Hey couldn't hurt. You'd have some more jokes on. They're not just turn on our President Fair enough nope fair enough but thanks for coming closer by Tony. I'm excited for this. What are we GONNA do okay? So you know how right before the holidays? I asked listeners to call-in as my Christmas gift and say their name and how they say about hall's Tis The season new Tis the season tools. The swabs was the season. Nothing has delighted to be more than listening to these voicemails. I've listened to them all. It gives me a unhealthy sense of laughter and pride and love and solidarity hearing grown people call in and do this just to be silly. Yeah and it just makes me happy because I know it means people are just sort of being loose and enjoying themselves. And the whole point of the podcast. Yeah it's been an absolute delight so we can't obviously air them all because it would take too long but we have put together a compilation of our fans and their butt holes. And I'm so excited wasn't fun to listen to them. I never enjoyed something more. It really is. It really is just a really ridiculous ridiculous thing that makes me laugh So everybody as we end the podcast this episode. Enjoy our fans and their buttonholes. Hi Guys and listening to Paul. Right episode and Phil wanted to call and give you my sound bite. My Christmas gift to you. My name is Mary Kay homes and this is how I say that one angle and this is how what hold back there. My name is heather and this is how is day not host right. I'm Levi on. This is how I say. Oh Hi my name's Alesia Hamilton. And this is how I say butthole Hi Andrea. My name is misty and I live in central Illinois which is Super Boring. And I love your podcast and I love. I'm sorry and this is how a five year old woman a mom does hold. 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Dr. Drew After Dark | Wandering Eyes w/ Christina P | Ep. 82

Dr. Drew After Dark

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Dr. Drew After Dark | Wandering Eyes w/ Christina P | Ep. 82

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Thank you and I have A. Yeah Dr Misery, but it's an intellectual misery. I wouldn't know. Zony woke up feeling were I had weird dreams between seven eight o'clock this morning and I woke up feeling worthless. Dear. What happened lower the dreams? They know they were I was sort of in the field helping friends who became septic essentially, and I couldn't figure out where we were to get the first responders there. But the point was I was doing critical care which I know how to do and I woke up feeling God damn it I'm not doing enough helpless. WanNa do more about doing enough doing enough and the helplessness is just generally how the world has made me feel lately. I think I've said that almost every week we walked in. And So but useless worthless was a special deal morning and because your your identity is so tight into your work that. Actually, I would argue most men. Their identity is tied to work. I've watched my husband, go through different phases of this core and him not being able to stand up I think Santa for him as a huge release valve for range right? and. He can't lift weights because he had this hernia operation out. So are you are you telling something in code blink your eyes so s if indeed, we need to save you from something. Know very healthy and how he supplements the rage. Or anything no but he was writing sketches seen him with God. Fuck, whatever look the point is it's all over so so you feel helpless. Yes I, feel helpless but here's my here's my my rebellion is on lakes. Let's go. To here I was liking myself, what would I do if I were an frank? You know when the Nazis were coming feel like you're that now I feel sane. War Two I feel like I'm part of the French underground. This is where we broadcast out general. But I always meet our French underground meeting once a week. It's what we say behind closed doors. Everybody's secretly saying behind closed. I don't know. Yeah. Okay. I think so okay I think the I think they're talking about. Pussy is that we go thanks yeah. Is that what you told me they? Know. That Mrs Pence has a Web wop is it the Saab we're getting we're getting two Cardi. B.'s lyrics right? Is it a or a WOP A wop. Talion slur whatever it is. It was we were talking about the are of of how music was being censored in this country eighties and nineties you know using the S. word was a reason to get completely now is it? Now, it's wipe yet will in the Eighties Tipper Gore daughter named Tipper Tipper Gore was into sensory. Yes. Because people that commit suicide with an Ozzie Ozzie record or something, and then next thing. By the way. I. Tapped Cardi B. early. I'm fearful she's going to spin that her. Son, go wrong here like. What's going to go wrong I don't. I don't know I. Don't have a prediction I just. I, am worried about her she. She's she's indulging what's so great about her to a point where it's going to start having consequences. Well, isn't that the nature celebrity is they wanNA build you up so that it can be torn down and we're to much sure the grew the mob is going to tear her down. She will self destruct. Yeah. Rank relationships will go bad. They had already are already lost her baby daddy I keep keep tabs on her relationships there on the outs. Also shoes to be really into posting things about her child culture haven't seen a lot of culture. In inevitably. Substances, somehow gets in there. You know even if she goes to a doctor, she's having panic attacks or whatever and my profession. I'm going to bet that's where it goes and then it's like pels and Oh. My patient Abso- I'm such a good doctor. Oh, she wants antics. Okay. Okay. Okay. xanax rights how that's how that happened. Well, my my shrink said that it's not great for physicians to prescribe. Xanax and things that are of a mental nature what you should go to a psychiatrist. Absolute. Just like your John Wooden go to a generalist have surgery. Why would you know to have them apply very complicated neuro active medication yes and I'd also check out meet US characters. Too much medication man the whatever whatever the excuse is just go see the expert, please the expert, and then you check in with that expert depending on how often they want to check in with you to make sure on the right meds and and by the way I am I am I, have plenty of critiques for my psychiatric colleagues with the overusing today's pains and other things like that. Still where near as bad as the general and what they think they're doing for people. That's a wet ass pussy. That seems really. Susan. Was this come back on your show. To scheduling. This one thinks she's the one nervous about it. You immediately thought of your wife when. She's nervous about what? I'm going to let her do her story GonNa pull it out of her right out of her. Set you up for that. He did. Thank you. Eat that you got so far. So thoroughly with her, she's worried about where it's going next, you know what I'm saying. That's weird that you finally recognized my superpower. Oh, I, know this your superpower but but hers superpower is she has no filter. She knows the yours you were with her superpower could end up in really bad place. No telling. No tell both of us. Who? KNOWS WHY? I tell you what we may find stuff out. We don't. I can't wait to have her back on and you know what the world is ending. I feel like anyways who gives a shit just throw hair I don't care like that. Don't you feel. Better feel better. But I do I feel like the world I do feel like it's all it's fucking weird and. Ducked, my an frank analogy I always when I used to read her stuff because. If I were a little and frank would I stay and just hope that things get better or do I flee? Do I flee before the Nazis come in and now I'm thinking like I gotta move at L. A. Man. Flee Alaska they don't fuck with the own Alaska. I'm considering the same thing. and. What's most troubling to me of all is you get in you get criticized or in a shit storm I just asking questions. That's what's really is. I just want him just kind of figure things out know the facts? No, the science no, no, no no, you're not. That is fascism, right? Size Maoism really well, all roads are leading to kind of a Marxist thing that are it's happening right now especially of white privilege and count I'm not saying that those things don't need to be address racism and all this. But I, do feel like it's just yes silencing stuff we don't agree with which is completely counter to what democracy is rain, what happened just allowing different people to live and coexist, and so now to silence the other side is really what's weird mean how how else I you know I I I set up a stream with a guy I wanNA talk to WHO's a big anti-racist sort of. Intellectual I want to know how do we do this and how do we talk about? Let's really probe it. Can't do we can't do because your system of thinking is created by white patriarchal means I know don't want to change that. You know here's the deal man. I'm as feminist as they come I kind of like you guys have set shit up I mean. For the most part I, Dunno democracy. Cool roads great medicine so far. So fucking good. I like capital by the way we're ready. MAZING. Come on border buddy you look happy to have you. The white privilege includes privileging bringing everybody else hit with you. Well, that's the thing is including taking over our our ship. That's fine. That's fine. I was just telling my husband. We're driving through Santa Monica yesterday, which is now a shell of what it used to. It's a canyon of homeless a canyon. Yes, and everything's boarded up and Santa Monica is where my father came in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight. We're all living in Canada to check out L. A. and my husband and I were just going. Could you imagine being raisin communism and escaping and finally making it and and seeing Santa Monica and like girls on roller skates and it's sunny and it's heaven Andrew Give you the exact image of what Santa Monica was like nine, nineteen, seventy eight. peewee big adventure. That was that was, says they fifth the Fifth Avenue Providence or whatever the prominent? That's what it looked like in nineteen seventy eight as it did in the bigger than it and imagine the freedom he must have felt and the opportunities e has unlike any. Any fucking came here with nothing and he built he at one point lived in Clark Gable's hideaway house. He made a lot of money did great things he and have a fucking high school education It's like that's to me. That's America. That's still stands. That's still is, but I'm all you want to dismantle shit. Great. Let will what's the alternative present me with some some rational ship when I I spoke to a couple of BLM leaders that that's what I said I went. Look at history whenever everything is ever institutions have been destroyed. What steps in his Machiavellian is that it's dictatorships? Yes. Horrible things. Are you mean there's not one not one example of where it goes well, not. And and. They'll point at the American revolution like no that wasn't dismantling anything. They kept the same institutions at the British App they just they just didn't have the monarchical rule same institutions they were not doing institutions at all in the American revolution. So. Yeah. So again, yeah if you want to dismantle the patriarchy great, but what's the alternative? What are we looking at here getting up in our heads would? Worthless We keep we keep. We talk about. And we look at them tick talks. That's what. Do I really think they getting. I do think physically going to a place. That's GONNA. Make me feel better on the outside and safer on the outside and save on the inside I'm saying like. Maybe, moving is going to help. I think so and then and then yeah you just start your own island and we start our own Commun- of like minded folks I guess and look at crazy people on the talk and I don't fuck not. Let's open. The Pallet I forget the talks have been getting difficult for me to curate because they're they're not allowing me to share it the gram. staining because everything. INSTAGRAM started meals. Over. Here, we got a testament of faith. It would take sanctuary of my deity to release me from these bonds. Please answer this clerics call follow me to the Grammy Sustenance and show me the way from the elements I hear you and I follow you. Don't understand. Helping you. More. Did he say, the grammy. What's grammy or what do you think's going on there? Is that delusion or drugs I think that some performance of something. I don't think that's anything that goes down. There's nothing for me. Cool. Yeah. Would this National. Drying use these women against those? Crazy, what do you think your girl brands and wha like we? The women? Women. Got It by. The problem with that guy. Is that anyone who? We're both moderates right we're between between between everything. But what I see my friends on the left talk to you about the people on the right. This guy is what they think. They think it's all this Guy Wackadoo news guy they think it's all this. And this guy is special and there aren't too many of these guys there. And if they are. They don't sort of support themselves ask. So he's an outlier, but he's got a big smile. He's a cool guy though he got goatee not cool guys not. He's got that. I thing. Goes. Goes up that that is there is something I think that is the universal side of the Tiktok. Right, because the cool has right. The cooling is with the not they're all over the place just tiktok but the. The the drifting I, that is unique to the actually rate, and here's my problem with the instagram reels is that you don't see this realness you don't. It's really hard. But they're no real. The real people. Oh thank you. Because instagram is all about inspiring and aspirational behaviors puzzle. All about debasement enlight let's go to the real real. I want the people in the trailer park and it's really hard for me to carry it on rails right now. Come on and the talk is that now that we've defined the nature of talk. Oh. This one's my favorite. Story time. On you know why I'm sharing this with things and everybody. Know bellred ahead. I have never been on a day. I never been in a relationship. I had. Never. What? Restart and same dating site again. But Alan single. I'm just GONNA say that and put it keeps getting a record. Think. Max, headroom. What do you think happened earaches standout isn't it? That is interesting that he did pick that piece of flair. I just don't know like what Hap- his brain shorted out when he was like. That's a that's A. That's like taking a seven horsepower engine trying to drive up a steep grade it just. Couldn't do it. Thoughts together. Is a chemical thing? Whereas right you're saying it's an innate mechanism took he bit off more than he could chew. Right? They've performance issue. Short. Short it out he just ran out of juice. But I can't get over the earrings. Wow. You really struck by that I. I thought way it's one year, which is one of your gate and that's the old code. Thank. Because now like straight rappers will wear too so that. So he saying something with those diamonds or whatever. Right. Here, they're huge. Those will be like how much Dollars. That's ridiculous. Nobody should buy those. Hearings, but he's a statement and I forgot what the statement is. He's telling me something I think maybe it's a sign for a sign of distress. Help me I. Think he's trying to say like, I, which is always interesting. People are like I haven't been able to find that right? person like he's he looks to be about like late forty maybe and he's like I haven't had a girlfriend had sacks i. think is what he was stopping himself from saying and is it one of those people? WHO's like? No one's good enough for me which is such a bizarre argument like what what do you? Think's really happening when someone's like? No one's good enough for me. Well. That's many things that can be a lot of things, right? Because sometimes the weight of avoiding intimacy not good enough for Nebraska closed anybody and that's Ultimately. That's kind of narcissistic thing, right? And it can take many forms. It can be no one's good for me and I'm great or good enough for me and. It's just the way. The world is the world's sector well. This is one of the biggest problems of our time. Yeah. Resolving their world is messed up right. The people have horrible feelings inside locating them out there That is not the way you deal with this. That is how you create a traumatic reenactment can yeah. So have you say everyone's abusive you'll find abusive people to it's all you're seeing your blinders. At away that that stuff right and so I, it's the worst worst thing and I almost think. Shifting from Narcissism to history onic. ooh Interests Getting weirdly histrionic. Say the right I know what I'm kind of familiar with. A lot of drama much more drama. Its victims. Of all that sort of stuff that's out there was the problem on fine. But the, but the stereo around everything the way we spin out of control and we don't even. I I was thinking about it and relation to the mailbox thing. Right the mailboxes were being picked up because be pristine mail and stuff, and that became well, we're going to try to prevent. We're getting meals I, how did we even get there this was Not Know what. So there's an organization out there collecting mailboxes few million mailboxes I think those mailbox and what's it? This was an what happens to the post office then you can't take male put in the post office you can't put it in a mailbox in the other it's just insane and that's hysteria. That's true is where you could you conclude things that are just grandiose. Dick and just have no relation to do you think the part of that comes from social media and quote fake news and all this the there's too many news sources that are not valid be fair. You're looking at the source of the hysteria I'm just saying we have become his they're. Just a little thing, and this is not those of you that are feminist I don't attach any feminine. ONYX S I've heard this bullshit bullshit. Boatyard predicted this. Have I mentioned this on the show let me tell you something. Is that educate tell you what Zoom Gene Boulder Yard J. E. A. N. Bodnar B. A. U. D. R. I. L. L. A. R. U. D. R. I. L. L.. A.. R. D.. And Bolt Dot. This is not new all this nonsense. This woke US staff came from postmodernism and I learned post postmodernism at the very end my philosophy education because it was considered the most ludicrous insane way of King, and it was all irrational. Sure. The French or read a focal would. Power not everything's a power and knowledge struggle for Coke, was even in his construct in there was late eighteenth nineteenth century. So he's in the key becomes popular in like this nineteen sixties but his stuff is detached from reality hundred percent and philosophers don't even consider to be a reputable philosopher neither they don't even like bojars these. French. People this the whatever in this time very are not valid. So boatyard predicted the death of the real the hyper real. If you look at the Matrix, they pay homage to this one neo pulls down the book it's simulation in simulation and because a reboot art. I'm. Guys to do him I think they already have the critique of the political economy of the sign anyway. Here's the point he predicted goals that pilots. Do. The point is he predicted the death of the real meaning the. Hyper reality picture a map and enough times there would be a map on top of the map because everybody would start reporting things differently and he uses the first Gulf. War is an example of this because we never saw the images of the bodies in Vietnam. When people died you saw the body they had a death count's night. What happens with the first Persian? Gulf War is you wouldn't see body. So there's no talk of a death counselor. Desert stories at the first one in ninety two some stormy almost it almost felt like. Antiseptic three days of right. So Boatyard sense is this this non reality, but the the spins, it's all the US stuff was all pressure learn is but now but think of a great prediction that being that the news and stuff and and you have post modernity, you have things that aren't real like look at Madonna Madonna is a throwback to a whatever she's not really her own thing. She's pastiche she's recreated pass thing everything becomes a recreation of something else cultural culturally. But this now is intellectually and so now perceptions of reality. Correct. So but he predicted the death of the real. This is where we are the death of the real were in a hyper reality because the information that's being reported is not real unreality. That's right and people are laughing at this guy but Hey fuckers were in the hyper real right now, where do I give this? Seven. I'll go fucking send you book on Amazon Samuel Accurate Simulation. It's a really good one of you lacquer simulate Gra and simulation. Akra was he saying that we are a A simulation as sort of his sort of construct. Well, not not totally but that. There would be no reality because of of signs and symbols being misinterpreted and that's what's happening. Got To go back to science man what's the evidence? What's the evidence? What's the evidence period period now people aren't even allowed to conduct. I knew that's where my grave concerns line. That's why I want to talk to everybody WanNa like what's what's the evidence? What's the evidence? What's the evidence scientists being invalidated now with relationship to the vaccine to the corona vexed? Well, unfortunately. Because, they're confusing data with science data has become the science of data. That is data. It's just a way of sort of modeling things. Now. I'm depressed and screwed up. Let me tell you. So here's. Here's what I read back after. Boatyard Yard after all this, the only thing we can do is Okay like in the east they accept a multiplicity of realities they except for used right like they accept the many different practices of religion. We have a problem with stuff because Western society. So Binary judeo-christian, it's good. It's bad. It's heaven. It's hell wearing a puritanical cycle. That's the thing we're in a deeply puritanic cycle, which is scary. So we have to accept these different validity. More. Maybe open up our perspective besides being Jesus some. Getting. Galions. Okay. Yes. Unveiling, it is the synthesis. Antithesis. Yes. There you go. And yeah, maybe we have to extend our definitions. This is I. Don't know if. Somebody came after him. cursor where people for people who are talking about this being simulation I am sympathetic to one part of it would know which is that our brain recreate it's it's a recreating instrument, right? And to the extent that that's a simulation that our brain is not a, it's not it's not reality it's A. It's a recreation reality, our brain, right? WE'RE GONNA be recording memories embedded in reality, but we are not recording reality on reality's terms say interpreted the thing in itself is unknown value. Yes. But some would say that's male patriarchal western thinking. Dude. Of itself. But by point is that if you want to believe that you're sort of an assimilation. Urge you to stay with the simulation of your brains making. Yeah. Good. Therefore, you're kind of control of it to yes. A little bit but I don't know was going that far I. think he was saying that we just don't know what the fuck will be. Fuck basically voice message. Palette. Again here we go. Voice Message after Bowed Yard High Hitler? For. SAY COMING TO SAY THAT MY NAME IS A. Calling because my husband tends to WHO's a Irwin? We have socks and that's he shared with me that this has never happened with anybody else before and they're extremely detailed I mean there's literally an entire town where we go to different locations and. I mean the detail I mean he says, some of the houses are so viet era. Know what this is about what it could be related to thank you. Okay. A I'm I'm actually very concerned I'm wondering if he's hallucinating at other times during the day he he actually should see a doctor about this and you don't have to tell them. It's only during sacks if you want but. The brain tumors can do stuff like this. And medication can do stuff like that is there's something something is up biologically setting this up. And or psychiatric. So have to find out what's going on there and it's not true. You're great after the sexist. Great. But a is not all that protects here. It's all about sex. He's got some serious stuff. We're GONNA mix up our signs, and that's what this is about I forgot. Sorry. You're sorry. I, like. Garbage chocolate con dairy doll houses, Leotard become kind of elise imbed Freud right we use. Oh Yeah. Anyway. This all Marxist, shit coming back around fucking commies. Menopause makes me tight when having sex lately. You know what? My. Vaginal walls contract on their own it hurts is this menopause. Schick Christina, ever hear of. Jeans tight lady I mean we all know the Vaduz respond to hormones. Of, the the Vaduz. Sexual. Responsiveness. And I think women have a a range of of contract Tila around the vad sure and for some women, the contract of forest is pretty intense and it's part of the orgasm, right? Right. Right for some women to cause the orgasmic everts part of somehow women that are highly orgasmic that sort of thing is part of the deal which has a cook about this again. Here. But. But the fact that she's heading towards menopause and having any sort of symptoms down there. I wonder if just the vaginal walls irritated because of dryness from the lack of estrogen and maybe she's right maybe as menopause, how old is she the? Pre Perry whatever Perry should be treated Tony what. There's some evidence now that estrogen with testosterone reduces your risk of breast cancer. It's really exciting. I'm GonNa try that testosterone. I well, yeah. I need to. Tell you about it. My has never contracted on its own but when I was breastfeeding, it was very dry inhospitable to peanuts tour. Nature's way of being like, Bitch. Don't you dare a hundred percent a hundred percent and also excuse me sex drive and everything. down. We're we're feeding one now it's best we can do. Not Give me another amazing majors like no bitch. Back to our post structural conversation is that we can't talk about evolutionary biology, which is bizarre to me. I'm a trained biologist and everything biology was organized. Everything. They know it's I've I've taken to these days Tony. The gender, you're not even say male and female anything, and so I've taken to talking about polar bears now. Does just talking about polar bears. What makes a male and female polar bear? The polar bears young. Bears back for scientists who is to be very careful. She goes she goes. I have not studied polar bears. Get Point. Point. I am no expert so. One more email. Well, what do you think is the gender stuff medicine is this considered medicine I what do you mean a transgender stuff? Yeah. Is it considered Madison? Will. My thing is that I because there are a apparently I'm being told if this stat if these data's accurate that there's a growing group of transgender that are review revising back, I've heard that too your and that means that doctors are not picking the right patients to treat. They should be able to pull that out before they treat them. WHO's the population that is likely to need what is that study them figure it out. So we can, for instance, not give them hormones at twelve. Other as opposed to giving everybody hormones a trough because the ones that really are good candidates for it could be hurt by not doing, which is true. Yeah, there I'm sure there are some children who know very unlike dude I am one hundred percent I've seen it. I've seen them treated they're great. They're renew treat them early it's clearly advantageous clearly but if you treat them early and you've got the wrong. Population you can harm them in their WANNA revise back and now you can't or difficult whenever. So I'm just saying let's laid at the feet of medicine to be able to be better in our choice of which patients, what treatment and Wen Mei guts job needs to be a criterion or ways of assessing we will get it right every time but at least be increased the probability of here that's all I'm saying. Take a break. 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Can there would make you think that it would get a negative reaction from my body but my mouth for some reason decided to Salvi whenever I sit to poop I'll stop by also have to spit it out because I saw I feel like it's equivalent to eating shit no, you do not. Salivate while pooping But usually people want to know about smelly Brown farts. They won't understand what that is and that's the methane produced by the bacteria, your colon, and you couldn't change the productivity of that thing with your Diet oftentimes. Like cutting things. Sorry. I'm still stuck on farts don't push the shutout I feel like that's not valid I mean have done science on this bird has never been the same since that he's really been traumatized by that. By the way, would you get on the end to get that? C. Pap machine for him I mean I think he's at a town right now he's always out of town. And Yeah. C-PAP because he we've got it all set pitch, my office just get fitted for and stuff, but they're ready to go. Mess. Him. He's not sacrifice him first when they come for us he's the one that you let them. Yeah but he's not. He's not a mess in the way that so many people are a mess today. Right. He's oddly a family man he works for a living like he holds it together empirically like on on all the boxes. Yeah, he's one of those functional fucking. Nice it's your functional mess. What is the functional mess because my focus anybody's able to work and have a relationship still use drugs? Oh, what is that like how hard is that gotta be? It. It's not that hard because because the way substances work that you kind of you they go, you keep it under control and it was. Out of control part is a rapid escalation that lose it all of a sudden, and that's where I was worn you WANNA keep drinking. That's fine but you gotta pace it or you will lose control control ninety treatment now now, it's no longer in your control, we have to help you with that. But but he he still has it in his control, right but it's but he's doing it at a dangerous level is having medical relevance. That's that's the problem. Yeah. I see what he's got the master enabler in their Leeann puts up with him renew the Now. We'll talk about asshole recovery time. I keep it high in tight like any. I don't Brown often usually every few days I'm thirty six and I'm noticing a Rt.. To track down for this one asshole recovery time. Wow. Oh, this is something for time. Seem to take longer and longer after a large beast of approved, sometimes, they'll take three to four five minutes where my asshole feels normal again, people act as well ask ask. The people I ask act like this is just my problem. Should I be worried to me? It feels like. Could I change help you. Why is that surprising as he even described the large Group to tear your ass off a little bit and then it has to. That it has to. Be. Any within reach ended off, is that too much to ask an. Because I because he told me. I was like it'll be, and then he goes on with kind of an idea when I go it sounds like it's massive for any and he really dissociates when he's doing like he really hates Browning he hates browning the way I hate bar fame but you would hate browning at that level if you were having these gigantic operations, tear yourself apart every time right I think it's more psychological for any it is but it also has a physical reality to it now because it's actually hurting. Yeah. So browns just hurt sometimes guys I mean think about when you have a loose brown when you diarrhea sometimes your asshole hurts you may WanNa get your reasoning. You may want to get a Toshi early does a shirt in here somewhere. I think about your asshole when you have diarrhea. Burn it burns. Again have there been tests trials on whether or not farts pushed the shit out Tom and I were discussing it yesterday. Conclusion yet, we're GONNA have to use a radioactive element that people swallow, and then we it track it through the Guy Yeah. I don't know how we document force. You know what I mean how would you do the force but? I will tell you why the reason I know it doesn't is because when you do when you do rays of guts, the gases all over the place it's everywhere. It's everywhere. It's not like just behind the poop pushing odd. It's thirty in with it, and sometimes it coalesce comes out by itself. That's all. I mean, another Morrison's hasty voicemail. It is hasty. Fine. Anecdotal twenty, four years old and. I have been dealing with erectile dysfunction come quick. What's something like boost my confidence or maybe some medication or something like that that Increase my legs sexual performance. Love the show. Thank you. Is he saying has tell dysfunction and premature ejaculation or is he confusing erectile dysfunction with premature ejaculation? Dick off. Just as Christie's. Decks. Bro. That's it. That's what a big European leader say goes. With this stubbings, such busey about you'd. Go to the doctor you idiot. Anka. Premature ejaculation in the young male is normal and there's various ways to deal with it, which is There are medications, but they're people don't have to prescribe them. There's numbing cream. Yes. How `Bout you take one or two out of the chamber before you get in. Can't say that numbing cream problem is it gets on the ladies badge condom. On Ego cream condom and but there's lots of little things you can do and. And more bortles working with a partner many partners are sort of. They're not that enamored by prolonged intercourse, many partners and so that sort of a compliment when you come quickly and so someone it depends your partner is right. So you gotta work on it with her. Whatever and Let's do some smoking Dandruff. Shall We know? What the hell are you sure. Yeah. Vapor. Shit Oh. What is from? The someone submitted Wyoming, but this is so hard for me. Okay. Step one he scratches had dandruff. Can I. Always a okay. So it's So cool guy. Obviously cool s number one number two seems like he's on math because the way he's like Judge Judy Ring Around Strategy. So this is the kind of thing that occurs to you when you're on math is smoke dandruff just because think about the craziness because it looks like a powdered substance therefore, I get high doing it whatever fucking man it. Here we go. Oh Jesus it's so great. Boy. We listen to what he says the. Russian. You're ready. Yeah. Did he's the dry more. Well what does? It easy. Neck is that says, dry DAB. He's the dry DAB king. That's what he calls himself. The DRY DAB kink. Please everybody send more. Him He's. More. What are the repercussions of, smoking. So. Many cool. People I mean you did Rehab. And by the way, let me tell you I wouldn't admit to say I'll see tomorrow next week show. But don't forget thanks to you and Tom. By preliminary thanks shows. You've introduced to so many cool people. And and there's several that I have an immediate reaction to where I want to go out and meet them. I. Have you've introduced me but I want to go spend a little time and see where they live. See the I literally like, I'm Jane Goodall and I want to go see them in the in the wild I just I'm. So I know what motivates to go live in the jungle. The same thing I've experiencing. So RPC's. Boy Pick Newman. Of. ood Dab boy dry dry deb king see I mean these are people I want to go visit right but the normal reaction is to have the opposite you know that right like the normal person's reactions. People Guy Smokes. Wrong with them. No more. I WANNA. Know more I'm interested but I don't know if I want to meet them all you. Beat them in an alley I just wanted to go visit their whole. What do you imagine? You're gonNA find in the dry DAB kings. More than you imagine. Much like with RPC it, it just kept on giving I'm telling you when I go visit that guys. When I go visit his tant. Yeah. They'll be a lot to be learned there. Yeah. But that's where he's living. It's amazing in a tent and if he lives it, do we know what part of the country? We know nothing of these people other than please. I'm begging you. Please send. Him. They'll find talk to him. you very kindly brought him me up to RPC, which led into this long term relationship that we're in now, and it's going to yield more soon. Very excited. But I need I need more DAB king does not. Do It for me I need a different way. I like to know their background like what caused. The Dry Dab king nice sat and I talked our. I was couldn't stop that was fascinating and I love people's blind spots to their trauma. That's my family. My mom used to read a pornography to deal like when he says. Would not have no big deal but but he represented attire era for me because he's I get. He even said he goes. That's the way we did in those days we thought it was cool to and the did they. They was a lot that kind of rhetoric back then like kids are sexual being there. We had an epidemic of childhood sexual abuse. They Evei. What would our Hungarian leader say? Why. Would he say? I say I say. Has To you. You were this guy you. Look at this. From anything my Fucker, I collect all these pedophiles and they fucking burn them. I would. I would collect them all. Do you think we should be kind towards them. So what you're saying You're saying we should. I've sat with him and had me size. You gotta remember that the fifteen year old who's traumatized by you know the sexual abuse that happened anyway seven is crying in front of you is has a probability, not a high probability, but he probably have being the perpetrator later. and. That's reality and my thing always is. Yes we better deal with that reality, and if you're having those impulses, do something about it because if you hurt other people will now to legal problem. We'll. Take. And Gary Leader we'll have you. gave. paget school. Remaining. You is if I can say. Like how you worked in. The opposite of WAP. Chess Q.. Chess School judges churches. PAGET's he started. So no more that guy can't stand it I can't stand there was. Literally nothing more out well, I think we've seen him before, but all he does is smoke as Dandruff. It always does breadth to his work right now but he's an early artists who knows any other? It's not just dandruff fellow he he normally does smoke DABS, which is concentrated we. The dandruff is kind of like a a sometimes treat. Talk if you if you have anything else with him, I'd be forever grateful by the way. Thank you for the explanation of adapt. something. That the fucking extreme expert. But. He's the right thing to say. Because Dry dabs he doesn't have any water in it. So that's why he's the. Is a little more harshness to it. He's such a he's such a pro give me another. Video, see me something some pot lock here. What do you give us give the title Weak- TIKTOK. You're stupid. A lot of these other people think you are Ya. That's why they're blaming Donald for everything they've done. Come on. We had the economy everything was going well, and it was a planned. Thing with the virus if nobody was paying attention, they all kept saying, Oh, you're. The. Commerce affect remain. I've got notes. Planning on doing it so you would hate him. Because there. Goes, along so TIKTOK. Know what. Has To be, yes, talk can be up to a minute in length because he had the universal tiktok signing. Subtle. The wandering I. I. Swear to God. You see it. You'll see it. You'll see now that I bring it to your attention. Okay Watch. Thinks you're stupid. A Lotta these other. Thank you are. Blaming focusing vision done. On the world there. It goes worse. There it is. There it is. There it is. Is it? Is. It. Really got pronounced I didn't even. Notice him so for now. Dot a cool guy. Cool Guy. No his perfect teeth. Perfect hollow. No the gums were very read leading now I. Always Look Fun Gama Health who will. Lead to a guy that's right. Not and also noticed the amount of Tartar and plaque like this guy needs. Are you have a fucking microscopic. Incredible because the health of the gums cow read, those gums are. Feet, a little bit. What's that mean that can be medication that can be medication sometimes I didn't know when the gums sorta get into the space between the teeth that can become too and also. I just got a wave of its own her weeks everybody. Comes to power just. Gums. It's it. CARE poor oral hygiene. Is Inexcusable. Die Lantin Gum hypertrophy good luck spelling that you know what I want is a record of his spelling things that we've asked him. He's been. He's been really quite good die Lantin case show a picture. Is Disgusting Oh. Holy Shit it's not look at the Fenton induced. To win is. I'M GONNA throw up, look how tiny those braces are with those gums Ho hold ru why? Why is that happening? Why is that happening gingy vital enlargement. Jinja. Jinja val ginger. And everybody we found her weeks by. It's not brown. It's not white is gum. Okay. Now Stop the upper left corner that is that is drug induced come per. Yes Find. Momentum effects of systemic factors. On. It be you should be. Crazy. Stuff this is enough to. Really, got you into some interesting stuff the brace of what's going on there. Why are there so tiny those Steve Hop Jinju enlargement and treatment. Click on that. See what they're telling us. The top causes? and. Those are tiny teeth. Yeah I think they need to be i. don't know what they're gonNa do you can have? Chef keep going down. Reading an article everybody not to bore you Jinja the fast fast please slam Tori. Okay. That's the party. Okay. That's the normal one year talking about that's just disease. Yeah. Look so bad though right that's like our. Going most cool is going to be a cool guy that somebody's not take your gums. Keep going medication induced. That's the when I wanted you to look keep going. Thanks. There's that. My dogs now I is bad. Keep going. Stem it causa is. That see. I mean if you can a lot of this is preventable by just flopping, which really bothers me when people string could take measures. and. Then you don't do this the thing just fucking fos you don't even have to go to the dentist all the time. I mean, let your pills are really good. Brush regularly, and you'll do deter a lot i. you're telling me that I don't push out, and now you're telling me that you don't have. No? No, no no. No. I'm not saying you don't have to I not only plus I use a little sticks in between. Just started to the soft ones the green ones. Hardwood. Better. Really pushing better Bush because I had a little bit early stuff in there and I am not going to get gum disease. Thank you. So. What I'm saying is there's a gigantic distance from the OCD crowd like you and me who service status taking care of our gums and a cool guy and I'm saying the cool guy, the cool to cool guy to be we were just looking at could prevent a lot of his stuff. We just brushes fucking teeth. That's all I'm saying for you to ask them to flaws is A. That's really new. Remember I deal with people all the time sure who I'm asking to do things like take a pill every day right and they can't quite pull that off a lot of the time. Right right I know as a Hungarian leader, it's like an asset. Can Imagine, but that's the way the people. That's cool. Guys are especially s and they do other things that are bad for their gums on top of that like math. The things dry for other stuff. Yeah. Whatever in each other and carbs. So asking them to apply US and the little discomfort in their fingertips. That might cause is an awful lot that it's all. Territory to sit the disdain was rain. Really keep we did. Like half as I was that, guy. took me forever started applause improperly, but once you start, you cannot stop. It's like I can't even fathom life I now that I started using those gum toothpicks like because I have crowns so hard to floss. They're horrible Oh. My God. To both I ate a lot of candy in the nineties I went to Hungary actually an eight, a bunch of mentos. The whole month I was there and I gave myself a cavity and I refuse to get it filled. Now, no, I've had a few but I'm saying I it ended up being a root canal 'cause I stayed in Hungary for month and I didn't get it treated because I don't trust the understand. Your mouth is pristine. Know it's fucking amazing. Okay. Thank you. I don't ensure you're not totally. Kidding I fucking love. This is the best I spent a lot of time and money on this. That did use the Bruce yet? Have you gone that sponsor? You'RE GONNA die it's an electric toothbrush that's like Sonic Shit though it's other level borough were on it don't worry we're working on it. You're going to die. I'm so much happier than we started. He told you. It just takes time united need to like just we'd yet our periods together Whoa I know I'm GonNa Start Gushing soon. But what what would my life be like without this? We would be so depressed if we weren't podcasting right now. Could you can imagine? I know what we do I feel. But don't you feel that life is coming back online 'cause I. I wasn't Malibu. Pier on Saturday night eating dinner with my husband and like nobody was wearing a mask everybody was just like. Your. California. That's something I wanNA talk about to. Next show is California's the only state with this Nazi stuff they're doing until we got you travel a bit right. Since. We haven't traveled man. I've been to five states. In each day was totally different nobody like California where the government is up your ass nobody. And so all the all the none the non mask wearing is a pushback than getting people actually do what they need to do by being. Rational and encouraging the public to there being there being fascistic there. And by the way the system they have set up now we are never going to get out my talked about nick. Nick, show. Okay. Well, thank you all being here. Thank you. All our sponsors will make this possible and thank you for making my life Feels glorious now, but it's actually livable. Love you too pro. We will see time all conversations that information exchange during participation the doctor after dark podcast or interaction on the doctor Dot Com website is intended for educational and entertainment purposes. Only she not confused with treatment or physician medical advice or direction per se must always follow your medical professionals advice and direction nothing. 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May 11, 2020

Sword and Scale Daily

15:02 min | 11 months ago

May 11, 2020

"Hello and welcome back the sword and scale ty- Lee. I'm your host rain Williams. It's Monday may eleventh coming up on certain skill daily in Georgia new information racist accusations of a possible cover-up and the key artery a California banker was shot and killed by a former neighbor who had been harassing him for months. Finally in Iowa a former long haul truck driver is rested in connection with the murders of three women in the Early Ninety S. All this and more coming up on sorting skill daily On February twenty third twenty five year old Ahmad. Rb was shot and killed while jogging in his Brunswick Georgia neighborhood. The suspects Gregory McMichael in his son. Travis McMichael were arrested only last week after video. Recording of the incident was posted online provoking widespread outrage there now booth facing charges of murder and aggravated assault. Now new information suggests a possible coverup of the initial investigation by the DA. Brunswick Gregory McMichael. A former police officer retired only last year as an investigator for the Brunswick District Attorney. According to the police incident report Gregory Mcmichael told responding officers. Aubrey looked like the suspect. And a recent wave of and robberies round the neighborhood however the Glenn County. Police have since confirmed. The new crimes were reported in that neighborhood between January first and February twenty third. Mcmichael told police that when he saw Aubrey running he called his son and the arm themselves and followed arbor in their pickup. He described the responding officers. How armory tried to avoid him his son and how they caught up to another intersection then he claimed the into confrontation with them and travel. Shot him twice. The autopsy showed though the Army was shot three times as he was chasing big. Michael called nine one one. While online with dispatch. Gregory cannot explain what criminal activity? Arii was engaged in. Despite being asked healing said that a black man was running down the street and they looked in the window of an open unfenced construction zone officers were given the video which was released online last Tuesday in the immediate aftermath of the shooting the video was filmed by William Brian. A friend and neighbor of the McMichael's who according to the as letter join them and chasing armory. The video shows McMichael's truck parked and waiting for rb with Travis armed with a shotgun staying by the driver's side and Gregory standing in the bed of the truck holding a handgun. It shows are trying to avoid the McMichael's running around the truck before an altercation takes place nonetheless. Trafficing Gregory Mcmichael arrested let alone indicted for more than two months. It's now emerged. That Glenn County police believed they had enough probable cause to arrest the father and son back in February however it appears there were prevented from doing so by the Brunswick District Attorney Jackie Johnson to Glenn County. Commissioners came four late last week to tell the Atlanta Journal Constitution that they'd been contacted by Glenn County officers involved in the incident. The officers bleed. The suspect should have been arrested immediately but were hindered from doing so by Brunswick District Attorney. Jackie Johnson who spent years working with Gregory McMichael. She should therefore have recused herself from the case immediately but instead she dealt with it in the immediate aftermath only recusing herself days later commissioner. Alan Booker told the journal Constitution quote. The police at the scene went to her. Saying you're ready to arrest both of them. These were the police at the scene. Who had done the investigation? She shut them down to protect her friend. Mcmichael Commissioner Peter Murphy Corroborated Booker's allegations quote when officers at the scene contacted the. Da's office to inform them. They had probable cause for an arrest. They were told not to make the arrest. When Johnson finally recused herself she was replaced by district attorney. George Barnhill Barnhill. Wrote the police a letter telling them that they did not have probable cause to arrest the MKX michaels in his letter. Barnhill claimed the suspects were protected. Because they acted in self defense and by the Georgia Citizens Arrest Statute experts. Have since called this legal analysis flawed. It would not appear. The self defense could apply because the incident report refers to Aubrey's the victim and therefore the McMichael's are considered the aggressors and cannot claim self defense Georgia's citizens arrest statute demands that a citizen witnessed firsthand or have first-person knowledge of felling. Taking place not one. That may have taken place in the past since Michael did not describe witnessing Aubrey commit anything. That could be a felony. The citizens arrest doesn't apply barnhill letter also suggested that the McMichael's right she's armory because his brother and cousin have criminal records the letter also to armories criminal history without going into specifics. This possibly because Arby's criminal history is not very impressive. He was cited once for bringing a gun to campus and once for a single charge of shoplifting a charge that coincidentally gnawed Gregory McMichael was involved in investigating for the Brunswick District Attorney. Barnhill was also forced. Recuse himself after it emerged that he and his son had working ties with Gregory McMichael. The Third District Attorney to take over the investigation. Tom durden still refused to indict. The suspects agreeing. Only to take the case before a grand jury at some point in the future when Georgia goes back to holding grand juries however last week after public pressure durden invited the I. To investigate the case within thirty six hours they found probable cause to arrest the McMichael's Gbi director Vic Reynolds told reporters quote probable cause was cleared or agent's pretty quickly. I'm very comfortable in telling you that. There's more sufficient probable cause and charging felony murder. The fathering center being held without bail penny hearing the GBI. I have not ruled on bringing charges against William Brian. The main fold the McMichael and film the incident. Our next story brings us the California year old Jamal. Thomas has been charged with the murder forty four year old miles armstead. Thomas allegedly shot armstead his former neighbor multiple times in front of Armstead's Oakland home on May First Thomas also facing to council assault on the deceased and his pregnant wife stemming from prior attacks Thomas had allegedly been harassing armstead and threatening him for months. A neighbor told the chronicle that Armstead a wealth management banker. Fremont Bank moved his pregnant wife and three children to the house. Last year Thomas in his family had lived in the house next door to Armstead for twenty years but Thomas was recently evicted from the house. The neighbor was where the Thomson arms that fell out but didn't know why what is known. Is that Thomas was arrested in February for allegedly threatening to burn arms. Taus down a probable cause affidavit obtained by People Magazine reveals that on February twenty. Sixth Armstead told officers investigating the threats that Thomas was a chronic nuisance in the neighborhood and had broken windows in the past. He told police that he believed Thomas's threat to burn on the House. Credible do his past actions. Thomas was arrested and charged with making criminal threats against Armstead but he was released on his own recognition offering twenty eight over the objection of the District Attorney's office the pending charges. Did Not Keep Thomas Away from Armstead on March twenty eighth. He allegedly threw a brick through. Armstead's window after making eye contact with his wife. She was injured by flying glass. On April Sixth Thomas through another brick through the window. This time narrowly missing Armstead's head after the second break was thrown. The Oakland Police issued a warrant for Thomas his arrest on charges of Misdemeanor Vandalism and felony assault with a potential to cause great bodily harm. Please ask that his bill be set a seventy thousand dollars but the judge set his bail at one dollar since the California correction system was trying to reduce prison population to prevent the spread of Corona virus in the middle of April California's judicial council enacted emergency powers to set bail zero and misdemeanor and low level felony arrests. The Chronicle explains that even if the police did arrest Thomas he would have been released after a few hours due to the alleged campaign of terrorism and harassment. Armstead and his family moved out of the House. And we're having it remodeled for sale armstead returned there occasionally to supervise remodeling and do landscaping on. May First at around two in the afternoon. Armstead was working in his garden. When Thomas allegedly shot in the back multiple times by the time police responded Thomas had left the scene but he was arrested eight hours later at a motel. He's facing multiple charges including murder assault and is being held without bond. Alameda County. Sheriff's spokesman Sergeant Rick. Kelly told the chronicle quote I think victim would still be alive at Mr. Thomas was held on his previous challenges. It's heartbreaking that this gentleman lost his life I mean. How many more red flags do you need after the break? A former truck drivers arrested in Iowa in connection with three cold case murders now for our final story of the day Clark Baldwin. A fifty eight year old former long-haul haul trucker from waterloo. Iowa was arrested last Wednesday in connection with the nine hundred ninety. One murder of Pamela McCall in Tennessee and the nineteen ninety two murders of two still unidentified women in Wyoming. Two of the victims were pregnant when they were killed authorities say they use familial genealogy to identify Baldwin as a possible suspect DNA subsequently linked to all three crime scenes. They're investigating his possible connection to other keys. Murders from the period. Baldwin will face charges in Tennessee first. And then we'll be tried in Wyoming. He's waived extradition and AC- Baldwin's first alleged victim was thirty two year old. Pamela McCall whose body was discovered on March Tenth Nineteen ninety-one by the side of a highway in Tennessee. An autopsy ruled. The cause of death was strangulation. Mccoll was twenty four weeks pregnant at the time of her death. She was last seen at a truck. Stop trying to hitch a ride. Bring Cooper the District Attorney of Lawrence County. Tennessee told People magazine quote. She was last seen at a nearby truckstop a few miles from where she was found. She was seen getting into a dark-colored tractor trailer in March of Nineteen ninety-two a trucker. From the body of a nude woman. Near I eighty. The cause of death was again strangulation. This victim has never been identified and is sometimes referred to as Bitter Creek Betty. One month later. The partially mummified remains of a pregnant woman. We're off I ninety in Wyoming. This victim has also never been identified. Authorities believe the victims were in their late teens early twenties. Dna taken from the crime scenes was mashed a Baldwin using genetic Genealogy District Attorney Cooper told the magazine quote after twenty nine years. You have to think he'd clearly thought it was behind him and got away with it. According to Cooper Baldwin quote preyed on Young Women Your truck stops it appears that would travel with them and then he would end up possibly raping them killing them. In February of Nineteen Ninety one one month before McCall's murder Baldwin was charged with strangling woman cited truck in Texas and incident. That Cooper calls quote very similar. The charges would later be dismissed because the victim didn't WanNa Return Texas for trial Baldwin. A father of one worked as long haul truckers from the late eighty s to the mid nineties. He was married in the early nineties when he allegedly committed the crime. He is accused of. Authorities are investigating whether Baldwin's DNA connected to additional victims in particular because of his line of work that took him all over the country. And what have made it easier to hide his tracks. That's it for today's episode of Sword and Skill Daily. We hope you at a great weekend. We'll see back here tomorrow. And until then stay safe and sort scale. Daily is an incongruity media production. Your host was Ryan Williams Research and writing by Barack executive producer. Mike Day if you like the show subscribe leave us. Review if the writers feedback or suggestions use the email address daily at Swim scale DOT COM. Do you need something to listen to next. We'll check out this other show from cast media. Im Jacob Tula. I'm Jamie BB and we're your host of circle stocking in each episode. We're going to bring you a new stalking case covering the INS and outs of each stocker. Their victim and their shoulders. In how does he have any weapon? What does he is it? A gun ninety yes. She hated me so much. She found my stepmother Brendan her and then was caught. Making a plan to attack me with my stepmother he shows up to my gallery and he's wearing a space suit. He looks at me and he goes. You look like Jessica Rabbit and Lou from the fifth element and then. He looks at me very intensely and he goes. I'm GONNA stock you. We hear about the cops not really do need or not really caring about the crime stock. There's a lot of victory. Shame for offers the Predator. Who'd been stalking me for. Forty four years was starting to really interfere with my life and my freedom a lot more than he had been one of those random messages on my damn it was like I'm coming off. See on this date and I was like responding to this and then it was like a verification of like us at all of a sudden I hear knock at the door so I opened the door and their day. Six Foot Company gentleman standing in front of me with a backpack and he looks at me and he said. Are you Erin kind of panicked? Because this isn't Larry. He followed me to my work life and he grabbed me. Push me into the door. I'm blocked me unblock widely blocked me. I'm Jacob Tula I'm Jamie BB strictly stocking mares on January twenty first. We subscribe on Apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you listen. Podcasts like God. This person won't stop texting me calling me just keeps showing up everywhere. And that's when it's like you're like Oh shit.

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MBA1513 Must Read: Stillness Is The Key by Ryan Holiday

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MBA1513 Must Read: Stillness Is The Key by Ryan Holiday

"Oh one hundred dollars because the better business begins with you. That's why we deliver daily ten minute business lessons for the real world. I'm your host. Your coach teacher Omar's then home. I'm also the CO founder of the hundred dollar NBA business training and community online. And today's episode is a must read episode on our must read episodes. I share with you a book that I've read. That has influenced me as an entrepreneur. Are sure with you. It's takeaways it's insights and why you should read it to Teddy's must read is stillness. Is The key by Ryan holiday. If you're a fan of this podcast you know that. I'm a fan of Ryan holidays books. I've read every single one and this is his latest book which upon release was a instant number one New York Times bestseller. Who's this book for? All if you're an entrepreneur that often feels overwhelmed with everything you've got to do. You might even have a sense of anxiety percents of always living in your head and maybe even react impulsively in making decisions out of pressure. Well then you are. GonNa Absolutely love this book? One of the gifts that Ryan Holiday has one he writes a book is at its well researched. You play examples from Modern Day history ancient history and he always brings it back to practical application in your day to day life. I'm going to go through to some of the great insights I learned from this book. How you can best utilize these insights or utilized as book in general how you can apply immediately to your business. We got a lot of. Let's get into it. Let's get down to business support for today. Show comes from our very own Webinar Ninja looking for a webinar platform to host. You're alive tutorials classes or special events peeling. You're stuck on a never ending journey to find that. Perfect Webinar software. That's not going to break the bank. We get it. 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So you can find out if it's the perfect woman or software for you just go to Webinar Ninja dot com slash workshop to sign up for our next live demo again. That's Webinar Ninja Dot com slash workshop. What I love about this book. Today's must reach Cillizza sticky. Is that debunks. A lot of ideas appeal. My have about having a calm demeanor a lot of people here. The title stillness is sticky. And you think that your some sort of you know Buddhist monk that has no emotion that's not really Producing modern things in the world. Maybe a little bit old fashioned. No stillness is a sense of calm intercom that we often experience when we're in the zone. I remember when I was playing basketball competitively when I was younger. There's a sense of stillness. When things are just going right the game almost slows down for you. It's like everything becomes a little bit easier and I'm running up and down the court so it's not like I'm not moving. My body armor not being active. It's an inner stillness. It's a sense of common sense of confidence that you have. You can be an extreme action taker and still possessed stillness. That Ryan talks about now. If you're listening to this podcast you're like you know what Omar I'll have tried to meditate. I try to really habit. Stillness it's just not for me. This book is not about meditation. It goes way beyond that. It's more about how to make an informed decision. Whenever you're not a high stakes game situation. He gives countless examples. The one I remember off the top of my head is President Kennedy making really tough decisions during the Cuban missile crisis and how he exercise inner stillness to make sure he made the right decision and saved a lot of lives. He also gives examples from Steve Jobs and other modern day entrepreneurs so normally at the end of this kind of episode St Episode. Until you read this book because Xyz. I'M GONNA get in front of a renowned. Say The reason why you need to read. This book is because as an entrepreneur. You're constantly making decisions on a daily basis job as the leader of a company and you want to make sure that you're making more right decisions that wrong decisions and we often make wrong decisions when we're flustered when we don't have that peace of mind when we have that anxiety when we have that sense of imbalance we WANNA make sure that we're constant making clear headed decisions with a bigger small because they all have some sort of domino effect in our business. This is the main reason why this book is Worth Reading. Because of that fact alone you make decisions on the daily right always if your state of mind is not in the right place. It's GonNa Affect those decisions now. The second big reason why you need to read this book as an entrepreneur is business is stressful and you need to learn how to manage that. Stress can't get rid of the stress as long as you're in business you're going to have stress. But how do we manage it? How do I make sure it doesn't affect our personal health if we don't take care of our personal health and manage stress? No-one will okay. And if you're in bad shape your businesses in shape. You are the captain of the ship and the ship goes down when you do so understanding how to manage that stress especially in that moment when you're in that stressful moment is important in this book gives you incredible insights but thirdly this book is more about wisdom than actual you know having some sort of zen attitude. How do you become a wise person? Somebody who really has a ritual a routine of really gathering the facts and making the right decisions and make the right judgments about what's going to happen in the future and I feel. This book really covers all three now. I want to tell you this book is a how to guide is not like a common stillness and wisdom for dummies. You know it's not a ABCD now you're wise. No and if it was that way everybody would be wise. Be So simple. It asks you to ask them two questions of yourself to reflect absorb the information. This is not like a book you can zoom through you read. You think you ponder it takes some time to get through a chapter because forces you to think about how does supply in my own life. Am I doing these things? One of my caught in these traps that type of stuff. I found it very helpful to read this book before bed puts me in a great state of mind kind of good a bed with a little bit more wisdom a little bit more communists and I wake up the next morning. Ready to take on and implement the stuff. I just read last night. One of the big takeaways early on his book. Is this idea of having an empty mind and living in the moment The best parallel abyss example. Gibson's book is like when you were child when you were a kid and used to play outside. You didn't think about tomorrow. You didn't think about yesterday. You just thought about that moment. You just enjoyed the moment. You lived that moment whether you're playing tag or playing baseball with your friends or whatever it was when I was a kid I used to love to draw on the color and I remember clearly when I was doing those activities. I was just really interested in seeing that drawing. Come together or coloring in coloring book or that page in the coloring book now I was just enjoying it in the moment and just seeing it all happen. I didn't think about. What did I draw yesterday? I didn't think about what am I gonNA do tomorrow. And that whole worry mind was never there. And he's encouraging US and giving us some techniques to get back to that because that's when you're really living when you're enjoying the present moment a lot of us entrepreneurs we always are looking to the future always looking to what's going to happen next week next month. This quarter rig ahead or goals or targets all that. Kinda stuff right. We can't help but do that. We're we're goal driven and I'm not saying to stop it completely but I'm going to say that don't always do that. Give yourself time to enjoy the moment. The moment that you're in right now building your business for me. The moment right now is recording. This podcast episode. You know I have the privilege of having the ability to get up and do a podcast and have been doing it for six years of growth an audience and it's great to share what I've learned and and Hopefully help other people and most of us. We don't really take the time to think about that and really enjoy every day. Every moment that we're doing our thing in our business building our business making calls writing emails getting on webinars creating sales pages whatever. It is really appreciating that most of us are thinking. When is this going to be done? What's next what's the next thing to do? In my opinion it has to be a balance. You have to think of the things you have to do in the future otherwise. You're not going to get anything done. You HAVE A to do list. But when you're doing the to do's be president at to be president a moment realizing the moment. Hey I'm privileged to be able to start a business. This is not feasible for some people in the world. You'd be able to do this to have the finances to have the time to have the ability to have the opportunities that we don't realize is if you know the English language and I'm assuming you do because you're listening to this podcast you are privy and you are made available to so much knowledge on the Internet books that are published in English or Sony. Books that are not translated in other languages Especially the things that just get published brand new books on a subject and you get that edge. That's a blessing. It's incredible so by doing that by living in the moment you tend to have more gratitude and that's why generally children or more happy okay. Now of course that's not the case for all children but if you look back on your kid you were generally happier because you weren't worrying about the future or dwelling about the past you're like hey things are all right. You know. I'm eating my Peter Murphy Jelly Sandwich and watching some cartoons and You know and you just were happy in the moment and this is a really important point. I know I'm I'm harping on a lot. But because a lot of entrepreneurs were building rebuilding or grow or try and make more money. We're trying to build our revenue and all that kind of stuff is great but we enjoy. The journey happens is at ten twenty thirty years ago by and we say hey the best years of my life I spent doing. What did I enjoy that? I actually appreciate it. Did I recognize that? Those are the prime years of my life. Time flies by okay so let's make sure that we live in that moment. One of the things he talks about in this book also is allowing time to think deeply I mentioned this and other books that have read but thinking time is incredibly important especially as a leader as a founder as somebody who steering the ship right we talked about the past Bill Gates. Bill Gates Having a lot of influence in this era saying that he spends a lot of time In thinking thinking times if thinking days response hours where he just thinks about some things right down some questions from self to answer whose book actually used some tips about sitting alone at your thoughts. Wander and a lot of people have a hard time with this but just sitting and thinking He says you can get up to ten minutes. That'd be a great compliment now. This book is kind of broken up into three parts. Part one is mind. Partout is soul and par-three is body and this comes from the idea that if you have a healthy mind if your conscious of trying to have a good soul feeling good about yourself and the people around you and three healthy body. These are three things that will help. You have a happier life why because things you can buy. You have to work on them. You have to earn them and they solve a lot of problems. When you have these replacing you can make a lot of money. But if you're unhealthy for bodies in good shape you can enjoy it for much longer. Because Hey your body's going to give up on you or the time that you have on. This earth won't be pleasant because they're dealing with ailments. The same thing goes with your soul if you are not at peace. You're going to really unleash a lot of stuff that's inside of you in your relationships and it's GonNa Affect Your relationships saving with your mind. You don't have a healthy mind you're not gonNA be able to put it to good use to implement increase great things in this world and in the book he shares. How the all work hand in hand? The book has so much I can get into But I'm GonNa lay you explore when you read it yourself but I want to say that it actually ends on a really important known. The book is mostly about how to live how to live properly how to live happily but also finds its way at the end of the book talking about how to die properly. Is that many of our problems. Come from the denial of death. Not being reminded that. Hey Life's short and we're all going to die at one point. I know this sounds a little bit depressing. But it's the truth and the more you are in touch with that the more you'll value your family your life. Your priorities are going to reshape. How many of you experienced a death recently or at some point in your life it could be a grandparent. It could be a loved one in those first few days it has happened. You have like a sobering feeling over you start to feel like hey you know. I need to change things in my life. I need to really value every minute of the day. I need to argue. So much or hold grudges to call the people that I've forgotten about. I need to get into shape all that kind of stuff. And that's a healthy thing. You're you're you're reminding yourself what's important and that happens when you're reminded of death an. I know that may not rub off the right way for some people. But this is an ancient wisdom from the ancient Greeks that has been passed down generation after generation. That's in a lot of our traditions whether you are religious or not. It's been a principal and a lot of philosophy so the reason why it keeps repeating itself. It's because it is true. It really works is to remind yourself A. Hey this dance is going to end one day so make sure you choose the rhyme music and you enjoy the partner that you're with your dancing and you're choosing the right you know dancefloor and all that kind of stuff. Don't sweat the little things. It's okay stillness is. The key is one of the most thought provoking books. I've read this year highly. Recommend you pick it up. I got more on today's topic but before that let me give today sponsor support for today show comes from the Jordan Harbinger show the Jordan Harbinger. Show is one of my favorite podcasts. And I have Jordan with me right now. A good friend of mine for years. Now I speak to you specifically about some of the episodes absolutely of one in particular is your episode with Reid Hoffman. Who's one of the fathers of paypal? The founder of linked in. What was some of the things that come blow your mind in episode Jordan? So read is a Super Generous Guy and what? I was glad to see. Was He's big on networking which makes sense having founded linked in. But you know a lot of people when they become multi billionaires might be a little bit less friendly but that wasn't the case with him read was discussing with us. The idea that you have to separate your winning instincts from you're losing ideas as an entrepreneur. So never give up his terrible advice but if you're a business owner or an entrepreneur or a serial entrepreneur. You've probably had some bad ideas in. It's really easy to give up or be like I'm never giving up. You have to separate winning instincts. Entrepreneurial Instincts with with and from losing ideas that might be bad and move on and further. We talked about why an honest partner such as wife husband. Whatever is almost always your best source of ideas and that I think comes from the founder of Instagram. Who was making a camera APP in his wife Said Well? I'd ever use this because my photos don't look good and dot dot dot filters and all these ways that we make crappy photos we take on our phone. Look good so reading. I did a two part episode. We talked for like three hours so it was a really fun one for me. I love that two-parter guys subscribe to the Journal Harvard. Show right now. It's a top fifty podcasts. In all of Apple's itunes and they just one of I two back in two thousand eighteen. I can't highly recommend this show enough. The Reid Hoffman. Two-parter is a great episode to start with so go ahead search Jordan harbor. Show on whatever. You used to listen to podcasts. Whether it's apple podcasts Radio spotify overcast. Himalayas were on them all Jordan. Harbingers on them all so. Make sure you subscribe right now to rub today's lesson. Still as the key is I believe require reading for All entrepreneurs it allows you to have a more balanced life allows you to deal with the pressures of business in a more elegant way reminds you why are doing all this and it puts things in perspective so. I think it's a healthy read. I highly recommend you pick it up and read it as soon as you can Ryan holidays a brilliant writer. He's very eloquent in his writing. But he's also very good at making sure whatever he presents you is applicable. It's practical. It's something that you can use immediately listening to the hundred ambience. Show the lovey here. Hit subscribe right now to be by hitting subscribe. You also get access to all our archive episodes. Make sure you hit subscribe right now. She can exit over fifteen hundred business lessons before I go. I want to leave you with this. I mentioned earlier that when you experience death with a loved one with a family member reminds you all the priorities that you really need to focus on reminds you that life assurer reminds you that you need to really really value a few things that maybe you're not doing so good in your life. I'm not speaking out of theory. I'm actually seeing out of recent experience. a few days ago from the day. I recorded this Episode I learned that My uncle my mother's brother passed away. He was struggling with his health. And unfortunately caught the krona virus and He passed away a few days later. My uncle Mahmoud whose One of the most beautiful people. I've met in my life. I will always remember him for his generosity. He's a happy person always smiled. Always small that US in love to get a smile out of us as kids as Me and my sisters and my cousin's Super Generous Person Always remember his beautiful dark black care and it's really cool leather jackets. He has to have then he was always a big part of my life as a child and Growing up and he was a wonderful uncle to us. And I wanted to dedicate today's episode to Mongol Mahmoud who was A fantastic you and being It's really hard for even to mention. This is on the podcast. But this is real guys. This happens and these are reminders to you and I and everybody that life is short and we need to take stock of what's going on around us what we value who we spend our time with How WE'RE SPENDING? Our days are appreciating every moment that breath that we take that meal that we eat. Do we have gratitude or we just rushed to the next thing we have to do in life. Stillness as key. Today's book reminded me a lot of my uncle. Mahmoud and I wanted to kind of Mentioned him in today's episode in his honour. I wish you guys a great week and I hope that by me sharing this Hits home and you decide to. Hey I need to really take stock things. I need to react to things better. I need to have a little bit more stillness. In my life he'll pick up this book and see what it does for me take so much listening and I'll check you in tomorrow's episode take care.

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Wrestlemania 37 Intensifies!

Wrestling With FanBoy Mark Jabroni's Ring Rust

2:03:51 hr | Last month

Wrestlemania 37 Intensifies!

"The fans hurt full. He butters cries and a dark shadow falls over this troll from the ashes of a once. Great fandom has risen. i mean an. Ll that must be like we look to the airways vindicator someone to strike fear in the dark basement of the parents who created him. The battle between fan and smark has begun with a head and shoulders stands the smart fan a speaker of truths with a voice of silence and a radio show of justice. This ring rush Her route took. I have something to say and tweeting. gave me the prize from queen from album. Kind of magic song i used for a potentially was would be fan. Warmer of course was a wrestling character in a wrestling. Promotion would probably be his theme song. Eddie rate though. You're listening to wrestling the fatboy marks. Rone's ring rust on vile paramedic and various podcasts distribution techniques. Whatever got to figure out a better way to say all that so only got really one show to paper review and that's the elimination chamber. So let's get right into it. No one contender ship match for the smackdown. Universal title implemenation chamber. Saw kevin owens taken on semi's seen king corbin j also a daniel bryan and sorrow a bizarre and brian would a i to match after fun. Opening five minutes. Core renton was next enter. Brian knee was worked over early compromising him barren dominated until zane was the next released then he was consequently a punching bag but eventually found his way to the top of a pod battling with zero. Sammy tried decline alongside of the chamber but swiss cyborg kicked him off for the first heard. Landing of the night says aro then scored the first illumination after as azzaro swing and sharpshooter on. A ones was next out immediately battering sammy despite pleadings of his former friend. The chaos escalated with four men into ring all hitting big move and laying each other out as ouzo looked on from his pot. When jail time finally hit he and owens immediately began to brawl. Kevin hit a moon sold off the top of a pod onto the other four men following up with a stunners on cesaro. Brian zane the last of which eliminated sammy as he was removed from the chamber. Russo slammed the door on cubans arm. Then delivered a series of super. Six to eight trapped owens before a simone slash russo eliminated owens pinfall after this another lengthy segment saw bryan and cesaro again going at it and exchanging big moves. A cesaro tried to take advantage of daniel's bad knee by hitting a cesaro swing while holding. Just one bad leg was hit by a j russo superkick and another simone slash to score another elimination leaving it. Just just him and brian for the shot at roman reigns j. Want to top of the pod for a splash but daniel got his knees up and followed up with a running knee. Score the win. So it's daniel bryan moving onto a match against the smackdown. Universal champion roman reigns immediately after this match right now. Let's celebrate that win. Take a moment a moment to celebrate. Its musically richard wagner later developed countries. Zero I seemed like show bernie consider making the donation adriaan dot com slash fights. Let in this iraq no lead. This car did from halifax with joyful bits from their album. Not from this town before that richard wagner with killed a web is killed a web. It don't flood advisories. So yeah you're listening to wrestling with bamboo mercury during Vipul domestic and you know podcast distribution stuff insert name of whatever you used fine. Podcast here the next up transitioning from the numerous contenders match. We go right into the universal championship. Match which sees champion roman reigns of any against new challenger. Daniel bryan the champion tried to hit a spear at bell but challenger roll through into a. Yes lock rains powered out and began dropping big punches and elbows after another series of shots. Roman locked brian in a guillotine choke to end match in short order as the defending champion celebrated. Wb hall of famer edge ring and hit a spear before pointing at the wrestlemania sign. Making his decision official that he'd use his royal rumble. Victory to challenge rains. So yeah okay. Let's say their roman reigns or drew mcintyre guests. So i guess how he shows the i don't know if he chose the easier one or more challenging one or feed really didn't have much choice as to which won't be easier so any rate though as with his previous engine same. I suspect once edge gets going. He's never gonna stop. He's casino wouldn't roof her. You're listening to wrestling with fan boombox. Rone's ring rust available lap automatic and all major podcast sources Since mm-hmm Soon instruments site your vanity fabric and her alien renaissance with taste of you and before that rob zombie never gonna stop the red red kruvi mix apparently from the sinister urge. you're listening to wrestling with fan wermer. Mercury rone's rust on paramedic via various. You know podcast distribution stuff anyway like tunes and i heart radio and stitcher carmen. Whatever next up. We have the united states championship match. Which sees champion. Bobby lashley defending against riddle and john morrison to shaman of sexy. Made a early mistake of trying to join. in on lashley's beating of riddle earnings champions ir bobby continued to dominate even as riddle and morrison tried to join forces and overwhelm. Him challenges did briefly. Take the champion out between themselves briefly before lashley raises way back into the match only to be hit by both a floating. Bro eight starship pain but still managing to kick out. Bobby locked. John in hurt lock but riddle rubbed. Mvp's crutch which was stolen by morrison and use it to attack lashley before hitting morrison with a bro derek to score the pin and take the title. It's of course. Course one of those things. Where a champion to ned to be pinned or submitted notre lose their title. Which i'm sure will be the main argument as for bobby lashley getting rematch. So we'll see how the coming week arose. Play that one out. Meanwhile what growth book bro. Code new book slamming risley news radio on his back since two thousand two. You're listening to wrestling with fan boomers. Rone's ring rest available lab automatic and all major podcast sources. This isn't burbot shared. Some what you man. You're not ask me you. You thousand extremes yacht and spa spread so you're not just to your so spread. South drive from the robe and blink with short thing from right here in sunny saint. John's for land before that. C fos ac- fo- dollar auto with hey brew. War matt riddle era listening to wrestling woodside more mercury honors during rust on paramedic via various other pod cashed distributing media next up. We had women's tag team championship match which sees lighting firm underneath champions. Nine jackson shayna baszler defending against bee's knees bianca. Bel air and sasha banks cossiga names have in them and they're just great so dot dot dot belair and banks worked well as a team early including belair hunting jackson her weeks of but related injuries once fazlur got in. She was able to start grinding away on two challengers sheena locked. Indie cure futa clutch on bianca. But sasha take yourself in hit a frogsplash for a near fall. Belair hit the kiss of death on bet's but neither was able to break the pin. Reginald made his way to the ring and tried to banks champagne bottle but referee intercepted the bottle and into conclusion. Jax hit a samoan drop to Get the win. I don't know what the deal is with reginald. I mean he's carmelo's cemalli. So why is he hanging around with sasha banks trying to get in her head i dunno i will. I guess we'll just see. And hopefully he just wound up being one of wbz's funniest moments and he simply ravishing perhaps leading wrestling. Newsradio draw since two thousand two. You're listening to wrestling with van boomer. Girona he's ridden rest available lab automatic and all major podcast sources. Now this known man around you just think sort talk show fact. I feel probably third grade. Yeah know the church. Our farm you bridge drew after forever from right here in sunny saint. John's newfoundland with will you die for me from their album. Death of one before. That's jim johnson. Wf funniest moments. I'm guessing that was from a dvd or vhs or something from way back into day. It just seemed apropos for what was going on in that match your listening to wrestling with pablo you ronnie. During rust on paramedic via various podcasting sharing media next up we have the wb championship the elimination chamber match Champion drew mcintyre taken on. Aj styles kofi kingston shameless jeff. Hardy randy orton. Hardy and orton were the first to again calling back to their past. Rivalry mcintyre was the first man out of his pod immediately bringing to fight to orden kingston made his entrance into the match and quickly scored a pin on randy styles. Demanded almost ripped flexi glass. Office pod long him to run around the outside of chamber and in through the door as orton was leaving but not before heating. Hurry and kingston with our cao's. Aj tried to score a cheap pin but it failed and almost was ejected. Drew again took over until shane misses number was called as the final entrant. The champion and all look bad began exchanging blows camps in and hardy tried to go on the attack but were taken out by the two irish leads who again began going at it. An extended period of five men into chamber followed for shame as kofi with abreu kick after a twist of fate on styles. Jeff thought about hitting a swan. Tom bomb from the top of the pod but instead hits shameless and mcintyre with a whispering to wind before running back into the ring and hitting aj with swan for he could capitalize mcintyre ran in with the claymore eliminating the charismatic inning. Mma drew then had survive a dangerous stretch after white noise from famous. Andy springboard sent down and sprint springboard for fifty from styles. Old low took the fight. Do phenomenal one frustrated. That hadn't taken mcintyre shame and hit the champion with a brogue kick butt. Styles came off the top rope with a phenomenal forearm limiting him then again tried to come off the top rope for another funaki. Forearm mcintyre o.'neil face full of claymore to knock styles out in mid air and retain his title after the match. Bobby lashley attacked as mcintyre was celebrating. Lashley down made and mcintyre throwing him around ringside before locking into heart lock and a full nelson slam so very interesting to see that they're gonna try to transition. I guess bobby lashley. Into the main event scene we kind of interesting how they managed to succeed at that oath. They do nice to see another main of enter into the picture. They got new people coming up so the probably could add new people to the mainland. Someone's bound to get injured one of these days. One of those things is going to happen at any rate not to be concentrating too much on people's broken dreams though Long the end straddling never uh shot down. Seems more fun. Five days comes Aw your listening to wrestling with fan. Bloomberg germany's regressed available via potter medic. And all major podcast sources. When i was a kid of someone to shriek on a little bit of perspective bio make your funds is there. What's your story. I'm ernie devlin and question it. I like that don't budge. I'm taking your mind mind. Encryption ally took fish a Pop master from right here in saint john. Super land with snake charmer from their album. Freaked me out to look and before that shaman's harvest broken. Dreams drew mcintyre like me on facebook tiny l. dot com slash rate rust. Follow me on twitter at mercury and subscribe to jabber -nology tv you. Youtube dot com slash. Fan boy matrimony. Now it's time for this week's macho fact rennie. Savage has found the end of the rainbow and the macho man doesn't need to learn how to train his dragon Remember me in the day say stole the culet into cut back on the of kick you feel real me. The he tried to be in top three still gun. The fury the firefighter find the best deal. I retired by design on the mike. 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I heard that song and the other song that i used for. Tiffany my no pod like three or four years ago. Now at least i was loving it at the golden arches and said you know that would sound really good on ring rust and whoa there. It is and before that. Was this week macho fact you are listening to wrestling. Mat fan Rone's rust on paramedic and various other podcasts sharing media like i tunes iheart radio stitcher sir. Another one in there too. I think there's another one in there. S what she said. Speaking of broken dreams the ms rendering after bobby lashley attack on drew mcintyre cashing in his money in the bank contract ms immediately hit a kick till leg a basement. Ddt for a two count. He drove mcintyre into the cavernous with a skull crushing finale scoring the pinfall and winning championship. For a second time. I believe he Set some sort of to be championship record as well with that many think. Comp comparisons with bob he. 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I can from the album cover story fifty new for band steel fifty new for lying classics. And before that jim johnson. I came to play from to the music volume. Ten your listening to Rustling which fan boomer cronies during arrest on paramedic and via various streaming podcast and download. Things says his for the paper review of eliminating chambers. Let's turn to the each measuring. Russ facebook page for some wrestling news during a recent appearance on inside the ropes. Aws jau moxie commented on wb hall of famer. Christians recent return to to wd and wanting to see him work for e. W and more. I'll tell you a guy. I'd like to see here's christian. I don't know if that was a one off him into royal rumble but he looked frigging good to me. Looked like he was in great shape. He looked sharp. Man i tell you he's wanted to guys that the wrestlers no it more so than anybody. A christian is so good like his brain and his execution in his mind for wrestling is just laker next level. First time we worked with him. You know we'd come in and we were doing six men's with shield really pushing to pace and trying to make the most exciting matches and were pushing these guys to like all these dream team guys. Were pushing them to be like no. Let's do another thing and another thing. Let's add war in to do more say to another save and another thing. Let's do a triple this or whatever and we're pushing the pace you know and thinking like all right. Yeah nobody can keep up with us. This is awesome and then we work with christian one night. I remember me. And seth looking at each other and going damn russians good christie made us feel like damn. He's like we thought we were really good. We'd live we we. He's like next level people who work within no in the industry you know. His respect level is huge things that he could do with the wrestlers in a w and all the creative kind freedom but know taking things. But there is no hindrance. On anything. Creative creatively here. 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Reel Rock: Hells Bells: The Dangers Of Rock & Roll

Rock N Roll Archaeology

30:48 min | 2 years ago

Reel Rock: Hells Bells: The Dangers Of Rock & Roll

"Kick out the jams, motherfuckers. This is Wayne Kramer from the MC five and you're listening to rock and roll archaeology. Punt on podcasts preserved. Just feeling real rock with Andy Kaye. Ron network of podcasts Zemskov to ten does. That mean, it's louder is any louder quill is one. Culture. Technology. And rock n roll. Window now with the show. Welcome to real rock. I'm your host, the rock and roll Reverend Andy king and today, we will be looking at anti rock films of the eighties in particular. The film hell's bells. No need to worry about spoilers. This time. I'm going to be looking more at the social effects of these films. You can view the whole film hell's bells on YouTube if you'd like and then come back for our discussion, I will still be answering questions such as what the fuck is. Jeff foxworthy, so mad at were these films the horror movies for the Pearl clutches and finally can rock and roll and faith coexist. When I need to make there will be Frank discussions of religion and the satanic panic because of the subject matter that will be brief mentions of abuse in even murders. If these are topics that trigger you, please reconsider listening. I will promise to keep any mentions of that brief. But I love you. So I'm letting you know up front on the rock and roll Reverend Andy king end, this is real rock. Hell's bells and the dangers of rock and roll. Is this just a good time? Or is there? Something of a deeper significance going on here is well, what type of facts does this music have upon people is it only rock and roll. That law almost killed hell's bells the dangers of rocket rule. We're going to be taking a pretty hard look contemporary music. And I'll be saying some pretty direct things extreme forms of music, like heavy metal glorify, perversion, despair, death, hell, Satan, and all the other horrors associated with sin. A rubbed into the face of the listen wild sex rituals are necessary to the follower of Satan. We've simply want to look at rock music in the perspective of truth as defined by both the scriptures. And the person of Jesus Christ embrace this attack while multitude scream and agile nation embrace the satanic bloom. Term. Our story begins in Italy in the early seventeen hundreds yell wasn't expecting that either. But as history would have it. This is a very early example of what is known as the devil's music violinist and composer, just Sepe Tarquini has a dream where Lucifer's at the edge of his bed playing him sonata tortilla felted ratchet as he awoke and was compelled to try and capture at least some of what he dreamt through his own playing. What are teeny had dreamt was sonata in g minor otherwise known as the devil's trill. The story of the devil guiding a musician to realize their talents is embedded in folklore fast, forward a few centuries and head over to America. And let's here from this young blues, man. Moon. Phone. That's me and the devil blues from Robert Johnson who definitely played along with the legend that he sold his soul to ole scratch himself when moon-less midnight down at the crossroads. I mean, it's a good story. You get a little danger. You'll get a little creepy nece, and you get all out of notoriety, eventually the blues evolved to what we called rock and roll. And wouldn't you know, it the devil tagged along men come down here from New York? Find out my. Reasons on rock and roll music, and why I preach against it. And I believe with all of my heart that it is a contributing factor throughout juvenile delinquency up today. One hundred percent believe it. Why leave that is because I know how it feels when you sing it. I know what it does to you. And I know the evil feeling that you feel when you sing it. And all the the last position that you get into the beat. Well, if you talked to the average teenager today, and you ask them what it is about rock and roll music that they like they will the first thing they'll say is the beat the beat the b b is what gets you that's true Nuff during the early days of rock and roll the traveling ministers rolled into town to scare the good church go, and folks they were told that those forty five we're gonna lead their children to sexual promiscuity and rebellion. But the real reason that rock and roll scared so many in the pulpit was much more. Sinister. Garrity of the rock and roll music. Obviously means by which the white land is pure. It'd be really the level. I'm sure the guy in that clip is dead. Now. That's good. But as America became more integrated in race relations became better the pool pit needed a new villain. So they went back to the source. I just can't imagine who I just can't could it be say. Luckily, for the anti-rot crowd Satan was making a bit of a pop culture comeback films like Rosemary's baby were leading some audience members to believe that secret groups of satanists were on every street corner. Mentally, unstable people like Charles Manson, Richard Ramirez, we're using rock as excuses for their heinous acts through the chesty lens of hindsight. It all seems so silly now the Beatles weren't sending secret messages to fucking magic Hobo to murder people. But that's a good story. The media were salivating over all the rock inspired crimes and whatnot 'em middle America, aided up. I mean, how could they resist you get everything with these stories sex drugs rock and roll? And Lucifer a good time was had by all this all hit a fever pitch in the eighties because of MTV with music videos now being beamed into everyone's houses. Parents groups were starting to take up arms against the perverse influence that was Bon Jovi churches across the land were ready to profit off all his anti rock sentiment. Most notably aired home Burg of reel to reel ministries. Boy, does he got a real hard on Iraq incredibly despite this unprecedented power and the mounting evidence. That rocks influence can be less than positive. Most people have never stopped to consider. What is really going on in an through contemporary music? Why is music so powerful. How does it affect us? What is it source and to where is it leading us sitting in front of a few TV screens playing various music videos. Pastor Eric lays out, all the reasons, why rock music will make you go crazy. Probably go gay and definitely go to hell if you haven't seen the film, I need to describe what Eric. Looks like so that you can fully grasp the unintentional comedy imagine comedian, Jeff foxworthy imagine a real sweet mullet. Now, imagine what Jeff would look like if he opened up a karate school to hit on middle aged moms. That's what home Burg looks like he's basically wrecks from Napoleon dynamite. Heavy metal does not have a monopoly on blasphemy. However, the eighties of seeing the emergence of a macabre brand of rock that combines elements of punk new wave and even classical music, including artists like the cure Bajas, Christian death sisters of mercy, Diamant Gallus, Nick cave. The lords of the new church and the Smith the cope elements within this new genre are even more disturbing than those in heavy metal because they are combined with an intelligence and poetic passion, rarely found in the latter. For example, when Peter Murphy of Bajas admitted take off of a satanic mass chance both forward and backwards the Latin for father son, and Holy Ghost. There's a certain field. A sinister urgency you can cut with a knife. Dude. That's like seventy percent of my playlist. Now, I originally wanted to watch this make fun of it. But I really could not we'll get to my reasoning a little later, obviously, I'm obsessed with rock and roll. But I'm also obsessed with religion and the concept of rock and God coexisting really intrigues me to indulge in my obsessions. I sat down with my friend. Who is a former youth pastor to get his take on this whole thing special note, we keep calling home Burg humbled, and I'm not editing it, but do consider it. Payback's for all the things he takes out of context. Anyway, here's Ron Ron former youth. Pastor was a pastor from about nineteen ninety two to ninety five at the time. Because I know now you're not anti rock at the time where you where you. One of those now, I was not one of those. I was Billy Joel fan. So REO speedwagon. Yeah. So I was not one of those who was against rock and roll. But boy, I remember the show that the church is made for hills bales and all that happened in. Boy, it was a it was a youth group. Major event, you know, to for church, the host hills bills and everyone go watch. Did you feel any pressure from fury? Use passion. I understand hierarchy of church. Did you feel pressure to preach against a rock music? Secular music. Yeah. Where I was working. You didn't have that pressure as much. I mean, you you saw it around. You know, there was a distinct culture in the churches that went after that type of music. I mean, I know I know some of my friends at school came out of that culture. It was pretty tough. I came from nine. No, you personally. And I know that you are like a true man of God, not a youth pastor anymore. You're not pasture anymore. You still minister in your day to day life. I understand that about you. What is a guy like you? What is your reaction to the charlatans and the people who are trying to profit off of their ministries as opposed to minister in the the old saying, what would Jesus do have a hard time laying a lot of what s E ON certain television shows and certain preachers saying. Ng in over relation Jesus on top of it. I just don't see it happening. So. Yeah. Ticks me off it gives what I believe Christianity. True. Christianity a bad name. And I think quite honestly, there's a lot of people who my been in the same mindset is Ghandi was which was you know, I would've accepted Christ. If it wasn't for the Christians. So yeah, there's a lot of people who unfortunately are probably gonna go to hell because of what is people have done. I think whenever we use the phrase. What would Jesus do? I think we have to remind ourselves that though in over a table and whipping somebody is not beyond the realm of possibility. If you read the account, you realize that he sat there for quite a while making that whip. This attendant panic came out editor win the church needed some to ignite it because what was currently igniting in slowly was losing its steam was you had the moral, right? Would Jerry Falwell you had him actively pursuing morality because of what happened between Nixon, and and then once Ford and Carter entered Carter bra in religion again into politics. Jerry Falwell comes into nights conservative base under morality, and then you had after car you had Reagan. And after Reagan, you had Bush, and so the moral issues were were fading, the energy was fading within the church the church. Needed something to get behind and it needed an enemy in the face to do it. So what's the easiest way to do is Bragan Satan back into it? Well, how do you bring Satan into nineties crane movie? You throw a hills bills and everything behind it. And then you target rock and roll. And then that's where the energy came back and drove the church for good say probably eight ten years, at least we had something that we could be upset again, and that happened to be Clinton administration. Then you hit the nineties again, the climax of the movie is playing playing songs backwards and back NASCAR going what were your favorite examples of bag masking either in the movie or just in your life? Definitely Queen everyone bytes dust that that was another one today. Today. Another one buys Edessa saving when by another one buys a desk. That was classic. Oh, I can remember that spend the night with my best friend at the time and his sister had the album. And so it was like ten o'clock Levin clock at night everybody on the bed, and we were just kind of like each other. Let's see whether it really says. And so we put the vinyl. I mean, we're talking. No, let's go here. Put the vinyl on the player and kneel down and we started using our finger and just playing it backwards. Oh, and we heard the magic words. And we just stared at each other. Oh my gosh. It's real which by the way, if you do it really really fast. It sounds like a satanic chipmunk. But anyway. I think the chipmunks forward. So. Botanic? So we put down back because obviously doing when, you know be found in I think we both slept with one eye open that night knowing that Satan was somewhere in the house because we had called him using the back masking of Queen. I feel like the rock and roll sermons. Those those the horror movie for they'll ladies, you know, it was it was closest thing they were going to get to radar. Oh, you mirror. I mean, there was parental advisory for hails bales? Kids could only be certain age and older. You know for you could see hills made you wanna watch. Exactly exactly you have. Yeah. Yeah. All the nursery workers peeking around the corner trying to catch an I. Yeah, I have ever explain to you. Why makes me so mad because this really does. This makes me mad the whole satanic panic and all that. Yeah. Go ahead. When I was thirteen and my brother died committed suicide we had a traveling youth. Evangelist come into town. It's a very small town. He came in. And and he started talking about my brother, and he had no he never met my brother before because I would have known. He had an entire back story about my brother that he had no way of knowing. And wasn't true. He stood in the pulpit. And he said that those young man in this town that committed suicide due to the influence of rock and roll because he had let Satan into his heart from rock and roll. Then he said some of you may have known him, and I went, yeah. As my brother, you just lied and from that point until my late twenties almost early thirties of a militant atheist because not all this guy was a traveller. He was coming into plies wears do as little song and dance. They're all con artists. Excuse me. Ninety nine percent of them are con artists. But nobody in the church stopped him. And also my brother didn't listen to rock and roll music. My brother liked rap. So. He liked Tom petty and wrap this got into any of that. And he's completely made it up to scare the other kids. But I saw how much conviction he had while he was talking about it. And I went, oh, so that's it. That's all it is anything with conviction on right? So I can make up whatever I want to make up. I'm just gonna say this. Christian screwed up. Christianity. Now they're in in. This is something that I mean a couple of guys guys we've been talking about this. If you look in the bible, do you know how many times Christian was used in the New Testament? No idea three. In two times. It was a derogatory. It was a slam. Okay. It's only one time in the New Testament was the word Christian actually used in a positive sense. And a lot changed. The word that was thrown out. All the time was disciple. Jesus didn't won't Christians. He won disciples people. Who watched him mimic Tim in did what he did? The problem is is that this world has got way too, many Christians and then have hardly disciples. And I'd be willing to bet you that ninety five percent of what's in church is a Christian, but it ain't a disciple. So I would say you have found the Sipe -als, not the Christians. I do to do agree with Erica, mold and his ilk one thing. And it's one thing I'm going to need you to do for me. Okay. Okay. Really need to burn all your yo speedwagon. No way should ever. Listen to that, man. Oh, okay. But didn't can I make extra duplicates of air supply. You make me sick. Okay. I'm sorry to any REO speedwagon fans out there. No, I'm not. I can't hate hills. Bells. I can't hate watch it as much as I would love to see I oh this film of lot of love. Actually, this film introduced me to so many artists that I still love to this day. I had this on VHS. And I cannot tell you how many times I've watched it over the years. I still tell people that this film has the greatest soundtrack of all time and in a weird perverse way. It's a fun little excavation for any rock and roll. Archaeologist. Have you ever watched Reefer madness stoned? It's the same thing with this, Phil. And I believe that you can watch this film ironically without feeling blasphemous. And I feel like that. Because I don't believe Eric believes this. He has way too much rock knowledge for somebody that does. Doesn't actually love the music. Remember, this is all pre internet. He had to pour over video songs and books to Kabul, this odd little masterpiece together. Of course, this is common amongst the bible thumpers, not the love of rock, but the public damnation of something that you can't control pastor Tate haggard railed against the militant homosexuals pastor. Ted also did rails with a male prostitute. Jimmy Swaggart preached for decades about sexual impurity. Oh, Jimmy also had an affair with his secretary. Jerry Falwell hated pornography. But I'm sure it was an intern that told him about the hustler sheer, Jerry, I feel really bad about air Kohlberg and feel like he should let his rock love out. So I'm asking all of you in digger land to fleas reach out to home Burg at the apologetic group at g mail dot com. Till Eric he no he's a. Secret rock lover and invite him to listen to any of our fun pantheon shows, if we can all for swayed home bird to love our shows, we make in save him from being an old prude as opposed to just a middle aged food, Eric if you're listening, we don't judge people here, you are welcome here. But I do have to point out that your main narrative is wrong. Rock and roll won't lead to satanism. And I have proved a meth you and I'm not a satanist. That's Matthew from the first ever episode of real rock, you famously watched hard day's night with me on our first ever ups owed, you didn't know much rock and roll before them. Now, I didn't. I had. I changed listening to a lot of their music after that this is a stupid question. But do you feel like the Beatles? Want you to are the devil. I don't think. So the say, no, the reason I ask is because you've become in the last two years, you've semi accomplished praise musician as rock and roll influenced your playing, yes, definitely has a lot of new stuff than added it to my music. You see people see what they want to see home. Burg looks at the Beatles. And sees dark powers influencing a generation Matthew was inspired to learn how to play better and use that skill in praise to the same guide that home Burg is allegedly praising the difference from where I'm setting is a profit motive people like Matthew, Iran, come from a very real place their spirituality with nothing to sell. If home Burg actually believed what he is teaching. He would have never sold another. Copy. But there was money to be made. I'm not going to rate this film because it's a little too far out there for that. So watch at your own risk. Thank you for joining me today on this field trip to church, if you know somebody other than Erik Holmberg that might enjoy this episode, please share with them tell them about all the shows. Check us out on social media, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, we're all over the place. We're taking over the world Gabella website record archaeology for archives of this show and all the fine shows at pantheon media and make sure you stop by the T Republic store and pick up some swag. And we all wanna know what you're doing out there in digger land. So hit me up at real rock podcast g mail dot com. That's real with to ease. You tell me what you're up to oughta. You went up to recently, I've been Nana slave responding to PTA emails with just saying gay. At your shit together. Karen jesus. But if you do decide to Email, Eric home Burg, I've left a link to his Email address in the show notes. Please be respectful. We want him to come back to rocks love with that being said, I'm near host the right Reverend Andy king, this has been real rock hills. Bells and the dangers of rock and roll. Diggers Christian Swain year with a short pause for a great cause we believe music education for young people as an investment in a better future for all of us. If you listen to our podcast chances. Are you agree? Little kids rock has transformed. The lives of more than six hundred fifty thousand public school students by bringing music education into their schools. Little kids rock trains teachers in underfunded schools to teach kids the music. They love from the Beatles to Bruno Mars Led Zeppelin to lady Gaga Chuck Berry. The chance the rapper little kids rock has become a national movement to restore expand and innovate music education in public schools across America, visit little kids rock dot org. And learn more about how you can help put music or it belongs in our schools. Thank you. 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Man Cave Happy Hour  Just a Taste Old Elk with Greg Metz  Episode 88

PodcastDetroit.com

36:00 min | 4 months ago

Man Cave Happy Hour Just a Taste Old Elk with Greg Metz Episode 88

"So what. I said. I was ready. Yeah i know you didn't. You're listening to podcast detroit network visit. Www dot podcast. Detroit dot com for more information. I said hey. Welcome to takeda said. Hey jude medicaid and drink whiskey and smoke really finance john. It is time for happy hour. It is the man cave happy hour. Whiskey cigars spirits stories that go along with it. I'm jamie flanagan. Still the one and only matt fox and that is our amazing wonderful man cave. Happy hour theme song performed by patrick. Hey curley hey you know a little bit of tool in your life. That is my buddy pat yeah. Dj tool is jamie james tool. We weren't club de days It was like we played. And it's like this weekend is a big A big radio format flip in the last couple of weeks. Detroit radio just everybody through things into the blender and there was a modern rock station in the metro. Detroit area called eighty nine eggs eighty six and a i. Dj at a club. And then i brought in my buddy pat and dj with me and we you know we were for the flyers were like oh we need dj names and it's like you know. So i my name is my name. Is james officially on the verge certificate. My folks wanted to call me jaime. They didn't know if i'd like it. So they put james on the birth certificate. But i've always been been jamie. So when i did a picked up the dj name jamie. Jane which is funny because one of my favorite bands from the eighties from metro. Detroit is a band called king bees and the lead singer from the king. Bees jamie johns and We've kind of crossed paths on facebook. A couple of times. He's like what's with the jamie james thing i'm like. Well my name is jamie. And it's put it's james and is the dj funny But here's the thing right. Love king bees right never seen perform and they've and they've done like a few reunion. Gigs like in the last. Probably seven eight ten years. They've probably done three or four reunion. Gigs jamie jamie lives in California now And it's pretty much pretty much jamie and then a couple other cats So he brings in the side players And so but You know so. He's in town. Did a couple of. And i miss them. Just i had weddings because matt nine do weddings and every time. It's like son of and you can't you can't as a dj the entertainer. You can't back out on a wedding you can't you know as much as you can but you it'll. It'll shadow your reputation. You just can't. You just can't do that. And it's like i mean because i i i love love love that band but yeah jamie james and tool. I told you that story tell you this story. So tool was the lead singer of a band and he and i we started on weddings and stuff and then i started doing the clubs and i brought him into the club to dj with me and we need a club. Names jamie james tool so But it was like the big eighty nine x nights. They were the modern rock dance nights. And so we're playing the cure depeche mode ratio of mercy. Nails peter murphy. She's the doors at the cash we would. We would mix up some crazy stuff in there so but yeah so tool. And he's like we recorded at Hockey town one time we down. Detroit is Hockey town cafe in the second floor. Is this place called music town now. And their podcast studios a recording studios. Yeah there's Radio studios and Say recording studios and one of my former students runs a brian donovan. Who's on animal. Talk with us. His wife lauren is actually built out that space. That was one of her projects there at entercom and So yeah we kind of went down there to record and pat came in and did the theme song live on amazing on the backup. Yeah no you sound much better. You're much stronger. Mad at matthews. Much stronger on the backups. Than i am so but not just every time i hear that it's it's so it's so much fun because we we had such a good time recording that down at music town and it's just kind of friends hanging out and that's kind of the point a of the man cave happy hour just kind of friends hanging out learning a little bit about some bourbons and Whiskeys and spirits of all kinds Because we like we. We've had our jin buddies. John highclere castle boys. We've had our vodka buddies on Sims vodka sims lack of friends are tequila guys on top shelf tequila friends and Around yeah and then Our friends at parties stores right. We got tony. Patou over the winegarden. It's like we've made so many friends doing the show and new friends and and people are like. Oh you're into this as well fair fair enough. Yeah we've we've met some really fine fine fine people and another set of another set of fine people are the the brothers over at keiko's Right there on woodward Right outside joe and vanni there joe and giovanni he those all those joe giovanni but this today tonight on the on the man cave where we were going to We've been long time the make i. I can't tell you how many bottles david is why. My wife will tell you too many bottles at sitting on my shelf of stuff that i bought this like. Oh we gotta do justice. Well we gotta do a we gotta do a man cave with is i have. I swear to god i. It's probably probably. I probably have about seven bottles on the on the shelf in the counter. That haven't cracked yet. That i'm like waiting for a show. Yeah because we have tried it. And that's that's the thing if we don't have an interview lined up with somebody you know we'll we'll do just the taste and it's like i'll collect these bottles. These bottles will come into my life. I got this one. It's been over a year ago. I mean people. Listen whenever however wherever until the podcast but we're recording the day after thanksgiving and And in november twenty twenty. I picked this bottle up in october of nineteen back when the world was was normal. I was at it was a release. it was a. It's a a store pick It's a single barrel select For keiko's markets are friends Some keiko's so this is A bottle and the guy. Who still was there greg. Mets on so autographed. The bottle is Autographed from from greg. Which is kinda. Cool we to talk to talk to greg and find out a little bit about This poor and old elk is is is the bourbon that Were diving into today. Matt is gonna pull up mash bills and talk about old home or old. But we're going to because i actually Greg was there. And i got to talk to him for a minute which was really fun. usually keiko's they do it up and it's i don't know how they're going to do it now because he used to be cool finger. Food stuff can't now now. How will we know how would the world's messed up is so how david how will we know when we matt we're rude we'd introduce our guest we'll get x. Person it was all. It's been all about jamie so far. It has it really has been. I'm one bourbon and break because we are recording. We're recording a couple at once. So you did introduce me the last show airing separately. The motor city hypnotist. It's another podcast here at the puck actual northville studios David david wright now is with us hanging out Because we're like. Hey we're going to drink a couple of bourbons when you've done with your show we're going to record a couple you wanna loiter. He's like you said fast enough. I don't know what i was doing. But when i saw your message up i looked at my. I couldn't fast. Yeah it'd be there surprise. I didn't get boola so yeah. So we're we're going to hang out in. Try that so david. Thanks for hanging out but we we're going to try this and but I actually had the the privilege of talking to To greg greg. Greg has a story. Storied history Mgp is like a big We're we're a lot of people when they source their their bourbons until you hear a lot of talk today about source bourbons yeah Mvp is is like this big warehouse and they they brew and they brew they did. This still is probably a better word. Because that's what they do they distill a lot of bourbon and He was he was one of the head distillers there for years and years and he laughed and now he's doing the old elk And so this was his first boy into The old elks So this is one of his first Barrels that he put out under his name so he's got his signature on it now and it's literally his signature on the side and we talked to him a little bit about it at keiko's Oh that's what. I was gonna say david How do we know when the world gets back to normal right. Because it's like keiko's they do finger foods and great little things. What is your cursor. What is it going to be that. You'll say the world's back to normal when we can do this. What is it. I right off hand. I would just have to say go to the movies without worrying about where you're sitting going to them because something. I have missed over the past. Nine months god yes but thankfully they have been prolonging the release of certain movies so dealing with a good ones over the abbot. The problems now. We have to wait long even though i do want to see him to theater. I'm still impatient. Actually curious we these streaming services and how they might actually end up trying to gouge their their costs. Well they are releasing now releases right to write his dreaming and they have to try to recoup some some 'cause sometimes yes uh-huh thirty five bucks to get this now and yeah so that new The there's a new movie that's coming out on december twenty fifth. Yeah and it's wonder woman hundred eighty four and it's being released in the theater. I'll pay whatever and dance you have. Hbo you could actually watch it as well. You already paid for the subscription. It's not an extra cost. oh okay good It's like you know. I'm a child of the eighties. Linda carter you know that's you know. I'm a superhero movie. I'm in any way and then yeah so. It was all by linda. Carter was like holy smokes. Okay out and mike yup yup thank you for the. But that's the thing a subscriber to the streaming. Max you can actually watch it from home and you're having to pay extra to see it from home because you're already a subscriber all right so man. What is your thing. it's like when the world we back to normal when you can when i can not have to worry about taking my mask with me everywhere everywhere you go. You have to have a mass right do you. Do you think that that mass thing. Even with the mass. It's going to be around for quite some time. And i just think it's just going to be. Some people are just going to keep them. Yeah oh yeah. Because honestly and i can. I travel quite a bit because of all the shows that i do especially from spring to fall in. I didn't think anything about seeing somebody wearing a mask in an airport. A few years ago anywhere else. I would think ritzy see one. You saw someone what what's wrong with that person. Yeah right thinking well. Typically i thought the germaphobe honest share. Yeah yeah yeah. I mean and then they were actually like nope they were smarter than this is what they were exact jamie. What's going to make the world normal for you when you can get a home depot hotdog. My gosh i can't. I'm telling you you just hogging about it. God we want a hot dog. Those are those are say water. Six the beginning of the fantastic. I just i. I will know the world is back to normal when i get home depot. Get to home depot hotdogs. Just sit outside. It's dan perfect. Yeah i teach high school and it's like you know summer. I got a little more free time in the summer and then So that's my thing man it's like you know and it's like it's like gp to it's like jihadi. I'm thrifty. it's like you know you can. Even you can even tip the the lady at the hot dog stand on all right but We digressed but that's what the kids all about learning about stuff and digression and just good friends in in meeting people. And like i said our friends at keiko's market they have these awesome barrel picks and they had greg in store for this pick and We got to talk to him. So we're going to have that little conversation with greg. Doing ran up. well it's The product was intentionally crafted to be smooth easy when old approach me six and a half years ago they tasked me with creating a truly customer mash bill and the only two words that they gave me to work with smooth and easy so from there i knew i had to get the multi barley content and the nashville way up I also knew in the back of my mind at all. The other bourbons produced over my career always had some degree of rhianna and to get spice characteristics to follow through to the bottle and takes a minimum fifteen percent So actually the nashville from there was created what reverse math. I took the corn content nashville down to the minimum for a bourbon. Fifty one percent factored in the fifteen percent. Rye needed to get some space in the room for thirty. Four percent malted barley. So what you'll see about. This product is absolutely unique to the bourbon. There's not another bourbon on the shelf with the mash built. Liked it not even close to Very much different unique your thing. We use a slow cut proofing process. It adds to the profile in balance of the product. I'm basically what that means is rather than cut it in one or two big steps. We actually do it over about two two. And a half week periods and the amount of heat rise that you put into the product is limited and doesn't drive away the delicate conjure. So you work so hard. To create through the mash bill Cooking fermentation distillation maturation the barrel pick. What is what's gonna be different about the particular barrel pick we're here keiko's in in in birmingham and people are doing barrel. Picks all around the country is very very popular thing. So what are we gonna find different about this Compared to what regularly you'll find an old out well it's The main differences. It's going to be castrating. So the normal old elk is is Is eight eight proof. Model eight roof This is all a strength when we do the barrel programs. I select Fifty barrels and a time from the from locations in the warehouse. So they know prime time in lawrenceburg. I'll take those samples back to my house. I'll evaluate them from centuries perspective only to make sure that their worthy of being a barrel program barrow The rest of it's really up to the customer I try not to get involved in the barrels selecting process. I think it should be a customer experience. And therefore they they actually will pick a barrel from a group of samples that we present to them through our salesforce. Here's you will find. Every barrel is is is like a fingerprint. It's it's unique. They're all subtly different one to the other. It has to do with The woods of variable in in the barrel The char's somewhat of a variable as much as they try to control what the air circulation in the warehouse was a variable and and the Locations in the warehouses a variable. Show all those factors play in the make each barrel subtly different for me. I get all the classic Bourbon notes. i get nice vanilla. Get nice oak. Nice caramel get a lot of maple which is very pleasant And i think more than anything. You'll just find that. It's a smooth easy product. Even at strength i will. We're going to dive into it. And i i really appreciate it. Yeah so that was pretty cool. He He took the time to to hang out and chat that was At keiko's market This barrel pick is is long gone but They're always they're always stocked on on the on the old elk and The mash bill like he said he brought it down to Fifty one yup fifty one percent at fifty one percent corn. The thirty four percent malted barley and fifteen percent. Ri- right right on top of that so and Those that want to note the char number four okay. So and this is coming in at a hundred and seven proof so normally the regular Yes so we're a little higher because we had we had one earlier. There was a ninety proof. So this is a step up from that and then so fifty three point seven A apv on this or fifty. Three point seven. Yeah at one hundred and seven proof coming in the barrel. Pick and it's yeah it's pick so Normally it's the the other one isn't quite as Says not as spicy as meatball point Matt's driving all right all right so because we had tried this. Matinee had tried this once before and i was surprised. Yeah you were. You were surprised. I i had a lot of things to say about it But we were recording on the wrong microphone. We were doing it again so no yeah said you couldn't repeat it exactly the way of course so So simple maybe. You need a refresher course. I know it's What are you getting off the dig. What do you get off in. Knows since matt and i've been down this road once before i'm getting well in a in a way i kind of shouldn't listen to the i'm kind of biased. The interviews. i'm getting vanilla caramel. I'm getting some of that. And that's a standard for your bourbons. Right but i can get that up right away. Yeah no it's a straight up. That's what i'm getting to is just a very burgundy Carmel calmly and vanilla. That's any city. He that's what he was going for. You wanted to pull those out right away. And i do. I do get the on the end a little spice on the end on the nose the nose yep raises after going back in a couple of time and the and this is the this one is kinda deceiving because knowing it's one hundred and seven but if you did not know you were at one hundred and seven proof on this and your knows it. It's going to kick your teeth in the one we tasted earlier. It was strong on the nose because this was an eighty percent. Right one on that right right so all right. I'm dive again. All right ivan end going in going in man. Jeers cheers hollis. Yeah there is. That now was a heat. But it's it's there the spices there up right off the bat. Something's alive tonight. That's what she said trying to be dramatic Oh yeah yeah that that the spice you get it right off the get go right and really do but you also get you also get the softer deduct. The software vanilla caramel it kind of sits there as it coats. You know the back of your throat. What have you got that real. Nice vanilla feel inside my throat right now. We were talking. And i don't know if it was what we were eating before we were talking about some stuff. I'm trying we had. We had meat or something like a pizza or something. Yeah and The flavors that we were getting last time. I'm trying to trying to trying to extract those again. I i remember what i was talking about. And i'm i'm not smelling. I said cotton candy time. I said i was getting. There is a sweetness in there. it was a candy. It was a candy of some sort. And i and i i'm i'm getting i'm getting it again but not i went cotton candy last time. But there's a sweetness in here There's a there is being the barrel strength It's there's a. There's a heat to the heat. There's a sweetness. Because yeah the chart. Four i would imagine. There's there's gonna be some sweetness on right because it's got that vanilla got that butterscotch. It's got all of those flavor notes that you would expect but it's kinda sweet feel to it so now i like the color on. This is a deep. It's deep color It's it's not it's not light. It's it's a deep a deep amber color nor with the normal old elk comes eight proof right right. This is the because it's a barrel pink here at one hundred seven one bedtime. It's one to eleven. Yeah just make it up to ten. Let's go to we love it. You don't understand off hoping it. What else did you have to resist. Anything else in. There meant that you had as far as the tasty known on this. No i am getting through you. Because i haven't had a sip in a number of seconds here and it continues just to sit and starting to. I'm starting to feel not a like a sweet fruit but more of we were talking about massino cherries a insurers earlier. I'm getting back back back in. I'm getting a little bit of cherry little hint on the on the top front roof of my mouth. Yeah plump really. I've never. I've never heard you say the i'm just making crap up. Now try to sound smart okay. How about america. That was the last that was no. There's there's a there's a fruit there's a there's a mono you're right. There's a fruit On the front roof of my mouth is where i was getting that flavor I it just just making crap Really and that's the thing if you talk to most people you drink what you like and Oh yeah th the coding. Because it's got some good legs on it. It's it's there's oils in here and it it sitting and what's coded my mouth hanging out of my mouth is that candy candied like a candied coding. There i've been sitting for a couple of minutes since my last seven. Sweetness does sitting there after not quite like a it feels almost like a candy apple but not that that that that 'cause at candy apple red is not quite that candy apple red a candied covering of something likely with jolly rancher almost almost. Yeah yeah like candy like a candy dapple covering but not that not that candy. Have not the candy apple tastes. There's another candy in there. What else is covered. Candied like that candied apples. What else can be blake that bacon. Oh could you imagine a nice candy bacon. Stir that would be. Oh you are the devil. No no no. It's actually a brilliant idea cart making on the cart. Yeah all right. Yeah all the now that the nose. I'm getting a lot more sweet on the nose now than i did. I was getting carmel before. But now i'm getting sweet and which is a different a different different us an offset from the caramel for me interesting. Now we we've tried so many and we. We have tried this one before it. Just you know that. Didn't come to fruition. But i of don't remember what it tastes like because we've had so many other things since then it's nice to go back and understand a little bit more about two or three times. I'm getting more and more of the candy and that's sweet so just can't not. Yeah not not not syrupy now just much like i like the the the hard shell the candy apple You know not that not that that because those are normally the red and you get the cherry in that but it's not that read it's just that can be hard. Yeah that hard candy. Candied in this is what i don't know i just. I just really just being crap up as we stumbled through it. It's it's great when you taste because three tastes in. It's just a little bit different roles but it's not too sweet to like if you're gonna have to in an evening especially at this proof probably shouldn't be more than two right here at home for the night but I could do more than one of these. It's not because some. Sometimes there is too sweet or too flavorful to to this to that I could do more than one of these i. I'm bringing home so kill mary. Screw our rating system on this I'm married i bought. It brought it home. And i'm glad i did I will probably have an old elk myself in perpetuity. Very fair enough While i can't marry this in any way shape or form because it's no longer shishir. Well this barrels. So this particular. Barra selection yeah. But i would like to try the proof. Yeah just to kind of compare as to what we have today and then what it's really supposed to be. Yeah so I would die if i could. I would marry this. I wonder if the candy miss is is unique to this barrel. 'cause i mean 'cause barrels pick and that's the thing about barrel pixes is because they're all very unique. Yeah and that could be. That could be what kind of offsets this from from the daily well. That's why it's hard to make. It's hard to make a rating on this because this is it unless you guys. Just give me that bottle. I can decide. No you know. If i could marry this bottle but yeah i would say the same thing but i would. I would have i. It's very it's very enjoyable. I like it and you're right. I it's not it's not nothing is too overpowering that has you know i'm trying to think of a good example of something that is just it's nice for for a drink just for a change like a vanilla crown. Yeah after an inch of that. It's like oh yeah the caramel the ground terminals. Like that apple you know. That's just that that's got well into be a bourbon. It can't be flavored so this was happening as here happen. Naturally us. That's the good thing So the packaging on this look at the stopper. It's kind of like because it's called old elk so it's it's reminiscent of a cross section of a of an antler alec. Yes oh yeah. It's like almost like a cross section of an an an antler as the head of the stopper. I think it's a good looking bottle to have on your shelf. Just as part of the collection people love having their displays. Yes it was like. Don't you if you're displaying so big and you're never going to drink all of it. Start giving it away. I'll take this is still other thing that that adds to it. Of course the it has autographed. Not that that changed the tastes. But that's just it's another. It's another discussion starter. I was. I was torn because we had it. And we're like all right. Well let's old l. And i'm like why i got that bottle. But he he autographed it. Should i save it. And then i was like. Oh my save for I got a couple of autograph bottles the bottles after. Yeah yeah. I got A general taylor tape the The the general taylor. Yeah yeah the tail his grandson. Great grandson bo min ninety five percents. Sure bill He autographed the bottle. three bourbon. Yeah neil yes go ahead. I'll come on autographed it last name. Jamie mr benetton. Well done gerardo okay. That's not always wrong. Okay but Yeah so i got an autograph bottle from him of the record bourbon. I'm like oh shit a crack it and it's like actually i haven't cracked that one yet. No okay it's still sitting on the show. It's another one of those bottles semi shelf that my wife is like. How much bourbon do you need. All right can we equate that. The shoes Can we how many shoes do you need. Shoes or more than one. Use models gone. It's gone particularly side. Are you on the side. Are you on here off shoes. You need three or four pairs of shoes. I gives you a hundreds. And hundreds of waring's very doc martin's chuck taylors a pair wingtips doc. Martens to for uses in my closet mercy. Six lot all right there. We go Matt you know. I don't believe we do. I think i wandered plenty before we got the. It's all good. You know what. Joe find us on on facebook. Find us on Pockets detroit northville studios of your finer Platforms you listen to get in here and make some noise lease podcast. 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A Conversation with Stephen Malkmus

Rolling Stone Music Now

37:59 min | 2 years ago

A Conversation with Stephen Malkmus

"Hey, I'm Brian. Hi. This is Rolling Stone music now I'm super excited to be in the studio with Stephen mop Lewis, who has a new soul album out called group denied. But the question is, what would the album have been called? If the group had not been denied. I can't be the first person ask that. But I haven't seen the answer anywhere. Well, that was the working title before some of this group denied narrative, started already based on some of the ways that I chopped beats, you know, I kind of deliberately keep them off the grid and stuff. And so that combined with just maybe sort of a plane of the modern time trying to do some, you know, be yourself and you keep getting pushed like in tetris game off to other actually a different game, whatever one where you would block paths. And you know, you're lead this other way, which wasn't the way you want it to go. But yeah, and it just all those things combined with this story of the record being unacceptable for release because of Swabian impose journalists, you know, that was really digging. For story out, brought out. But it's the kind of thing that if it hadn't happened, it actually would have been good to make it up because it provides a very helpful hook for people to talk about the record. That's true. Something talked about size the music. I mean all worked out in the end it came out. I'm happy with it. It's not even past tense because we're still talking about it. There's actually at least one previous, it's kindling for the master, which is like a mid two thousand song, which actually let's hear that. Rebounding. Masta and it's, it's to me very much in the vein of this record. Is there a connection there that was different because that's recorded on tape, and it did have some triggered drums. And it was kind of lo fi funk workout by my standards for sure. You know, I'm trying to remember what I was into when I was trying to do that song. And it just seems that album, which is also another album. I may call face the truth. It touches on some others on rose. Yeah. But it was mostly me recording myself in a similar way to groove denied although I use other musicians or I didn't use I use them. Employed toss them these other people those songs, but that one, I think is all me by myself kindling for the masters. So, but yeah, I can see that in a way it's definitely in eighties. Nineties, new Jack style compared to the psychedelic rock that I do my guitar. I mean, this is actually a really really enjoying anything. He may have said this. But there is a thing where it's like using these unfamiliar context. Maybe got you. I don't think you use these end term beginner's mind. But there is a little bit of that in there where it feels like a return almost here. I record it seemed to be a certain freedom there. I think you're right in terms of, you know, when you're not quite in control of technology, and, or the instruments, you're using it can bring a kind of old and new feeling together. Like when I was first on self-aware and making music and pavement, not knowing. But it sounds like when it comes out and kind of being a little bit surprised, of course. After many years, and working with the same unit of people and developing a language. You know there's something of it gets a little bit. I wouldn't say like risk averse, but, you know you just there's so many assumptions you make about what you're doing that. You don't even know that you're doing it. And so with something like this. Yeah messing with Trump machines different really just different instruments, and different genres that haven't publicly tried to conquer. How are your keyboard skills? Like are you like panel keyboard? Yeah. Not adept enough that I decided to not I well, I'm not playing any piano on my live tour. I'm playing some synthesizers. I also didn't want to travel with them because I'm trying to really travel light. But to the question they're pretty basic. I did it also on this album sparkle hard like the first song, and like three of the songs, I those are piano, bass songs that. Transposed onto a rock, not transposed, but like started that way, and then made them into Qatar songs, and that's like you and the opening track playing piano. It's not me on the actual. Me. Gotcha them. And so, yeah, you know, like some people would just call that chopsticks or some would say it's like Neil young immediate. You know that's what I'd rather. It be simple. But like affective and stuff. So, yeah. I play like the song grown nothing. That's me. I mean I could play that live. And it would be fine. Yeah. I wouldn't make any mistakes. Let's hear that, that's a really beautiful song. They. Tree. It seems like tar players can fall into that Neil young style, like sort of, basically, you're playing rhythm guitar on the piano. True. I like jazzy music like Andrew hill, or even the loneliest monk, I would obviously not say that I'm anywhere near those geniuses. But, you know, like you can kind of think of PNO in that in these clusters and, and broken forms. And you know, we're all striving for something when we're playing and I guess I go more in that direction is funny, that you mentioned that you were on conscious or on self-aware, making the first payment record because you always seem super self conscious and self aware even back then. So I wonder how that because you always were kind of. Yeah, I, I can say, you know, even if you are maybe I said that wrong, it's more like not being in control of what you're doing. And you know, whatever came out of the speakers are really sort of surprised. So I guess that's what I'm in. It's like not in control of what you're doing. And also, you know, lira cly, I'd certainly not particularly self conscious because especially at that time because, you know, I really. Just said, whatever came out of my mouth, you know, like the first time. So I think maybe that you can call that self conscious that you after the fact that you kept that, but, you know, a lot of other people might have said, like, what does that mean that I wrote is that stupid today, even be saying that didn't really do that? I just went forward that start to come in, maybe, especially in the last twenty years, a little bit more of some kind of editors mentality where you're finding a lot of people will not only me, there's a combination of reasons that would happen. First of all, you said what you said, well already, and you need to say differently, or something in a way that is not just tired, and then also the world catches up with you or it's very fast. The way the world is, and other people are doing cool stuff that influences you or that makes your old ways of working, there's a reason that they. Sounded fresh back them. But don't now if you try to do it, and why would you want to anyway once something's been done? It's time to move on and try to make some new forms and connections. So I know you're not a U two and guy, even he did several song for that soundtrack that are going to be great, but he wants said he was in the studio like in the eighties or something, not, not a great Dylan period. I'm in no way making a comparison, but he was in the studio and the producers like why don't you actually just do it? You know, guitar harmonica and Dylan's. Like. No. That's how Dylan would do it. You know, it is that thing where you aware. Yeah. That's probably what happens is quite hard to get outside yourself, right? No matter what you're kind of in Holland MIR's, when you're trying to not do something the way you do it. And you're you no matter what I think we just all struggle the find a tone that he knows like feels good to feels good to me, and, you know, I can feel like it's real or authentic. This. To like it's a classic sort of Indy trick to make the first track the really weird one and Belva gir- face plans. Pronuncia crockett. Yes. Is like super loopy, and maybe what people imagined the whole record would be based on the initial description, and it's really enjoyable. I also imagine that, maybe when you describe there was a whole bunch of stuff, there's probably more stuff that sounded more like that, that's not in the right there is Martin's in that style. That was the best example that I thought, and when you're making the a sequence for a record a lot of things there's a lot of ways you can go and I can say that. But usually it just comes down to two or three songs that could be the first song. So probably if we had another year, even to make the record. It could have been more like that song better worse. Or maybe like this one called forget your plays. Sort of feel not so referential compared to some things on the record. You know, like either referential to me, or, or other musics that I've liked in the past. So I'm kind of proud of those ones where, you know, at least for myself I don't really know where they came from except for an idea that they're kind of experimental or something. I can't say, oh yeah. That sounds like Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan or not my songs. But you know, like sure you're a critic user, you spot the influences. And I can't I'm like I don't even know what the influence that doesn't necessarily mean they're better. But like I like him better for that reason bright moments on this word also. I feel it's a little bit like alternate universe, Malcolm, especially the first half of the record words like when you first started another bunch of echo in the bunny influences and stuff and almost heard that coming in just like different directions your pursued. Yeah. Definitely a British Field to the. The first side and least the second song a bit, well wilder and the third one Victor Bordj. Yeah. That's kinda got an English early post punk elect with drums, creeping into post punk bow. Even to I never really loved them so much when I was a kid. I mean I love that. Bella Goshi is. Yeah. That was just the song, we knew about I'll say Peter Murphy really aging. Well, not that, that matters. I just seen a picture him. Is that really him? He's like, how can we look so good must not party? He was one of the last Coachella things where they got an old ban to reunite to headline Coachella in this sort of very touching belief that the kids would be very excited about about house reunion. And it was awesome, not any, it wasn't like people were there. But I don't really think they knew it was just new. They were supposed to, you know, I think the audience was more open minded back then at the Coachella thing now, it's like it's kids wanting stuff for kids. You know, I just saw this Duran Duran like video by David Lynch. Did you see that? No. So not good. It's on. It's like a concert of them in two thousand fourteen and so it starts with some black and white and David Lange saying, Durant Durant. We're gonna. I can't do as accent, but you know how he is. And then the concert proceeds, it's a live concert, and like some LA corporate venue, which I can't remember which one it is, you know, how those there's a shows and LA that are kind of they're just clean. But like anyway, Lynch just puts like this in the forefront, some kind of like smoke fog like overdubbed like this kind of smoke fog and light, and then there's like a couple of clocks spinning really fast. It's like generic David Lynch, and then they're playing he can't even see the ban, sorta, because there's like fake rain in front of them. It's really hack job. No disrespect to either those artists. But sometimes I don't know what two thousand fourteen what was going on. Sorry. No telling me to degrasse about the time. I once watched the Duran Duran, try to write a song timberland for two hours in the studios catastrophe was there, I was doing timberland story. And during during guys were not excited about me being there, but I was there with their producer Timbaland just had a like a loop going, he made a timbale in loop and they were just as in the hip hop style just kept playing and playing in the studio, that's how they do it and, and they were just they wanted to loop to stop. But that's what they're supposed to right over. There was just it was a tag. I wish it had been filmed. It was the funniest thing I've ever seen in my life. Honestly removable that funny. 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So just getting to know him and how he worked, and how he grew up in a classic British working at Rak studios, and John Leckie and being a T bringer up sue, it's kind of old school. I guess the way he learned to do it. And then he's the kind of mad scientist. So I took that from it more than anything just seeing how a record. Properly made in a certain way. You know, I didn't entirely know what's the most about that proper record making process? Well, like just the obsession with I mean, I'm I get obsessive making stuff good too. But you know it's just like really dialed in an obsessive making like like just living this record territory light thousand percent. You know that's what he did. And does and maybe I caught him at a good time. He had also just done. This is really excited about back mutations, which is a really cool record and you should be. But there's like the song called the diamond bollocks. It's like an extra song. On the album. I think it was different. But you know that's the one he was really excited about. He likes other songs on the album. But you know, he was like in. I'm not saying that anything in raid in rainbows. They're fantastic. But, you know, you catch people at a certain when they're really like young, and hungry, or at least thirty something and hungry. Like a good. So that's all I just remember that about it. And then, you know, I think it's two thousand eleven you work with Beck. Again, like what sort of like lessons, drug because that's simply someone with very different some. But some real differences in the process in the way he thinks I think everyone's different. He's a very obsessive music person into sand as sound and seems more than me interested in technology or, you know, how to make things sounds goods. So if you notice yeah, he's worked with back did like Nigel. God, rich and the danger mouse. And I don't really know who Greg curse than is. But I can. Say his name. Yes, they're like known for being they're all like sand masters, and probably have some secrets, you know, like they're almost in that people have their tricks, or some that they don't release the world, which I love is kind of cool, too, because I would have never thought of that, you know, I just think it's like plug in and compress it or twist, the knobs still like sounds cool. I don't know if you have like secret boxes or secret moves. So, yeah, I kind of I thought that was interesting. He's got some secret moves. And again, he's somebody that really is in mastering to really heavily like, I don't know, if you're familiar with a guy named Bob Ludwig, but he's kind of. I've, I've talked to him about two times Greg. He's really nice. Yeah. He lives up in Maine, and he has super expensive mastering and like the mazing job. So I mean it's all those little like, there's so many, it's just about the music and the ball, you know, like getting the best sound for posterity. Both of those guys are like that. And so maybe they like to work with someone a little bit like me, his more of a primitive, you know caveman in comparison with that stuff. Sure. Even with, like Sonics. And that kind of thing I love all that stuff. I love I like pedals I like but not. I mean, the Preussen the pudding, if you listen to the records. Like like that something about these two ninety s names. Reminded me the fact that things you re tweeted a tweet by rivers Cuomo, about him making somewhat inscrutable joke about whether anyone ever asked him if he sounds like Malcolm is. And then you also said an interview once when people, I think frequently have asked you, you know, do you wish you had bigger hits. Did you try to write biggers Boban? And you said, well that's the difference between weezer and pavement. So just like how do you see that Ben, because that is the weirdly like this weird opposite of, of payment, someone who are never on a? I think when they first started, I mean, this is really like intern knee seen indie rock g see sonic is the breeders the buzz bin. I mean it's like two years, you know, when things right? I mean at that time that they had like a spike Jones video dogs running through it. And then it felt kind of Pissy pavement. He and. Except instantly wildly successful. Yeah. And they they're really catchy songs. Like I like that. Song say, say it ain't so I'm fan of that song. Yeah. In the ban in general. So they just kind of came out of nowhere, and there was a bit of, you know, like, there's whatever just a tribal in these stuff, you know, there's bands that were on matador or homestead or sub pop. And then some groups just started right away with in Los Angeles on David Geffen company, or something, you know, so some were suspicious, but it doesn't really matter music, music. Right. So, right. It seems. Sweeter time when people actually had time to worry about credibility. Or we haven't really gotten into psychology of, you know, status and posing and all these things that indie culture had back then and people didn't question. Well, the other thing I always say this people listen to show probably hurt me says before, but back when rock sort of more ruled the world, the distinctions between kinds of rock, seem very important, and perhaps less. So here in two thousand nineteen. Yeah. I mean I don't know. I mean that was probably ninety four four. Yeah. It was a bigger market for it and, like, yeah. Was these on r- too so of the marketplace a little bit more, of course, there are in being hip hop, rock and roll is still it's still felt like it was of evolving against something. I don't know. There was hair medal and guns and roses and in with the I'm just. Talking like white guy. Guitar rock. Really? That was let the regular show. Strumming guitar at that moment, you know, we just we really were people were like young or you know, like us. Why is that unease ago? You know, so. Yeah, it was really exciting. When near von ah for better worse. You know, when Navonna tad, some hard rock signifier is in their music, but it was definitely different. You know, when that like took off felt like a big, you know is really pretty exciting. I thought and yet you never wanted to fully ride that particular wave. Well, I, I'm glad that we wrote in the slipstream of it. Yeah, you can make a comparison. I mean if we're just talking about, like REM that was another group that was older, but kinda cool. And you know, it's like you could just be singular and be popular. It doesn't to kinda ban them sorta not align to a scene scene was made around them. I mean, maybe they did come from the paisley underground or jangle e college rock, whatever they came from. But yeah, I mean who wouldn't wanna be like REM like writing these big hits and have nice house, three houses, and stuff like that? The big Warner Brothers contract. I would've have been nice to return to this record. It is one of those things where as you said, the first half is more electron EQ, and then it nicely slides into more of a traditional youth thing. But again like totally homemade, you pay every instrument drums, I think even going back the payments on their songs we played drums. So you're a decent drummer, I guess, no, not decent. But, like that's the charm that hopefully I mean it's not like the shag or something. But, you know, really do loop deep. Those are all the way played all the songs I will say, maybe a couple of fills. I did. I did Midi a couple of fills just after I did it just to see if it would sound different and better, but they are all the way played through which is that's good. Couple drum machines, shouldn't be hard to play drum. I mean, the germs should stay out of the way kind of, you know, and I feel bad saying that with having drummers and stuff, they hear that, but, you know, it's, it's kind of like you can listen to my history work history, the drums are kind of, you know, they just should get a good groove going no disrespect to drummers all the great drummers. No, the say like the songs the king, they don't get jobs right now. So they can start their own bands, or whatever you promise. No guitar solos on this record to some interviewer. And there's actually any true few, especially on growing nothing. Beautiful guitar. So yeah, yeah. I guess. This kind of one. Yeah. Yeah. You're right. There is some messing around on guitar and as it turns out, when I played these songs live, there's going to be a lot of messing around on guitar because, you know, in the end, you have to do what you're comfortable, and good at in a certain way, if people are paying sees, so we're going to be standing alone on the stage laptop and one of those p ones and guitar and bunch of pedals, have you done? One of these shows yet another come. I did. I did I've done not with guitar did a Cup. I opened for animal collective at a previous time, just with a laptop, and a microphone and I opened for Ann Magnuson, Abban water reunion doing the same thing. But like that was at a previous time how we were talking about when the record could have been more like the first song it didn't go down that. Well, I mean I was playing normies art people that, you know, like a ten dollar show of people who it doesn't, you know what I mean. So. They're free to vent. Their, their opinions were not. They weren't on my side to begin. It was I wouldn't say it was like doing the, you know, Bernie talking a Trump rally or something, but it was gonna feel comfortable right away. Yeah. Would you it seems a little awkward? I've seen what's Martin the dude from suicide Martin Rev. I saw him do completely comfortable just get up with the DJ backing him. And just like with know just be out there, but he was a lunatic friend said that, he, you know, he tried to make me feel better about it. He had seen Greg sage of the wipers and just a drum machine. And he said, it was one of the best shows, he ever saw that doesn't really establish confidence. You know. That's like so what this guy is really great did something great that way. And now I'm going to you know it doesn't. It doesn't work that way. I know what he meant though. You know. So I mean to find appointed on, why are you doing this way? Obviously matches the record but to town. Yeah. I just thought you know it's a good question. You know, I'm gonna as coming up and the day, I asked the same question. But the fact of matter is, yeah, I wanted to try, I've challenged myself, and is there anything else, they're like that. Can do. That's cool. I don't know. No real good answer for that. It may set a personal record for me. The last time I interviewed you was looked it up was, like February two thousand one when I soul record and yeah, yeah. Those are different times different times, and how has the twenty first century so far compared to like you're. I mean, not world historically necessarily like your life in this these last eighteen years. That's your whole stretch of your soul crew and stuff with Jim and reunion and family and everything has happened in these eighteen years. So how has this compared to, like, sort of what your expectations were for this part of your life? And career I don't know. That's a big question. I don't think anybody. He has a real concept of what it's going to be like, I mean, once you obviously, when you have a family and kids, that completely is something that you're not prepared for, and there's no way to really compare expectations to that myself. So music is forever. It just carries on a fan of, of music, and it's not a struggle to wanna like it or something. You know, it's not like homework or anything like the do. It's not something I don't know what you do for entertainment. Everyone's got their thing. But it's hard from I mean it's a little bit of a capitalist, cliche or something. But, you know, like you love your work, or whatever. Of course, I wanna be rewarded for my labor, but doesn't I don't mind you know, so that's all I can really say about it. Whatever comes from it has been the interviews and the travel, that's different thing. But just making I'm not saying this toward its work, though or whatever. But just making noise and sounds entertainment to me, obviously around the time we're talking about in ninety four. So you lyrically bid farewell to the rock and roll era famously and, you know, you're years ahead of time, but we did get there. Pretty much. That's all right. Though doesn't ma- still going to will be suits. I mean it's just maybe to Coachella audience, or something, it's over. Does it affect the way? I mean, obviously here, you are have made a record with a lot of different sounds and in more modern way. So we see it does affect the way you it has affected your music making process. And here you are off touring like DJ to, to get some of that sweet Dev, DJ hefty. I mean, it's okay, I've always liked niche things anyway. So I feel like the music we've made I've made as always it's it's always been left to center and people are always going to be like, what was that? I don't you know, I never expected any, any different all the music, I would make would always I mean, it's nice that Rolling Stone wants to talk to me and stuff. But like came from the underground, so it's all kind of underground stuff. And let's also like by not having some enormous MTV hit. Did you know they were on there, but there's a freedom in that as well. You're not locked in people's minds, the way, people don't really. The extent to which actually could be a curse, to have huge hit in the nineties that could be. But even if you did. I mean it's you just got up lead by Zan. I mean just lead with your heart and do what you like the do, right. Scott. Walker recently passed away, and obviously, he was a much bigger star than pavement ever was. But I guess it hurt him or something in his own mind. But, you know, he he made the music he wants to make. And of course, I think you're I mean, I think that it's a better play to be, you know, you'd rather be like Iggy pop then, like three dog night, even three dog night made more money and more people have heard them and maybe even they made some good songs. It's generally assumed even by people that don't even know who pop is really that, that's a better person to be in our society. Right. Like pussies like seventy years old, and he's like crazy. He ripped so yes. That'd be a little bit in paradigm of artsy doesn't pandered. I mean Iggy had is times trying to make hits too. So but you know what? I mean you'd really in that realm of consciousness than in the three I don't know why I mentioned them. No. They are. You got me thinking about it at the same time I be interested to know what it was like to be in three dog night, biography. There. There's a lot of gonorrhea involved. As the fact that it slipped back into this record shows you clearly still love the guitar resist the head. Positive noisemaker and I, I like it and yeah, this all goods anything. That makes good. Sounds I'm into obviously, keyboards have a different way or like modular synthesizers and stuff. You know, they have a texture to them, and like this not only what they symbolize, which is obviously half of what's important about them. I think that it's electron IQ and modern and but also it's like just the way it sounds glue be and blue be and attack, and LFM does and the way that you play with them it's going to lead you to different emotions. I don't know kind of silly now but you know what I mean, it's just got different sound. So I'm for both of those instruments just not into ukulele is unless it's like traditional Hawaiian music, just every instrument is good. Minus you go L. Yeah. Kinda I don't mind it as a gateway towards people learning about music and stuff. But. You know the first tool, but not as a I mean tiny Tim May be, but you said that the best Neil young album Zuma, and I really agree with you. And I also never really I've never really thought of I never thought of the connection I know you like him as tar player, but once I heard, you say that I was like, well, you know, like I listen to danger burger something and actually I hear you in there, there's a connection there. He's great, obviously we all. I mean, everyone's pretty onboard with Neil right? And the lyrics are often not always great, but many of them are kind of just stoned Piff unease. And like kind of want that I want that is actually weirdly. I think he's the exact opposite of you lyrically sometimes because he's always just whatever he's reading about it just comes out and says it, you know. It's and it's you know, you, you're not always the skating which writing about. But, you know, certainly. Well, I do. I mean, I think in some ways that's I also do that. You just don't know. It. You know, it's like I just want to get the lyrics done usually, you know, like you probably talked to a lot a lot of artists. There are some people that are lyrics I and a really confident about their lyrics, I bet Neal's not particularly confident about his lyrics either. I have no idea. You know, I think he just does it and I'm projecting again. I think you know, he just wants to get to like jam and. I'm sure he has things to say, don't get me wrong. But, like maybe more than, you know, like environmental causes or corporate, this notes for you, or, you know, he has just seems like a cool cat. And in the whole scene of the LA really fertile time. L A music. You know, you've got this Canadian stone or do Malibu and daybreak and stuff. Just seems like maybe it's a little bro, ish or something at times in retrospect like stupid, girl and stuff. But, like, yeah. For sure. Now, it's still like seems like I probably would like to be hanging out over there. Like drinking tequila looking at the sun setting and smoking joints and stuff. I don't know towns fun. After a gap of fears. This is now to really strong albums, and a role and it seems like I know that your label chief is talking about sort of reintroducing U. And that kind of thing is that in your mind to or you kind of like a reset button thing and just kind of I mean, you are doing your out there little bit more. How do you see all this? Where do you see it going from home? Really? No. I mean, I did put a how many plan with this record and that one and one in the future, perhaps that will be like three styles. And yeah. That's all you know, it's not really. It's up to the suits to decide that stuff. Right. I mean purchase the music makers and take what we can get. But yeah, I mean at least creatively has some ideas of things I want to do I had a little more time. Kids are older, and there was just, it's a lot of just nuts and bolts like they're also the studio situation, up and up in town, those living at where I actually want I was actually. Excited to work in a specific building, then not saying there's everywhere is bad in Portland. But like I played it out of it. And so, like, if I wanted to go to make a record is going to have to go somewhere else. Always. And so there's this brief window where the cool place opened and fell new and against buyer by things and situations as much as interior. So that got me working a little bit more DC yourself, as a lifelong dish in at this point, you're just gonna come it's hard to think of changing, as you know, like you gotta pay your dues, you know, in any I mean, I don't have much other skills to be honest, you know if we're really being real about it. Most of them are involved in music, you know, like, not writing. I, I haven't written lake a paragraph cogent paragraph since like Twitter was invented. You know. So I haven't had to. Yeah. Like two sentences like half shitty grammar people like that. So yeah, it's not I think probably sticking around. I can't be a George Martin. Investing in meow will for something. You know, it's like. There's always the memoir. Yeah. Yeah. That's true. Befall back now. I know those could be interesting but yeah, I don't have skills, and like you have to be a waiter or not a waiter. But like the nice bartender, you know, the people like Mark from pavement was a bartender if you had to rank the chances of ever playing with pavement again. Where would you put that, you know, realistic, anything's possible all alive? Good cannon, and if there's interests, you know, that's always a factor. People really psyched about it. I'd be psyched about it, too. So we'll see now to mock thanks so much for being here. Foss talk media. 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KROQ 1983 Top Songs 90-81

What Difference Does It Make

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KROQ 1983 Top Songs 90-81

"He's just encounters with people. Wherever you go who? WanNa start a podcast. Actually it's funny because I do when I tell people that I do a podcast like Oh you know what I always wanted to do. A podcast and I think I have a topic but I don't know how to get started. I'm like well. It's it's pretty easy because we use anchor and basically they send it out to apple and stitcher and they do it automatically and even if you want to add someone additional you can do that. Like an additional distributor. We've were now on Pandora and we are on Iheartmedia. It's great because of anchor. It allowed us to reach out to a wide audience. And by the way it's free it is free and it's simple to download and simple to use so just download the free anchor APP or go to anchor Dot F. M.'s. To get started so do it now. So guess what. Today's show is brought to you by audible. Audible is offering our listeners. A free audiobook with a thirty day. Trial membership just go to audible. Trial Dot com slash. Wdm podcast and browse the unmatched selection of audio programs. Download a free title and start listening. It is just that easy again. Just go to audible trial dot com slash W. Dam podcast and. You're totally set. Well Holo Holly Dave. What's going to ride? Well there's a lot going on. There's a lot going on. Twenty twenty is bringing A lot twenty twenty so far has been pretty Pretty full four. It's it's always somethin'. Everyone no one ever. Has Anyone ever said? Hey what's going on? And they said Oh. I'm just I'm bored. I got nothing to do. No nobody in the history of the world has ever said. Yeah says has to say so busy just things. It's just crazy so I know it's just perfectly busy. You know it's not it's not. Oh my God I'm so wrong but there is a a perfect lots of things to do. But you I will I will stick with that perfect a lot of things to do including part gas. Dig podcasting yeah. I hope I hope this is going to be a good help. Is going to be when I got to tell you. I'm I guess I'm putting a disclaimer on it which I didn't tell you this before right. Well first of all you're listening to the. What difference does it make podcast? Welcome to what difference does it make. Yeah I'm Dave. I'm holly alright so we do that though. We we didn't do that a I think we're kind of a jaded in that like everyone already knows who we are. Why even bother with this but yes our listeners. We podcast had We talk eighties music and fashion and pop culture. You really pushing this fashion thing. First of all I know nothing about fashion. I everything I've learned from you. Oh I don't think so you've contributed you've contributed you know with your ob shorts and Puka. Shell there's nothing that is not contributing to To to the process of fashion or whatever whatever's needs to be a fashion he stuff. Well I wouldn't call myself that but I you know it is very symbolic very There are things that you can pick out about fashion. That are so quintessentially eighties. Okay Yeah so we talk about that. Mostly we talked about the music and we do that by Going through the key rock playlist of songs that were played back in the eighties. So K rock is the renowned world. Famous K rock was the altar is still the alternative station. So right so we K- rock is still around but back in one thousand nine hundred back in the eighties. We were that's That's kind of the sweet spot. That's what we listened to that. Was that shape our upbringing. So we we're looking through We're going through the charts and we went through one thousand nine hundred eighty one eighty two. We're at one thousand nine hundred three. We aren't nineteen eighty-three. Yes and we're going to look at ten chunks. One Chunk of ten on one chunk of ten songs exactly and We kind of give a little fun facts or we've we've learned something about these songs. Sometimes we sometimes we remember some songs we don't and it's kind of fun to to look back on this list and I'm sure our listeners. Remember a number of the songs that we post on spotify. The ones that are available. Listen to the playlist. It's really fun and Dave. Add some extra little tidbits. Come up in conversation. If it's available okay. Can I just off the topic for a minute roughing off topic podcast or gay and see two things? I WanNa make a correction to One of our last episodes where I refer to my son as my oldest child. Oh and I forgot to take that off. That's probably what I was listening to. Well that's that's weird but no one knows that so I'll just let it go that he's actually my youngest. Didn't you say your oldest son? I think child because he is my oldest son. Because he's my own. I think that I think in my head I heard all the sun is like well. That's a weird way of saying it but okay. I'm going to let that go. Maybe it was old. Maybe it's what you wanted to hear the Chelsea say. I'm pretty sure she hasn't listened the said when she was on it. That's exactly no. She does listen she does and she's she's recommended me to meet us. The what difference does it make podcast to friends which is really cool. Okay so there's that that's my correction my son. Sam is actually seventeen and he is my youngest. And I'm putting the disclaimer on which I started to say earlier if I'm if I'm less than totally happy today is because I have started. This intermittent fasting. Oh and this is my first day so I haven't eaten yet this morning which I never go without eating in the morning. I just gave you some coffee at okay. Classes get coffees part conditioning. In it all right just like when you take a blood test. You can have coffee if it's black. How long have you fasting for? Let's intermittent fasting so I was brought out donuts for us this morning to start tomorrow to that. No it's it's it's eight hours. Eating and sixteen hours of fasting grow so. I stopped eating at eight last night so I can. I can start eating at noon today. Some we'll see how that works but that's not that I'm so hungry but I can't stop thinking about food because I'm not able to eat right. My apologies for mentioning donuts case. So that's it so now now read. Do you have any any disclaimers or anything like to share before? We dive into our fields. Okay there's a lot of personal information. Life is wonderful. Yes okay so we get this party started. Yeah okay so we're GONNA do ninety two eighty one from nine hundred. Eighty three key rock back Has the rock of the eighties and so they redid their playlist. We're going off the old school one. This one six point seven. This is right. This is what they played back in one thousand nine hundred three now. They have their rock of the eighties available that anyone can listen to HD radiant right And they made another list of the top eighty of each year so there were twenty seven songs. Twenty six point seven thanks. Yeah knocked off the list. Some songs are still on there. Some have been added on. I like to play this game with. This song is still on the list. Some of these songs from the top ten of the that we will go through might surprise you. How many how many fell off. How many fill off. Oh don't tell me I'm GonNa Guess I mean I guess as we go. Okay very good question. Let's start with number ninety. Go ahead I feel like at like at the Golden Globes were. I know they know who's supposed to answer the question. Sometimes there's a pause okay. It was number ninety. Was B movie with nowhere girl. Correct did you like do you like the son. Of course this song sounds like. Nineteen eighty-three Quintessential Nineteen eighty-three totally. Yeah it's really. It's like riding the pocket. Do you know that was originally released? In November nineteen eighty. A love song seemed to have been put out earlier in then rediscovered or maybe LA radio stations. Or you know they. They finally make their way overseas and You know they're picked up. This is a British band right now. Theory I mean they come out in one thousand nine hundred eventually. Some of this music finds its way in the record shops in the US imports. Someone will start to the discovers it that way and I think that might be the case in this This band be moving. Well what state. Then it was released in nineteen eighty two and it only got to number sixty seven in the UK. I don't even know if it turn it here Did it Dave? No it was actually. Yeah as I'm looking at this. It was just a single and it didn't even make it on an album until one thousand nine hundred five but Yeah they were on. And this wasn't even their biggest hip they had There was a song called Remembrance Day. That made it up to sixty one. Oh yeah so and when that was a hit then they re released nowhere girl it com. Yeah I mean you know. They got signed. They tried to tour and Nothing really clicked with them. Unfortunately it's a it's a great song though it's it's Kinda it's Kinda like that modern English is you know it's symbolic of the time. I mean the sound is is definitely of the time. Yeah Oh for sure. The Fun thing is Paul Strength Streatham. The guitarist shape pronouncing that right. Stephan Fun thing is Paul. Stay so all right so this guitarist and B. movie so this guitarist b-movie pastathon. He wrote a few songs. Did you see what T- wrote? Yes he struck gold with one song. It was die. Does first single called here with me. Yes he wrote that and That went on to sell twenty million copies so good on him. Yeah and he also wrote for Jim Kerr but I don't think he did quite as well with that. No you get you get a here with me. And then you're you're set for life. Yeah that was great. Yeah so he wrote Yeah he he did right. Jim Curry wrote with Peter Murphy. So it's nice. Yeah they they had careers after but then they actually released an album in two thousand sixteen. I did see that. And they recorded nowhere girl. Did you listen to it? I did not did you. Of course okay. And it's how is it? His voice is different is so twenty nine. That's funny where twenty movie. I mean like in Elton. John's voice got dropped down an octave. When you get older this guy is i. Don't know if they sped up vocal or something. But it's like how up inactive and I don't know it's not as it doesn't sound like is dark and foreboding or like deep voice that that cool devoid. It's just not. It's not the same like everyone. You listen to re record version. I mean instrumentally. It sounds about the same And but Yeah interest the original is always better. Yes so there. You go green okay. All right so eighty nine eighty nine x new world from more fun in the New World. GonNa fight red x. Yes. Let's back up. But he is nowhere girl on the current list. It is indeed number seventy four on the list. Oh yes it's moved up. Its moved up from ninety. Two seventy four continuing their only eighty. Yeah but that's good. I mean that's shows the you know. What a solid song. That is still beloved then People like to hear it Okay so now we okay. So now we go to number eighty nine XS. New World found more find in the new world. Yeah this yeah. This is a great song too but I I think the genius of this song is Were they they had the line. I think originally they were gonNA. Oh you do okay. It's you know in the lyric. They say was better before they voted for. What's his name originally? They were going to say he was better before they voted for Reagan. But now it's it's a timeless. Yes exactly I mean you could say that for sure. Everyone says the same thing for each and every president that That is coming on And I think that's that's that helps the song I'll along lot. There just makes it a timeless okay. Yeah so that's that's the genius of that Ever clever on their part. Yeah for sure I did get You know when I looked at the more. Finding the new world did you. Did you have this album? Yeah I bought it each and every X ALBUM. This is also has the the song breathless on it? Yeah so which is probably one of my favorite songs. Yeah it's great. I mean it's a they tear it up. It's a great cover so I as I go on Youtube. They they do a great version of of breathless on Letterman. And Yeah. It's phenomenal. I just I just almost screamed when I saw when they went into it but letterman interviews them beforehand and it's And I never knew this but apparently X. Seen I don't know how they know each other but But she was friends with me. We Herman like before they both broke. I don't know if they were. I saw somewhere on the On the Internet that they were roommates in Florida but there was nothing that I was. Look I did some cursory research to see if there was any mention of that but she mentioned that she knew she know. Paul reubens BEF- back in the day you know there are see the whole art scene. Maybe good now. He is pretty artsy guy. I Guess Yeah Maybe Oh yes craft horse. Yeah I saw one little blurb. It said that they were roommates in Florida and she convinced him to move to La. But I don't know if any of that is true and breathless is a great song and I can listen to that over and over and over again and so is so. No world is a good. It's great album. This is great. Did they play when you saw x? Recently did play Those songs they played and they played new world. Okay yeah and the next band okay. I'm excited about this. Because twenty twenty is going to be the year of sparks. There's a lot okay and it's this number. Oh by the way As we back up again he he is new world on the updated list now. Correct is not yeah ham to for to this week. Okay good good. All right so Yes number eighty eight sparks. All you ever think about sex. I love this song. It's hilarious. It sparks it's everything is his off Do you remember the in Outer Space Album? Cover show you the album cover just because it's funny. Yes I didn't but yes now I do. That's right Yeah Ron gets a Pie. In the face. Russell's standing there I wonder how many takes it took to get that correct fine for Both of them are really just for one of them. Sure yeah maybe they alternated. Who knows. I'll post the album. Cover may have forgotten. The IT'S A it's a great cover. Has All sparks albums are okay so yeah all you ever think about sex so again. This is k rock thing because it mentioned sex and he you know. Yeah Freddie sparks. Do you like to play? And he's talking to mentioned sex they 'cause 'cause we enjoyed all those songs 'cause we got so excited but I but they were so I mean they were so k rock anyway the ban not just yeah they just were. Another quintessential Karaoke banned from the eighties was going to mention. The you know the lyrics because that that's just went on about all the places they've had S- experts you know. Think about the places. We've had our little fun in the church at Christmas busted by that. None Museum beneath the Mastodon stating our positions on the White House lawn. You ever think about is sex all you ever think about exclusively are you thinking about is sex all right with me. You don't remember the dodgers and the mets and Oh father came home the assist I wrote. Yeah of course there's more why go through the whole lyric but it kind of ends where it's it's just sex. It's nothing more. It's like world of lovers. We don't love each other much factors. Were too busy to love each other much. Yep So strictly strictly physical. It's all right with me so we've talked about them before. I know because you're a big Fan yes. I'm a fan beer being talk about other things. That sparks are up to them so excited. Oh Yeah but wait. I want to say we have talked about this before before you talk about their future. Okay what I love is that they that they get along that they get along really well as opposed to other. Yes is brothers. Do as far as I can tell. They collaborate continuously and There's there's no animosity and they like each other okay. Here's another another fact that I'm wondering is a fact that I I found. Do you think this is true? They tried to poach. Brian May to join their touring band before before he got famous with Queen. I'm sure those areas around the time of propaganda says we approached him and he pondered it but it probably worked best for both smoker. I don't think it would have been a long lasting relationship style. Probably wouldn't have been a right thing for us but we believe that I believe it onto percents. Okay you WanNa tell me what's coming on this farmer so things to be excited about There's a movie called a net. It's going to be a musical starring Adam driver and Marion Cotillard. How you see your last. Okay this is starring Adam driver. Marion Cotillard the film tells the story of a provocative stand up comedian played by driver and his wife. World-famous soprano they're glamorous life takes an unexpected turn when their daughter and that is born a girl with a unique gift. Yeah so they've got that There's a documentary directed by Edgar Reitz. That's coming out exciting. And of course there's a new album so you're a sparks going to be a good year. I think so twenty. Yes so good on sparks. And hopefully this'll I'm very excited about Florida in on every one of these projects. Maybe we just do a spark special or we could get the Ron and Russell. How Fun of okay? So is this song on the updated list. I love the song and I want it to be but I'm guessing it's not. Those correct is not on the list. there's GonNa be another song off this album that That might be on the list. That's what I'm guessing okay fell. This is as good a time as any to take a break. So we'll be right back. You've been happy with anchor. Haven't you anchor has been great? It's been really easy. Yeah it's free to use great and they and they have all the tools I mean you can do it. You can record edit it right on your phone or your computer super simple we record it. And then we uploaded it to anchor and then they do all the work because of anchor it allowed us to reach out to a wide audience. And by the way it's free it is free and it's simple to download and simple to use so just download the free anchor APP or go to anchor dot. Fm to get started so do it now. The welcome back. To what difference does it make All right here we go number number. Eighty seven got. I Have Aztec camera oblivious. I love this. I love all these songs. I this is crazy. I obviously a fan. I mean if K rock in Nineteen eighty-three Goodyear I was all in on this. Pant I bought the album about these. I thought Roddy frame was going to be the next big thing yet. Our primary I loved love dishonored oblivious. I and I thought Yeah I found like the next big rocks. Yeah because I really. I had never heard anything like that. It was but you know I don't know I don't know why it appealed to me so I guess 'cause he was he was young he I mean he was nineteen when this came out. Oh Wow yeah the Alma highland in high rain. Yeah they'd six albums and this wasn't even their biggest hit. Yeah we had Yeah somewhere in. My heart was number three. They did a duet with Mick Jones Good Morning Britain which was number nineteen in the UK. A made up to The Rock Charts Up to number twelve. They are the song of the crying scene which made up to number three in one thousand nine hundred eighty on the rock charts which we won't talk about nineteen ninety. Yeah we're not there yet. We're nowhere near that. Maybe in our sequel to the nineteen eighty two ready frame. I think reminded me of the Bay city rollers. And you know I was a huge fan Roy. Well he's Scottish. Rodney Scott. Maybe that's funny. I never even thought of that. Yeah you just the way it was for me. I think it was like something I had never heard before it was acoustic. But there was something Something different about that. Set the musical it the musicality of it. It's just different. He did a great cover. I think later I think the next thing they put out an EP and there was a cover of the van. Halen song jump on there just an acoustic song really. Oh yeah never heard jumped yeah. It's kind of fun. Okay keep moving along. Oh is back in Of course I'm backing up. Is this song on the charts. Yes okay that is correct. It is on the charts number seventy three four fork job all right here. We go number. Eighty six stone cold classic. It is this is something unique and are so cool okay. Rock was playing at the time. This is Malcolm McLaren's Buffalo Gals. This is a great Song Malcolm McLaren I mean. He went to New York and Canada discovered what scratching was all about and brought it to the UK and yeah created this amazing this amazing song. Did you see WHO Who did the scratching on this? I did Trevor Horn. Yeah one of our favorites. Yes when favourite producers. Yeah you know. It's funny though whenever I think about when the song came up and I was you listening and I can't help but think about new cherry in buffalo stance. Yeah I listen to it last night but I asked for the first time in a long time and I love that Song. It is amazing. It's delegates yeah. I mean it's super even though it came in one thousand nine hundred ninety. It looks like it. Looks like eighty ninety era. Tell everything yeah everything you they go. Pops Oregon Eighty nine ninety that's and she's Gerald's Buffalo Stance Yeah Mark McLaren Buffalo Gals reached number nine. The UK is still on the K. Rockets not it is on the list number. Seventy two some four for five but good on good on Freddie for playing the song introducing an alley audience to Something that was just tired. You know just of that of a magic kill. The artists influenced by. Yeah I mean some of these things were obvious. I mean would play. Yeah I I mean when you look at this list you get your b movie and you get your ex and of course you're going to play that and then all of a sudden you hear something like Buffalo Gals like I don't know. Is this a k rock side and at the time like exist something that the audience wants to hear and they did? And we'll there's A. There's a few other socks like off did on K. Rock for playing this and I know they were. They were stepping into. The future was great. It was good good for all of us to the depth that we got exposure to this music. I wonder if he knew that at the time how future how how. I mean impact. It was going to have on us. We'd be sitting here in two thousand twenty twenty. I'm sure I'm sure. He did. Like a sideway tilted the head like what is this? Good stuff Okay so let's move on to number eighty five And this is something I do not remember this at all. It's very weird that you down. I don't okay. It's Peter Godwin babies in the mountains. Yes I don't remember the song I didn't remember I didn't think I remembered it and then I played it and of course I remember it. Did you see her and I did not remember my Gosh h? Roy. Remember it but I wonder how big was it was a bigger hit as a dance. Remix apparently yes. I don't know why I'm sure I heard it at the time but didn't stick with me. I don't know why that is I. Did I remembered remembered liking it but I. I'm not sure I mean it was catchy. But I'm not sure why. And as far as K rock picking up on it it can see it. And I cannot see. I articulate this but it was good and enjoyable. Ready all played this because Peter was in this other band called Metro. Were you familiar with them no? I don't remember them. Okay yeah and I do a little bit. So yeah they had. It was a duo. It was in this band that put out an album. Nineteen Seventy nineteen seventy seven with dunkin' Brown and their big hit was criminal world okay And was banned from the BBC playlist Doodoo sexual content. But the reason I mentioned this Song Criminal World Do. Does that sound familiar? Were you guys because David Bowie covered it? He did on. Let's dance doesn't amazing job. Yeah so there's there's your nineteen eighty-three connection. Did you look at the lyrics of now? We're going to jump no world. Did you look at the lyrics of Of Criminal World to see because you see it was bad from the BBC playlists due to sexual content. Like immediately. I I know about your special kisses and I know you know where that's at another lyric. Show you where to shoot your gun. She's Another one I saw. You kneeling my brother's door. That was no ordinary stick up. And that's it. I mean those I mean it's it's all suggestive. It's not blatant let's BBC public radio. They have to stick adhere to strict standards. I guess so listening to Bowie version of I mean he just hearing his version knocks out of the park. Of course. It's great and Stevie Ray Vaughan Playing Guitar Solo on that. I mean it was. That's that's great baby in the mountains. Mount for me but yeah but it's okay and is this on the updated list now. I don't think so. It is on the updated list. This is number seventy one and not much that surprises me. Apparently means more to than it does to US I. It's it's a nice song. It's it's it's on there no sparks but Peter Godwin. Okay so now. Let's move on to number eighty four. Howard devoto rainy okay. What do you think of this? I like the song I always liked the song. I must have fallen asleep during this time because I these two songs do not stick with me. It's very it's weird I didn't even realize that. Howard devoto was in the buzzcocks. I mean it was just well. He was just you just play. He did He sang on their debut. Ep He left the band of former magazine. Yeah so I think that's why never heard of Howard devoto for me. I mean I guess. A magazine was one of those bands like the buzzcocks. Houston influential banned in the UK. Did you ever see the movie? Twenty four hour party people. No I never watched. That is a mistake if you ever want to watch. It's a great that you would love that. Yeah I know and I don't know why I missed it and read the the wikipedia description of it as not where I got my information today. Howard devoto was in twenty four hour party people. It's just. It's a film about the factory records. It was yeah. Yeah so in. His Cameo devoto appears as a janitor cleaning and cleaning a men's toilet while actor Martin Hancock who portrays devoto is having a tryst with the wife of Promoter journalist Tony Wilson. The real life devoto breaks the fourth wall by addressing the camera and stating in Deadpan. I definitely don't remember this happening. So okay I am. I am going to watch it. But you'd like the song I like this on. Yeah I liked it a lot. Okay yes this song on the K Rock updated list knowing that Peter Godwin baby in the mountain the update. I'm going to say it is not how my God I am. I was on our draw. There yeah so anyway Yeah this was number. Eighty four on the the old list. Howard bodos rainy season and fell off. The top fell off and to be forgot. How which apparently I did you did. I did not. I am telling you I liked this this this chunk of ten songs. Okay these are great shirts including including this one which I am admitting now number. Eighty THREE IS RICK O. Cossack some give me something to grab for. I did not remember it until I listened to it. Okay I remember. Oh yeah I remember the video more than the song. I think this is shows. You how prolific Rick was because he you know he's putting out all these music from the cars and then he's like you know what I I have A. I won't put out solo record. Yeah well billboard called it one of his best solo songs. Okay I mean it sounds like the cars. Yeah well. It's hard not to I. I liked the song I remembered. It wasn't a big hit. This woman reached number forty seven on the billboard charts. You played on it no. Please tell me Jill. Sheer okay is I'm sure rick had a lot of good friends to call up and play with the album called. Yes but go ahead you tell me how to say beat? A TUDE is attitude attitude. I think it's beat a Tude but now that I'm saying it out loud and and the his explanation of it it's Kinda like the Beatles. Yeah is it so it? The title is pronounced. Beat a Tude which is connection of the words beat an attitude which is probably why you we feel like it should be called beatitudes from what I can everything. I looked at said it. It's pronounced beaded worker. It's an image to the to the Nineteen Fifties Poetry magazine which included stuff by Allen. Ginsberg the nineteen ninety-seven Geffen CD. Issue of this album has the title misprinted on the disk and they added a you so it looks like beauty. Tude that's unfortunate takes really changes the meaning. Did you watch the video? I did watch the video. Yeah it's the woman getting out. There are dressing up getting ready for a night out on the town. Rick is being creepy and just kind of staring at her really rick. This is what you wanted to. He's going at being creepy. Oh you uh I think he's gotTa look you know. I don't know for some reason. Mysterious mysterious creepy. It's being tomato. No refer to recco Catholic as creepy all right all right Is this song on the updated. K Rock list correct on the updated list. All right all right Okay so let's move on to a song. Actually we mentioned this in her. New Year's eve show grandmaster flash furious five white lines. Don't do it base freeze rock. Whoa this is so great. I mean this song I mean obviously it's urging listeners not to do it but I think people actually associated back in the day with doing it. I didn't Army I was I was just a kid. Roller Skating to the song. Yelling Free Bays had no idea that it was based because it starts with that. Base SOUTH DO base. Yeah Hey did you like Duran. Duran's version of it. No No. It's horrible now. It is not terrible. Terrible saga she burns and never thought of again not true. Okay agree to disagree. Is this song on the updated list. No question it is. Of course it is. Yeah of course it is because it is Number seventy now on this on the updated list maybe was up even further Great Song. Kudos to Freddie for for playing a rap song on Avenue. Rock you can't do that today. No one would play a rap song. I mean you know I think probably eminem might have been the last one to be played on K rock. I don't think there's any like rappers on no kidding everybody up in arms if you played you know late something. Classic Wrap Lake like tone LoC played. Actually they might have placed on Iraq. I think. Everyone's in their own lanes now so all right so let's originally. We know that that was number seven on the updated list. Okay we're GONNA end our episode at number eighty one What are you got a seagulls wishing parentheses? If I had a photograph of you merce. What a wonderful song. All right I mean come on. It's it's it's pretty brilliant. It's got to be on the list right. I this is on the list. Okay number sixty nine okay. Good I mean it was. We've talked about the team. Why they were gay. Rock was playing besides from Eagles. They were huge at the time turns. It looks like this is the last we will. As I looked on wikipedia they. They had some quotes. I think from all music. They quoted saying song exemplifies. Synth pop's spaced out. Loneliness Yearning for imagined absence lovers and is noted for its wall of sound style layer of synthesizer padding a multi layered hypnotic song description. Yes I agree it's You know you listen to. It still sounds present. You know like of of today. I think it's just a brilliant produce Song I love. I love everything about that song. Now you can say that about a lot I do. I love the song in particular but you can say that about most of their music just the sound the sound that they created. Yeah so yeah. They were huge. And I don't know what you know. Unfortunately I'm sure maybe artistic differences or whatever and her or who knows and you never heard I you know. I think there's a lot of potential with the band. Just based on this one song it was. Kinda like listening to be movie. Something there for it just it was just lightning struck for singles at it struck a number of times this was their biggest hit in the UK. Was it ten. Yeah okay here. I only went to twenty six. This is very funny because you don't think of. This is a mainstream rock song but it went up to number three in the US on the mainstream rock charts. Really why? I wonder what that says about the time this song. 'cause this is yeah that surprises me. Yeah but Flock Eagles. Also another quintessential eighties band. Yeah I I agree and I I mean when I hear those singles are. They had a lot of great sound. I'm still I don't know I thought it could go on longer. Based on what you know just hearing those songs song about a real person in fact sure it was my score says it was the eve of our first trip we ever took to American. I met a girl we went out for the night and I didn't want to forget her so I said we're going on tour and I'll be back. I'd like to get a photograph of you if I could get one. And she said No. Because you're going to go on to be famous and you'll forget me this'll rifts and went ahead. Some time I was thinking about that. I started singing the words I was thinking too. That riff in wishing was born. That's brilliant. Yeah I love that. That's a great story. I love that I want to know who the girl is. But she's immortalized in the song better than a photograph. Yeah exactly which he doesn't have right. Okay so there you go got ten songs. Now we what we do the The quiz let's Thing the eight Music Trivia Quiz book or the Nineteen Eighties Quiz deck and. I think that I am going to ask you the questions again. I can never remember now. We said we were GONNA try not good about that. They get this out. No who had a hit with the song woman in Love in nineteen eighty here supplier lost and left so Barbara streisand women. That's Barbara streisand. Yes okay count. That's wrong zero for one. Madonna released the song like a prayer in which year eighty six eighty seven? Eighty nine per Like prayer oh it was eighty nine. Good Yeah I'm one fourteen. I'm remembering where I was. At the time I was graduating college in New York and doing all that stuff and she was selling Pepsi. Yeah I think that you're went to Anaheim stadium to see her. I was later. Yeah that that show. Oh I missed you. I mean hundred thousand people. Great Show yes. It was who had a hit in one thousand nine hundred eighty with the song Africa. Toto very good toto to cheer for three which of these albums by stevie wonder was released in nineteen eighty eight hotter than July. Be The woman in Red Sea in square circle. Harlan July. Very Good Jaman. Oh yeah yeah yeah all right okay. Number five the song where the streets have no name was a song released by which group Were the other choices are foreigner and Van Halen? Okay let's go with you to guess which of these is not a song released by the Group. Wham A. Hello yes. That's not very. Will the other choices were? I'm your man and careless. Whisper good song okay. I'm your man. I haven't heard that one in a long time. Oh it's on my playlist dummy running play Nice okay. Keeps you moving? If you'RE GONNA do it do it right. Yeah who had success in nineteen eighty six with the song. Why can't this be love? Oh Van Hagar very good okay. Which of these songs is not a single released by the Human League. Turn a human be. Don't you want me see holiday- holidays you have to check that? Who had six pan? You've at the easy ones. Oh stop it. Who had success in one thousand nine hundred six with the song notorious? Let's Deron very good drawn drum which song by the group survivor has a chorus that contains the phrase rising up to the challenge of our rival tiger. They seem we seem to get a lot of survivor questions on this. I'm looking forward to our book that we're going to put out a trivia quiz book. I think we need to start working on that. All right so nine for ten as an a you get an Jalen. Oh well there's music you're really good at this all right. Well I try All right so now there we go. That's what difference does it make the podcast. Yes We're what's our social media where we got. How do you follow us? Follow us on twitter. W D D I M podcast on instagram. Check US out. 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"Grumpy old geeks a weekly talk show hosted by brian chu meister and jason phillip discussing the finer points of what went wrong on the internet and and who's to blame welcomed grumpy gigs jason filipo and i'm brian shaw mr ryan guess what episode it is what episode three sixty nine and you know what that means since i'm just a kid <hes> if you guys are really us us what number we thinking sixteen just because just because you know i'm worth worryingly interested in the follow up to that movie. I cannot wait for that sequel. I know i know it's weird. It's just a silly comedy and it's thirty some odd years old old if not more than that but i'm very excited i know i just i. Here's the deal. I don't think it can be bad well. I've said that about many many anything's and boy does the world like prove me wrong. Well yeah yeah me so. I think you're right yeah. How could new star wars possibly go bad well. We've got a little bit of follow up here. I saw this article and i had to laugh because it is what it is and that's what we've been talking about a lot recently. Do tech accompanies really need to snoop into private conversations to improve their a._i. Yes yes they do. This is better his love headline breaking headline. That's right right well. The argument in the article is that they could probably do it other ways but it's considerably more expensive and that humans are the cheapest and most possible way to do this according according to meredith whitaker co founder and co director of the nonprofit a._i. Now institute so it's easier to use people a._i. As people still people salespeople beautiful and we talked about the kerfuffle with everybody snooping in on your ladies and the tubes and whatnot and microsoft was called out last week for skyping open cortana and instead of doing what everybody else did which is shut the programs down or figure out how to do an opt in or opt out microsoft just said screw you guys we're putting in our privacy policy and you can suck dick basically and again as i've been saying. This is the only way to make these products better right now. There is no oh a i. It doesn't exist. It's people making sure that these things are working and training them and getting them to the point where they don't need to listen anymore but it's gonna be a long long time. We're not there yeah. I think it's funny though that both of us are like oh microsoft will do the right thing. They'll do the right thing and i guess the right thing was well. The the right the right thing is do you want us to keep working on this product and you want us to keep making it better because if you do this is what we're going to have to do or you could still opt out because you know if i'm making take a top secret clearance and i'm making skype calls to somebody who also has top secret clearance. You could think that you had a reasonable degree of privacy on on that call but i would hope if you were somebody high up in the military that you had top secret clearances. You're not using skype. Yeah well go back and listen to george karl jordan harvard yours talk derby cod about people with top secret clearances and how dumb they actually can be no okay well this one i thought the l._a. Eight times and i'm like okay slow news day. It's netflix is biggest binges. Get hit with higher internet costs and this is another one from the first year that we've been talking about. It's like okay. You've been more you pay more because now everybody has caps yup so like file this one under no shit sherlock. Okay you have this much bandwith and you want to watch stuff that uses that bandwidth well either be responsible and check your usage or pay. I am bill and shut up yeah exactly okay. I agree we did we did actually talk last week about how podcast might get music doc in their shows and there was there was the press release the exchange teams with podcast music dot com to connect labels music publishers and podcasters with new licensing housing service now brian. You have something to say about this i did. I looked into this because i you know i'm like all right. I believe i said that there's no way in hell this. This is rolling out anytime soon in the way that they're promoting it or that. They are kind of consciously making us thinking about it. Because if you hear this you go oh great well i can sign on up with the service and i can go get a riyan song and use it for the theme for my podcast. No you f- in kansas no you can't because what they actually have available global are basically sound effects cd roms. I checked it out there. Seven hundred and twenty six seven hundred twenty six thousand six hundred sixty three tracks which sounds is really impressive until you realize you can get twenty thousand tracks onto an old sound effects cd rom and that is the vast majority of their catalog at the moment is sound effects cd roms. It is licensed little little beds of music you can you can you can buy these things anywhere all the time everywhere and when you buy them you all the rights to them yeah now. Are you sure that this is kicked in on their site or is this just the old pod music site. I don't know maybe maybe there's more stuff coming but if you put out this press release that makes it sound like you can do major labels and music publishers and i log in and i look at it and i go through all the tracks and i see no major labels at all and no songs may have jumped the gun on that press release. They may have jumped the gun on that press release so we shall see what happens but i'm ninety nine point nine nine nine nine nine nine percent positive you will not be getting taylor swift tracks anytime soon. It's going to be more and more of this stuff and they're taking you know you can fill out. If you're a music producer meaning. If you just sit there and write little beds here and there you can put your own stuff up there just like millions of other sites that are out there right now as well so as anybody going to vet it because we had this problem to remember we talked about this problem where there was a producer who was putting stuff up that basically just took the trent reznor bit and tweaked it a little bit and put it up and then that became part of a major hit song and you know are they going to vet all these things that are being uploaded to them. Well no of course not so there. We go all right so it's just another. They're stuck service. That does the same thing that it's always been doing okay in sticking to the podcast things for one second here because this is relevant to our listeners pandora has has jumped into the podcasting realm and said hey. We want your podcast on pandora so i went to filling out the forms. I'm like okay. I listen to pandora during the day. I'm never going to podcast on it but hey if wants to. They can yes the internet theory be everywhere. Yeah well not ought not on pandora knows i read the actual terms of use i know shocking it is shocking i read the terms of us and they're just so broad in the regards with what they can do with our content meaning they want in a revocable license in perpetuity with the ability to archive and modify our content. Do you remember a long time. I am ago and we will not mention who they were. When we joined up with a one particular podcasting log talkradio farm yes and the initial contracts that they sent us this was about basically the same thing you know in perpetuity throughout the known universe and beyond we will own everything that you've ever done if you anywhere near a microphone we get it. Yes it until zanu comes home. I remember that and i remember brian. You just happen to have a lawyer is a wife and she got out the marker and when scripps scrape scrape scrape scrape yeah took us. I think it took longer to get the contract negotiations. We were actually in the network. Yes yeah oh yeah when we got screwed by loot crates. That was pretty much the end of that deal. You're anyway so i let me let me get back to where we were because it's probably around the dynamic ad insertion why they the ability to archive and modify the content if you sign up for dynamic ad insertion but in the in the in terms of usage should say if you decide to use dynamic ad insertion we will have the ability to archive and modify your content notes so here's the other thing dynamic ad insertion will never be on this show. Never never i'm saying never because sponsorships they're vetted by us and they're the only way advertisers. There's a getting on the show period but i'm sure there's gonna be some a._i. Dynamic ad insertion at some point which will be guaranteed to our our listeners well yes that came out this morning when you follow him on twitter of course but anyway if you hear an ad on our show ever that is not read by us then just let us know because somebody's ripping us off off and we would like to we we don't make very much money on this so they're not gonna make any money but if they have it we want it back so and and as as far as pandora goes there's enough venues out there where you can get this show so and who the hell's gonna use pandora for podcasts anyway in the news they have different of the show chris for lock cintas the story via email and said yes once again. You guys nailed fielded going right back to it again. As people this is over at the wall street journal started boom raises questions of exaggerated tech savvy the lion lying so this is in particular the stories about the one startup called engineer dot a._i. Now they have dot a._i. Domain so so obviously they must have special intelligence so they say that use artificial intelligence technology to automate the development of mobile apps but several current and former employees say the company is exaggerating its capabilities to attract customers and investors. It's more than an exaggeration because as you get into this you find out that they are basically using app farms in in india which are people yep and and as we've talked about before you know what the state of a._i. If i said my right my app to be developed by an a._i. To new mobile development set it off to india. The result is pretty much the same. You're going to get a nonworking at back here soclean as yeah so they've done. A deep dive on this wall street journalist talked to a bunch of people they do not use a._i. To assemble code for apps as it's claimed they i do rely on human engineers in india and elsewhere to do most of the work and that it's a i- claims are inflated even in light of the fake it till you make it mentality common among tech startups yeah. This is the world that we are now. They're only starting to build. The technology needed to automate at building the last two months. The person familiar with the company's operations said adding the company was more than a year away from being able to use any a i for its core service however they put a in their name because they get funding. I was gonna say there are some really pissed off. Venture venture capitalists that read this rendering story. They're like hormonally really are they because if they're even if you're a venture capitalist with a grain of fuckin- integrity or or brains to you know that this is all lies <hes>. How many v._c._r.'s have you done none. I've done at least fifty fifty of them and yeah it does run the gamut from holy shit. This guy is the smartest person in the world to how are you alive. Ah yes well speaking about companies that lie. Let's talk a bit about we work because they were trying to public. Yes this week. They released paperwork to go public. <hes> they tried to defend a whopping forty seven billion dollar valuation which is multiples larger than it would be if it were just considered a real estate company like its main competitor i w you g but they are saying. They're much more than a real estate company. Even though all they do is real estate their tech company because they are innovative and flexible and they're much better than regular real estate company which is tough argument to make because a ideology has substantially more square footage more customers and has has actually made a profit in its market cap is just eight percent of what soft bank's latest funding round things we worth is work and it is worth pointing out that has not made any money they are operating at a huge loss losing nine hundred million in the first half of twenty nine thousand nine. You are a deuce bag but there are tech company. Yes so basically they're just trying to push this. We're a tech company by using the word tech one hundred twenty three times in its public filing. That's more the video calling software company zoom which is actually a tech company did and it's twenty nine thousand nine profiling but less than uber did which is another company company that has to contend with arguments that is basically a taxi company and as the article points out space as a service does not a software company make nice nice. Now i found another one about we work over at the verge and this is by elizabeth lepanto. I love elizabeth lobato. She just tears the <hes> the s one filing apart and they she posted the org chart and she says this is the plan structure for the week company after its i._p._o. As it appears in a test one form i try to explain in it but i don't understand what the fuck is happening and she says she goes on to say there are two ways. The company makes money from people paying fees delice's shit yet in from sponsorships and ticket sales for events <hes> so i didn't even know we work was an event company to buy. I'm sure they lease out their spaces. For events right. <hes> could be could be this whole thing comes down to the guy behind it. The guy behind it is a total loon. Oh you think i mean we've been talking about. We we worked for quite a while because remember they they were trying to spin off into like seventy thousand different things as well yeah yeah that's why they learn and yeah yeah but this guy is like he's as a piece of work digging and read about this guy because he is. He's basically a giant thief. I mean this guy is going to go down. Go down hard or become president you you know or or become president. That's right in so many tweeted something this morning. That was even funnier. They're like part of part of one of the deals they have is. We work has to like over the next x a years donate one billion dollars to charity and how are you going to donate a billion dollars when you don't make any money which is the question of this show these days none. Do these companies make any money. All they do is lose money no well. This isn't about losing money but this is about probably losing your job u._p._s. Ventures invests in self driving trucking startup now right. I mean they're they're in for the long. Haul are often are on <hes> but the thing about it that caught my eye was the name of the startup is too simple inc t you simple inc now i i want my self driving truck to be to get his hard inc xactly holy shit. Have you seen how this has to work inc yeah so oh man could you at least have them rebrand. I mean this is almost as bad as what can brown do for. Are you know that was not a good one either. Look there's only so worried about this guy that i can be because as we've always discussed with self driving cars it is going to be years years and years and years. They always make it sound like it's just around the corner. I'm more worried about the trucks. I think that's gonna take even longer because i think that no. I think that's going to take less time because freeways razer pretty basic when you're in a city with lots of people running around it gets more difficult. I think you know the tech is easier but the god please lift there'd be legislation education and rules and regulations because i'm going to be super worried about an a._i. Truck carrying you know ten twenty thousand tons of stuff barreling rolling down the freeway while i'm just driving by my b._m._w. Well we talked. The can't remember how many episodes ago there there has been a run where a beer truck ran for a couple of hundred miles on the freeway with no interaction from the dude in the back. I will make exceptions for beer. That's true if that thing tips over and spills. I've okay with that. Oh my god yeah. I think is a budweiser truck. <hes> i am trying to lose weight. Well google employees oy is have this. Here's another one they refused to be complicit in border agency cloud contract and this is a new petition from people inside of google saying no stop stop working with u._s. Customs and border protection. Let me just a quick lesson. In language google employees refusing to be complicit not signing. A fucking petition refusing to be complicit means quitting. That's about it so here's the thing though if they can keep their jobs and make google stop it that's fine but they need to have the courage of their convictions to walk out. The door of google says no. We're going to keep doing it. Yes that's that's eight hundred and ten google irs fifty eight supporters have signed on as of this morning think i am looking forward to hearing the report about the eight hundred and ten google's quitting their jobs. Yes never going to happen. The new eight hundred and ten facebook irs yeah now. I've got a story about why away again because i know one of our listeners in particular things that we don't cover them enough and here's some interesting stuff fresh on the heels of you've hey. We would never do any spying come on u._s._a. Let us back in with our technology. Even though you kind of caught doing spying well there's some more spying going on yep why wait technologies the world's largest telecommunications company which dominates african markets and assault security tools that government's digital surveillance and censorship in that country you have been helping them spy on political opponents by breaking encrypted communications social media and using data track their whereabouts yeah. They swear that they're not doing it though he's you surprised they have never been engaged in hacking activities say why waste spokesman in a written statement we completely reject these unfounded inaccurate allegations against and start business operations. Our internal investigation shows clearly that while waiting employees have not been engaged in any of the activities alleged. We have neither the contracts nor the capabilities to do so except except they do okay now. Let's let's put this in perspective here. Because have you heard of the great firewall of china. I have yeah guess who built that we did we did yeah yeah. Cisco is all over that thing so. I don't see china banning cisco. I don't know how this is. Go is gonna be interesting what is going to go to. I think what is really going to come down to is the fact that oh shit. We can't make five g. transmitters but while we can and we would i'd like to have five g. Because of your these please yeah. Can i borrow a cup of five g. Because it's interesting i was i i forget what articles i read so many articles this week but it was actually a podcast i think but they were talking about why we need five g. in the city's just for the self driving cars alone yeah because there's so much data. That's going to be required to make sure you don't die exactly and you. I guess each connection point handle. One million connections yeah five jeez pretty impressive impressive stuff. I'd like to see a rolled out but without the little chinese spying bits in there yeah well you gotta you gotta give to get brian. You gotta history. That's true well don't we. That's what we all do now. Every all the companies get everything and we get very little in return because with all that free bandwith they have they can easily send everything back to china in jesus a._t. And t. and t. mobile have started working together on shaken and stir. You know the new acknowledgee. That's supposed to stop caller i._d. From being spoofed <hes> so they're they're coming together. They're shaking hands so we'll see we'll see <hes> verizon. They started back in march in development back in march sprint said it's going to do the same thing but hey look. They're starting. They're starting the east because basically the only phone calls. I get any more from my own number. I let those yeah. I don't get those anymore but i swear it ever ever. Since you know everybody's been talking about robocalls or so bad robocalls or so bad my volume has tripled minds up minds up again. It was down for a while and then i'd say within the last two weeks. It's really kicked back up again. Yeah and i'm using that a._t. And t. like fraud alert system <hes> so it tells me it's like you know spam spam caller or possible fraud alert and i'm like why don't you just like not at this point. I just just don't answer my phone text. I saying somebody needs to talk to me about something. That's or if it's somebody i know. It's going to be pretty hard for them to you know spoof if somebody i know unless they've cracked my machine downloaded my contact list or bought my contact list from somebody else who has slurped in you know here. Okay never mind. We're screwed. He's your dog slowing down a little having skin issues through digestive problems top veterinarian gary richter reveals. These aren't just signs of getting older their own dog. Food might be to blame c. Many dogs lack aca vital nutrients and may even contain harmful ingredients that could damage your dogs health. Yes even if the food is labelled organic premium or natural. It's unfair but don't worry. Dr richter used his twenty years of veterinary experience to find a solution. It's an easy way to get your dog the nutrients they need to thrive every single day without out even changing their food just by adding this one thing your dog's food you can support their immunity digestion in help their skin and coat health that way your dog. I can live healthier and live better to find out what these healthy ingredients are. Just watched the video it healthy dog dot com again. That's healthy dog the number three dot com. Your dog will thank you security. We're back this week with david bittner from the cyber wire podcast the cyber warriors of free community driven cybersecurity news service based in california no way maryland davis also co hosted the hacking humans podcasts along with joe kerrigan where they take on social engineering dave. Have you back here. Well thank you. It's good to be back. <hes> it's been a good busy week of security stuff and i'm looking forward to sharing it all with you guys. Why don't we start off with the hack of the week. We should have some kind of wacky morning. Zoo sound effect or something definitely. Where's your sound ped- head jason. Let me see here looking forward today. I want to hear any fucking ship and i don't give a shit wrong. That's the wrong word. Maybe this one. You know it's funny. I was actually thinking thinking slide. Whistle goes <hes> <hes> all right so this company is called bio star to know news what happened by star one on biometrics marxist managed by a security company suprema and they use fingerprints and facial recognition technology to give authorized individuals access to buildings are are used by banks by the u._k. Police and events company says well they've suffered a major data breach revealing the fingerprints of more than one million people as well as unencrypted passwords facial recognition ignition information and other personal data who could have seen this coming manson for you to go change your pass for shit james that change change your face change of fingerprints. Yeah not good not good. No two things come to mind here. One is what you just pointed out that you can't change your your biometrics information. That's forever <hes> but also this is. I think one of the hazards of when you have a whole lot of different organizations relying hang on a common vendor nip for a service that if that vendor screws up then the potential damage could be huge which i think the government be the vendor. Shouldn't the government be the one that's writing the software. Keeping the data free-market capitalism free market we wouldn't trust is the government with this. I don't know i mean that that is one of the promises of the cloud right is is higher security that they're by by aggregating it. All you have more security people keeping an eye on. Everything and i don't know task almost any actress in hollywood if they agree with that statement i oh i don't know that it's not true overall but <hes> as a greater risk greater reward. I don't know at this this stuff of keeps happening and they say this <hes> the service here is used by one point five million locations around the world yeah pretty crazy right and i do wanna make an actual israel. I want to correct myself. This is not really a hack because once again it was a database that was publicly available right there. We go right. Yes oh negligence negligence again <hes> anti eh regulations here. Do we need <hes>. I always think there should be regulations. No no no shouldn't this company. Basically put out of business is this by g._d._p. Are well bios threes spinning up as we speak when in doubt a big red button on the desktop says shit rebrand well. I mean think about how much the damage actually really is to to these people now because you you'd imagine okay you you <unk> have high classified clearances a lot of these people and now your fingerprints all your biometric security stuff is inherently flawed moving forward. Can you even and do your job anymore. <hes> because you've been compromised i worry about the poor cat burglars. Write it out. They wear gloves and now their fingerprints are the world. What are they gonna do well. I mean we we had this what years ago here in the u._s. With the opium breach <hes> plenty of people. I know who have security clearances dances had all of that data which i believe includes fingerprints was compromised and they've still got their clearances. Just the different world yeah that reminds me the the the <hes> reminds me. The bio star thing reminds me of back in the day. A on the benny hill show he had fred scuttle had a rocket ship that would take him to the moon and it was called the indestructible too. I thought it's something i thought it was something really evil that some of these people could do if they if they're still pimping the data on the dark web shuffle the fingerprint data in all the rows in the table and then give him sell it out that way or the facial recognition data shuffle it and then put it out there so you know it's not now now when harry met sally is when harry is sally scans fingerprinting. The picture pop sounds like circuit. I see some i._d. And it doesn't match <hes>. I wonder if lifelock lock protects you against these sorts of things well but i mean that's a really good point. That doesn't get a lot of attention which is not just the theft of data <hes> not just <hes> the security of data but the integrity of data which is if someone gets into a database and starts charts monkeying around with things. How do you know how do you verify. How do you confirm that the data that's in there is the correct data data. That hasn't really messed with well hopefully you can i mean if you found out about the breach you can go back through the logs most databases log automatically for select not selected. They never logged for selects but they do for inserts and updates. You can go back through and there's what i mean. If it's your company find you've been breached. If only the stuff was on the blockchain does a log. The logs basically is the blockchain for thing so it is actually a valid it was on the blockchain it would actually working but it's also the same as the logs you can go back and actually see where it is and then roll back to save state but it comes down to what these people are buying playing in the in the dark web. That's the digger data integrity that is probably flawed and what if what if somebody starts putting in other people's data before it goes out because they have a plan to do something with that person and they want them to be like okay. I got the ashley madison data right <hes>. I'm the first guy that got it. I hate my neighbor. I'm gonna put my neighbor's name and address in there right and make it make up an account for him. So when this breach comes out and people can go search this data he's implicated in it and he'd never signed up for ashley madison right and then then i don't have to hear him playing xbox still four in the morning urban and drinking bud lights right and like with this database you put your fingerprint on some other poor sap's name and then you go out and committed burglaries and leave your fingerprints everywhere yeah but here's the thing thing that's not the same data that the company will be using the only data for people that are nefarious that are going to get that data. It's a database deep fake yeah kind of kind of uh-huh. I don't know why this reminded me of this or why. I'm even bringing it up but <hes> back on. Do you remember the t._v. Show n._y._p._d. Blue yes you know there was a story line with n._y._p._d. Blue where there was some guy some horrible guy who was a rapist or something and he was paying prostitutes institutes to get the used condoms from them who're that he could sprinkle his crime scenes with other people's d._n._a. Genius <music> genius that somebody have insomnia it might've in wikipedia blue. You might have picked an n._y._p._d. Blue episode. I'd like to see less than the one where the dentist uh-huh yeah well. This is going back into biometrics. Amazon claims that recognition can now detect fear and it it basically it's scary when i walk into a little recognition sticker on a camera. I'm like oh shit. I hope it doesn't think i'm black. It's amazing. Acknowledgee can detect things like fear fear but still can't spell check exactly got you know brian. I let it alone because we got so much hate mail from me talking about why does he always talk about recognition with a k. Why are you so mad about that. I'm just like because it's um you show me one other amazon web service. That's actually misspelled it. I'll eat my hat. Nope you know anyway abandoned. Detect fear right. Oh yes she about a mile away. I have thoughts about this and what i so. My thought process was i could imagine a an idealized law enforcement situation right where if law enforcement were truly trained to de escalate relate situations to protect and to serve right <hes> i could imagine i could imagine there being some sorts of a heads up display or something that a police officer could have where if you had a system that was feeding back. You know seventy five percent chance that this person is panicking or something. That's i think i can see usefulness in that but we're not in that idealized situation these days so i i'm with you. I can see a lot of idealized situations as well like if you have all your cameras at a mall running through recognition and then you get a spike of a part of the malware. Everybody turns to fear than you know. Something is happening and you can send an alert to security and they can go investigate. You know i could see i could see use case scenarios for dating dating. If i were a dude. I'd want this. How am i i i would. I would like to know what she's thinking right now. That was the premise stands away from baseball move away from seventy five percent chance that she was disgusted by that last joke yes well. I mean all the hack hack your dates apple. Watch so you can get a biometric feedback on the fly and pipe it into your smart contact and then you'll figure it out amazing amazing like my my question about this is as we've discovered with facial recognition in general it's. It's not that accurate. Are they over blowing their abilities here yeah. Of course they are of course of course they are this. This does not work consistently. I'm sure we can tell if you're scared but we don't know who the hell. Oh you are. That's what you know and they've also like tightened up their their age identification which is another thing from this <hes> this p._r. Thing that came. I bet used that database they bought from the russians from face app stupid stupid thing but yeah i mean i why i don't know why. Are you writing this. Why are you writing the software. I don't get some of the because because we can. That's why everything gets done. That's because dr silicon valley because they think someone will pay for it. Yes yeah and that someone doesn't doesn't have to be here in the united states or a good guy right right yeah. Oh man there's gotta be some time with this. This you know age generation to to catch a predator somewhere. We gotta figure this one out. <hes> pedophile is everywhere age verify she under over nope under move on next. If only there were some sort of i._d. Would you paul nobody's ever fake no not anymore anymore. Man you can't is true. It's pretty damn hard college. I used to just take a little piece of chocolate and a number two pencil and i could change. You know birthdates around so i could get into bars. You cannot do that anymore. No no especially with all the software now that scans it and runs it through because you have to you have to hack the bar code. You have to draft hack the strip then you have to hack the was it the whatever chip is. They're gonna put in with the real. I d such a pain such have pain to go underage drinking nowadays i well. Maybe that's on the plus side for these kids. They're all these apps that deliver alcohol to you right. That's true oh that's true and i guess an extra twenty would probably get that boost through the door. That's my guess nats yeah. That's what i was gonna say 'cause it's still as effective as ever to tip the bouncer. Let slip the bouncer a few bucks i suppose i suppose it's more expensive than it used to be. But what is the work. I get yeah wind delivered to me all the time and they look for an idea. They just asked for my signature. You know granted. It looks like you're great but he wasn't even ready well. I got no hair ahead. I looked like a chemo baby right now so kinda to look a little young. I still get carded all the time it's because they never leave the house. I don't have all that sun damage damage anyway. I put this the next one in here for you. Guys instagram users who post pictures are more likely to get hacked. Go ahead had just start for you this is this is my christmas present to you. <hes> i'm not entirely sure i understand this. Why would you want to hack these accounts accounts so you can see more pictures of their fucking bets. There influencers slow ends. Were they influencing the question. I always have i'm told somebody's as an influence or who are you influencing. It's all the way down right exactly better. Change your password chase so just one password the point here the point here is that people use their pet names for their passwords yes right where their security questions right right right so jason how many not necessarily now but in the course of your life how many times have used pet name in the password ever i i think until probably the year two thousand okay i use it as 'cause i had a little dog named killer and he died and i felt bad so i had to put his name in there was no much yeah yeah and then after that you know just make shit up and remember i. I literally have a look up sheet. It's encrypted in one password. That's like okay. This is the question. This is the answer and i use yo. Let's let's say for the sake of argument. You pick a vegetables vegetable tames so i went to high school. I went to my dog or my favorite pet was celery right right and then i just use that everywhere so i create my own look up table which was just easy to remember and i just use that never put an actually what they ask for. What are you what are you stupid. Never put in what they ask for. So that's how that's how i get around it so and and to factor off so it's not that big a deal but i can see how some of these influencers yes yes. I'm i'm using air quotes over here. I can get caught up in this because they are techno. Morons they just know how to stand on a beach and put a pithy slogan over there. Are you know over the photo with them and their dog in their chihuahua usually so i just i. I thought it was funny. I thought it was funny that yes we're over sharing being sharing our pets names people ask for pet names as security questions so arrigo someday you're going to get. I agree but anyway this next. One researchers hacked to cannon d._s._l. Are with bitcoin demanding ransomware no they didn't. I would like to point out that this headline is total bullshit because all they did was they they they were able to hack into the cannon whose v._p. Unauthenticated protocol that shares your photos over your wifi which is slower than dog shit so i don't know why anybody would ever use that stuff. Plug it in or take your car out. People don't be a savage anyway so they were able to get in and encrypt the file system on it and they left a like j. peg that said give us bitcoin or will you know delete your data right okay right. This was not this was there was no bitcoin demanding ransomware this this was the encrypted encrypted data and put up a j. peg. That's it isn't command somewhere unless i guess if you count ransomware as that it's a it's a stretch though to me personally type you can't type you can't type in an unlucky right. Oh okay. There's no there's no actual code belonging run on the the camera itself they were they were able to get into the file system and do do some shenanigans but they did not put an executable on there. They would let you unlock the data by typing on your phone. I mean your phone or camera two camera. I know like the cameras that i have that. Have this this this protocol you. There's an app on your phone that you can move stuff around with but still they didn't put an app on there. It was just a got in encrypted at bo bob's your uncle so in this proof of concept that they've done here. How would how would they decrypt the files if you paid them meet me at denny's parking lot or i'm sorry dear waffle house. Everybody goes to the waffle house to do nefarious stuff so maybe in the parking lot at midnight with the cash and then i'll i'll unlock your camera for you but i mean it's an edge case. It's i like it. I think it's i think it's it's good that people are thinking about this stuff. I wish the camera companies would think of this stuff <hes> yeah i i was we were talking about this over on <hes> smashing security and i thought thought that if they really should do is brick the camera that would get a professional photographers attention right but you know what that doesn't do. It does not actually do anything to the memory card. That's in there which is where the actual photos are stored yeah yeah. I guess i was thinking that the the camera has has so much value but you know if you're a pro in other words if if you're out at a wedding your wedding photographer and you're shooting a wedding and suddenly you're camera gets bricked it says send me a hundred dollars in bitcoin and i'll bring the phone has a pretty good chance that you might send them the hundred hundred bucks while you're at a once in a lifetime event. I think it's funny that both you and i dave have swapped phone in camera just subconsciously as we've been talking 'bout. Did i say i yeah you did say four meeting camera kind of the same thing these days for most people. That's what it really he is. That's that's how deep deep when i said it. I'm like i thought i said then. I know i heard phone. What's going on with that. Same thought i said camera komo. He said all right well yeah so that's bad folks who sell the cameras well. It's good for people who buy cameras because they'll be cheaper in the future but hey it's a cool perfect concept and hopefully it'll get somebody to work on their security especially if they're putting out a protocol that is unauthenticated that anybody can get into. It's like i mean that's that's bad come on. There's no way around it. That's bad <hes> and and these cameras are going to do nothing but become more connected right that yes that's the direction things are heading so these legacy protocols the time to jettison them or move onto something something more more secure yeah and this is the new one is the new one it used to be so this is the newer version of it. This is yeah. This is p.t too soon. We'll have three right right <hes> so i know you covered this one over on the cyber wire. <hes> this guy got the license plate nolan. It was a total disaster or was hacking humans. I can't remember we covered it on the cyber <unk> wire a couple of my colleagues here actually saw this guy's presentation at black hat man said it was very entertaining so yes go on. It's it's a good one yeah. He got you know what twelve thousand dollars in parking tickets and is still fighting with the city to get them taken off because he doesn't have any parking parking tickets because the null record in the database just attributes everything to him while alerts so let's just back up here and for folks who might not understand can you can you walk us through through what he was trying to do and what actually happened so the word no in programming means nothing zero and and in databases it is the same thing so he thought okay i'm gonna put on my license plate and when the license plate reader sees it it should register as nothing nothing nothing did not work that way though turns out ratify what what the saying is he yeah and then he started getting tickets for like images that license plate readers could not recognize but had done some various stuff like i don't know made a right turn on red. It's it's a cool thing for. I mean i give this guy so many props for even thinking of that as soon as i saw the headline i'm like i i just got to this guy got the license plate null and i'm just like oh shit. I think i wanna marry this guy. That is so cool. I know exactly what he was doing. There uh-huh and unfortunately there were the consequence of unintended side effects. What when i saw this. I wanted to ask you guys. Are there any other other words you could think of that would have similar consequences when placed into a database. Oh unfortunately you know you can't do back slashes and stars and depends on here or i could do a sequel injection attack. Exactly what if i put oh oh my god l. star for music by if i put that in there a fake license plate and drove around with that z. see if that that's interesting what if you put a sign on the back of your car that was formatted license plates to the readers would load that data in uh right bumper sticker that looked like a license plate with that right interesting. Somebody will have to try that that with a lot less to lose just take the car out of the equation just wear a hoodie and a mask in hold up a fake license plate you made in it just walk through a crosswalk at any intersection in any major city. It's going to get scanned in red so i think that there are ways around it. You don't have to use is your own car. I would say if you stick it to the wall in a parking garage where they cruise around the garages scanning license plates right <hes>. That's that's true ticket to one of the posts inside a parking garage. That would be a possibility possibility. I i still think i like it better on somebody else's car so he can make magnets ignatz. Now we can just drive around find some asshole that didn't park right you know the the back corners out in the street and you just slap one of those on the back of the the trunk so when the guys come by with the auto readers and the buses or the cop cars and he just immediately gets flagged all right set war set warrants that eh two hundred armed stress all right well you keep coming up with these ideas and will not have co host pretty soon. I'm sure hey just put it. I put it out there. That's true you're just the evil mastermind. You have minions. I'm like elon musk and hyperloop. I put it on a napkin and then the world takes it away from me. That's all i want practically the same thing yep guy ever gonna work yeah yeah well. I thought i'd end this segment with a little fun game for us for well for you and a jason and dave so we're all very into our tech here and and kind of laugh at the overblown nature of so i've listed eight of some of our favorite companies in our show notes here amazon linked in facebook microsoft peletier slack twitter an uber. I'm going to now read some mission. Statements and i want you to guess which company it's from the first one we ignite opportunity unity by setting the world in motion any guesses. I'd say uber because this motion you got okay hang okay ross went down. I'm the we didn't answer shittiest game show. I thought we both put an answer and then like ever got it wrong. Okay all all right. We'll start with number. Two then we got that was just a practice round apep privy. Everybody gets just whoever's said everybody takes. That's the way you among good to make work life simpler more pleasant and more productive slack <hes> yeah i was. My initial response was lincoln yeah. It's it's like all right very good all right. Give everyone the power to create and share ideas and information instantly without barriers twitter all right. You guys are good at this. <hes> be earth's most customer centric company. Oh my god microsoft yeah. I'd say microsoft amazon amazon what yep earth's most customer. That's the one who have no telephone you. You can call right. That's right okay go ahead to our mission is to empower every every person in organization on the planet to achieve more. Oh pollen tear could be microsoft. I'll go with microsoft. It is microsoft although it could have also been slack unfortunately that the way this works is that one got knocked out already right so yeah that was my down all right connect the world's professionals to make them more productive productive and successful link. That's easy yeah linked to that. One's like ten yes yeah give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together facebook facebook doc that one's kind of widely known. I love this one and we all know what it is. At this point. Our mission is to help our users the people doing the hard work on complex real world problems separates families. That's right see is important to us. That's how we eat. Is your privacy so important to us. It pays my mortgage. I just thought that was fun because these are so airy rian bullshit. It's so funny because when when you put this in here i'm like i'm looking at it. I'm like oh maybe he wants to make an anagram out of the first letters of all all of them of course cheated and i went to i went to wordsmith dot org to the anagram server and in typed it in so here's what we got. We got what sump flap must flap smut fats. Plum fats lump fat lumps fat lumps. I think that might be because we're all turning into by using these guys stamp flu. Okay okay yeah and yeah. That's that's about it. I just put them in alphabetical order. You definitely over thought it to cheat all righty. No go helen. I'm i'm just i went to <hes> one of these websites. That doesn't automatic mission statement generator. Oh nice for the put in it's asking for company name some putting in in grumpy old geeks grumpy own gigs our next what personality best describes your brand <hes> well. Our choices are creative sophisticated funny authentic exciting powerful thoughtful or rugged. Let's go with rugged rugged. I i like very good very good. What industry is your company in. Oh select <hes> entertainment all right. I'll take that debatable people hitting next in their podcast players disagree in four words or less. What's the main good or service you you provide. <hes> separate people from money say enter -taining pod cast content. Go all right next. That's awesome. Who do you provide it for <hes> geeks people of the world geeks cakes and how do you help your customers. We don't buy i know ming. The pain of their daily lives feel like you may have filled this out before him cheating uh-huh oh man they want me email all right burner email time henrico and that's how a true security professional does it people people take notes. Everybody take no generating mission statement for grumpily geeks. Do do do do all right ready. <hes> our mission at grumpy all geeks is numbing. The pain of geeks daily lives with strength resilience and grit all right. We sound great not really the payoff. I was hoping for but uh-huh <laughter>. Whatever i mean feeling pitch jenner i get the feeling they more put in your stuff and then pick out a few things from the rugged category and shoved them in there so yeah yeah. You know what you think about these guys. They get gone all right good enough jeff. We've turned into the security zoo yeah exactly right traffic and weather on the eight. That's right sorry in west covina. Oh vena seventy three degrees in anaheim california's seventy three degrees. It's always seventy three degrees. Put me on a gurney. That was an hour of journey okay. I think we've done this enough now. Sorry people see a- ups and doodads long long ago an internet far far away. I signed up on amazon to get a notification. When alexa auto is going to be released <hes> so yeah since then i sold my car bought a new car or at least a new car and the new car i've had for a couple of months now and it's a it's an incredibly awesome but but it has carplay n._c._a._a. And i love it so i went back and i looked at the page for alexa auto and i'm not gonna waste my time on a test run for that one. I haven't gotten on my invitation yet. I wish i could send you mind but i don't think it works that way. After seeing <hes> your car play integration. I'm fine with that. I'll get that in my next car and that'll be so nice so nice and speaking of amazon. This was just a matter of time. Amazon has rolled out subscription and discovery boxes. They had to put the discovery on there but they are subscription boxes of shit that they probably couldn't sell and they shove it in a box six in sell you the box whole box full of crap. You don't need or want yeah. My jaw hit the floor when i saw this when this morning i'm like okay. Somebody's he's going to buy it. Somebody's going to buy it yeah. I mean if it gets rid of shit. They can't sell they're going to go whole hog on this box not boxes or the same because whenever we can whatever's in the in the throwaway been over there right and i found it really interesting article as i've gotten my philips hue lights and that's become a bit of a conversation and more about that on the next the next episode and feedback as a couple people have written with some thoughts on that <hes> but i did really enjoy this article over on and gadgets smart homes are broken are a broken mess and nest wants to fix it. This is a reshi chandra who is lead for google nest products and it's his job to have a vision for what's coming and he doesn't have the answers. He admits somebody has an idea of what he'd like to see which may well nobody really get into it. It's google will develop a solution and force everybody else to use it. That's what he's hoping for. Oh my god but he does really get into it. It's it's quite an interesting article. It's definitely an interesting space to be working right now but but he gets into the main problems being that you know there are tons of varieties of devices none of which speak to each other. There's there's too many devices. There's too many protocols. There's there's no communication between different manufacturers and different brands oftentimes. There's no communication within the same brand. Even if you get a couple of different devices multiple apps like everything has to have its own app. Nothing is connected very well. Even though amazon and end the smart ladies and the tubes are trying to kind of be a bridge in between all these devices. It doesn't work that great as we all know <hes> so yeah. It just gets into all the problems right now. These smart home is not smart yet. It really is not it doesn't need a solution and there does need to be some standards and practices across different brands. Yeah yeah i tripoli needs to get on in this and just you know build a spec build a spec respect for iot oh and by the way guys when you do that building some security please please yeah yeah encrypted by default would be nice yes but yeah. I mean look we have t._c._p. I._p. That works we have a._t._p. That works and we can talk to each other. We have browsers u._d._p. Which is what we're doing. The call on you know there's all sorts of things all sorts of practices and standards that have been built that work that work now something something that doesn't work. He saw this one over at the verge. Smart ins have been turning on overnight and pre heating to four hundred degrees. Oh that's great eight yeah. This is the june smart oven and friend of mine actually got one of the first jen's of these. I think he had like a pre release version. That's even worse. I wanna pre-release oven. Pre-release remote controlled oven june. Keep saying that it's pep cac so the problem exists exists between chair and keyboard for those of you. Don't know that one user error is what they're claiming. These things are fifteen hundred bucks. I just got oughta new toaster oven for thirty who works great now that was gen one gen two is out now for five ninety nine and it's building so one the air fryer dehydrated slow cooker broiler toaster warming drawer that you just slid that went in there and convection shouldn't countertop oven mom i have one too i paid seventy dollars remind because mine is specifically made with a big dent in the back so you can fit in a twelve inch pizza so perfect ansi fancy but it does everything that this one does too except for the air fryer thing which is which also is is just a convection oven about it anyway this is it's pretty funny but one guy left his left his leaders in there overnight in game fortunately they didn't catch which fire but <hes> death by potato with is a bad way to go smoke the the other thing. I wanted to point out about this. It does come in with a built in camera so you can take selfies. He's of your food which isn't a selfie. I would like to point out but they call it a selfie. It's called a photograph because you're not talking me oven with it. Yeah well speaking of more more solutions to problems that we didn't have once. I saw you you put that in there this scrolled across my feet so i had to put this in as well devices and appliances it says you could theoretically tweet from ranked refrigerator a flip phone a kindle a smartwatch a roomba an ipod god a pager a toaster washing machine video game console car a fitness tracker and a scale is are all things that you can now use to tweet from okay just what i need. Just what i need and do well this goes into the are you fucking kidding me news news shack. That's that is kind of it but snapped his back with new spectacles. Just what we've all been waiting for these capture after three d video and aim for the luxury crowd oh yeah great yeah three hundred eighty bucks hundred in eighty bucks with other than those vending machines. Maybe we should hit one and i'll go bike around the neighborhood today. Yeah we can sell them for three dollars and eighty cents because that's going to be the drop but my god i mean and they are just as dumb looking as the other ones but exempt. They're stylish now totally stylish as you know. They're not literally be called. Six is now instead of four is because these have little to cameras over each lens anybody. That's listening to the show uh-huh. Do you see any of these in the wild ever 'cause i don't anymore. I don't see google glass ever. I don't see snap glasses. I don't see any of these in the wild. I've and i lived somewhere where you'd think they would be. Uh-huh google glass went underground corporate so that's that's. You're not gonna find those anywhere but yeah i i. I told you one bag that i've saw i've seen in the the snap spectacles and he is a bona fide douchebag so you know your mileage may vary. If you wear your snap glasses but yeah i don't understand and why why because i know they still have a warehouse full of the other ones. They can't get rid of so. Let's do this guys. Let's make a bunch of stuff that nobody wants. Learns learn zero lessons from it and say well. You know what the problem was. It wasn't expensive enough. I think i think we can do better. I i really think we can do better. Let's let's more than double the price we should sell more than twice the amount i look forward to these showing up in the amazon discovery boxes this shortly. We got a question last week on earlier this week on feedback asking about the mac doc apps that i use. I have a very comprehensive list in in the show notes so you can go check out all of those i am now going to do the world's fastest run through all the software around computer areo take a breath of this one. There's no porn on my computer well. That's in the cloud. Sorry of course it's always in cloud opera spark things three fantastic l. to one password dropbox text expanders reader three screens for b._b._n. Twelve scrivener three hi lind- to not not to be confused with highlander to which is the worst movies ever made p._d._f. Expert day one transmission handbrake the bartender three istat. That's menu little snitch. Clean my mac x. Tyke timeline logic pro x studio sound studio for audio hijack luke back for audio isotope r._x._7. Advanced as tope ozone eight advanced is atop neutrino three advanced o phonic level batch processor and multi-track processor affinity photo auto an affinity designer and i'd like to mention at the end here affinity photo an affinity designer fantastic apps but i am being forced i to move into the adobe creative cloud because i need to learn edition so auditions horrible. Don't stop buddies. It's a really actually maybe it's gotten better because i had high hopes for it. When i i i just i started to use it when we first started our show so it's been six years. Maybe it's gotten a lot better. It's got it's it's gotten a lot. I started my seven day. Free trial and it's gotten a lot better. It's powerful as hell okay. You know it's just ugly but it is it is really ugly yeah yeah and <hes> but then i get <hes> photoshop illustrator included so how to use those and i'm still trying to find my way around affinity photo and designer. They're beautiful apps but i still don't know where everything's at you know. It's hard for me after like twenty thirty years of using photoshop. It's just so comfortable optimal. I started with photoshop to maktoum. That was fun. Suscription model dude six hundred bucks six hundred bucks a year. I gotta pay to use this thing alabam. I found this one over it dig in my daily dig newsletter which i highly recommend subscribing to you. Get some good stories out of there and it's called. I've seen the worst inhumanity. The hard reality of being a brand rand social media manager singing. Tell me brother i was there are some quotes in here that i really thought that you would like just because you can turn on a stove does not make you a chef which is which is pretty good and is one paragraph read. The fact that social media managers must have varied skill sets is echoed by nathan alabama the social media manager of stay calm. A brand has gained notice for its quirky online persona in recent years allenbach says the position straddles many different areas of expertise including research copywriting brand strategizing analytics reporting visual production the multifarious here's demands of the job make it a more hard to pin down in neatly delineated terms which in turn leads to people sliding it or brushing it off as an intern could easily easily do boom yes i was. I was doing brand social media management for quite a long time and i believe it was like one or two years into our shows beginning when i started screaming just because you have an iphone doesn't mean you know how to run social media but yep. That's the way the world went. I think even have his show title. Title about interns and social media just got to be such a thing now now our interns can do. We don't have to pay for that so devalued that <hes> yeah then just interns around the world royal now yeah no. It's a that is a like a jack of all trades position. You have to know so many things to do it. Effectively otherwise you can just open twitter and fart at it and it'll it'll still make a post but it won't make a post it will make you any money. No i just really really enjoyed this. One and we both love x k cd on this show and i found this one climate changes eire's can suck it. Go look at this is the timeline of earth average temperature since the last ice age glaciation when people say the climate has changed before the kind of changes that they are talking about out very very very very very subtle compared to the time kind of changes that we're having now and scroll scroll scroll scroll scroll and weep i i you know here's the thing i didn't weep that much because i'm gonna be dead checked out by then. That's right yeah exactly. It's one of those sorry bro sorry we. We like what what what do you wanna do man on the eighties. We didn't really look good and friend of the show fogarty sent this one over to me and i swear i wish i was rich in had a big big mansion because the fantasy island tattoo gulf cart is up for auction. Starting starting bid is seventy five hundred it has been museum exhibited needed and it does run amazing. It is so cool and the second one. I put in here for you brian. <hes> this is the toys these are us george barris jeffrey mobile hot rod built by dick dean with custom and close trailer also museum exhibited that al cute did did you look at the pictures though because if you if you go around back there's a spiral staircase to lead up to wait for it a bar. I see a barstool so i'm sure they used it is a bar that is amazing. Love it not the coolest thing. It's minimum bid is twenty thousand dollars. Uh patriots dot com slash g._o. Gee this is the artifacts of hollywood and music auction at g._w. Auctions a link in the show notes for these start at the beginning and go through. Oh actually bidding doesn't start till august thirty first so there's some really cool stuff in here if you have if you have the means then definitely check it out because there's a there's a ton of elvis the stuff in there which is kind of neat and one of them that you can you can even by marilyn monroe suitcase so maybe she in there for you. Maybe in this last one i threw in. I'm here for you again. Brian johnny marr invites nuisance fan on stage to accompany him with this charming man. Did you watch this one day. It was charming trying to play away at the beginning. The batteries will be getting the really fun stuff. Was i see i've seen dave girl do this. There's a thousand videos of dave grohl bringing in kids up on food fighters concerts. Just knock it out of the park so this is kind of the same thing but i just like the interaction with johnny marr at the beginning so it was very cool. I liked it a lot and speaking of musicians that i grew up with. I have a closing shutout for the godfather of goth off. Peter murphy who suffered a heart attack during his new york city residency not on stage but he had to cancel a show and the ad to be hospitalized <hes> he is sixty two years sold which is insane. 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76: Goth Charlotte!

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76: Goth Charlotte!

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Yeah I think the headphones might be upstairs in the camera back in the spider room. No are you. Oh that's sweet of you thanks We met briefly at one of the porn. Awards was it. The XB is or one of those. There's so many they all kind of blend one to go with. How many are there generally like to roughly? Yeah and they're all kind of around the same time of year. Is that right yeah. It's such a pain in the ass like this this time of year. After after Halloween it starts getting crazy because people stop shooting often. Because everybody's going to see their family for Thanksgiving and every Christmas slows down down and then January is dead because experts navien. And there's just there's so many yeah you're January twenty seventh. What's August like in terms of the porn business because I was talking with friendlier today about how certain industries just shut down in August and then we started we started go through different ones like they all seem shutout an August more? Hit historically August is usually slow for me especially out here. People are like. It's too hot and inhumane yum to shoot back yeah. My My August was pretty busy. Usually if it's slow I'll just like pop over to Europe and do bench of Seen Sarah. How often would you go to Europe? it used to be like every other month but I'm trying to stay home more. It's all the traveling. It's really hard on your body like I never granola time. It is always jet lag but I like being over there like sting busy but sometimes it's it's good dab break. Yes sure now. How long do you usually stay for stretch? Russian heavyset. Have Super Water. I'll constantly just barraged with questions and then people will be hundred normally. I stay like a week minimum sometimes two or three weeks. It's easier zero like to stay longer because yet your body so used to it and sometimes you pick up work at the last minute so it's good to plan for more. Sometimes you need right now. You can get scrambled if you've ever only a few days and I was just in England for the first time and so I was there originally pretend days and extended the trip and I'm glad what I did because it takes a couple of days just even have your head go back to normal. I totally like I used to do trips where I would just be gone for five days. You lose a day travelling. Yeah and I'm there for three days and I'm doing a wwl Gang Bang every day so like by the time I blink laid. We'll Marnie back on the plane and my ass hurts at the time. You want your ass to hurt. No yeah what's the usual aftercare process after. You've done a series of double anal shows news. If stuff hurts like a usually get some cream from the drugstore. There's the special shit. I don't know what it is because it's all in check and I don't speak chuck a picture of like some leaves and I think it's like Oak Tree Bark wingman okay. It feels like it's working. I think it's like the CBA or not. If it's like soothing soothing terrific my shit bounces back to normal like the next day. It closes up Lak- I don't know what what you would call that. We could magic about the value. It's done it's business for the time and it's back to normal it's sleeping yeah. I think people think I'm like walking around with like a giant open open ass and like wearing diapers all the time. It's like if I'm wearing a diaper. It's like a different race on a normal normal hall so de that would be for a shoot perhaps or maybe you just feeling a little lazy. Yeah I've been feeling and that's another aspect of of the agreement will. I'm sure we'll get back to these two topics a few times so this plays a large role in a lot of your work totally and when did you first discover that you enjoy water. Sports Sports I don't know I I always watched it on when I was watching porn and There was a lot of things I was interested in before I got into the industry that I I didn't explore until I had like a safe environment to do it. Sure getting paid which is always a bonus And Safety too. I mean that's totally. Are you like you WANNA make sure everybody's hydrated and everybody's like Tustin and everything sure that's good you've only been in the industry emirate five years is that right. I I just it's been about four years four years or five years. Who saw and what was the first thing that you did? The first scene was for this company called asylum. Out of Zubay yes yes to asses it's like asylum And this beautiful woman was like entirely cloud and Latex swearing like some nurses outfit and she had a giant strap on was just plowing my ass and I was in some kind of suspension suspension. Where I was on my side Suspended from the ceiling with a bunch of candles over me so I was just getting burned with candle wax everywhere and then they candle laxed my vagina shut. You didn't Aweso views. That's so sad. Well that's okay like I. I prefer like doing anal for scenes. Because my pussy it's worn out but my ass is like you could drive a truck through fine. The next I think he said one interview you referred to it as the elastic pothole. Yeah it's super elastic. And it's it's my primary. The vaginas the secondary one. Okay sure reserved for like at home. Use well recently. He did the could rupel right. Yeah that was cool that I love the clip that and it horrified Caccia by the way I want you to know that I was delighted new. I knew it was gonNA happen when I sent it. And he sends his love admiration. Yeah no when did that Idea Kerr also I might be naive. It may be that this is like a more common thing than I am aware of. I'm it's not incredibly common. There's may be like a handful of people in the world who have done it. It's more of a novelty thing for sure and it's like once you do it like where do you go from there. It's like it's not like I can do one every week. It's kind of like okay. She did it now. Like I don't know I just do like other types of scenes You don't want to go to quintuple or or anything like that. That's humanly possible and people were really angry with me. They're like you said it was four decks but one of them is a Dildo and it's like you you get four dudes together and try to rearrange those body parts. It's not humanly possible. If it was like I would have done it. Sure sure you had like schematics schematics. And all kinds of things right you know like trial and error this is what we found networks and where you can actually see what's going on in terms of trial and error was. Was it a bit of working it out on the day. Not really you know we. That scene was done like before we were finished by like eleven forty five in the morning it was really quick. What how did you start? We started shooting at like maybe ten forty five we. The only time we stopped was is because a model outside the room like fainted because e was like brand new in thought like oh I should stop eating before he in all. It's like don't you don't have have to starve yourself. What do you do that because a lot of people have said starving Fragneau? That's one phrase heard. Well you know everybody's body's different and You know you just just have to find what works for you but for me just eat like Putin stuff like the day before. I take like a lot of fiber every day. So everything's kind of streamlined. As as it is sure and I just do like a water enema. Until everything's clean like morning I've and then I have a normal breakfast Fahy like afterwards though. Oh that's great. That's really encouraging to hear. Because a lot of people thinking you do. Have you overthinking in your in your body's Outta whack you don't have your electrolytes and you don't have enough fiber so like you're going to not have like good shits. You might most of the people who I've seen that starved themselves. They end up shitting more than the ones who don't don't ask yesterday bring on that they're terrified of most. Yeah and like all that stress like it just tightens your butthole on. It makes things like painful and uncomfortable just like pursue proceed as normal relaxed about it. Now that makes sense yeah and of course it seems like the most essential element is water. Enema how long does it take to to go. Clear depends like if you have like a like a decent fiber intake like in your daily life like it could take like five or fifteen minutes but ah I always give myself extra time. I don't know if it's GonNa take five minutes or an hour shall select to take my time with it so I wake up like I think I woke up at like four in the morning running before we did the quadrupling all because I had to be on set at like seven sure I wanted to lake watch. TV and like take my time with it. Inserted like ease into the day totally houses selection process for the men in the same. Like what what what. How does I come about Well this was for legal porno they pretty much higher. This particular director Giorgio Gandhi. He hires the steam crooked dudes. They do like two sometimes. Three gangs being bangs like a day five or six days a week so there. It's like a factory. They just have lake. They put you in the position. You can kind of just let your your body go limp. And they'll arrange around perfect. They're totally professional. And I've I've probably done like you know at least like fifteen or so scenes like with that group of Jews in particular so we all know each other like very well. Sure that's good. Yeah they know the INS and outs of everyone. Yeah some other extreme scenes that you've done and I don't know if it's a scene or it was is just is still that I saw a little squeamish when it comes to bugs and was it cockroaches that I saw. Oh yeah that was cockroaches. Yeah I've never done like a scene with bugs exit animals. I think. That's elite roll. People in Japan do that but yeah those just for fun something okay. Well again I'm squeamish so I figured I'd ask you. I didn't know and I I saw a while ago on twitter and I was like what's Oh I don't know and moves along like that movie creepshow that last section of it. I struggle with that. So you love of bugs now. When did that start window? Kid Yet births like I don't know people would always call me. My government name is Charlotte Hokey. I always had spiders as pets and stuff and despite a room chair. Don't you yeah. I have six in there at the moment one Scorpion and I just got a snake a couple of days ago. Congratulations graduations isn't noodle noodle his name. He's very small. And you shake liquor tube or noodles. He's all neck. This is the first thing that you've had. Yeah I've had Quite a lot lizard. Certain things like that salamanders and stuff then things without hands or feet. That's new to me. I got to meet battle cat. Thank you he's he's very fluffy it's lovely. He loves to greet people. Yeah you reminded me of my okay. LemMe and then. WHO's the one who's fed up with it? All of this very lazy won. His name's Jones E. Jones E. Cool and A black cat ripley clearly. He's probably like upstairs asleep or something and we have one fourth cat who you might never see her. Name's because this is the secret cadillacs Shy Asia very nervous. It took her like a year and a half to sit on my lap. Really well. She's very cute. She looks like just like Jones e except smaller. She's really small feet but she's very round yet but she's a brown tabby okay. She's just more like potato chip. Did you get her As rescue. Yes the ASO battle cat and baby carry lances cats and then Ripley Jones E.. I rescued When I lived in La Okay what did you live in La? I think like twenty sixteen to two thousand eighteen. What was I like when you were there for you? What was your situation lived in the valley for bit and then I lived in Hollywood for about a year and I just thought it smelled like pee not the good kind of your connoisseur yeah? I'm kind of CONNOISSEUR. When it comes to urine I don't know I would tell people people like? Oh Yeah I live in Hollywood. Wow that must be so quick. Look like if you're in West Hollywood and like Oh my God I saw Rupaul like us. Awesome that for those and spent when you're just like walking home and like dudes are like following you down the street and you'd have a bag of groceries like you're trying to in an elevator doesn't work Steve to walk like three flights of stairs guys lingering downstairs Oh yeah it's so expensive they're actually. He writes huge and they don't pay rent no they don't they don't even chip in bastards. Bet I know Hollywood. It's funny because it really is a different thing from West Hollywood or North Hollywood whatever you know however at different from from west I live in West Hollywood love West Hollywood I tell you it's so great and I love like I am right in between I shouldn't say but I'm right in between the big stressor between Melrose and Santa Monica Boulevard. Yeah yeah well when you to route an la you're going to have to come visit yeah And the corner shop is a Gilson's which love how Puji that is. Yeah it's the best. I love supermarkets and they're the best supermarket like there's one in Los feels that I just just inside the district pink glow to it. It's a nice thing. They have good meat and cheese. Yeah prepared foods to do a lot. Yes sometimes the only like baking aching. I like Making cheesecake. What did you start doing that when I was a kid recently when my husband turned forty like I got like a cuisinart? Copies and our offer a wedding registering staffs. I made a a cheesecake firm. That was cool. What registries a fun thing right? He makes me WANNA get married again. The bows yeah. Where did you get married? We got married here At like a little country club I just wanted to get married outside and it was visit the middle of February. It snowed the next day which is really unusual for Vegas February's a good month to get married and how close Valentine's Day was it. It was the two days after so it was president stain. We're just really enthusiastic about President's Day. It was a three day weekend so I picked that because I figured our our our family and friends from out of state who had jobs they could stay an extra day vegas. That's nice and also it's not on Valentine's Day 'cause the complicated for another one reasoning inside if you wanted to go out and get dinner on your anniversary you'd never be able to find a table anywhere. No and my birthdays Valentine's Day so sorry no here. It's great though because because Anytime if I was single or whatever it's like I don't care it's my birthday. A friend who is bumming out about romance gone wrong. Like it's it's my birthday so so like we'll do something or just celebrate my birthday and the only funny thing is that it's easy for people to remember especially in the family so I'm not the best that remembering birthday dates dates I want to I'd love to get people birthday But so now thankfully calendar APP will help me with that but Yeah but I've always enjoyed actually that then when I'm in a relationship it's like one of those things where it's like. Well we'll do two things like one for Valentine's Day one for my birthday basically means two parties or two things yet which is a nice way around it now. When did you last me? We Mad December twenty sixteen. We had been talking on twitter for a while. We're sending each other pictures. A cat certain was pretty serious. Yeah definitely I was living in San Francisco at the time. He was living in Florida at the time 'cause I always like people who live really far the thing people who were unavailable just emotionally. Oh no no no no physically the as well yeah morally I e. We were trying to like get together and shoot stuff for awhile. It's so hard to schedule stuff. Like he would be passing through town shooting for King and I would be Outta town or sick or something. Finally he was like all. Just buy your plane ticket and take you to Florida Boorda that I like. When I met him I was like okay like I really like you? Yeah and then like a couple of months later he moved to Vegas so then it's not too much much long distance thing. It's like a one hour flight was troubling though you were like you know. You're not so far away though isn't it was a good way for me to ease into being in a relationship leashes. Yeah right because you still. I only have to see every couple of weeks. He would drive but I would have like five hours notice. It's like I'm coming over so I'm like okay. I can clean up the apartment. I think you know five hours. Notice is a good thing to have in any situation right. Yeah they don't want thirty five minutes. Hey I'm nearby by the way. Have you ever cleaned up an apartment faster than when someone's coming over like that. I never know I had stuff that was sitting around that had shipped actually from Massachusetts just sitting there and it was after breaking up with the person that had lived there with me so the place is sort of like formative it was was like not quite my full place yet. There was boxes. You know and you're just kind of like bummed out and then someone was coming over like magically everything in like ninety minutes. Yeah there's impressive motivator. It is it is nothing will motivate like Willett like. I don't know I I just don't like people thinking like I live like a Slob. Even though I do realize there's no sloppiness in here. This looks like a first of all lovely house. It has a lot of character. You're welcome and it it's very much Representative of the two of you and Uruk and it just looks lived in which is a nice thing you know what I mean when you walk into a place and people live there but it feels like an Airbnb it does it kind of makes you want to leave. Yes a strange thing to sterile very Sarah. Yeah Oh the other weird thing is apart cooking smells. I mean it's not exactly that's one reason. I can't live in an apartment anymore. Yeah Yeah 'cause I like like how it smells when I'm cooking stuff but people's kicking just doesn't smell that good no especially when it mixes with all the and tomato base for for some reason anyway so you met Lance then and then he was in Vegas and it was not that long to five hour window and then how long from there until the two of you moved in together we had just got together right before I moved to my own apartment. Hollywood okay that was really funny. Because he's like what what are you doing tomorrow. I'm like I don't know I think I moving. And he's like okay. I'll drive over right now and help you. It was so funny. And then he he shows up. Tell me move my share. And he's like is this all of it and like yeah. These are all my worldly possessions. It was like five boxes of yeah. I just wasn't ready. Ready to like movement with him let clerk and then after my lease was up. He's like do you really WanNa live with me. And I'm like yeah. And then his like thing was he really wanted us to move into a house where I could have my own room for my spiders terrified that I was Gonna ask that. I was curious I wanted to know what lance is feeling about the the critters like that he likes NASC- wasn't sure how he felt about Scorpions. And then I got one and then he decided he's not like Scorpions and He doesn't really like Tarantulas. I'd like I bring them all my Kobe. Click this malted. Isn't that cool like that's their old bangs. Coletta hold it and use like he gives it the old college try Eah. Yeah he's definitely like he hasn't killed any spiders since we started dating. Listen I see how do you feel about When you see just bugs on the street I love them actually? We're looking right now or I'm looking at this photo with subscribe at you describe it please. Listeners it's a jumping spider taken with a macro Lens. My friend took that picture actually really cool photo says did they. They just look really cute. They look like if a kitten was very small and had like ten is an eight legs. Yes it would be that. Yeah Yeah I guess you're right. Actually seeing is like that is rather remarkable. I'll put a photo on instagram. Anyone with Iraq phobia. I'll try to put a spoiler alert or some kind of warning trigger warning rather trigger warning. Yeah have you ever had a friend with reckon phobia come over yet. They just are like afraid to be in the house. I'm like dude like they're all like locked CTA. They're not like roaming. My cats would have a heyday. That's right and they'll have their own enclosures era. Of course what is that. Is that like a little cage type of thing. Yeah I have like Just little acrylic things and they have like a little water dish. They have a little high place for them to crawl into your sober. uh-huh both are right and the to view become sober together. He He's been sober for twenty. One years I got so we're like I. I like a couple of months after we met. I was trying for a while. Just worked out like being in a relationship with a sober person like user really good influence on me. Also easier to 'cause you're like I can't really be a slightly tuned up. Yeah it kept me accountable so that was really good but it's just so much easier like us both being so we're we both WANNA leave like parties and events at the same time. Let me guess seventy five minutes in. Yeah Yeah exactly. That's gotTa talk this place X.. Because those events especially like say after parties in quotes I only had fun it those when I was like drinking and doing coke in the bathroom and now that I don't do that I'm like will you remove that element in it's literally like a bunch of like egos in the room a and that's not always fun. I was at some in front of some Hollywood club in the guy was like offering tickets to an after party. I was like I couldn't think of anything worse. Like a bunch of strangers who want to get so fucked up at three in the morning that does not stink. You know thanks. So what were your drugs of choice. Booze and coke. I'll basically anything like there's not much I haven't done like I. I drank a lot for sure. Did a Lotta Kobdo Oughta pills heroin like all that stuff but everything was easy ear to like moderate early quit cold Turkey except the booze like ochre your challenge myself. I was like okay. I'm not going to do coke for a week but then I was still like drinking all day every day so I thought I was just like I had A. I thought I just didn't like making coffee in the morning. I let cutting lines and saw. Thanks very efficient. I thought it was being efficient but then I removed that and I'm I'm like oh I'm just an alcoholic who likes doing other stuff situationally. Yes sure are you sick. I can't drink rather don't drink so I I just I. Yeah thanks I mean do other things but only started that a few years ago. Because I thought because I couldn't drink after trying very hard really putting for China. Certainly not. No I don't give up easily. Yeah then I thought well that was the first stair step in the very large staircase and you can't really go to the second floor if you know turned out not to be the case for me but booze to me. I have in the House for guests but it's not not an option for everybody you know. It's not it's not an in the weird thing is it's so readily available like it's the one thing that you could get anywhere anytime. Oh God especially in Vegas like yes. There's no like Oh. The Bar shuts down into the bars open at eight in the morning. Play Bear uh-huh. They're packed in the place. I was amazed that I went down the a hotel. I'm staying at the Sahara. And there was people drinking and smoking a cigarette smoker but still for some reason to see people smoking in a public place inside and the smells of different booze on people's breath. While I was waiting for the taxi line growth there was growth. It actually may gave me like a kind of like I want Outta here vibe. Like just waiting for the taxi. You've been getting out but you know what I mean. Yeah I don't like that smell ir. There was a guy on the elevator. Her have my red velvet jacket on and he was loaded and he was gross was a frost. Dumb guy the jition. I guess this is the five here. It's it's the worst. I don't really like going on the Strip or into casinos late at night. Like if I'm meeting friends or something and then we're done with dinner in the nighttime going home the people get like drinkers anchors the night whereas all it's always the people watching his great though like I like to sit at home toll or lobby bars in the casino. I'll get like a seltzer water. And Watch people apple there's always like the group of bridesmaids and they start the night out strong like there. They all have their shoes on the night progresses like they're they're all like carrying their shoes like somebody's like being carried like somebody's throwing up in like a bag someone's ranting low like two or fighting reading like somebody's holding a tear a sash like it's a mess but it's like a beautiful like chaotic disaster. It's amazing to watch at a distance. It's beautiful but he didn't want to be anywhere near its to boost to because so much bad behavior is sort of excuse to go. We were really loaded her. It was a crazy night. Yeah it's really dangerous. There's like a ton of accidents here. 'cause people are just drunk driving time. Sure yeah and people just generally like drive like assholes. This morning. Some dude was like following me onto and off the highway like he was a foot away from my back bumper. Like chasing me down. I'm like hello pissed off. It was like really aggressive and unnecessary. But I haven't experienced that like anywhere else. People are just even in. La like people cut you off off. I'm like okay buddy like you you had to be there okay. You got a big day today. Yeah I don't get that road rage so I don't I can't relate to it. I don't get road rage much either. I think if I really scared once or twice yell fuck off or something like that Massachusetts loves road rage. Oh Yeah Nass cheeser today is there is some kind of what other parts of the country did you live in. I'm originally from northern California okay reports roughly just north of Sacramento. So it's really not a lot going on and then I moved to the bay and then La then here. I've have just slowly been making my way south. I guess so. We'll see like if I end up in Mexico next year might be the might be like this triangle like here a Europe mention. What parts of Europe do you like to go to? I Love Berlin Prague Gray I love Paris Burleigh Budapest. Sometimes I mostly work in Prague though because the rates are the best. I've been Spain alive but I I don't really work much in those places places. 'cause like a boy girl will be like three hundred. And what would it be in Prague in Prague. It would be like five or six but I normally don't just do boy girl. I do like a gang banks in 'cause it makes more sense. Yes sure. It is the more sensible choice. Isn't it yeah. What is the other scenes that you do? We talked about the the the quadruple anal. He do a lot of extreme scenes. Yeah I think since I started out doing extreme scenes. I just Kinda got stuck doing that but every now and then I do like romantic staffer. I got like a lead role in like a horror feature recently for Kink with me and Casey Calvert that that was really fun movie I do like a lot of domination stuff. I finally worked for divine BITCHES FOR KINK DOT com so that was cool and I also have my own clips Reseda were. You're just kicked dudes in the Paul's and fuck them and asks which is like something. People don't really expect for me because they think I'm totally submissive. But did you start out more of an submissive. Yeah and I was getting like pissed off by people telling me what to do and I found out like I'm I'm more of a switch but I do stuff like that and then I I really like doing girl girl. A lot of people don't know this about me but like before porn. I didn't really have any attraction to guys until I was like twenty like like I just thought I was a lesbian in like had to come out as bisexual again. I always had like way more girlfriends like I wanted to only do girl girl porn orange just kind of fell into doing boy girl and everything else. But I like how that's worked out but yeah I really like doing girl girl scenes like I do a lot of Webcam staff. Yeah it just do it. All basically when he started doing girl scenes what was the first scene. I think it was the second scene I ever or did. Maybe the second or third it was for Kink Dot Com Kinki University and it was like an instructional porn on how to use Suction Devices Aces Boca Suction things attached to like my tits and my pussy in the Dude Blake pumped up and then I think the next one I did after that was just a gang bang so I it just went zero two. Why not you dive right in? Had you had sex with guys before that yeah ahead. Sex suits like off camera and like one boyfriend. But I didn't really. I just thought I was kind of doing it because it was like. It's a lot easier to get with dude awesome. It is to give with girls okay. Just like I thought it was just a situational thing like I done email and stuff with a dude just like to try it. That was like the second time I had sex 'cause because I was like why didn't like it this way. The first time maybe this I did like the anal better than the with the guy that Oh yeah yeah so. That's always been a favourite as the recently had my first Receiving situation so very much. Thank you and it was wonderful. It was great very the easy and there was no real prep either. You don't always have to prep like people ask me like Oh my boyfriend wants to put in my ass or my girlfriend wants to fuck master. Whatever what I do and it's like honestly like if you're just in the mood like put a towel down or the lights off? Ah You find. You're not as squeamish. Yeah yeah certain things have happened before you know. Some of got very very aggressive with their hand and I was like India. What does this is cool? The it wasn't the right time but you know whatever you can wash your hands comes with the territory. You can't go in there like expecting everything the thing to be surfing exactly. Yeah exactly yeah give you so delicate before you were lance. What was the longest the relationship that you had? I think the longest one who's like nine months number and good at relationship. We've been together about her three almost four years. I think we'll congratulations. That's great Yes when I when I met Lance I was living with a woman and then before that I had a boyfriend for like a really brief time but it was like a rebound situation for that. It was like a nine month but it was long distance. It was like a really low commitment on perfect. Yeah so I was. I had to kind of when I met him I had to learn how to be sober and being a relationship that lasted longer than Luhrmann's a lot. Yeah and so like when I hit the nine month mark. I was waiting for him to break up with me or something hiding calendars it was just like okay. Something's GonNa Happen and then like nothing happened like well. We're still together so yeah things. Things were good ever suffer for anxiety. Yeah not so much anymore. I meditate a lot. You start doing that When I when I got sober I was meditating before like in therapy and stuff the therapies like a lot more effective when you're sober because it's easier to be honest? Yes sure be. Meditation helps a lot. It also. Oh helps like I have less panic attacks and haven't had one in a long time actually just kind of stops before they start. It also helps with anal like I tell people all the time like like fuck and meditate lake. It relaxes your mind on your muscles. Relax and everything so much. Easier works for every aspect to your life correct scenes as well sometimes like if I'm shooting for myself Like my own clip sites are then and also sometimes like when I'm on set I get to have a lot of creative input especially lately so that's been really fun eventually like to direct like my own features or something but I want to just do it for myself and like funded by myself. Sure that have complete control and no concern to get a budget from anybody the year like answer to. Oh I need this much for location like I just WanNa do what I want or certain scenes required when there's like a budget from coming for someone else like we need this this and this. Yeah like if if you're working for a company they're like okay now we need a squirting movie and oftentimes will give you a list of like who you can hire and I hear that all the a time like a lot of my friends are directors. Dude I wanNA hire you but like you're not on the list I got from the boss. That fucking sucks but whatever. There's a lot of restrictions sometimes right in foreign glances kind of Anomaly in that he does both gay and straight for anything in between yes right. That's right but that's not the common because there's still some phobias that people have about people don't understand how science works which is really sad. Vetted it is true but I think because he's so out there and like unapologetic about who he is and what he does. I've noticed like a lot of the stigmas breaking down a bit. There's been more and more like by performers late getting into the industry and doing their own things shooting their own by content or the crossing over to the industry shirts. It's less of a problem now so I hope like if we just normalized showed it. It'll get more accepted. I'm sure like ten years. It'll be a totally different situation. Hopefully anyway help so yeah. I love your twitter feed and there was a so I'm gonNA have to pull up a couple of them because again I would send them to take scraps very nice of you. Thank you my pleasure. Yeah I may have a folder on my phone of some of them If I can find my phone and so I've misplaced. The camera and my phone is that it is yet the where I was charging it. I think I have just a like a certain amount of brain capacity and then after that walk negated community they lost. I only have two brain cells occasionally they bounce into each other. Does that help or hurt. That's the question right truly inch what's got sober. Because you know what I mean you could really am working growing them. You like science stuff like numbers. You're into accounting. Yeah I thought porn was just GonNa be a way for me to pay for my degree and then I really liked doing important. I didn't want to go back to school. GET LIKE MY MASTERS AND BE A. CPA and stuff. Maybe I'll get back into that but I really like making my own hours and like Being able to take vacations and stuff and I just like being self employed it feels good and you also handle your on taxes and all that stuff though still with you. It's so much I she's easier that way. I don't like paying people to do stuff I can do. Brace off have you ever thought of Doing some kind of thing where you're the person that helps other porn performers to. I love that that was originally Michael Enright when I was getting into Webcam and stuff I was doing taxes for other cam girls but I I love working with people but I don't really like working with people if that makes the concept or and stuff that is so like a common sense to me like you're self employed save like at least like a third of what you make for taxes and incidentals and stuff I would do taxes for people like other came girls and stuff and they're like well. Why do I owe this much like? I thought you were getting me a refund. It's like yeah if you work like a W. Two job you get a refund refund girl you've made a thousand dollars a day like sticking dildos in your ass like the government wants money from that. Yeah they definitely do lake my for cancer. Whatever they don't like withhold your taxes for you know I am Adora and I have one question for you? It just always liked to know that ahead of time. What was the first PISS based scenario? You know the first one I I did I got waterboarded with Piss again jumping right into the surfing right into well. I was shooting asylum in the producer. He's like okay GAM bring you out here and like a couple months. We've time to plan stuff. Is there anything you want to do. I'm like well you know I've always been wanted to be waterboarded but I I feel like that's like entry level and like I like p why not just waterboard me with. He never actually been waterboarded with water. It's just been des- bodily bodily fluids. Yeah Okay Yeah and it really does feel like you're drowning but I'm glad I tried it once so like I know what it feels like. Yeah you know and then you yeah yeah some some stuff like you don't need to try again right But I'm glad I did in. I don't think that is available on the Internet anymore. The more I think he removed it because he was afraid of being arrested for obscenity charges. That's goes on right. Yeah so I guess. The loophole all is you should something really obscene but it has like a political or educational value. That's kind of more like a documentary. Goes I don't know right right so way we do now for a lot of stuff is we'll have like a dialogue before afterwards where we talk about stuff again like the king. Those are cool. In the first silently. Kind of Wax Philosophic and then throw some politics in there and then we're like okay. I think we got enough time. Yeah you know it's sometimes you see clips where there have a big intro by threesome. But they're not really doing the king king thing they're just talking saying their names. Remember seeing going like I don't know what's going on here is like five minutes and nonsense and I've been on sides. Where like they interview you you before? But it's not a sexy thing like at least for Kink I think because like I've shot with all the directors so many times like Oh. I'm just talking to a friend that I'm talking talking about the stuff I'm excited about doing. And then afterwards were reminiscing on the exciting things we did. It's like very horny. Mostly your new drywall. All year I like to be at least you WANNA be comfortable. Yeah but they make me take like my my ropes off. They're like no. You can't be tied right up in the interview. They'll think holding you against your show you like to be held against your will and in the right circumstance right the ropes stances. I always like being Tied up like some people are Super Fetish e about like restraints though. Yeah like do the tie this do not on. I duNNo. Now I'm like I don't know if it's the right person doing it. I'm cool but like it feels rough and it's like splintering and you get like little rope fibers everywhere can get a rope burn. Your that doesn't sound terrific fun cherry saying something about like having a dead arm for you can get a dead arm. It's not always the most comfortable. It's not supposed to be comfortable. Well that's true too right. How much of when you're in a bondage situation are are you enjoying not enjoying it or just enjoying it it depends on it? Depends who I'm working for like nowadays. I'm really picky with WHO WHO I do. Bondage type scenarios like pretty much only for kink because I trust everybody there think of his last summer I was in a hip suspension with A rope around my neck with a bowling ball hanging from it whilst So to just break a hip suspension would be that the primary suspension is just a roger hips. So yes I'm I'm kind of falling or leaning backwards with a rope attached to my neck with the bowling ball hanging from it. And if you don't know what you're doing that could very easily kill somebody but like the stricter. JP The pope mccollum. Like I trust him with my life so of course. Of course you can do this stuff to me and it's very freeing to allow yourself to be a bit scared but it's also comforting like I know it'll get to like ninety. Nine embiid will never get till bygone hundred worth dangerous so sure just letting somebody else take care of you and take care of the situation and trusting like them in. It's it it takes a lot to get to that point CANUTE'S IT super invigorating. I like that La Susannah big Aspect of medium like giving up control will But also what's really interesting is the Saab is pretty much always in control. They can or they should be able to stop the scene and you should be the code. You have like your list of things. You're not okay with an eye on the list of things that I don't like doing but I like to be threatened with the cattle prod like I've cattle prided myself in. It doesn't bother me but for some reason. The idea of somebody else cattle prodding me it scares me but but so like JP. He knows I'm terrified of the cattle prod. He'll turn it on and get really close to me and I start crying even though I know like in my head like never in a million years is he actually GonNa Cattle pod me. He's like I'm in a cattle prod your pussy unlike. Just start crying and like I'm so scared it makes me really horny and then I come real easily and then Like the cameras. Stop Rolling in like that was so funny I just like Kinda I feel very lucky. I can like pop into pop back out of it I don't know it's really cool. So it's like the through of a horror movie movie type of like you're watching the movie you allow yourself to be scared you know like the monsters not GonNa come through your TV and get you but like you're still suspending disbelief for that moment and allowing yourself to get to that mental plane. When was the first time that you discovered that sort of thing was in a scene or was it in personal play I had done some stuff like with Partners before getting into the industry but neither of US sir very experienced Cut stuff just like Restraints or just like heavy play like I'm like getting slapped opt around a bit and like getting my ass fisted and stuff by my I like foray into lake being tied up and like doing everything super properly like wasn't porn porn and I I feel really blessed for that like everything's always been like pretty safe and with kink right. It seems like that was started. Started yet they like raised me. Basically basically my family at this point of every story of heard about king dot com his physically similar. Yeah yeah they have like the most like outstanding reputation Russian and Since my second seen ever was for them and I pretty much always shot for them like my whole career. I kind of hold every set to their standard heard of sure how model should be treated and how things should be conducted so I think like if I started out doing like really shitty stuff like I would just expect like garbage from everybody. This is how it should be but supposed to suffer and But since I know like okay I don't have to stay in for this. I have rights sir. I felt like I was able to assert myself more TA I had a lot more protection and confidence like going into situations nhs and knowing like okay. This isn't normal. I can say no to this or I can wash but not everybody. Has that experience. It can be really hard to speak up and a lot of people do have that fear of speaking up. I saw you post something that I can't quote offhand. About the importance of advocating for yourself in situations. Yeah it's very important and You know I understand. It's a fine line like you like there's been times I've done stuff. I wasn't exactly keen on doing doing when I needed to pay rent. Sometimes you can be afraid to advocate for yourself because you're worried that you're going to get branded handed a diva like director's going to tell all these people that I'm like difficult to work with. I'm high maintenance Fussy or I'm not going to get paid or something roar. Things are going to get worse for me because I have complained like you don't really know but yet it's better in the long run to just like not put up with bullshit because then than people realize like oh I can't like make other models put up with bullshit right as right yeah. We set a standard for everyone else. That way like you call them out. If it's a bully your whatever you call them out and then they're less likely to just do it so easily totally. Were you ever on a set where there was stuff going on some bullshit and he had to sort of call a stop to it of it. Sounds like you've mostly worked with great people at Kingston Cetera. But Yeah I've had to stop some scenes before and then they had a talk with like the crew and staff and I'm like tale precede lake under these conditions and I've had stuff happen. Like right One time like something really bad happened like right before a scene But we had shot all this other stuff like many days of dialogue like before the actual scene. Sorry I felt like I'm really fucking over the production. Like if I just cancel the scene they have to reshoot all this stuff and it's GonNa Class on the bench of any soza between Iraq and a hard place. Sure so I was like okay. I'll get through the scene and then I'll tell the director and everybody afterwards and then everything was like okay. It was just I was kinda miserable. Th Yeah Yeah but she figured for yeah good yeah and then they really maybe maybe brand Jewish something if you tell you what was dating like before you were with Lance because two performers being together. It's a wonderful thing I imagine and we have an understanding with each other. That is maybe not as common as it should be with. People are dating performers. Did you ever have any issues with people you worth before. Yeah a bit so right before I was dating lance I was dating Another actress and things were great with her. Just we didn't work out Then before her the last couple people I dated were cool at first and then very jealous and didn't have a problem with knee spending spending like my sex money on them to buy them shit but they had a problem with how I was making. The money didn't want me to do certain things didn't want me to like flirt with people on my social media where I kind of have to be flirty on social media like it's weird like it's twitter and instagram and everything it's become so important important with porn because you have to create this persona and make people think you're horny all the time. I'm horny like a lot but not all the time like I'm going to Iky later. It'd be whole a uniform on appropriate to horny though I was interested in getting into porn for like I got on when I was twenty and I thank a few years before that I started like considering it is like a a fun like life path take and I would tell this to my partner is it's like oh I think I wanNA start Webcam Inger. I'd like to do scenes like I love watching this performer. She seems like she's having a lot of fun. And well I'd be jealous like if other people were jerking off to you and it's like if you have a picture of your face on facebook lakes eastern like it doesn't matter like I dunno that shit matters to be But seinfeld like I couldn't explore stuff as soon as I wanNA ambassador. I think if I would have gotten into porn right when I was eighteen I would've made even poor decisions than I already got. I went to college a little bit. I sure yes. Sometimes things just happened with their seven at the time. We're supposed to happen soon although it is funny people's hangups about this idea of what might happen. It's more that fear thing It makes me think of the situation where you know me. Or maybe someone someone else was cheated on an emotional sense and then after that the concept of not being monogamous which is how I currently aren't living. My life is much more sensible. Because you're like Y Yeah I've tried monogamy loads of times and and it just doesn't work for me. Lake boozed as a work for some people. Yeah just because they're popular totally I. I've noticed like that becoming more of a socially acceptable thing. So I think that's really cool me too and it. It just makes things so much easier when you're doing porn like of course like you're GonNa be like attracted to other people like I wouldn't be doing porn if I wasn't like I've only attracted to my husband but go there and just get through. It looks good on miserable. Way To live in not attracting everybody at work with but I really enjoy having sex right. I love my job so other job I it would be silly to deprive myself if that joy I think a lot of people are held off from that just because of this notion that things could go wrong. Yeah and I find like if you're trying to keep your partner from doing stuff it comes from from A.. Place not all the time but a lot of times from jealousy insecurity and you WANNA have agency over that person that's true. It's like every time I've wanted somebody to be completely devoted to me. It's because I want to control them wasn't because like an my feelings were getting hurt. But that's because I'm an insecure prison. There's nothing wrong with being jealous. You just got to work through it. Yeah that's true. In a Lotta Times people make the mistake thinking that other people's emotions are their job the ride 'cause that's almost codependency which is an easy thing for office to fall into a lot of us get the notion either sold to us or we buy into it depending on. Who's whoever wants to take the cup ability that we are solely responsible for someone else's feelings and we're not in? It's a lot of responsibility to ask somebody Eddie and also a lot of responsibility to expect one person to fulfil all your emotional and sexual desires. It's like you have different different types of friends like you unfriendly go bike riding with you. One friend you go to the movies with it can be the same like in a romantic and sexual sense definitely can and should I mean sort of new to the whole idea in the last two years of a couple things but retaliate to grow exactly exactly right but it's been really good. It's funny because you mentioned before about Realizing you were by or whatever likely to rise I was a little later but it was It's good you know it's a good thing. It Fun Fun. Yeah what was a childhood like for you It was not that great now. Do we can talk more about it or not. Depending depending on our we can touch on a little bit so there is this stereotype of you know. All porn performers and sex workers become from broken homes and we're like victims of abuse and staff or we were diddled as kids getting gidell's diddled as adults And like I had like my first year of abuse abuse and stuff like I Grew up with very alcoholic violent mother and I think that's might be where I get. My alcoholism farmer could be genetic could could be not. It's hard to determine that stuff but it certainly doesn't help me. Yeah so I grew up. I was in foster care for bed and it was kicked out Outta my first high school and things were tough but I don't WanNa let that define me like I've seen people who they kind of base their identity around. Ah and have like a victim mentality but I've done like so much like hardcore like MDR therapy and all the stuff to get past my PTSD. I feel like it's they made me like a lot stronger as a person and it kind of forced me to mature as a kid like really fast that might be. Why such a fetish for old men? Today I don't know you could be. Yeah how old do you like old men when you say at least fifty. My husband's forty forty and I'm just waiting. Don't die you're forgetting it. Yeah I think that was another reason. I didn't really like guys is when I was younger I was in high school league. Teenage boys or grows teachers were like handsome but they're all like married and that's gross and I was underage and stuff I didn't really have any I. I was always watching like a ton of porn putting things my ass like but ah I never like. I didn't my first kiss until I was like sixteen. It was funny like we ended up not dating or anything but she was like very nice and then like a year later later I tried the sex thing and I don't know how I feel about this night. Tried it with a girl. I'm like okay. This is better and then like I tried it in my ass. I'm like okay I think dictaphone the close. Yeah I think all those things that you talk about even touching on in childhood so you have a very serene presence thank you. You're welcome. And he seemed very zen is not the right word. But I don't know a better one for it so I'm GonNa go with that. You're welcome present present and I guess Serena back to Serene and so it's nice to see that knowing that there was some not so fun times some troubled times you know what I mean. It's definitely taken some time to get to this place like I feel like I'm really calm like I was saying before. Like I don't get angry really but I used used to be such a frigging frazzled. Like anxious like ball of nerves and I was just a nervous wreck all the freaking out crying all the time and you have slightest thing would set set you off and I just Kinda let things like run off my back like water. Do not a lot of stuff really bothers me much more peaceful way to live. Definitely I mean I still struggle with anxiety from time to time these hugues like a three day thing or twelve hours but I was telling a friend the other day who after I was talking through one of them with and I was like but the thing is that used to be like three to seven days. Now it's like a twelve hour it gets easier. Yeah and I just. I consider them like mental head colds. Good way to look at it. 'cause it's like a bit of an illness I think we should treat it just like we treat like the cold like it's it's very normalized. I think so too ways we can an attack it there are and also being candid with your friends and be like I'm really fucked up today or like. I'm really not having a good one a good way to do it because it's very easy to say of do. Good things are great. Yeah but then like you know your friends you hear that from you all the time. They're like well. I must not be normal time. Well that's the other anything more than a bad. That's true like the more we talk about the stuff. Some of the things I love talking about on the show about you know having bad times and everything because we all do and like the more we talk about it the better is yet. I found it better for me. And all that. What's your favorite like garbage food? I love like anything chocolate before taping right before the tape. I hit a bunch of chocolate ice cream with Browning's on top in a bull that was like a waffle bowl dipped in chocolate. And sprinkles. That's faster yeah I love like anything cheesy and carby like Mac and cheese sauce night. I'd three dinners yesterday. Oh good for you. I had them Chinese food than I had Sushi. And then I had hat MAC and cheese and the seventy about it was a good day and I Love Pizza Hut a pizza. You have special favourite I love like New York style pizza. Sir I don't really like a whole lot of meat on it but I like them like cheese. I like Pineapple sometimes shoot me. Some people are very angry about people flip out of a public like listen. Hawaiian pizza is fantastic. The the people who like pineapple were nonviolent. We don't attack people for their pizza. Choice yeah you know what you're right. We're very tolerant. Yeah hit like do you you want to do. You don't like pineapple on your pizza like nobody says that no right. It's ridiculous people who have said that before slight issue with them. Yeah Brian. Mata said that I don't now people get very parochial about certain things hotdogs you can only have mustard or whatever the fuck you on on a thing cleaned right Mayo Mayo whatever you want. I don't care I don't care it doesn't bother me. I don't have my life I don't have to eat it now. Adam really care thing. Yeah that's how I feel about people's kinks two-thirds it's like people get so pissed off. They do what are some of the ones that people flip out about. I'll people get so mad at me about the P. thing like really get sick and it's like you only get sick if you drink too much. How much is too much? Pe- you know. Ah I can't quantify like the one dude. He had subscribed to might only fans. I only fans page reports. What's the address by the way DOT COM Slash Goths Charlotte in for twelve twelve? Ninety nine you can watch videos me taking giant Dixon my badge drinking or just like hanging out. I do a lot of public nudity stuff so I post like thought staff and cool. ooh It's it's like an an naked patron I love that. Yeah see STU like. He was so angry that he paid like twelve ninety nine. I have like a couple of hundred videos on there at least like of me doing other stuff. It's like if you don't like the P.. One like scroll down like the one underneath is me sucking Dick Though one underneath underneath that is like meeting like fuck like just choose your flavor like I trusted in the caption like you chose to click on it. But he's like you're so disgusting Blah Blah Blah and it's I literally have like a urinal tattooed on my inner lip. Like don't act surprise. I drink a little pissed space. Yeah I've done that. He'd be surprised because he had to go through a couple of steps to sign up for your fancy like you must be new here. Yeah exactly he wasn't. Yeah he was not well served kept saying I'm a non subscribe unsubscribe and then he wasn't I think he was still jerking awfully cores days. One of the tension. It sounds like and so many people do. It's it's funny sorry. I try not to even respond to that. Reactionary staff have because people will often times. They'll fain like outraged shaw and then they'll be really mean and then as soon as you give them attention they you flip the script and are really nice and they love you and everything peculiar so it's like okay. Here's the attention you ordered. But as I don't want to give people the satisfaction running a that becomes a strange cycle to to know when to limit the interaction. Every porn performer gets this. But you must get some strange fan approaches approaches at conventions and stuff I've been like I usually you the last time like I brought a bodyguard. Like a mix It's been a lot easier but people will say really bizarre things to you in person. Sure like it's less of an extent as they say on the Internet. Like some of the stuff I am like. You wouldn't say this if you were standing face to face with me. But a lot of people like they they don't get quite to that level but people really pop off at the mouth. Okay okay which is jarring because kind of weird about energy and like what's the purpose of that season so it's so strange. Do you like the conventions of otherwise though is trying like it. Like a for all the weird people my really nice fans Make it worth it like this past EXOTICA. A one fan begins. She's really sweet. I hope she's hearing this but she like. She has me touch you owner arm. She liked brought me like a coyote skull and like a dead. I'd like taxidermy doubling. And the first time she might be she started crying. And my God. You're so sweet and there's people are so dedicated and they like see you at every event and like bringing gifts and they keep up with your life. They're like Oh house like your family like they can watch all your stuff for free but they'll still buy a DVD to support US zero. It's becoming an archaic thing so that that kind of stuff like I always have to bring a a big suitcase because people just give me so much staff. It's so sweet to think about like these people traveled like such a long way and they like had to carry like all this stuff which the convention and stay line forever and then you find you wait in line to see you and then So I just think that's really sweet is wonderful. I had my first experience drag con Last last year and now I'm going to be doing the one in London and I'm really excited of doing a panel with Sophie Anderson so fan of her videos so so fucking funny. They're so great aren't they. He's like I'm on my way to look some pussy trapping in the car. Today's latest photo either uninsured twitter to Lincoln's Kerlin some lady's lap and she's the best. She's the Best I love that. She just doesn't give affect no she doesn't and she's such a ball white too. I'm hoping that she comes I. La Sometime soon. I Wanna Mir. Oh Yeah and you to get along. Great you to come to a drag com- if you go I like I've heard some the the lines are long but I I feel like I'd have to pick like one or two people a really WanNa me and just devote that but there are some people in like would just flip out over meeting so that not really cool and I don't know what the panel situation is on the L.. A. One but if they're open to doing something about porn and you guys are here or something like that here is a here. Carr's out of my mind. I don't remember that unless Angeles I was so confused. I was at the table Brag. Alex traveling so much that someone was looking for weed and I go up. Sure one of her friends has some from an ago it. We're in California. We can write Long Beach. Where in Long Beach I? I have a suitcase with so I think overseas but anyway yeah. We'll talk more about that. said the fans are really incredible. I had a hot dog club meet at London which was gray and of the gifts. Were just unbelievable. The cards that are so nice. They're wonderful as interesting thing. I saw panel with Whitney Cummings and Paul Scheer and they were talking about how in today's sort of media landscape. People either know what you had for lunch. They have no idea who you are. Yeah nothing in between exactly yeah You really have to put yourself out on social media like I have such such a love hate relationship with it because I don't want to curate my persona like a plan. I don't really have a brand like it's just me doing porn. It's it's like an extension of like the sweatier parts of me and then I put like my hobbies and stuff out there but that helps to solidify the brand. Actually because of the name Got Charlotte as well. I didn't mean to cut you off but the but also because he put your interest out there I I find that even like with the show me at the beginning starting to talk about movies movies and all that stuff. It's sort of like did its own curation if you will oh totally get. It's just so much harder to pretend to be. He's somebody else you might as well. Just be yourself and the people I've noticed who are so preoccupied with making this persona and And creating this personality instead of just having their own personality displaying their genuine interests. They don't do as well as the people who were just being but yet again with the social media it's crazy. 'cause I go to work. I try to put my phone down and not be on my phone all day because it's unprofessional. I get distracted. The day drags on. But if you're not like taking selfies like working with this person today people ask me like federal post for a few days early care. You retired no like I have. I work like all the time lake. Sometimes like they'll be stretches in like busier months where I'm working like every single dairy if it's not for another company it's for myself like I I we stay busy. You're editing or doing something Begets tough and then twitter. It's like Lincoln for porn so I don EJ. And I much prefer that way because you've had bad times with agents in early days right. Yeah I had an agent for like maybe a week curse. Oh and it was just. I don't WanNa get into a okay. Sure yeah terrible. It's like glorified pimp great quotas just another other person getting in between you and your money right like I always say like if you're sucking one hundred percent on the Dick so why would you give them ten or fifteen percent of the money. They're not even holding your hair back or anything shit like a brain dead monkey could answer the phone. Send an email and manage a google calendar and wake up in time to go to work. And that's really all you have to do right right. That's true another aspect that I liked it. That's making me think of is how hands on and One man band being porn performer is You mentioned during the day and I know Lance does as editing right now and so you shoot and do everything what. What's the shoot? Look like when you're doing one of your own shoots like. Do you have a camera person. Are you doing the camera. Or what are the variance. It though it depends like I hold camera for my friends ally just like doing it Just depends what I'm doing if I'm doing like only fan staff. Sometimes I'll have a friend like all hire them told camera or sometimes we'll just the phones are getting so sophisticated now. You can just set it up on a trotter. We were talking about before the new things gals will pocket. That's the PUCK. I shot a scene on one of those recently wiry so cool but yes. So what's been really interesting in to see is how the landscape of porn has changed with so much of the technology. Everything is becoming so much more accessible for the average person Cam Girls and content creators. Like they don't have to leave the house and they make a lot more money than some of us. Oh I wanna work with this person. You don't have to wait to get booked them. You can message them on twitter and ask. Hey do you wanna she only fans go to their house and you fuck them and you fill it on your own own and then you both put them videos on your only fans and you both make money screwed yet so much easier than you can wear whatever you want. You don't have to you. Say Stupid Lines. If you don't want to. If you're like doing your own like you can write your own script and like all the editing software the orioles. There's all kerns of flake we can do everything ourselves. And there's no excuse not to and not sure your own content because we don't get residuals when we do scenes right shark shark but The only fans is great. Like I wake up in the morning and I check my bank and there's money in that I got when I was sleeping from like an anal scene I did. I'd like a year ago. Like people are so watching stuff so it's really cool. That's great through parallel with podcast and patriots. Stuff I'm always happy to hear that always like when people control the means of production season means of production. Yes exactly right. Are you big into philosophy because of the name Sar tre or SAR are Sartre. Would you like to say both of them right. I go back and forth to confuse. People love that. Because it's still I I wanted. I do like reading philosophy. I'm not like a philosophy nerd buying means like I have a casual interest in But I love reading a love lake all kinds of literature and stuff and Sorry isn't I don't even like my favorite but it just fit like I. I kind of had this. I didn't expect like my porn to really like Pan Out long-term so I wanted to pick like a Dushi kind of pretentious name so I'm a big fan of Sasha Grey and she got her last name came from the picture of Dorian Gray so she is a bit into existential ism and she took a Selfie with his book called like existentialism from Dostoevsky to start and guys on like four championship. The always reporter shreds like look at the Su until actual whore more like you think you can read a book Suck Dick at the same time. But you're like creating this buzz around her so people are like curious. Look her up in there while she you can take a deck. She's super hot so I just kind of expected that to happen and it totally fucking worse yes. People are fucking stupid. They are like people just hate women and like hate women having an interest in things like like a guy can have like a casual. Like I'm just speaking in generalities I'm not trying to be like Miss Andrews or anything but like a dude can have like a casual interest in video games like I was playing Sky Room like when you knocked on the door but like if I post having like an interest in video games people are like oh well. You're not a real gamer. Whatever and it's like I don't claim to be you're like I post that by the way that's boring or like I pressed about like? Oh I read this book and people were like. Oh well you didn't really understand the concept of that one like like you're not allowed to have a casual like interest in things and just take things at face value and enjoy things for the sake of consuming like a product run around but I think like with dudes like that's a lot more accepted like girls we have this Like I'm speaking in generality. This is very true. This is very very true. We have this This magnifying lens like placed on us. So we just thought it would be funny to like see like what Sh- people talk and of course they did but then like Unlike the literature like board on four Chan and stuff. You're but then people like it's like some hateful shit with like a hot selfie of me and people are like. Oh who's that and then. They searched me on porn hub. In that I get ad revenue so subtle works. How does that work with Porno? Because or youth porn etcetera because they're essentially free clips lips and I know that free clips are a problem in general right with porn but you do get ad revenue because of the searches. Yeah so the way I see see it like if you can't beat them join them before. I really had like a porn web presence. People didn't really know about me because and I'm guilty the of this to like before I like realize like Oh like most people aren't getting paid for their porn videos because it stolen content. Like I thought that's just how you consume porn. Sure right yes like kids who grew up with spotify have no conception about like by a record or right right and like at my friends who extreme their stuff stuff on spotify or have their stuff available to stream on spotify. They're making like pennies just like I am with Porna- but Get you can have some videos that are lake. You know available for purchase outright and then some things Were you get paid like purview. But it's such a small percentage. Sure her like I have. Maybe I think I have at the moment like seventy thousand subscribers on porn hub. Like the last video I I put up. I think it has like thirty. Three thousand views afar this was like went up. Maybe a couple of weeks ago I make like a little under five hundred a month on habits. It's not going crazy a laugh because it's crazy so easy but my only fans I have like about three hundred subscribers on there and like at twelve ninety nine per person like it really adds up so it's great but I would have a lot more money. Fight solely focused on that but like to have A presence like you have to have stuff available for Theresa you'll find you but then What I've discovered is it's like this with bands to like bell streaming album on spotify but though by the t shirt yes yes I don't watch me for free on porn? But then they'll buy the t shirt to show their friends like doc. I jerk off to her that I bought the t shirt. That's right now. Do you have a one t shirt rider. More a couple thinking of doing more. You should love love the one. That's the picture of you acting as the Ashtray thinks that win was. I didn't really expect that one to like popoff so hard not to toot my own horn or anything but I was shooting with a friend that day and we were doing all this crazy stuff we were lighting should on fire like stuff that was very like high energy like high effort and and then at the end of the day like I was like oh so tired and was laying in bed was with a couple of girls. They started smoking cigarettes. I'm like you can ask that in my mouth if you want. My friend took a picture and then he signed the rights over to me and the rest is the street and then like eight people tattooed that like a sauce. On Your instance stories. Right come after that started happening I was like well. People like this Image and Affleck to get it tattooed on them like maybe people by a t shirt and that's like my bestselling one. Wow cool so that's been really cool. I have like a few sales every day when I I like put him out. I I sold like a lot like the emails were non stop was really cool. It's really interesting to see the things that people are willing to pay for and not willing to pay for it. It's so important to keep up up with trends and social media helps a lot with that and I think being again person also helps like I'm I'm in touch with what the young people are buying. I enjoy social media and the trends in the same way I love like taking on phrases that are Trauma and stuff. It's lots of fun. I think it's very much such a mindset. Yeah you can stay with long as you go or that old thing about what the people like I think older Comedians Comedians. Who can roll with that nut? Carl Reiner I can't remember exactly he'd be a good one for you. The hot for Carl Reiner. He's well fifty Mel Brooks Brooke. Something Yeah I think. A lot of dudes like don't really get hot until they're fifty like I remember like growing up all the girls who like. Oh my God Brad Pitt is so hot. I'm like what do you mean just looks like a normal man. Like I don't have a concept of what man's attractiveness is or. I don't all the time I think I'm getting better. But it's like a Foreign Schuerholz area like I don't know what may taste is but then like he I just saw that once upon a time in Hollywood movie movie and he's like fifty five and I'm like what did I not before he's like very because he's fifty five. That's the magic combination of factors. So much that you liked the scene on the roof when he's fixing the antenna. Yeah but I think Tarintino like that even more than I did I would that the why would it be that a lot of feet feet and the feet. But I think he's become so self aware of that I think that's why he put like the dirty awake feet. I think so too scenes really long like with the feet and along when I was I watched that movie a couple times and theaters and more of the light horny. gasps on the during the shirtless Brad Pitt senior men and women. I thought at the at the arclight and he was definitely split. Yeah I missed the earthquake so much I used to I would walk over there and see movies all be sure. Did you ever go to the new beverly. I haven't yet okay when you come to L. A.. You have to. It's my excuse me as listeners. Know it's my favorite theater. One of my favorite places in the world and it's Tarantino's and There's still screening once upon a time in Hollywood. I want to see it so there again. Yeah I love that movie so much. It's great like I didn't like it so much the first time the second time I appreciate it more Elliot's so many any cool Movie Event Sokaia used to go to like thirty five millimeter screenings of things all the time like my movies saw baby driver with a Q.. And A. by Edgar Right Bowl and then I saw like a thirty five millimeter midnight screening of taxi driver and they had He was a minor character. But one of the cab cab drivers for which Peter Boyle or the guy who played doboy okay. I don't mean I can't remember Oh it extracts your favorite movie right one of my favorites I kind of go back and forth. But a Lotta stuff from the era to the what about taxi driver. Is it that you think that it's an unreliable narrator the two left the greediness and I love how. You're not really sure what the ending is. But it's so up for interpretation and it's it's not considered a fantasy movie but I think it is. It's like the Travis Nichols Hero. Fantasy right it's almost a fantasy in the way that like not quite like fight club. There's something ended about alien nation and also the male psyche. Yes it's like. It's more of a movie about his own brain than like what's happening around him right exactly and also it's so uncomfortable to watch in the scenes with cybill shepherd when it sweat past the point so I read somewhere. I'm not sure if this is true or not but I read that Deniro had Asked her out on a date like real life and then she turned him down. I don't know if that was before. Okay yeah filming. But I'm sure that didn't help us. Especially because he he used all that part of the yeah I remember Thinking about the alienation at it is so intense and also that whole thing of getting her our screwed. You'd have you ever been. Have you ever had been a nocturnal person or yeah like especially coming back from Europe like Even when I'm there it's early difficult because I I have to wake up so early. I'm hanging out with people late at night so I'm not sleeping at all and I don't know what's going on and then I come back home and I'm waking up and starting earning my day like four in the morning. Jetlag it'd be getting exhausted midday in a d take a nap or do you power through how do you do. Sometimes the NAP fucks you up. Says sometimes sometimes it's it's better to power through it but then I when I was working at a strip club I had like a nocturnal stripper hours. Sure it super isolating because the rest of the world is doing things not at the time. You're doing things run eh to just from adrenaline. Even if there wasn't substances involves the comedown from performing until what four in the morning. Oh yeah I would usually like wrap up around four and then I would be home at like four thirty or five and then like you get a denny's or something and then the sun's coming up and now it's time to put a bed tied into taxi driver. I think it's on the album. That Travis gives the civil shepherd character Sunday morning coming down by Kris Kristofferson. A huge Chris Christopherson Fan as well. I don't know that it doesn't really not that pertinent. But that's the show you've heard it. Oh you mentioned taxidermy before and you are a taxidermist right yes Before I got into porn actually A took it up as a hobby. And it's Kinda my dream to someday stopped performing as much and just make money off taxidermy. But it's a really hard way to make a living and I I wouldn't be able to keep up the same lifestyle Eh. Well certainly hours would be different. You do you make money from taxidermy. I think there's more money in teaching for sure. You can travel around the country and had little workshops and teach people how to do things where it's really easy for you to get the materials like say Okay okay I'M GONNA teach everybody how to Mount Ararat or a rabbit something you can you can order them frozen online wholesale prices and then You you can host it like an urban beer like a buddy's house I'll give you a free lesson if we can use your kitchen table and Just travel around doing that at like two or three hundred bucks ahead like minus cost of materials. It really adds up yes selling pieces. It's so labor labor intensive and how sorry to cut you off with. How long would it take to do a piece to do a rabbit like if you're really paying attention to the details that can take like five or six hours sometimes like eight hours? The pinning takes the longest to pin it to the surfaces. Or what and you just pat and whatever position you want it to be but there's so many details with a rabbit you have to tape. If the ears into the position you want because otherwise when they dry they crinkle on like you have to put pins like in the lips so that the lips and cheeks leaks and everything or position correctly and in is key put the fake is in the is like it's if the eyes are fucked up. Everything looks sure so much of personality in the eyes and Painting or something which is our fucked up to be completely symmetrical anatomically correct and that so difficult I can imagine. Yeah so you could spend like an hour just fucking God. I got to put the Clinton here this eyelid is two millimeters lower than this one. And this whole thing's fucked up it gets. It's a huge pain in the ass and then get if you're a hunter or something something you take. Let's say I don't know a deer mouse to taxidermist. They can be so backed up that it takes like a year for you to get your shit back so I think thank you. You're doing pieces like it's much better to do something like really small cell. The shadow them something like really like Gimmicky but cute a- sure that always works like Like oh I'm selling little nicer dressed up as like leather daddy's though that's a really good idea. Do it like 'cause that could take like like a smaller. Things usually not always but usually take less time to do so. Okay I got something small. It's not taking taking up all the space in my freezer. I can ship them out. It's cheap to ship them because it's a small things I can crank them out But Yeah I think most of the people. I talked to teach like make more money than people who are just producing and like if you're teaching one on one apprenticeship from taxidermist it can cost upwards of twelve thousand dollars or you go to a taxidermy school for like six weeks or something that type of instruction it thousands and thousands of dollars. So it's the teachers are making a lot. They definitely were. You taught yourself walk me through to yourself how to do that I will. I took I've taken a couple classes but mostly the Internet is great. There's a lot the free resources on taxidermy. Not Dot net is great. There's so many threads people made like Hey Like I've always had weird pets so I had a pet the bearded dragon. Who passed away? I don't like I wonder if I could mount her. I can show you her after jess not buried. Can we take video of you bring sweater and seeing whether or not. It's a little messy in their swallow. You'll pre I I think it might have left my Osmo pocket in Uber Uber. But at least it wasn't wasn't a taxi that's good. The Guy was nice guy was nice so I'll call him and I'll figure it out I'll figure it out. Yeah because it's got me appears the door joking around on it. I need that but it will be final circa. Yeah I'll hope you if you need 'em thank you so I was looking on the forum I just typed in like bearded dragon insurance. If somebody's like hey. I hadn't seen any guides on how to do this. So here's how I did my bearded dragon and I'm like great like I can buy those types of Glass is from the store and I can get these chemicals and Blah Blah so a lot of stuff as you just figured out yourself it's cool it's very diy yet super diy and very goth. Thank you. You're welcome now. In terms of Goth music and goth culture What do you remember for getting into Goth stuff? Also if you want another water we can pause for a second. I think I'm good. I'll probably P. and then get more water Yeah Yeah I don't know if I was a kid like I listen to my mom like used to be a biker. So she was into style co workers. LISTEN TO I. Listen David Bowie in like led Zeppelin and stuff like that type of biker. That makes that clarifies for me. That's that kind of bunker that banker Beyond I think when I was like in middle school or something I listened to a Lotta. Mo Stuff 'cause that was very popular at the toes and then I Dunno I started listening to Bow House and Christian dads and all that really like that I could go to any of the house reunion. Shows haven't yet I heard didn't appear Murphy have a heart attack. He did like a couple months ago. Yeah he's had a wild few years right. He's he converted to Islam. Started Smoking Meth. No I know it's inquired Peter Murphy. He's GonNa make that happen. Yeah and the thing that always a resident resonates thing. I always remember from from that bus is he was in like a Subaru. which is the last card ever expect Peter Murphy to be it unguarded if God and I think it was like a greenish greenish Like he's he's still my hero. He's really cool. He's super cool like adamant about living in Turkey in like yeah. He's is just doing his own thing. Yeah we're he's much cooler than all of us. Thank let him do his math. Whatever yes whatever? He wants so bow Christian death in ninety one year Bowie Fan as well right love Bowie annual. I Love I listen a lot of the typical stuff they would like joy division they. They're not not really goth but Yeah Everbody Sisters Mercy. All SCHERF loose new Laura. A lot of black metal currently owe the coup I I don't know the genre that well so am I love dark thrown Everybody likes mayhem. Everyone's problematic favors burdensome problematic outta cocoa. Well so it's a one man deal and he murdered The dude from mayhem and then He. He went to jail for a little bit. But it's Norway so they don't really punish people that's severely. They put him in like an Iky decorated room. Like here's some synthesizers. Like you just think about what he was like making dungeons and which is like It's like medieval sounding synthesizer sympathizer music. It's like a SPA from black metal which I listened to a lot of that too. I like ambient instrumental stuff So he gets it's out and then he's become this Like basically a Neo Nazi dude and this problematic the youtube channel where. He's explaining like super like pseudoscience things like you know people people from From Nordic countries can see better in the dark because for Blue Eyes. And it's like that's not how is work at all. The people are like believing leaving it. Like okay I can see that in. Its you know you put something on the Internet. Long enough Yeah well believe it but sue people are so angry about him in being racist and stuff that they forget he murdered somebody. I guess that's a good plan. If you want people to forget you murdered someone ranking. You'll racist racist uses in. It's like neither acceptable but less acceptable. It's a really good point. Actually so I have this shirt I you just got it I really love it and it's It's a picture of Morrissey also love but also wall less maybe less product the other guy picture of more seen than underneath it says my own personal burdensome sneaky way of saying like I listened to both of these musicians but I don't want people to know about it that's right it gives like hiding in plain sight with them. That's good nick. Cave had a quiet also load He had some interesting points to say about about this. It's like when somebody makes the music. And I'm like paraphrasing it. He said this hell of a lot more eloquently. He's like I listen to a song it becomes like it was made for me. It's completely removed from the artists. Right so I think that's such a cool way to look at things like I still watch movies. Kevin in spacing says yeah. Can't stop well if you remove like everybody who's ever done something horrible lives like you won't be able to interact actress anybody or do anything though. That's true everything's canceled. This episode is brought to you by patriots dot com slash creggan friends in cooperation with ONLY FANS DOT COM Slash Charlotte wholesome content for your ears. Wholesome content for your eyes so like we were mentioning Peter Murphy so oh God he can do stuff? That's not often. It becomes Scott's feel about a lot of them Yusuke. Listen to like I love hip hop in our and be like I love usher. I love Vam. I love brother Lin. Chong and Kool Keith. And three six mafia and stuff and I Love Whitney Houston. She's like especially Goth because she died and man. She had such a crazy mix of sorrow and unrequited love. Oh totally they are and more and more of that stuff keeps coming out and it's like especially heart wrenching. The gothic subculture is an interesting one because people are such periods in gatekeepers about it. It's like you can listen to like other stuff and still be goff like nobody's really got anymore like the eighties are gone right right. There's no sense of keeping keeping to the strict rules about stuff. It makes Sohan Fun. Yeah it's not fun like to say okay. This is what I WANNA be. A part of this is my personality. These are the things things I'm allowed to listen to and this is what I'm allowed to wear. It's very limiting. Do you ever get any kind of bullshit about that from people a little bit it but I think once like you stop caring so much you kind of give off the air of like not carrying. Yeah that's really true and a really good point for listeners. To who have maybe some issues about being there. Full true express itself in general. Yeah I get a people will comment like on my stuff like Oh. She's not really God because I wasn't wearing black in that same had read on In it's it's really daily like I can be cost like outside of porn. I can't dress like I really want address in the porn because I'm hired to do a job in the script says this this. These are the wardrobe choices they gave me sure. And I'm stuck with that and also like you don't have to like I don't have to be fucking wearing black lips sake sake all day. Everything like that's annoying. Yeah right executive. After this little one look again. It'd be dull the we've talking about your only fans and you were talking about the more dominant imminent such to in the end is evolving and pegging. Yeah I do that. I've moved all that stuff to my clips for sale. I kind of have to divide up the things I do. So when I was putting dom stuff and fetish stuff on my only fans I was losing subscribers like the guys who WanNa see me get fucked in the ASS. Don't necessarily early WANNA see me kick a guy in the balls and then With the guys who WanNa see me kick somebody in the balls. They don't WanNa see me. Get fucked my my interests intersect all over the place. I like combining all my fetishes. So it's like with my husband like I kick him in the balls halls and then like we fuck in. It's awesome if I made a video of that lake I could have like two versions like they wouldn't be priced the same but for all intents and purposes this is in this example like I have one version with just the ball busting and then I have the version with the ball busting in the sex which seems like a better deal to me and potter movie but people don't by that one it's weird and I think that that also comes with the landscape of clips for sale it's always been a fetish bay site so if there is sex it has to be like a super specific kink and with Fem Dom it's such an interesting fetish. I think it's become a vicious cycle. Like guys looking for FEM. Don Porn a lot of women who do dominatrix type things. Don't WANNA do sex on camera or they won't nick sex into their sessions. Sounds okay so guys who have an interest in like getting Baba stater. Whatever they're looking for this type of porn and there's no sex in it so the in their mind the sex's removed from the fetish completely? Ho Sure Yeah so oh I only like the separately from the sex and I've talked to a lot to do. It's like they would much rather get kicked in the balls and have sex at all like it's better than sex for them but I think that also can be conditioned based on what type of places seasons yeah right there is an interesting division of certain types of things in the dom stuff. 'cause if he's if I if I was gonna say if you Dave I just casually search fem stuff because I like pegging but I don't like the I don't like I like more like videos for me to still funny a and and that's not my style of domination is to yell at somebody like be cracking the whip and being like a county bitch like like I like walking like hey said okay they kick in the boss do that because we both like it and it's like we're having fun. There's a sweetness to. It was where he's like site sweet from dom so I like that but yeah like I think people have been conditioned to believe like brutalities and must fem. Because that's all that is available right especially expect especially with the pegging. This thing is if the guy's supposed to hate it or it's gotta be this gigantic strap on and they both have to be wearing latex like no matter how slipper under there and Oh yeah the he has to be getting whipped the whole time. She has to be yelling at him and calling him a slave and belittling uh-huh peanuts or all of that stuff and it's like if you like that that's cool but lay totally cool to be that way you get so many guys. They think that's what pegging is. Yeah well I don't want to check being mean to me like I wanNA put stuff in my ass but not if it's going to be like that doesn't have to be like exactly you don't have to have someone to be media to put the thing in your ass. Do you do a lot of the Joi- clips. I've done some of them but I'm not so good at just talking to a camera. Okay When I have to do solo scenes like Solo VR stuff? It's such a pain in the ass because I don't know what to say. There's another person there. I can kind of bounce my energy off of that improvise and especially if we were both like talking to each other. That's how conversation works interesting if I'm just sitting there in front of the camera so normally if there's another girl there and we both have to talk into the camera and like okay. Okay you say something first and then that I will give me an idea abouts back and build on something like that. Yeah but Yeah just sitting there. I know some girls killing doing those. It's it's just not my thing when I I make him they sell. But I'd much rather shoot stuff. I have a lot of fun with ball. Busting you're paying less often than grind out. The GIO is. I don't really enjoy away doing. Yeah so why bother with the ball. Busting how delicate of an operation is that like you mentioned if you drink too much. Pe- get sick. How is there too many taps? It depends on the person like I've worked with guys. I'm not really into ball. Busting but then they can take a lot more than they think they can. Dan Able to get like a decent amount of them my husband. He can't go as hard as he used to. He's had like internal bleeding in the past girls. Who are way too? Mean to have chased checklist. Ease like the champion of Baba's. I've never met anybody. You can take it like him and he legitimately loves it like. I don't want to do something to somebody. If they hate it. Like I feel like I'm raping them. There's nothing fun about that like With Him Hill. Like tell you to keep going. And he's like like I might throw up from getting kicked so hard but I'm really enjoying it. Wow Yeah and like you know he lets himself get to that level. But it's all like disgust and upon stuff stuff. It's nothing outside of his comfort level with you in the the prod the ninety nine hundred thing. Yeah but it's like Like afterwards like he's like smiling Smiling so much he's like. Oh thank you those were perfect kicks like in that makes you feel really good like you're doing something and like it seems like painful phone horrible and cruel on the outside but it's like this person is in control of what you're doing to them and they are appreciative. What you're doing so that makes me feel good that I'm giving somebody else? Pleasure sure against the situation like you said before the sub controlling things. Yeah you do suckling videos too right. Yeah you know it's not not it's not like my favorite fetish like I get the idea behind it but in my head I'm like if there's another dude there weren't you both fucking me. I don't I know some people love to be humiliated and stuff. I find it really hard to humiliate people saying mean things because it's my ceiling. I'm like I don't WanNa Call Your Dick Small 'cause like I don't think that small I think it's a perfect size like I would enjoy that my my Dick Small feel conflicted bad. You're just sitting there watching. No I like to watch. Don't you WANNA put it in my butter. Something I put. I don't I don't know what to do is like confusing for me but I do. I do do some cuckolding stuff. I just Just did a cuckolding seen like a few days days ago actually night as part of like a whole. FM DON LIKE DVD thing. I'm doing so that's cool. That's like the first DVD. I've done words like got mu and every scene and also like me only doing like fem dom steps okay. That's going to be interesting. Did you ever escort L.. Yeah okay they now live and breathe. That's cool so did that. Start at the same time as porn or is it beforehand after porn and I was really scared about it and then for a while I was working in a legal brothel but you you keep a one hundred percent of the money when you're doing independently in there. It's a little safer in the legal brothel. But it's there's an element of danger anytime you're meeting up with somebody for the first time so I would much rather meet somebody like with a friend there that I trust and in the studio few times before. So Oh it's like they have that rapport. He's like vouched. Warren vetted and all that it's great. It's it's so cool like I generally genuinely enjoy. Oy like when I've done it before like having like a no pretenses like fun time with somebody and like we go out to dinner or whatever and we fog and have fun and they just like a lot of times. These dudes like the sex is like only a small part of it. They I just want to hang out with somebody and let cuddle on like shoot the shit and like connect on an emotional level with like another human being sure and like I think that's such a pure former interaction. Were Very I say we. The show is very pro escorting and sex work in general. I was actually on a date of the cheering sophie. We had a New Orleans for like a day. It was hanging out and the guys grade and he was like. Hey that guy's lots of fun anytime you want him to come along like a flying. It was super cool. Look at his way into eighty stuff and it was like lots of fun. That was so cool. It was really fun BE I. I hate this. This stereotype in this prejudice against since people who sell sex and also people who buy it like this shame around it like oh they had to pay for it to pay for. This is some creepy guy and unlike who lives in a basement. Or perhaps he's some cave troll. Maybe a bridge troll dark place. He's gotta be He's gotTa be ugly League but he's either rich or he like had to scrape all of his couch. Change to pay for this. Whether we would have to be a lot of couch a lot of couch change Or like he must have abound personality or whatever but Mike the very first time I saw anybody I thought it was too good to be true. Because this do I met him. This was in Paris flew me out. Put Me in this beautiful hotel room so I got to hang out in Paris with free vacation Asian and he's like okay I'm coming up at this time knocks on the door. Open it and I thought it was a sting operation or something because he was like dropped dropped a handsome and gorgeous and he was like very smart. I can't cool cool things talk about. He'd like a massive Dick. An Dan like gets better and better really good at using it and like you know he just put the money on the table it was all like upfront. And we talked for a little bit and But he kinda was like very professional about it. He's like Oh. I'm only going to stay for this long. I kind of wanted him to stick around. I think he's like now. I gotta be somewhere Mike. Okay felt like a little rejected at that point point. Sure yeah whatever. But he just like didn't want to deal with like dating and wooing people and he had this very specific type of girl roll like girls that he lied and I guess with his job like a financial type job. He had trouble finding those types of girls at the two worlds Smith Girls. Who like Ain on like you know? Sometimes either take girl on several dates before you find out if she's into anal or not that's true the sex worker occur like you know right away like you can talk about it and it's not weird and so like I thought I was going to be arrested or something like there's no way like I just had sex with his really really handsome guy paid. So I'm like freaking out. I'm searching my hotel. Room for bugs and microphones and stuff. Come come to find out like pretty sure like sex. Work is like decriminalized at least like in France breaking any laws or at least. That's what Google told me. I wasn't sure and I saw that a few times after in like it was always like super cool and easy in like fucking great time with people in Ghana Baseball Games and stuff not not to say that like I only like like going on fun excursions that are non sexual with people. Because I've had some like really good sex. The first first time I came from like a guy eating my pussy was like when I was seeing a client good at it so I thought I was just broken broken until they had that experience. Sure so a lot of out of that really cool. That's great you have this podcast called. How come yeah my friend does it and and yeah Remmy yeah? She's awesome Remi's great. Yeah I left I win okay. I'll let her know all because I think that you'd be great on it. Yeah Rocca and she's a lot of fun yeah. She loves hearing about my new adventures as well and with escorting. Like you do kind Taylor yourself to each client because you want a personalized experience for that. Sure like Oh like they have like a big interest in eighties movies. But but they don't like seventies movies or something just as an example. I might really like seventies movies but I won't talk about that so much because I want to keep the focus on the things they like road. Is it a bit it. Like there's that level of phoniness only those. That's the thing. It's no more phony than what everybody else does when they're talking to people but Yeah like you're taking somebody on a date. They don't they might not show their true colors for like a long time a long time. People would Do themselves a lot of favorites if they were a little bit more up front about who they are one especially what they want like not just sexually but just in general because people do this like thing where they like. Yeah yeah that'd be great or I love hiking or whatever it is and like I really enjoy like dude through like okay. I want to do this this and this so you okay. Now I know what to do and they like that and they get what they asked for because they asked for it so. Many people are walking around like unsatisfied sexually Leeann in life. Because they're afraid to ask for what they want right because I don't know society looks down on certain things or it's like taboo to talk doc about sex and it's a little awkward. It is but but for a lot of people even guys who want to try pegging. Don't WANNA ask their girlfriend because they might think this or that totally. Got There such a stupid stigma about that. Like why can't ask so and so or I can't talk about liking this because that means I'm gay and it's like even if it did mean you're still fucking cool now. That's pretty good. Yeah like how's it going if it's a girl putting it in your ass. No that's true and then if you look at tight or like argued no no. It's gay because like why do you care so much. It's gay because it's shaped like a penis like my fist is not shaped shaped like penis. Women's fit like my nails Pena D- it's only it's only gave you make filling your own destiny. You can fit your own ass right. Oh yeah before before. I ever kissed anybody. The right into the defense. Yeah 'cause like I wanted to see if I could do. That was my goal and then I cut moving the goalpost after that it is is tricky to like get as deep as I wanna go just because I don't have long spaghetti arm. Saw sure I would love to have long spaghetti. Chris only bend under certain way. So how far can you get. Well it kind of gets stuck here right before the curve in my wrist because I can't get the but if somebody else is in there like they can usually get pretty deep. But I'm not much like a depth person. I definitely like a girthy. Ok Faint some people really love like Super Super Long Toys. Sure I would just rather put something like really wide but short and my but I'm more impressed with how big I can get it. Oh sure is with the ass us. Like there's not a lot of nerve endings in your rectum so pass like a few inches. You don't really feel anything so you're getting you're getting at least for me I'm getting more Out of it by like maximizing the woods filling up. Yeah because my doesn't know the difference like between six inches and nine inches or whatever does your vagina. You're not always a good thing. There's no cervix and my ass so I can. I can take longer Dixon. They're like yeah. There's some there's been quite a few times. I've been doing the scene. And it'll be like anal involved but the director wants me to start with like a vaginal position and it's just getting your cervix. Ram does not fun feels like getting punched in the stomach over and over again like a not sexy way like I have to be ready for for that like in the mood for that suddenly. Can we just put it in my ass and you can pound away at it. Because you're not hitting any walls right right so in terms of Really extreme size Dick's up. Can you fat some videos with that right. Yeah like my friend dread. He's such a sweet dude. I think stick is like twelve inches of something. Something he might be the biggest or maybe the second biggest guy in porn. There's another guy I think. His name is flat or something but I haven't worked with him so I can't like like Mr Sean mccan carrying round a measuring tape with me. But you know what I mean of course but every time I work with him the first time I worked with him I couldn't get it in my pussy at all. It was hurting too much sort of guessing very girthy as well so girthy and also like my perceives just not really elastic. Like I've been to the doctor doctor and my doctor is like you've so much scar tissue in here like you're just getting torn up. All the time was like trying to feel. He's like he literally told me slick. You've the vaginal molasses city of a fifty two year old woman in your twenty two. I'm twenty four now almost twenty five so I'd get a special medication that give to like menopausal women to the last Jedi. It's like a medical thing. I thought there was something wrong with me. There was. I'm like I'm I'm just not enjoying sex. But now that like my pussies he's like stretching words better but yeah every time I work with him and we shoot like only fan stuff in the China Lake always get torn and then I can't work for like a week week afterwards but the bud like you said the but is fine even like if my buckets torn a little or a bleed a little bit. It doesn't hurt and I'm fine the next stay like a show with him once and then like I had like three or four more days of like anal scenes after that and I thought my butthole would just collapsed but it was totally fine fine but yet my pussy was broken so every set I was like. Hey is it okay. If this is an annual only seen in the yeah I think we can do that. Sure in Europe. It's like never problem. They're disappointed if you can't do you. Really what do you mean but if if it's just with one dude it's only an extra hundred bucks I'm like I'm not GonNa do anal scene for like six hundred dollars you kidding me. But if it's like part of the like doing like I don't know like a big scene or something or an agreed upon thing where it's like a higher rate in like. Hey can I only do in on there like Oh yes of. Of course those are just for show. Yes that reminds me of scene of viewers that has come up on the show quite a few times. The prolapse one where you look the prolapse looked a few prolapse as a my day. Ain't it's so funny. I always thought pro lapsing was like an absolute hard living in mind like I don't WanNa see them. I don't want to touch them. I don't WanNA prolapse myself for those who don't know what is a prolapse relapse. It's like a flower blooming. Your butthole falls out of itself a little fit and it goes right back in. You're not like walking around with like a sausage out there those little toys. That are like rubber in. It's like a the two but it's filled with water. You know what I'm talking about me sees them and they like rolling on the that's what it is their model honestly after prolapse problem literally literally But Oh my God like came face to face as one. I just wanted to put my face. It tasted delicious. And I'm like okay. There's nothing really like that. I find in particularly grocer offensive about this and then it just went back into her but after and she was totally fine and then I was trying to do it for a long time. But it's like with was anything else you can make your butthole strong in such a way that you can prolapse on command and then yeah like you can like have an accident prolapse. I like to make it look really pretty. You have to practice it okay. Yeah yes the only time. I've had like a really nice prolapse. I was satisfied with was I was getting assisted by a dude and then he pulled it out and his hand was so big it just kind of pulled everything out then it went back in but like I thought it was really cool. I don't know I liked it. It didn't it didn't hurt or anything because it is the magic it would hurt. I used to like every time we'd be on twitter and like I follow a lot of crazy European like anal girls kinky Joe and Melissa wide and the girls who put a lot of big things in their bed okay. Every time I'd come across at L. God that I wouldn't and follow him because I love him like you know do your thing. I'll just scroll past the things I don't like and now I'm like I tried it and I really like it so don't knock it till you try it absolutely. Yeah I think it was just more shock. I had never seen that before. It's fun cool or at least I think it is. You don't have to. Are there any porn things that you don't I like to watch. I don't really like incest stuff. I have a twin brother growing up in. I don't know I've never been attracted to a family member I personally I find it weird. Even if they're like tangentially by marriage related sure. I don't know I'm I'm just not into it so I can watch stuff that I've been to and then Or I can't watch the I'm not entirely and I don't really like doing those types of scenes because it's so cheesy and the scripture always so fucking stupid. It's become such a thing in porn like. I hear complaints all the time. Why are we only doing stepbrother? And stepsister porn. Our that's all the porn. I can find like because it got so popular. Yeah people are making so much of it 'til ride that way that it's flooded the Internet. Go on porn hub like right now. I'm sure like one of the top. Things uh-huh stepbrother stepsister. So much of it people are like maybe maybe I should be into this because there's a lot of this. Yeah so it's like the porn training training people to be into shape scorings of thing for you right. Yeah did it just happened one day or did you discover it. How did that come about right before before before I got into porn the person I was dating he made me square and I was like Oh? I didn't know I could do that. And then it would happen by accident in scenes And then I talked to some girls and they're like Oh this is how you maximize it and mcclay Keno like a super soaker types. So basically You you you can drink a lot of water. It's easier if you drink like a sports beverage like pe allied or Gatorade with electrolytes and saline in it because that actually hydrates humour and your body flushes it out easier versus if you drink a bunch of water your body kind of absorbs it I've seen guys like chug water. And they can't piss and like as you didn't drink gatorade sure yet at earn like hammer have water and then drink red bull. 'cause like that all act as a diuretic diuretic on. BSO You just super hydrate yourself. He make a full bladder. And then is some girls can just do it where they P I have to like get my g spot stimulated either by vigorous fingering or like fucking and then I pushed like Berry down like I'm GonNa Piss but it's it's a lot easier if whatever's like touching on my g spot. If like at the right moment I'm like okay like pull out now as it pulls out like just like unleash and then it just feels like pissing at that point and then you just push really hard and it just keeps classing out and then once I've been like made a skirt by four. Sometimes like somebody can just like finger me and then it will keep coming and coming okay so after that happens. It's a lot easier to do it on command like because it's like the seal has been brochure. Whatever I don't fully understand how it works like I know lake how it feels when my body's doing things I wanted to do copy copy that lead into it? Yeah what's your favorite date nights. SORTA thing lands. We like really trashy Shit like I like Babe. Take Me. You're all garden and like I just get like soup and bread sticks or something but like I like getting really excited about something. That's like really low effort effort and cheap and kind of like cheesy and classless. It's it's like a fancy person by any means. Oh take me shopping Balaj. Let's go do this like I. Don't give a shit about that stuff. Like if I WANNA go. Shopping will take my own ass shopping. If I really want something like last somebody are your buyers for me but usually just buy me shit. It's not my birthday or something. Do you haven't finished on clients. That's something like I couldn't really get into. I think if I really devoted to it I could But I get dudes messing meal time like I WanNa send you money and like okay. He do it or like okay by me something but they want like more like they wanna spend like one hundred dollars Amazon wishlist but the amount of attention they want is worth more than one hundred dollars. I'm not going to give it to them. Throwaway totally yeah which do have an Amazon wishlist? Yeah I work with people. Find that UH-HUH I I'm GONNA posted as it gets closer to my birthday. I took it out of my twitter by OAKS. I just had too many links there. I'm like okay I only want like a couple of places. This is for people to Click. Click I have my may only fans in my t shirt site and linked my instagram. But it just WANNA limit limit it to that stuff that sounds could. When's your birthday December? Six Oh cool so it's coming right up. What sign is that Saj I'm aquarium and I still forget most of the science made. I don't follow astrology alive like it's fun to talk about like I've had friends who've done my chart or whatever and they're like oh like this makes sense that you've this personality trait because the sign but I think like being twin like me and my brother. We've the same exact birth chart because I was sure unlike a minute behind him so everything is virtually the same our personalities. We've a lot of similar traits. Were also completely completely different people and we do shit like really differently or does your twin brother live. He lives in nor cal. Still do you go back nor cal. I really like it there too much but He came out to Vegas like when I got married and staff and I would prefer to him to come visit me because I think they use is more fun than yeah. Yeah that negative way. That sounds like it's only my first trip but so far I feel like we've covered a lot of ground. You have covered a lot of ground a lot of fun panel. Jonathan was here a lot of fun. Jones worn out from this exhausted. He's accuser talking a lot. He's like sleeping on his feet. I I guess that that'll wrap the show and thank you again for. Thank you uh-huh hey uh-huh abuse AH UH-HUH TAKE OFF sir. Eh Doc occurred to me they drink. Aw Ah and The man it off Dr And on Sir uh-huh ah Sir uh-huh it. Down showing me concede.

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376: Beardy Robots

Grumpy Old Geeks

41:52 min | 1 year ago

376: Beardy Robots

"This episode is sponsored by Privacy Dot Com. It's like a burner phone for credit cards to sign up for free and get a five dollar credit. Go to privacy dot com slash. Go Gee that's five dollars free to spend anywhere by just signing signing up privacy dot com slash. Go G grumpy old cakes a weekly talk show hosted by Brian Chill Meister Jason Philip discussing the finer points of what went wrong on the Internet and WHO's to blame Wilkins Okay grumpy all geeks Jason Filipo and I'm Brian Villamizar read any good news articles lately Brian Not really yeah. I I'll go first because you probably have more to say about this. Mike my opinion about the Joey Ito. Mit Media Lab stuff has not changed at all I've read all the articles that we've been kicking around with between you and I am in some of our other friends. you know they got caught. They they kind of knew what they were doing it doesn't I I understand the concept that everybody does it but that doesn't make it okay with me. I still believe he shouldn't have had to retire tire until they stepped on their own. He made a huge apology and then it became big story again because you know Negroponte negative day screwed it up and brought it up into the again and after that kind of scrutiny than yes you do after resign you just do yeah. That's how it goes so that's that's where I'm at yeah. I hear where you're at and with the new article that came out. You're you're correct. They did no shave exactly what they were doing. They knew exactly what they were doing. Yeah and you know actually now that I just thought about it a little bit more I think I think he had to resign and not just because Negroponte because he didn't just take money money from Epstein for MIT. He also took it for his own personal company. Yeah that's kind of a damning bit right so there you go done yeah. Sr Yeah and you know I appreciate all the sentiment about it and I still stand by him because he's a good guy who made a bad bad decision. Who hasn't you know and I don't think that at that should ruin his life and career ill he'll go on? He's got the monies to go on and do something else and this will be forgotten about and hopefully he will be more careful about who he takes money from in the future yeah yeah I just hate this culture now. Where if you make a mistake there's just no conversation to be had no path to redemption except for waiting for the next news cycle the knock you out of the limelight but I don't know I don't I understand what you're saying but I don't feel that that applies in this circumstance because he took the money for his own company? Yeah I hear you. I hear you well. I wish him I'm well and hopefully he'll bounce back and learn from his mistake. There you go all right and in continued follow up. I was not aware of this because I don't do do a lot of APP store searches but we were talking about how just the other week about how apple basically minds the very popular APPs to bake them into their own products and thus putting them out of business but apparently over the summer they apple actually tweaked their algorithms so that their own stuff didn't show up first and so that you know third party apps could actually get a chance now given what we know. About what apple does this actually seems more devious than helpful because this is saying alright. Let's tweak the algorithm a bit so our apps don't show up first so we see what other people look for us so that we can see how to improve our apps because they're using these different ones which we can now research well. I don't know if it's that devious. I don't know if that much thought was put into it. I think they just got busted and we're trying to get ahead of the game because because you know all the antitrust stuff that's been going around all summer long. They're trying to get ahead of it. You know wherever yeah exactly now we are. It's like we're going to do what we can until we get caught and then we'll we'll fix it and I made a big point about how I thought it. It was our civic duty to take the Equifax money one hundred and twenty five dollars from the Equifax settlement that you're supposed to get even though we found out there was going to be much less because everybody was signing up for it well. They're making it harder now yet they are of course they are. Of course they are which I think is how is that even legal because if you've signed up once did all the the terms arms and conditions how can they come back to you and ask for verification. They're basically asking you you now have to prove that you had a credit monitoring service during that period of time and then if if so you can get your one hundred twenty five dollars if not you will default to just getting free credit monitoring now there are ways around this is you can go sign up for something like Credit Karma Margaret Sesame which is free but then you're giving another company access to all your information just to get a hundred and twenty five bucks yes. The juice ain't worth the squeeze he's buddy. The juice ain't worth the squeeze and I particularly enjoyed a mosques five oh to comment on twitter. He's just said the those Equifax astles just really don't want to pay of of course not of course not now in the news. I just love this headline and then kind of got into it a bit more facebook broke democracy now. It's coming for your marriage opening paragraph his great facebook no matter how hard hard the cut the company tries cannot escape its current dilemma. It's a brand that wants to be seen as cheerful lighthearted and fun the Internet's goto place to share the joys of life with friends and family but it's increasingly being seen more. There's a nest of social media termites gnawing away the very foundations of our society eroding our right to privacy and profiting off reactionary propaganda that undermines democracy and encourages hate crimes and genocide aside should take that make that their new mission statement should be so this article gets into this is a you know the contrast between all the bad news that facebook facebook had recently in the fact that last Thursday they released facebook dating a cheerfully marketed competitor to apps like tinder or bumble so you know if you want a date with a company that is not good at keeping information private by having it by all means as the article states didn't receive the best reception in most media coverage focused on facebook long history privacy violations which is not what you want if you're the PR guy trying to roll this out and promote it and what they also noticed. Is that the facebook in just doing what they do by trying to cried another service so that you can date and they promised to keep it private. They basically created the system that is tailor made for cheating on your spouse. The feature that I really like is the one where you can you know say you're interested in one of your friends but it never tells you until your other friends says the same thing back yes. The secret crushes feature which is absolutely perfect. If you want to test the waters with any of your friends to see if you want but don't get Donkin the afternoon and have a little afternoon delight yeah see. I think that everybody should do is just click on everybody. I think they limit you to eight. Oh man he's like it's old school my space as top eight. Oh Man I wanna be. I WANNA be on top of these eight. Yeah Nice Nice Cue. Thank you yeah. I wonder if you can like try eight of them. Then remove them yeah. I'm not into her anymore not into her anymore and then do another eight and then just cycle through all your friends to really find out who's digging. It just seems creepy. AP To me that it somewhere out there that you would have this you know this person. I tried the dating APP when it first came out then I liked like you know three girls that I thought were really cute and really liked liked and then forgot about it got married and down the line they come along and and you know pick you up than your wife. Finds the or the the notification POPs up on your phone suzy from down. The street is into you to Oh. Well turn off. Those notifications probably a good idea. The article gets into the idea that maybe they're doing this on purpose because that is the one one one untapped market as it were that the tinder and bumble aren't really really good for the adultery. Maybe they're forgetting about Ashley Madison. Yeah has its own privacy issues still there though still there and gets into it about that said had this is just a microcosm of the bigger picture facebook. Simply is not the pro social APP at markets itself as being time and again the evidence suggests that facebook in fact feeds off the darker impulses of humanity has it does love it there you go good luck with that and another great article over at the Atlantic which by the way tangent recently launched their subscription model so I don't get all my articles anymore and I'm GonNa have to pay up pony out journalist. They have good journalism. I will pony up or so this is great. Please regulate regulate us is the title of the article written by Brad Smith President of Microsoft. What exactly this is why I keep my Microsoft stock and keep buying buying at I like Microsoft Ninety nine percent of the time? Even though I technically don't use any of their products anybody can say you don't like him enough to actually use what they make but I like them. I like them as a company opening their up there with Tim Cook just a little bit under in terms of privacy and and and the way that the world seems to be going so this is a very very long article that gets into all the reasons why he feels that we absolutely one hundred percent have to start regulating the tech industry because the tech industry does not do it themselves. If you're one of the people out there that are sick sick of me saying regulation regulation regulation. I challenge you to go read this article by somebody way up in the tech industry who feels the exact same way and lays out why a regulation is needed now. Okay get off your box. It's okay okay well then after move the mic down a little bit and I found another one over the Atlantic which is when I realized I have to pay for them is coming for your favorite menial tasks now. This is an interesting article by Fred Benson who is the former vice president at kickstarter who gets into their own use of admittedly and this is what drives me crazy. Ai Machine Learning and etc KC are used interchangeably throughout this article as if they're all the same thing backup on the soapbox but anyways his point being being that basically the once we start using and deploying machine learning and maybe a in the very far future into our companies in our day to day tasks their takeover kind of the more fun ones the ones that let us take a break the menial stuff that we need to kind of set our mind and give it a break and circle back around to the bigger problems problems and it's only gonNA leave us with the bigger stuff to do which isn't fun. Worry is going to lock you can take a walk. Come on you could take a walk. It's okay but it's a it's a gets into the fact that people need both experiences of mastery and pleasure for a healthy mood and if they take away all the easy tasks that gives you that quick little bite of like done did it out of the way and only leave the shit that Buchan drives you nuts. Everything at work is going to be super challenging and you're GONNA hate work. Here's what you do I this is. This is a life hack yet. You got your to do manager right. I use things so when you do is when they is starting a task you put it in things and when am is done you get to check the box. So you get the dopamine you check the box. That's true. It's all about checking checking the box and seeing that number go down so that's that's my work. You solve the problem. I no longer worry about very old robots with beards. This episode is sponsored by Privacy Dot. 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He was asked about a story of something that occurred in his own life and he was simply relaying the exact things that occurred to him in a writer's Room Yup famously sacrosanct and anything goes should be a safe space. Yes should be yes should be a safe space but apparently they're going for the other kind of space so I find this sad actually because it's there was this is this is not you know. He didn't use it as a negative he didn't use. He was relaying a story of something that occurred to him. Yes if you can no longer do that anywhere much lesser writer's room what the Hell's going on now well I recommend people go out and read the coddling of the American mind how good intentions and bad ideas are setting up a generation for failure right having said that though I've never really liked what Walter mostly is writing so I'm not GonNa Complain Too much about him not writing okay. There's that lead but but he should never ever ever been fired and whoever content wasn't about that because because he had to go do the gauntlet that nobody the WHO wants to be in a room with people like that. Nobody wants to be in a room with well. Hr to begin with because hr people are the devil. I stand by that and yeah yeah. He's just like yeah. No this is the you know what it's not a safe space for him so let let's go. That's good for stepping down. Go right for powered. I don't know if you don't really they'll put them on the show that we're looking forward to the most nevermind nevermind that go go right for the animated series that's coming out there. Chop up and I did finish marvelous Mrs Mazo Season Two yes. Did you think what a fantastic show isn't. It wasn't it's delightful. It is delightful. It's delightful you really just want to have like a nice little cocktail and just sit and watch it and you smile yeah yeah and she has such a good actress. She really is who knew from from her. In a house of cards knew that she would be this great actually could totally carry your show. I want to go back and watch your in house of cards just to because I remember her character very vividly but I don't remember her being that good. I was actually kind of you know happy when she killed her off but anyway I did also watch the spy with Sasha Baron Cohen okay to six part miniseries about the life of of the Israeli spy Cohen it was decent. I thought it was decent. Sasha Baron Cohen was actually really good dramatic actor. I thought that's that's the reviews news. I've said that he was actually amazing. So here's the here's the problem and he looks in every scene exactly like Freddie Mercury so well. He should have been Freddie Mercury. Yeah I dislike every time he was like he's wearing a wife beater and he has the mustache and the hair and everything. I'm just like okay. Freddy Okay for eating. My roommate was likes every time that he would come to see if she's like okay. Freddy we get it right but yeah yeah you really should he really should have been because he actually looks a lot more like Freddie Mercury than Alex he would have been if the ban wouldn't of nixed the script that he was attached. You well there you have it. I watched the standup special over net flicks Whitney Cummings. Can I touch it. I don't know anything about Whitney Cummings. I'd never seen in any of stand up before. I know that she's a very talented comedy writer who has written for lots of shows. I know she's very well talented talented is she. She she created two broke girls okay. I don't know if you've ever seen that show no not good not show and I know she's very active on social media and she's always on Howard Stern and all this other other kind of stuff so I figured okay. I'll watch stanton special. It wasn't bad I liked it a lot. I thought it was good. I thought you know it ended up being randomly kind of right up our alley because because she gets into the sex robots and most of the show is about technology and how we're going to be dealing with it so that was pretty interesting yeah now I've seen a lot on the roasts. The comedy central roasts back in the day she was really good on those and and you know about the kerfuffle with nipple that happened after the filming of this special well. Don't you know okay well when she was taking pictures. At one point she got she had a nip slip and then somebody like screen capped it and then was trying to blackmailer Taylor and I'm going to post it and she's like screw you. Here's my nipple again excellent well done for her. It's just Nipah people seriously. We all got him men to actually one of my favorite books white men have nipples is a really good book never fiction. It's like it. He just went through a million on a random facts. Pull that doesn't put on the show notes and I also ended up watching both seasons of fleabag a second time around well technically. I was sitting meetings governor yet. No God but I didn't watch by choice. My wife finally wanted to watch it all and I have have to say watching it all a second time again not even that late after I watched it the first time man that's a great show. I found myself ignoring my book and just watching again because it's so good okay you know you won't only I had a NAS- open up my laptop after toss it over to the TV it's such a pain taught my God or you could just pay for CBS all access. When card comes I will go and I'm a huge fan of have grant Britain skate photographer? He had a huge impact on my life growing up and got me into photography. Have I still have a letter he sent me and he put one of my photos in transworld skateboarding from from my first roll of film. I still have that too but he's got a very short documentary about him over on video that somebody made it fourteen minutes long but it's really cool so it's really cool. I really liked this guy. He's having he's every famous scape photo that you've probably ever seen was his. He's just he's the godfather of skate photography you you know some people say Glenn Friedman would be one of them but I think grant Britain is way better than Glenn Friedman so check it out if you're into that sort of thing and I put a link to his instagram Graham in the show notes as well which you can always check out and this one is because I just love these stats for you finalists at the outsell CDs for the first time since one thousand nine hundred eighty six I also outselling cassettes and tracks too yeah because nobody has a cassette player. Nobody has an eight track player and no computer no car come with. CD players anymore so shocking man well. I mean you still we'll have to go buy a new record player. They don't come with anything but people like the retro. I guess people are into it at school. That's fine. I don't have a problem with that way. What what I don't have a problem with people being in vinyl? I think it's silly but I don't have a problem with okay. I had to do a double take. Their pride says he doesn't have a problem with it. Wow that's new no no no. I've never had a problem with that. I have a problem with the vinyl fucking fanatics that are crazy. They're saying it's coming back and it's GONNA become mainstay. It's never going to be mainstream. windstream never never yeah when one dead medium is outselling another dead medium anybody exactly it's a race to the bottom here people oh my God and this one. I thought was really funny because it's everybody has to have a podcast now. The band corn is starting up their podcast so I didn't even though they were still around they haven't album coming out in September so expect the podcast drop around the same time so it is a show. Yes did show and we'll see what it's like. I don't know what the band is contributing to it. Since two other people have written it if I had to guess I'm sensing that we're getting a concept album and this will be exploring the world could be could be that was that we'll see how that goes but keep an eye out for it. It'll be dropping sometime. I'm in September. I think it's called the nothing okay and I've got some more old band news hot off the presses. Just as we're getting set the record I saw this bowel houses says going to reunite with Peter Murphy Daniels Kevin Haskins and David J Furry Hollywood gig November third aside believe is the third time the band is reunited and I will take as many as we can get and I will see you there. You won't see me there. I'm not going to Hollywood ever again if I can help it her. You're a new priest named Min. Dr Is holding forth at dodgy a four hundred year old Buddhist temple in Kyoto Japan like other clergy members priests can deliver sermons and move around to interface with worshipers but mend our comes with some unusual traits a body made of aluminum and silicone for starters because he is a robot or she. I guess Zayn to look like cannon the Buddhist Deity of mercy one million dollar machine wasn't attempt Correa night's visit attempt to reignite people's passions for their faith in a country where religious just after affiliation is on the decline good luck with that. Let's go a soulless piece of metal in a temple so you can experience spirit soul odd and it gets better because for now at least they're not claiming that men DR is. Ai high-powered it all it does is recite the same pre-programme sermon about the heart Sutra over and over but the robot for a million dollars. They created tape deck a million dollars. They made a tape deck with the body. That's it does it doesn't even have shuffle. It's got one track it just loops. It's more like an eight track anyways but the robot's creators say they plan to give it a machine learning capability that will enable it to Taylor feedback to worshippers shippers Pacific spiritual and ethical problems. This robot will never die. I don't know if you've seen terminator it might just make grow veered it. We'll just keep updating itself and evolving says ten show Goto the temple's chief steward with ai we hope it will grow in wisdom to help people overcome even the most difficult troubles and then self actualize allies and destroy everyone. I just love it. How at the end it's changing Buddhism for the better? I don't think so so oh that's genius. I WanNa know who made this thing for a million dollars. 'cause those guys are good. Guys are good you can they can sell anything. Oh my God i I just pulled up the photo of this thing. This is creepy than I even could ever have imagined. Isn't it so far. All this thing is so bizarre. I couldn't even for a million dollars. The only skin is the like the head shoulders enhance. They couldn't even afford skin for a million dollars. What's going on here? It's amazing over on Patria on we've got a couple of new subscribers Ansley and Chris and we got a message from Kayla. Hey I can't. Dm You on twitter and I can't remember the email address of Jason that'd be Jason Grumpy all GEEKS DOT COM and so here I am mainly this Jason I also audio book and just found this thing called that libre pro. FM and it's a Libro Lebron asleep. I make up letters. There's as I go today Libro Dot. FM So what it is it's an auto audio bookstore and some of the money goes to India bookstores of your choice for I I guess just existing. That's how it works. Keep them alive. Yeah and noble cause it is it is but I'm not going to change because all my stuff is in one library already so yeah that's right yeah. I've got almost eight hundred books an audible so you know I'm not gonNa Chase and I buy credits by the year so I get had a big chunks. I've got like thirty credits in there right now. This is cool. If you're getting into the audiobook stuff check this out and if not then don't Ryan Ryan don't there you go and over at pay pal. We have a bunch of new donations David Elizabeth Michael Marc Edmund who writes covering tool years of charging your cell Oh phone around twenty math. If it's more expensive I'll send you additional twenty. Five cents loved the show Pedro who writes hey guys love the show. Hopefully you can keep going and who knows many many years from now. You'll still be recording from your retirement homes and not because you need the money but because you love doing this God that sounds depressing never mind Romblon read will Jodi Odi and Janice who said if I had long I would want you to get off of it a so. Thank you all a quick comment really quickly a lot of you. New People both on on Patriots and pay pal are doing the eight bucks a month thing or a bucket show so that's not a bucket show hold on a second. Do some math I four week month you know hey hey hey look man is better than what we were doing so it's better than what we're doing certainly appreciate that it's awesome that you guys are doing that. We really do appreciate it and you know it's way less than a cup of coffee nowadays for sure over g dot show mark writes in Hey chief trump's longtime listener supporter via Patriot. I really enjoyed the show and it's great that you're doing two episodes a week. Now I heard your recent comments about patriotic and the need to update the minimum amount for subscriptions. I like your suggestion that eight dollars. A month makes sense for an ongoing donation. I E A bucket episode which bucket take give or take need to make that huge comment because this was the very next thing that wrote in. I haven't had much sleep either Jason exactly so as I'm not really a fan of patriotic. I've cancelled my donation through them and have set up new recurring donation for eight dollars via pay pal well. Thank you very much mark and he says keep up the good work and stay grumpy. ps thanks Brian for the recommendation of children of time by Adrian Tchaykovsky. It's one of the best books I've read recently and I'm looking forward to reading the follow up children of ruin. PBS Do you get get as many deliveries as you on Buddy and Don writes in in response to the mental health information being sold. I wonder if a person could invoke here in the states. I'm looking at the hippo page at HSS DOT GOV and it says health information protection in one of its purposes but it is limited to healthcare providers so the hypothetical you go to a random sight which has x number of trackers shortly thereafter you go to your pharmacy website to refill your high blood pressure medication the trackers note somehow that you refilled your high blood pressure medication. Would this be a possible violation. not a lawyer not Loyd. Don't play why not not happy about it wouldn't like it but guessing it's happening. Yeah and I don't think it would really go down to a pharmacy level and yeah I don't see the violation here so but also not a lawyer Raphael writes didn't here's how I get to stop my four year old daughter seeing Youtube recommendations for example a guy being cut in half by a train after watching Thomas the tank engine video she probably happened and one by a youtube subscription not required but less morally grey to download to tube videos with Youtube. Dl Command Line APP and save to a NAS- three view on requires an as command line usage in a bit of work may work for you or listeners on the Geeky or side. Thank you Rafael and thank you not really GonNa work for for me because the IPAD is the preferred medium of choice for you to viewing particularly when out at a restaurant around with you can load them. You can load them locally early to the IPAD. That's true that's true well. That's all for my next move when I will speak up and get all these sorts of things Neil writes in. Hey Jason heard you saying about the extension in for Firefox and chrome only two bowled the first letter of the text and just wanted to let you know that for opera there is an extension that allows you to use chrome extensions in there we know I haven't in the seems to work perfectly. Yes it does if you just research. They're essential store for chrome extensions or just do a quick google. Search it will come up also is just me. Her as Brian suddenly got a whole lot grumpier. I love the new fiery Brian. Stay grumpy it. I don't know if I'm grumpier but I'm a hell of a lot more sleep deprived my my three year old has just been amping it up recently so it's it's been a rough couple months so I think I'm just coming to the show rather early in the morning with a bit of fire in the gut there you go there you go and the thing about this is this was for that oh what was it called. It's the the the extension that does cyborg greeting binary or something like that. I can't remember what robot reading something like that but the issue with it it is not yeah by on agree to BIANNIC DASH READING DOT COM so they're they're extension is in Beta and and I used it in opera and I couldn't get any site to make it work so I haven't tried it in chrome because I'm not gonNA use Chrome Sal wait for them to get there together other on you're not gonNA use chrome we use chrome present caster every record yeah and my fan spins up and it sucks all the machine and I know I know every time Yup and Derek rights and well three out of four isn't bad all I've listened to most things you've said I did go back and listen to every episode of Geo G. Even though you have repeatedly said not to it has been enjoyable. I know I'm crazy to listen and follow the growth of G. You guys have come a long way. I've been a patriotic supporter since the first week of listening to the show but to show I've listened to what you complain about every episode I have gotten a Vpn it now using privacy dot com and one password. Thanks for the great content. Keep it up and by the way I always loved the show art well there you go somewhere and somebody finally enjoys your show arts. Thank you so much and if you enjoy the show art make sure you follow us on instagram because I also try to pick out things throughout the week Beta bucket writes in while stupid electric scooters claim another victim this one with so much potential and and this is a Detroit Tigers prospect sadly that died while riding now electric scooter actually was reading an electric skateboards so escape different different it wasn't this thing yeah yeah so. Let's stay away from the what used to be manned powered electric. Let's get some exercise seriously. Skateboarding is fun on you don't need you don't need a motor on a skateboard yeah. It's really it's really hard to do a kick flip with thirty pounds skateboard. I tell you that Joe writes in Hello and episode three seventy five. You talked about the fuel rewards program. I worked rouse grocery stores for many years and I left three years ago so this policy might have changed when customers had problems with their points we would refer them to rouse customer help desk at one eight hundred five seven six four three seven seven the help desk will work with the customer to get their points restored without getting into all the stories I heard customers have unintentionally only typed in one wrong digit and try to use an old phone number and this has resulted in stealing other people's points so okay. That's what basically what you have to do is just go and in cal- customer support and say word my points go. That's kind of it. That'll work. Chris writes in I keep hearing ads for Eero on your show and I'm so confused accused hearings call out Amazon constantly for their surveillance practices knowledge in that we all still buy things from them but you she'll for Eero every week without noting that Amazon now owns that what what we started pimping Eero Amazon Botham and it's a router so I don't think they're sitting there listening to your traffic the the problem that we have with Amazon and the surveillance is with ring and the echoes especially with ring because they're dealing with the police departments right out of the gate but I don't have a problem with my my router. I don't have any echoes in the House. I still have these damn rings though but sons of Alexis around and I just don't do stupid stuff with them yeah I'm not giving up my eero. No matter what and all these companies are buying out everyone if we only sought out like third party hardy nonaffiliated stuff we wouldn't have any connection we wouldn't be doing the show that's true that's true we got him somewhere. You know it's not like as Jeffrey Epstein. That's that made the era but I see your point. I do see your point. Jodi writes in Hey guys took a cue from Listeners Steve on episode three seventy four and set up an eight dollar recurring during donation through pay pal a couple more will jump on the bandwagon. Steve will officially be a trendsetter love your show. It's the only podcast I listen to religiously being an amateur podcast for myself. I checked in at Jason's Club. Which is the club? Yes that's right and can't say enough good things about it. Thanks Jason for the editing tips. You've already helped me improve my game. Stay grumpy grumpy jody excellent. I'm glad everything's going well over there. I signed up. I haven't been back in sorry. I know you don't have to. That's okay all he writes in the article. Title alone was Hilarious to me who the fuck is tool fans freak out over unknown ban dethroning Taylor Swift. It's funny. I mean this. Is You know if you've been around long enough. You'll remember who the fuck is arcade fire when they won a grammy so good times arcade fire. I can embarrass. I've heard of them here and there. We did want grammy. Okay that makes a difference now. I barely know who Taylor swift is old old. MTA writes in ready player player one is coming true and this is an article over at the Guardian called sardine-tins for the poor Barcelona's shipping container homes. Yes that's right. They're turning shipping containers into homes homes. They actually the interior looks quite lovely. Yeah you know and speaking of Amazon. I'm pretty sure Amazon selling these for a while too. I think they were Pamela writes in Hey guys regarding the new terminator movie and You both only liking the first and second movies. You're in luck. I read that the premise behind dark fate is that it's the third installment after the first two and all the terminator movies he's in between didn't happen. That makes you feel better about it. I for one cannot wait to see it. I for one cannot wait for the explanation of how a Goddamn Terminator Robot looks like he's eighty five years old. That's well Sunday last. I checked. They don't age well. Look man you leave your rubber toys out in the Sun. You know they kind of fade and wilt and and I just I just WanNa know how he grew. A beard advances in technology. That's right being Harry is GONNA help. Robots helps them blend in man camouflage. Does he have a man Bun. They would not be good. That would be good theoretical. Hey just want to let Jason know that his applecart does have a card number. It's in the wallet APP. Click into the apple cart. Click the three dots in the upper right hand corner and then Click on card information and it's still an it's still have all the card INFO okay anyway. Yes okay. That's where it's at. Thank you very much and also thank you to everybody else who wrote in to tell me how to get to my card number because I'm an idiot and I did not. RTD FM so appreciated FM that's true you gotTa Adage. Snap made the APP. Just click around until you figure out where you're going. Joe Kerrigan writes in love the show guys I'm curious. If I'm the only listeners listener yells the section intros out loud even in public when I hear the Jingles Media Candy in the news and my favorite Moron of the week yes you are the only one yes yes. I've I've not been out in public and hurt anybody screaming those Yeah Okay David Wrightson. I wanted to Ding you for your pronunciation of Goldman Sachs and episode three the seventy two it should be pronounced correctly as gold man sachs very clever right patriots in Hey grump love the show and been listening for a while like you. I'm old cynical and grumpy and Achey. Will maybe not you Brian well. My kids have you now. I'm getting a came across this page while researching some conference room mics on my my phone was completely blocked by three ads running simultaneously the Internet is turned to shit. I used to work at an Ad Tech Company and left because it didn't see moral to keep supporting this kind of crop. Well it did pay the bills and that's how the Internet works but still she'd bark people with unsuitable pages full of ADS GRUMP on Pedro. That's why we use AD blockers seriously. He sent it from the phone. Go the I think the screen cap was from the phone which is really hard to get to Adblocker to work on the phone that is true. Carol writes in oops recent research from Kaspersky labs shows that many any illicitly acquired textbooks are rife with malware during the last academic year at identified three hundred fifty six thousand occasions where one of its users downloaded an infected bit of academic writing surprisingly more than two thirds of these incidents involved the download of essays. Well you know what heater cheater Pumpkin eater cheater. That's right Barrett writes in. I just saw the trailer for Jal Line on Hulu. I've never wanted to punch my monitor more. I feel sorry for these influencers who still have no idea that this is not a career so that their parents and friends supporting the courage this narcissistic behavior yes isn't it sure is Simon Rates in Hey folks you talked about verifying businesses on Google in the past fast. I found this and thought you might be interested. Perhaps you already saw it and I missed it. So I loaded up Lincoln's the official verify your business page on Google and and I it does involve a postcard but still tons of people are getting in there without doing this so I don't. I don't quite know what's going on. It is what it is. Thank Simon is what it is is an over on itunes scars five to five writes in with a five star finally a real show grumpy Geeks grumpy or not very entertaining show state grumpy. My friends and we shall Oh thank you and Mad Mike Nineteen eighty-four writes in with another five star rating as well excellent. I am neither old nor geek but I am grumpy. An excellent showed listen to if you want to keep up with tech and media news makes for a great listen during my walk to school or when I'm smoking my pipe to relax off Patriot when I get a real job down that pipe and get to work seriously yeah you got the pipe. You don't get to be Hugh Hefner. Where's your side-hustle? 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StarTalk Live  Climate Science, with Neil deGrasse Tyson

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57:00 min | 5 months ago

StarTalk Live Climate Science, with Neil deGrasse Tyson

"Welcome to star. Talk your place in the universe. Where science and pop culture collide. Dr talk begins right now. This is star talk by normally. We do this in a theater. Four five times a year but because of the corona verse lockdown this is virtual and tonight's topic is climate change the culture the politics science the denial of climate change. And we're bringing in some experts for that and this evening is co sponsored by pocket lab a big supporter of teachers around the world supplying tools for them to do right by the topics through teaching the students. And so with me. I've got chuck nice as always chuck how you doing. Hey what's avondale so business. Climate week that why we're doing here and now live on facebook and youtube and of course. This is a collaboration with pocket lab. There'd be a recent very good friends in this space. And so i think it's time to bring in our first guest okay so i a climate scientists catherine heo she. She's been on star. Talk before this is not a topic we haven't addressed and she's the director of the texas tech university climate center professor political science and a a u n champion of the earth at the. Find out what that precisely means. And you said you've heard her talk. Is that right absolutely. Yeah you roll. Yeah go ahead. Yes how does she goes catherine. Hello hey okay you get you get you get the award for least interesting backdrop. Just very deliberate. Could you afrin captured ashley. Looks like he's calling in from a passport photo a canadian so tell just put us all on the same page. When scientists speak of climate change is to put us on the same page there. What what what do we mean when we say climate change we mean the change in the long term average conditions of the planet. So are bring are wired. Remember whether a hot day snowy day crazy storm. That's like a single tree. Climate is like the forest. It's the average of weather over at least twenty to thirty years. And that's what's changing today and that's why we can still have hot weather and cold weather even while the entire planet is warming very cool. So what what. When did you when did when did global warming change to climate change. One we find have always called climate change. Global warming was more of a popular term. Global warming is a symptom of climate change. It's like you're running a fever but the disease you have is not the fever. The fever is just the symptom so the diseases climate change and we're seeing an increase in the average temperature of the planet. But we're also seeing a lot of other things. Things are changing in the places where we live we see. Wildfires are burning greater gray area. We see hurricanes are getting bigger and stronger. We see that heavy rain events are getting more frequent. Heat waves getting more intense. And so personally. If i'm gonna call it something i usually call it. Global weirding very nice dancer. Something clear we own married should have gone with that from the beginning. What it definitely got a lot more people involved so so is there some Climate change people always want to blame today's weather on a climate change. So how do you. How do you advise people to think about whether versus climate in terms of what you're going to blame the the the answer genetic factors on so whether it's kind of like your mood and climate is like your personality you can be in a good mood or a bad mood but long-term your certain type of person at the same time though. We know that climate change is affecting our weather. And here's house so mashing of paradise and you always have a chance of rolling a double six. That's an extreme weather event but decade by decade. Is the planet worms. It's as if it's sneaking in taking another one of those sixes as another number turning it into a sex and then another one turning into a seven and so pretty soon. You're rolling all kinds of double sixes and even some seven like you never used to be four and you're like what is going on. That's climate change and that stereo system. Can you turn up to eleven though. That's really what people so thank you. Okay okay because it is odd when people say we haven't had floods this high since nineteen thirty six. Well you had floods that high in nineteen thirty six when no one was talking about climate change so if the comparison to the highs today are always index to something long ago. What you're really saying is it's not that it's high specifically but that we're having a lot of them like you said someone is freeloading dice yet. Another way to think about. It is like baseball player. They hit the occasional home running on steroids and they started to hit a lot more home with unprecedented. It's just that their statistics changed. And that's what's happening with. Climate change and tell me about the paris accord the paris agreement. You know we get snippets of it. You know in in in in the united states are part of it or are we not. We changed leadership and then someone on dozen. So we're wasn't. We're we're hasn't been where was where is it now. And what's our relationship to it so i was there. I was in paris when this all happened. And what happened was almost every country in the entire world got together and agreed to limit global temperature change to at least two degrees celsius and if possible one and a half and just as a benchmark or already at one degree today. So that's where we were and then pretty much. Every country in the world signed on and then president trump announced that he would be withdrawing the us from the agreement but he can't officially bullet until just before the election member. So it hasn't actually happened yet. And if he does withdraw the us they can go back in after just a couple more weeks. But here's the thing. It isn't just about federal government. Solving this problem is about organizations. Like cities and states corporations universities Tribal nations religious denominations. And so. they've all gotten together in the. Us and organizations that represent almost half of us emissions have agreed that they're still in on the paris agreement so it's not a zero or one. We're already half of us are committed to be there. We just need the other has to come along and for that we need the federal government. But it isn't just the us if you look globally at all the commitments. All the countries have made that only adds up to three degrees. We haven't got enough yet to get down to. It's kind of like a potluck dinner and everybody's supposed to bring enough to feed everybody will. There isn't enough food on the table yet. So far we're only gonna global temperature to three degrees not two degrees so we don't just need the. Us we need more from almost everyone else per cabinet any given day especially in dry climates the temperature swings twenty thirty forty degrees from mid afternoon to just before sunrise. And so why. What can you tell people for them to be concerned about a mere two degree rise in the average. I hear exactly what you're saying. And i've actually thought about how to explain this and here's what i would say. The temperature of the planet is stable as the human body. So if you add up all of the temperature around the whole world it can be really cold one place. It could be really warm the other but at the scale of the planet it's a staples the human body and our human body temperature. You know ninety eight degrees. That's pretty warm. But if our body temperature goes up one degree fahrenheit or if it goes up almost two degrees fahrenheit which is one degree celsius and you're laying in bed exactly and that's why this matters senate is running. A fever played some really cool. The very first person to collect weather station date because we do use weather stations all around the world the very first person to collect all that data and show that the planet was warming was a british engineer called guy calendar in nineteen thirty eight and he sounds like a game show host at the very cool. I've guide calendar side. So why all right so tell me precisely what is warming the planet. Okay let me be more precise than that. We know greenhouse gases trap solar energy and its remains in the atmosphere and the temperature goes up. What are the sources of this Greenhouse excess carbon dioxide greenhouse gases. Yes so first of all as you know neil. Our planet already has a natural blanket of heat trapping gases that keeps our planet the perfect temperature for life. We'd have frozen ball of ice if we didn't have this natural blanket so what's the problem. The problem affected my field. We call it snowball earth times when times when the the the right amount of greenhouse was not happening. so we're kind of like goldilocks. We don't want too much of it because then we'd be like venus. We don't want to little of it because then we'd be the snowball earth so the sun's energy actually goes mostly through this blanket. Sorta like a window. The heats up the earth gives off infrared or he energy and the blanket traps the heat energy. Just like a blanket traps our body heat at night same way. So what's the problem. The problem is we are wrapping extra blanket around the planet that it doesn't need somebody sneaking into your room at night which is sort of creepy when you think about it and putting an extra blanket on you and you wake up sweating loves you. Who puts an extra blank. I granted are coming in with crocheted with the crochet blanket. Yes yes we had central heating in candidate but she was convinced. It didn't work because you all in every night with a blank has so where coming from. About three quarters of it. Seventy five percent is coming from digging up and burning fossil fuels seventy five percent. Twenty five percent of it is coming found land-use changes in agriculture specifically deforestation and animal agriculture because she'll deforestation because plants take in carbon dioxide and they build themselves off it and give off oxygen. You take away plants. You removing sink for or an absorbing factor in the carbon dioxide. that's correct yes but also when you burn them it releases the carbon in the trees into the atmosphere too so it's a double whammy. Okay but but if okay but if you if you have a tree that had carbon dioxide that they took out of the air and you burn the tree it puts it back in. Isn't that neutral. It is but if you're deforesting area and you're not putting the trees back again so now. The tree is no longer taking the at scrubbing the atmosphere of carbon dioxide. Yes so that's why. I'm growing up in canada if you want to earn a lot of money in the summer to pay for university would go tree-planting because some countries like bhutan candidate tree plant like scenes. And what they're doing is they're cutting down the trees. But then the replacing them so the net impact on carbon is neutral. But what's happening is due to all the wildfires and do all the past and beatles that are eating the trees even in canada the forest have been a net source of carbon the last decade or more rather than sing. Where where'd you don't. You can't just throw in beatles out of nowhere beatles and insects what how does clementines affect our insect population and what is happening is there are beetles. That eat trees and cold winters. Kill them off so if they get killed off in the cold winter you only have one generation of those every year but if you have a really warm winter it doesn't kill them off so you have baby parents grandparents and great grandparents beatles eating the trees and they eat millions of acres of trees and so then when awhile skirts trees are dried up and they brought him to kill them and become dry and britain and they they actually become an accelerated at that point kindle. We're the original meaning of the word kindle not not desolate and tender right but you know the the had previous meanings with before the internet but so it sounds like all. The that that we're discussing here are self exacerbating they asked. The one problem becomes a domino to exacerbate another problem which becomes this vicious circle. So it's a spiral downwards. you know. that's that's very scary. So so you're talking about a a a self feeding luke. Amplifying feedback positive feedback. Because that sounds good did a great job self amplifying even a vicious cycle and the worst. They cycles in the arctic. All right all right. So so what do you what you plan to do about this now. You yes catherine problem go you hero of the planet. You are learn here. You're even means what does it mean to be a hero. What does that mean. I showed up and i was expecting the cage. Who showed up took. I was expecting the cape and the superpower's and i did not get them and i'm severely disappointed because i thought the whole deal where she got those. And then you save the planet right gotcha. Gotcha marvel yeah. You don't have superpower. Basically the canadian captain marvel be actually have a fantastic colleague. Who's based in new york. Her name is catherine but she goes by kate and her last name is even marvel still k. We've had several times star talk but let s so we want to do something about it. 'cause we don't want a warm the earth of our understandings of our civilization or capacity of civilization accommodated. So do we all become vegan. Do we stop having kids do we. What are some easy things fast things because we're all lazy you know. So what's the simplest easy thing to do. Well that is the number one question. I started to get started to talk to people about climate. Change as i'm a scientist. I don't fix this problem. I tell you how bad it is. But that's not satisfying. Because you can't have somebody tell you there's a problem not tell you how to fix it so i've thought about this for really long time because we could each do everything we could and that would just fix a fraction of the problem. Just a fraction. Ninety companies have produced two thirds of heat trapping gas emissions since the dawn of the industrial era. Okay want to pull the plug on ninety companies. Not not just that we. We need system wide change and though some of those companies are already starting to change. Thanks to pressure. Some of them might not change. They're going to have to go the way of the horses and buggies but we need system wide change but assistance made up of individuals so we have to take a take a quick break but when we come back in just moments Catherine i want you to pursue what it is that we need to do about climate change and the ways climate change is influencing our behavior the way it should or isn't or can influence. How behavior so this is star talk live. I'm a person who goes through therapy. And i say that without compunction and i say proudly because it's helping me and the people who really like it on my family speaking of families you always take care of your family but what are you doing to take care of yourself. Tele doc gives you access to licensed therapist to help you get back to feeling your best to feeling like yourself again. I know what you're thinking. 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Talk with neil degrasse tyson Welcome to segment to star talk live we are in the virtual corona verse right now and this whole subject is on climate change and little bit about climate change but not as much as any expert we bring to the table such as would we have. We've got catherine heyhoe. Thank you again. Catherine and you're canadian accent is charming. Let me just say. I know you're trying to hide it but you can't. It's it's there for all of us students to hear but tell me something. How realistic is it to just simply change. Everybody's behavior well. The first thing we have to change is not our behavior the first thing we have to change the way we think about the problem because it turns out even though the headlines are all about people who rejects science when you actually look at the polling data our real problem is that we don't think it matters to us and we don't think we can fix it so that is why i have become absolutely convinced after years and years of working in this that the number one thing anybody can do is use their voice to talk about why it matters to us in the places where we live in ways that matter to us as people and what we can do is fix it which includes individual solutions like step on the carbon scale measure carbon footprint. Cigarette things you can do but talk about how big corporations are going. Carbon neutral like microsoft and even walmart and apple talk about how cities are cutting their carbon emissions and meeting. The paris agreement targets like the city of houston were all the big oil and gas companies lip talk about how clean energy is revolutionizing the lives of poor people who don't have access to affordable literacy talk about how carbon farming carbon back in the soil increases our soil health in our yields and helps farmers be part of the solution. Use your voice to advocate for change at your school at your place of work at your organization at your city in your family. Easing are powerful thing we can do. So that's that's hopeful. And and which were. We're doing here right with this with this star. Talk live featuring your voice. The canadian captain marvel as you are the fact that that fewer people traveling now on the coronavirus lockdown has what has that done to the climate. So it has reduced our emissions in april global carbon emissions dropped by seventeen percent on the whole world and they dropped by twenty five percent earlier in china as the lockdown happened there. I and there's still a little bit lower than average because people aren't flying that's great news. But as the lockdown passes they're just starting to go right back up to where they were. You'll think there's some habits that we've accumulated Because it's way easier to do this. Virtually than everybody get up and getting a car and go to a theater i mean. Do you think some to be some lingering bits of this that then we keep definitely will be but the bulk of it was industry. Not you and i- flying traveling. That's only about three percent of total emissions. Here's the positive thing though to meet the paris target which we were talking about before we have to reduce our global carbon emissions about forty five percent by twenty thirty and that sounded like an almost impossible goal last year. Well you know what we got almost halfway there in three weeks in april okay so as say math is an existence proof on my gosh. You think we can't do it. We kind of already did grant approval khansa concept exactly and back up again so we just have to realize that we can do it. We can bring them down permanently not temporarily so respect what you were talking about with. All of us using our boys which i think is excellent at yale. Climate communications study said that Somewhere around fifty. Four percent of people basically say don't talk about it at all it. Just don't even ever talk about such extremely powerful but don't also think that if we are doing something personally that that makes you vested in the problem and being vested in the problem makes you went to see other people take action and it also makes you went to hold corporations and leaders authorities Accountable yes absolutely. So the social science has found that our sense of efficacy in other words if we feel empowered to act that has a tremendous impact and also even our sense of righteous anger. Look i'm doing everything i can look at year. Not forgotten attorneys righteous anger. Good trouble it's one of those kind of thing. I hear it every every saturday. When i'm laying on the couch. Mow the lawn. can you talk. Chuck down off the ledge right there so having tell me about the wildfires that devastated australia recently. And of course are doing so much damage in california so wildfires are one of these things we talked about what reloading the dice. We've always had wildfires in the us. Most of them are human ignition. most are accidental. Arson just to be clear and up in canada and alaska humid. Ignition is not always. Malevolent is what you're saying now. Big fires in california actual deliberate arson most of them were as we now know gender reveal pyrotechnics gone wrong dumping burning trash into dry brush or just having something plugged in the shed that shorted out and start shed on fire or power lines parking. That's what starts missed the wildfires. Okay didn't know that so. Can you trace threat from the wildfires to climate change. Absolutely once they start. They're burning greater area and the reason why they're burning greater area is because the vegetation is dried out the differences. Imagine you throw a match on a pile of pretty greenwood what happens then. Imagine you show you throw the same size match on a pile of bone dry kindling. What happens a consecration happens. That's the difference between climate change versus not climate. Change all right. So i'm still trying to figure something out here. If you just say things dried out climate change. They dried out. Aren't there places that are getting more rain than ever before you know. Tell that to a place that just had a huge flood so we simultaneously as a scientific community saying yup. It's dry over there. That's climate change. Yup it's wet over there that's climate change and so people i don't think they have a sense of some directed phenomenon that is itself increasing. So how do you reconcile that. You're absolutely right. And the point of connection the invisible point of connection is the fact that were special glasses to see. There's this invisible thing he's just gotta believe me. Measure it we can measure it. We just can't see it that the warmer the atmosphere the more water vapor can hold so in other words the warmer it gets the more it dries out our soil's and dryers california are vegetation but when a storm comes along there's more water vapor up there for that store to pick up dump on us so in a place that gets lots of storms. They're getting a lot of heavy rainfall events in a place where they don't get storms all that water is evaporating. It's just being transported out of the region leading it drier than what before before exact same mechanism in both cases these related phenomena the flooding. And the droughts okay and tell me about a sea level rise because that's Anytime i'm asked about climate change. That's what i think about the most and because of the world's great cities are on the water's edge historically of course for commerce and transportation and irrigation and the like the on rivers for example so so sea level rise in house climate. Change give you that and who gets affected. I so remember. We talked about how the we're wrapping extra blanket around the planet. That's trapping ramon watts. Over ninety percent of the heat being trapped by that blanket is going into the ocean. So we're using the monitors to measure global air temperature global warming. We are literally measuring the tip of the iceberg and ninety three percents. Iceberg is under the osha. Could just to be clear. You're talking about the heat. Energy not the temperature so if so if the ocean goes up by a fraction of a degree much smaller than two degrees celsius data an enormous amount of heat energy as a repository. Is that correct. Jewels and the law of exit jewel. Susan extra as metric prefix exit gills as in the unit of and. Thank you okay. I thought that was a new word. That i didn't know about okay. It's what it's what the kids are using. The so this kilo mega giga exa the metric prefixes and their. You're off again so so chuck chuck a lou. Your buddy another. Astrophysicist did a calculation that i'm gonna screw up so i don't want to say it. But he did the calculation of the warming of the oceans how much energy they are holding in ended up being like i dunno one hundred atomic bombs the equivalent of something like that. What he did was he made the calculated. And i was gonna like this so that we can then go public with number. Generally you do that when you're scientists and you guys were arguing about it so now i could just say saying so you can ask. How many atomic bombs would you have to detonate in the atmosphere to raise the temperature. Two degrees as we have not rated one degree with what does that. And then we know atomic bombs and else feels a little more sort of nebulous. So so caffeine in your business bringing this to the public. You are just chock full of examples such as that right you because otherwise people can't wrap their head around the pure science typically that you would otherwise be delivered we can't put we're not used to processing numbers like that like ten to the twenty one. What does that even mean matters though is become tended twenty one that's how many gigawatts was in the flex capacitor. Everybody knows god. Twenty-one gigolo gigawatts. It was actually gigawatts but they said gigawatts good. Because it's a movie but that's fine so let me ask another thing some decades ago. One of the news weekly magazines back when people read things on paper it had it had a headline Ice age come. Okay so tell me about these calculations that talked about ice ages either in the past that would be imminent or ice ages that might have been scheduled for the future. And now we'll be delayed isn't not a good thing. Yes because we humans don't like it too cold or too hot. We like it just right so in celestial mechanics class which you probably took two. We learned about the orbital cycles of the earth orbit around the sun and how they altered the way that the sun's energy falls on the earth and those are actually responsible for the ice ages are what we scientists called glacial maxima and then the warm periods like we're in today but because they are predictable we can calculate where we are on that cycle. And here's where we are. Good folks will love part and the mystery novel. We are on this on okay architecture bring it on. We know that there was an ice age. About twenty thousand years ago. We know that it ended when a rodent went looking for an acorn and broke off a chunk of ice. Been in the movie ice age. That is a documentary right Filming it right. I did have a cameo in ice age. Five cameo an ice age five so have to quickly tell you one of the reviews of ice age. Five was it said. This is evidence that it's about time the franchise goes extinct. Hasn't been an ice age. Sits any back to go. So where are we on recycle. That's an ice age. We got warmer warming peaked about six to eight thousand years ago right around the dawn of human civilization agriculture agriculture because we had the perfect conditions and then since then temperature was very very gradually slowing in cooling very gradually but agriculture deforestation had pretty much stabilized it so we pretty much hit the sweet spot and then the industrial revolution happened. We're going straight in the opposite direction. So the official conclusion is is that the next glacial maximum would have happened in about fifteen hundred years. Give or take a few hundred years. But in fact we have indefinitely delayed it for not just thousands probably tens of thousands of years and not only. Are we we. Don't we want to be stable but we're not stable. We are headed in the other direction. Faster than any time in the history of human civilization on this planet so we should be an cooling period. Is what you say. We said we should be going down as what you're saying. So yeah tell that to. La one hundred and twenty degrees of couple of weeks ago So was it in pasadena and somewhere in in the valley so let me let me ask you. I leapfrogged over. One of my questions went which was about sea level rise could tell me what's just melting of land glaciers. Is that all happening there right. So but half of sea level rise is because warmer water takes up more space and all extra heat is going to the ocean. The other half is the melting of land based not arctic sea ice because arctic sea ice is already sitting on the water like ice cubes in your glass when they keep smell. You've glass doesn't overflow but what's happening now is that sea level is rising twice as fast as when the satellite observations began twenty five years ago and that is because greenland and arctic are melting much faster than they used to be and the reason we care about it like you said is because two thirds of the largest cities in the world are located within just a few seat or a meter of sea level and about seven hundred million people live in the low elevation coastal zone so we just have to pick up cities and move them inland and the netherlands. It's all it's like a superman movie you know like. Hey just by my property in camden new jersey and set up a jersey's shoreline because that's going to be from property ones that you're talking about superman. The move the original was that there is a movie. You're going way back. Chuck with lex luther. That's i remember this in more than one of recurring there. So what are the first So cities will obviously get hit. But i read about full countries in it Or landmasses in this in the south pacific or the name western pacific region of the world where hall countries are just a few feet above sea level. So just be gone if this continuous loss and they're already trying to immigrate but unfortunately climate refugee is not an official designation for a refugee under the united nations. You work for the un change. It i don't your car sharing. Un versus didn't give me a car and telling you know cape no card superpower. He's the glass so so so new zealand. For example is taking a handful of people a year they have a quota but they're not taking nearly enough people to move the entire population and even so losing your country even if you could transport your entire family which most people are not able to do even if you could transport your whole community. You're still losing your country and that is something that's part of you and so our choices absolutely matter today more than ever and we can make a difference and one person truly can be that agent of change. Well since you say we have to stop having kids and become begins. I'm all about that. You don't have to tell me not to have children leave me. I am so on. That's rain i look. I'm the three kids. Dr events rain. No a catherine your your your. Your comments are wise. And sage. And i so there is some hope even if it's not unfolding on the timescale that we seek Perhaps it'll maybe we need a few more disasters to to make people sit up a little higher in their chairs perhaps Because we tend to be better at reacting to a problem then preventing one in advance. I think The history of american behavior in the world so But okay. I 'cause you're on the front lines and if you tell us to have hope i don't know who else to believe but you active. Hope not just passive. All tornado can the end because it won't of hope we have. We have to have at none of to cope none of that jesse jackson. Hope hope alive. i'll make. I'm be tom keep that it. S saying what you're saying is 'cause i don't like the word hope because it's what you express when you confess that you're not in control yet I just hope so. The fact that you've now put a nuance on it. His passive hope. Which is what. I just described an active. I hope that this will change. And i'm doing something to enable that we will end segment to on that positive thought by katherine katherine delight. To have you again on star talk we will continue to reach for you Because this this not ended when you do get a card carrying u n a i d you know tell us then hold you to it with whatever. un n. Says you go back and read them. The riot act or catherine. Don't worry just email me a. I know some people that can make you choke you got. People might have different kind of pedal kathryn. 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And who's going to join us for that because again you know little bit but not enough. Like the experts. No let's bring peter mahaffey peter. Welcome back to star talk. It's fabulous to be here. Neil chuck as your professor of chemistry at king's university in alberta canada. That's right director of the king. Center for visualization in science and with a special focus on climate change science and awareness. The you're the guy you're if if all this fails if you're false if the attempt to change the world you're you are that's your title that's on your business card. People have been blaming hemisphere. Longtime neil layton. So through the lens of chemist. How do you think about an studied. Climate change yeah. That's a great question. You know your audience is probably sitting there thinking you're bringing on what do they bring us toxic substances and pollutants and smoke coming out of exhausts. But i wanna peter sun on my best friends are made of chemicals out about you. But that's true for me. Yeah i wanna plant a different a different image in the minds of your listeners and viewers. And that's i think if chemists says caretakers stewards of mariners and think about climate and climate change. Climate is regulated by matter and energy flowing through our atmosphere fear crisis fear oceans land and canvas transform and analyze substances. We understand the flow of energy and chemical reactions processes so even though chemists don't pay nearly enough attention to that. Climate change is right in our wheel house and we need to both talk about it. A lot more as kathryn hale was saying we also need to do a lot more. Let let me give you an example. Everybody knows about carbon dioxide carbon dioxide from fossil fuels that were laid down maybe hundreds of millions of years ago They've been there and now in the last two hundred fifty years we've extracted Matic rates in birmingham or making. Cotr simple combustion reaction and that's changing the of our planet in in a short period of time so that's that's chemistry. We understand and control. It makes life a lot better. But there's other chemistry to there's greenhouse gases like methane and nitrous oxide and fluorinated gases physicist attention to isotopes in antarctic ice. That tell us what the temperature was a long time ago and the best of all of this is that that knowledge is now followed by the things. Chemistry's doing a frontal forefront to develop new technologies to tackle climate change. Okay that's so that means you can help us here. You're not just some kenniston lab. Even though you know what's going on you can actually It'd be inventive and innovative to help this. 'cause that's right. It's all about understanding so that we can do something about it and then it's helping to provide the materials in reactions new ways of thinking about transforming materials in order to mitigate change. And you know there's there's new carriers for fuel hydrogen There's fuel sales. There's materials for solar cells in wind. Turbines chemist working hard to create new ways of fixing nitrogen to feed the world chuck chuck when peter started talking when he said you know we we command all of matter and energy. That was the beginning of a superhero movie. Basically he's somebody's nemesis in the making here. If you think about a chemist or thanos. I mean that's basically what don't appear peter. Snap at you. I love the metaphor. Neil fair takers or stewards right. We were shepherd tools and we need to learn how to use way that green and sustainable and helps to build a better future for people and our planet. So what what do you think in terms of as you said that you know a chemical companies may be seen as part of the problem and we've had this conversation where you say chemical companies make what people demand so you know. We're part of that problem too. But can they be part of the solution. And how would that be can. Is there a like yeah. What would that look like if used chemistry as a way out. Yeah absolutely and there's a huge change however which accounts. But since it's not often i'm an arm's reach of a chemist before you answer that don't you let him near your net peter list for me. The greenhouse gases that are in the atmosphere and that exists so that have a full understanding because when you come at us and say. Here's here's what we can do to fix this or that. Presumably some solutions are best for some greenhouse gases relative to others. Just give me that quick inventory. Yeah for sure. The only one that gets any airplay is carbon dioxide. Right than it's almost you. And that's the reason it's the most important greenhouse gas and something that we can do a lot about and we're doing a lot of but right behind that neil are are methane gas each for there's nitrous oxide laughing gas who would've thought that's a major contributor to climate change and then does have with that come from and why can't i get more of that in my life and you talk about a a methane this is like cow flatulence right. That's right you know. That's a contributor methane. One of the computers are in agriculture including intensive agriculture but methane comes from From anaerobic fermentation the stuff that happens. Rice fields and patties it comes land leads to terminate reminds producing large amounts of methane oil and gas operations. That aren't my hometown. Daryl daryl to its source of methane mcallister fix or as a lot lower concentrations than carbon dioxide. But it's about at least thirty two seventy times as powerful a greenhouse gases as carbon dioxide molecule from you'll molecule for molecule and so. It's a good thing. There isn't much of an inner atmosphere. But then then you go to the third on the list which is laughing gas in here. You're thinking oh dentists right. They're making all of their patients relaxed. I'm do it for all our problems. They're placing might think about laughing gas. If you go to the star and get some whipping cream and that middle spurt that you run here on your on you put it in your pumpkin pie laughing gas. But the real sources of it and they're not giving up my whip cream. I'm sorry when the flood the world takes into. It's not big contributor braun. The pumpkins for your pumpkin pie. This the problem neo. Because it's when we over apply for lives irs and Bacterium this oil end up doing knightfoundation and denied gatien processes that turn all of that extra ammonia and nitrate urea fertilizers into laughing gaps. In agriculture agricultural cultures of big contributor lasts for its off three hundred times the global warming potential of carbon dioxide. Molitor vermont. Kio thing happens to it in. The atmosphere doesn't dissolve in water. Doesn't break down in chemical reaction so it's a big player and then the third one the last one atlas. The dioxide are the fluorinated gases. Things like this. Yes season so on. You put all three of those together. And they add up to about two thirds to three quarters of the change that's happened to our planet's radiation balances the industrial revolution there reasons. Cfc's as a chemist. Okay you're fluent but for everybody else. Does that disturb royal -fluorocarbons correct so these it. Cfc's are molecules that are native carbon atoms and flooring and corden only and then they've been replaced with ones that aren't as damaging to the ozone layer. There's other fluorinated compounds. Too far in adams on carbon. And whatever you do that. A last a long time in the atmosphere and they absorb a huge amount of infrared radiation that would otherwise escape. our planet and So can i ask you when you talk about methane which is far more powerful than carbon dioxide co covered when we're when we talk about losing the permafrost and you talk about the melting of glaciers that that means that we're going to have a crapload more of methane atmosphere right about the permafrost. Let's hear that story. So there's there's places where we have a lot of methane really start on our planet and one of them well. Three bites of course is deep underground in oil and gas fields but we have a lot of methane stored in permafrost up in the polar regions. And some of it's pretty deep down. And then we have methane stored in molecules Three hydrates they're kind of locked in cages of water molecules off of ocean over shelves and when we get to the the polar regions like the arctic and we start seeing climate change happening and if we get a change in temperature of a couple of degrees average around the planet that translates into eight to ten degrees celsius increase at the polls. And what happens. We start getting what. Catherine talked about a positive feedback loop and positive doesn't mean a good thing At the temperature warms up. It doesn't take much energy to release methane gas and then we get one of these feedback loops going where the methane gas. How were full. Greenhouse gas causes more. Local warming causes more permafrost melting. And that's probably been one of the phenomenon that has happened at other times in our history. When we'd gone through mass extinctions we've may be had a amir if a planet and released a lot of methane from three hydrates to junior casually. He said yeah. Saturday kind of happening are other mass extinctions. Those those are things that happen. There was a time when a meteor hit the planet. That didn't go so well again. Another time we used to have these things called dinosaurs. Might we might join the who notes. That's what makes this climate crisis so serious writing. The affected has on biodiversity the effect that it has on on on human life but also our whole planets life and and we're risking and three another mass extinction because we can't seem to manage problem of of greenhouse gases so what's the biggest challenge and given your chemical expertise. What are the biggest opportunities that you see in front of us to mitigate climate change. Yeah so so. The two big challenges are that caught. The climate crisis is so serious. And it's on such an urgent timeline that we feel inadequate as humans. We become paralyzed. And i think another equally challenges that politics has hijacked the five conversation who really unfortunate ways. So you know. A carbon dioxide molecules in the atmosphere Don't vote conservative or liberal or republican or democrat. They don't respect national boundaries and yet the gases that we met in north america for instance Effect in really profound ways for people in other parts of the world who don't admit many greenhouse gases. So we've gotta find ways to understand each other to move beyond our nationalist agendas and work together to become caretakers of the planet. So it's easy to say you're gonna make it happen. Yeah well there's a little digitalization. That king center. Visualization is to work the last two years to create an an interactive learning resource. It's called design our climate. And it's something that your users cannot can go do. It's going to encourage them to to envision the future to design future emissions scenarios by making informed choices electric transportation and building materials. And what you find when you do that first of all that. If you use currently available technologies you can get to our target of one and a half degree celsius. It's tough requires fundamental changes. But the other thing you find is there's no silver bullet. There's not one new magic technology that we can impose is gonna make it happen like to say there's silver buckshot. There's the whole profound talk things we can do. We do live together and they will make a difference so yeah. That's a resource that. I think Your listeners might find pretty helpful. But i never heard of firearms analogy under canadian before it makes sense. It's like silver but we all we have to do now is Shoe climate crisis in the face. That's what we have to do. So what what do you know about the blue sky zero Citizens science initiative. What does that. Yeah that's fantastic. This is an initiative of pocket lab. Who's on cering the event and Lab makes a bunch of sensors. Air sensors water sensors instruments for citizen science and mitee matt be visualization center up in edmonton partnered with a hot lab over the last year. And we've been helping launch program called blue sky. Zero get a bunch of air quality sensors in the hands of citizens from around the world and then see if they can measure air quality jerking the shot down and then as we emerged from the shutdown. Can we actually made significant changes in air pollutants and and so. That was really successful. It showed us that we can do it. We can get data back to scientists who can begin to make sense of it and now the challenges can we roll out. Some citizen science initiatives on a much bigger scale to help All sorts of people understand and like they can own their understanding for some of these big challenges. So we're absolutely thrilled to announce today on star talk that we're releasing unleashing on the world of a free interactive electronic resource to use to help understand what the status of our life support systems is and the extent to which human activity is him is called the planetary boundaries framework. some of. You're gonna know something about it. You can say what we see is just a a frame shot. But it's actually interactive tools live interactive tool. That went live last night at about midnight. And you can look at all nine or systems you can see how they are controlled area. Change over time you can click on them and get a bunch of information about what you can do about them. We think it's going to be a really powerful to to help with climate change understanding and how it's leading to all the other systems because climate change is awesome teaching tool. of course. Yeah yes yonkers then you can walk people through it and then they become Then they can take that to others once they become sort of fluent in it what it means and where it's going to take you. So so what what. What hope do you have for us here. Hope you know it's gotta be active. Hope but what brings me. Hope neo is two things. I i'm really privileged to work locally in a learning community and these days teaching chemistry every day when i go is vice students with masks and fatio on and they're trying in the middle of all of these challenges to live out our universities vision statement which has helped to build a more just humane and sustainable planet. And they're doing it in our roads in good hands with these young people that i also worked at all canadians. Well you know that's just that you get that for free but then the other thing that brings me hope is that i. I do a lot of work at global apples. In science science education space and and there is a lot of momentum about doing science education differently so that we think about systems we get away from isolated facts we think about sustainability and so we can find ways to do science to education as people matter in our planet matters and that gives me an awful yet but peter i think that's that's a great perspective and thought and sentiment about what. What's at the center of what you're saying is that It's not just the knowledge that something is happening. Here is the understanding of why it's happening and that requires a level of science literacy. That are championing here did you. Do you have hope for the world. If the world does not achieve science literacy you think they might need to really embrace the problem science superficial that they've heard about at the coffee lounge chemistry keeps being taught away. It's been talked for the last hundred years where it's a whole bunch of isolated facts that you memorize Then it's hopeless. That's not happening. There's fundamental change happening in science education and it is focused on systems. Thinking is focused on sustainability. And it's it's it's it's a train that's moving. There's no way that train stopping now. You see it in the next generation science standards in the us. You see it. In insane sustainability initiatives you see chemist scientists working with peatland humanities and social sciences in the fine arts. Were on the train. And it's it's moving. It's a very nineteenth century reference there on a train. Cnn after physique. We're on a rocket. And i just consider using a more updated yesterday for the spectacular astrophysicist. Right then i'm actually writing a children's story about getting a train over a mountain from From venice which fighting to harrison. And we're asking kids to what locomotive is irritate. And there's thought older executive trainer in my mind yet thomas. The tank engine vote by got that. Well peter thank you for this Sharing this expertise we got. We got to close out this show. This is the first ever virtual start. Talk live It's been fun to put together. I want thank chuck. Nice check such a pleasure. Always all good catherine heyhoe. Who did our first two segments Peter murphy and i want to publicly thank pocket lab for co sponsoring this event so this has been a production a star talk and host neil degrasse tyson as always bidding you to keep working on.

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