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Perfect Mix w/ Julie Watson-Daly

Dog Save The People

20:05 min | 2 years ago

Perfect Mix w/ Julie Watson-Daly

"Welcome the dogs. The people podcast about how dogs make our lives better. My name is John Bartlett Bartlett in I'm your host. Julie Daily was going through a tough divorce and was figuring out her next steps but with the help of different rescue dogs coming into into her life. She's been able to keep making her way through this new stage for life and finding happiness again additionally she's gotten involved with the one love Animal Rescue Organization in New Jersey. Here's the as a result where she's found fulfillment and purpose from as well Julie. Welcome to dog. Save the people. Thank thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you so much for having me. Where are we speaking to from? I am in southern New Jersey in a town called Deptford and we are about sixteen minutes from Philadelphia and right great. So thank you again for joining us. I wanted to get a little bit of background from you as as for as your history with dogs. Do you have dogs growing up. I did but not until I was in seventh or eighth grade. That was when my I parents somewhat inherited our first dog from my grandparents. Their dog betsy needed a place to live and she was a Jack Russell terrier so you're not long after that's passed away. My parents ended up adopting another dog and they had her until they passed away. You who have gone through a few things and can you speak a little bit about where you were a while back in how you came to adopt your your Dog Bailey. There's a lot of change happening in my life divorce but also having to move that's always a a very trying time as you're trying to rebuild your life and I happen to be scrolling through facebook one day and I saw this picture of daily and and she was about to be put down The shelters were full. My heart just broke and I was like I can't let that happen. And basically a half hour later. They were on my doorstep and I had a dog so she was definitely a pit. Mix mm-hmm. I truly believe that she was definitely part lab because her coat was so thick was more of like a lab coat might have even had a little bit of bulldog in her as well and she was an older girl by the time that I got her I mean she really had no fear ear. I mean she just loved everyone people animals. She struggled for a bit the first night that I had her. 'cause you know she was obviously not you know she had never met not until she showed up your stuff that day. She wasn't familiar with her surroundings. But I mean I would say even by the next day. She was completely uncomfortable and I mean I loved her from the minute I saw her probably even before she showed up. On my doorstep I loved that dog everything happens for a reason and I feel like the stars somewhat aligned and everything fell into place as far as the timing like I was meant to see that facebook post when I did I. I know that she was meant to come in my life to help me through my divorce and through a very difficult time period in my life they not only we love you without condition. They don't care if you're in a bad mood or if you're busy and you know you can't pay attention to them right at that moment they don't hold it against you. You know but she was also my constant companion. I work from home and you know she was just always there she was my you know my trusty trusty sidekick. She was my assistant. She would snore. While I was on conference calls which was always hilarious for my coworker. I I bet at that time you were living next door to somebody who also had adult yes and an apartment where my apartment I and their apartment. We had basically the whole top floor and when they moved in it was truly like a match made in heaven their dog. Burt became instant best best friends and they just had the most enduring friendship and it was just so perfect and so loving and you know obviously with let's Myself and with birth parents. You know we all became very close. Obviously because you know the girls were so close so developed the friendship that we still have to this day. Okay and you know. They've moved but we still keep in touch and No we visit as often as we can. It was just such a wonderful and a a genuine bond and when Bailey passed away of cancer not only was my best friend here or there with me but so was birth. Mom that's really beautiful so after Bailey you ended up meeting someone else. Can you tell me about this angel absolutely absolutely I sure can so I was sitting in the airport and I was scrolling through facebook and I had a friend who fostered through one love. She happen to share a facebook post and it was a picture of her name at the time when she was pulled from animal control in Philadelphia by one love Her name was Luna Arizona Little Face and I knew I had to do something and as soon as I got to their house yes and I sat down on the floor and she walked right up to me and she started looking face and it was pretty much a done deal. There was no turning back at that point so I was like. Yeah I mean I have to have her. She's perfect and I named Colusa. So yeah you're probably noticing a trend family. I think it's very unique dog names. She fit right in. There were a lot of things where she was very similar to Bailey. But so many instances senses where she was different. She had a lot more energy. Initially things thought that she was about seven eight years old. We ended up finding out a little bit later after that she was actually much older. Kalou was also a pit mix. There is definitely red nosed pit in her but I definitely feel like there was something else that I could never quite pinpoint what else she had the cutest little crinkly cauliflower ear when we got her and it just added to her personality she had the also the most adorable little under bite. It looked like she was smiling. Pulling at you with her little under bite when she looked at you again. was you know my constant companion because you know she was always here with me even in while I was working in I swear she could tell time because I always till Friday clock to feed her and if I happen to be on a conference call where it ran a little bit past five o'clock or something along those lines. She would let me know absolutely understand that when I first rescued Colusa I was like. Oh well she's you know. We thought she was a lot younger but she definitely had a lot more energy than I was used to with Baileigh so she was going for long walks. 'cause you know I don't you have a yard. I live in an apartment. So don't have a yard that I can just let the dog out in so have to go for pretty long walks and I came up with a route that you know took us past the bus stop. The school bus stop and there was a little girl that we walk. Pass a little girl and her mom that we walk past every day and AIRY first day they weren't even afraid of her. You know a lot of times. There's you tend to see when you're walking. A pit bull. That people will run across the street or turn around and go another way. Because they're not familiar enough with the breed and they buy into the negative connotation that goes along with with pit bulls unfortunately but her little girl and her mom. They did not have that fear and it because her mom she was like. Oh my gosh is this. She's like I love her. She's like I grew up within the best dogs in the world and her daughter they they just developed such a friendship and it became a routine that every morning. We would see them at the bus stop and that would end up walking her to her bus like the two girls would play for you know a couple minutes while they were waiting for her boss to come get her for school and they would play and then as soon as the bus got there was like they both knew. Okay you know now it means business. We got to walk to the bus and we would walk onto the boss and I would sit there and watch her for the bus and you know through their friendship developed a friendship with in her mother and you know we got to talking and she was like you know she's like this has been so great for her. She has a hard time in school. She's you know she's got some issues music. There's some bullying that happens because of the issues that she has while there's no one that's GonNa blow this adorable little girl that is being walked to the bus every day by a pit bull. You know what I mean like. It's like this is her own personal bodyguard and and then you have the most adorable will heartwarming friendship. And you know on school picture day like the two of them would repose for their pictures. While we were at the bus stop in the morning she would. It'd be all dolled up for class pictures and you know we could never get the two of them that look at the camera at the same time but we have the most adorable heartwarming pictures. And you know again i. I feel like it's Cliche to say unconditional love but it truly was just a genuine mobbing friendship that they had and it was so sad for both of them. When you know when Colo- got diagnosed with congestive heart failure? You know one of the things that said was you know. She can't do those long walks anymore so it was so sad because we couldn't take her you know she couldn't go past the bus stop anymore. We had to keep the walks really short so it was sad for her and it was also sad for that little girl. She didn't have glued a walker to the boss anymore. We still have visits. They would come here to see her a lot out so they got each other. I mean they were just so so so cute and so loving and you know there was a stint where Kalou actually spent a week in the hospital and when she was released from the hospital they came here to see her and it was the cutest thing video of it. Where you know Colusa is just looking her from head to toe I mean she just would not stop licking her from the minute? She walked in the door. That's all she she wanted to do was was just give her kisses because she finally got to see her little friend again. Incredible and what a beautiful memory for this little girl absolutely. Yes it was. It was a great memory for me and I know I know that it's a great memory for them as well. I bet how would you compare compare COLUSA and Bailey. I know that you are in different times in your life. But what were their different gifts to you. Well we'll taught me a little bit about myself Alf. Bailey taught me that I'm worth loving. I deserve love and you know while Kalou also taught me a little bit of that as well. Colusa taught me a lot about rescue and just how beautiful rescue can be because while again while Bailey was rescued dog. COLUSA was my first rescue dog that came from a rescue and it was as a result result of her. That I got involved with this rescue with on love and and you know helping out with things like home checks helping me out with fundraisers donating you know that type of thing and just helping out from a social media perspective you know because the more presence that they have the bigger the reach the better chances they have of getting dogs adopted and getting jobs are stirred and getting people all to donate their time or their money or just to get involved in some way shape or form so Kalou was my first experience with rescue and we actually did and the fostering the dog we have now she was she was our foster fail. Take me about the show. Her picture just spoke to us and we knew we had to meet her. She just came right up to both of us and just gotten collapse. Started looking our faces. All she wanted was belly rubs and we're like have to have the dog like there's there's just no question my boyfriend and I spoke about it and we said Yup We would like to name her sky with two wise to keep with tradition and I I swear that we do not have a drinking problem. Just do find that very interesting dog names is that you I keep. Hearing kind of shaking in the background and sky is also a pit or a pit mix. She's definitely a pet not really sure if she's a mix six and yes. She is fidgeting by my side every time you hear her move it's because I stopped rubbing her belly like that. Yes I understand it. And how would she think best. Guests is eighteen months to two years so she's young. She's young but she has also. There's no question that she's been through some stuff. I truly believe that on some level they know what their fate would have has been had. They not been rescued all three of those dogs. I mean they've already touched my heart but especially especially Colusa and and and I know it's it's fairly recent so it was actually. I just had my. My first book published. My Book is a book of poems. uh-huh it's poetry both. At the time that she passed it was it was with the publisher and it was in the final phases of being published. And I had reached out to my publisher when Kalou passed away and I was like. I know that this is already like a done deal but I can't have this book published without having a poem written for her and my publisher. They're amazing people truly amazing people as well and it they sorry sky is saying hi there in the background They were extremely understanding and Mary. Therapeutic and told me to take all the time that I needed and were one hundred percent on board even though all of the proofreading formatting editing everything had already been done like the book was essentially finalized at that moment when I said I have to write something at least one more in her her memory so I was able to. I was able to do that and I was able to get that completed and get that included in my book. which I don't think there's a greater tribute that I could have had then to be able to include something that will be forever imprint imprint? That's amazing so what is the name of the poem. So the name of the poem that was written specifically for her is called Qaluwa and oh cream we always used to joke around that you know. She had white paws and a little bit of white on her chest but her pause it looked like she walked through white paint so we said she was on a little collage. Hello and cream. Would you read a little bit for me. Would you mind boy. You're really GonNa make me cry now. Uh All right one second. Thank you. Shore Higham paging through my book to get to that particular Eh. One very end of this particular poem is Koloa was rescued by village and loved by one to there is a hole in our hearts emptiness in our home sadness where there was once joy. We sleep with your blanket every night. It's still covered in your for and that brings US comfort. We will love you and miss you. As long as we live Qaluwa you'll forever be our princess. Our baby girl are boo boo. If you could talk we know you'd say thank thank you. I had a wonderful time and we did to baby girl all right. I just got chills. Thank you that was just beautiful warm. So Hello Julie. We're going to wrap it up. But what is the name of your. What is the name of your poetry book? Your Book of Poetry Book is on purpose and you you can find it on Amazon and also Barnes and noble contesting. My publisher is a laser tristen publishing located hated out of Portland Oregon and my last name is actually hyphenated on the book. So if you're searching by name you would have to search by. Hi Julie Watson Hyphen daily wonderful. So Julie where can we find you on social media on social media you can find me on twitter twitter at J. Daily Zero eight zero five or on Instagram at J W daily six one zero. I'm so grateful that you showed your story with me today. Thank you so very much thank you. I am extremely grateful and thank you so much for having having me. I've really enjoyed our chat today and I appreciate it and thank you for all that you do for Getting the word out about all dogs and especially rescue dogs at Saint Amazing so thank you. I appreciate it. I love hearing from Julia about how her different dogs helped her through heartbreak with their unconditional love. which can really be the most powerful medicine? I also thought it was touching about how she was able to connect with her neighbor so deeply deeply from their dogs connection in how she helped a local little girl who is facing bullying issues all of these situations that illustrate how dogs make an impact on us. Thank you for listening to this. Episode of dog saved the people. A podcast about how dogs make our lives better. This show's production as it should be the content studio. It's made with the support of our producer and editor Jack Summer Special. Thanks to our composer neighbor Daniel Lampert for creating the music for the show you can subscribe to dog. Save the people on Apple podcasts. spotify or wherever you get your podcast. If you like the show please review or rating you can also follow us on social in media can also check out tiny Tim Rescue Fund my foundation at John Bartlett. Ny Dot Com. Enjoy walk with your dog and make it a great day for both of you uh-huh.

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April 26th: Dr. Scott Conard HR 1

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

32:12 min | 6 months ago

April 26th: Dr. Scott Conard HR 1

"This is mornings with kale. Northern colorado's voice thirteen ten kfi k. A big right out there last night not necessarily a bad moon. It's definitely a super moon. It's going to be one of two super moons to grace the skies in two thousand twenty one but why the heck is it being called a pink moon. Did it appear pink to you. Well that's because it's probably not going to get that pinkish tinge until tonight six hundred seven now. Thirteen ten k f k a thirteen ten kfi k. a. dot com north on colorado's voice mornings with the auto collision specialist studios. According to a piece. Out of nine news by travis pittman. Yes this full moon. One of two one of two thousand twenty one is also known as the pink moon. No we won't actually be pink. So what is the super moon. Well that occurs when a moon is at its closest approach to earth but the definition of a super moon varies. Well upon whom you ask the old farmer's almanac says that if you go with the broadest definition and only consider full moons not new moons. There will be to superman's in twenty twenty one but space dot com sites retired nasa s physicist. Fred espa nak. Who says a full move within ninety percent of his closest approach counts so as a direct result. Espionage says there will be four full superman's in twenty twenty one old farmer's almanac goes on say the best time to see today's super moon will be at its peak elimination which will be Right around nine thirty three tonight mountain time you'll want to find an open area and watch the moon is just below or excuse me just above below just above the horizon. So what the heck is this pink moon. We have a veritable cornucopia of names from moons. We've got the worm. Moon got the harvest moon. And we've got a why not the moon. Well what is this pink moon. Well it's just a colloquialism to indicate that the full moon is arriving during the early spring blooms of the north american wildfire. Who comes up with stuff Flocks super lada also known as ma's pink this according to the old farmer's almanac and who am i to quibble with them next super moonwalk happened in may it'll be the closest a super moon of the year it'll coincide with a total lunar eclipse in some places that means it also take on a reddish. Look that'll happen once again. Going back to that source the old farmer's almanac saying that will happen at about five fourteen. Am mountain on may twenty six but meanwhile back to that astrophysicist mr s banak by his definition there was already a super moon in march and there will be another in june. So enjoy that Pink moon because i'll tell you why it is shining a bright now. Speaking of the stars shining in their firmament while the hollywood firmament well socially distanced and mostly virtual making the pandemic delayed virtue. Signaling ninety third academy awards even less relatable than ever. Did you watch it. I tried i really did. I i was doing. I was trying to take one for the team so that you didn't have to but unfortunately i think i lasted for about a minute. I'm nothing if not transparent and honest but yeah. He was a pretty weird oscar race and it had one more big surprise in store last night. So we'll just run through give you the reader's digest version of all the winners. You had no surprise here director. Khloe vows acclaimed road trip dom drama no-man's-land took best picked her picture director and actress. For instance mcdormand but there was a bit of a shocker in store that happened in the best actor category where the fathers star anthony hopkins upset. chadwick boseman expected posthumous oscar. Win for ma. Rainey's black bottom now taking place primarily at l. as historic union station the oscars also honored daniel qaluwa for judas and the black messiah this for best supporting actor and was the one bright spot and i did happen to see this except the speech because this was absolutely it was refreshing and it was just so out of character for the so heavy lectures that we retreated to and i use that word well with a little bit of a question mark. Because i'm not so sure all those virtual signaling speeches. Were all that enjoyable. Unless that's what you're into but it was that young eun taking home best supporting actress for minority. She was absolutely delightful. So her got an oscar to go with oliver grammy's winning best original song for fight for you this from judas and the black messiah soul won best original score he had tyler perry Being honored with the oscars hersholt humanitarian award. Sound of metal. It was the little indie that could by the way got. Its second oscar this for film editing lang actually Cleaned up manque. This was the citizen kane origin story. It cleaned up in technical achievements couple of categories. They're winning the oscars for production design as well as cinematography. But the one standout once again was monari grandma. You young june winning best supporting actress. She was so real and she was so excited and so happy and so it was just so refreshing. She actually said mr brad pitt. Finally nice to meet you. Where were you when we were filming. That was her presenter. Of course also a monari executive producer. I might add but she was so personable. The first korean actor to win an oscar. She was making jokes cracking jokes about all the different pronunciations of her name saying tonight. You are all forgiven and shouting out. All of giving shout outs and accolades to all of her fellow nominees tonight. I'm luckier than you. She said and also maybe. It's american hospitality for korean actor but she was just absolutely glowing and glorious. Now closed down made history as the first woman of color to win a best director. Pretty much as expected zao taking that oscar for nomad land. Interestingly enough zao was the second woman to ever win best director this after kaplan bigalow back in two thousand nine. Four the hurt locker and my octopus teacher. No surprise here named best documentary. This is about filmmaker who strikes up a friendship with an octopus in south africa. See forest and as expected best animated feature went to pick sars soul. So there haven't in case you missed it. And you wanna soundbite like you're all up and informed on the oscars twenty twenty one six fifteen now. Thirteen ten k k a thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collision specialist studios this time check sponsored by candlelight. 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The join of nouncement came after a cdc advisory committee voted to recommend as expected lifting the pause essentially saying that the benefits out weighed the risk of this particular vaccine but they also added a warning about the increased risk of very rare but severe blood. Clots six twenty four now thirteen ten. Kfi may thirteen ten kfi kia dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collision specialist duty. As as you remember the cdc. The fda recommended the pause back on april thirteenth this after receiving six initial reports of dangerous blood clots in the brain among the more than at that point in time the seven million people who have received the johnson and johnson vaccine so a day later. You had the advisory committee of cdc's advisory committee meeting to review the data. That was available on cases and make a recommendation on how to effectively precede ultimately however the committee out. It just didn't have all the details. Didn't have enough information to make a recommendation at that time instead. Decided to reconvene This past week well since then. New information has indeed emerged including reports of an additional nine confirmed cases of for a total of fifteen. This information was released friday and There's a handful of other possible cases under review now. Among the confirmed cases sadly three patients indeed died and several others remain hospitalized all cases were in women and all but two where in women ages eighteen to forty nine seven where among women in their thirties occurring at a rate of eleven point eight per million doses of the johnson and johnson vaccine was administered. So with this news. Colorado department of public health and environment friday advise providers in the state to immediately resume. The use of the jay and jv vaccine but interesting. Here is an be interested in your thoughts morning on this. If you haven't yet gotten your vaccine are you comfortable given the fact that you have the fda cdc's saying yes. There are some risks but the benefits of the vaccine in their estimation out weighed the risks. Are you comfortable getting the jane j. vaccine now when you take a look at those throughout the state and again the vaccine is available because there was concern as well as a result of the j. vaccine going quote off line that there would be shortages across the state. But here's what's interesting. According to a piece out of nine news. Not every provider is rushing to provide that johnson and johnson vaccine again including denver health and centura. but what. if you've already gotten the first dose of the double truck foul she ouchi be at the pfizer. Biontech vaccine or the modern vaccine. Are you thinking about skipping. That second dose well. Apparently you're not alone subject of my facebook question for you this morning. If you've already gotten that first dose and you wait the requisite amounts of time. Are you thinking about taking a pass on the second dose. Millions of americans are doing just that piece out of the new york times says more than five million people or if you want the percentage there nearly eight percent eight percent of those who got a first shot of the pfizer moderna. Vaccines have missed. Their second doses. That's more than double the rate among people who got inoculated in the first several weeks of the the national vaccine campaign. People still little bit wary for a large variety of reasons in terms of vaccine. Hesitancy worried about the long term side effects of the vaccine concerned that the vaccine was perhaps a rushed through the process. Which by the way it wasn't it went through all the clinical trials. The only thing that was cut was the bureaucratic red tape that So often minds up progress of just about anything coming out of government team which by the way there is another misconception that this is a government developed vaccine no was put together by some of the best medical minds in the world but again are you thinking about taking a pass saying well you know if you take a look at the stats. It's at least eighty percents effective. I should be fine how you might want to think again if you're thinking about skipping that second dose medical expert scott canard is a medical doctor on their clinical researcher. He advises twenty four corporations across the country in the fight against a covid. Nineteen an on whether a second dose is really needed when it comes to gaining that Immunity that we're all hoping to achieve oh and speaking of immunity what is the eventuality of herd immunity. Is it sooner rather than later. We'll talk with dr scott conard when he joins us this morning at six. Thirty five six thirty now thirteen ten. Kfi kfi what's happening in your own backyard listened to noko co- now with tanner's swint on northern colorado's voice thirteen ten kfi k. The nuggets get back to the western conference finals. Listen to the whole show for the latest denver's board stories on thirteen ten. Kfi is if you've already been hit with a that. First shot of the double truck of sao ouchi be adviser biontech or the dirna vaccine. Can you take a pass on the second shot fraud. Ably not your best tack to take six thirty seven now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen. Ten kfi k dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail via the auto collision specialists this as according to the new york times. Millions of americans are not getting the second doses of their covert nine thousand nine hundred vaccines more than five million people or nearly eight percent of those who got their first shot missed their second doses and the reasons vary for why they are Taking that action or inaction as the case may be in interviews some said they feared the side effects others said they felt that they were sufficiently protected with a single solitary shot but is that indeed the case medical expert. Scott conard is a medical doctor. Author a clinical researcher. He also advises a twenty four companies across the country in the fight against a covid nineteen thatcher connor. Welcome to the show so much certainly appreciate your taking the time so you know there there has been you know we've seen so many new phrases added to our lexicon during a time of covid nineteen among them that scene hesitancy and many folks as indicated by the new york times saying you know what we get what eighty percent immunity from the first shot. So i think i'll take a pass but is that the right road to go down. Well it definitely increases your chances of having problems in the future. You get exposed to someone with kobe if you think about it if you get the first shot. The initial results were sixty. Five percents. to eighty percent of people were protected. The second shot is ninety five percent so if you just imagine if you get exposed to five You know and so five times you get exposed. There's a much better chance that you're not gonna get it if you get the second shot and i think that's really the key particularly right now. We see what's going on india when we see the variance coming out. We see Younger demographics are changing in michigan. Where we're getting younger and younger people are getting sick. So i think the whole Other premise that we saw younger people tend to be less likely to get it now. They really need to think that through. Because it's a it's a problem and the more protected. You are the more likely you are to be able to avoid getting sick and when it comes to a vaccine reluctance that pause That eleven day pause on the j. vaccine didn't help matters and he did it now. It really didn't. And i think we learned a lot about that first of all. If you looked at the pause you had six people who had a blood clot and if you look at six people at six million It's much safer to take the vaccine. That is to drive to work every morning so we really need to put this in perspective and turns out to. The six people had other reasons that they have it. So now we're talking for six million. We're now eight million. They've reinstated the vaccine. If you compare the danger of getting covid with the danger of getting a shot particularly around blood clots and things you are so much better off getting their shot then worrying about it. But it's been a definitely you know. The last quick point i'll make is of the five major bloggers that jumped on that three of them. The top three actually were non-medical had no basis to what they're saying and they were just spreading fear and i frankly find that reprehensible well unfortunately when you look at the narrative the widespread narrative relative to covid nineteen over the past. What thirteen or fourteen months seems like an eternity doesn't dr conard but that seems to be the name of the game a lot of misinformation. A lot of disinformation. And i'll concede the point that the science does indeed change. But sometimes if you don't have the answer isn't the best attack to take just zip it until you do i. I couldn't agree with you more. That's where people in the united states. I i really respect the kind of the quote unquote public in the united states. Because what we see today is people have gotten much less likely to listen to politicians in bus likely listen to to fearmongers and people who are out to prove their social media numbers and they're demanding that the medical community step of giving the information and see what is you know. Tell them what's going on. Just tell them the truth. We don't need to go to. We don't need to make it sound better than it is. Just tell them the truth and the truth right now. Is that a the covid vaccine works in. It's very safe all three of them. That are proving. The united states be is that The more practice you get just like basketball and there's an article. There's an ad for the nuggets. But while i was listening and waiting on you know the more practice you get the better you're going to be. Two shots is much more practice than one other. Our share one when quick sat on that on the tip trials when people got you know people that got the vaccine or they got a sailing. Saltwater shot thirty six percent of people who got saltwater shots had A effects of fever chills fatigue after getting the shot so that what you believe is going to happen if you get that second shot really does play a huge role and if you're just take it easy In forty dollars you're back to one hundred percent normal and you got some extra practice so you'll be more protected. You know it's interesting. Because i did. I've i am fully immunized. You know had my second shot at the pfizer. Biontech vaccine now is interesting because I've worked through a bit of research. Something that you are much more well versed in than i am but i am certain vintage and yeah my being t. cells kinda well. They sent out reinforcements after the third shot. I mean i have the typical side effects but they weren't. I mean it's not like they took me out of commission but there were some side effects. The second shot. I didn't even feel the second shot. I look at the clinician. And she's going to put a band aid on my arm leg world. Aren't you going to give me the second shot she goes already did already. And i've talked to so many people that have that same experience but unfortunately might be t-cells. It's kind of like food once. Shame on you. Fool twice shame on me. And i had absolutely no reaction to the second shot whatsoever. It seems like they got lazy. You know i've heard that so many times. It's truly interesting because the new research has come out suggests that the first time you get shy that b-cell activation occurs. And what we're talking you. And i are talking about visas. That's when we make. Antibodies we make the i g g antibodies that think of those almost as special units of police that go around looking just for co but not for everything but just or cova and Inside your body the second shot. There's been some scientific Speculation that that's really stimulating. That t cell side of it which is the other side of your immune system which is more like the general Police that go out and just patrols the streets and are looking for whatever comes up that now they are prime so if it happens to be a covid they are going to jump on it and they're gonna put it down quickly in the sense that they're going to keep it from affecting the rest of your body so there really are different functions. They think from the first shot and the second getting both protects you the most but you did say vaccine hasn't been i wanna come back to that. A second. could the big problem. The united states right now is not people getting the second does. That's eight percent ninety two percent or getting it. it's the thirty five to forty percent of people who even though they could get the vaccine aren't and i for those of you who are in that situation listening. I really appealed to you to go look at the science. Getting covert is horrendous. Go read the new york times yesterday about the young lady who's thirty seven years old who is now You know on a respirator. Whose child had to be taken from her twenty eight weeks and you may not live and look at the thirty six year old male and fifty year olds. That are getting it at a much. Greater rate as demographics are changing and people are getting younger and they're getting the new variant anita sits at sixty seven percent more aggressive in terms of going to the hospital or being an or or dying and we know. We know that you could avoid that with shots as simple shot. That's really very very safe. What do you believe is because once again. We're getting conflicting information about these new variants fascinating because viruses will find a way and viruses are doing exactly what they do. And they mutate and there's been a lot of the conversation debate dissension about the efficacy of the vaccines available when it comes to combating those variants mutations. It's really you're exactly correct. This is weird. A war against govinda kogas the enemy. And we gotta get that really really clear. The vaccine is not the enemy. Covert is the enemy. And when you look at When you look at the the data and you look at what's going on the covert is going to change. It's gonna it's gonna it's gonna fight for its survival. Which is what the variance are and certain durant's will change proteins on the virus. Which if the wrong proteins change then the vaccines become less effective. Now there are four major vaccines and the fourth vaccine. The one that's not available in the united states is the one that really saw a decrease significant decrease against the south african variant In terms of his advocacy. That's part of why it's not available in the united states so the ones that are available in the in united states actually still do well against the variance that we're seeing but the more people who get sick the more variants that occur because everytime personally get sick they just become a durian factory that more likely to have that terrible variant. It's not sensitive to the to the shots so that's just another reason for everybody. Help us all out up your brothers and sisters out and go get the shot and i think in all of your writings all of your books. I mean as a medical expert as a as a medical doctor. Dr karnad think one point that you make abundantly clear is regardless of whether we're talking a covid nineteen battling all of the conflicting information that we've gotten to the point where some of us are hesitant because we don't know what to believe tomorrow very famous phrase and probably mangle it. The only thing we have to fear is fear itself. There's so much we can do to protect ourselves from covert. I mean we. There's great data now that you want your vitamin d level up. So take five thousand units of vitamin d a day. It's very inexpensive and it will help you make sure that you avoid refined. Carbohydrates like bread rice. Pasta corn could candy chips. Keep those down and gopher lean protein things vegetables you know salads and things and while that may sound trite or may sound silly. It's not because what we see with cova. The people who have made about center people who have too much sugar and fat in their blood are the ones that do really poorly the beginning of cope. Would we thought we're going to see a bunch people with asthma and emphysema. Copd in emergency rooms. And now i see us. We saw people who were overweight. Who ate too much sugar containing foods who just ate too much quantity ate too much fast food. They're the ones that unfortunately are really being affected by this. So how you eat. How much sleep you get and getting twenty minutes of reasonable exercise every day. As well as taking depressant make sure that you're you're dealing with your fear as you said just calming yourself in three deep slow breath if you breathe into account of say eight breathe out countless three and then i mean hold to the counter and breathe out the count. Six in three breasts. You decrease your stress hormones in your body by eighty percent so just relaxing being grateful this things again. They sound a little silly but they make a huge difference during a time of increase dressed. Like we're in right now and just doing the right things. Dr scott conard medical doctor author clinical researcher adviser to twenty four companies across the country in the fight against covid author of seven books including the seven numbers. That will save your life. Seven healers and intuitive wellbeing winning the game of health. Before i let you go. And i want to ask you where we can find your books as well. How far off are we from herd immunity. But it's a great question that the no again. This is an area. That's very gray. So i don't wanna make it sound like we all know the answers but the the thing is that we know that seventy to eighty percent would be a very very substantial immunity in a community and for those of you don't understand hurting unity. Think of it this way right now with our children we may have one or two kids. You don't get their vaccines and they go to school with all the other children who do so. The virus never comes to that school and they're protected. Well that's the same thing we're trying to do. Cova cobras around a lot more than smallpox which is gone and or you know protests us all the things we give kids shots for so i think the answer to your question is that We're trying to get to eighty percent. You know there's a big Right now we've got about thirty. Three percent thirty five percent of the of the population of or immunized. Everybody who has got a shot. Go get your shots and let's get past this. Let's put cova down. Get rid of. Get rid of it. Get it behind us. Because there's a war against a very deadly disease that is now attacking our young adults and we need to put it back. We need to get rid of it. You need to lean in now. Don't relax now leaning now to get rid of this covid vaccine for cobra virus. Great advice and sir. Where can we find your books. Well probably these these things amazon. And i'll tell you what we talked about. The seven healers is what you are talking about the seven things you can do to live a long and great life cove in general and i would encourage. Everybody gets a seventy dollars. Read it do the things that we talk about in their short and it's easy to understand and it makes a huge difference in people's lives medical experts. Dr scott conard. Thank you so much for your time your insights and your perspectives. This morning certainly do appreciate it both my pleasure. God bless y'all stay safe and stay out of trouble. Stay away from code by by there you go take good care. Six fifty two now. Thirteen ten kfi k.

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Drive-Thrus and Du-Rags

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Drive-Thrus and Du-Rags

"We your go now. They give another oscars another disappointment that do we. Did you see that you caught me off guard. After daniel qaluwa one is a war and they mistook him for the name. Let's hear there. We go yeah the The reporter was like how does it feel to be directed by regina king. He was like. How could you the question john. My little brother the soccer. I'll be watching just snapping dude. Engine true speak. This is this is not oscars time from the source. That's that's how you get to switch it over. He's like but we did. We did see the oscars. We saw some Some interesting wins. We saw Jet we bozeman did not win. That's why was this. I mean it wasn't that he didn't win. Best actor it's what like twitter saying how they marketed the oscars you know in a big shot the colusa but i had a few issues. I feel like Latif and daniel should not have been in the same category. You know what. I'm saying like that leads to your point. Though i feel like the kademi was trying to create a situation in which one of them would win and chad. But that's not what happened and there. So there are some pluses right so daniel. I think it was the first time a black person or black woman was Won the award from hair makeup for feeling stuff like that. It was a rainy rainy. Bottom hit But yeah there was definitely some losses for them like finish out. The show with anthony hopkins. Winning should just like a whole white guy. I didn't grant i didn't watch the movie. What is it the father some. But i did watch on my rainy and also watch the sound of metal I thought whoever the delete forget. Remit not remiss whatever. His name is from sacramental. Yeah he killed. Shit bro raise. I met or something like that. You use fire. Sounded medal was excellent amazing tomatoes. Great film won best sound and best. It's like a best sound is something else. They were both auditory awards. Though like sensory kind of base things yet. They are both sensitive rebates. So of course you know we don't look to the oscars for validation. We just appreciate the appreciation right so we want appreciate all those little bit appreciated from this appreciative source. Anytime nigger gets a win. We all four. I don't what it is. And i feel like after daniel kinda sized up shorties question. Yeah he was. Like i mean just about us getting coming together. That's really all right in a c- Yossi the video of Daniel and fred hampton junior. Sharon refrigerator hugging the after party. Y'all just embracing each other house. Powerful man i imagine. Just like to be Chairman fred junior's shoes right. You know You know behind legacy of such a great man have this film. Come out under these circumstances and four day. You know to win an oscar for playing your father. You know what i'm saying. And then yeah i sort of thought that fred hampton juniors in the movie word right. They're not born yet but he's in the mood because the the mom pregnant during home. Okay yes or no moving. So it's crazy. This is crazy that his father died before he was born. And here we are seeing the unraveling of this narrative. Right in our face to the point you just made it is is. We appreciate seeing knicks. I love watching nigga win and then like what has that moment. They're jealous speaking of is that like when you as a creative do something paying homage to someone the family embracing just means something different. Especially when you know. That's why charlotte to ryan kugler. Shout to the director and the other major producer. Believe they're all black men. That's what happens when you do a biopic and you consult with the family properly and you consultant do your proper research to get the details and i i've heard different stories in in In terms of how this film even was able to get green lit and it was off based off the success of black panther. He n you know so immediately once They saw like a black panther was going to be a success. Ryan reached out to daniels like you got another. I got another join. I wanna say it was during the filming. I think are it was already in talks up so i guess shout out to black panther still in multiple ways right black panther provided away for black pants. Look at that. Oh dr do my johnson. So i'm real real tight. But i haven't watched the whole doctor. Lamar fell asleep but heard that nigga drop forty like on a breakfast. Those negative board in the reaction in times of dr mars episodes and interviews is always kind of interesting fifty fifty right but d'abre eleven for thirteen from the field tonight us in his bag. Like i started right before the Mckee bryant discussion. Apparently envy caught a lot of flag. I haven't seen it yet. But prior heavy not conflict true well. It just keeps himself on the line of find him in charlotte. Hey man but they stay. They stay paid. You know solves anything right but they not to keep attention going know especially for them for them to be much older. You know the breakfast club is. I wouldn't say it's an aging program. But his mad older than the core audience that listens to hip hop in his in tune with hip pop culture for them to pivot to more kind of higher level black culture. And how smoothly did it over the years. Yeah i gotta respect charlemagne kinda like pay kind of paying it forward backward having the podcast network and that's just the closest i mean that's just the most recent iteration but you know when he had to deal with mtv to he was doing no shows he was bringing in talent. You know like when joe biden was really starting to pick up that's when tax stone was killing it to tax brightness tax. How charlotte retex on it to the publishing the book publishing deal. He's got to make a malary's book coming out in ryan book coming out all this under the black privilege Publishing house and i would be. I would be remiss. If i didn't say the forming of this podcast network isn't directly inspired by charlotte. Oh yeah i would say. I wouldn't say. I mean you could say that. It was inspired by. I would say it was inspired by charlemagne general. Because i think when we came out of your having dialogue about us going independent and stuff that was before he had officially state anything about black effect. We we stand on the shoulder. Giants like we definitely you mean. Can we say we grew up. We could say grew up at this point on. Charlemagne on brilliant idiots is one of my favorite podcasts. Pretty hard cast pop in you know what. I'm saying like shot up recipes combat. Jack that to me father-in-law always be the godfather but is definitely up there on mount rushmore. Well big facts. Well why are we spending these other people's names. Let's go introduce ourselves. We want to welcome you to the over. The show the podcast we can do that. 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Waiting for us to is exit new mea shearim yukon here ago. Economia against interesting canoe mayor. Exxon newly items as tokens or metals that resemble money but are not intended to circulate as money. Sure bucks. wow what a perfect example new me. thanks we appreciate it. Our new segment. It is this month creativity. We have. I think the last episode we created was on an early april here. We are in late april during close out the month. So it's a couple of things know we can do some quick round some quick fire. would it response to All right let's do all right so yesterday through the house of representatives. Dc state is the state the next step is to go through senate which according to the the rumors is a fifty fifty projectile will come out harris being the fifty first time. Meaning that dc will become the fifty first state in the nation house. Would it reactions fellas mixed bag. You feel. I mean. I may be wrong with this but like these has some slight privileges in not being state so like the kids can go to be in state out of state. And my my my misfire. Would i mean what do you mean like state colleges at in-state prices because they are in dc and don't even if they are out of state right i mean that's a very very small ed nuance benefit right benefit nonetheless. Mixed bag okay. Okay taxation without representation. You see it on the license plates all over the place. That's the biggest. I'm always gonna be huge. Proponent of if citizens of dc the native washingtonian especially who spent their whole lives in a district have been taxed. But you know. don't have represented proper representation correct in congress. And so i'm a huge proponent of that especially since his district or this area just in general so powerful for a multitude of different ways. And i think is interesting that now. The senate is gaining major traction. When african americans are black people only make up forty three percent of the population in a district. So what i mean is is bittersweet in that regard runs on right any thoughts on what the state names should be. I have. I've seen. Eleanor holmes holmes. Norton is leading the front on the douglas. Commonwealth i see mirrow bowser is leaning more so on new columbia new columbia. Get that out of here. We'll see see both. My nigga said i mike could go for douglas. What wealth douglas. Maybe that one. Because frederick but Keeps the dc acronym right like i wanted to maintain its identity so to speak. But i don't know i'm i'm just kinda. I'm waiting for more ideas. I this this is why i didn't. This is my first time hearing both options but right so douglas commonwealth is fire to me because we don't have any states named after a black person facts so i'll take whatever whatever we get a good point. You know what i'm saying. Especially all these monuments. You've got the dr king monument and all of that like it. It makes sense like who name do you if you reach back far. Nothing to you Us history from eighth grade. Do you remember how we get the name of georgia and the carolina in new hampshire new york now. These are based on like wire apprentice and your uk cities. Right right right. I think georgia was though. Wait note. georgia's named after king. George and i think one of them bitches. Sorry one of them. Niggers wives is like carolyn carolina. Some she does get carolinas right and they do she. I mean out of the two options are more inclined to follow. Eleanor than i am. The mayor so i'm just whatever she came up with my fucking right. Yeah i think even certain states are heavily influenced by the french. You talking about like louisiana stays and even when she go out west. Some of them are based off of native american tribes someone games noah noah i believe utah has a lot of native american background in that as meal. Every digits folks right right. Mad areas in. Virginia are named after literal indian tribe zone actual indian tribe second follow-up question anybody interested in starting to city. I do notice now in maryland. There's the city Not too far from I would say. Laura rockville. Silver spring called ashton maryland. I do wanna buy them. You wanna buy ashton maryland however that purchase. I do want to buy. What would you have to buy for you to have the. Do you have to by city hall fifty percent of all the shit. That's in that city. I don't know small. It's not i mean yachting's don't know about it so i know about is two hundred when i'm driving past to Through two hundred to get y'all she's low key. So i'm like all right pop over there real furrows so i'm actually gonna this idea even though like i'll tell him by the town to true i i just. I just liked the concept. It is asked lafayette earlier. If you want to be the mayor of southeast once they turned very forms. Would you be the mayor berry farms. East east washington. Sorry it's in. My head is east wise. Y'all got called last year. Douglas stuggling douglas douglas. Shit nothing. i think that's an interesting interesting things. Speaking of have you guys watched the hbo documentary exterminate. All the brutes. Nah pete that on hbo yet though exterminate all the brutes is brought to you by the same dude did. I'm not your negro. His name is raoul peck and he does a history in four parts and examination of whiteness in america. Does it people on tv. Have to watch it now that we told him the second time. I've heard that as a recommendation so it was really good. And he's got a very he's got a very unique voice in the way that he. I mean it is triggering who we are examining whiteness. still but in comparison to like alina awaits them. Watch them on. Brian no have no like i've watched. Yeah and i'll i'll let you. I quickly say no because not because of the us they comparison but also from what i've heard is a lot of black trauma and i've just really been trying to spend time perjure myself much shit in here and shit like that like i'd rather take him black joy than black parts to an extent to an extreme for them is crazy. Bro out just four craziest crime. I the one. Excerpt i have seen is the The one mother like so been the hell out of the white one. I mean that might be the one time black people winning show like the the the crux tragedy of this is that a woman a black woman is raped own home while her child is killed in front of her right. Oh yeah we watched dead and not only do we watch that you realize like a no in the credits ain't no adopted screenplay a no basal original sit some it was like sit down at the old. Let me think about this. Shit versus like exterminated older. Bruce which is actually factual which is equally triggering. But like nick in a spirit of marseille marseille martin. We still gotta do pain. And why does this degree damage. It was think bronco extra just glass aqueous slim right no for that same reason. I heard i've heard how how it plays out. I watched it. And then i was hurt by the ending times on it. I mean shit the shy you are certain seasons of the shy. It covers some pretty dark concepts. And i'm like all right. Okay all right all right right got a couple more things. We wanna talk about here. balcony winter soldier falcon in the white soldier falcon and a waste any additional thoughts. I know used. Okay i have. I have watched. It was always. Forgive my man's name like a falcon. What's his name sam's sam but like real life. Oh fda anthony mack. I've hated that. Negga sense was the The john with high sauce in the movie wayne brady and hot sauce remember that she was back in a day. Wayne brady and hot to make me go. What crossover two thousand six. Oh shit. I hated folk at the negative but i respect them. You know what i'm saying. I think free were fucked papa. Doc two and eight mile yes. I watched the youtube video papa. Doc and this nigga only wrapped once tire film at the very beginning in. That shit was treated as i should was trash. But he's the main character like villain is the main villain. He was to park in the big movie was. Let's talk. this negative agent is amazing. Great so as a professional really probably anthony mack as a professional. What i'm saying bad journeyman. Nick has been in the league. Eighteen years right. Yeah somehow keeps putting numbers on the black mirror. That was only watched it one time but it was a good episode. Yeah it was I think Out in white soldier was a it was cool. I don't think it was the so far. I don't think it was better than Want vision personally. I think there were certain themes when it comes to you know talking about blackness and a marvel series that was dope But other than that and and the fact that now you have which is really not really a spoiler. But not a have anthony. Mackie sam wilson as the black Captain america is dope is dope for that. I mean i don't have anything else to say. yeah i feel pretty milk about it. Myself out villains. Were pretty weak. They were. yeah. I thought the show was pretty weak. Alison be nice now. I appreciate you because it is hard to come down on black thing. It really is but you know we We appreciate you know. One of the best lines from the show was the og super soldier who had been tested. Isaiah bradley bradley. He says no They would never let a black man be captain. America and no self respecting black man would want to be in although he became captain america and still with isaiah entity fucking aki right right regular faced french vanilla anthony mackie. We appreciate you though because we need the hell of black actors man black. Okay okay okay. Couple more One second last thing the tell far so far the luxury brand right. I saw the bags that women get in line four and they don't want black men to buy it and resell right. This black luxury upscale make sure is accessible to all people in the community tell far is now making uniforms for white castle part of that you. Yes yes yes white castle. Yes know how you just hit white castle. Yes white castle and part of the uniform downtown. We're look directly to. I want to your hairless reaction. I'm hard or harder to uniform that they're designing is a do rag. Would you thoughts. The air has been sucked out of miata. I don't that. I don't i don't have worth for them. It's almost infuriating okay. So it's a negative reaction casual. I needed to see it though they been with white castle. Thanks last year with the fact check out. Golden was been with by castle apparently has been with white castle. Oh but the more emphasis. I want to put on his version of the of the of the uniform. Do rags see. My whole thing is like why. Why sometimes the execution of such things is so like. I don't wanna use the word bland but like who and how does this make it through multiple levels of approval in some company that like you. We're gonna use a do rag as part of our uniform and the expected to go positively. Well wasn't far selling do rags on his on his in a store already so that was something that he brought to the table. And that's why when you posted that on your g a few weeks ago. I was like hey man if black man or a black person is general. Is the one spearhead net making the bag offer. That didn't okay that that that i can. I can rock with like a place already. White castle was already going to give me question. it's like a it's like a midwest. Although wasn't these northeast. i think of main in providence rhode island but life yakking the tristate. It's a try stay. Try stay joint. Castles tries to get it. So maybe you know it's like all right. This is a little different than Travis scott situation with mcdonald's like that where they just like okay. You get a make double with extra pickles and shit right now and Right yeah so maybe. In comparison at ad i'm just like all right we'll maybe Okay let me ask you this biggest license. Hopefully the next time you up you up you up in brooklyn clock in the morning about nine blunts. Today is white castles accurate. I walk into joint. You see a greasy white boy with the tail on the do rag. What are your thoughts. Not like lauren comforting. First thing i think of is kip from napoleon dynamite again. Somebody la fonda. I manage your brother off another perfectly time. Linger by matthew was good. He's got no a lotta random shit on your provide the space for me to let it. Let it out with greasy zach wearing the don. I mean when you compare it to shit. Like lena wastes they. They're bad that i'm going away. Castle like that is top. Ten wasn't a top. Ten is white castle in your top. Ten i i haven't even had white. He's i've never had castle time. I can't even put it in. The conversation is my top fifty fifty. I accept this white castle equivalent. I know crystal crystal same shit. Just a little more charm. That's okay guys personality. Shears your crystals we. The chili cheese cheeseburgers should be soggy cinema here. John had this the bag. Wet all right. And then as snowfall has made its season finale season for which is actually the first season completely without john. Singleton conversation of snowfall versus the wire versus other shows other show commencing. Tell you wash wash still fall do you. I have not watched no fall. But i've definitely watched the wire and the other show datta show power was will be put up on screen breaking bad. Yeah i mean. But i guess i guess to be mentioned with the wire and breaking bad not so much power but as the wire. It is an indication that snowfall is being taken seriously to appoint of like high high-quality television. I think what. I what i first benched at the beginning of the pandemic or actually just after john singleton had past when i finish it. I was wondering how come more people aren't talking about this. Show this show was so good enough. That has caused me hyper hyperventilate into show to have a panic attack in the show like host to happen right dishes right so what. We were talking about the shelves. So i'm glad to the conversation especially after this last season which i think was just as successful in just as a potent of a storytelling without john singles did recipes my but they were able to carry it out moving forward. I love snowfall. So if there's a choice between the three. Of course i'm gonna snowfall as the black tycoon. Story i love. I love both snowfall in the wire. And we've argued about this before. I'm caught up to speed on both i if it comes down to Y versus snowfall. I'm going to go with the wire. Just because i feel like it's way more expansive i feel like the city plays way more of essential element i feel like it's not just following the rise and fall of one particular dynasty it traces multiple dynasty horizon drew. You i'm saying marlow. You got the elements of i think You compare teddy and ocean ozone and all the head of the. Cia is doing the snowfall to how influential like the politics and the police force in baltimore wasn't the wiring right. I think when you talk about franklin as a central character is not many characters in a wire that can compete with that at all. That's there but that's because they don't get the screen time because of so evenly distributed across so many great actors across so many different kinds of Positions on the field. So it's not. It's like doing an injustice when we compare but it's fine and compare to say so. I just thought of something so idris being able to like for lack of better words Modeled new york in the way he does Do you give the same credited. Uncle jerome like he played the hell out of that person. Now this is crazy. When i heard girona i saw a A sizzle piece about drone behind the scenes and some like actor. Who plays him when i heard him in real life i was like whoa. I heard him before. I saw so like i already knew more impressed. By the transformation of jerome. Who's a new york actor graduated from howard playing a west coast. I'm more impressed with that. Transformation than danson transforming his british exit into a west coast accent. I i was actually going into the wire with down. I was talking about Elba doing a new yorker. I mean oh jerome whooped his ass because there are times of wire would like after washington back there at times on the wire but might all right adrian smith alone in an i brother a little sharp there. Catchy right they know twos and they're right right right right right on out house long enough my negative you gotta but what happens when we get to compares that we don't when we compare. We don't get to see the wire as a precedent for snowfall. The reason why damson can-do each did is because he watched just do it right so he knows how shit. I can't slip up right here because you know to go here my goodness right so i might as well steady at would a steady at with a west coast. Rapper man's name. Wwe w study up with dub get it right to do my part. Stay out here. Live out here. Immersed myself and john singleton dot exactly it be. The advantage of snowfall is it. They have it is black sourced right. The wire is based on a black town but the writers and producers erector white guys right right so this is just so are the authenticity might miss. Just mitch is it not even miss. But i don't think so. I mean you wanna say missed but it's just the. I think the wire did a great job of really consulting and pulling in like you know. Hey i was talking about this before we got on on started recording should as they were pulling in extras who were like you know. Popular people in dc. You could see you know. Like snoop was didn't have any formal acting training Sent us a big g slim. Charles on wire you know didn't have any form lacked training and now he's a whole real life extracts like practicing and everything feel saying they will get an extra from the dc area from the baltimore area and you can put them nick. That nigga wars from baltimore's like yeah you so to appoint although it might be white sourced i would to your to your point matt. I agree with the wire is more so about the whole system of caribbean that started through the drug line but is like kind of get it. Now it's the wire they connect them together. I oh i like that. Thanks don appreciate all right. We got so we're gonna move on to our next section. Which is the money move of the week. I wish we had the money. I don't work though. Some the was the bloomberg's yeah. I was going to stay in business report. Add money whatever buddy interest rates bitch. So i don't really have. I i've read a couple articles in forbes yesterday about What the hell biding his. Act when he's gonna make a move on student. Loan forgiveness shit. Okay okay talk to into what degree. Now i'm been hearing that. He's finally tapped his Legal counsel to start researching. What a policy that could work in you know get approval would actually look like Obviously schumer and warren and a bunch of the democrats are telling issues executive action right because the I think it's not the dream. Act the most cares act and a few of the other acts that have come out through. The pandemic have opened the door for him to potentially make executive action. But it's still a lot of shit up in the air for one. How much forgiveness He wants to do. He stayed at ten thousand and he's got a lot of pushback for that from the left side. They feel like that's definitely way too low. They're pushing for fifty thousand right. Then it comes down to but that's just that's just the top of the tip of iceberg. Work you go down below that what type loans get forgiven. Are they freak. Federal federal loans. Private loans right. 'cause they don't have control over the private loans so and then then it becomes like with the pandemic when they were giving out the stems it. There was a cat. There was a threshold in terms of how much you were bringing in terms of your twenty nineteen salary right right in terms of if you're eligible for the the stimulus checks and now i think they're trying to do that. Same cap on Yeah well that's what's been floated out there. Like a i think over if you make over one hundred twenty five k. They floated out there. That you wouldn't be eligible Which i think is kind of has some people ousted right out of the equation block. And then you've heard you've heard you've heard biden talk about it early on i win. I got elected. He was like he doesn't wanna reward somebody who went to a top to your private school When you think. I know a lot of black people went to talk to your private schools both. Hcc us an pwi's line. I think they could benefit greatly from. Who couldn't benefit wiped thing. Like you thinking like you just helping rich kids out. But here's the thing. Rich kids don't have stood low. Hey worth the student loans. They don't have student loans at all. Exactly is that so. There's a flaw in then thinking they're right which is usually what politicians think of course. Of course the The tim gay thing is ridiculous. Even when i remember when he made the statements that private school kids shouldn't be eligible for student loan forgiveness and my private school y right. I'll legit went. I remember picking the school as a kid because of the status that this private school would bring me right. And i got these loans to pay for that shit. Now you telling me right now. That's that's that's not a job. We had to work out that women in the world on twitter. We always see the comebacks when biden tweets. Something in we need to address this like no. You need to just those student loans right. But my critique is what has always been for social. Media's doesn't hit as hard as nichols make it seem to like is a nice little zinger right. You know some great great tweets right. But what impact does it really have on moving the ball forward alleviating people from so much stress. I mean people really down and out right now who went to these private colleges and you know even people who have big big salary just because you have a big salary you know doesn't mean that you're not drowning in debt. You know what i'm saying you know. So look i know we all have franson went to grad school and picked up in grad school. Loan crazy and are still struggled. Find a job if if they do get a job. Are they getting enough where they can really pay down that debt and ten years problem. Probably not probably not. that's crazy. Oh we had this. We had to get that shit ride. Joe biden the differently than we had to better. Joseph wish we could to your point man. I wish we could transform these. These twitter's zingers into letters. It may congressman instead of thirty thousand retweets. I need thirty thousand acres on the lawn. Just looking at them just chain. That is awesome. What's up right we at your front door. Fax facts sometime. Believe posed by musical guests today who we got scholar a aka while you can have a swarm but now that's just my man from detroit aka dmv. And you know. This is one of my favorite tracks. Put out recently genesis so now we have genesis by my man scholar as pulled up right here. We'll be right back with more over the shoulder on the bridge podcast network. Let's get it rock-solid brock light to iraq iraq iraq lead this is rob bosses iraq arenas gilbertson sort of coffee iraq. Future times i class ready for niggardly small sites outfall as i see fit out shots to say why is used to throw shade my bright future in my pets kissing me. Showing my ass apply. Pass the him energy use. Keep one on one with the money we worked at synergy. I keep it like some hundred with because he'd centerpiece kanawha bradley. Beat it into the Enemies episode initi- over me gotta say the president is waiting scope. Thanks only deem as as was my only homage funerals implore circulate china's trying to take it all soul missed one. Every morning was just cereal in parts back with. Make it in the car pool. Bagging days with abbas. young trump. Bought it out tom. I'm still tracking on run solid flow and her son mom and dad. You know night where she met. The one out of love began but let them care. We wanna thank you scholar for that lovely hit right. That is absolutely beautiful. Genesis by scholar off the project of third. I'd wide make sure your check that out on all streaming services. All of them i and especially bank camps making get the most money for the most bang we love to see education now as we are talking about how arts can get money. There is money moves not necessarily call the money move. We'll call it a cost of money. Move of the week it is it is did. He's letter to corporate america. If i was a real journalistic professional i would read that letter. Have it already pulled up. not rich. basically basically did he take that. Take that respectfully a letter to corporate america after a meeting with gm in which this letter calls out gm to play play to pay black artists right so naturally when this letter came out in from the person who came out from the initial reaction was hypocrisy and hold on the point. I was of course on hypocrisy an this day. He got a point during What i what. I think is interesting to talk about here. Especially the over the show. The creative insights perspective is to think about As did he is writing a letter to corporate america saying that corporate america needs to change strategy in which it funds america. The direct hypocrisy from ditty also not funding the artists around him. Right thoughts on that. I mean and we're talking about this also a few days or weeks later from the passing of black. Rob reiner right. Multiple joints most notably. Whoa whoa As a as a sign e too bad boy and for him to pass how he did go fund me campaigns before he passed you know medical fund zones and whatnot is like you know four sent in this letter to corporate america. There's been discussions about hip hop unions and shit like this but ended a day is like to what extent d take care of your people and you know it like to. What point do you let go. Yeah you know down to. To what extent do you blame. Diddy for The craig mack's in in the big easy in. Most artists just weren't able to maintain their footing in in the black rob's versus saying hey everyman's responsible for the opportunities that are given to them like i don't know it's tough and and that's the part where like if you did not really supposed to be a comparison but like is where masterpiece ran away with it going in a positive direction. And did he just kinda like yeah like. I don't know of any career. That did he took on. That he didn't develop originally where he was able to rehabilitate. that career. Light was mashpee differ snoop. Oh you know what i'm saying. All the other people fight. I the only thing that i feel like is somewhat associated with did. He then went. Positively would be mary j. Okay that's the only thing i can. But they weren't even directly like he wasn't a bad boy artist they just worked together in the early days. Right machine gun kelly. Which don't think of. But i don't know if his success now because he's more successful now but i don't think he's along. I don't think he's a boy anymore. Yeah i don't think you're attributed to bad way interesting. As a as a burgeoning record label owner the the case study of ditty is very interesting when it comes to. How do you take care of your people right because contracts are contracts are at the same time like if you somewhat is under. Your care is supposed to look after them. See that at the same time. I think the difference between a ditty. A masterpiece masterpiece is invested in the person holistically. Like are you able and not even know if that's like a moral thing but just like output situation are you able to actually come in here and produce in mass so that we're able to distribute that in mass and make money whereas diddy is more so seems to be more about the content and less about the person i think is when his collaborations are more so corporate american dan masterpiece collaborations which had been with other artists evening. Talk about rap snacks. This nigga got like twenty seven different artists on each independent. I know bagga flavor this nigger. This nigger has four different types of barbecue chips each a different wraparound voice. Of course you know so. Even his entrepreneur entrepreneurial efforts are inclusive. You know what. I'm saying like include artist with his kids to like on a breakfast club recently with force mercy and hersi yes to just two youngest boys. That's not to say that. Did he's not doing that with his kids. But i mean even even the point i was getting to is like what you just said. It seems diddy more exclusive and more inclusive right. And i wonder if that has to do with whether from and how they were raised i mean but did he talk about a letter to corporate america. I'm like why we know letter for even working with these niggers directly for years. Okay okay. so here's the other half right because we can. We can look at the letter. That did he wrote like your mother fucking hypocrite. And that's absolutely true but there is something absolutely absolutely true about what he's writing content. Did he play. Complaint is to gm and their support of revolt. What happens is revolt is able to advertise gm. Gm checkoff their diversity stats. When it comes to advertise the black people have them reach our demographic and then gm will tell them. This is how much money we want to give you nine a situation. Where like we're charging. You forever revolts charging for advertising space. And you need to pay this. Gm will turn around. Like i can go awesome sharecroppers shit like okay. We gave you five mil to first year right and you did great so this year. We will give you one way leak. We need more than one. Okay we'll just take it away. We'll take the one. That's what you're saying. You're saying that these corporate corporate institutions are peace out money to black organizations to check off diversity inclusion equitably equitably stats for the organization without actually paying the just do for that same service. I mean that's the leverage thing. And i mean i get that corporate america and these white on companies have a lot more leverage. But i think there's i mean i'm not i'm not in his position but i'm just thinking like competition is a big way to to combat that to be Pigeon held or limited to having only one major partner. You're at the behest of that in terms of what they're trying to bargain. Which you and. I think it should be more collaborations and stuff where it's like all right. We'll fuck gm gm's not going to reach out to this group going forward baby awesomeness you know But that i get what you're saying it from a high level. Yeah both things could be true too. Yeah and one thing just be true did he. Doesn't do better. And when i read back as Interesting when i teach. I teach music business and music media and we always get to the diddy chapter in the chapter involves like oral histories of ditty putting himself out as a producer because legally producers and writers supposed to get fifty percent of the song but then like hit makers who put them down to drum drums technicians and shit like that so he can he can not pay them the rate of equity The rate of like equity but like basically work for hires on a very cheaper cheaper level. So he created a career often manipulating manipulating system. That way and now would you only have those this say i feel like he's more exclusive. You only have bad boy. We only have sean john. We only have those particular products that are based on like nostalgia. War a talented accident. Only come once in a lifetime. You depend on those pieces of those pieces of properties to making money instead of Depending on migos as a whole we can they a t shirt off these negative ryan he thinking about. I'm trying to flip songs from ninety nine to right. Yeah i mean it's a model that works for him and also on the flip side. We're talking about like unfairly paying artists or the producers and stuff. We don't really know what degree how much money that he's putting into the pie. Facts relative to what they're asking for because yeah they might have made the beat initially but who's really frightened the record exam saying exactly. So that's that's not that's not a public conversation conversation right because as a public you're supposed to feel bad of like rob because that's the artists that you love posted. Pay mace more money right. Because you fuck with mace right. You like a couple of songs but you. You didn't have to work with that negative you have to work with macy's black rob. You didn't have to manage. You didn't have the money to bail bell out. You have to say so you know you didn't have to. Maybe he gave me hell advice and didn't take it. So that's why i say you know originally to what point do we Handoff responsibility or accountability. Question you know on on on. I don't know i just have like an interesting relationship with like the like Black room there was a claim like he was homeless or something at the time of his bike at the time he got sick. And all that. And i've always kind of had this interesting relationship because like i've sometimes conversation with almost person like let's say they ask for a dollar. I'm like okay what you need like. What what are you gonna do with adult. Not necessarily saying like you can't buy that with the dollar like what you need it for so there was a time where a discussion with somebody ask for one beer and after i talked with him just sometimes it makes you realize that these people are like one positive thought of one positive interaction from coming back to life and like sometimes the homelessness mental state that they reside in as opposed to temporarily live in or something like that coach. She time but he asked for one beer. Yeah so it makes you like what you don't want the whole twelve pack like i don't know they just made me like y and then i. I had that conversation one of my coworkers earlier today. So that's why. I made me bring it to life here. I'm asking point though. So like the same thing could have been true for black rob sometimes negotiating to get over one hurdle right. Yeah that was that was pretty deep. I'm not even you even go ahead. Do we wanna stay. We want okay. That's the benefit of being. You know having the bridge podcast network. Yeah we're building is that we're not limited to forty five minutes so we need to. I know you gotta own flat out alexia. What's up shots. Alexi shots jack. I'm gonna go to the one hundred four shout out to the informed the bridges. We are We are distributed and brought to you by the bridge podcast network. We appreciate that. If i go a little too deep buffet own employees make it real as a contact greater. I find it. Pivotal to constantly investigate that. Which inspires confounds and disrupts creativity each week. I explore creative concept you constructive analyze it this week. I want to talk about. What is black. What is black and attractive. I saw a tweet couple of weeks ago. Because that's how information starts. Now i saw a couple of tweets. I called a couple of tweets a couple of weeks ago. In the purpose of the tweet was questioning are black people are tractive or are we following eurocentric beauty standards to seem attractive. Are black people attractive are we. Following eurocentric beauty patterns to seem attractive. Time you african. Hold on. Hold on what i was a kid. Oh boy i'm just gonna go put it out there because fuck at two. Point of brown is to be wrong with public rectify. So let's see what happens When i was a kid i always recognized that. African people look different than black people. Okay and small things. It's the natural hairline lined africa. People tend to rock versus our ethical. Hairline is the way that we dress for the way africa dress the way that we talk our skin tone as we relate to like watch washington face like african people. Don't wash the face but just in the different ways that we see beauty in the world and how we express billion. The world from african american has always been from my perspective different than african see beauty in the world and how they express beauty in the world. So when this question comes up of our black people attractive by black-americans descend slaves. All we attractive. Are we just following eurocentric beauty standards at i just maybe like of course we attractive but then i thought that are a little different about him. Go onto twitter. I see a conversation that's happening on two fronts on between black women and black women between black men and black men. The conversation happened between black women and not source this information from black women. Don't don't be calling me no misogynous. I talked twenty black women about the situation damaged anyway Valid talk to to talk to different bland about this so the original tweet said that on on this young lady's birthday to fill extra pretty an extra special. She felt like braids weren't enough. She felt like an ordeal extra. Pretty extra-special she have bundles straight hair. Or something of that line. And then the black women jumped into her mentions and rdm's and said there is nothing informal there is nothing un beautiful. There's nothing unprofessional about having braids break should be more akin to who you actually are and your bundles are more into your situation. Few so then. The question rises again. All we attractive or are we just follow eurocentric beauty standards so then. I'm watching a youtube video and ball say dan okay. This nigga had like bow choice like jacob. I'm not by choice but it's another okay. That's okay we'll we'll talk about rose a letter so there's a gentleman on twitter on it on youtube. I'm sorry. his name is three sixty. Jesus he is a waiver a waiver this is the community of people who like to celebrate their waves which out back in the day. I was a waiver that like hello but like you know i got ways. I was a happy waiver in my younger days. So the thing that kinda like trigger me a little bit. I watched three sixty jisi take his fro legit fro. He brushed it down. Brushed it down. Tied down. wetted downed gelded down until he had ways again. The whole time he was doing this he kept saying. I need to civilize myself. I need to order myself. I need to tae myself. I need to de wild myself. All these things as this to say his fro was something that was like ugly the texture was wrong. It didn't make him look good in the beginning of the video which is actually super triggering. You know how creators they like. Make a video of themselves talking to themselves. Well he was himself three times and each of these three times. He was convincing himself that his fro was was. Although it was natural it was ugly on them so then again the question rose in my head all we attractive or a we following eurocentric beauty standards. I don't have an answer. I just want to go to deal with your thoughts. I mean i'm sorry. I do have once i looked up one. Follow up so after this conversation of the braids in the bundles happens two weeks ago. In direct response to that last night at the oscars we see a lot of the black stars show up to the oscars intentionally with the natural protector styles and braids as say. Fuck you so now. I say i don't really have an answer. What are your thoughts. I feel like the phrase a phrase beauty is in the eye of the beholder is is is the one commission here because it all depends on. Who's looking and it all depends on the perspective like i. To a certain extent. I myself prescribed to like women in their natural state right but at same time you just. I'm also one of those people. Let people be themselves. So if it's permit shit is permission. If it's fisher natural. Let me ask you a question. gets you in trouble. i do. African women look different than black women. Yes i guess out. I don't. I don't know how to explain it dry podcasts. I don't know so. I'm gonna sidestep the question. Just just a good move and know as a kid. I always recognize like i grew up in maryland and fredericksburg virginia and i always tell people that like i can distinct i can detect distinctively noticed when someone is african and or even from my country before they talked before these big or anything just due to the features. Whether it's i don't know they're back like literally the back of the person or when they just how they look. So i'll even know if i can break down the features like that widened knows i dunno I would say there is a difference. But i'm not sure i can explain it smart smart. I think we gotta also just like we can't we're not. I wasn't born in africa. You know black people african americans. Aren't you know having been weren't born in africa and at the same time we're in america so we have that versatility where site. Where do we draw inspiration from. I've seen the same women get protect the styles and celebrate going vacation by getting braids right. I've also seen some of those same women. you know. Put on a wig. When he wanted to go out on friday night right and i don't think that's i don't think it's fair to just be like okay now. The following eurocentric beauty standards state. You know we were exposed to both. I suppose the other thing worth mentioning in this discussion is When you go down the wormhole twitter twitter like conspiracy. Theories like sometimes just leans a little too hard in a certain for lack of better words negative direction. That just like. It's not the serious like today. i feel you. That's a great way intellectually to package that. But do i actually care about what you think. If have you seen a african nigger with mohawk like member the like the oh six or seven era like the african african soccer players still rock is that eurocentric. I'm i feel. I can go either direction because you know let's say from what's the word i'm looking for the native styles from back in the day. I'm sure one of them had a mohawk somewhere in there right. So one can say eurocentric one can say that they were afro-centric to begin with i dislike. Depends on where you're coming from. What part of the discussion you come into. Yeah i don't know. I think like i said i think i'm very cautious about saying anything definitive when it comes to women black women and what they should do embrace let it be known on this show. We respect everything that. Come out that body right. Don't give a fuck right so if you want to keep on the bunny desk cool. I think there's beauty in the versatility. There you go right so one woman wants to be celebrating about the dawn a wig. Cool if you want to get it. Whether it's a wig whether it's bundles you gotta wrote hair. I either way right mack. The way either way you go korte stock and whatever the fuck if you don't we're going top or you don't put the accent with another suttles or going with that was doing. That was a good one. Yeah speaking of good ones Round here in the bag. So we were talking about like lena way. We talking about Falcon and a winter soldier. And i've done this multiple times on his show. I'll talk about the strain of wars between net flicks. Hbo max and amazon prime and fucking hulu and what else So many now at this point Numbers just came out from net flicks where this is the first quarter and i believe like maybe five years where they had a decline in the rate of which of subscriber growth so brackets overseeing. Oh yeah so you know talking to a few different people at. I don't have a sample size of twenty nine. Penal has for his. But you start. I think is pretty unanimous that people would feel like most of these other platforms like hbo disney even amazon is starting to just have general better content than that flicks so i always wonder like what does that mean for. The future. viability of netflix. Because netflix was that shit because not only were they really like i market but they were they have partnerships with disney to hey partnerships with warner who owns hbo where when films were released and after they went to the theater circuit you know. They did alignment yet did dvd. Blu ray and then like a week or two later there would be on on netflix. But now those avengers movies and all those warner films no longer on the platform You don't have a Luke km it luke cage. Don't have a iron-fist Marvel series on netflix anymore. You know they took all their shit back so besides stranger things. I'm trying to think what else do you do. They really have maybe black mirror but that only comes up. Hand was interesting but know and the also lost friends and the thing is like the expiring deals. Yeah who's about to jump off of like the major networks having platform so nbc with peacocking in bt plus disney disney disney. With the whole. Bundle you can get. Espn plus hulu Disney plus all in one package. So i ninety nine maybe they even. They even got rid of my precious. Wwe network baby really. Oh yeah the wwe network was bought out by peacock. Wow yeah and so for the first time ever wrestlemanias free. Why whoa was it Since you feel about no no so actually actually in conversation with the treatment works. I wanna get back to. I want to get back to netflix. Flicks What happens on peacock first off. The peacock service is a scam. They charge you five dollars with no commercials but then when you read the commercial when you redefine prentice says oh we actually show commercials on our most popular content regardless if you paid to five dollars dot com right so there is like the dow's up charges for what the second thing as far as wrestlemainia goes i was a little upset because like it wasn't censored but it was quarter down. Yeah it was more introductory. It wasn't like wrestlemanias supposed to be a combination of like a lot of storylines this felt like the spark of a lot of storyline. Instead of it being like the season finale of the other Just soap opera. It was it was the pilot episode of the first of the it's like the daytona five hundred like the daytona. Five hundred is the biggest race in nascar. But it's it marks the beginning of the season but really is you know you want something. That that accumulates to a armies nbc's affect nagging nbc bought the distribution rights for wwe work with three years. Like a billion dollars. Do wonderful my stop here from viewership terrible for for myself at the same although bianca belair i back home in the win Well actually not the first by women. I two black women have made a great. But back to netflix though netflix would not survive off. A concrete cowboys. Jj i am to your point of like netflix netflix flicks. The name of netflix is synonymous with streaming services. Right like netflix and chill. You could definitely put on hulu but netflix. I don't know man. I mean look look. Hbo mac had my colleague warner brothers thing all the best movie all the orbit ask mortal kombat came. That's mortal kombat just came out with two or three weeks before that was guys king kong two or three weeks before that was the justice league. Snyder cut you know what i mean. So heavy hidden shit really have some like for lack of better words some adapting to do like. How are they going to adapt or survive this. I mean they. I mean they do have also Shonda rhimes bridgeton was was was without the water But you need a whole lot more than that. I think e suray to sign a deal a production deal with hbo warrant. So yeah she doing warner right. So in Jamie fox on which is creamy fox has a show on. Netflix aches but his deal is with paramount. Gotcha so like to your point. Netflixing ease like another china and yet another. Shine the ryan's A few of them might as well call bulla. Danieli daniels eilly butler lee daniels up. All right oh. I just seen this right now. Floyd within logan. Paul has agreed to a fight. Them will take place on june six. Just thought you heard about that. I got floyd was looking in a you. Watch jake paul shit Happened i didn't play for that. I watch that but then you have see happened this past weekend. Shoutout to for nigerian a Usc has like three african champions right. Now to which nigerian no surprise there Israel true. Emma man who just went off saturday. Fucking the jake paul. I had one point five million dollars. Right that's crazy. That's great all shriller on shriller. With a weedy indulge can a trailer also has versus to miss. I'm i'm interested to see. Everybody has a platform like netflix. Better partner patricia. Do something to some joe. Joe call matt anytime you time off for question today. Dammit go swing amidst so my awful question of the day is how do you protect your piece. just kind of nine a what a nine a nine or a gun. Let me go. Bang took me a second to when. I'm definitely i got my piece. They haven't done it yet. I'm definitely about start going to shooting range. So that's that's the thing small-arms in maryland. Which one is marlboro. Okay i know there might be one of the ones. I nice little spot i watched. I've watched too many shows recently where the woman guest left at home alone and sub terrible's happened to us. I'd like but bat ahead. The clothes in the closet unlocked up. We ain't got no kids. Fuck fuck as what. The facts but. Yeah that's danny a question weapons weapons okay at this moment as far as the that the first the first piece i thought about was just piece from violence right Marmara was more of a mental piece. Okay that's a valid answer. I wouldn't say weapon jit. I'm not mad at it though times right. That's under protective reaction. Yeah i was just gonna say walking. I've been. I've been going on walks a lot yourself. It should just ov- eyelid bill. Not starting spring cleaning. Man has been a big thing for me over the past. Maybe seventy two hours. Just let yali purge shit Even the new mattress. I gave a bunch of shit to goodwill before i came here nice. You know what i'm saying like. Yeah i think it's just the right thing i'd do. It has so much shit that you giving away. You know what. I mean like bags and bags of it's like you got to give it to. You can't just ask you. Gotta you gotta pay for recycle. This whole lot of negative in weeden was probably in the next three weeks. Forget in middle school. I had this sleeve sean. John shirt a yellow letters on it. I'll never forget and every year me and my mom we do the whole thing we give away things to goodwill and i remember seeing shirt was on my bed. I didn't mean to give it away but then it wasn't couple days later. Show up to. School and homeboy has the the shirt on. And i remember sitting at home moment. Thinking like i can play the fuck out this or just let it be so i was like man nice shirt. Kevin mulan shirt. Dopes are eric. And then years later you find yourself digging through goodwill's and shit like that for dope fines do should do so. I mean for me. I would say combination of combination of walking music. We know words like instrumentals jazz stuff like that. Forty baby i there. It is every every every every shot. He got the ordinary people. Write something like a little. The little miles davis samba joint. Yachting is talk about it. I don't know what you're talking about. Be modem ordinary people joint. Nah it's not there's like horrid ensemble house matt is matt has been on it all day. We appreciate is good to be back to lower the last one for me would just be staying close to my tribe Sure i i pour into my going to meet the right way. Thanks yeah keep keep the circle tight. Keep a good try around you. I would also add to my list. Besides walking i've been doing i started yoga back up. Maybe about a month ago yoga. I've been doing it every friday. And it's been great like yeah. I think health is important. Wellness is important. Like i'm not trying to be no yogi but it's important to like shit like yo. You know release which you're feeling your body right now with this particular pose. It doesn't serve you. Release all the things that don't serve you that is collected in different parts of your body. Nc social media all the time all these women be tweeting shit but that should really hit hit. It's different when his is yoga. And he's like you're mentally and physically releasing right trauma Negative thoughts and securities shit. You didn't even think about is has a physical manifestation on your body so taking time out to you know pay attention in your mind and your body and your emotions togethers has been really does for me so i would say. That's what's been protecting my peace. And i've been drama free for a little minute so i'm gonna keep. Oh yeah i'm gonna keep going. Yeah i'm gonna go ahead and give my tool of the trade Tool of the trade is Honesty honesty and accountability. I have run into a couple of situations this week even watches building. The podcast network will definitely talk about it off. Podcast it's a very interesting situation but as i'm you know most of the clients that i interact with our women and the stories that keep coming keep happening about men in the dmv area not being able to act professionally with women in these areas. That just keeps happening to keeps happening. Keeps so i i have found that to have these open and honest conversation with the men who are in violation of these things or at least being accused violation. These things is so much easier on my soul. Some easier on my heart. 'cause i talk a lotta shit tuesday and thursday about Whatever women's rights in your whatever in protecting black women at all costs right so Living to you got to sometimes you know as we are all knicks on the precipice to be a better nigga. That don't mean that we'd better yet. So that means we have to be opening available to be honest tours and hold on negative correctly for such so inet honesty and accountability. To make sure you've also be a platforms. It'd be more browbeat imo brown. Miss you check out. Wake bake will be mo- tuesdays and thursday graham live and also right here on the bridge podcast network is indeed. Yeah I would say i won't be more made a great point solid just thinking if i should add onto that. Just go onto my ship. Not only holding our our fellow knicks accountable but also as we are continuing to be better people even if we might not have done. Egregious acts is always important. Keep yourself open to constructive criticism from women to yup. on small. things saw things that we see a small shit so that's a super important as well to not just be honest but costly and opened up to be an honest or having to win. Women's says women who we serious we have good relationships with to be honest with us in evaluating us. I will recommend this week. Class pass i was talking about. Yoga is good firm recommended class. Pass to me Is good at that. You pay monthly or you can At hawk by credits. I really good rate and apply those credits to different Businesses so you can spend a couple tokens to go to a yoga gym and do one session as opposed having to sign up for a monthly membership at a yoga studio right. You can Clean clean moms pop quiz word right idea cryotherapy about a week ago you have class because hold on hold on to editor in chief of the washington informer good morning. Good afternoon right there. Yes i was able to do. Yoga cryotherapy session When i'm in new york due to badeah. When i travel a lot. So when i'm in colorado i could hit up another yoga studio suite and i can just sign up dyke completely domestic ru- yep oh nice so whatever zip code you and you could find something. That's pretty close. Clutch is is yeah. They should be sponsoring. That was great right. Yeah that was a hell of endorsements they need to fuck with this man Yeah that's that's pretty much all i have. I thought i had some. I'll let you finish. Socials oh backpack man on twitter. Mr backpack on instagram am. I s. t. r. backpack. I think i'm pretty sure be more. He said it will follow us on instagram to ots pie but more importantly the website is presentable over the shoulder dot com we back on over the shoulder part dot com over the shoulder. Pie dot com. It's it's forty four eighty eighty. Yeah yeah so so We the main weekly sessions. We've kind of taken a break. Because everybody has jobs. And i wanna have to certifications and stuff. We've been doing The tunisia she's been doing cyber women. Liz as that's been going on is we're starting at stuff back up. We just actually had a session last week but clubhouse is interesting and like it was a big drop off at least from me generally and like i'll go in and do my eighty stuff my cyber conversations in my own room but i didn't really trying to happen other rooms right. You know since left that alone for a little while now. Great as we own the podcast. I don't like to hear random knicks. Talk right talking only to hear y'all niggers more right would you fucking with us. We appreciate it. Let's definitely keep listening But if you don't understand our fifteen at this uvira right. I'll say my to. Trade is a single tool the trade and we discuss our homes last week. I would definitely say patient with myself is my tool of the trade. Because i know it's been an interesting couple months for your boy a lot of positives couple of negatives so you know and everything kind of especially last week just felt just slightly off going well but just slightly off so just the patience of just allowing life to correct itself in to tag on that before we leave not holding grudges. Like i've been thinking about shit. A lot been seen bible verses in all types of shit different you know different signs just like let chicago did whatever it is. You got so much more heady right now if you to be holding from the past saying that bag lady that bag man kind of complex let it go go give grace one of the great one of the close. I've been thinking about recently. I wouldn't call it a bible but it's like gospel ask So there's the two blessed to be stressed right and then one i heard recently to anointed to be appointed. Okay god bless revival week ways by ways we wouldn't the reveals that theme for the year. That's the one doing it to be disappointed vacation by twenty two there. We all we sure did. Yeah as always. We want to thank you all for listening to the over the shoulder. Podcast message to earlier. I said earlier made you him this. Ots pod on social media platforms Visit over the shoulder. Pod dot com. So you can check out all the old episodes. Yes indeed visit washington bridge inform. What's the former website west. Lafayette why is it former dot com to find out more shows that are on the black not the black podcast network the bridge podcast network as always willing to fail for listening to overthrow the podcast research. In just the disclaiming. You're gonna get a lot more episodes over the next few days. This will be the most recent. But you'll see we finally fix certain things behind the scenes with the website are says feet. So we're back live on spotify all that so we got a really big backlog of episode so for this one or after you listen to this one there should be like four or five geico chicken down relatively fresh that we we've recorded over the past couple months that you should check out a lot of you hitting us up saying they missed the podcast so Everything is everything is a go so yeah let's see you put that to work and keep picking up. These gyms that we drop. We'll see next week. Peace peace peace.

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Espresso Martinis, The Five Most Relaxing TikToks, and The Anatomy of a Two-Day Hangover

The Sunday Scaries Podcast

17:13 min | 2 months ago

Espresso Martinis, The Five Most Relaxing TikToks, and The Anatomy of a Two-Day Hangover

"Before we get into this week's episode a special announcement. Sunday scares candles are still available at vella box dot com slash sunday scares and we are currently running a promotion where you can receive a free set of would coasters with every purchase per for coffee. Red wine even martini. That will be for you to decide. Head over to the lincoln the description of this episode and use the code scares at checkout but without further ado. My name's will freeze. And this is a sunday scares. Podcast your cure for the sunday blues. There's a moment when you realize what you've done you only light in. Your bedroom isn't coming from the television. Your alarm clock or even streetlight outside instead it's beaming directly from your hand into your face when you lay your head down to rest. You had ambitions of making it to bed at a reasonable time. Instead you've now found yourself endlessly scrolling through an app. That's the time to make you do just that lose track of time and keep you up at night. of course i'm talking about tick-tock the app. That's taken over. Well pretty much everything. A few months back i discussed how hilariously dangerous going on tick tock and be at night one moment. You're turning your apple. Tv off in the next year watching some college kid drink twelve beers consecutively before drunkenly rating them. However i'm actually somewhat proud of myself or the last month or so. I've reduced my time on the app. nearly tenfold. there's been no strategy to it other than knowing. I shouldn't open it but it's lowered my overall screen time by at least ten percent since making the change and in doing so. I've also identified the various wormholes at the app. Gets me stuck in these. My friends are the most dangerously relaxing. Tick tock wormholes that will waste your time are. I is the most old man one that there could be landscape talk. I much like everyone else. Love a perfectly manicured lawn. in fact i'd go as far to say that lying on a blank on a well. Manicured lawn is a perfect hangover cure. And perhaps that's why landscape talk has rapid hands around me as someone who knows very little about lawn maintenance in general as i do not have a long currently the amount of relaxation. I get watching time last. Lawnmowers unquantifiable. do i own an edger. No but i'll be damned if i won't get lost watching a random british man edge the walkway to his house for twenty minutes before realising all the videos are essentially pretty much the same but the bush trimming oh the bush trimming. It's just the best. It's hands down the most satisfying part of landscape. Talk to trimmer perfectly shaping. The bushes the loose branches falling to the ground leaving behind a blank landscape of greenery. I get chills just thinking about it and hey maybe when i actually own a house and have some landscaping equipment of my own. This'll be the very reason. I get too far into it. We also have something that i'm calling squish talk and while i'm not sure if it's actually called squish talk that's what i'm going to call it from here on forward because that's what it is to me if that term doesn't ring any bells for you fear not it's essentially just watching high-powered machines or even just someone's hand crushing things that are satisfying to watch get crushed. If i had to guess the satisfaction i derive from this likely comes from being a child of the nineties. When nickelodeon reigns supreme in gac was pushed on us at every single commercial break but now things have kind of escalated hydraulic presses. Crushing anything from a pile of hard candy to clay razors or ice cream scoops navigating balls of sand or my favorite people taking squishy solids enforcing forcing them through strangers as a child who hated clay an art class. I almost feel like i'm having a as i trudge through accounts like oddly satisfying santana's in one that i really liked called crushing it but we also have another personal favorite of mine. Fold talk admittedly. I only follow one user. Who fits this mold. The folding lady. I don't know who she is or what she looks like. But i think. I want her to fold every single thing in my house. I'm actually jealous of anyone that she lives with because her house appears to be the most organized placed on planet earth which automatically makes it one of the most relaxing places on planet earth. Beat a towel. A pair of socks or yes even a fitted bedsheet the way in which she perfectly creases. Enfolds everything is both inspiring and addicting. Every video seems to end with one fold fitting perfectly into another just nestled in like a mother. Kuala hugging her baby have. I started putting your practices into play around my place. No no. let's not get ahead ourselves not yet but let's just say i'm in the learning phase. Another is window washing tech. Talk a beautifully clean place. Where windows are completely covered in suds. Only be be completely cleaned or shaped into something. Mind-blowing you wanna see a window washer dryer mercedes-benz logo and soap look no further. You want to see someone slowly squeezing off the outside of an office building in manhattan boy. Do i have the place for you. Traditionally speaking yes. I think there's something about the karate kid wax on wax off methodology that calms my nerves. But anytime that something can be left completely clean and symmetrical yup. I'm pretty pretty in on that in. Finally we have a personal favorite of mine. Which i think you could probably already guess. Yes it is wick. Talk the place on tick-tock where all scented candle content lives a place where i see proper practices contribute to the long lives of the candles that we love a place where i can see. The candle reviews for candles. That i can never even dream of affording a place where people get overly sassy about true don versus dip. Tc a place that. I like to call home. Is there a part of me. Who wished i could be a major player in the wick. Talk game you know. Maybe a little bit but as long as everyone listening keeps trimming their wigs. Like i know you are. I think i'll be all right. We all have that one essential. That's an absolute. Must this time of year for me. It's wine is about having fun so i to keep the good times going with equally. Good wine. I prefer light reds in the summertime. 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I leave is the perfect summer staple join today and you'll get six bottles of wine for twenty nine ninety five and free shipping. Just go to try. I leave dot com slash. Gary's that six bottles of wine for twenty nine ninety five and free shipping at try firstly dot com slash scares. It's like a red bull vodka the for adults. You've probably seen that tweeted numerous times in the last couple years. But even more than you've seen that tweeted you've seen photos them all across your instagram stories. Some are a little foam year than others. I'm told that three beans resting on top of that. Foam is good luck in any more any less than we might be in a little bit of trouble. Of course the drink. I'm referring to is one of vast popularity. The espresso martini a distant cousin of the white russian or the milk punch. It's been the drink of the moment for too long to ignore the new york times said of them this summer in the first six months of twenty twenty one the rate of mentions of espresso martinez in. Us food and restaurant reviews is up nearly three hundred percent from the same period three years earlier. This is all according to yelps data science team which traces trends dimensions of dish names and reviews from users. There's now even a candidate and something that my martini morals will simply not allow me to get behind. I myself had my first ever espresso martini. This past february as a martini traditionalist. I took a hard stance long ago. That i'd withhold ordering anything but my traditional drink a simple tito's martini served up with two olives or maybe even some cocktail onions to mix things up. I sat at the montage hotel. The hotel where. I got married just a year before and i sipped their version of one while overlooking the waves crash from the pacific on from the lobby bar patio with three beans floating like louise. And the frothy whitecaps. My world was opened up to something i had previously been morally opposed to. I sent a single photo to the person urging me to get when the most former guest of this podcast brought merryman and he could not have approved more with each sip. Came a slowly building confidence that the night would be more and more entertaining than i had originally thought and with my skin burnt to a crisp and the perfect weather for a sweater and some shorts i felt like i had finally found at the place truthfully. I've thought about that day ever since. Was that going to be the best espresso martini. That i'll ever have. Should i have led off somewhere less picturesque in less meaningful to me or should i simply repeat that saying that. You always remember your first with everyone that i order. Now on either way might indulges in. These has been few and far between ever since not for any particular reason outside of perhaps not needing that much of a caffeine liquor combination that late in the day but one night a few weeks ago i had a bit of extra time on my hands and open night at home with nothing to truly. Do i surveyed the contents of my liquor cabinet. Only to realize that i didn't have much in the world of mixers but when i looked down beside it however i saw something that became an inspiration are an espresso machine. Hark the herald angels sing. I have espresso. i have martini. And now i've espresso martini supplies or so. I thought unfortunately for me. I got a bit ahead of myself that night as it turns out i actually did not have the correct supplies. Apparently when dick brad. So debuted the drink at fred's club in london in the nineteen eighties. He didn't simply make a normal martini with espresso in it. And when i think about how olives would mix with the bitterness of coffee i can honestly see why however when a famous model asks for something that would wake her up as well as in. Pardon my language here fuck her up. The present day concoction was born two aunts vodka. A half ounce qaluwa a half ounce of espresso or an ounce of espresso a half half ounce of simple syrup and yes three beans to garnish the top shake strain and serve and we're off to the racist. Don't want it to sweet. You can eat. You can skip either the colusa or the simple syrup or you can substitute any any of the ingredients for anything else as those small little intricacies. Or what makes martini so perfect. In general to me. So while we're all just now easing back into group dinners or just being social for that matter around espressos before a big night may be the single most perfect move if your average age group is above thirty. Put down your advil. 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Text all your friends that you think you're dying before hitting brunch lethargically walking around farting all day while dreading going to work on monday. You settle in for some dinner before knocking out. Hbo's lineup in reading. Everyone's angry tweets about it. You fall asleep and you have fever dreams about all the emails. You've ignored since thursday afternoon. But it's okay because come monday. Everything will be all right and that hangover will be a distant memory of weekends passed. That is until monday comes in your somehow. Someway still has hung over as you were the day before you wake up with the realization that you barely hit your stride and you're remm cycle because you were in and out asleep while trying to figure out if your either burning up or freezing cold walking to the bathroom to get ready for work. You rinse the weekend sludge off your body and before putting your work clothes on you. Kind of wonder did these shrink. The answer is no. They did not shrink. Your body is just bloated from the tacos and case of the post made it on saturday. Your uber on the ride home that undoubtedly hurt your rating one. You arrive at work. The goal is to drink as many cups of coffee as you had cocktails on the friday night before which is somewhere between four and six. But you're not entirely sure. The unfortunate truth is that no matter. How many coffees you have. Your energy level remain will remain at a constant state of thinking you know. This feels reminiscent of finals. Week course left for two hours and six days those emails that you ignore it on thursday you responding to them with twenty word answers when they probably deserve hundred word answers that lunch. You didn't have the energy to pack. You're replacing it with jimmy johns at your desk because you chew beaten down to do anything else that feeling that you have after you eat that veto with hot peppers and light mail which is your half ass attempt to being healthy. That's just your belt screaming for mercy so you go to the bathroom to loosen notch. The two o'clock feeling that five hour energy commercials talk about has never felt so real except in this case. It's only one o'clock in the workday is hovering around being only half over. The next four hours are feel like you're watching lord of the rings trilogy on ambien because you have no idea what's going on. It feels like twelve hours and you can barely keep your eyes open when you finally leave work. You can barely even get excited for it after all. You're just going to go home. Eat leftover pizza alone. Because it's a work night and sit uncomfortably on your couch. Watching underwhelming bachelor franchise show before getting in bed to scroll it screen for forty five minutes as your arm falls asleep. You think your sheets smell like sweat from the night prior but you also aren't entirely sure that that's just not the constant current state of your body. Today was miserable. You think to yourself does off to an old thirty rock rerun on netflix. But hey guess what. There's always tuesday if you liked what you heard. Today make sure to subscribe review. Tell a friend in. Need about this podcast. By subscribing you guarantee that each and every episode gets delivered directly to your phone every sunday morning you can also follow on. Twitter at sunday scares and instagram. Which is at sunday dots. Gary's or you can follow me on twitter and scream at willed freeze and remember always from the wicks under center candles. See next sunday.

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Vibra el continente!

Francoinformador

06:16 min | 3 months ago

Vibra el continente!

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10 MGA KWENTONG KAMATAYAN - MGA KWENTO SA WAG LANG DI MAKARAOS | TAGALOG ONE-SHOT FICTIONS

Stories Philippines Podcast

24:58 min | 1 year ago

10 MGA KWENTONG KAMATAYAN - MGA KWENTO SA WAG LANG DI MAKARAOS | TAGALOG ONE-SHOT FICTIONS

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E23: Mudslide, Nancy Kissel, and Christa Pike

Killer Cocktails

46:33 min | 2 years ago

E23: Mudslide, Nancy Kissel, and Christa Pike

"Hey, guys. You're listening to kill her cocktails where the drinks are stiff, but the bodies are stiffer. This is a casual true crime podcast where two friends get drunk and talk about gruesome murders each week. We pick a different drink whose name or ingredients set the tone for our stories. Hey, guys will go back to another week of killer cocktails podcast. This is dre mS Jackie and this week. We are drinking the mudslide you panic. I started everywhere. Kidding? Call wasn't paying attention. Like what we this? We've had one. Cocktail jackie. You don't do this. But I doubled the recipe for both of our. Because I needed to double at for the visit game for you. Away team. I needed to for a picture. And then yours is doubles. I was like I might as well double mine, and then I was like to make more of it yet. Because otherwise, it'd be it would have been right here on the glass. Oh my God. So I double that. Actually, I didn't double it said one parts Qaluwa one parts smear off vodka. Okay. Not. Yeah. It's part of quarter of law. I don't know all know soon. I have jury. So excited jagged. Seaver stoked for jury duty here in Oregon you have to be on call for two weeks. You have to go to orientational one hundred percent, you at least get to be in the court building for a day. Then you're on call for two weeks. The last time the closest I got I was because I truly believe this is your civic duty, and I pay attention. I'm smart person. I'd be a great sure. And I got I was almost the alternate juror in the what happened. I had to tell them that. My uncle was chief of police they didn't like that different town. I think part of what the case relied on was like, do you believe the officers word over this other person's and while I one hundred like I'm ready to listen to all the stuff. I don't have any bias either way they didn't care for that answer. So I went particular way of picking the jury definitely from both sides for sure they so basically, they they talked to a million people that is loaded the box that they had the jury box. And now they're just looked like asking people to fill the last spot, which is the alternate juror. And by the time, they got to me that just said you've heard all the questions we've asked everybody literally a hundred times, which one of those questions. Do you think we'd have a concern of with you? I said, well, you out you kept asking people if they knew police officers on my uncle was chief of police, and they went by really quickly. We don't know. No, no, no, did it. But at the same time, like, I'm honest, so yeah. Yeah. And I knew that was gonna be kicked off. And I was do you think we have you ever served on a jury? Okay. It's so funny listening to you get so jazzed about this because our other friend here line offer jury duty, and we have another friend Phil who is on GRA. He's supposed to be on grand jury duty. But keeps pushing it off. He's like grand juries, great these on grand jury. Really, I don't know. Okay. So, but all this all the grants hood. They're like I had to be on the weightless for two weeks and had a call every day. So and you're like I get to be on the wait list for two we wanna get a call every day at work. It's not like it's an issue to my life. Yeah. I don't find any comedian, you truly people who you know, I want if I never on trial. I want a sensible jury that has jobs lives lives, and has all, you know, a jury of your peers a jury of my peers, and that's what makes you know. 'cause juries are are often like there's like retired people can do it just work to their schedule. And that's fine. But I just I don't I don't like everyone shucking it off. I went to plied for an online jury position. So like, you're not his it's like a it's like a history of jury members so defense team would Ronrico casually. Yeah. A new depending on like, which company go for you could get paid quite a bit depending on what? And then I was so jazzed about it. And I never heard back from. But yeah, you really wanna do that'd be during county. So we're here on this county. Obviously, we're probably not getting the higher up. I wonder this is a little side. Tangent wonder if we have open courtrooms, and we can go in and like just sit sometime. Okay. So my dream did not come to realize -ation. I really want to go to a taping of judge Judy. Shooting really? Also for judge million. I'll go to a people's court. That's fine. But judge like even if I was in the right? I was suing somebody I would be terrified of being her courtroom. Yeah. She tells the moment is because I say stupid things all the time. I'm I consider myself, a smart person, but I see stupid shit left. And right. Yeah. Who she would go at? She would correct me on Madame this. She serves a hat. Yeah. Yeah. Don't pee on her leg until her. If she is she is she still on TV think. So she is currently the highest paid woman in television. How about for one of our milestone, we go down we came. Everyone's tell your friends we gotta get this don't quit because who knows when she's going to retire. Yeah. I don't know what the mouth kids, and I remember thinking like what if I fell in love with her son. And that was my mother-in-law go. What a crazy mother law in like a wonderful because she's a sweet lady. Yeah. But she's tough as nails. You heard. Did you bring all your sons? Gone now. But I remember at one time being like just like, I think we're always in a conversation of like future mother-in-law's, and you never know what you're going to get. And I remember, I don't know why my mind went there. But I went judge Judy. We very because I would love her to mother-in-law Ambi afraid of her. Yeah. Yeah. I think she'd love you give you time. Like, a well, that's a powerful lady who has a great fit like all the parts are there. But she's also intimidated. I would like really worry over what to get her for Christmas. Oh to give her nice Scheindlin is. She was she why be Jewish for Hanukkah there. Yeah. I don't know. I mean, she's rich. So nothing I'm gonna get her something she couldn't get herself. So it has to be really thoughtful, sentimental, definitely. Yeah. Anyway. Let's hope Jack live out her tree. Judge. My mother. Oh, no. Okay. So we are drinking the mudslides, and they are boozy. So let me give the history of this little play into our conversation about how the taste. Okay. Cool. So there is a should. I don't know the state, I'm gonna guess Florida. But I don't know the rump point club. Okay. A club restaurant. It's like a they have a there's a bar, and there's a restaurant that aren't connected to each other. But they're in the same general vicinity. The rump point club off their website. The story of the mudslides who in the nineteen seventies. Some guests came to the bar and they ask the bartender to make him a white Russian. And the bartender said, what's in it? So obviously, not a great bargain. And they go as simple it's vodka Qaluwa and cream if you've read a white Russian might rusher. Delicious of big lebowski fame, the bartender had vodka and he had Qaluwa, but he didn't have any cream. Sweet goes, I've got Bailey's Irish cream would that work, and they're like yellows do it. And thus the mudslide was born the name of the bar. It's the the wreck bar at Rome point club got it. That's who's clinic here there's been a bunch of different variations at one point. They said the original had vanilla Haagen Dazs ice cream in it. And there's a couple of different like. Yeah. Rations that you can have it on the rocks. You can have it. It'd be on this conversation earlier. I think a mudslide has to be milk shaky and has to be I I'm good agree with you. We just had on the rocks. And I kind of I'm really excited to have it blended. I really like white Russians. This is like a boost tastic white. Shen on the rocks. Yeah. Like so boozy where like if given my druthers, I would probably just have a white Russian 'cause this hit. So I'm curious to see when you add the blended nece to it if the bussiness cut cuts down with Gordon ice. Yeah. No, definitely these are tasty. I mean, the very first sip is very busy. Once I starts melting. And this was something that that this bar said was that they'll when they put the straw in the fill the straw with Kalou, literally your first sip is like a shot of colusa, and then so much lied. She. And then they have like the regular mount of colusa in there. So they have clue in there. And then they they make and then they just like it's not a whole show. I think it was drawn shop the little enough to be like. In then. So I got this recipe from Kalou 'as website, actually. So who was a cool company that is growing on me? Really? Yeah. Like their marketing scheme in recital. No, just all of it. I have really fond memories of being in Mexico. My sister, my Graham, and there was this restaurant that we'd love to go to that would always give like free Kalou Ingraham's at the end is like a little like nightcap after Bill. This is such a fun little trip. Will we're way off topic. This is a I wasn't expecting tangen. Then come today. I knew that we were drinking straight at milkshakes. I went cross country skiing this morning, and I was like this is gonna pay for my milkshake. Mill. Sure. So we got through the history now time for you. Tell me your story, and we talked about the taste. So we made these blended versions of the mudslide they give brain freezes. I, you know, I don't like what I'm about to say. But I recommend you drink them on the rocks. Thank you. But even then it's boozy. They're both boozy. I doubled the rest of the. You didn't double it. Doubled the volume. You didn't double the. Yeah. We have a hard time with math. I, but I like I doubled. So you know, how it was like one parts I put two parts of everything. So you made us twice as big a drink. He. Yeah. But I did it. Is doubling. Yeah. So Jackie you did the recipe. So I'm gonna go. I I'm gonna tell you about Christa Gail pike. All right. So Krista was born prematurely on March tenth nineteen seventy six premium the seventies. Yeah. Not like premiums didn't live at the way the premiums live now. Yeah. Yeah. She fought she Fateh. Okay. So Krista grew up and she became a wild child. She couldn't be tamed. So she went to live with her grandmother who unfortunately like to be nowhere in the US's is don't it. If the US everything that happens, laters, Tennessee, so wanna say, Tennessee area. Yeah. So she's wild. She can't be tamed by your mom. So she goes to live with her grandmother who unfortunately is an alcoholic and was very verbally abusive. So in Chris's, Chris's grandmother dies. She begins living with her mother, and she'll like balance between her mother's house on her father's house 'cause they're divorced. So at this point Krista is in her teens, and she still doesn't get along with her mother and her mother's a licensed nurse and their house is filthy. There's a centrally no rules in lapsed last ditch effort to kind of bond with her daughter. They start smoking weed together to peace Krista, her mom allows her to have a live in boyfriend when she's fourteen. Oh my God. Yeah. But crystal having issues with their family and her mother mother's boyfriend starts beating her with a belt. Chris grabs a butcher knife to defend yourself before calling the cops. Yeah. So it's just a very chaotic like atmosphere for her to be living in so Krista is also living on an off again from her dad's house, and she gets out house. Like, I think that one's eleven chaotic or of the same. I want to say it's more structured, but I don't really have anything to go off of. But she gets kicked out one of the times because she's disobedient. She's just honest, and she's manipulative consequences of that. Yeah. But then she's allowed. She's allowed back. But then she's kicked out again because they start suspecting that she is sexually abusing her dad's two year old daughter from second marriage. Yeah. And she's she's a teenager at. And there is later on. It's like really sad because that's probably haven't into her. Exactly. Yeah. There is later on. Allegations that she was sexually in physically abused kids kids. Learn that somewhere. Yeah. Yeah. So Krista drops out of high school around the ninth grade. She bounces around for a while before joining the job corpse and Knoxville Tennessee, oh to study computer programming. So I didn't know this. But job courts was a government program aimed at helping low income in low income youth by offering vocational training cruise skills. I feel it job corps still thing. I wanna see that. There was a office in downtown San Jose when I lived there. Okay. This one at least is now closed I meant that as a whole. But maybe there's a different entity. That does. Yeah. Thing. There's job stuff. I feel Trump were still thing. Okay. So back to Serie Chris now eighteen and his living in the dormitories on campus for the job courts, and she falls for young, man. Name a to drill ship in. He's seventeen years old and he also lives on campus. So they start dating. Ng and their their love they're young and they start to dabble in the occult and Dilawar ship. Worship, which is interesting at Tennessee. I don't know. I feel like. Is that more prevalent in like non super liberal areas media, and it's also like it's like almost it's like mid nineties right now to okay when we're talking about this story. So I don't know if that was just like the time of everything. Yeah. I just I don't know if that's just something. You stumble upon or someone like someone who you think is cool. I would think entities to. Okay got. Maybe you guys worked together at the Hollywood video. Or maybe, you know, I don't know. Yeah. Okay. So now, we're going to get into the crime. So everything is going well until Krista starts to believe one of their other classmates. Coleen slumbered who's nineteen years old slimmer Brummer. Yeah. Is trying to still her boyfriend so Krista, and Colleen supposedly are verbally fighting at this point Krista even claims that she woke up a night to Colleen standing over her bed threatening her with a box cutter, Krista. Also claims Colleen knew that she only had one strike left before she was kicked out of school. So Colleen was trying to provoke her into a fight. Oh, so on January eleventh nineteen ninety-five Christa told an acquaintance Kim allow allow that she was planning on killing Colleen because she quote unquote, just felt mean that day and quote so the next day on January twelfth Krista invites calling smoke weed with her shut della Peterson. Who eighteen isn't great names and tied drill as a peace offering k so Colleen agrees, and they all sign out of the dorms at eight PM and head out to an abandoned steam mill as close by on the Univer on the university of Tennessee campus. But Colleen didn't know that Krystal was bringing a box cutter in a small meat cleaver with her. The of all the tools. Yeah. I don't like either of those but a small meat cleaver. I should look that up. That's the member. When we had the talk about the the butcher the cleaver yet. It's kind of like squish rectangle one that like in cram posse that. Yes, silhouette that's a cleaver in K. So it's for like chopping through bone. Okay. So box cutter. Yeah. Had a bone chopper mile in only get. Okay. So once they were far enough away. Krista starts to cues Colleen of trained to sleep with her boyfriend again so calling search to deny it, but chrissa becomes furious and grab grabs coleens face and slams into her knee. This is where it gets pretty graphic. Chris then pulls out the meat cleaver and slices Colleen across the stomach then tar drill comes over and slashes her across the chest Krista does most of the torturing until she thinks she here so incoming and then she stops as she goes to invest. Gate, the noise the other to make sure calling stays on the ground. In the meantime, this is crazy Krista comes back and they begin torturing Colleen for nother thirty minutes to an hour. They cut her throat repeatedly. And they held her down in the carb at pentagram into her chest. Yeah. Then Chris Christie takes a large piece of rock and bashes it into callings head which cracks her skull open calling takes a piece of skull. And they leave calling in the dirt in abandoned building. They're like outside of it early dirt area. Colleen, a shut della in jail all check back into the door at ten fifteen pm later that night calling goes to her friend Kim's room, the one that she was talking to earlier was like I just feel mean today. I'm as she starts tell her everything about what they had done in great detail. She even shows Kim like the piece of calling skull, and she she's like dancing around. She's singing she's smiling. Like, she's when she's retelling the story the next day remorseful. No, no. The next day Christa told the story again to another student, and she pointed to the Brown spots on her shoes and said that aint mud on my shoes. News. That's blood. I would tell tale. And some mud kinda my tie in for the mudslides. The fuck do you find these two? Like, you have a list of them. I don't know. How you do it? Interesting. Well. Yes. Little asides. It's like, you know, you like this story when you remember detailing you've tied in. Yeah. So. Around eight am on January thirteenth. So the next day. Knoxville police in the university of Tennessee police were called to the campus because an employee had found callings body. However, he had I assumed the remains were just those of a large animal because callings body was so badly beaten. So little gets how long. She's only been the for day to think that a human body is animal the about that. I mean, you hear the stories where I thought it was a mannequin 'cause you know, you see the whole body, but it's just colored kinda get that. But to think that it was an animal's remains because it was so badly to literally just bones and flesh. And I'll give it a side to my side. Be careful if you're googling this. Oh dory. Across picture. I came across the crime scene photos. So just be careful with your Google searches with the story there are very graphic. So later on during the trial, the medical examiner would tell everybody how like during the process of examining the body. The protocol is to label all major like wounds stab wounds slashes force trauma with a letter so A through z. She would then run out of the letters. That's crazy because there were so many wounds on callings body. So she would have to go to double letters in. Eventually, she just stopped labeling all the flick forcetruth plans like why the guy fought it was just an amicable. Yes. That's how. Yeah. Exactly. So I just thought that was an interesting perspective to help badly. They tortured Colleen is group. Right. The zoo essentiality guy. Yeah. It's essentially Krista. It's a shadow ill, which is one of their friends, and then the boyfriend of Krista. Okay. So you've got Krista. Thanks. This girl's MAC. Did you have the dude? Then you've got this Rando third wheel who goes along and murder someone like that some writer die friend or someone else. Who's twisted who found like that's kinda strange? Don't you think to give you an idea the job corpse vocational college? They they were kinda noon. They're like. Was it? Their student base was essentially people who dropouts dropouts, and they have criminal backgrounds and they lived in dorms on campus. And they were kind of known to be getting into these kind of. Okay. Not this extent, but they were getting to kinda crime troubled youth trouble. So back to the story. So it doesn't take long for police to connect Krista with the death of choline run. One reason being she had left her jacket the Labban that too. Yes, she had left her jacket in a counselor office when the counter returned and saw it saw it. He had heard that Krista had a connection with the murder until he turned in the jacket, and when they got the jacket, they found the piece of the skull in her pocket 'cause she'd been going around campus showing everybody that is crazy. But before all that happened Christa confessed to the murder in consented to search her dorm where they found her blood, so jeans, she then took them to the trash can where she had dumped callings, ID and gloves next. She took them to the actual crime scene in retrace, the entire attack giving the police every single detail of the murder, which which was transcribed into forty six pages. Is she just like? Obviously there's nowhere there. So she's like waved from random rights like talking. Do you think she's in this weird state where she's like proud of that? Oh, definitely she was going around just telling everyone she could about the murder. She was telling Kim she was telling other students to showing the piece of skull. Yeah. I think later on the kind of talk about she is like a disorder. They'll talk about later, but she felt that it was kinda like a reward like showing everybody was giving her kinda like a reward for killing calling. Yeah. So police also search Charles room where they found a satanic bible in an ulcer. They're into it. Yeah. Yeah. They're not just plan pretends. Yeah. So now, we're getting into the trial. So during the trial psychiatrists examined Christian and found her to be an extremely bright young woman, they found her to be seen in legal terms. But acknowledged that she had an undiagnosed by by borderline personality disorder and she was marijuana dependent and abuse inhalants. So kind of the time to be like. Like duster? I'm not sure they didn't really go into it. But kind of feel like I think of he'll Ince's district canceled time but like with cream cans. Yeah. Going through Darren being like people do what? Or the like whip. It's of. Yeah. Yeah. So the trial happens on March twenty second of nineteen ninety six after only a few hours of deliberation. Krista was found guilty of murder and conspiracy to commit murder on March thirtieth nineteen ninety six she's role of that. She's twenty now gosh, she super young on March thirtieth nineteen Ninety-six Krista listens to death by electrocution for the murder charge in twenty five years in prison for the conspiracy charge after occasion. So at this point, Chris is the youngest woman to be sent to death in the United States after the supreme court ruling of Furman versus Georgia. So I looked this up. It was kind of like a supreme court hearing stated that unless of uniform policy of determining who's eligible for capital punishment exists. The death penalty will be regarded as cruel and unusual punishment. So that was stated and then after that, she was okay, I'm to death. Okay. So she is. Punishment Terrell received a license with the possibility of parole shall della who had turned informant received probation for pleading guilty to being an excessively. Yeah. So now, we're going into the peels. So obviously Christa has been going through her appeal throughout the years, and it was in the nineties. She was like twenty early twenty s and in December of two thousand eight Chris's requests for a new trial was turned down and she was returned to death row. This denied request is believed to be the final allowed under the appeals procedures the of Tennessee's hit them. And I just checked today. I still didn't find any execution date kind of sense Joan, but of the sixty people on death row into the sea. She's the only woman. Yeah. Still this is kind of a side. So callings family has been requesting that fragment of skull because they want to cremate it and kinda put hurt their daughter to rest, but because the appeals process. Going on it's still evidence. So they haven't been able to get that. But I wanna say because of the last quote unquote, appeal, hopefully, they'll be able to terrorist. A little bit more on August two thousand twenty four to one Krista attacked an attempted to strangle fellow inmate Patricia Jones with a with a shoe string and nearly succeeded in choking her death. The motive was over a common love interest with another Greenville killer. She was convicted of attempted I agree. Murder on August eighth. Two thousand four dude. So she's got rage problem. One little bit more of this little story, she tempted to break out of prison. Yes. She did on March in in March of two thousand twelve number say, I don't think she's charming enough to break out of prison unless you almost was but she didn't do it. That's true. That's if you have to like, the intangibles like, yeah. I think charming is how you break not the little hacksaw the brick charming is part of getting all that stuff in life. Okay. Think charming is the is the the thing is the magic potion so in March teeth twelve it was revealed that Krista had made escape plans involving corrections. Officer Justin Heflin, a New Jersey man name. Donald Koo Koo hut. The tempted prison break was so prison pen pal and a guard. So the prison break was stopped by joint investigation involving the Tennessee department. Corrections in the Tennessee bureau of investigation and the New Jersey state police. Yeah. Won't want long so thwarted that is Christa pike for you. My goodness. Yeah. So young so involved in the life shoes at a time that a mud on my shoes. Yeah. Yuck. All right. We'll we're gonna take a quick break. Mentally about Nancy Quichen. She was born in nineteen sixty four Michigan. She dropped out of the person school of design after two years. She'd worked as the floor manager at the Kellyanne Tae cab company she worked at a Mexican restaurant Waverly place in New York. And she worked at the L real grand. She has a bunch of kind of restaurant experience. We don't know any like earlier life, not really not that. I could find okay? She'd also been the general manager of docs, restaurant on Broadway in Manhattan. So like running restaurants in New York City. She's not just some schlub. She meets Robert Kissel and Mary him at the East River yacht club in New York City in one thousand nine hundred nine they had three children, and then they moved to Hong Kong in nineteen Ninety-seven. So they lived at the Hong Kong Parkway, and I couldn't find as later at one point. I read that the rent was twenty grand a month. What? And I that's wrong. But again yen or in like, I think in US dollars both in. She is like kind of a manager restaurants. Did she move there for that? So Robert was vice president of Goldman Sachs Asian special situations group. Okay. So she marries this, dude, Robert and he's. He's loaded. He's got cra-. He's got a crazy job. So she's not really doing anything like a back. See? Yeah. So he gets hired. So Goldman is why he moves over to Hong Kong, but then he gets hired by Merrill, Lynch in two thousand in the year two thousand and he's the head of its distressed assets business in Asia while he's doing all right? So for her to stay busy. She helps out with the Hong Kong International school. She ends up being vice president of the parent teachers board so at some point. So the these kids live in Hong Kong. They're Livin loaded loaded lives. She visits the United States in the middle of two thousand three she meets this guy. Michael Dell Peoria he's the like the electrical repairman they've hired to rewire their house in Vermont. So not only they're living in this like baller status, ocean view place. In Hong Kong, they've got a house in Vermont. And I feel like there's other properties to clear loaded. She meets us electric. Repairman while she's back home, and at some point a relationship develops between the two of them she gives in this really expensive gold watch. So I I don't know like when the affair really starts, but she meets him in middle of two dozen three in this kind of when it all kicks off. So later, it'll be suggested that Dell Peoria so the electrical repair guy that he might have aided in the bedded he might have kind of encouraged her in this. But that like they have a relationship going now, she's like not hot to trot on her husband, Hong Kong family. So police have foam records and stuff. She had made fifty two calls to him in September. Okay. And one hundred six calls in October. Okay. So her husband Robert is suspicious that she's having an affair and he hires a New York private detective named Frank shea. Okay. And he starts spying on her. And they put spyware. Into her laptop. And so it's recorded that on the states will come into play. It's recorded on August twenty eighth two thousand three. So she met him in the beginning of the year. She called him a bunch of September October. This is a little before that on over twenty eighth. She made an internet search for sleeping pills. Oh and quote overdose medication causing heart attack in quote and quote drug overdose. And quote, so the prosecution later said that on October twenty third she made it so that's in August twenty eighth search and then on October twenty third she made a search for hip nal. Date rape drug. No. And Robert he sees all this. He's got this monitoring on her computer. He sees this the searches and he confides a colleague, David. No. And he goes my life might be in danger get out of that situation. What are you doing? No. So then psychiatry a psychiatric expert. I guess doctor Dr Desmond Fung, he testifies in court later that she had visited him on August twenty ninth. So obvious twenty eighth. She makes these searches and then the very next day she's at his office, and then October twenty third she makes searches and October thirtieth. She's in his office, and she obtained prescriptions for tranquilizers. So she's searching, the south meets doctor gets the pills searches more stuff meets at artery. It's the bills. So there's gonna be an autopsy of Robert dies. There's gonna be a topsy later. They find Rohypnol like just a smattering of all these rugs in his stomach. He has five contusions on his school. Oh, which which they're saying are the cause of death. So he's been poisoned or draw in beaten, and they also has these head wounds so prosecution alleges that she drugged Robert with a strawberry milkshake. No. That's my ties milkshake because a mudslide. Yeah. Shake. Okay. So this is this twisted. So she drugs strawberry milkshake has her six year old child deliver it to him. No. And then he likes succumbs to the milkshake. She has the kids leave the house, and then she beats them on my God. No. So in the days following so he dies and then in the days following that death. No one knows about the debt. She goes to a doctor's visit with bruises and other injuries. That she supposedly got during the murder, and she claims that she's got kinda dissociate of amnesia. Can't remember what happened why she got these bruises? So that's November. I think I I don't know I like deleted when the late October is when when she had killed him. So she kinda creates this whole charade about it. So between November third and sixth. She buys new bedsheets to put on the bed because they're all blood stained, she buys nylon, rope, some boxes to pack 'away things. She rolls his corpse up in a oriental rug and like ties it with the nylon rope rolled them up in a rug ties him up eventually pulls the bedding off like any sort of incriminating evidence she like boxes away. And then has it moved to the got like a storeroom in this apartment complex. So she moves all there. And then she calls the, man. Office. And she's like, hey, can you move this rug into the storeroom what so the rug with the body in it all the bought like all this stuff gets moved into thick is this rug? I feel like if I was moving a rundown rugs. Or if I can have ESL are I? Yeah. So then then she's kind of giving conflicting information to our families. So like to her dad, she say like she's kind of saying that rob like, no one knows Robert is she's he's areas there on November six she goes down to the police station with her dad to report that for husband Robert had assaulted her on the night of the sixth. So she's like, I got us all to couple of days ago report. My husband, she's not missing she's reporting that he had attacked her. He's already dead by them. Yeah. Yeah. So then she files at claim Robert misses a conference call at work, and now the colleague that he had confided in that. He was kind of concerned about what he had found is like so then he reports that he hasn't seen them all other stuff and on November seventh investigators. Discover the decomposing decomposing remains in the storage and all the evidence all the stuff all this other. She didn't like she took everything criminally put it on one place hideous. So they conduct their search of the apartment and of the storage room. They discover four boxes containing blood bloodstock, but stained bedding, tissues pillows, clothing, the belong to robber cla blonde Nancy fingerprints from Nancy on the tape used to axes hide like guilty. So I mean, it's great that she didn't catch yourself doing that. Yes. Inter so she so trial number one number one. So she's in Hong Kong these are higher Akins in. Ups to there being prosecuted by the US. Yeah. This is a murder that happened in Hong Kong. Joe they have stricter I think so. Okay. So in her testimony at some point. So I she says it was self defense. He was attacking me, and I protected myself. So she gets found guilty in trial number one in Hong Kong in Hong Kong, then she appeals it and something happened in the trial with her like Yaoqi, cool. Let's do it again and she's guilty again. But she changed her position her defense between the first and the second trial for the first one she saying it was self defense and the second one she saying I'm mentally disturbed that he said he was going to divorce me that of all these other reasons like I'm still I still shouldn't be in trouble. Yeah. So in in one of the trials she saying that that her husband. Been claimed that he was going to divorce her. So now, she's like fearful that she's gonna lose her kids, and she's gonna lose this life, the prosecution alleges that it wasn't really that. She was going to get to force. She she's gonna lose these kids. It's that she was the primary beneficiary in Roberts will and that the state was estimated at eighteen million dollars. Stocks cash real estate life insurance dudes loaded. He doesn't wanna get cut out of that. Now, she's been living very nice life. So she admits to killing her husband claiming that she had been unhappy marriage, and that she was victim of domestic violence that he had raped sodomized her over five year period. She was kind of attempting to portray him as this really aggressive guy. And that she just kind of hit a point. And that it was premeditated. But that it was like to put a stop to the abuse. She say there was an incident where like one of their kids had broken an arm and she saying he grabbed her and like she starts telling the story about how he was abusive and it ended up in their kid having a broken bone. And someone else was like I was there. And I watched the accident that caused that broken bone. So Robert definitely didn't like beat his kids. Like, that's a completely made up story. Yeah. So there's a lot of questioning in terms of like there's no other size that Robert was abusive any anyway. Okay. But there's a lot of signs of having an affair of talking to this guy of wanting to like be with him kill off Robert get this money. There's evidence to that. So records show that she had made seven calls to Michael as the guy that she's having the affair with before. And after meeting with doctor, and they have remained in frequent telephone communication, and that they were in contact with each other after the murderers. Well, okay. So she has the for schol. She has a second trial, basically, she's life in prison. So now, she's like the recent articles about our our that she's in Hong Kong, and she has a mandatory life sentence, but it's not life without parole. So she keeps like every year. She's like Pearl. I want my Pearl. Yeah. She's been like, I think eleven years now, she's. Been jail Fourrier. Yeah. And she keeps me on like when do I get because she had had one hearing. And they're like, this, isn't you haven't been here a sufficient amount of time. So that she's like. Okay, cool. So there is a sufficient amount of time. What's the sufficient amount of time? And they're like, well that depends on all these other factors like how you fit like. There's a bunch of stuff. I'm not gonna tell you. So Hong Kong's being kind of dodgy about when she'll have an opportunity because like you heard someone, and yeah, there isn't a set stone for that. And her lawyers are arguing she's in mental anguish. She doesn't know when she's going to get out. It's making her more crazy. She needs to have, you know, even children need to have a so right now, it's kind of this fill like the argument. They're making is aside from her you need to have it written somewhere that there's some sort of like end date to the end date to all. And what Hong Kong is saying like it's so specific to each prisoner will not gonna say that. So. Say Hong Kong released, sir. Does she now come to the United States and have another trial process? I don't think so. Extra. She might. There might be some sort of civil thing with assurances. I don't know about that. But I think everything went to so Robert has a brother and sister and the brother got murdered. But not it's like unrelated what and then excited other spouse, let me see five notes about it while looking tight. So the sister has custody of the three kids they live in Seattle. I think they've inherited most if not all the money, and the the mother the wife that asteroid when she'd seen her kids, and she's like, you know, what they're living their own lives. They're not involved in any of this. No, I don't talk to my kids. Oh, they were young. When a have there's definitely so I don't know if that's like it's sad that the mother can disconnect that he's leap also like that's kind of better for the kids. Yeah. Just be raised by a loving person who didn't murder dad. Could go either. You know what I mean? Like, yeah. So in April of two thousand six Robert's brother, Andrew who had been granted temporary custody of the three kids. So there was a five year old and eight year old eleven year old he was found stabbed to death in the basement of his rented mansion in Greenwich. Oh my God. Connecticut, he had been indicted for fraud involving real estate in April two thousand five a family show for the chauffeur's cousin had been arrested and charged with his death cheeses, Christ poor kids. Then the children were placed in the custody of the sister. Good god. That's crazy. So sad for them. Hoof? These are some heavy stories guys. Thank you for listening. Can't we hope you enjoyed the mudslides? We definitely did there. 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Episode 116: Were So Random

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Episode 116: Were So Random

"Start recording here. See maybe i can boost it later right. Maybe i don't know how facebook works so well. Maybe it was just too soon to boost it. Hey everybody if you didn't know her recording our podcast this week and our youtube video and relied on twitch right now if anybody wants to say hi. I've got the chat box open. We'd love to hear new. We'd love to hear from you. I'm jacoby. i'm heather and together. We make a jeter. You're listening to others adam staff. It's our very first time on twitch. I've never used it before. I've never watched it before. I've never heard of it. But i'm super excited to be here so if anybody's on and you wanna say hi sylvia chat chat box open and i think i should see your chat if you me any hill. That's exciting right. It is very exciting. So we'll help. Everybody had a good week. We had a stressful week. We got through where we got through it. Just work stuff just work stuff. It's nothing nothing personal theme personnel or tragic or anything like that but we made it to friday and are why god tgi furniture and we had the best dinner tonight and we did put a picture of it while and i say we you copay put a picture of a my personal facebook all need to post on the edge. 'cause it's not so. We had this amazing pineapple yucky bowl that we had originally in our special lodge tra- yes yup and kobe recreate it with. Perfection is so good he actually used the pineapple as a bowl. The vessel and you cook the panel with and veggies and rice teriyaki sauce. And you make it's really good. It was so good very very yummy with our rosa day. This is the rescue rose. Yes yes that is from Kinski sell winery. That's in richland. Very nice family owned winery. please check them out. Support them yeah. They're tastic percentage of all of sales to different charities. I think it's twenty percent of every single bottle and every single bottle goes to a different charity so the rescue rosa goes to their local animal shelter. And that's just great that's phenomenal. That is that's fantastic. And there they were. Just the nicest people were so sweet to us. I mean even let us do a tasty when when they weren't supposed they're like we're do tastings they got there like. Oh yeah you can have a tasting sure and they and they. It was not really. It wasn't really a tasting. They were glass pours. They were big par fours. I think we tried three but we had literally of we cut short cut short because we had an appointment someplace. We gotta smarts tasting together. We total wine is around. Yeah so i mean just otherwise. I could out there our next time. Yes we will next time for sure. I hope it's nice next year when we go. I know well that was the nicest day the day we were there. That friday was really nice except for the next day was really bad. Actually it was bad so windy. It was funny but we tried to go to the park memory the park an eat taco time. Yup that was friday. Though that was friday abbott started cooking right by the river. And so it just like we just wanna get. It was sunny that we could sit and have a nice taco time lunch by the river. And it was frigging home and wendy. It was the first week of february. So you know we got lucky. With the water there was no snow. It was great. Let's see megan. Jeff and thor had kfc tonight. They did because they don't mind Tiriac authorities thor love. Jeff said it looked really good did he. Yeah he said it looked really good. Oh wow that's amazing. I don't think he would eat it. I don't know why it was so good. I loved it. Are you ready for icebreaker question. Always ready for the ice. I'm not sure what the answer is for this one Let's see your answer. What is the most embarrassing piece of clothing. You own embarrassing piece of clothing well okay from. Who's rec- whose perspective are we going by we're going by people's reactions to the my clothing or me. Being embarrassed about my clothing alley other people got a lot of those like looking at you and going. Oh wow i got a few look at that check over there. So let's see. Where shall i start here. I had this amazing fleece pants that were the plaid check. Do you remember those. Ah-ha kobe among many others actually. I don't think i had one fan of them. No no you actually do own oscar. The grouch pajama bottoms. Pajama bottom. I did wear those out to wear those robin when we did the goodwill eight. And if you don't have you never heard about the goodwill day how the goodwill date goes is you and a group or you and your spouse are you and your friend anybody you go to a goodwill set yourself a budget. I think we put what fifteen bucks or something on. T. twenty bucks. Maybe it was twenty bucks. You allow you you get to shop for the person you have to pick the person that you're shopping for us. So when we went we went with spouses. So i shall thor vice versa there. Kobe shopped for jeff and vice versa. Since they've got an entire out whole outfit to wear and then we went home and change and then you have to go out and your outfit so we did. We went and sat at the bar. A high red robins. I made sure we were center. Stage there is a picture of it we will try to post find that and posted. I'll find it yeah Great pitcher wasn't as good as when we dress up as the scooby. Doo gang though. Oh the scooby. Doo was way better. That was way better. That was for halloween. We address it and we look. We goes to the only thing i think. We didn't nail good enough with scooby. We sort of got the. Scooby turn doesn't look anything like scooby. Well a great dane. He was first. He was the missed wall. He had a call. He was the only one that had a costume change. Yeah you had a costume james. So he has mystery machine. I because we got the cutest little mr michigan costume for him. Yeah he pulled that one he did he did. He did good with that one. But then we bought the scooby doo caller. Because there's not really a costume bright. Yeah so just got the tax will sure with the like the color or the turquoise turquoise caller little thing that actually costed more than the scooby doo mystery machine cost him the caller yeah so he was more mr machine but yeah that was so we went to applebee's and everyone staring in pointing out us always love of core. It love it when people stare point apple were not pointing and staring out the goodwill day. They weren't they should have been because literally. I was in a oster oscar. The grouch footy just bottoms. Footy just bottoms on the one piece but yeah. It's just a bottoms. And then a way to small minion shirt gave me a unit boop. Yeah there was not so fantastic. Yes it was banta. You're like well. The only other best part was jeff had an afro wig. She did kobe what he had to wear. The alpha rig which was amazing door had wyan pants on. I like what are those linen pants. I bought some linen pants. That have little. They were white with red palm trees all over them and then he had a peak. Sure i did a sweater vest. Oh yeah i remember. Jeff got a pair of red scrubs pants who i can't run bought for his top and i for me. He got me like this hippie way me i could look at takeout member anyhow. It was fun though. It was really fun hat. Thorne nature a hat. Yeah yeah and i was like ooh all of us from goodwill usually i don't wear hats puts okay but yes and a purple scarf. I remember my whole outfit. You had the best outfit. I thought i did. I remember passing the shirt down to one of my nieces. Though did you well let me it. Didn't i'm surprised that we did bus. Themes l. that was fun though. It was fantastic. That was so fun. Yeah i don't know how we got off track on Anyhow i don't know what most embarrassing piece of clothing is probably one of my dance outfits. I will go with probably one of my onesies. Oh yeah on a jumpsuit. The jumpsuits they're actually pajamas. So i don't really think that embarrassing that and then the red three x. Men plowed Fleece pants would probably be otherwise to bears. But not for me. It's just for you for people that are with me. They don't like it as much. And i still can't figure out what happened to those red pants just disappeared one though so weird. I'm pretty sure got rid of. I like missing a bunch of my clothes. And i know that they're in megan room. You know they're in because jeff does a laundry he doesn't know which closer mind in which are megan's and so guesses and guesses wrong a lot but then megan takes her pile into her room and you never see it again because a room with black hole and so i know i'm missing a bunch of stuff and i know it's in there somewhere but i'm too afraid to go in there and find it. Do we need to have a day where we clean megan's room. Well we do but we have to do when she's not here. Oh of course which not here. Yeah otherwise we won't get a lot accomplished so we need to just doing. She's not on the premises weekend. Okay usually clean her room when she's at summer camp for a week because it takes. Does it really the week. Yeah you have no idea. I clean my kids rooms to you. Have no idea i did. I cleaned my kids did. Yeah my cat's room got cleaned. Yeah had it's been big spring cleaning. Today everything came out everything got cleaned and not everything went back in or are they happy when it was put back together or were they us. Not so happy really. Oh yes i think. Fireable hat was the cutest he goes. He's my big twenty pound Orange cat still out the biggest cat but he's one of the bigger guys. Yeah he got in there and he if a cat. If you if picture of them you would've thought he was smiling smelling everything. He had the jump on every little thing and check it out because they got a lot of new stuff today. Yeah i think there was five new items that big things that went in there and we still have a couple of wall put up. They already have a lot of wall stuff. So i have to tell you so every night when i get home from work yes we usually make dinner sometimes jeff and i go to the gym and we come back. We make dinner and the three of us sitting deliver dinner and talk and goof around and ask alexa dumb questions. We do great and they so megan. I replayed a fun game on wednesday night with alexa. No okay the game was can you name all of heather's cats that's the game. The good anybody succeed we got it you did get. Megan started naming her off and she was like counting on our fingers and then she got stuck. And i'm like you didn't say mo hito or you didn't say you know might tie or whatever like like wait that's fifteen am. I doesn't have sixteen. Nope fifteen oh. We counted sixteen. Are you counting heineken. No where's the sixteenth coming from sixteen. Sixteen maybe you do. I don't 'cause. I swear to god. I six nights here these because i don't have sixteen cat now you want me to remember. Let's see let's get megan locate. I'm going to write it down. Because i'll forget if i don't write it down. I can name off all of my bay. Don't you name it. You let you i on then you tell me who i miss the go in order. I don't know that order. Okay so i just have to. Just think of it okay. I know you're ready ready. Okay let's go for this jaker okay. He's number three but he's the first one i think. Okay captain number six mojo hito eight miller. He is number four guinness seven qaluwa. She six see the name. And a number haven't even schnapps. He would be number fourteen fireball. He's not in whiskey number one her sister's number two by the way bergen. That's number three or four actually eggers three recently. That's fifteen for ten. I'm only up till eleven so here. I know which ones you don't tell me. Don't tell me the wind is gonna take awhile wait. Here's the wine okay. Okay let me look at my list here rescue rosa. Hold it up so they can see the little a yeah there. It is rescue rosie from kits scheme. It's really good. And they give twenty percents an animal rescue so that's really nice floater. Do you have a floater. Yeah i don't know how that would happen. There's no cork was just a bubble. Oh have you had more of this. Yes that's all your that's all yours okay. I have to think hold on so the one that may have missed. You missed to mighty and whiskey sister. That's the longest name of them. I know i can see her little face in my head. Light outta teeny to oh ballot. She's that name was for niece. she wanted to be a twilight cats. So bad and i gave in third was not okay with it so we had to scramble to figure out how to change bella to drink named. Yeah and we'd found it. There's a teeny martini. It is yeah sounds delicious. It's yup that sounds all the cats names. We get the most compliments on that one and that islam we worked hard on but we just not. It was not. It's not my favorite name of my cast like like mo hito is a very cool name. Yeah awesome name. I did that. Because he's like black and white and it's kinda mindy yeah. Yeah that's why i picked that. I thought guinness was cool name. Yeah shine moonshine. You missed that one. I was like. I know there's three black ones for their four kalou was black. There's four you're missing guy brit cat. Ipo urban on haircut guinness already mentioned guinea. Yeah you're said guinness. That's by four guinness bourbon urban moonshine. What's the one that looks like dinkic colusa. That's the fourth now. I said guinness qaluwa moonshine. Bourbon oh and i didn't say bourbon. Urban is the fourth. you've keep saying three different ones. Every time did not say blue other. I know you said for the first time. Those are the four black. Oh so blue bourbon. Okay have four block ones. Yes you have all the orange one. How many inches do you have now. Three three okay. So i have schnapps. And i have fireball. Who's the third orange miller miller miller. I know you do. I have miller y- all that you have all fifteen want for thirteen fourteen missing one. Go ahead no team honey. I have six. I had sixteen heineken. Went to a new way. Must've said one twice. I swear if we counted sixty so you're missing. One germany read them. Do you know what you're missing. I think i've said almost all their names. So yeah garrick captain mojo miller guinness kalou schnapps fireball whiskey bourbon recently. My table teeny moonshine. Yep i know which one you're missing. Do yup what color is it. That will give it away. Because he's the only one that color. Oh really yeah. It's my ties brother. I don't know starts at the c. cosmo. Cosmo cosmo's my little siamese looking one he's the white one. Remember us even seeing college now. The other night. Cosmo's extremely skippy. So we must have set it because they were like oh and the force that makes it even twenty and no swear to god. No no no for any who. This is the game. They play at night name. Heather's cats try to name them. We'll find the pitcher osmo for kobe. Yeah she never see cosmo. Oh he's scared of everybody. He's i see all the other ones. This is the ones where he's looking up to the heavens sweet looking sweet baby cosmos. sweet baby. yeah he's actually one of my most photogenic ones because this is like my whole Cat album and how. There's another one of him. Sweden little bed Is a really sweet little boy but this is the one forgot. He's a little signs. So how impressed are you that. I can tell exactly which one you're missing out of that list. Even in my order. I do mine and i don't know your order. I've said it to you. I don't know how how i do it. How the cat. I go by the cats. I i see when i walk into. Your house is always out for. So it's always yay garin captain. Because they're the ones that are always there and then without and bella teeny come you know and then the ones that i have to actually go to the cat room to see or lower on the list. It's they can go anywhere. They want but they have their own bedroom in the house. That is to them. And it's a fantastic room that i'm very jealous of. I wish somebody would do a room for me like that. That'd be fun. I mean my room would be full of wine and really nice couches and a nice tv wine fruit bar a little bar with snacks and our scrapbook stuff. Yeah that's what i'm saying. I mean a room created chest for us for us. All our favorite thing is all of our favorite thing seemed wine. Yeah a little nice fluffy rug. On the lord's really saw that and they'll animals are peeing on a okay. I'm looking at the news here. Oh god why do that. There's nothing good on the new there usually isn't but you find good one that you're gonna lie all right. Let's hear this one okay. This one los angeles. This is the headline los angeles. Man reunites with cad who vanished fifteen years ago if teen year and help it was a baby. So it's like only my god or something that's old for a cat. So how'd this happen. The cat went astray fifteen years ago but came back reunited older and wiser with its owner. These at brown tabby. He adopted her as a two month old kitten in two thousand and five. Oh my gosh. It's unbelievable e sar. I picked her up and she started per and it was very emotional. How does he know it's the same cat i don't. There's no way he campaigned gets the same cat unless there's a very pacific barking on. Yeah 'cause it tabbies at tabby. This palmdale in california. Well i'm really happy. New kitty i know or the old kitty he said he she stray her name is brandy. I have a dog named her aid. Only a few months after he adopted her she went outside the afternoon to our backyard. And we got dark. You went to find her. Couldn't find her anywhere. Drove around looking for a check. Though the animal shelters put up signs couldn't find her he said i was very sad because when i stopped a dry made a moral obligation. Take care of her for her life and was just what you should do when you adopt an animal. Everybody should make that commitment. You don't get an animal unless their life. He said i was hoping someone would take off the streets and take care and guess what happened. Yes oh he moved on. He moved to another place in the same area in dr another couple of cats. And then oh it is the same cat that she had a microchip. Oh my god holy shit there. Yes that's how you know it's the same cat. Hello yeah yeah. But he had changed his home number address but the cell phone number was the same and they call them. 'cause they picked her up and she had the chip. Oh that's amazing. They did know it was exact same got it was the exact same cat. That's fantastic. that's the only reason. I feel like i should get all of my chips. Not all my cats are chipped. Only some of mine are so. I only have one chip out of all the cat really ya which one captain oh really. I only got one cat from the humane society. Oh most of mine have come from the humane say so their chips well mine are mine are full fairus. Yeah most of them other than the first fix. And i don't even have the original six because we've re homed a couple of them The first six came from thors parents house but they were all pretty much farrell and sick we pulled out of there then all the other ones were just you know feral kittens that people just yeah. I know just abandon area this. Kitty said he was very old. The killing was very skinny. Malnourished only weighed six pounds and her nails had grown long enough to wound her paws. Oh my gosh. She was in a house she died. He thinks someone found her as a kitten and then kept her without bothering to check if shadow microchip and that they neglected or they neglected or hard. Yeah but he said she was very calm and gentle and sweet. Oh now he's taking really good care of her ago. Well he said he couldn't keep her because he lives in a one bedroom. Apartment already has two other cats so his sister's keeping the kitty who lives right near him. Yeah that's new register. One of them as a service pet and now you can have three now. You can have three. I work around these kind of things. She's can register any animals via service. Fed i did it with patrol service. Fat he's a What does this emotional support animal. He's actually isn't considered a service. It's not what i do have some. I can't get them into places. Still he has d. I d thing Why dragged him into that one restaurant. We can't go in there i have. I'm like yes we can. I mike we bring a dog in here on. They're like no it's a service dog and they're like oh i'm sorry come right in. Yeah he does have a vest. I was extremely nervous about this. Because you guys all here talk about those train dogs but for some reason he really channel does. He was so good his perfect he. Actually he just like saturday tables like talk with him and said hey dude. I need you to act the part. Yeah you are a service channel. The service services pet because we read in a restaurant returns a major bigger. Oh like he's a pawing at your leg hype baker like i'm starving to death. Oh my god the weirdest thing. I hardly ever give them any food ever. It's it's because when he comes in my house. I give him but he does it to me at home and he never gets at home. We'll say i know why he does it here. Because i give you a lot when you're not looking so because i'm like i don't want to get in trouble so don't tell mom here's some chicken We have a chat message doing really do. Where's my mouth. Oh there it is in your hand and well. It goes to sleep after the shake up. Oh it's oh from the living said look we look great. Thank you thanks. Sorry i guess. I shouldn't say is his real name because he has a twitter name that shipping using online. Sixty-nine so i guess i shouldn't give that up now. Already knows who he is. I won't say it again. Thanks any exciting. that's exciting. Got a little chat chat. That's a pretty fun thing. About the kitty i know is that you may have found his kitty. I was like how do you know sinkat. Well obviously Oh man. I've never recovered a cat from a microchip. I don't want to say what. I was gonna say because all jinx myself. I'm not gonna say 'cause i've never had to worry about that part. Yeah yeah. I'm not gonna say it don't say it i'm not gonna say don't do it and don't do because the tomorrow is going to happen. Yeah just don't know don't do it. They don't wanna go out though. Like when i was doing the room i had my garage door open or open was going in and out of there the whole time and Captain will come to the door kind of peak out there a little bit. But he won't cross the threshold. They initially wanted to go out. The problem is like once you let them out. They don't wanna come back in because they love it outside captivated at once. Well it takes a while like when we have when we get a new kitten. Of course we don't let them out until they're older until they've made like a bond with one of the older cats and they let him out. You let him out with the older cat who kind of Will follow him and kind of look at them a little bit and so they can kind of help them and you only let him out for a little bit and then you bring him back in. It's like you kind of acclimate him to it. Yeah i understand that. I do that but But then once they get acclimated and they realized they can go out and hunt mice and they can come in and out whenever they want through the cat door. then there's just no stopping him they want it well. I don't think i'm ever gonna get to that point so bad your cats if you got a cavallo with the door with the cat door i think your cats would be outside all the time. Maybe i've just at this point with bourbon. Just don't think i will do it. Yeah i have a cat with. fiv Very very compromised immune system. Yeah and that's the main reason we're fully indoor and then once we kind of did some research in our area in out indoor outdoor cats. Don't make it in my area you you'd have to have a full lean khloe close. We have so many predators literally. We have eagles hawks owls everything. Yes the flying. You have the cougars you have. Their raccoons are coons for certain. Yes i do. We have coyotes. We have bears. Supposedly we have a wolf pack supposedly snakes. Yeah thanks lots of those. Yeah yeah so there's just bottom totem pole. There it's not much mean brandies. Bottom of the totem pole. I leave her out. I know she has to go out with a big dog. She's a than cats nine pounds. She could easily get like i was. She's being watched by my sisters my sister and her husband for a weekend when or for a week because cobaine are at the lodge yes and they have a very big big Golden retriever this dog. He's huge. He's how much safer hundred thirty. Don't add forty pounds to harry. It was just. I knew is a big dog. But he's yeah now lucky for him. He's a bird dog so he has gotten a few birds in his time. Okay and heidi said one of these times and brandy was out. There was a hawk on their fence just perched on the fence ono so heidi said she refuses any even. If there's not a hawk perched on our fence she does not let brandy out unless buddies with her right right right and so she actually at this point lead buddy out hawks sitting on the fence an eight foot fence looking down the dog whatever the couple running jumps and actually got his teeth on one of the talents in almost pulled this bird off the fence and so then the bird loved the birth fine was like oh god that was a little cloak. Because i'll just leave. I probably would have been great for buddy if he would've gone down but he probably would've have killed it. Oh yeah for sure. But the bird probably would've got some talents. Take the dog to the vet. Oh probably but he would've goes talks or man their bishop and i remember there was much. Say yes and some say will. They're not going to pick up a dog. might she's nine pounds. They pick up salmon. That are twenty pounds. Oh yeah she's nothing. Yeah and i will see them circling my house at times so i'll have to go out with her. I have a bat right by my back door since the raccoon i just go out with the bat now. I do have a big dog to where low. We'll go out. I don't i don't know if she do anything she would. I bet she would you think she'd do something. Well what are they gonna do with it just whoops down and grabs him and it's gone i don't see i think they would have a hard time latching on to the dog and you know it's yeah it's a hawk or eagle or whatever but still nine pounds. If a lot is a lot for they would have to bring it up and you'd have to fly up so i think merlo could probably get their time. Yeah so like. It's like because we would have them worked at best and they would catch pigeons. 'cause we had a ton of effing pigeons through they. Would they would eat. Sounds gross. They would eat the pigeons and kill them like right there. They wouldn't take them off anywhere they would do it right there. Which i had to witness several times But because they can't it's too much for them to drag it somewhere else they just do it. They just eat the prey right there. Go anywhere make sense. So so she might be. Okay yeah i. This is totally off subject. Of course it is totally off on a tangent. Let's hear it today. I was talking to one of our bosses. The older the older one younger and he was asking what i was doing this week at. I told them it was my brother's birthday. Oh i can't say it right now because he might listen to this podcast. I'll tell you later. We'll you listen to it tonight. Yeah then they'll tell me okay. I'll tell you later. Yeah i'll tell you. I'll tell you on the next podcast or you may want to. We're also between podcasts. There okay okay. Damn i was gonna tell you story they're together. Yeah so this is why this is relevant. Yeah because i actually have the same boss do the same process okay. I'll tell you later anyways. Forget i said anything. Because they can't say it right now all right i think we're going to sign off and Thank you everyone for listening to us. Thank you for my two. There's two followers that we have on twitch that chatted all. We had another one. That i think the other one might be megan. But oh thanks me. She just said the word cat. So i don't know what that means. Maybe that was trying to play the cat game. Which can you don't know it. Honestly that naming all fifteen in one. Yeah they're all they're all cat cat all right everybody things for listening and we hope as good as a vestige and find us on twitter. Next time thanks bye.

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Amount Past Purdue

What A Day

16:32 min | 3 months ago

Amount Past Purdue

"It's friday july ninth. I'm angela hughes getting sick. And this is what day the podcast that was playing out of every spaceship in the new. Us intelligence report on spaceships. Yeah don't ask us how they got it but the aliens are apparently in love with what they are real. They are smart and they are obsessed with daily news. Yeah i heard that they sing along to the headlines sake on today's show a vaccine taylor to the delta variant may be on the way plus we will have headlines but first the latest the sackler will be permanently banned from the opioid business. Purdue pharma will cease to exist and most importantly the public will witness the most significant disclosure in any case ever so that is massachusetts attorney general maura healey announcing what is considered a big victory for victims and their families of the opioid crisis. But akilah tells more about this all right. So it's a doozie late wednesday night. Fifteen states reaching agreement with purdue pharma the maker of oxycontin and the company's been sued repeatedly for its contribution to the opioid crisis. As we all know about this new agreement paves the way for a settlement of at least four point. Five billion with a b. dollars. And this is coming on the heels of johnson and johnson settlement with new york state two weeks ago for two hundred thirty million dollars reopened. And yes. Wow is correct. Yeah i mean this is obviously good news or a better news than receiving nothing for the damage that has been caused here but it is a settlement. So what then are the terms of this agreement all right so for four point. Five billion dollars. Purdue pharma has made sure that all of the states involved will drop their opposition to the company's bankruptcy plan and in return purdue will release millions of documents to those states and we'll also promised an additional fifty million dollars for members of the sackler family the company's owners and to be clear. There's still does nothing to bring back. The more than five hundred thousand americans who've died in the last two decades from prescription and illegal opioid overdoses more than three thousand plaintiffs are part of the case against produce so rough math. Each plaintiff got an equal share. They'd be walking away with one point. Five million dollars in just one more thing on the documents tip. There are an estimated thirty three million documents spanning the past twenty years including emails legal. Correspondents in more the plaintiffs will be entitled to seeing so the public scrutiny of that will certainly be something to pay attention to. Yeah definitely And then on the flip side of this. The opioid epidemic is still happening as we speak. So what does that mean for people who are currently suffering at the moment You're right i mean. Overdose rates are up in many parts of the country in montgomery county maryland. Fatal overdoses are up. Thirty three percent as compared to twenty twenty in dc fatal overdoses were up. Forty six percent between twenty nineteen and twenty twenty and according to the cdc opioid death spiked during the pandemic. And they say that over eighty one thousand drug overdose deaths occurred in the united states in the twelve months ending inmates when he twenty the highest number of overdose deaths ever recorded in a twelve month period. So we're going to keep following this crisis as other large corporations have their day in court. But let's turn now to another story. The new delta varian of kovic has really impacted covert on a global level and the latest numbers of those sick and deceased are not encouraging. So where do we stand gideon. Yeah this is a little bit of an addendum to the conversation. We were having with dr abdul el-sayed earlier this week but in just the last couple of days we saw another grim milestone yesterday. In fact a tally of the world's known cova desk past four million that is according to johns hopkins university and is considered a likely undercount overall the daily numbers in the us and around the world are declining in terms of deaths. But there are many countries where cases and hospitalizations are once again on the rise. The director general of the world health organization set earlier this week. That's because of quote fast-moving variants and shocking inequity. In vaccination now the main variant being talked about here is delta it has been detected in over one hundred countries including the highly vaccinated ones like the united states. Yeah that is not very encouraging. And where are we seeing very clear. Examples of these worsening conditions. You're talking about. Yeah it's kinda crazy when you lay them all out like this but for one thing. Yesterday olympic organizers decided that spectators are going to be banned for most events for something that is set to start in two weeks time This has been a slow moving red light to me. At least it's like for sure. Maybe maybe not don't do it. Maybe and that follows the state of emergency that was announced in tokyo that we covered before also the who said that africa had its quote. Worst pandemic week ever this past week with sixteen different countries seeing rises in infections indonesia. The world's fourth most populous country is also experiencing a delta driven surge that has led to cova deaths doubling over the course of just two days this week and then even when you look at places that have higher levels of vaccinations like the uk which is set to likely get rid of all of their kovic restrictions. Later in the month a recent study found that cases have quadrupled there since early drew driven mostly by delta. Yes if he can get a shot. Please get one for the. Us there was another cdc briefing on all of this yesterday. yes so. let's hear director. Dr rochelle lewinsky. On the one hand we have seen the success of our vaccination aram over the last eight months with cases hospitalizations and deaths far lower than the piece we saw in january and yet on the other we are starting to see some new and concerning trends simply put in areas of low vaccination coverage cases and hospitalizations are up. Yeah i mean to state the obvious what she's saying there what we know now. Is that people who are vaccinated are largely protected against the delta variant which is great and people who are not are not simply put to put a finer point on that white house officials also said that nearly one hundred percent of recent cova deaths have been among those who are unvaccinated and then a recent study published in nature. Yesterday found that yet again. People who had two shots of either astrazeneca or pfizer had good protection against his variant. But if you had just one shot alone that quote barely does the job because the variant can evade some. Antibodies and i did not like the word barely there but we also know that vaccine makers are preparing for a possible booster shot situation or even ultra versions of their existing vaccine. So what's the latest there. Yeah this is kind of developing but yesterday visor said that they are going to ask for clearance soon to distribute that possible booster shot and also that in august. The company is going to start clinical trials for a version of the vaccine that currently exists that better targets delta so they didn't provide the data on this but they said that tested against other strains getting a booster shot six months after receiving the second dose actually made antibody levels up to ten times higher which is a lot without one though the vaccines effectiveness. They said could begin to wane six months after that. Second dose in any case. We'll keep you up to speed on how all this is going. And what future shots may or may not look like but that is the latest for now. It's friday what squad and today we're doing a segment called the solution where we propose a fix to a news story that has created chaos in our world. Marijuana legalization has had an unexpected side effect. It's putting loyal drug. Sniffing dogs out of business. Well last month police department and new mexico announced that their canine dog was retiring after the state legalize weed that followed in announcement by virginia state. Police that they'd retired thirteen dogs for the same reason. The dogs candidate other drugs. But the issue is that can't exactly communicate which one they found in. That makes it hard for police to establish probable cause for a surge in places where weed is legal. Obviously more states are going to approve recreational pot so this trend will continue. And there's a question of where all the dogs will go so for the issue of out of work drug sniffing dogs. Here's the solution. We need to also retire. A bunch of police officers and send them to the caribbean to make a hotel where the retired dogs can live with. The idea of a hotel for dogs is tried and true. It has been proven by a movie that came out in two thousand nine that none of us here were anyone listening to this. Podcast has ever seen if anyone deserves to retire beachside resort it is drug sniffing dogs. Who were tricked using a series of treats into becoming tools of the law. Now many of them must have psychological problems for putting people behind bars or if not they have psychological problems from listening to rush. Limbaugh all the time in the squad car. These problems can't be solved by letting them drink. Dog food dachary. While being waited on by. Lots of sunscreen cots. The hotel might seem very expensive but trust me. It is cheaper than our militarized police force which is driving the equivalent of one thousand armored luxury hotels on our streets every single day. I've done the that with the officers getting deep into dog. Hospitality citizen the us can create community based public safety solutions and dogs and go back to normal things like smelling asses in eating asses. Listen nobody is allowed to do drugs at the hotel because sadly the dogs will be completely until about it. The vibe will be strictly qaluwa and cuban cigars. Also i get to go there just a side note and i get to be friends with all the dogs gideon. I love that. I think that is the only true solution and in fact. That was these solution. So if you're a police. I hope that you can get some support for this. We'll be back after. Smith's today's brought to you by bambi. When you're running your own business don't let hr issues bogged down. Bambi spelled b. m. b. e. was created specifically for small business from on boarding determinations. They can customize your policies to fit your business and help you manage your employees day all for just ninety nine dollars a month month to no hidden fees and you can cancel anytime. 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Head lands president biden announced yesterday that the military will complete withdrawal from afghanistan by the end of next month in his speech by defended the move by saying the us as mission to contain. Terrorism has already been accomplished and that it was up to the afghans to defend their country against the taliban. Now the us military has already been rapidly. Withdrawing troops despite a recent increase in taliban attacks on afghan forces in other white house news vice president kamala harris announced the administration's twenty five million dollar expansion of the democratic national. Committee's voting rights pergram under the i will vote initiative the dnc says the money will be used to fund voter education amp protection efforts and also increase voting accessibility investigation into the assassination of haiti's president revealed that to haitian americans have been arrested. One of whom is a former bodyguard at the canadian embassy. In port-au-prince as a recording a total of six people have been arrested while four suspects were killed in a police. Gunfight and two others are missing reports from patient officials said that the perpetrators were foreigners who spoke spanish or english and did not identify a motive for the killing only stating that. It was carried out by quote highly trained and heavily armed group. It's still unclear who will succeed molise. Since the supreme court chief justice who would have been next in line to office recently died from cova an interim prime minister claude. Joseph was supposed to be replaced by ariel henry neurosurgeon. Who was named prime minister by moe's just one day before the untimely assassination with increasing gang violence and uncertainty with haiti's security forces. It's possible that foreign intervention with regular you in military presence in haiti will become reality. Michael albany did some serious damage yesterday to the perception of his trade lawyer but seriously seriously addicted to being on tv. He was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for attempting to extort more than twenty million dollars from nike back into nineteen ninety. Had claimed that he had evidence of criminal conduct at nike but could be paid to stay quiet. Sentencing definitely marks a low moment for ati former lawyer for stormy daniels who at one point was also a presidential hopeful memories beautiful especially for anyone who was hoping. The president would be big gucci shoe. That is mad. All the time still hasn't hit bottom yet. He continues to multiple legal battles including charges that he defrauded clients in california and embezzled. Money from daniels has also and legal news. There's an update on the mike levin atty of concerts fire fest. The famously disappointing music festival is staying consistent. by letting down it's ticket holders again. Those people probably be getting paid back way less than they expected. After winning a class action lawsuit the bankruptcy trustee representing fire fest said in newly published court documents that he was only able to secure three hundred thousand dollars of the seven million dollars of just there is so bad ticket. Holders who paid between one thousand and twelve thousand dollars to attend the tropical stanford prison experiment back payments over seventy dollars but given the limited funds. It's now proposed that they'll get less than three hundred dollars each by a lot of cheese sandwiches with that. Though you definitely can't that's at least they got the pet the pigs before they got bit by them and those are the headlines. That is offers. Av like the sri strategy review opened a hotel for drug dogs. And tell your friends. 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Skywalker, Spoiler Free

Cinemavino

17:38 min | 1 year ago

Skywalker, Spoiler Free

"Welcome back to cinema. Vino thank you guys for joining us again. We're back down to a trio for this broadcast. Shawn's here in spirit. The He's here yes. He's in a different area code with other hose. Yeah so they say So we're GonNa talk about star hours. Riser skywalker this podcast. We're going to do little mini. So that's going to be spoiler free so then we're going to do one. That has spoilers so pick a poison if you haven't haven't seen it. This is the the mini so that you can listen to all of that. Yeah so yeah wanted to discuss our thoughts and we'll start with Taylor okay. Okay well the I will say that you need to Google that as well before went to go see it. I wanted to see some random reviews about it and of course I just typed in like star wars review. You no no spoilers and and these were not spoilers but there were little things that like what the hell. This is clearly a spoiler of some sort. But yeah it really. If you're wanting to google it you need to actually saying they're like no no spoilers. Anyway I ultimately like do not being the as you travel. Sean are they you real big star wars fans of pizza shit out of me. Yeah I mean not not being in-depth following it I do think that the elastic it can be bu but I still liked to watch it. Yeah that's how this one was. But I think this is going to sound bad but I think I went into a little negatively and there were a few things where yeah we can talk about in the spoiler episode that I was like what the hell is happening cringing. Yeah cringing I two or three spots when Taylor and I were both like made D- gestures and giggled to each other. I will say you're eat it if you don't go see it is I mean why not. Don't Oh boy caught at just go see it. The I told her after the movie the One thing I maybe I was just looking at other things. But what if like the things that I think of when I see star wars are are the wipes. The transition from scene to scene. Didn't see a lot of those I was. I didn't even think of that. Yeah I told Ktar off the movie Mike that kind of bum me out to me is like an iconic you know the first star wars four five and six that was the thing and they did it in a new Hope for sure and I was like I know they probably did it but I just didn't get to see a lot. More hidden reminded me of like a turn of the page because like anger allegiant hulk and I was not a big fan of that of some of that editing but he did like like different pains and stuff but I think he also did like kind kind of a page. Turn thing on that. But it's interesting and I'll talk more about the spoiler episode but the only other negative thing I can say about it is I do feel like jumped around. I'll discuss the scenes in the next episode and towards the end there were some I feel like it was just jumping around a little too much. I liked it and I know you just like with thumb fingers in game like you have to do a water shit. He's tied up real quick. So you have to bounce around. But besides that I I liked it They did what they said they were going to do. And kind of answered a lot of questions Rassam shut up and I think they did that and I think for any star wars fan. Hey you know you have to to go see it now but Yeah I thought it was good. I actually liked it as well. It was much better than I thought it was going to be from. The first ten minutes seemed like a whole very quick edits and it was a lot of course correcting by J.J. Abrams I feel and that he I hate to say listen to the fans and their problems with the previous film which I thought was not great but he yeah he. He did a lot of course correcting they did. Not Answer all the questions that I had and they also brought up some brand new ones were like we'll wait. What the hell what's happening here? And I feel like like they've done enough at this point where they're going to answer these questions in either novelization that come out later or or more. Clone wars type animated series. That clone wars was great in between episodes two and three. Like if you watch all those. You're like Oh shit. I really know what's happening now. And a lot of this war makes sense because they've they've said you you know in episode sued for. Oh I fought with your dad and the Clone Wars Obi Wan to Luke and he's just one throwaway line they take that one line make it the title of up so too and they're like okay so this is the clone wars and then boom you hit episode three and the war's pretty much over like you. You get whatever the aftermath is and you don't see any import it was about so I feel. They've set themselves up to do video games novels cartoons whatever they want interview or Disney plus TV series. Yeah so they're not giving everything but it kind of pissed me off but it was really not a bad flick. It did answer a lot of questions and some issues. I had an omitted. Some stuff from the last Jedi just decided not to even tackle it where I was like. Okay well this is even more dog shit than but yeah so that those were my thoughts but I guess Sean what what did you think I can't. Can we turn his mic on all right. Whatever taught we'll before I get to my opinion? If on a scale of one to ten what would you guys give it if you ring a man so if I think you did you make about about rating the star wars films. Did you actually do that. I'm going to have seen so so. Would everyone consider empire strikes back at ten. Yeah Yeah I'd Say I gave Force Awakens. Maybe a seven out of ten. What you've you translate that stars would be what three and a half out of five and and that's mainly because it gives you the good nostalgia and everything but it took too many beats from a new hope which is fine? I I get it just you know. Bring everybody back in the last Jedi. I want to say maybe be a four out of ten to stars I was not enthused. I also was not enthused with the Disney's their stance after it came out and and defending. I mean they have to defend it but I was not enthused so if I give that first one seven second one four this one. I'd put back about six. Actually you know what I would give it a seven because it broke new ground. It wasn't I didn't necessarily agree with it but they you took an in a different direction. Yeah give it a seven. PUT IT ON ON FORCE AWAKENS. I'm thinking six or seven years. I you know I would really indigo awesome. Rewatch the last Jedi. I was like I guess netflix still has it. I had no end of this month so I didn't really it didn't we watch it but Yeah I I would say you know. Maybe because I was just kind of happy to see it all come to an end. So maybe it's the happiness probably a seven. I would say probably a six for myself now and this is GonNa be weird but it actually made me think more the last Jedi and actually improved my pin. Because it's like I admire the bravery of Ron Ron Johnson to go a little off the beaten path with his with the story a little bit. Because it's like it's like comments were different rider do different things and he wanted to kind of go off out into the weeds a little bit. It's like people are going to go see it no matter what you know. It was like the you know the Beatles. They did sergeant pepper. It's like people going to buy this no matter what's let's do something funky and crazy and off the wall and comparing that movie star. No it's the same idea. Yeah and so. This movie was very much the safe ground of you know. We're GONNA Kinda play it. You know more conventional and not do anything crazy crazy like make Luke skywalker and hold hermit or make ray come from nowhere. The WE'RE GONNA make this a little safer we're GONNA do the more safer beats and she is now somebody yeah and well I mean not really giving away about who she is but this this goes into different detail about it kind of does a left turn from last jet. I but that's the whole movie doesn't left it gets a whole lot of course correction And I agree. You Know Ryan Johnson. He he went off to do his own thing. I don't agree that it worked and this last film and and one of my big questions from the previous film. I'm like they're going to need to fix this. One thing or this was even more dog shit than originally it was. Yeah and it was. It was not addressed and looking back and looking back and doing the thing about reading all the movies. It's it's kind of lost. How ballsy was to make darth vader? Luke skywalker is dead. Yeah how balls that was to do that at the time. This is gonNA be crazy. Yeah you know we're we're going. One left turn ninety degrees and it may work it may crash the whole franchise. Yeah I mean I think when the force awakens came out but the own Lasted I would. They had all those interviews Mar AMMO and even said he was like you know. They shot two different They they shot the oh he didn't the reaction. Is that right as it wasn't. I'm your father. It was it was like you don't be one it was like and so he didn't know they came in so it's like it. That's all over dubbed. It was crazy to be like. Did they even makes me even in their mind. They're like this is fucking crazy like George Lucas neighbors like. I'm going to drop some bombs to people so I don't want to let anybody know that's pretty cool. Yeah so I enjoyed it I you know I didn't love it didn't hate. It is in that gooey. Middle Ground for me rose. I can't wasn't wanted a bad movie. Yeah it's like the old saying about like you know. Even bad pizza is still pizza right now. Even Mediocre Star Wars Star Wars which honestly and. That's kind of how I feel about it. I kind of want to go back on rewatch last last jet I I. It's you're still going to go see it. Yeah I think I did. Readings not a spoiler but like it was under expectations about. Oh Oh yeah. It didn't hit two hundred million 175 they They they fucked some of the fans and then when the fans didn't like it they fucked them again. They were like well. You're it's it's a very fifty fifty film. The the the Middle One and I dislike it for reasons but not for all the asshole reasons. Some of the super fans have just like hated did a female protagonist or a black protagonist or what. I dislike it for nerd. Reasons do not like just being an asshole. Reason Yeah Star. Wars has to be the toughest fan base to please in all of movies. It has to be the most difficult fickle you. You know to where it's like and you can see between these two movies where one movie tries to go crazy likely departure like we're GONNA do some nutty you know out there stuff and people hate it. Yeah and then with this one. It's like okay. Well then we'll do fan service and give you guys more of what you want and then people hate that too. Yeah can I say that. We've had the men delorean come come out Since and Jon Favreau is the show overseas of the show and we also have a guy named Dave Baloney he who has helped out and directed several episodes. He directed a lot in row for the star. Wars clone wars animated series which is got another season coming out in February apparently the final one on Disney plus. Now I'm not saying every single one of those episodes was like knockout. He knocked out of the park. I would really like to see him. Direct a live action star wars movie alike if we don't have the G. O.. T. Game thrones. Show runners doing another trilogy the next few years or whatever they think they're gonNa let star wars chill for a while before they do another Anything in in theaters. Yeah but I would like Dave Loni to have a fuck ton of money behind him and get to craft a star wars trilogy to be to be actual showrunner. Because he's he's good yet. It would be because it's like an. I'm not taking away from their achievement on either uh-huh shows but I think it's also a little bit easier when you don't have that pressure on you doing the big feature movie you know to where it's like for the Lawrence there's no skywalker in it and it's like this doesn't have the burden of it so you kind of have less pressure to do that. So but man delorean the problem with it is man. It's great. Everybody enjoyed it at the beginning. But it's been a little slow and you're like I need a little more progressing. The story forward and not so much episode of the week week. Yeah just you know those are good and each one of the episodes has has been great entertaining. There've been MRS here in there but they're still good but yeah we need more. There's leaving the audience wanting more and then there's just not delivering delivering not giving enough. Yeah I see that too but yeah so this is our our force awakens skywalker discussion that stupid last Waking Walker. What are we drinking? We're doing French wine. We're doing a band all see if I can pisses pugh demand the girls Norway banned. All I'm doing my next book will be all French. Wines movies how long. ooh Also had a lot of fun doing those reviews for the last books. I'm GONNA do nothing but French wines. English peaked all okay. What was the one that we drink right before? That was a raptor Ridge Pino. Oh we'll sit on the way over here and then I made a drink. Thank nobody else wanted. It was Eggnog at the liquor store that we We work at actually. All three of us were there today. Todd came out of retirement to help out and helped me with a difficult customer. That wanted to pay you in four different gift cards or alcohol. Awfully different ones and she was like there should be this amount on. This was not that amount trying to force me to do math. Long Story Short This is an Eggnog Russian. Now I would prefer Evan Williams Eggnog but this is Pennsylvania. Dutch Eggnog One portion portion and one portion Qaluwa and two parts Tito's vodka. This is why Russian made with an Eggnog by myself because everybody else as me but also having one yeah. I'm afraid I'm agnostic. When it comes to? You're what I'm agnostic. I just wanted to make sure everybody heard what she said lately. But yeah this is our spoiler free one and if you WANNA get deep rendu spoilers hasty nasty. Yeah we we now so yeah. We're going to take a brief break on top of selves off wine. And and Y'all come back for the spoiler Laden episode. We're GONNA try and fix Shawn's Mike I guess. Yeah he he's doing a weekend Bernie thing where you just put your pants back on. Jason the.

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7/21/21 - Boomer & Gio Show - Hour 2 (7am-8am)

Boomer & Gio

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7/21/21 - Boomer & Gio Show - Hour 2 (7am-8am)

"How's your mental health. I'm listening with solomon thomas. The host hit really hard I wasn't really enjoying life anymore. Didn't have that kind of purpose in life anymore. So when i got to that state my life. I really realized that helped. And everybody needs to go see a therapist or talk to someone get professional advice and i started that everyone changed. My wife really helped me figure out how to how to deal with depression. How to deal with his grief process goal explore more at. I'm listening dot org for the ones finding new ways to ensure the job always gets done for the ones wearing many hats for the ones who are hands on even from far away and the ones keeping business moving forward we are grainger offering supplies and solutions for every industry with twenty four seven support and experienced staff and over two hundred fifty local branches call. Click grainger dot com or stop by grainger for the ones who get it done her funky stuff during the breaks. The last couple of weeks on wfan one was just played. This guy's talking about a odyssey podcast. That he's doing in his voice is just like i don't know it's seizure inducing. It's so annoying. There's the other one where it's a. Psa where they say. Don't leave your kid in a hot car. And one of the suggestions they say is to leave your cell phone in the back seat of the car so you don't forget you kid because the cell phone you'll never forget but you might forget your kid in the back of a car. Unfortunately it is a sad reality happen. How in the f. Anybody could forget you. Kate in the back of a car. There's a child at a car. You put him in there. You look back you check on them. What's going on. I know. I mean i feel like i could speak from experience at this point and i'm not just judging but like put your cellphone back there so you don't forget your child. I know my mind. The only thing i can think of. Because i've certainly been there too and done it for years and years with the kids strapped into the car seat and clearly out of that phase now. The only way i can think of it is if you're not used to having your kid in the backseat like let's say the mom or the dad always is the one that drives and you run out to get something and just habit you get out the kids sleeping. I don't know. Gee i'd say i know i hear that it's disturbing. It really really is now. If you telling me you're someone who doesn't normally have a child and you're watching a child and maybe it's not in your head but even then you like you're in charge of someone else's child you would up. I don't know if that's one where there's no excuse to me like you if that is the case you're either on drugs or you're so out of it that you shouldn't be apparent and any sort of responsibility. There's another psa that. I hear that it's very strange. Have you heard this one. I listened to the station way too much while driving. I never changed the station. I listen to the commercials. When i drive. And the as ron says a psa about a father trying to talk to his kid and the kid doesn't have the words to explain what's going on in his life so they suggest that it yeah lyrics. Let's find the lyrics dot com so then like they. It's like a hamilton type. Wrap that happens at the end of it. So he's like. Hey buddy what's going on Dad i don't know and then like a rapid comes in okay and they want the kid to like wrap his feelings eat clams meeting the can't eat clams. That's very strange. Like what is that. I don't know so. I heard the end of this one. This is not for a kid. That's got a speech in panel this freaky. That just can't get the words out because he doesn't have to talk to his parents. I suppose like they don't know how to express what's going on in their lives without finding the lyrics in which to do so. I don't know as odd we can find. It may be played later for you. I don't want to put these guys on the spot that but it's very strange and it's the beat comes in and they're like you know dad at school. It ain't cool number. Make make me make fun of because drool. Wow what is this. What the world is people in hot cars. And you can't talk to cade without him wrapping to you. Yeah i guess it is a problem. I guess this is a snapshot into the day. Feel very fortunate and proud of yourself that you don't have these issues. I that's the only thing i can tell you. I guess i guess so. Find the lyrics dot com. Yeah let's go into the in belleville what's going on anthony t. Oh jerry you make me married. Well-timed anthony jerry. Congratulations on the pulse of the people who is very nice. Thank one hundred percent geo. Yeah i can't wait to get my mullet bracelet. Yes bracelet or break bracelet I'm lost for words. i mean. yeah you're going to be right there at the top of the list. esol you. We talked yesterday that we are going to cut my mullet and then we're going to weave it into bracelets or the best listeners out there yeah that's a yeah jerry throwing a little haired air to some off his chest and put a little in there unfortunately as much to give you blues. I'm that's not. I couldn't grow up. I wanted to this out too. I got one for mattie. Yes sure yeah eddie omega ready wonderful main so on the left wish you could have my mullet and on the right rich. You could ed. How's this going to be something where you sell it for charity or you just given them out. That's going to give him out. He's going to give them out. Get somebody to make him something. Actually i think about it. Of course it i appreciate you know. Vitamins at a party. And now you're gonna come or what garesh bent. of course you're going to be there. You'll be there you'll be. There talked anybody about this because it's a very tough ticket. You can't just mosey on over there and figure it out you know there's a list and everything take care of me we will but you gotta let me know that you're definitely going to be there. Prepared boomer might throw you overboard. Yes i know. What should i do to prepare myself for this. I would say show up with a life jacket. Maybe scuba gear something. That's going to keep you afloat and breathing in the water. That's flippers all right. All right. I think i could do that. All right. very good anthony. Do you have anthony's phone number now. Yes you do okay. Yes so anthony be like is he just going to be at the show or is he going to be a part of everything. It'd be part of this can you. I was asking g. Of course you want to be a part of everything. Well it's easier to get you to the show than it is to get you on a vessel. I can't guarantee could put you on a vessel. But i can guarantee that you can watch the show from the lake enduring the parade part. You can act as a bully in the bed. How's that sound. We'll put a little light on your head and you could just bob up and down all right. Well we'll We'll make sure that we get your name on a list and everything and we'll get you there and if you're serious about being there i know it's a little bit of a trip for you. But if he's serious about being there we'll make sure it happens for you all right. I'll talk to you guys later. All right seaman anthony. That's coming up quick. That's two am i wrong. That's two weeks to three weeks from friday three weeks from friday. Yes three of them. Quick al yeah. Come and quick at the the month-long forecast the accuweather used to have a very long one. You can look one month. And it doesn't mean that the hurricane possibilities through mid august are not great. Oh good so. That's good news. That's does bad for al. Yeah good. do you have the. Psa the wrapping psa. Let's hear this that's not it. That's south how you feel. i'm fine. pops was on your mind. Just i can't explain. It is really starting to one. Kid can't find language. Help them find a luke's listen to the sounded out album and get tips and tools to start a conversation. It sounded out together. Dot org brought to you by ad council competed lynch's wow. I would have no idea what mike was trying to say. What am i. don't think you are missing. I think they're just trying to find another avenue to get kids to open up. I guess but. I dunno i when you were a kid and you had issues. You didn't tell you parents for a couple of reasons. One may because you were afraid of punishment if you screwed up or to is just like embarrassing or whatever. Did you ever think that writing a song now was going on in your life was something you would do. They odds of any sort of tortured adolescent writing a song to express themselves to their parents. Is ludicrous. You took it as writing. I thought it was just finding existing song that expresses your feelings. That's was my really guessing megadeath songs. Dog yeah. I don't know i don't know what it's about but the kid was singing though was he. Suzanne real song singing. I don't know i'm not sure about that. I probably not. I mean somebody came up with this idea. You want to one more time. Yeah sure let's listen to it again. Hey son how you feel it. I'm fine pops was on your mind. Just i can't explain to is really started to one member state. Your kid can't find language. Help them find. The luke's listen to this sounded out album and tips and tools to start a conversation. It sounded out together. Org brought by ad council in sounded out the sounded out album. I mean the kids said. He was fine autopsy station. The sounded out. Album has a beautiful billboards outside the lincoln tunnel. Oh really awesome. Yeah money on that. Yeah great it out album. The website is not helping hulk so still confusing. Maybe you can find some lyrics out to express yourself. I mean so. They have albums here. That are i. Guess reflective of certain emotions. That kid may be feeling and the kid can pick them out to say. This is how i'm feeling throw onto to sing one. All right one second was it sounded out dot org well. I don't know what the song is. But i'll just i'll give you a two album. Sounded out dot. Org is taking me somewhere else. Said it sounded out together dot org. That's why okay some days. The confidence comes like a cure sometimes. The noise is just too loud to ignore the energy to try to fake. It and i can't make it with a smile. I know it's a waste of time to feel insecure. So i just say a prayer and remind myself. I'm more than what they're saying about me. Projecting i can't be i mean. This is the weirdest thing. I've ever seen in my. They do have songs here though that you could play. Yeah i can give you a taste laura here. let's see. Is this for stress. Or is this for because i see. There's two different kinds understanding in stress slowing through puberty. Maybe just this along to the hook it going in a month but the first theme version. I hope it's paid for you. Know training for the first time shaved navigate friendly apparent now. Okay i you're a parent jerry. I can't for the life of me figure out what this is all about. I really can't This is some obviously new digital initiatives. Did you say digital. This is not a part of our company. I don't believe it's the ad council. Is the ad count. yeah. I don't think this is an odyssey thing. I guess they're trying to change with the times advanced with the times and find other ways to communicate with your kids. I just found out that we're growing up the stream by doing this cause fires. Yeah fires the computer. A commercial on the stream. That's different than what he's really. Yeah i forgot that part. Oh no they can't hear that not too bad. well anyway. It's terrible if you're listening on extreme. It's a terrible psi and it doesn't make any sense to anybody and it's a complete waste of. We heard it twice a we still don't understand. We still don't understand exactly right each the morning show with boomer esiason and greg boomer and geo show is from the lake house in. Bayshore frothy five ten. Am warm-up show starting at five and then six to ten. We're gonna have a blast. We're going to have people in there for the up show. I would think so. I mean there will be some people behind us already there. So there's like six lips that are right. There boat slips for boats. That'll be there already. So then be there and i'm assuming that people will want to get there and get close for the show nice and the wanna get there early. I'm hoping that they're just rolling in the warm up show is starting and they'll be the people who bought the tickets right there. Yeah they will be there. I really think they should be there at five. Yeah and then the have that show. Some commitment and jordan davis will be doing his sound. Check during the warm-up show sure no four thirty he's a big star man so his al you have to do the soundcheck during the warm pulse to the people award winning short of a bigger star. If you got a boat come join us in our friends at country. Ninety four seven celebrate with us enjoy live music from st hassle. That'll be on the floating stage presented by truly hard seltzer and twisted tea. Hard iced tea. Come out to have fun. Please be safe. Wfan the boomer and geo show encourage safe and responsible boating download the united states coast guard app for more information sponsored by also jack pocket flag an anthem and a regulator marine available through suffolk marine. So yeah the to places that were having. It's a it's an all day affair at least up until probably about five o'clock the latest that it would go but you hang out as long as you want to hang out but the show from five to ten. Am lay cows bayshore then around eleven eleven thirty somewhere around there. We hop on the boat and we moved to where the floating. We don't tend to eleven thirty where we have to Meet and greet okay for the people that bought the tickets and stars and don't they do donated to that's part of the part of that donation situation or the boomer esiason foundation so little step in repeat type of thing very cool and we'll eat some stuff from assuming drink some stuff. Oh there's also a specialty cocktail. What was that your phone. So jesus i just gotta notification about something i'll share in okay But there is a specialty cocktail. I believe it's the booming geo south shore sunrise Which is a It's a casa. Migos blanco i like it. Already club soda. Lemonade orange juice. That's so that will be available at the party as well. We substitute on cranberry juice for the orange juice. thomas sugar. You can ask for milk chair. What's a ton of sugar will kill a straight. you'll be fine head. That would not be a good long. Friday freddie isn't it weird there's different types of drunks not like people but the alcohol alcohol's make you feel different. Yeah i always found that may kill it in a mixed drink like that. Or you know dockery's or i think that's okay but like straight no good vodka for straight no good. I don't say yeah. No there's cert- certain people just react differently. The only time. I get angrier of gotten angry with brown liquor if i drink too much of a whiskey or bourbon in. Somebody pisses me off angry. What about a spiced rum a spiced rum. I believe i'm happy. Okay so you so. That's a brown liquor so more like a whiskey or bourbon but tequila vodka. I'm just on cloud nine. Did you see the monkey. Drinking the kapalua in the liquor store did not carry. Where was this isn't the post. I'll take connor sons us that link. There's a goofy us thing you'll see. Yeah drink and people weren't stop and drink the whole bottle of qaluwa and they didn't think it was one of those countries. Monkeys urges are all running around. This wasn't downstairs no place. Where did you see a monkey. Drink and interesting. It went for the kalou of all things. Well i think it's very the first bottle at grabbed on a sales in the front of the store and after dinner liqueur. If you will all right ceelo give us an update brought to you by town fair tire. Nobody's town fair tire. Nobody i'll mention this quickly. Because i guess with the time difference it's happening and i know we don't talk much about soccer but the olympics are underway the tokyo games. You're going to talk about the. Us men women's national industry grew jerry. The headset on out there. You're listening to audio. What was the olympic team that they had to send people back because they actually too many by mistake. You see that not now. They put too many by mistake. Yeah i should. I should have wrote a took games off to a great start. Yeah already infiltrated the village right. Sure yes i've seen. That virus has been introduced. Cardboard beds bags. I'm looking at this monkey and this qaluwa and it's using his feet to which is very that's going gonna be me about two o'clock gossamer because as you're running in and out of the ocean to relieve yourself. We'll be on a yacht that has a bathroom. I'm in today out today for sure. Well yesterday i was right all right. What else that. We've talked about already shawn radio. Radio calls for the bucks and sons pretty boring and we agree alma mccoy but they lost enough inside. Bring you a french tv. Calling last night's clincher. From milwaukee virtuoso performance by jaanus including this emphatic. Dunk in the fourth. Quarter jimmy the greek fool to ninety four on susan grey blue isla. They call him. Greek freak in english like. Why wouldn't you use the french term for freak. Maybe because it's considered like a almost like a proper name sort of a nickname but specific to who the heck knows ninety four eighty eight. That was about six minutes to go on their way to a one zero five ninety eight game six victory capturing their first nba title in fifty years and jaanus of course fittingly finished with fifty the list. Cbs sports network. Just showed bob on the bottom. Yeah that is classic russo. Old time basketball as not five. Eight cheese acolyte. Bob pen in the fifty eight. Nba finals sig- loose. That would be one. I'd have to look points after listening. Oh they actually moved Brewers royals up by about four hours at the locals. Could watch last night christian. Yelich there courtside and you had an estimated sixty five thousand people outside packed shoulder to shoulder and on the big screens. Quite seen fifty. Fourteen boards five blocks for jaanus the unquestioned mvp and the culmination of an eight year journey since the bucks with the fifteenth overall pick back in two thousand thirteen and eighteen year. Old kid from green between seeks. These shared with these right here. These managed as being. We've come a long way. Had the larry o'brien trophy and the bill russell. Mvp trophy book ending him at the day. If i never had the chance to them this stable ever again. I'm finally i'm finally but like i hope this can keep everybody that underworld hope and to believe dreams on the other side son's head coach monty williams overcome by emotion during his post game press. Now you've been through your first finals. Can you process what you've learned from it or is that gonna take a while. I think it's gonna take me a minute you know. Don't take it for granted. Oh wow he went. Emotional did wasn't expecting that chernoff jumped in there on the call. That's what he's doing is he's holding a parabolic mike for espn the role into his face. Turn it around. Mark no got executive personal and i was just trying to help them out. Wanted to do something. I wanted to stay in the business way. Game a pack a facing. Let's play gio. does it. If jerry you close your eyes. I don't think you could tell the difference home. I might not be able to tell the difference because you're clicking the button and he's right. I can't tell but it's pretty close. Yeah all class from williams though. He did cut his pressure short because he just couldn't get the words out but he did make a trip over to the box locker room as i wiped tears away from laughing as They were celebrating their champions and A pretty experience graduating you're better coach. Medicine job maybe happens in the. Tv's only pick it up but that was kind of different time now. Cameras picked up everything by the way devon booker eight of twenty two for seven from three in this game was seventeen of nineteen from the free. Throw line obviously atypical for both players and that was pretty much difference all right here. We go john sterling's call of the estevan out homer in the eight last night per your request. Swung air goes to write. It is high then as far as god as a Al dros one in the right field seats and the yankees. Now take a six three lead. They've hit four home runs tonight again. Just disappear good nice. Call just disappointing as very unfair. By the way. I know you har- you said that last hour. I think this is what your fans one. Oh for sure people were asking me. Won't guy tweeted me right away. Can't wait to see what john's call was early. Here estevan al. Dukes would be awesome. That would be a great call would make much sense but we don our station. It's true cross promotion conversation with john. When i was doing my podcast. I did a whole hour with one of those allies. Our podcast with john sterling. Did you. But i remember the podcasts. I didn't know you had john sterling for an hour and then what happened. And how did that end talking about his hawks career back then we dug deep jerry. He came in. Wow was that the same day. He was a guest with us when the guy from the Insurance commercials was here probably or was it when he was doing one of those fill in hosting shifts so a lot of questions so donate every detail about that day. Creates mayhem of my content. Any makes the dean's list while he's awkward john. I'm awkward so you could imagine how now just two of us sitting in a studio on imagine all right next ended up beating the phillies six to four Each of those four homers the solo variety. She had floreal gardner sanchez. And stanton all went deep greg allen sparking the offense again he scored the first two. Ron's he's on base three times a stolen base. An actual triple in yankee stadium. Three one route to right field and that ball is going to be off the right field wall straightened out. He's go to third. The throw from harbor is not in. That is a triple greg. Allen this team then susan said it's we're not used to seeing people who can run and he didn't even get hurt no he didn't have anything that is happy to be here is allen just trying to make it count to win games. I think wants to nine. That's what our guys are trying to do. Right now You know in a variety of ways allen with meredith on yes chad green striking out a guy with the basis loaded in the seven zach. Britton the one four three double play out of the eighth and our aldus chapin worked around andrew mccutchen homer struck out three in the ninth. Pick up his first. save in a month. Aaron boone even used as nicknames for opposing players time to fall behind three and oda harper. And then just make some really good pitches against them was huge. Cutch put a good swing on them. Three run lead there. You tip your cap a little bit now. In fairness he did play for the yanks in twenty reflate thirty game. Now you know. Can we come on. Koch got sees guy game awhile but anyway boone's club goes for the two games sweep tonight. Their fourth straight win. No starting pitchers officially announce for team just yet we've got pre game coverage on the fan six twenty five roberts stock and stephen negoti servant homers at great american ballpark. Just as you'd imagine and now keno lines one. The left centerfield back goes. That's outta here. Back to back pitches bado and aquino go back to back. Sixto aquino one. Cincinnati gary cohen. Send why negotia gives those up in the third stock lot a homer on his second pitch of the game and then injured his hamstring running the first base and the top of the second couldn't continue. Mets felt the reds four. To three dave joust postgame asked about stocks injury. You know this is my first time handling these situations. We don't know how serious and i definitely don't know how serious i'm my wife's nurse. She's got a medical. she's got a medical background. My medical background is i stay away from doctors on track has excel and this guy. Oh yeah he's got a lot of energy and personality. I have you guys watched him do the post-game zooms i've footage. He looks like happy. Tom coughlin. I remember when call tv. That big like irritate your rain from time to time. Yeah i said once a year once a year right but it was memorable when it happened because it was rare and he's got some of the same mannerisms so i think tom i watch these houses. Happy tom call all the time kaufman they met scrubber game today high was looking for marcus stroman at twelve. Thirty five first pitch. I believe guess. Correct done now. All right thank you ceelo. We appreciate it's boomer juicy. The us women's national team they lost. I haven't heard that killed orders for match winless or winning streak snapped unbeaten streak in by sweden sweden. All right the morning show with boomer. Esiason and greg boomerang. Go i'm wearing wfan. Team store shirt As well here. This is a shirt. I forgot i had. Yeah and then. I saw it this morning. I said maybe. I'll wear this thing and i did. And oh by the way look. Our in studio guest is waiting in the control. I in studio guest post pandemic will start of gifts. Get outta here like gifts. Wow the he knows us too. Well this man and you'll find out exactly who it is coming up in a couple of minutes. I ready real story. Fakes are real story. Fake story and good all right so this is both involving. A new york. Met players are okay. First story robert stock. The man who started last night bob stock in his spare time and in the off season is the guitar player for a jimi hendrix. Cover band He looks like he could. That's the way we hold on. Oh i gotta give you the other story. You tell me which ones real which i got the first one. The second story is tomas. Neto got a tattoo of his dog on his leg by keith hernandez so ridiculous. That's clearly the one you're right. I know i'm right actually just thought about ten minutes sir. I was going to bring it up to you. When chris was doing the update mets. But we didn't have time so it's funny that you saw that and i'm like keith hernandez come on can't be clearly say tattoo. Artist named keith hernandez. Yeah what's funny about if you read the story. So he gets his beautiful picture tattoo of the dog on his leg and the last lines like and for his daughter. He put her letter e behind his ear. But this giant picture of a dog that good for him. Good for you. That's another where you t shirts coming to at the team store soon and good for you. Yes i do like that. That's a good one. But that is funny but see. I can see robert stock being a cover band guitars. That's the best i could do. I thought that was pretty good. I was going to go true story on that one too. Yeah so he hit up artist. Keith hernandez tomas neo did from bang bang tattoo right in the city to get this little yorkie or whatever so it said. He sat for four hours. When you got your viking tattoo. How long did that take you remember. I don't i wanna say was probably around the same time. Maybe three hour or something like that. Because i i find that interesting. I've never gotten a tattoo but alleys got one. Our makeup girl has one on her foot which had a hurt because aware it is and she goes no took five minutes like five minutes or more involved than others right. 'cause i guess. The art is more in detail oriented. Like i got the full viking logo on the arm and you fill it in with the purple and the yellow and the white and everything which is faded hours. Just how much i cost. One hundred bucks. Lean years old man. I don't remember as twenty one years ago. Unthinking probably two hundred dollars something like that. Okay maybe more two fifty. I was thinking about maybe another tattoo with the girls sites. Exactly what i thought you were. Maybe it i told genus. Like maybe i'll do bring his face and she goes now. That's like a creepy memorial thing. When you put somebody's face on you know a lot of people that have done that though. The newest ace of somebody who's still alive and well the kids. Yeah also the very popular one of the handprint footprint okay. I could see that. That's pretty popular like you get genus footprint. Right on my phone might be appropriate whenever she's gonna kick your face. You're going to meet. yeah. I don't know if i want to do that though the more tattoos. Because it's just something you do when you're bored. I think the mullet for me was like i'm bored you to do something. That's my own. see now he. You have a theory on tuesday. That i don't think fits him but he only has one to. My theory is on people that have a lot of tattoos. Is that there. I can't wait to hear this because our new director is covered in tattoos. Thus might careful philadelphia today to worry about. He's listening ear detect so a one off type of tattoo. you think. Yeah but i think people that are covered in tattoos. And i think there's a reason why he's trying. I'm trying. i think there was some sort of trauma. Okay because there's a reason why strippers porn stars. Athletes that come from not great backgrounds all are covered in tattoos. Oh strippers porn. Stars and program directors like punk rockers. Didn't come from the easiest life. Yeah yeah yeah so. I don't know what that is on the why someone hasn't studied that yet. I have not a scientist i. We can't do that well. You remember how. I described spike that. He looked like yay recovering drug addict. Who is now a bike. Messenger in california so i kinda had the same type of thought process like because you're whatever was going on in your life that was traumatic nalic. The tattoo is that they had is your vice away but certainly better than drugs or alcohol or anything else you could get into its right. That's people get a rehab. They start smoking. Cigarettes getting tattoos. It's what they do. But i know a couple of people that like spike doesn't seem like i don't know enough about him yet but he didn't seem like a guy went to his dad's howard eskin for christ sakes you know. It's like the very successful radio. Career seem to come from a good situation and all the people have a lot of tattoos that are not trauma spikes now texting. That's awesome what do you think he said els fired. It's not else fired. It take on tape right. The vicky agrees with your district. He agrees he does agree. Alison wrong is what he said interesting. Yeah so does that mean that. He had some sort of trauma. We're gonna have to find out. Should i ask him. What was your childhood trauma that made you get all these tattoos. Is that appropriate question for us. Probably no no. I go for it go crush you. Yes you volt. Anti establishment this hierarchy. This radio station must crumble enough. We finally toppled journal the new against us. Finally all right the morning show with boomer esiason in gregg giannotti boomer and geo.

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Episode 73: Cinderella Man

Jeather's Random Stuff

50:16 min | 1 year ago

Episode 73: Cinderella Man

"Suppress record the said. Yeah I knew nothing something. No you know you can take so. Hey welcome everyone. I'm Jacoby and I've had read together. We Make A. You're listening to those random stuff here. We'll welcome to the Saint Patrick's Day Week. I hope everybody had a freaking awesome St Patrick's Day. You drank a ton in your house because no one can go out. Because of the corona virus. That's pretty much worldwide because listeners do do we have. I don't know where the hell you're other APP. But Hey enjoy your saint patty say inside your house and drink a ton of Y if you're in Ireland and you can't go to a bar. I'm super super. Sorry God that's the worst. If you're an Ireland you can't know. Holy Shit says the world's coming to an end they have to celebrate. Saint Patrick I know so welcome. We have a special guest today. Special I call him a hometown celebrity. He's a hometown celebrity. He starred in the play at Eastern high school not the first one. But the most recent one Cinderella and we have pictures. We can post on our facebook page. I remember center never remember that. Megan Megan can you write that down? Please okay so this is Mario say. Hi Maree Allie. He's having me course. So Mario's a good friend of Megan are tech assistant. Who is taking notes right? Megan before we go on. I just got this notification corona virus now in all fifty states et death. As that's death toll passes one hundred. Okay all right. Thank you for that nothing else. That's great that okay. Thank yous and to that. Let's drink some wine cheers. Hold on oversaw for cheers in some wine on this corona virus. Eve here we did start off with one from now. He want to say the name of it because I call it and it's not correct. It's I don't remember what it is. I'M GONNA call to catch you winery that I don't remember so we can say Kathy. That's why it from them really nice. It was a rescue one that Danica the humane society and the Richland area which is fantastic. And now we're on a it looks like it's the milt carrying Passion Merlo in kissing. Anybody didn't know all the tasting rooms are shut down in Washington Stage Roger. So it is it is. We can't go wine tasty delicious Osa wine tasting at my house for just GonNa wind his heather's conscious so much. Why thirty two cases of wine at my House. Thirty two times twelve. That's what I got in my house. There's been waiting for the apocalypse I've been building for about a year now waiting for this. I I don't have water or food or toilet paper but fuck I got. I got in trouble paper. I don't understand what all the toilet so researched this mario for like a half a day. Because I'm old understand how I need on the Internet. So typically a long time some toilet papers mainly manufactured in China for free that would be able to get. It is why people think we're not gonNA get the toilet paper. That's why when they went to the store. I mean my mom. We couldn't find any rice. No extra and those Asian country exactly like really when you think okay. I'm going to get quarantined in my house for two weeks. Oh my gosh. What do I need thinking? Toilet paper toilet paper. I would think maybe I don't know food wine. I mean communist city and people are so worried there. People don't like no. No what do you think about it because it's just there. Yeah yeah toilets right by shower so get up and do the luge thing and I just like so surprised by how many people are dislike. Never wash their hands before now because I know on the counter in this one before now though you always Washer. Ann's like after use the bathroom and stuff. I'm looking on social media and there's like everyone's just like Oh my God seeing this song when you wash your hands. I'm like you learn that in kindergarten out. You don't need to wash your hands like a human. I work in dental clinic and I remember last week all week. We had call same. So what are you guys doing about the carnivores like we deal with bloodborne pathogen pathogens? Sorry drinking yeah and Every day the virus is really not our big concern right now we still worry about AIDS. Hepatitis B. Bill. Whatever actually doing our norm right now. We already have to clean like hell anyway. You do you like wash hands like fifty times a day already so we take some major precautions like we just send dental assistants home for no reason. Okay just you know what we're not. GonNa go into that right now. I'm GonNa just drink another big line. Heather had a bad day. And that's all we're going to say about that we're GONNA move on all right all right. We do that okay. Let's Patty Shit. Well first we have to do the same from last week and we do need the interview. Mario about his play. Yes we do okay. So are other is inference. So agenda Resum is something that heather and I say to each other that maybe other people might not understand. I do not usually and it's fucking hilarious okay. So the other isn't from last week that we told people was he had his fingers in her whole. I love that one. Oh I did. Do you remember why you said that? Yes I do. We were so as not near as racist or racy as everyone's thinking so we were actually watching cooking Seattle. Yeah the Lodge Cause. We love the cooking channel. Does I think it was driving? Diners dives. Yes. It was guy was at a restaurant and this lady had this thing that does she used to make meatballs. It was making me balls. You see my memory here with automatic fucking awesome drunk of that. Yeah that was amazing so anyway she had this thing. That had this big huge imagine a cookie sheet times three sheets metal huge metal thing with a bunch of little holes in it and he literally had all his fingers all these holes. 'cause she would take it and just push it down on the meat the meat balls. It would make like fifty meatballs at a time. So but he picked it up and he says Bingo and then when he did that I looked at Kobe's like look. He has all his fingers in holes and so I wrote that down. She thought it was hilarious. Didn't even sound like what we were talking about. So that became engender ISM. That's it yes so that was that what nobody got it. Nobody calls on for that one. Yeah nobody's getting you always you guys have to do this shit so we can give you a reward and everybody's stressed about current or virus and shit but but our podcast is more important so seriously come on now get another chance. Here we go. Here's is excellent okay. This is our icebreaker question of the week. All right I I know my answer to this question asker veils. Oh this is just because they won. If you had to choose one food to eat for the rest of your life what would what would it be already know mine? One food. Kobe tell them I'm peanut butter. Yep Pasta Pasta Pasta Megan. What's yours you guys go into the MIC? There baby top Roman Kobe. What would you be Tacos? Yeah it'd be tacos a Taco Tuesday usually Tuesday fight brainless. I bring dinner. And it is Saint Patrick's CEOS should have been like corned beef hash or something but sorry it's tacos greening him because you know which is when everyone elementary school did that the neck you so adorable but it did not look half as good as it did in the book so it was really under. It actually doesn't even taste as good books. The coloring does something to Ohio and my family when I was growing up on Saint Patrick's Day. We're not Irish but We would have Saint Patrick's Day dinner. All of the food had to be green either naturally or naturally say there's not a whole lot of great green food so we can have like green beans right Green Jello. My mom made like Green Pasta. We'd have lasagna where the nails go green if you blade at times. If if we're going to have like a meatloaf she would shape it into like a shamrock and put like green chilies on top of it. Green Milk Green seven out green pie green mashed potatoes Green gravy. Everything was green full course meal. Yeah it was green rolls. Everything was green. That's your mom though. We take all of the cats that had any any white on them and color them green. That's animal cruelty. Zero tolerance totally edible. We Damn cat down the do it. Not really we put it on a paper towel and just wipe them like petty now and get them all green and then the beauty of that is in like three or four weeks. It's Easter and then we just add some like pink and yellow God those Easter eggs. We're not totally food. Coloring your cats. I don't have any food color. Oh yes you deal. Just Bella teeny dope or COSMO. Yes you're yeah. Good luck getting COSMO. I totally well. I'm totally doing it. Have you ever been touched? Cosmo yes I've touched all your cats. Even Miller true glue. They love me they love me even Qaluwa. Yes I've touched Qaluwa. Okay treacherously. And they've tested them all touched them all right. All right Okay that's pretty impressive to be able to touch everyone on my cats because there are like sixteen of them. Yeah not thousand. Imagine Mario that was the best reaction I heard my fucking life. I can't even care about the sixteen. It was sixteen thousand. That would have been bad but made me feel so much better right. You make me feel so much better than us so I don't know if all of you know if you live in Washington state you do. Schools canceled out for like six weeks. Restaurants are closed. Budget those hair salons or close. Oh nail salons to nail salon. You can't get your coach wet wax right now. It's not gonNA be ugly ass women coming up here in the next few imagine. How fucking ugly. All of us are going to be in the summer get cares. We can't get our hair. Hey it's GonNa be a whole bunch of ugly. I do all that Shit Myself. So it doesn't even matter what I do most of it myself. We'll still be beautiful. We'll beautiful beautiful. Or what do we call ourselves? Average average to attitude. You guys are beautiful. Oh hoping she's sweet sign language. I'm pretty sure I am pretty. I tell you so right before. They cancelled school. Yes Heather and I went to see a production of Cinderella. Were so excited at the High School Day so my husband can go and then we changed at the Thursday which fucking thank God because Thursday ended up being dean last show because they cancelled school and everything so excited to go and so we went megan and all of her friends like Mario are in the play. She has many friends in the play. Which is why we asked Mario to come. Today is mainly visit with 'em no we keener bit at the Leave and we didn't after the show. I will tell you besides family you you guys are the only ones. I like hugged. You have no idea how special it made us at the very end there before we did the hug thing that you actually found us in the audience and I felt so special so I know you were the main one. We were coming to see me. Sydney I love you but we love you. We Love you swayed love Sydney but I literally was there for Mario. Sydney played my mother. She lived Queen. Constantina strange Cinderella's mom in the beginning she was she double team this incident parental person hysterical. To just because Sydney is White Owen who played king. Maximilian is white. And I am as Latino as show. How long we come though. Yeah wonderful but like it makes no sense high would come out of her vagina so borrow does make sense. There's a Milkman. Volt so there you go. Yes the mill case. You didn't pick that up. Mari was the prince in Cinderella and so he was The love interest for Cinderella's yes and she did such a good job and it was a musical to see and there was lots of dancing and it was a great great show and it was hilarious to the. Yes it was. They were so many funding especially the stepsisters. They were so good so good. I've ever seen I don't WanNA learn snort like that girl 'cause I don't WanNa dance like a swan likes you three times at night when I got home. I'm not joking name Swan dancing and my. Yeah my master bathroom with with the big mirror so I could see how great I looked this walk. Yeah there was one point and the show where people could go on stage to get a crown from Mario. I was so mad. We didn't go. We didn't go even though we did drink. Tequila before we went to the show but it wasn't enough it was tailored for little girl was but Larry came up like that was a little girl and I was told I wanNA crown to. That's the only problem is I would ask if my mommy can have a crown never to be a princess folks. That's frying. Be fucking princess. Heather you will be. You will be a dream. Is Wish Your heartaches? Oh Oh oh see the next time. I go to Disneyland after the current viruses over and they opened Disneyland again with Princess Heather. Yeah I should be because I've always been the evil ones you have been. Did you know you can't if you're over a certain age you can't dress up to twelve? Yeah so we're all on the dress up but I can put a really pretty princess top on yet you can. Also it's called Disney bounding where adults are like young adults Go to the parks and they dress up as Disney characters but like in modernized. Okay so that allowed. Yeah that's okay because they don't want the kids mistaking that dressed up. Yeah it's all I write as an actual character like a casket representing. Yeah because imagine what would happen if I was trying to represent that shit after drake fucking two bottles of wine and went in there yes take fucking talking Cinderella? That's why they deny that shit because people like us. That's so we. We actually had planned to go. Dizzy has a bunch of marathons that they do five ks ten ks mayor half marathon so we were gonna go to one yes because they have characters the the five cases where like we could do a five k. that's not that far not really though We could do it. We could do it. We do. We've done it before so with wine in our hands. We are tall and we have long legs so we can walk as fast as other people run. It's true we've proved this. We've proved shirts that said if found on ground pleased drag across the finish line. We're going to be on the ground. And they were going to have mickey mouse dragging. Mickey Not Mickey for me. Okay fine goofy view that works good. Sorry that's what y'all have a personal vendetta. I do I really do. I have a closet fetish with goofy that most people don't know about everybody knows now. The whole world knows twelve listeners. Know I'll there's more than twelve listeners. You stop that yes. Goofy is amazing and Mickey Cisco's thunder all the time and it's just stupid okay. Are you guys ready for some saint? Patrick wait wait on you. Yes laid on me baby. Hey Patrick's Day is associated with wearing green and parades when they're not cancelled because of the krona virus and beer add beer and what corn corn beef corned beef and cabbage baby also cut us not wearing any green headbands. Your I know you read on your shirt. Oh Heather has green sock green beer socks on so she winds. I actually had green scrubs this morning. Now you'd have to pinch you. I hate it when Buchan people pinched word this part hinch behind the arm. It hurts so bad. Don't pitch fat. I wasn't going to actually do it because I wasn't gonNA actually. I hate it. Look how much this hurt your arm out. Its kind of like when I teach people what a monkey is all right. Does anybody know what that is? I'll show you that. No no you have to park here. You hit the bone and literally will bump that thing up Harry. Oh Oh it's fantastic. Heather's like Hey. Do you know how to break? Somebody's nose let me show you talking about breaking the junior high breaks. Oh Yeah I have Yeah there's a wrestling thing for me. It was more of a book. She used to play basketball. And Yeah yes so I've broken. Thirteen is in my lifetime. Heather's my bitch. The bitch earliest known celebration for Saint Patrick's Day march seventeenth in sixteen. Thirty one. Yes the anniversary of the death of Saint Patrick which he is from Britain. Yes yes that's right. I point on here are you. Did you read today though? I did have to stay home from work. Kate. We're a little. We're not going to go into go into that but I'm saying I've read today but if anyone's listening I read I won't say it don't say it because you're GonNa pump make me go into it more. I read stuff myself trouble. He's from Britain. He Britain he actually came to Ireland. At first when he was sixteen as a lay patron saint Maryland escaped and then came back and then he brought Christianity to their churches schools and monasteries. Do you love all the stuff I'm saying you said my whole number one. I guess what the paper in front of Heather. Nauert you know why he was famous in Ireland for all the what did he do know? What did he do? What did they say he did? They said all the stuff I just thought it was pretty good. They said that he stood atop an Irish hillside and banished all the snakes from Ireland. I hope they'll sides snakes. They're actually no snakes in that. That's what I would say that I was like that's a myth because there were stakes. Read that that people have told him told the. Yeah the credit for gigs snakes. Never actually buying them so. I got all the poisonous snakes from western Washington. How because there isn't any there all they have is Gartner snakes and western Washington. I know what oh I still have. The socks on. Everything is fine. Damn we know what we're going to have them take our picture with the daily bobbers because I do too many head. Yeah you do palm down. Her head is whipping around like crazy. Calm down okay. Put those on our area so that people have green on the next one the next one I have about black Leprechaun's all right because they're Irish right pot of gold and all that shit gold. What Gold Leprechaun mean gold political that the end of Rainbow Leprechaun never find end? That's right tricky little bastards. All right leprechauns are basically based on Celtic or Celtic. I don't know how People WanNa say it fairies. Okay and they're very mischievous yes. They're like over here taking selfies. I'd crashed less Selfie Kobe. I want you to think I wasn't listening to try to listen really hard all right so leprechaun teenagers. Here I got all right. Leprechaun's they wear green and they have red hair. There's Societas with Saint Patrick's Day so far I'm matching all so leprechaun means small bodied fellow away. That's not me yes. No they're tiny little men and women. There's all the women Kerry who had his powers. Oh best description I've ever heard. In my God. That Warrior Goddess Warrior. Guys here village goddess. Where you're getting that share says or something can almost actual no. Hey you guys if guys. I'm going to go outside now here. Accessible hot men out there finish your profile. We'll let Mario look at them and then if you win the date he'll he'll he will decide if you're good enough for area we'll let him pick from the people we think is good enough Excited excited it's like the bachelor. Oh my God that's right. I'm sorry you did not get the rose my your by by Felicia. Okay so leprechauns or supposed to be very cranky And they mend shoes other ferries. I've heard like why. Why do the fucking fairies shoes they fly they fixed? I don't know everybody needs shoes. Heather why everybody needs. I would just wear socks if I could fly everywhere. Well maybe their feet are cold and they don't like wearing socks maybe they don't like socks. Maybe they want fancy little leather shoes. Whatever personal vendetta against fair what are you GonNa get various other because numb never timbre visiting stuff? Why do you hate? Leprechaun varies never came not very often. Oh she she forgot a lot. Yeah Yeah my my dad was somehow chase her down the driveway supposedly doing and then all of a sudden she come back and he just hand me a five hours wallet. Oh I'm like okay. Tooth Fairy told me gives same dad. No it's not it's supposed to be magical when you wake up and there's a money under you're not you're too now. You're grew up grubby old tooth. Still be there there. Hey when I was a kid. My mom made this special pillow. That was like the tooth fairy pill had a heart shape handle pocket. We should shut up but in the morning. What did we get a quarter a quarter? Do you know what I probably would only got a quarter to but the fucking for God so I got a five and I was excited about a quarter by a Candy Bar. Candy Bar for a quarter back in her days right. Yeah you could buy candy bar days. It was a little bit for the twenty-five yeah so my parents used to go bowling on Sunday nights and we would me and my friend Lori would have to hang on the Bowling Alley. Our parents bullying they give us each dollar for dollar. You could either by four candy bars why or you play four video games or a. Mg So our brothers would go play for video games each with each by four candy bars and go hide in the women's bathroom and play deriving fighting in the women's bathroom drinking shots or else dance recital at the high school. I was GonNa say where it was. We're not at the high school high school in the bath. We weren't drunk at the highschool bathroom high school in the South Wing. No Cameras No. We didn't take a picture of taking shots. Twenty billion pictures of at the. He's never did that. Okay Three or four leaf clover shamrocks. There are such four like clover. They are considered a sacred plant K. Should everywhere why I know. It's a sacred printing at that symbolizes the arrival of spring. Well it's it's a national plant of Ireland to yes as a sham. So according to legend Saint Patrick used the plant as a visual guide when explaining the Holy Trinity the three leaf clover and so by the Seventeenth Century. The shamrock was a symbol of emerging Irish nationalism. It just like exploded so everybody sees the shamrock. You think of Ireland right okay. I get that it's still a little lame. It's you know as a different plant. That's exactly it seems like a weed. I mean literally. I have so many camera year. This can you back the truck up a second was did you say it seems like a weed or it seems like we'd no. I'll try to smoke hookah for sure when I heard you say back it up for a second. I really wasn't wanting to smoke it. 'cause I'm pretty sure I'll get nothing out of that. I'm pretty sure yet you choke on it. I wouldn't choke very found in my smoking. That's okay too now. It's legal in the United States. So kiss us. We're live so yeah. And all the weeds stores are probably go like selling out of everything right now because of the current virus. We don't tell me that you get stuck up now people telling you right now stock up next heat we well all right just but it might be gone. I'm saying Kobe. People are your doubt they smoke weed. Do you realize how bitchy I'm going to be gone next? I will call calm you down if I give you enough wine. You'll calm down. It's it's true is true. Is it true that you start liking wine when you're older? Yes the test it. When you're younger. It took us a very long time right. We started to hall. Yeah we drink card. I I drink Tequila. Drink year And we would try wine and we didn't really like it very much. We drink the really sweet wines that were more like I call op sweet sweet wines. The gateway wine. Yeah a gateway drug so you just drink it drink. It wasn't until we went to stem milt and they served us because all the red wines we tried. We didn't like at all bitter taste. Good we went to silt. They gave us some really nice like expensive like they went to the most expensive ones that usually don't and she was like Karen. It was Karen. She was like try this. And we're like oh. I kind of really liked that. And so after a while took us a couple of years actually before we'd like to the red wine but now we prefer it over the white sweet stuff. I can't even really do like. Yeah the only wine that I've ever had like has been at church like church and like that Shit's disgusting. Who knows what survey and drink the blood of Christ ever again. Because I was like no no socks. Toby your wine tasting or I. This is my Love Merlot. Which is a is a good read to start with. If you don't like read what do you think of that? Be Honest okay. We hated read at the beginning. Oh making a phase. These we started out of Riesling. He would have been fine or or an ice ice wine with late harvest. Now Mario macy's around thirty. You'RE GONNA fucking love this shit. Yeah I I'm assuming so because right now I'm like you know the same way. I hate make many friends like who are older and la obsessed with wine. And I'm like how do you drink that shit? I can't get into beer. I still can't my husband loves it? And he says the same thing you had to get an acquired taste for even for beer. I've had it before too and it's like it's like fine but it's like ooh. I don't like the gross and I still piss wine. I just love it well. Megan Megan likes late harvest right the 2016 privacy. It has to be that year okay. So so like a late harvest more sweet. You know Like your drinking grape juice grape juice. I also don't have a sweet tooth. Which is okay. Yeah Yeah I don't have a sweet tooth so like I think you'd like red then. I don't know you should start. I wouldn't start them with a late harvest for you if you don't like sweet like I just don't have a sweet tooth like it's not like you're right every once in a while you find a sweet red which is really good. Usually I have one in the fridge. Maybe he'd try it. We might need to try that. Yeah it's a sweet right now one of these days. We should just have Megan Mario. Up to my house. Where all the Weiner's I actually have A. I don't like to Brag about that because I don't want people wanting to come there all the time because I'm very unsocial. What most people? Because I don't like people that's the problem is I don't like most people but I have like the biggest party house in the world. Oh wow like. We don't have kids. We just know that goes. Just revenge renovated the whole totally and they have like a pool table awesome like electronic pinball machine and it has three thousand one hundred. Arcade Games on Far Anna. Air hawked hockey table and else do we have in their seventy five inch. Tv Are you. Are you loaded? No but I think we're having Megan's birthday party. I think they do that. I'm going please go perfect to get like a party bus or a. Limo. That's going to be the best that can take care is out there. I'm Anne at Oh right. It's not everyone thinks. Oh that's so far away. It's only twenty minutes from this house literally right here literally. I've timed it but because of that we're thinking we're going to try to get some tarrant transportation going so that way people aren't like oh it's in any. I'm not coming. Yeah because we want her to have the party house for par and we're going to have like we're like every foods we're gonNA have subway sandwiches. We're GONNA Pizza. We're going to have. What else are we going to get? Probably not alkyl chicken. Let me do that. They're underage. Heather I know means we. Can't you know we'd have to? I would have to get permission from their parents. If after your parents I would do it but I like Giovani's parents would. Oh Fuck. I sure they just give that furniture. Right Yeah my mother Abner Holy Shit Latina Catholic. My parents permission. They're gonNA tell you now to a party and I was like babysitting my friends while they were getting drunk off their ass. And I've done I. I had to stay over because I was driving home so you. I'm terrified of that. Yeah I drove home and it was one of the morning and I usually don't go home that late and my mom was like why Riyadh solely I was like. I'm sorry. I was watching my friends. Who WERE GETTING DRUNK? Yeah she lost. It lost it and I was like she while you were drinking responsible driving and she was. Yeah but then save lives that night. Bright you did you did. Shamrocks looks cuter on the basic sales ticket of self Lee of every term. We won't be pressing social dissing. We won't be sharing our glasses anyways. It's fine I'm trying to I Saint Patrick's Day parade was held in America truckers. America always celebrate we. Do we have to have something right? Don't have holidays really. It was march seventeen. Sixteen o one in what is now known as Saint Augustine Florida new wife Florida. Why L. White Not Florida? I mean those Floridians out there is like you say it it is we're awash. That's correct Floridians. The Floridians out there. But why wow? I'm just like why Florida I don't even know like okay. Okay where's the more I R- state you guys all right. So the more than more than a century later was so state state is Irish. No not there. That's the country honey in the United States. What other States Irish State Not Florida? We don't wait way. I make my mother Stanley history. Great Megan Megan Megan all right so more like New York and Boston. It's GonNa be like Boston. Sounds very good. Yeah I don't know what's going on now. We have. This even says like New York and Boston have like Saint Patrick's Day parades every year. He'd and this is the first year that they've been canceled due to the Kovic nineteen virus. I'm so upset because promise canceled. I know was so sad about. Can't we just do our own well? The band the band. What have we only have ten people in the area and then we do ten people in this other room and then we'll apps chaperones make sure only ten in each area like areas so we can have like forty people. Just just your favorite people. Your friend can't guys Dr Phil or not Your House. We might just do it somewhere else like wear. I don't know Koby. We'll figure it out the yard fine. I'll dress up in their dresses. We'll make a nice dinner for them will set up some pictures. We'll take their pippen. They need to how I will take this Shit Pictures. Shit out of the picture. I can't so it doesn't have to be for hundreds of kids. Why can't we do for kids? We actually like see. I think. That's what's GonNa that's what I will do. I will personally invite all the people we like. And we'll do APLOMB. I think that's what's going to happen. I think people are just going to have their own problems at their own social circle. Yes yeah it's just gonNA happen because there's no other way now. If you guys need someone to throw your social circle you let Kobe and I know okay. We'll show you just tell us what you want. We'll we'll make it out in any out of the Party House. We can do it. We told her that huge areas for dancing. We can be out. We've been port or on the deck on the back. We could be in the front twinkly lights out by the shit tunnel fairy lights. Yeah and we'll do decorations. Yes we will all make awesome. We'll make you guys. Do Awkward Proposes. See well I'm up. We'll have weird foods. He I see weird food and and I probably won't SPIKE THE PUNCH SH. That's not any fun okay. Anything see my face when I did that. Kobe it's I know you're lying corned beef and cabbage who here has had corned beef at cabbage. I thought I don't eat red meat. Beef and cabbage corned beef and cabbage. Is this like Fox founded meal? That's the thing like literally if you went to save right now. They have tons of cord beef everywhere and always restaurants today saying. Don't worry guys we got your corned beef and cabbage ready for takeout. Every was going to get their corby from cabbage commodity or Irish so coordinated cabbage was actually an American dish. Even Ireland no no. It's American America. I mean America's still should from everybody because we don't have our own shit show well ham and cabbage is what's eating an Ireland. A corn beef was cheaper for people with the immigrants who were really really poor. That make sense. Then they couldn't cap ham so they have corned. Beef beef is more expensive or less expensive than pig in pork. Chop is way less expensive than I used to be heather. Oh this is the Salam's Laura Manhattan in the late nineteenth century so they didn't have a lot of these so they would actually purchase a leftover corned beef from ships that were coming back from China. Oh no corona virus weight and swine flu so then the Irish would take the beef. They would boil it three times the last time the third time with the cabbage to get some of the Brian off dinner at the brain is I was gonNA say. I don't WanNa know what that is. Yeah the juice. Salty juice Oh and Hinton corned beef and cabbage was born and people eat it on purpose. Now I mean sure if I were to have it in like love CT will be like regretting my state so i. It's just nasty. What does it look nasty? I watched so. I love to watch Tasty videos tastes and love tasting. I watch all time that a corn beef and cabbage today and I watched it and I'm like I still wouldn't eat that yummy faces Though I've been no no because it probably wasn't they showed you how to make corned beef and cabbage. You wait. Did they really. Oh that's so pink. You Lake literally make at Bryan all these spices and you've soaked in the Brian for like four days before you cook it and it still didn't look good to me. All these restaurants today were pushing their corned beef and cabbage because they had al soaking for four days. They gotta get rid of that Shit. Because the morrow tomorrow there's going to be corned beef on half price clearance sale though. Yeah Way I'm not gonNA be buying that. He's I don't even just just those pictures and wasn't appetizing. No no the thing is it's so pink and I'm like one of those people like I know it's an unpopular opinion. But like I like my meat. Well done idea to do. I'm going to stay any PINKETT. Walking is literally told people at restaurants like when they say. How do you want your meat while like done? I'd say I want it. Well done and I don't care for it too burnt on the outside as long as it's cooked all the way through on the same my father the most stoic man on the planet Earth Daddy issues. No but whenever we go to restaurant and he'd get like a Carne Asada like Like he's always like no pink. No no pink and I was raised on that I had a beef pork of some kind. And there'd be pink and I'd like tasteful the mushy discovery is I'm so sorry if that's your go-to but I just can't you know who likes me. Wear right there Meghan right there. Well still like a little pink. She was like she used to be like when she was little and they'd order steak. I'd like hers needs to be well done. I WANNA completely cooked. And then later she was like Oh i WanNa medium well and now she's just like medium and it has all the juices and she likes soaks it up with the French fries and eats it and shit and I was like I can't even I can't even Megan's true carnivore. She has she's a coroner for him such a kind of war too but I need that shook. It has to be cooked yeah. I don't think I'm GonNa kind of were really. You're not peanut butter voire. It's so ironic. Because I'm allergic to nuts. Are you really yeah? So it's just peanuts it's peanuts shuts. Yes Oh my God. I'm only allergic to walnuts. Yes yes okay Lynn. Joe's allergy is way worse than yours at fucking everything. Yeah not all gross sauce on us. Yes yes yes exactly Asian places yet you go there. I have to get like well also chicken and I also cannot eat. Msg At all so like if we go to Asian places he isn't that what that is explaining it. Msg It's an additive. They put into food to give it more flavor but a lot of Asian foods use MSG and everything like we went out to. I won't say the name of the restaurant but it was a Chinese restaurant in town and I'm like what do you have that doesn't have MSG and they're like nothing like water water. I'm like all right. I guess I'm having a glass is honor for love that but I can't NS G. Yeah yeah a lot of stuff. There was a time. Place foods usually by. Yeah but like. I've been going there since I was like ten years old so I get the same thing. Well I my at my title. It was really good and it's fine. Yeah type restaurant and Manati Yeah Restaurant. It's stupid it's called Dot Com. Okay well I have a CO worker. Who called it the shot? The it's your guys is Tara Tara. If you're listening out there are we argued for. I don't even know I WANNA say. It was months about the name of this place. I was like no. It's called not Thai restaurants. I know my restaurant because my friend and her husband own it. I know it's called a Tyke Castle Mike. It doesn't say yes. She gets us from Tara. Come on now Cara. Cara not the Thai Castle. Tara Castle Terry. Get Your Act together. Let's try a button here. Hold on Kissy Kiss. I know I don't know if that was warranted for this our Our little Box that does our special sound effects. Chinese made in China holds. Yeah there's a lot of Chinese stuff on here or a crow okay so that button says in that one and of course you pick the one on Chinese. It says embarrassed embarrassed. Barris for crow. Don't says I would hearing again. That's more of a cricket sound. Let's try another one. What this one. Yeah a Foley English. Oh yeah that's not. We're totally going to get copyrighted on that sheriff. It sounds like K problem for Kobe to that. It's a torque. Let's all work all right right. I'd say that I said you we. We do our journalism for next week. I'll fuck okay do I don't know because from my mouth so some of them. We don't remember why we set it. Well the one that with me. That was really drunk. I don't know and that's all I'm going to say about the can tell what it is but I don't know I'll tell you what this one is. But we don't remember what it is that we're not. GonNa do it this week But it was when we were in our hotel room and for some reason. I don't remember what you were doing. I don't know what it was doing either. No one never knows what I'm doing but you were talking to yourself. Yes is what I'm saying. I was drunk. You were drunk and you were talking to yourself and this is what you said you said quote Holy Shit Heather God fuck and I wrote it down. She did write it down because she wanted to know what now. I don't remember why I don't remember why you said that. Kobe was like day. Two of the lodge thanking Cleveland like literally wasted at that night. We is tech store at eight at my husband. Thuerer at eight o'clock eight seven were so drunk going to bed and he wrote back in o'clock yet. Yeah we saw and do you expect it any. Yes sorry really tasty for eight hours at like eight o'clock this morning. Goodness okay so I'm GonNa go with the one on the bottom. That was kind of a new one. Oh my God. Let's tell. Tell me what this is not yours out of your mouth. But it's hilarious buck and I gotta say it and we'll have to explain it fine. Those it she almost has corona virus. All those almost keyword she almost has grown a viral. Okay okay okay. How come I remember this coming my mouth? You don't remember to. You know what that's about? No Oh you don't you're going to have to. Oh my gosh I'm so ready it's like so we'll explain it next week. I'll tell you tomorrow after we were done recording almost house corona virus almost fires right so anyways. That's the conclusion of our podcast joining incoming. Everybody work welcome anytime. You want your welcome. So everybody has an awesome Saint Patrick's day and we hope you have an awesome weekend. Police say say. Wash Your fucking hand man twenty seconds. Yeah seeing the Song Sing. It can go Megan Virus. All right love everybody.

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AT$772 - Travel to Oahu, Hawaii

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

55:33 min | 2 weeks ago

AT$772 - Travel to Oahu, Hawaii

"The bags bags on the road and read. It's good passport. Our amateur traveler episode seven hundred. Seventy two today. The amateur traveler talks about beaches and surfing and extinct volcanoes polynesians employ and pearl harbor as we go to the islands woohoo in the hawaiian islands. Welcome to the amateur traveler. I'm your host chris christensen. Let's talk about wa. Who i'd like to welcome to the show nikki thornton and denny caldwell from danny and nikki dot com. Who have come to talk to us about the beautiful island of a wa who in hawaii denny and nikki. Welcome to the show happy via excellent. And what is your connection with oahu. We ended up moving to a lot. Who during the middle of the corner virus pandemic actually got a teaching job there so we were looking to make a move and this happened to come up and we'd actually never been to the islands. We didn't even know that there was multiple. Hawaiian islands ended up in word. Yes sometimes it can be quite impulsive like that but we made him to walk who and it was absolutely amazing year and we have seen so much and walkable always have special place in the heart. Excellent well and to put it on a map people every zoo. We're talking about the hawaiian islands plural a while who not the biggest of the islands but the most populated ninety percent of the population of hoy lives on awas. Who why should someone who all my gosh no well let me start by saying that. The beaches are incredible. We thought that we have seen pretty beaches. But not when you come to while that's you'll really see the crystal clear. Blue waters turquoise colored. The beaches are incredibly. The san is incredibly soft their palm trees and the most beautiful thing that we have seen an island is the beautiful mountain range that is sky high and you really get that jurassic park feeling excellent. And what kind of are we going to recommend people who are coming to who we would recommend that when you come to a war hussein waikiki. That's going to be the most hotels are and then we can stay there. We can explore the city of a wa who then we can work away around the island and then what are we going to do a while. We're in staying in waikiki. There are multiple beaches there to explore. Of course the amos waikiki. Beach but we actually like to other beaches. That are close to waikiki. Beach which is forced to rec-. And alamo wanna the are just as beautiful. The waters are incredibly blue. But there's just not so many people there so we think that those two beaches should definitely be checked out on your chip that who well before we do that he so we've mentioned that waikiki is a little more credit. It's also a very small beach by hawaiian standards. It's very this not a lot of real estate. They're not so we're the other beaches larger. Also where are they compared to waikiki. Support the rusi beaches. Actually part of. I think there's eight beaches that make up waikiki. So you have that prince oh beach. That isn't a central part in. That's where you take all the pictures right and where they do all the performances at but if you walk down the beach a bit you'll see a place with a huge park and that's sport dorsey beach. It's centrally located there in waikiki. And generally it is a little bit bigger. Not too much okay. It also offers an opportunity to sit on the park and that sometimes just as good as the sand. Especially if you don't wanna get dirty before you go out in waikiki. Ala moana is next to ford And alma one does have a larger white stretched fantastic. Okay and so i'm heading up towards pearl harbor up to the north west from main waikiki. Beach got it. Okay terrific where to next next. I think you're going to want to get something to eat. So you came to a who. You're gonna want to try out some different food. I think the great thing about hope. Why is it as a asian influence so when you come to waikiki. You can get japanese food. You can get korean food chinese food and it can be quite authentic so we always like to go to a restaurant called on and it's actually right on the beach in by kiki and they offer rahman like an offer those drinks on the beach and they have great service to now. I remember so this sounds like it's eight relatively inexpensive by waikiki. Standards restaurant yes. If a bout with the two of us we can about thirty dollars okay because this is not the cheapest of the hawaiian airlines and the white islands are not the cheapest destination. There's not going to thailand or someplace like that. I'm thinking one of the other cheap places that we had. And i don't know if it's still around but pook dog That did Hotdogs in downtown waikiki. where you could get the little. And all of these. You've mentioned the asian influence denny all sorts of flavors that you are not used to having was also a wonderful inexpensive spot in the area. Yeah we actually eight hookah dog in crew. You actually what we have not seen it still there. What the amazing things about coming to hawaii. And this is one of the first things that i saw driving around is when you go to the seven elevens there. It's completely different than the west coast. They have a smorgasbord of asian. Food that you can just pick up so if you're driving around the island you can stop into one and get the famous spam mississippi soobee. Okay film sylvia's imagine a rectangle shaped rice ball. There's a nuclear spam on top and around it it's wrapped in seaweed. Okay yeah so it's kind of so. It's spam sushi is really really big fans who she i know that but also in the gas stations. You can get your the sushi all kinds of the connection of hawaii to spam. I've always found a fascinating because my father was actually stationed in wa who during world. War two If you have to be stationed someplace in world war two. It's probably the best place to be stationed. He was stationed in sand island Which is the island that makes a wa who harbor into a harbor and he used to tell a story about one of his people in his unit who back to his mom that they never get any meat and sushi saved up her rationing coupons and sent him like a five pound can of spam and they got lots of spam. They just didn't get any meat counting that as as me. But it seems like some time. During that time period hawaii fell in love with bam and you can get spam on your hamburgers spam in your other. Various ways is a very hawaiian thing. For some reason yes and you notice when needed our groceries there that they have a pretty large selection of spam all types of flavors jalapeno and cheddar. And so much more where to next all right. So waikiki is a great place to kind of. Stay in your hotel there but we really recommend so. Go ahead and get out of waikiki. 'cause it can be kind of touristy so we're gonna take you into the city of honolulu and we're going to say that you should check out a really cool and an upcoming neighborhood called kakaako and the reason you should go to. Kakaako is one. You're going to get a real good feeling on the modern issues in hawaii because they're going to have all these murals that they've had expertly painted around on all of the buildings so it's a great place to go and see that but you can also go there and check out fun hit restaurants and breweries and that's also going to get you closer to the alamo. Moana beach park come. This seems like it's an area that is new and up and coming. Yeah that's right. Is it like an old rent. what am i trying to say warehouse district or something like that. I can't quite picture what it looks. Like yeah basically. Just a regular neighborhood in honolulu. It does not have that warehouse vibe. You walk through the neighborhood. You will see merrill's around end throughout the neighborhood. You will find those new restaurants and a more up and coming atmosphere. You would say. I do think you're right. I think it's right next to the pier swiping. It was an old warehouse district. Maybe even like a fishing district where they used to sell or store products. Yeah i'm seeing. It was an industrial area. There are fascinating new industrial areas being re developed all around the us and they make some of the most interesting commercial areas now. It's fun to see cities that are doing it. And i'm not familiar. I think this is all newer sense. We were there. What else are we going to do in honolulu downtown well. You can't come to lie. Kiki or the honolulu area without doing diamond head. I think that's an iconic hike that you have to fight the crowds and go ahead and do it because it's on all the postcards so it has recently opened back up because we're speaking now during the code pandemic but i think the perfect time to go to diamond head is right an evening time right before it closes. I think closes around six o'clock so around five as the sun's going down you can hide this moderate terrell to the top of the volcanic crater. And you can see a nice view of waikiki with the sign kind of lighting. It up okay. Well and you mentioned volcanic creator. We are really just adjacent to waikiki. So basically right next to waikiki. Is this extinct volcano and good to know when to go because yes crowds anything we wanna do while we're in honolulu. So when you get into the museums. Because i think a while who's famous for their museums especially the pearl harbor memorial before we get to that. I wanna talk about a lesser known museum. There and that is the bishop museum. And that's going to be a museum about polynesian history and you can really learn a lot for your state on the island. I was hoping you would get to the bishop museum. Okay yes and you might wonder. Why would i go to the bishop museum. It's actually really nice to walk through and see the history of the voyaging and also more specific the hawaiian history. It'll also make more sense for your stay here in waku you'll have more information about the native hawaiians people that live on the island and and how they used to live life and i think being around the island a lot of people don't open they visit the whole story of how hawaii become a territory and then eventually become a state. I think a lot of people on the island find that it's a little controversial that even that hawaii state but the rest of the main mainland doesn't really learn about the history of how it became a state so it's good to go there and then you get a good connection with feel like the native people there. Yeah good recommendation. One recommendation for the city is a restaurant. It's going to be called. Helen is a hawaiian food. And i think this is very famous. It always makes the guidebooks but it's for good. Reason is probably the best place on the island to get home buying food. Yes three dishes. You have to try our first short ribs. You can see them hanging there as you're eating because they dry them. They're in our store absolutely delicious. The sauce use is incredible. The naked fish hoppy alvis a cook nut flavour desert. It kind of has that jelly look and feel to it but it is a very fresh in airy and coconut flavored desert. That you have to eat on your stay there on a waku and then the last one is lau now that is a polynesian dish and if basically has a filling it can be pork or fish. It's wrapped with cook. Tarring leave entire the vegetable that grows locally on hawaii and at the light to turn is not universally loved in terms of terroir itself but the tara leaves anything cooked entirely. Great i e the other thing that appeals to me from the menu. Is that people. Maybe more familiar with also is qaluwa pig. And that's the pig that's basically been cooked slowly underground traditionally Which is another great hawaiian dish. Now is this kind of like a plate. Lunch of the typical hawaiian plate lunch. Where you get the main and macaroni salad and and stuff like that on the side and a scoop of rice. More of like tapas style. God they're bringing new small dishes and then you can try them out yet a excellent then. The next thought would definitely recommend around. The honolulu area is to go to tantalus point. That is the best spot on a who first sunsets. The drive to tenths of point is beautiful itself you driving through switch back and the environment becomes more and more jungle vibe. Uc lots of big trees and eventually have to find your parking spot. Parking can only be an issue on who walker but once you have your parking spot you walked attend to this point and you have a complete overview of waikiki ask. The sun is setting the whole city. Colors were engine yellow. You have diamond head that you see the sparkle of the ocean. It is such a beautiful view and cannot be missed in our opinion. I don't know tantalus point excellent. yeah and you're up in the. I'm gonna have fun anytime i try and say one of these who edwards. You're up in the pu. Alaka state wayside park. We think about it. Is it in the minoa area. But i think you are right about the state park somewhere else all right so i guess we can't leave this area without talking about driving out to pearl harbor. This is something that you wanna do more at the beginning of your trip. Because you're going to be jetlagged coming into the island so get up early and go ahead and make it out to the pearl harbor memorial. You will need tickets in order to see the uss arizona. But once you get out there and see it's totally worth getting up in beating the crowds or think that all of the individuals who were at the pearl harbor attacks that want to be buried within the ship are in there now. So there's no more people to be buried so once you go out there you're seeing the memorial with all the people that with all the people that want to be very well when you say buried. They're not sure that everybody can picture what we're talking about. But i think most people have heard of the attack on pearl harbor december seventh nineteen forty one and a number of old. Us battleships were sunk on that day. And there are markers in the harbor where they're resting and many of them were refloated and actually saw service later on in the war but the arizona was completely destroyed. It basically sunk in at some very quickly with most of its crew and the arizona memorial actually straddles this sunken ship in it sunk. Oddly enough kind of straight down. And so you're looking down on the ship. The other place that i would recommend people. If you are a fan of history obviously a arizona. Memorial is wonderful but also the uss Missouri is anchored nearby which was not in the battle of. I don't believe it was their daring a pearl harbor. But i could be wrong about that. But it's one of the newer of the battleships and that was the on the decks of the missouri where the a japanese surrender was signed. And so you get sort of within this very short distance the beginning and the end of us participation in world war two right. Yeah that's perfect place for any history buffs actually enjoy just walking through the exhibits to get a refresher on world war two history and the american home front. It's a great place to spend at least half a day agreed. Yes and so continuing line. Starting out we would definitely recommend renting a car in a wok. Who can make your way around the island. That is the best form of transportation in our opinion and then we are going to explore the south. An issue of a wacko. Starting naama bay. I think most people know hanauma bay. If a beautiful bay formed with nfl canaan comb and that is place for snorkeling on the island. If you can get in and yes pretty moment together. They've limit the amount of guests and you need to reserve. It's a bit of a hassle if you can get in. It's beautiful that beaten. Hanauma bay is gorgeous while we have very thin high reaching poetry on the beach. The water can't be pretty shallow so this pretty easy to smoke around and we have seen most fish and the water in hanauma bay and you also see the state fish which is called what went up very good good and do you know why that is the state fish of hawaii. No because they put it to a vote of the school kids. What should the state fish of hawaii. And if you're a sixth grader. In hawaii you just wanna hear everybody else say whom hamanaka up some. They also do that with the monk. Seal so if you're going around the island you see amongst it'll it'll normally have a name which the school kids get it. So i think that's awesome. Yeah well one of the reasons. Why the hawaiian names gets so long. Why you get fish teams. I won't try and say it twice and places like honolulu and the longer names is. There are fewer letters in the hawaiian alphabet and so there are very few vowels and well very few consonants and so you tend to put together more syllables. And so you get the the thing that i found difficult when you're driving in a wa who and you do traffic because we do have population in a who and you're trying to look at that road sign and it starts with an h. And has five syllables. And by the time you read it you've already passed it so it gets to be a little challenge when you're reading. Some of those blade of signs did start with an h or did it start with an l. I don't know so. I think that will be everyone's experience on who who. Yeah wonderful place to snorkel though so after you do some snorkeling you definitely want to check out some of the hype that are on the south shore and we actually have three that we really love their the first one and one of the more popular ones is muck apu and this is going to be a paved trail. That's going to take you out to a lighthouse. this is a very easy trail. Anybody can do it. But it's beautiful and it's a great place if you're coming during the wintertime to spot wells. Yes and at the end of the hike he will have a small lighthouse. That has a proof. You can't really get to it but it's a beautiful sight against that deep blue ocean you will also find some titles bear you can spot the blowhole from the defense short and very rewarding hike on the next one that we recommend is clearly. Oh that will take you about four hours brown trip and what we love about this hike is that you walk through different environments. Seems like he started out in this odor koran area pretty dark you walk up and it changes to a pine forest environment such a light shining through you can smell the pines and then as you walk further up all opens up and you can see diamond had in the back you can see cocoa crater on the other side and at the very top you are rewarded with earful panoramic of the east side of a waku so this hike is the one that we always recommend people when they ask. Where can you get the best views and a lot of people wanna do. The illegal height called the haiku stairs for these to heaven because they don't know it's illegal until they get there so when they asked us which hike is gonna give us that panoramic view of the windward coast. We tell them coolio yet. Got up end in the third hike is going to be koko crater and this is going to be another volcanic crater that has what would you call it and steps. It used to be like a railway. So you're walking on those long wooden staff not fully repaired yet so there is a foundation to coconut collision and they are preparing steps as they go but it's a very strenuous hike because it straight up the crater short one at the top again. Beautiful ocean Looking down into the crater. But that wendy would classify as more strenuous and all hikes in hawaii they they need a new classification system. None of them are really moderate or easy. They're all a little bit of hill. So you're going to be sweating by the time you reach the point. I'm reading somebody describing this as your stairmaster workout for the day. It's a thousand steps to reach the right for food in this area. It gets really hot so we really like. This is going to be a store. That's around the island but lana juice. That is where you can get your eagles so you can be re rashed and then if you want some sweets. There's a food truck there leonard's food truck and they serve some of the best masada on the island. They actually have a big store within waikiki. But it's always packed always so the place to get them with. No lines is at the food drunk and it's going to be in a town. Called hawaii kai okay. Melissa is a portuguese donut. If i recall correctly. I think the classic conversion is just the sugarcoated one but you can also get them with chocolate filling coconut filling and they always have different things throughout the year. We've talked on recent episodes about simplisafe security systems the system that us news and world report named the best home security system of two thousand one. Well it just got better. They have a brand new outdoor security camera. that's engineered with all the same advanced tech and security features. You need to help. Keep you in your family safe. 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What's more simply safe is celebrating this new camera by offering twenty percents off your entire new system and your first month of monitoring service free. When you enroll in interactive monitoring gin. That's simplisafe dot com slash amateur and thanks to simply safe for sponsoring this episode of amateur traveler. We're continuing onto the windward coast of the island. A tap visit. There is a lua described as having boutique shops. There's so much to look at lots of stores soup browse through you will find island styled clothing and furniture in a farmer's market on sundays with the local vegetables when we do hike sometimes we see a local going into the mountains and actually picking fruit and so on the market you will see the fruit laying there with branches still attached to it. There are some cutters inside. So it's really freshly pit. And that's why i really like the farmers market income la and one thing in the town that the also feels overlooked is the manuwa chocolate factory. It's a small chocolate factory but you can actually do a free chocolate tasting. That is very ero and they have so. Many chocolates better grown on hawaii only hawaiian islands. And we really like about it is that you can taste the island flavors in them they do not use any artificial flavorings but because there's fruit that grows on a waku. The fruit flavors actually are in the cows. You can taste them darker. That's really awesome. And we say this is free because it is but you're very likely taking mobile absolutely and so you can't go to kylo without going to the beaches there and other than waikiki. Kahlua beach was the first beach that we actually saw when we moved to the island. And we were like. Wow this is. I can't believe this exists. It has a turquoise colored. That i didn't even know beaches could actually have so. That's a beach that you definitely want to check out and it has good parking so you're likely to be able to get there without too many worries. Yes kelly lobby to snack city famous. Lana kind beats. Lana kepi famous. Because in half think turquoise colored water but you see two islands in the back the makalu islands your twin islands. And that's what you see on postcards from awas who a very picturesque beach. But we're going to be a little controversial and not recommend to go to that beats because it extremely difficult to find parking. It's in a residential neighborhood and good luck. Fine new fought but leave it actually recommend to either go to kylo or the neighboring town. Y manalo where you have kiowa beach and we would venture to say that. This is our favorite piece on the entire windward side. It is very local. You will see families grilling out here in a city entire day. That are beautiful palm trees on the beach that provide lots of shade and the water is so clear and so blue we actually snorkel there and we see a good amount of fish it an extremely relaxed fine generally in this area you have some of the most amazing beaches on the island and of course all the guidebooks and a lot of news sites will highlight monaci beach but the stress it takes to get there is going to outweigh its beauty. It's sometimes they can people three hours to get out of their neighborhood. There can't recommend wanna come beach so many within that range that that you can go to but it would be nice if you could see that view of london cut beach and buff. I would say do they wanna cut pillbox some rate hike so you would have to get a pretty early better chance of finding parking short hike up about twenty minutes live uphill but the sun actually rises behind the two twin island so it's a beautiful sight. The beach the mountains antoine islands get beautiful orange in yellow-colored and that in our opinion be better way to see the two twin alana beach and so if we continue up the coast. We're going get to the town of tony. Hey and this is the place where we're going to have our favorite thing to do on the island and the number one thing. You cannot miss when you come to the island and that's going to be the koneohe. Hey sandbar and there's two ways to reach the canal sanborn it's going to be by kayak or by boat and what's taking you to. Is this pretty much. it's a sandbar will kind of like a beach out in the middle of this bay and once you get out there if you go out there during low tide. You're going to be able to stand on the sand and then you're gonna have the cold mountain range all behind you. It's probably the most picturesque spot on the island. And it's perfect for lounging the day away and you can do some really good snorkeling there. Yeah so basically. You're honest speech. In the middle of the bay the water surrounding you from all and people bring hammocks they bring beach umbrellas their books day even bring volleyball net. And did you have a good time out there. It's really unique and no shade at all. So no shave of you have to bring your own shit right. Yes by mckee snorkeled there. We actually saw several hawaiian green sea turtles. It's such a beautiful spot and because it's a protected bay. The waters are incredibly calm so we kayak three out there and it's fairly easy because there aren't really anyway this is also the number one place i think in the world for a hammerhead shark breeding. So you might see some hammerhead sharks out there not to be too careful of them. They're harmless. there's never been an attack but it's really cool that you might be able to see that while you're there -til other spots to check out in kind of kyohei is the whole malou he at botanical garden. It's a beautiful botanical garden. That most people when they take pictures of garden in hawaii. It's in that one. It's very large. You can walk around do some trails around there and see plants and trees from all over the world and the backdrop is of course the beautiful. High piercing co allow math in range. A very nice place to have a picnic or half your lunch before you had on to the bureau in temple which is very closely botanical garden. Deaf i recommend to do them together and as you drive to the temple. The temple just suddenly appears so. You have no idea this beautiful. Japanese inspired rep temple. Is their most people. do not know. Is there when they have seen a day. Just respond a wow. I didn't know this there. This is so beautiful such a nice quick trip to do when you're gonna go hang beautiful Replica from a japanese temple. Forgetting that it's going to be a replica. And it's actually a it's in a A graveyard sound so dire but it isn't a graveyard but it's very common to go out there to see. I think it's a five dollar injury. It's kind of where you're going to find a peaceful setting on the island yeah. The temple is a replica of the bureau in temple which is a unesco world heritage site in japan. Food in lua ganja area definitely konno's that's where you can get your qaluwa port in all kinds of ways in our wrapped in a bowl if delicious. It will cost you about ten dollars for one meal and it's a pretty good decent size we also used to get poke at the grocery store foodland. In our opinion they have the best bouquet and on the island. Everybody has their restaurant that serves the best book but the food land. Grocery store is where you can always make sure that you're going to get that same quality polka each and every time and being a raw fish seasoned rough fish bowl for people who are not familiar. Yeah yes exactly. For picking chopped up raffish we really liked the spicy aggie to now. They serpent with rice for brands and usually with scenic sprinkled on top. Well yeah and then we recommend the why a holy poetry now this is your it kind of looks like an abandoned shack next to the local go you order your food through this whole any see them make it behind you and it's very interesting experience but it is also where you get your lau your hoppy as employ hence the name my holiday poi- factory. I can't seem to get a taste. Spur poi- something. This is what we talked about earlier. This is the tarot dish that is traditional. Yeah i think the kicker for this place is what's called the sweet lady and that is an ice cream. it's a hoppy yet ice cream. That has hot cool lolo in the bottom which is terro but alicia combination. Actually denny's coworker recommended to eat the sweet lady and is extremely delicious. Definitely definitely when you go to that. It's investors are on the island even. If you don't like tarot you can recommend interesting. Okay for date night on a wa who and if you wanna make that one big expense on food on the island we would say go to. How either joe's in of. Hey now the food is good but what you go there for is the setting and that's more of an upscale setting. The food is pretty good. But you go here for the views so it's the beautiful wooden style restaurant also kind of tucked away. It is worth asking for that deck seating. You might have to wait a little longer. But then have a complete view of the high piercing cola mountain range. They have tiki torches outside. And it's a beautiful view especially when the sun setting so that's an issue you would recommend for date night for a little more upscale dining and if you are in meat eater then you want to check out their prime rib which is what they're known for and it is huge. It will keep you full for at least three days and we should say when you talk about this view in this valley i hear described as lush. I mentioned that. We're on the windward side of the island and what that means for the hawaiian islands and for islands. General is the windward side is the wetter side of the island. And therefore the not that any side of the island is not green. But it's the greener rusher portion of the island. And so here. You're looking out at one of these valleys with with this kind of green lush vegetation but also means sometimes the. You're not going to be able to sit outside. Because it's going to be reading an derogate point of making someone. We actually had our dinner there. It's so common suggests have a very short bring cod coming in which happened. Are this bell. But then he see those kind of missed clouds coming in on that around that mountain. Beautiful sight and when you hacker desk feeding in you're job you do have a roof over your head so tonight and because the rainy part of the island this is also a place where you want to do your waterfall. Hikes waterfall hikes. Recommend is one is the lulu mahu waterfall hike. You're going to need a permit for it. I think he cost like a dollar. But you're going to go through like bamboo forests until you reach the waterfall height. That's about. I think it's eighty feet but it's beautiful. It's where you can get those instagram pictures. Another waterfall hike. That recently closed but should be opening up in twenty twenty four the monte willie falls hike another beautiful height to do both of these though moderate hikes and we never actually got to do the most famous warn. Which is the minoa waterfall hike. They say disputable but we have never did it so we'll have to go back to the island to try it out. Yes and prepare. Forget extremely muddy. You do a waterfall hike. Okay sure moving. Onto the north shore of the island that is where you will find their surfers paradise when you talk about surfing on a walk. Who people always talk about the north shore beaches. You have seven mile. Miracle there Seven mile stretch of beaches with rougher waves. And that's where you will find this surfers deducting and that's going to be during the wintertime. So if you there in the winter and you go to those beaches just watch and learn. You don't wanna get in the water there and it's really nice to watch them. Do i think of beach to go there though. That like if kabila bay also add more unknown beat and again because it's an obey. The waters are more calm again. You have to pack aside kind of have short five minute. Walk to the bay. But it's beautiful. You have lots and lots of palm trees. These actually do have coconuts them. So it's not advice late under the palm trees but the beach is beautiful. The san has a very light colored. The sand grains orbit thicker. We have seen turtles laying on the beach numerous times and the never gets crowded. Will maybe after this podcast. I think you overestimate the region immature traveler but the one especially considering. The governor just told us not to go to. Hawaii has the time. We're recording this at the moment. They don't want you to come just not at the current moment one question i would have for people for you rather is when we went to war who we stayed in waikiki and then we stayed in the north shore. Would you actually recommend we stay. Perhaps also in the windward side and didn't spent more time there. We kind of drove through the windward side. How many different places would you stay in a week long itinerary as you explore awhile so it depends on the person if you to have a little bit more isolation i think the turtle bay resort on. North shore is awesome. Or maybe we call dina resort. They passed a law in a wa. Who a couple years ago. That said you couldn't have any airbnb that were outside of the tourist area. So it's actually kind of difficult to stay on the windward coast but it's very easy to get there from waikiki. You're gonna take eighth straight the age three through the tunnel yet. Which is an amazing drive so i would just recommend that unless you want some isolation stay in waikiki and rent a car. I know the price is really expensive now. But they have to come now. Yeah and the island is too big so it won't take that long to reach. The other parts of the island felt. Yeah we would recommend to just stay in waikiki interesting. We enjoyed staying elsewhere but it really is going to depend on what kind of watching you can find because the turtle beach resort is lovely. It is not a budget reserve. Not and so you have three resort areas awas who which is a lagoon and waikiki. And that frame of mind your short term rentals but then he was talking about like an airbnb. we're in being. It is difficult to find those in the other areas because a minimum has to be a thirty day. Stay a while okay and like you mentioned when you get outside of waikiki. It can get really expensive. I know the coldest resorts they have like a disney mariott. But yeah you need to put in some money for it. Got a lucky. You're unaware who and you missed the among the at botanical garden and gun. Hey there's another one on north shore called me valley. This actually has a waterfall very powerful waterfall at the end. And this is very nice. Chill to walk to. You will see loss of plants and flowers again and it's beautiful waterfall at the end and a town that cannot be missed in north. Shore is how that's where you will also find the favorite food trucks in north shore where he can eat delicious garlic shrimp. Let's go back to wamena valley so that we can tell you what to expect when you go to the botanical garden. The botanical garden at me valley is going to have plans from all around the world. But they're also going to have native hawaiian plans and so if you're into looking at plans and enjoying them either. Wamena valley were mahia. Is the place that you wanna go back so from north shore. We're going to go through the central eloise who valley. And that's where we're going to pass the dole plantation but open nation is super popular on the island. But we're going recommend that you either stop by to get an ice cream or not. Stop at all. It always very packed and for me. It feels like a fruit amusement park. You say the bed way. I get a dole. Whip is really the only question breath and of course the is delicious on hawaii but we haven't alternative dole plantation okay. So if you like history you are going to want to go to the plantation village. And what this is. They have these old houses that the old plantation workers used to live in so they'll have houses from people who moved there from china from japan. Even puerto rico all these different places all these different groups of people that you can learn about how they lived and how that shapes the hawaiian culture because many of those immigrants stayed there and lived on the island. And so it's called the hawaii plantation village. Excellent a lot of the actual plantations for pineapple of there really isn't a lot of pineapple grown on the island as much anymore as there used to be a lot of that went to the philippines because of labor being a lot cheaper but it was a very critical portion of the history of hawaii and very much tied in with the way you were talking about before with the polynesian history and y hawaii became a state and all of the the power of the plantation owners. And things like that you. We saw the bishop museum so so from here. We're going to go to the most lease talked about part of the island. But we think it's a part that you should miss and that's going to be the west side of awas who so the reason you should go to. The west side is mainly just for its beaches beauty. There's a different mountain range here. Called the wine. I mountain range. There's all of these things that you can find there that you can have adventured with little to no people. Yes and they would say that the hike you cannot miss on the west side is called katerina. Point is at the corner of the island. You can say it's literally rather Ends and that's where you will find that. Black balk lava shoreline. You're walking right next to the shoreline to the tip of the island and the have that dramatic blue ocean crashing into that black rock. We have seen monk seals. They're they're playing in the type pools and at the end actually protected birth actuary. Or you can see large albatross says and it also has a special meaning to the local people Spot is cotonou spirit. Leap where souls would jump are to meet their ancestors. Okay now that we are recommending. The people do that but no no and then another hike. If you feel like doing that a hike is the miami pillbox hike. It's a short hike up and you will hike to five pill boxes in total if short and rewarding hike looking over the beautiful ocean. Of course. I don't think we mentioned what the pillbox is are. The pillbox is our from world war two and they were there for troops to look out for the incoming japanese. They are placed all around the island and they make up a lot of the greatest hikes on the island. We forget about the fact that if you lived in the hawaiian islands after december seventh. You're afraid you're going to be invaded. Which isn't completely crazy. Because they're actually was at least one island of the us or a couple of different islands including one in the hawaiian island chain that were invaded in world. War two so one of the aleutians was held by the japanese and then of course they tried to invade midway which is further up the hawaiian elettra to beaches. That we recommend on the left side are mccaw beach and offer on on a beat. Beat i know that's an awful but let's start with mccoy beach close to eight point so further down into the west side. Not a lot of people come here. So that's where you will find the beach with more of a deserted feel people if a very wide stretch. Sandy beach beautiful. Why mountain ranch behind you and also here. You can see turtles. We have seen groups of dolphins swimming by a beautiful beach. And the reason people don't come to this beach is because it's so far off the impact. You're only going to get here by a car so you'll need to drive but sometimes you can get a spot on the beach in nazi anybody else. So this is going to be our favorite beach on the island and papa on a on a beach. It's a great little hidden beach clear. Blue water earth and what we really like about the is again not a lot of people and you will see a big black rock. That's right next to beach. Called loyola and again really nice beach on the west side of a who and when you come to the island you wanna hang on the beach. Probably like a local people do and the way they hang out at the beaches they may get full day affair where they bring coolers intense and they just have a good time playing music and swimming the full day thing and my understanding is that is also sometimes known as turtle beach. That kind of wraps on we were back around. We really loved the islands. We really wanna share all the great things to do yet but it's probably impossible to everything that we talked about within one week so i would say take out a couple of things that you really enjoy and go through them. There's always a second trip that can do to the islands that slot. Anything else before we get to some of our wrap up questions that people should know before they go to a wa who i would say that you need to take it slow. That's the aloha lifestyle. You're on vacation. Try to be like the local people. Don't get in a hurry. Don't get upset if you're in traffic. Just take it easy. Chill navigate time and best time of year or best day of the year to be unaware. Who all here around really. Because the summer months have something different as the the winter months likely mentioned before in the winter months you can see will which is a beautiful fight to see. We have actually seen multiple will also like mother and calf that swimming along the coast. But if we would have to take we would say that. The spring one's our favorite munson waku. It's not too hot yet. At least on the windward coast the rain isn't as much as the wintertime. And you have looked beautiful sunny days and since the rain season has just stopped the entire winter coast is completely green yet and all of the plants are healed with life yet just up now when recording this in september or just stopped in the spring when we're talking about during the winter months and that's when it will rain the most on the island win so the spring months our favorite terrific any particular day of the year or festival for instance that we ought to be in hawaii for so when we were living there. It was the kobe time so they were really. Yeah but i know that they do a lay festival and we really wanted to go to that so if we were going back we would try to schedule when the lay festival comes in. I believe that is in may. May i each year. May i have a lay day and for those who do not know. Allay is that iconic flower garland of hawaii and day. What it usually as. It's a really big events on a cool. We dick about lay day. It was extremely small because of covert. But you will people will make leith you also get the opportunity can make one and it supposedly beautiful flower festival as we get to our. Wrap up questions. This is going to be the hardest one you were standing in the prettiest spot in all of a wa who we're standing on. What are you looking at versus. All those uglier is one. No i think the one spot that comes to mind that will be on the southeast side of a walk who actually called the kyri shoreline that whole corner. There is beautiful. So if i have to name but it would be on the top of the markup boo lighthouse trill jeff because the entire coast is made of that black law. Rock is extremely dramatic with that beautiful blue ocean crashing onto the rocks gorgeous. Excellent dinnie different answer. I think that in my favorite spot would be at the county. Oh hey sandbar standing in the middle and you're looking back out over the bay and the mountain range. That's when you really say i'm in hawaii. Will you say the mountain range there. And i think that nikki you were comparing this to jurassic park. But it is surprisingly stunningly beautiful rugged mountain range on that part of the island it and it just comes right up from the ocean so it is a very very beautiful. Very beautiful island. It's a little more crowded than some of the other ones. As we said. Florida a lot of people here but very beautiful island and one thing that makes you laugh and say only in one thing that makes me laugh is when somebody cut you off to make up. They will through the shocker reduced. Which is where they stick the pinky in the thumb out and just kind of shake toward you and they're saying sorry. That simple is only in the islands where that gesture can mean. Sorry hi goodbye loose. Yeah only there and if you had to summarize it who in just three words what three words are going to pick the immediate words that come to mind. This is paradise. Yeah excellent and if we send people back at our guests again let me introduce you begin or nikki thornton and denny caldwell and if we send people to denny n. nikki dot com to your best a wa who post the one. They've got to read before they go where we're going to send them. I think that would be the january. That's from seven to fourteen days on the island. I figured that you might pick that one so if you want to learn more about any of the things that we talked about. It's going to be on that blog post yet. Well and that's going to take the things. We talked about an in separated out at specific recommendations for a particular days so excellent. I'll put a link to that in the show notes. Nikki and danny. Thank you so much for coming on amateur traveler and sharing with us your love for a while and you so much for having a really enjoyed it. Thank you chris special. Thanks go out to the patrons who help support the show financially and this week a special. 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E39: Revolver Cocktail, Mark Allen Hopkinson, and Robert Spangler

Killer Cocktails

59:20 min | 2 years ago

E39: Revolver Cocktail, Mark Allen Hopkinson, and Robert Spangler

"Hey guys, you are listening to killer cocktails where the drinks are stiff, but the bodies are stiffer. This is a casual true crime podcast where two friends get drunk and talk about gruesome murders each week. We pick a different drink whose name or ingredients, set the tone for our stories. Hey, it's Jackie and we're back for another week of murder killer cocktails come at you. Poop, okay. So this week, we are doing a listener, cocktail thirty roses from Instagram is super awesome. She's been with us from the beginning Superfund super sweet to the Grammys. That's right. Yeah. Well, she took her sticker to the Grammys, but it was like this is like a little piece of my heart, but yet she recently went to when I've heard favorite restaurant, haunts called boo route, and she like knows a bartender there. His name's Kevin. He's the whiskey. Guru apparently. And he's like to have you gotta try this drink. I've been like puttering around with. But we realized that is on the internet as well. It's called the revolver, which lends itself, so well to murder so, yeah, she was like, I have a cocktail for you. It's gonna be perfect. Because name is awesome. And it's super tasty. What's in the drink? That's all I had to say about that. Okay. So what you're going to need is your bourbon which we use organ, spirit, distillers, which is a local district Stiller super tasty. You also have Qaluwa and you have orange bidders, and then at the end you kinda do a little twist to orange peel to kind of get those oils going. And then you plump in there in a little splooge. Okay. So a handful times. Now, you and I've been out to get coffees. Yeah. And you so embarrassing -ly ask baristas to give you a spl Mitch of like vanilla or whatever. That's not the right word I've tried to coach you, gently, definitely not the right word on the flipside. It's happened. Jackie I don't ever drink coffee. So when I go, this whole comfortable awkward the time, and I have to keep repeating my order over and over and over in my head, like, I can't talk to me. But obviously we're talking. And I get up in the. I just panicked. And I don't wanna say squirt because that to me is weird. It's a pump. Let's we may too, but that's the word is from a pump and it pumps it in. But I just want to pump panic in, in a bump to the bone that's an NFC hammer song. But that's why that's why panic and I say splooge. It's. Make. Because I think the first time I was getting coffees. And I was like, do you want one? You're like, yes. This is what I want and I went cool. I am not saying that in a pump of this, like little little back and forth about it. Then we were in the car, and we were at a Dutch broS, and it's kind of, in my mind, the funniest place you could ask. I blew me. Like, kind of, like say it over me. See it's like your car's really lows. I'm like over you and looking up heard she's smiling because she's being Dutch grows and. Splurge and I wish because we weren't my four hours. We were we were low. I couldn't see the face of the reaction of the other people inside because I'm sure that hut was full giggles. Anyway. But did I did I or did I not get what I wanted? I don't I didn't drink drink. I did. So splooge worked. She got the point. Okay. Why did we go down the road? Oh, a little splooge orange peel. Correct. Yes. So I like this cocktail better than you. I enjoy bourbon. So this to me is real bourbon, let me try it again. So smelling it. You get that orange bidders, and the orange peel, which is really nice, smelly must be fun. Yeah. To me, it's like a Donut. I don't know whether we can combine I cannot do this cocktail. Listen, my life on video to'real. So I kind of combined both of the mix ups together. This is pretty good. I, I like bourbon, I liked Qaluwa bidders and drinks. Yeah. Jackie, I'm gonna tell you a little tiny history about this Cocteau. Oh, it has a history. It has a little baby history, ready. I wasn't sure if you're gonna give me drink history like the history of the revolver. They're not as cool as journalists. Am I? Okay. I don't like any. Oh, so introduced by San Francisco bartender, John Santer in the early two thousands. The revolver is locked and loaded. Oh my God. Oh, this is liquor dot com dot com. They always make it a little bit of a story. Thanks slugger dot com. So locked and loaded with the spicy bite of rye, heavy bullet bourbon and a slug of coffee liqueur, orange bidders lend subtle brightness to that dark mysterious? Oh, go ahead and pull the trigger. Oh my God. I love it. I want to be right for them. Fun, little pun tastic time. All right. So I would say if you like bourbon drinks, Jackie recommend this. I do cool. I don't know that this will be a go to drink of mine. But like you get sick of doing the same thing all the time. So I definitely can see myself in the future sometime during this drink. Yeah. Definitely. It's got all the all the ingredients are good. Is it murder time? It's motor timers time I'm gonna tell you about Mark Allen have concen Kingston Upton. He was more Tober eighth. Nineteen forty nine got a boomer got him around her hands. He was born in Evanston, Wyoming. Okay. He earned a football scholarship to the university of Arizona party, boys. You've which took him out of state. So to go to play football for college. At some point he's later convicted of delivering controlled substances, what quotation marks because I don't know what he was delivering. Okay. I'm gonna guess he's a drug dealer short. So he gets that in nineteen seventy one he's released from federal prison in nineteen seventy five. And, and then he returns back home to southern Wyoming. So in nineteen seventy four. So a little bit before that Joe Hopkinson Mark's father. He starts prepping groundwork. He's going to be wants to create a trailer court, which is guessing like a motor motor home park on property that he has in doing. So he covers a ditch that carries water to the rights family. Okay. So the Royces they consultant attorney. The attorney is Vincent. V. H. A R V is when all say, I don't I don't know the creek way it, and ultimately a lawsuit is filed against Joe Hopkinson. So Mark's dad is involved in some sort of legal dispute, because he wants to create this trailer park and in doing so he messed up water rights to someone down the way on it. So and Vincent Behar's the lawyer for the Royds family shortly after judgment in the writes his favor. So the family down, like they win. You can't mess up other people's water rights. That's when Mark moves home. So all that happens before he moves home. But then he moves home shortly after his dad's in trouble for having done this. So Mark takes over development of the trailer park, and he's like I'm gonna get this reversed. I'm gonna fight this. You're not wrong, dad. Here we go. So in April of nineteen Seventy-six says the following year Mark went to go see the rights family any asked him, if there's something the thing come to some sort of agreement or settlement without lawyers, the riches reviews this because they won in court. There's no reason for them to come to an agreement with Mark NIA Mark warns them that he's gonna built the trailer park, and he's going to do it in a way that inconveniences them immensely, Ono. So he's real bitter about it. Yeah. And that's my tie. There's bidders in the drill. The Mark is real bitter. I mean, that's awesome. I'll tell you. On may sixth nineteen seventy six so Mark goes back to the roses. They've told him kick rocks American, I do it comes back, and he attacks fifty five year old Frank Royds aftermarkets pulled away from Frank Mark's father Joe he joins in. He's got a hammer with him Ohno, and they just start brawling the two men together beat up Frank reut. So my gone when the Malays over the races, again, reach out to their lawyer, Vincent VR, and they decide that they're going to press charges. However, the county attorney is a guy named Jim Phillips and Jim Phillips had been previously hired by Mark in the original appeal. So there's a conflict of interest there, the guy who needs to bring charges against Mark, and his dad has been hired privately as their lawyer previously got it in the same scenario with these people and some. How Jim Phillips acting in his official capacity refuses to file charges against Mark and his dad. Yeah. Also in nineteen seventy-five, Joe Hopkinson says Mark stab. He had approached the four bridges sewer, for bridges, like the area that they're in, he preaches, the sewer and water board because what he wants to do. He's proposing that the trailer park, get annex to the sewer district any wants to connect up each site, and normally there's usually one hundred dollars up fee, and he's like a paper all this. Let's get this going, but before any official action could be taken the board was presented with a petition and the petition was signed by ninety five percent of the district's membership. Oh trying to get ninety five percent in so everyone over wellm Ingley is petitioning. The board to raise the fee is not enough per site. Is what they're saying. Yeah. So the board conduct several public meetings in order to determine how much they charge and Bob, blah after extensive negotiations. With Mark Sunni, so Jim Phillips, who's, again the county, do who's acting privately. This is fine. Small town than Vincent VR. Same guys before like they're all dealing with this a contract is entered into on March thirteenth nineteen seventy six providing for the annexation of their property to have these trailer hookups, and they've agreed to three hundred dollars per trailer, used to be a hundred bucks all the people that are on this who are hook up or like. Nope. Needs to be more everyone agrees to three hundred bucks. Once the hookups were all completed, Mark announces that they are not going to pay three hundred bucks. So Mark completely reneges on the deal. Yeah. While the board is trying to force Mark to pay various board members start having three they the receiving threats from Mark. Okay. VR. So the lawyer on behalf of the board reacts by filing a suit on January twenty eighth nineteen seventy seven and the complaint doesn't just seek to get the money for market is refusing to pay, but they're also requesting fifty thousand dollars in damages because of the throats, okay, there's lots going on. Because marks just kind of being able. Yeah. Okay, so moving on from that in nineteen seventy six Mark hires. This guy Jeff green. There's gonna be a lot of different names matai. Okay. So Mark hires guy Jeff green carpenter. He wants them to work on some Brandon projects for him probably stuff to do with the trailer park in and whatnot. So Jeff Jeff green introduces Mark to some of his buddies. He's got this, buddy. Mike Hickey and this buddy, Jamie. Hi, sell Jeff Mike and Jamie are burgle, buddies and the verb. Places. You see that three times in a row. Buddies, burgle Berg money, so Jamie. Hi sell, who's one of these burgle buddies. He gets arrested for marijuana possession. And this is okay. This fifteen year old girl Kelly. Oh, we look him up why she wick house liquids next job. So this fifteen or fifteen year old girl Kelly Wikus. She makes a statement to police. So basically she rats out, Jamie. And she's like he's got marijuana at his house. And what I can't suffer out of this is that it says that she makes a statement after spending a night at Jamie's, which sounds salacious for a fifteen year old and this, dude. I don't know that anything happened. But somehow, that's all they get set any of this. So Jamie, get super mad that this fifteen year old girl rats out. Yeah. And he starts making plots with Mike. That they're gonna motor. Okay. So he goes from zero to sixty. Yeah, the plan that Mike and Gina come up with is that Mike is going to pick up Kelly. Obviously, she feels comfortable with Mike. She's going to pick up, or he's going to pick up Kelly and he said take her to a secluded spot in the country, janey will meet them and they will kill her. But Jamie never shows up k Mike picks up Kelly. He takes her to the spot, but he doesn't realize he's not gonna show up. So he's already telling Kelly, we're gonna murder you. Oh. When you save. Because right others since that the like, oh my smart. But so Mike is author with Kelly, Jamie hasn't shown up. So he just kind of I don't know that he freaks out, but he just hits with Iraq and Nunu. Oh, then the only gross detail I'll give you he'd been like April Fools. Let's go back to tone. He decided this, this is what makes me think. Mike is insane because he decides as proof to give Jamie that he did kill her. He cuts out her genitals, and he takes those with him and buries her body. That's his reaction to all of this. So I get the sense that he's like Cuco. But you don't then you'd never really hear anything else about him being what? Yeah. He agrees to kill this girl with his friend, that his friend is upset about, might not even involved in this. Yeah. So did he he's quick to these quick to some crazy? Yeah. So you just. Okay. Perfect goal. Gets wrapped up in all. Did he sexually abused her? Anyway. See that just mutilates her. Yup. Okay. All right. Okay. Back to Mark. These kind of new new friends of Mark's. Yeah. So in nineteen seventy six a lot of this happens in, like seventy six seventy seven. Mark approaches this guy herald, James Taylor about doing a job for him. And it was the murder of anything come did. They, she's asking her. Okay. Okay. And now Margaret touches sky herald. And he's like, hey, I need you to do job for me. He explains that there's this guy in Evanston, the sky in Wyoming that he needs beat up. And the agree that for two hundred dollars Herro will herald will beat up the guy, Mark gives them a photo. Vincent v her. She gives them a picture of the attorney that keeps being a problem, and he's like pizzas dude up for two hundred dollars so herald agrees to this and later, Mark comes back, and he's like, hey, said to beat them up Owen should kill him. And herald, like okay, but instead of two hundred bucks it's going to be six hundred bucks. Six hundred crazy underboss six hundred dollars to murder someone. And he's paid that six hundred dollars on December nineteenth nineteen seventy six but soon after because now Herodes pave, he's like, no, I'm not gonna kill him. He just doesn't do it. Cool, cool. Good. Good. So in March nineteen seventy seven Mark speaks with this guy Kenny near. And this guy had previously been the president on the sewer board. So they're having issues with the toolbar all stuff. So Mark offers Kenny two thousand dollars for him to have testimony to say that the board was acting in vindictive manner, and he's like, no not gonna do that. So he's trying to pay people off. He's killing like, there's or he's trying to people super off Mark returns to Jeff green. And so he was the con- the handyman carpenter with his little Bertel buddies. He goes to Jeff, and he's like, hey, you me and Mike. Let's figure out what are some ideas. What are some ways we can get rid of Vincent, like this lawyer can come up with, and they don't really? Several things are suggested, but then only land on anything and Mark does learn in all of these conversations that Mike had killed Kelly. So he learns about all that. The all so on April fourth nineteen seventy seven Jeff green. He's caught with a bomb in his possession. He's driving marks car and he's speeding through Utah God. So it turns out, he's on his way to AirAsia to plant this bomb in this car this, I'd George barris gall driving all the way to resolve with a bomb, Mark, basically Merck gave him a bomb and was like an easy to put this in this other dies car down, there Zona. So when Mark learns, Jeff gets arrested, he and Mike go they bail him out, and then Mark psych. Our Jeff's too hot. I can't talk to him about killing people anymore. He got the bomb in his possession in, okay? So then in the next four months, Mark, and Mike are talking about, like how are ways we can kill ROY? Rights and this lawyer, we need to come up with get rid of these guys. So Mark promises, Mike two thousand dollars plus expenses. So he's saying, I'll give you two grand to kill him doing like a food allowance get pretty. Wow. And I'll help you cover up the Kelly's murder. Okay. So Mark and Mike. So they make several trips all around and figure out how they're going to do it. And finally the end July marks, like, okay, let's kill the attorney. Let's leave throws his loan with Khalid Turney. He's a troublemaker and the best way to do it is, we're gonna toss a bomb into his basement window, just gonna blow a toss up. Okay. So on the in the first week of August, Mark gets noticed that the turn is going to be deposed like for all this things are happening with the trial steps kinda picking up, so on Saturday, August sixth. When Mark new when Mark saw Mike Ron six PM. He gets he's like, go take the bomb over there. Let's do it's night. So Mike goes to a local bar. Any hangs out 'til one thirty AM. Then he's driven out to the country with some lady that he met at the bar, and they have some sort of sexual relations out, middle nowhere. Then they go back to the bar around two thirty in order for him to get his car. Then he drives drunk home. And once he's home and realizes that his girlfriend, isn't there. He decides that he'll go drop the bomb in this guy's basement. It's crazy. Hired you to kill them. But like all of this. If feels like that movie where you watch where it's like. Zach galifianakis like doing, heist like. Mayhem, pupil with these half thought out plan. Okay. So you're gonna to do it. He does so. He's like he gets home like my girlfriend's now here, I'm gonna go through this girlfriend. Yeah. I'm gonna go he about exactly. Yeah. The points in the story are there. So he's driving, and there's a highway patrolman who testifies that he saw a like a car driving around that time proximity thirty miles away. It's, it's two forty five AM. He arrives in Evanston. He kind of looks around the house. Make sure it's safe and he throws the bomb in the basement window. It's about three thirty in the morning. These bombs. Are they googling how to make a bomb bomb books from the library? Like there's there's bombs stuff out there. The house explodes like big like boom, it blows up down to the ground on waivers affected by no. Like when people get attributed to like Jetson stuff, it's only ever the people that Mark intended on the way back to his house. He picks up a hitchhiker, what the hitchhiker testifies that he got picked up some time between three and four three hundred. Around four thirty A M, Mike, Mike fines girlfriends, and they go home, so he must be calling, or do like it's so crazy what it's this ramshackle and you know, he's just driving around drunk doing. That Paul Shapur over eight. Ball this random hitchhiker, then he drops off and the police are able to find that guy. Maybe he's like a local only he's like passing, then he finds his girlfriend somewhere in brings her back. So after the bombing Mark decides that he and Mike should not be together. Like they need to be really smart about this. So Mike doesn't see him much and never collect the two thousand dollars. Hm. Wouldn't you? Like I killed somebody. Where's my money? The whole all of its crazy. Can I get my per diem? I went to yes. Beryl bakery. Yeah. Times. Drinks at the bar that night. Yeah. I don't know if he paid that lady in the field. Okay. So Mike goes out to California. He's like things are hot in Wyoming. I gotta get outta here. So he goes to California. I'm going to ally. I'm gone out. Why while he's there things start to fall apart? So Joe now they're pulling okay so Jamie Jamie's the one who got in trouble, because Kelly, he's not the one that killed her kaffa Jamie was the one who had Kelly over his house, and he got the marijuana charge. Kinda he gets questioned about by police about a couple of robberies and larcenies and stuff and he feels like he's gonna get in trouble. So he squeals. And he's like, hey my buddy might kill this girl, Kelly. Yeah. So now they've got a little bit more information on all this stuff. So Jamie takes thirty Tinos. With gravesite is so Jamie takes with authorities to the gravesite because Mike told him because he's like it's done man. Here's her generals, buried her. Yeah. So he takes them there. He also like he tells them about my he tells him about Jeff green, all the like burglaries that they've been part of then the police track them down in California. They start asking about all that stuff. He's denying that he's been a part of any of it. Then when he gets back to the state, they charge him with murder. So Mark is like oh, shoot. Okay. Mic Saana trouble in order to save him. He starts coming up with this plan. And he's like, all right. Let's green. Why don't you is start towing stories about Jamie? And let's throw him under the bus. He's just been some of this, like, burglary stuff. But let's he's one killed her. He's the one that was mad out or like it's all him. Yeah. So the charges get dropped against Mike, what and they indict Jamie because there are there's motive. Yeah. And you've got people saying that he was a part of it. Yeah. Kind of like. Such. That's how it works. So Mike doesn't go to prison, so Mike, it's off of that. But then he does go to prison for the burglaries theft, and that's in the spring of nineteen seventy eight. All this is kinda like going on talk radio. It's time the prime. Yeah. So now it's time for Jamie's murder trial. And Jeff green is like I can't do this anymore. Dila truth James gonna get in trouble. He didn't do anything and Jeff also didn't didn't murder anybody. So I get Jeff is kind of deciding he's going to change his mind. So he starts saying, like Mark has all this stuff to do stuff, Mikey. They wanna kill this lawyer like the lawyers house like yard scheduling on the other stuff. Because he's afraid that Jamie is going to go to the debt like he's gonna get the death penalty. He's like we're all lying about everything. Here's what the truth actually is, here's who actually killed Kelly y and blah, blah, blah. So Jeff sorts express. He's really afraid of Mark and based on Jeff's testimony. They dropped the charges against Jaime like okay, cool. We got that wrong. Because people relying the news of Jeff's testimony hits the newspaper and Mark is like mortels Jeff sister. I'm again. Oh. So in March nineteen Seventy-nine Mark Mike? They go to the court in Shyam. They've got federal charges. The came out of Jeff's testimony, about tempted bomb of the car down in Arizona about the bomb in the thing. They both get convicted and sentenced to life in prison at California, lompoc, okay. Federal stuff. You don't be in the same state that you're lucky go anywhere. Okay. So while he's in prison. He has unlimited access on the phone, and he starts making all these Telephone cO does that mean they're not recording you or. No, I think they accord, your imprisonment think labor. Just he gets make phone calls whenever yeah. He forever reason he doesn't have a limit on some prisoners have limos. Okay. He has no limits on his phone calls. So from April eighth to may twenty ninth. It's like fifty one day period. He makes a hundred fourteen phone calls, and he's calling a former roommate who lives in Salt Lake City, and like consistently. Yep. Okay. So this is hap- hap-. Russell. He's like you need to come visit me in prison. So he probably can't say, you gotta come. Visit me come visit me. And in this, he's like we need to conspire. I, I don't want this whole like trying to bomb this guy down in Arizona thing. So let's try to like figure out a way to murder Jeff because he's the only one who's implicating the amount. So all he's imprisoned. He's like, we need to kill Jeff, then he starts calling this ex girlfriend of his, and he's like I need you to. To. And this is where they talked to bunch of times, essentially finally gets her to cut out a picture of Jeff from yearbook, and give it to happ- Russell. So that hap- knows what Jeff looks like two to your book. Yeah. Oh my God. Is years later up. So meanwhile, there's like. Money is exchanging, cancel Marcus just like wheeling and dealing from inside prison. He's like, I'm gonna have this guy do it. And these other people are gonna help him get all the money. He needs get all the information that he needs. So on may sixteenth markets like causes X, or he calls, his ex girlfriend, and he's like, hey, where's Jeff fat? She's kind of I don't think she really knows that. She's helping him kill someone. But maybe she does they figure out like I'm just making a scrapbook from prison. Exactly. Yeah. Exactly. For me. So he gets an idea of his whereabouts from Jennifer. Then she tells him so she's involved. So she tells him like the deed is done. So there's like some more details on there. But essentially, she's like this. The shakes she tells the very is, then she lets Mark, no you need to worry about Jeff anymore. Then a bunch of money shows up in her Bank account. She's moving into other people's. She's a part of, like laundering, the money to other people. There's like plea deals and stuff. Mike trying to not be in trouble. Marquette's indicted for other crimes. Like so it all starts to kinda pile on. He starts getting in trouble. It all ends. They had suspended the death penalty in Wyoming for number of years. And then reinstituted it so he was executed by lethal, low by lethal injection at Wyoming state penitentiary on January twenty second nineteen Ninety-two his last meal was pizza and fruit plate that shared with his mother and family and his last statement is they have killed innocent. Man, I didn't have you know, but that's the quote central saying I didn't do it. I guess you can choose to not allow witnesses at your education, at least in Wyoming. So there was no one around and witnesses abroad and afterwards to view the remains and determined that the person isn't he dead. So he died January twenty second nineteen ninety two weird. I didn't know that you can have your last meal with family. I thought it was just I think every state's a little and then we did he. Originally get a death penalty sentence. But they didn't have the death penalty or like how did he also timing of it? I think they had reinstituted but no one had been murdered by the time that because the pre it was decades and decades before lost person had been executed in Wyoming. And I don't know if they had lifted it, and then he was the first person to go through all the house, and all that, that part of the timing. I'm not sure yeah. Bad, dude? Yeah. What did like he just couldn't take no for an answer? Yeah. Like, oh, God. And he was just. Yeah. That was crazy. So many just no sense to any of that. His reactions to everything are not over the top. Yeah. And we don't know anything just keeps finding these other dudes like, yeah. I'll like that's something that's so wrong is so commonplace. That is so crazy to, like, how, how do these people find each other to be like we're gonna do who'd wrath things with a hood, rat friends? Yeah. Burkle buddies, Bruegel buddies like. Is there like a tender for burger swipe rightly, I want to, to steal state to murder someone if the dark we're a match. Oh, god. Okay. Well, that was to regard. Yeah. You got if I like I there's I'm trying to like condense it, and have it not go off into the weeds. But there's so many different little. Yeah. Adds that all end up with his we know any of his childhood stuff like no. Okay. And he just lived on his own on this property, and just was like he's in his dad's obviously willing to come swing a hammer and fight. It. Yeah, that was the dad. Okay. I don't know where mamas and all their siblings. Yeah. Yeah. That's crazy. Any books or early movies, or I don't know 'cause it's kind of the way upon this. Yeah. I don't remember what in my reading took me here. Somehow, I was thinking about water rights, why? I don't know why k either I read something that mentioned like Chinatown the movie, Chinatown, Ouattara, somehow, water rights, ended up in my either. Yeah. And I was like ooh. All bet somebody has been murdered over water right definite 'cause people get real upset about it. And that was how I found out one. That's crazy. Jackie, I'm gonna tell you about Robert sprinkler. I like it. Brank. Lers. S. P. A. N. G. L. E R. Okay, Robert Spangler. So Robert grew up in Ames, Iowa. His dad is a civil engineer, who I guessed it pretty well, for himself because there's a lab at Iowa State University named after him. Yeah. Just kind of coup Robert is playing football in high school. He's very charming. Everyone likes him. He's really good with the ladies the Iowa guy. Yeah. That mean this is his like a football player. Yeah. Got an idea my head. So while he's in high school. He meets this gal named Nancy stolman, and they start dating and then after high school, they get married in nineteen fifty five and they moved to little little ton Colorado, when they get their Robert has many jobs over the years. Not like he's bouncing around, but, you know, you kind lectu eight so some of jobs are working for Honeywell's camera in instruments division, he serves as a public relations director for nonprofit organization. He's a part time DJ at a radio station and even sometimes performs in local plays. He's these renaissance man is just dabbling. Yeah. So, like I said, he's very well liked, and he's well known around town when is he going to become a murderer hold onto your books, so everyone's like, super polite. I like overly the top play in like everyone likes him. Dude. What? But one coworker from. The radio said the only complaint I ever had about him was that he was, too. Cheerful too early in the morning. Yeah. Katie Phillies to say that about Kyle because he'd just go moaning Chipper like, oh. Absolutely not. Oh before coffee. Don't I contact? I'm inconsistent. So sometimes I will get people will be irritated with me for being a happy morning person. But then I can be grumpy with the rest of. Oh, yeah, yeah. You're a chameleon. Yeah. All right. So, yeah. He's a livable guy and then like him and EMC start having babies. And so they have a son named David in nineteen. Sixty one in a daughter named Susan, in nineteen sixty three cancel American household one, so on the morning of December, thirtieth nineteen seventy eight Robertson work. And his neighbor sauce by the house to borrow something or whatever she's going by the house. When the neighbor comes over. I didn't have a lot of details. But I wanna say she's knocking the doors open. She goes in and she finds the family dead. Yeah. Okay. So she mealy calls the cops the mom and the two kids and the kids are how old are teenagers. Yeah, they're fifteen and seventeen at this point. So she called the cops. They start searching the house and they find Susan who's fifteen at the time in her bed, and she's partial partially clothed, and she has a gunshot wound to her back, David, who's seventeen is found dead in his bedroom with gunshot wound to his chest. Nancy is found in the basement, she's slumped over a typewriter with a bullet wound, high on her forehead, there's a suicide note written on the typewriter in her Nichols or signed pen at the bottom. It's weird. Yeah. So the cops are working the crime scene in Robert comes home from work, and he finds the deputies in his house calling. I don't know. He gets to the house. He gets it or not. So they take him for questioning Robert lanes, how he was at work all day. So the police start questioning him further in Robert mitts that him in the NC were having troubles in their marriage, and that he had started an affair with a co worker named Sharon Cooper this okay if he's not guilty. He shouldn't be talking to the place. Yeah. And he should lawyer. And he should be quiet, but maybe he's just like once everything he's guilty. And I'm fine with him talking to the police. Yeah. So how ever Roberts original story just keeps changing so the conduct two separate private polygraph exams? Okay. I don't I'm not going to go off on this tangent, please. Yeah. Well, anecdote, it's really the other day. I like leap inbound up to Jackie at work. And I'm like Jackie do you wanna be annoyed? Like I mean it's early. But okay whereas. Whereas I listened to classical music on the way into work, try and get me. I got you. You did so cars, like looking at jobs that are posted, and he found one four a polygraph examiner position and it, pay it starts at seventy K here, and no experience required, which is the most irritating, part. In like you could see it on the little blurb. You know how gives you right before you click on the job. So it's right right there in the summary, and then you click on it, and it's like a they send you off her twelve program and they teach you all the things. And then you're good to go. It's such a farce no one. And I mean no one should take a polygraph. If you're guilty like find be manipulated. Bleich. No stop it. Do you think mainly they just use it as a scare tactic notice? It's a way to scare stupid people into nine stupid people. It's a way to intimidate someone into making mistakes that even when you're not guilty. Then they do Minh. Now, they're now they're not looking in other places. Yeah. And so, like, if you like from crime standpoint, it's worthless in my pick, 'cause it also can be a waste of time. And from like job standpoint, from people having to like take them to have certain positions. It's I I've talked to people who've passed them and got jobs and, like, oh, allied through Matif, there told me live your teeth like they'll catch certain blips in like they're expecting you to lie. It's fine. And then people who are truthful about, like it's just such a joke. Yeah. I got to know it again. It's. So they hook them up to two different exams, and his answers are inconclusive. So they're like, we're not getting anything from this. So in top of that investigators determine that the murder weapon is a thirty caliber revolver. That's my tie. Which was found by Nancy. It is registered in Robert's name in evidence of gunshot residue found on his right palm. Expand it looks tuber bad. How did click the evidence? I mean you can always if you can't this, the OJ thing you can't argue your way out of it. Argue against the evidence. So even though they have all this evidence, the coroner closes the case as a double homicide slash suicide. Oh, so there's some questioning things about it was his name Robert, but he's like, you know what? What's go with? She killed. The kids wrote this note killed herself. It looks more like that than it does than the little things that are bugging me about the other stuff. Yeah. Okay. And because of this, and the fact that they have exhausted all other leads. The shares office is forced to close the case, and once the case is closed. Most of the evidence is either returned to robber or destroyed because it's close it's close closed. What them? Seven months later. Robert Mary's is co worker. Sharon the one he was having the affair with him. And she moves in to the house that Roberts family died in that didn't as weird. Yes. I think it's weird. Yeah. Even for Robert still be there like move out of that. I think I'm capable. Of like mentally and emotionally of moving into a house where somebody died like what like an old person died or like a murder, I think I can move into a murder house like Ed Kemper house. You're going to go there where he chopped up heads. Maybe maybe. I think I could live in a murder house, but I can't live in my own murder house, where your family died, if I survived something whether I was a part of it or came out, like if that's personal to me. I'm outta there. I'm creating new memory like that's I don't wanna still be there, but I could move into someone else's murder. I think I could move into another murder. How absolutely no. I only all the absolute ghost simpliciter just. All of it. I already have people not people already have Kyle looking under the bed. Four people in like I can't I can't take that juju. Are they again? No. Yeah, I would definitely look at my friend Tycom like smudge the house. I feel like we have a work ghost of bathroom work goes in that Greece. Oh 'cause the paper towel. Okay. If you have a really cheap murder house for Jackie snow. Bubba. Okay. So they're living in this house. They're married. They're levin. They're living life in the also are loving this common joy of hiking the late love to hike their hikers. They're like version, burgers, so sharing joys hiking so much that she writes a book about her hikes through the Grand Canyon, interesting, but eventually the couple starts getting into fights and once Roberts dad passes away, his behavior gets more argumentative to, to the point that Sharon starts telling people that she thinks Robert is after her. So they finally divorced in nineteen eighty eight. So now they're parting with would you be concerned about your friend, if she's worried about her partner and his family died? Yes. Absolutely. Day one. Yeah. Get out of there. Okay. We've murder podcasts. Obviously. So Robert just loves to love. So he put an ad in the personals. Any meets a woman named Donna sudden Ling in he turns on the charm in August of nineteen ninety they get married. So it's it's like a couple years later, a little about Donna. She's an aerobics constructor with five grown children in numerous grandpa, I've grown children in numerous grandchildren from a previous marriage big old, how big old family. However Donna hates hiking. Ooh, not into it, nine to it, and the reason being is, she's afraid of heights, so, like hiking, specifically, Robert lives Grand Canyon. She doesn't want to go to the Grand Canyon. There's other hiking, but if they love Grand Canyon where I'm gonna guess on a hot ass place. No hiding in the heat. Yeah. I love hiking. And no. Thank you know, one time Christina made me go up a little mountain, and we didn't bring water. Right. Across from bachelor belt kilter. Yes. She's like. 'cause she had a big. Hike. I've done it. We for some reason. She's like, oh, leave. My big water bottle back up the car. I'm at the top of the mountain. Okay, so bub-bubba. So Donna just hates hiking. A rubber just loves it. And he loves the fresh air, and he's got him at Donna, just come out with me. And once again, his marriage starts to have problems so to help save their marriage. They decide to go on a backpacking trip through the Grand Canyon in April of nineteen Ninety-three. This seems like a lot of give on her part. That's funny that you said that because I had that in my notes she doesn't like hiking, but she's like, all right. Save the marriage. It's going backpacking through the Grand Canyon don't as hiking on steroids. Yeah. So Donna's recyc- has your hips hurting to carry ship. Can I just read I was like so they go on this backup packing trip, which seems more of a compromise on? But so anyways. So the go on this trip, and they're out there for a couple of days and. All of a sudden robber is now walking up to the ranger station. Alone alone, so low and he calmly tells the ranger that his wife Donna has fallen off a cliff in his dead. He explains that they hit my annoyance point. There you go. I was going to be annoying. He claims that they had stopped to take a picture on the trail. And when he looked back his wife was gone. Rangers locate on his body. Approximately one hundred sixty feet below the trail. The autopsy report concludes that she sustained massive injuries including abrasions contusions lacerations in multiple fractures of the neck, chest and lower extremities. Here's the pushing off a cliff thing that is so hard to prove if you don't have a witness long live the king. Yes. Yeah. Like, all right. So do comes up calmly. I if it took you let's even say hours or days to get back to wherever to tell people homely. No, no. Let's say you're exotic you can't run the whole way to tell somebody died, even though you would want to. Yeah. If it was an accident normal person. Yeah. But let's say you're at the last part of, maybe it was like a whole day's hike to get there. Now you're seeing the ranger station. Now is when you turn on the jets and you're running up in your leg. Oh, god. You're like all I can tell like I don't know. I just the com- bothers me, and then like, if you did push someone off the cliff. I feel like you put on the theatrics and you'd be like, oh my God. Was she? People's reactions to stuff, but also like everyone behaves so differently. And it's true to who they are. I guess in my head. He this is how I visioned it. He walked up hands in pockets just kind of like oh, yeah. My wife's to Robert is never directly implemented in his wife's death. Because his ruled an accident, but he did get national attention for the tragedy in soon. He is appearing in interviews on several TV shows. Oh, so maybe I'm a little aware of this possibly. Yeah. Yeah. On each interview. He appears like a grieving husband talks about Donna's accidental accidental, death and the dangers of hiking in the Grand Canyon is nobody else. Like if you're Diane Sawyer, and this guy's like, oh my God Jonah. She died this Clift. Shebek cool, Robert. People are also curious about your other family. Yeah. I, I know one bringing that up when they talked to I get like let's say everything is on the up and up. That's totally shitty to bring up. But it is murder turn screws bec-. Yeah. But, like say you during the interview I don't know of like his first families death made it into the news, just in, you know what I mean. And like he was and yet interns, Google and shit. Google is a baby Google little baby Google at this point of ask Jeeves. Oh man. Sorry. Asked us not doing the damn thing yet wherever. All right. Okay. So he's saying it's so dangerous hike in the Grand Canyon my wife died there. Blah, blah. But in the meantime, he's continuing to backpack through the Grand Canyon with friends several several times a year cap. Yeah. He's doing things that don't look so. Right. So again, Robert loves to love he does so he reconnects with his second ex wife. Sharon a ho, and she moves back into his house, and why did they break up and her friends were concerned about them. Right. She was being here. And she moved back into the house. So he's less carry now that another wife has died. Yes. You can't you can't. We're not gonna paint a picture where she doesn't know about the third wife dying. She knows about it. So she knows what happened with the first family. She had a scary situation. Now the third wife has died. This. There's got to be some sort of like weird, traumatic power over like he. So they were talking about he's super charming in he picks his cO victims. He like picks personality that he knows. He can control so bothered by the fact that he got her back in their young, so we're girlfriends add sister, so she moved back into his house, the same housewares entire family dies. He's wanted in like hiking. Yep. Yeah. And then on October second, nineteen Ninety-four Robert comes home and finds share an unresponsive next to a bottle of Tylenol. I'm. She full of yourself. Are you? If you are Robert they, like, yeah, I'm gonna get away with a third time to perform yourself. Well, not just the third you, you know, your wife your daughter. Your, your son. Yeah. The out there. Yeah. This. So she died of a drug overdose later, that day in her death is not investigated by law enforcement, who is the sheriff is he best friends were Robert. I just don't. Well, we're going to get into it. The counties are talking to each other L this again, so January of nineteen ninety nine investigators team up from the US department of interior, the National Park Service and various counties in Arizona, and they start comparing their cool case homicides while. And they start to see this common thread between all these cases. Oh, it's Robert. He's over here. He's over here. He's over here. So they bring in an assistant US attorney from the district of AirAsia with experience in capital murder cases, and who also has personal knowledge of the Grand Canyon. So they're going out there, and they're going to be like hike around the case, and together, they combine the cases and classified the motive as insurance fraud slash murder. Yeah. So they start their investigation, and they start talking to people who had known Robert and one lady gives them a copy of a letter she received from Robert win, and he explains to her, that he has terminal cancer. So they're like, if this is true, maybe we can use this information to our advantage. So the head to Colorado, to finally interview Robert to try to get a confession in, so the FBI confirmed, that Robert does have terminal cancer. And so when they bring him in they. Tell him that the F B I profile profiles just wanna study him because he is a unique killer. But this moment he hasn't. You know what I mean? Yeah. And so there it's interesting. So the interview him for four hours. And then let him go until that, if he wants to continue the interview just to call them back tomorrow, because he's like, not really, he's like. Yeah padding with them being charming, but he's not really giving anything and they're like, well, we can't hold on. We gotta let them go, and he thinks he's like they're probably my guess is feeding into that you'll little bit. Let's let him think he's winning us over. We'll let him go there tabs on him and the teams like there's no way he's gonna call us back, but, like we're going to try this, but the next day, Robert calls them because he's so during the second interview Robert tells investigators how while Mary to his first wife he fell in love with another woman, and then shot, his wife in two teenage children to be with her Robert then explains that he had to smother his son with a pillow. After shooting him because the bullet wound was not lethal. He strongly denied any involvement in the overdue overdose death of his second wife refused to discuss the death in the Grand Canyon because he feared a civil lawsuit from his third wife's children. And he, he does have terminal cancer. Yeah. So investigators to own up to the first one, which is like the coldest of all of them k. Some vista Gators encouraged Robert to talk about the Grand Canyon murder by telling him that killing several people at one time, did not make him a serial killer this approach worked on Robert after a period of silence. He said you've got your cereal. Robert then described how he quote unquote masterminded the Grand Canyon are playing into him. And so, he's like, yes, I did the Grand Canyon murdered a murder. I pushed my wife over the edge while she was facing me. Yeah. Twisted. So it gives himself up and the Robert starts thinking about how his reputation is going to be tainted, and he's like, whoa. Oh my God. Wait. I think I made a mistake. I, I like I'm known I'm pillar in the community. Like I'm a I'm a DJ. People love you. And so he's like, is there any way that you guys can like minimize the publicity around this, just like quietly taking me away hawk about any, like writes, a letter to the FBI, like asking them this? And so in the letter rubber or we're going to public. So in this letter, Robert argues that he is not like other serial killers who target people for race or sexual orientation been stead his motivation to kill centered around the intimidation. Oh, anticipated gain of eliminating his wife's and children. During the interview he tells investigators at killing them with easier than divorce. That's insane. Yes. So Robert pleads guilty in federal district court in Arizona to the first degree murder of his third wife and e midst to killing his first wife and two children. He sends to life in prison without parole. And he died of cancer in federal prison on August fifth of two thousand one while. Isn't that crazy? Yeah. Tre time in true fashion. Has annoyed half like it was a story I was annoyed. And then it was just annoying. The rest of the way it was just so interesting how he could fit in with the community. Yeah. In Kennelly, Ted Bundy in a way, just like words like. I guess if you're capable of doing that. One is live that way. Like just let your murder flag fly. Nano. They're able to. Be such a part of society, and they have all these people like I, I don't understand the I don't get their heads are at. Would. That's not enough. Yeah. I mean it's kinda like that's all it trick to get away with other shit. They wanna do. I'll clean me all week, but you better your sweet ass thinking about that cheat meal all week here, the words, the beginning extreme gibberish. She's saying, I'm Mina slur. But, you know, like I could kinda see where they're, they're trying to fit in the credit. Yeah, I, I don't know. But the same time they have that, that need that urge the voice. Yeah. Yeah. Or in his case, I really feel like he thought it was easier to just kill them. I guess, with so funny to me is that so many people are striving to be thought highly of to basics like that. All those things are what most people are just aiming to do, and spend a lot of their life to just live those things at you've got these serial killers, and these like. Charming sociopaths, that, that's the easy part, the doing all the things everyone else's striving to do all that is like, I'm doing all that to do this whole other thing, the dichotomy that it's, it's interesting. Yeah. Yeah. I mean true crime. It's fascinating. Yeah. It is. Yeah. Will that has been the revolver you guys? Yeah. Johnny you listening to anything or or watching? What am I listening to I'd say since last recorded, I haven't, I don't have new stuff to recommend. Oh, I started watching madman. Oh, how's that? I really like it I'd started years ago. And I really but I think I only got like the first season I just got distracted via so was like off. Let's start over. So I'm like, I'm right now I'm rewatching episodes. I've seen but it's really good. I've heard it's really good. I've just never got into it. I'm watching Fargo under your recommendation. It's on Hulu. You had not seen the movie I've not seen the movie. I'm very good. I'm watching the TV show it's on Hulu and it's not what I thought it's definitely dark murder humor, like don't know what you thought it was going in. I just thought it was going to be one murder, but it was like, wait plan where we remember women? It's a roller coaster of motion, you guys. Cheers, it's been another great week with you guys. See it, actually. Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of killer cocktails, as always on her talent was Jackie Andrea. Be sure to check out her Instagram at cocktails podcast or stop by our website, killer cocktails podcast dot com for up to date information, photos, contests and more. Our logo was created by Michelle firm, whose amazing art can be found at Michelle from designed com, our music was created by Nikolai height loss, and we'll be back next week on hashtag murder Mondays. 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Bunayyati - Ahad, 15 November 2020

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Bunayyati - Ahad, 15 November 2020

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Mason and Ireland HOUR ONE

Mason & Ireland

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Mason and Ireland HOUR ONE

"Yeah. That is a thirty degree twenty nine degree growl twenty nine degrees. Twenty nine degrees and snowing here in beautiful youtall. We are expecting rain here in Los Angeles. By the time, we start driving home. I guess rush hour. If it rains today lessons to chance at ranger in the game tomorrow, exactly get out of the way, it's supposed to rain all night and into tomorrow morning, but clear up in time for the you don't high. No, it's going to rain. My foot hurts like hell the foot bustling that with all the so I've got a nine screws in a plate in my right foot from something stupid. We did on one of our shows. And so now what happens is the weather affects when the barometric pressure goes low the metal in my foot starts to aches. So I'm like this senior not making this up. Oh, no hundred percent. I know exactly when it's going to rain. I know when there's a low pressure system coming in because my star, Matt I am no. It's going to happen before it happened. Let me tell you something. If if some TV station was smart in town. They would hire me to do their weather. Just just based on my foot. It's not your foot. That would get you hired. The interesting thing is if you noticed that now I've already said, I'm picking the Rams. Yes. Pete the cowboy yes. To twenty four. Yes. Plus, you think the score will be what I think the score will be thirty one Twenty-one ramps. Right. The mo-. Have you noticed though that the so-called experts? Yeah. Lot of people lot of can Dallas. I know. So I thought. What I would do is throw at you. Some of the reasons why these people are picking Dallas and let you counter that. Okay. Yep. All right. So let me throw a couple of these Atra. All right. The Cowboys defense against top-five scoring offenses this year. So when they have to play a really good often. Right. They've been great sixteen points allowed. That's I in the NFL two hundred seventy three total yards allowed. That's I NFL one hundred fifty one yards passing. I in the NFL writes a loud and four point seven yards per play. I in the NFL. That's when they play a top five defense. Minimum offense played three of them. Right. So why isn't that a big deal? No deal or. That's a legit deal. I mean, it's just looking at the pro football focus scores for the Rams offensive line and h-have Stein. Saif old Whitworth had been great Austin Blyth, and and John Sullivan have been terrible. So there's there's no question that that Cowboys defensive line. I think is going to have a very very good day. Now, I will say this. The Dallas defense is twenty seventh in the league against play action passing. And the Rams do more play action passing than anybody. They were in two hundred six play action passes during the year that was the most by a lot. So that is a weakness for the Cowboys. I also think that ultimately this is where Sean McVay is going to earn his money. I mean, we've seen the same set the same front the same. Scheme the same everything all year long. What is Sean McVeigh going to dial up tomorrow? I would say Mace that, you know, this is the old her Brooks line. If you lose this game, you'll take it to your grave. Amen may lose this game. It will be around his neck all of next year. Yes. Because he's already proven. He's a great regular season coach that in the regular season. I think McVay might win four or five divisions in row. I mean, it's just really good. But you get judged differently in the playoffs. And if he gets to home playoff games. Yep. In his first two years and loses them both. Then I think that that critics are gonna hang that around its neck. Okay. So let me throw another counting McVeigh to do something magical. But you think that is that is those are legitimate arguments about halfway legitimate going to solve the rubik's. Yes. Okay. So. He here's more when the Rams lost just one game in the first three months of the season. It was in large part because Jared Goff played like an MVP, right? Goff's numbers fell off a cliff in the final month and the Rams could be in big trouble in December. If it carries over to the playoffs he played well in the final two games as the Rams beat up on teams with the NFL's to worse records. He was terrible in his last two contests against actual competition. Posting passer ratings of nineteen point one and seventy six in losses to Chicago and Philadelphia Goth through no touchdowns and five interceptions and just five yards per play. In those games. Steve Mason, respond offensive line had its absolute worst game in Chicago and had an equally bad game in Philly. It really I think the entire game is going to be centered on the offensive line when? Jared Goff has got time. He is fine. He's not Russell Wilson. He's not Ben Rothlisberger. He's not guy who moves the pocket. He's guy who does really well with enough time to throw an off play action. It really is going to come down to the line. I don't attribute for example. I mean, I'm looking at the office of line scores for the Rams when they played at you Kogyo jerk off had no time at all. I mean, he had eleven hurries in that game. And sometimes, you know, he's not yet that guy who is perfect when he is facing a blitz or facing a big rush or he's got guys in his in his face. So I mean, I think again I'm going to go back to the offense of line and say it's critical that they protect Jared Goff. Right. But what makes you think the offensive line is going to be better than they were against Philadelphia and Chicago, well, I'll say this. So for example. Rob haven Stein. His offense of line score. Seventy sixty four seventy seven seventy eight seventy eight on a score on a count of one to one hundred consistent, very consistent Sappho old. Excellent whitworth. Excellent. We assume that he's going to be healthy. I have to believe that that this line is going to play better. And in fact, in the last two games, if you look at the last two games, I grant you it was a gets inferior opponent s-. But John Sullivan has best game of the season in that San Francisco game. So perhaps the line has figured it out, and they will be more effective. I also Whitworth is going to be great after having. Having a week off and NBN a hundred percent. So no, I mean, I look I think this is really really tough match-up. Okay. Now, here's the one. That's the hardest to kind of counter. The Rams were a better team than the Cowboys in the regular season. They won three more games and clinch the NFC west in week thirteen but Dallas has played much better in the second half than the Rams have now talking about the Cowboys including their wildcard win over the Seahawks. The Cowboys are eight and one in their last nine games the only loss during that stretch came to the colts who the only team that have been hotter than Dallas. The Cowboys had three wins over playoff teams in the final eight weeks, which is one more than the Rams recorded when they went eight no in the first half dominating opponents with plus one. Oh nine point differential. The Rams were plus one oh nine in weeks went through eight in the second eight games of the season. LA went five three with a plus thirty four differential. So I ate games for the Rams eight. No, plus one oh nine last. Eight games five and three plus thirty four and during those games those last eight games the Cowboys when you had the wildcard win went eight and one so so the Rams might be better. But the Cowboys are hotter. Monde? Okay. I first of all I think there is. No shame in losing to New Orleans at New Orleans. That's one of the games that were we're talking about. They were down thirty five seven Chicago in Chicago down thirty five seventeen at halftime at New Orleans. They rallied back to tied at thirty five before New Orleans broke it open a little bit the bears fifteen to six again in the cold at at the what do they call that place in Chicago the. Sustains feels ultra Jens Soldier Field. I don't think there's any shame in that loss. The Rams were terrible that day, but they were facing a playoff team on the road. The eagles game is the one that that is the head scratcher. Although if you look at it all three of these losses were to playoff teams, and I wanna say a couple of things about the eagles game as bad as the Rams played and they played bad including the worst turnover of Jared goff's career. Yeah. Explicable just here you take giveaway. Right. Hopefully, he will learn from. So even with that the Rams had a chance to tie it. Or maybe win it on the last play of the game. So I mean, it's not like they got blown out by any of these. Oh, no the same it in the fourth quarter. The eagles wanted in the fourth quarter and the bears just shut him out defensively. Yeah. I you know, I am not look any of these playoff game. Can go either way. I'm I'm not gonna I'm not gonna be s here. I mean will I be shocked if the Cowboys lose? No. But I'll be devastated will I be. I don't believe you with the Rams lose. You'll be devas Durant flutes. It'll be devastated. If the Cowboys win, I'm not necessarily going to be totally incomplete shocked. I will be devastated. If the Rams lose this game tomorrow, but I feel really good about it. I I feel like this is this is a moment for Todd Gurley to break out a little bit which is going to be incredibly important Todd Gurley in the passing game. I think is going to be those swing passes. They like to throw to him. I think we're gonna see some jet sweeps. I think we're gonna see the running game opened things up for play action and four Jared Goff. And I believe that this is a day where Jared Goff takes a big step forward as the quarterback of the ramps. All right now, I have a more important question than any of the three. I've asked him. What's that is really true? Bryan cranston's coming on the show too. Yeah. Brian's coming on next the full that off the star of that. I asked him the star of Broadway's network and also the star of the upside feature. Bring him and Kevin Hart. He will join us next. Bryan, Cranston, Mason, Ireland ESPN LA. Hey, don't forget it is fifth row Fridays. And today is the big payoff. If you've been listening everyday this week there's a question from Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday, and some we say today it'll be on the pop quiz at two thirty today with a chance to win Lakers. Tickets to see the bulls next. I think it's Wednesday, right? The bulls game is news to unite. Tonight an autograph basketball chairman's club passes. That's with the VIP lounge where all the swanky star saying out and a super gift card super cuts fifth row Fridays. Brought to you by SuperCup super cuts. You can enjoy the signature hot towel finish free of charge with every haircut. All right, Bryan. Cranston's gonna join us here in just a minute or two. We should mention Brian is on Broadway right now. You're gonna go see him. Right. Yeah. You to right. I'm going to see them all network. I'm really excited about I'm going when the Lakers play their on Saint Patrick's Day week. And you're gonna see him before me. Yeah. I'm gonna see him in in February incredibly excited about and I get to go to Saturday Night Live for the first time you've gotten to go to a couple of that will change your life. That is an Jeff Blake the guy who sets that up horse is just a great guy. And you will it's one of the coolest. I mean, that's one of my favorite shows ever. And it is one of the coolest experiences. Puckett list thing. Can't wait. I'm really excited from crazy thing is you were there when Trump was hosting. Yeah. And jeff. Felt so bad about it. Because you got to come back, man. So I got but I got to go back on a night that Kristen Stewart hosted, and it was it was great. Now, the decision you need to make when when you talk to Jeff is whether you want to go to the rehearsal the dress rehearsal. Yup. Or the live show, and it's not as simple like when I put it that way. Well, of course, I wanna go the live show. Yeah. But if you go to the dress rehearsal, which they do at eight thirty the life shows at eleven thirty the dress rehearsal has five more skits and double the weekend update. Interesting. So they do they're hitting real time. Yeah. They're testing their material right to see what goes into the final actual show. Right. So don't be discouraged. If he says, hey, would you rather go to the rehearsal because you actually get more more meat in your sandwich. Yeah. I I'm gonna I want to go to the early show. I wanna go to the early show. I wanna see all the sketches that don't make. Yeah. That's what I did too. I I really enjoyed it. And by the way, they change the audiences which is interesting. Oh, yeah. For the dresser her. Sel in one audience for the live show. That's Ryan Bryan Cranston has hosted Saturday night. Yes. She has. Yes. He has hosted. I think two seasons ago and he's been making the rounds because he's got a brand new movie coming out today. It is called the upside he and Kevin Hart and Brian joins us now. Hey, what's going on, man? Hey, guys. Oh, are you Brian great to talk to you, man? And we were just talking about Saturday Night Live. I know we're going to talk to you about the upside. But when you hosted that is that is that like, the most fun you've ever had the most work is it exhausting. What's it like to go through that week? It is like being shot out of a cannon your whole body clock changes because they work late. So you don't even get into the studio at NBC until noon or one o'clock, and then you go and chill one o'clock in the morning or so and that's geared to get you ready for that live show on Saturday night. But you don't even read the. The beginnings of any kind of sketch until Wednesday when you do there's like fifty or sixty sketches that you're breezing through one after another using characters in a broad sense. Oh, New York southern hippie. Basic accents and things that you just throwing out there trying to figure out what to do and out of the fifty or sixty sketches Lorne Michaels brings you into his room. And they and they it down to about fifteen to sixteen seventeen somewhere in there out of that. They they have pair makeup wardrobe and constructions start to work on plans for those fifteen or sixteen sketches knowing full, well, that's going to be cut down to twelve by Saturday, and you'll maybe do ten of them or so so it it's just a it's just a mazing thing. Thursday. You're for the first time, you're up. There's no sets whatsoever. And you're holding the scripts and you're trying to figure things out and you should do. And then Friday you come back, and they have rudimentary little tips that are up and. Basic things, and they all know this this c- sketches been cut forget that we're going over here. And it's just you're being pulled and pushed in all different directions Saturday there before you know, it and you do it an eight thirty rehearsal dress rehearsal, and you do those twelve sketches and then they cut about two or three of them. And then you then and they constantly changing the lines to what used to be. You'd say certain thing is now change it's just kind of chaotic in fact, it's completely chaotic but beautifully done so much fun. They know what they're doing. It's it's a great time. So how many shoes how many shows of network? Are you doing a week? Right now, we're doing seven performances on Broadway. We we were doing eight all the way through the holidays. So that was we did two months of h shows a week, and that we're doing seven do you ever? Just get sick of it. Do you ever just think man like you're doing an afternoon show? Then you're doing a night show. So you reach this crescendo in the daytime. And then you've got to go all the way back up the mountain a little bit later. And what do you do between the shows? I mean, I just don't know how it's how you can possibly do. I never want to develop it div. Mason pessimism. That kind of caustic kind of cancer is kind of attitude about things, you know. No, I don't want to get to that point. You know, I I was doing the Dan Patrick show today. And he was asking kind of like, well, how did you? How do you do the same thing every night, and I go, well, it's kind of the opposite of what he doesn't. What you guys do? You have. I do the same play the same story every night. I do have the advantage of a brand new audience every night. You're completely in rivers. You have pretty much the same audience every day, but you has to come up with different material every day, and that's equally puff for different reasons. So we we all have our challenges. We're all kind of like cicis role in the boulder up the hill. Right. Yes. Exactly. Right. Hey, brian. I was I was what we've may just talking that. We're both really excited. We're gonna come back and see you do network and intimidation of that I actually downloaded the movie onto my I pep and I have. Watched it yet. And I wanted to ask you, should I watch. It is is the I haven't seen it in probably ten years. But it's one of the greatest movies of all time or is the show different than the movie. Do you guys go down a different road? Yeah. I I would recommend that. You don't watch it. Good how but watch it afterward done. Yeah. Just I know you're coming at Macy's. You coming at the same time not at the same time. I am going to I'm going to reach out. I think we wanna come early February to see it. I'm really excited. You know? It's weird Brian. It is I've said for years one of my favorite movies of all time, our Chinatown and network, and it's just so crazy to me that you wind up doing network. I know that movie. So well, did you how much time did you? I you saw it at some point. But did you spend any time with I mean, Peter Finch won the Oscar for the role your plan? I'm mad as hell. Did you watch the movie? I watched the movie, oh, it's got to be almost three years ago. Now when I agreed to do the role, and this was in February or March of two thousand fifteen so I watched it then just to refer is myself with the tone that they struck and then that was the last I looked at it. I don't want to do what Peter Finch. Did he did a fantastic job? And I wanna make my Howard Beale my own. And so I didn't want to be influenced by him whatsoever. So I just completely pushed that aside. And and start developing my own version of and it is different from Peter finches. And but I found a different way in that. I that I feel works. Really? Well, Bryan, you're in a movie with Kevin Hart. We've had Kevin on the show many times. I don't even I'm sure he bragged you about this is a four-time celebrity all star game MVP at the NBA. AL star game. So he comes off with us a lot during the, but the thing that strikes me about Kevin is his energy is insane. I you've got this movie. The upside that comes out this week with Kevin what's it like working with that guy on a movie? I would imagine that you know, that that trying to match his energy is probably really fun. No, I don't even try to match. Oh, no. But plus, my my character is a quadriplegic, and and so the the lack of mobility and energy was appropriate. And I just had to kind of stay a little bit quiet to be able to get into that. And you know, usually I'm used to to, you know, being a leader on on a satin and bringing everybody either. And in this movie, I was able to to be the beta because Kevin was like just crazy lovable gregarious fun human being and and generous we had a great time. Everybody was was enjoyable and Nicole Kidman, and we just it's just really good in the story it self based on a true story about this wealthy, man. Who is a quadriplegic from a a hang gliding accident and. He's tired of the sycophantic people who take care of him. And and so he hires Kevin's character quite by accident because you in the wrong place at the wrong time looking for something else, and he decided to hire them because of the the the level of honesty that Kevin displays his character displays, and and he feels he can trust him. And so two begins a bonding experience with these two very disparate men from different backgrounds and cultures and economic status and privilege, and they are friends to this day almost forty years later, they're they're still friends, and even though they live in different countries. They still see each other on a regular basis. It's a it's really interesting. It's it's it's a beautiful film. And it's something that provides. An emotion that I think our society could use right now. And that's hopefulness. It's you leave the theater going that was time well-spent. I laughed. I I may have shed at here a little bit. And I'm glad I went. While the movie's called the upside it's opening everywhere. Today starts Brian and Kevin Hart on Broadway. Bryan Cranston in network right now, by the way, did you do your own hang gliding in the the scene? I see all the commercials. Yeah. I was up there. Kevin wasn't. But I would Kevin Kevin didn't do it. Yeah. He's so he'll brag Nick time. He's on that. Okay. You got some game playing ball. But I hear that you a little scared getting up in the air on the hang gliding. Right. And he was absolutely bizarre. He could not do it. He's said flat out. I cannot. I will not get up in that. So what they did against the green screen? They got a crane. A construction crane really that had a hook. And they lifted up the the two of them that the hang glider, captain and him and against green screen and a big fan blowing against. Feet off the ground team feet, and he was screaming bloody murder at that. He would care God. He he could not. But I went out we went up to Oregon and gorgeous just beautiful country up there. And we did the hang gliding sequences over two three days. And I just I just loved it. Well, listen, we'll go see the movie this weekend. We'll see soon on Broadway. Thanks for thanks for coming on Brian. Go Rams go. All right. There's Bryan Cranston. That was fun. That was fun. And we got something to give we give Kevin heart-to-heart time about. That's right. That's right. Comes back on. He's been getting a hard time everywhere. He goes Lali. Yeah. But I, you know, I think he's done. Now. I don't think he's considering going back to the no I think I think that's that ship has sailed by the way, I have an idea about what they should do. Okay. Good. Good johnson. Utah party central will get weird injury court tonight, not involving the Lakers, but involving the jazz have caught a weird break. Okay. Cool. That's coming up next for you. Mason in Ireland ESPN LA, I Mason Ireland. That was cool. Bryan, cranston. I still don't know. How you do it? How do you get up for every single show? And then I thought you know, what he's doing eight. We're doing five I guess it's not that big a deal. Well, and I thought that was interesting point he made about about the fact that he gets a different audience every night, right? If they've never seen it before that, you know, Kobe used to say Michael Jordan used to do it too. Is that I was like go into every game thinking that there's somebody in the building that is seeing me for the first time and might never see me again. Yeah, that's true. And I would think if I was doing a play. And I'm a big of, you know, I'm a big Broadway guy. Yeah. Me too. Every time. I go to a show like even when I went to avenue, q which is twenty years old last time, we tastic show, which is basically raunchy puppets. Yup. I thought to myself, you know, what they're doing the same thing every time. But if you're looking at into an audience of people that are paying a lot of money to see it. I would think that'd be incredibly energizing. You did plays. Right. Just a couple when I was younger, and but never really got fully into it. I wanna current now would I would pretty hard on the place there for a while. Yeah. Kind of wish I would I would have. But I gotta get back on the boards. You're gonna you're gonna start acting in plays again at fifty or whatever you are absolute get back on the boards cases. Speaking of of acting. Here's my idea for the Oscars. And I have a feeling this is what they're going to end up doing. Okay, you, and I both agree that no matter who they get they could get the biggest name in the world. They could get a Dell or Oprah. Or Jack Nicholson Denzel no matter who they got. And they could write perfectly in in. You know, put on a show that person's going to get criticized. Right. Yes. That is big of an event for for that. So do it without a host simply of the PA announcer say and presenting the award for best picture, here's Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson, and they walk out do their presentation. Go move onto the next thing. Could that work doing no host Oscar, I think that's probably the favorite right now for how they're going to do it. I would do it a little bit differently. I would say the Oscars should be hosted by the cast of Black Panther. So each each introduction will be done by somebody from Black Panther, whether Chadwick bozeman or lupita Longo, Michael b Jordan or Daniel Qaluwa or Angela Bassett, and you just turn it into because to me that was the. That was the cultural cinematic movie of twenty eighteen did it get nominated for best picture while the Oscar nominations are not yet. But it's definitely get nominated for best picture. And I I'm voting for it for best. Do you do your votes for the sag awards? Yeah. I do. But just for those who don't have Oscar vote. I'm voting for Black Panther for best ensemble. I think it's fantastic movie. All right. So you said the Lakers may have caught a break a weird break. So here it is. Okay. The starting point guard for the Utah Jazz is Ricky Rubio, yes, Ricky Rubio is hurt. He's not playing tonight. The backup point guard is Dante Exum Dante Exum is also hurt he won't play tonight. What do you have against where all Netto row? A Netto is also hurt. What is he also he will not play in the game tonight? So they're playing this game point guard 'less now, you don't necessarily need a point guard. Laker fans will remember that they won several titles with Derek Fisher in Kobe Bryant and Coby Bryan and Ron Harper. And and there's really no point guard in those mixes. So you don't need them. I would imagine. Donovan Mitchell is going to be handed the ball and told you run the show. They'll probably move Joe Ingles to the back court. Start Jae Crowder up front, but the Lakers, particularly Lonzo. I would. Have an opportunity tonight. Yeah. To get a lot of steals, and maybe try some things defensively that what do you think is it a big deal that they don't have a true point guard on the roster tonight? I will tell you next Mason Ireland ESPN LA and John is in Utah, Utah as Carl home, come alone Utah. Are you know, people don't even remember that that happened John for the most part? There was that. I was I was skimming through Twitter and one of the headlines on Twitter says Steve's languages, reckless wrong, and has no place in our society. And I immediately worried that you said something stupid if not about you. It's about some congressman from Iowa guys. A that guys scary that there are people saying that Steve's languages reckless wrong, and has no place in our society. So what do you think about the point guard list jazz? Is that something or nothing John? I do a little research. Actually before the show started that I find that hard to believe you did it in the last two minute break, then you and Mitchell through his first five games of the month the spider averaging twenty four points, four assists, four rebounds, he shooting forty seven percent from three he's coming off his best all round performance over with a win over Orlando where he scored thirty three. That's as they were down by twenty two in that game before he brought him back if thirty plus game of the season twelve twenty one shooting and matched a season high with seven assists. So he is obviously a dynamic player. And I would imagine he is able to compensate for the lack of a point guard. Yeah. And it doesn't, you know, if I'm being honest. It doesn't matter if you have a point guard, and then the game is more and more positioning allow the time deaf bronze aren't point guard. Yes, Steph curry isn't the true definition of a point guard. Steph not like trying to. Fifteen assists every night. Yeah. These definitions of jobs and basketball, really don't exist. Now. I mean, they really don't exist point guards and centers and death, lineups and Hamptons lightning. What did you think account kouzmines idea that the Lakers going to have a death lineup? I didn't like it because it didn't have Josh Hartnett. Right. But I other than that. I like the idea of playing five guys position list. I just want one of the guys to be Josh heart. I think his lineup. The one coups was suggesting was coups Ingram. Lebron Lonzo in jail to finish games. But don't you want? Josh hard up there at the end. Yeah. I want Josh heart finishing games. He's a he's a tenacious defender gets along as long as long as coups is willing to allow for substitution into his death lineup. I'm all for you know, I said in our promo that was running today. Two things you probably didn't hear the promo. Right. I did not people. Listen for those promos. Religiously. So I promoted first of all Danny trail is going to be on the phone at one thirties gigantic Ryan, really. Yeah. So it's okay. So do you listen to the rewatch Ables on the ringer? I do but I've not did they do it. All right. Every movie they asked the question right with this movie. Be better with Danny trae ho in it and the answer is always almost. Yes. Yeah. That's funny. That's funny. Yeah. Danny trae. Oh, it's going to be with his one thirty. He's the guy who a lot of times. We'll stand in the end zone at some point in the game and yell. And we all yell. This is the weekend. I blow my voice out tomorrow. Good damn time. I'm you know, who I am. I'm the guy that says 'i stand up in the section when when it's third down and says come on come on everybody everybody. Everybody get up, you know, that guy right? Believing. You've all night. Not sat through third down all year long. Well, hopefully, you won't have too many. We will score. And I and secondary go I'm genuinely nervous about this game a little bit. I because the Cowboys are good and the Rams are good. And you realize if they win it, Steve Mason. You are one game away from the Super Bowl. But one game away if we win and the saints win. Lose. No, no. If the saints win we're going to gnarled next week. Oh, you are. Yeah. Definitely going to Nerlens. Wow. Don't need much of an excuse to go to New Orleans. It's almost tact by a little person. I am. I'm absolutely going to be there at the Superdome for that game. Hopefully, we. Then the Rams get the NFC championship game in the Coliseum. You don't we're going to discuss all this, John. Monday. Are you here on Monday Monday? I don't know if you know this. I I have lobbied all the powers that be powers, by the way, I'm using with air quotes, I lobbied all the powers that be and Monday from noon to one pm. So that we have plenty of time to react to Rams Cowboys. We're going to be commercial free. Good commercial free noon to one on Monday. Good. The whole show off, you know, it's going to happen now. What blind call? Hey, what's going on? Hello. Yeah. Yeah. No. This is Mason Ireland. You're blind. Caller win by short. The shirt. Shirk to where the super I mean at the at the Super Bowl parade when we weighed. Okay. Do you have any hot takes it? All. Do you only hot guy? God is that is equal Iliad isn't going to do anything and the Rams are gonna shut them down. All right. There you go. That's amazing Ireland shirt. Good job. That's all it takes. That's all it takes just the blind. Call like that was the only line ringing. This is this is something I started during when basically 'cause I pitched you all year about never taken call. Right. And so now just randomly, and when you're in the studio, you can do it to just press the button, it's not gonna be screened. But we'll do a great never answers the phones. Anyway. No, he never does. Well, now, he's instructed not to he thinks it's beneath him. Yeah. Hang on blind. Call 'cause I. 'cause I is with blankets. We can't tell them to turn your radio down your are blind. Call. Hey, how's it going good? Hey, it's going good. Who's this? Hayden. Actually, this is not my first time. I actually just tweeted you said, I got T shirt. I really appreciate it. Oh, so you've got a t-shirt. Yeah. I saw this tweet. Yeah. Okay. Good relations anyway for hey. You gotta ask me about my hot pay. What is your hot take Hayden? I'm going to New Orleans with you go. Yeah. It is impossible not to have fun in New Orleans. Impossible. I gotta go. Thank you. Thank you, man. Shirt yet. But there's conflicting ideologies now on Sunday. If the Rams went on Saturday. Are you rooting for the eagles on Sunday? Oh, hell, yes. But you're then you go to New Orleans. I just think it's a long shot. Probably I feel like they're the biggest use of the biggest underdog at the weekend. By the way. Here's a tweet that just came through. This is a really good idea. Someone unread it suggested that the Muppets should host the Oscars. That's actually, really smart Slater. Is it Staehler in Waldorf heckling each winner? Miss and you can puppets can get away with stuff that regular people can't get away as the whole movie, Ted outlines if you're like not a person, you can get away saying anything you want. I just got a text from one. No, you're not you're not going to New Orleans either way. Well, this provides an interesting dilemma on Monday. I will overrule that overrode. Never cool. You kidding? Never overrule. I I completely new I own house meeting. I'm the king of the of the just rolls, boss. Right boss, you, and I have not been running a respective relationships for ten years, it's true ridiculously vote. They're being have our lives being. I have. No, I have no respect even in my own house. All right coming back next. What do you wanna do? Come back next. Oh, there's dodgers news. What there's dodgers news. They've done something they something. They did not sign. They did not sign Bryce Harper. Get yet. I will tell you next Mason Ireland ESPN LA.

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October 7th: Nitros and Beer-Thirty

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44:26 min | 1 year ago

October 7th: Nitros and Beer-Thirty

"It's been a long week. Grab a beer and sit back. Here's Tanner Chad in the brew Doctor Himself Dr Michael Mosier. We come storming in our number two. Welcome in is Brew Talk. Radio on this Wednesday evening we are here in the wonderful auto collision specialists. Studios wearing a poll question last week or beer beers good. Three of the four of US said No. So what do we do this week? We've got nitro beers and I have a feeling it could make me look like a fool when we get to beer thirty, we'll talk about that a little bit. Later on I am swint Ryan Kelly during the production work back behind that bulletproof glass chat young or the tavern at Saint. Michel Square, we've had a couple of snacks here we've got this is the beer cheese we've got beer cheese cuddled cook here I'll throw that over there. See The new guests can try a little bit of that and we've got these Zombie skittles. What are your thoughts on that you pairing any of these anytime soon, move. I think these Zombie. Flavored wine. Trash. The trash juice of all the. CANS and bottles at the end of the night. It's terrible. That's Chaddy young the Dr. Michael Mosier the DOC we've had a couple of Nitro Beers, but we just cracked open a new one I want to give this time to introduce our guest who is joining us. You know him very well, and we're very excited to have him. I'll leave the introduction you sure so Chris. Was One of the students went through our program on campus and really shine a great student did a really good job there, and then actually went off to Europe and studied other subjects of, but also having to have a chance to study some of the. Local scene in beer history in breweries and I think you even got did you get the The beer masters certificate in Germany at that one pub you went to or the be academy that was easy to get you just have to. Drink a lot of beer. You got to drink a pint of every beer on tap in the last two as a leader, and if you made it through, you got your Beer Academy diploma. Let's go. Let's go. Let's go get another diploma I would hang I would remove the one the or the another Gd, but the college diploma that I've got from my office right now put that Beer Academy one out there for record. Took blue one and pushed it back and then took a red wine in the red wine was the Zombie the red one was. Semester. All GonNa taste like Zombie, ones now, but I'm pretty confident. Biscuit so. Makoni Biscuit Yeah that's what I'm no. All right. We're doing the Zombie. The the Zombie skittles here one of these tastes terribly. Through back. Yeah. Would you would you carry here? Also Russian, Roulette, I'll throw that one already grab one here to you really got. Would you know I spit it out and put in to camp so I'm good. I got blueberries. You get a bad one was pretty good. All right. We're good. I I, draw. The bad one again I hate well, no second drug is smell the blue one and The smell must be on my face was in your nose. You did you definitely did and wasn't in my nose? That's why it tastes this rain professionally I walked it. Oh. Walked it. We're trained professionals here on Bruce talk all of a sudden. So let's talk hops. Okay. This is one that I've never understood and one that I'll be honest has been pretty confusing to me because I'm pretty simple man he put a beer in front of me. It tastes good I don't like it I don't care what the hops are. But for them to taste good starts with the Hobson. That's what you've. Become. I won't call it an expert because he said you're not expert. What I believe is you're an expert in this. I'll talk to you. Let's talk about Hampson let's talk about the significance of them in beer. Absolutely. So, let's talk about why I mean what different styles of hops craft beer like what what role do they play like let's start very basic. Very basic hops are kind of preservative they keep beer from spoiling that's. Way Back, in the day, when the English were trying to ship appears the tried to make him really high alcohol content to survive the journey. Eventually they found out about hops nobody wanted to send a beard, India. They found out the preservative qualities of hops they keep putting more hops in the beer in it holds better on the trip, and then that's how the India Pale Ale was born. Right? It's an Ale with lots of hops preservatives, and then from. Then on out, we discovered all the different aroma qualities, bettering qualities, different notes, and flavors. Each different variety has and it. kind of laid the groundwork to all these different styles that we have nowadays was the best. Geographical. Region to grow hops or can it be all over the place? You know that's an interesting question. Each region will have its own tear war with it. So you know Germany is really well known for growing hops and their right maybe five hundred to a thousand feet above sea level of the main key is just a good sunlight hops like the long day for their growth and good water. So you're in a region with lots of rain. Your Life is easy. You don't have to irrigate. It's much. That's always a good problem to have Allen Montrose it's kind of a desert lot of sunshine. The hops love. The. Sun In the hot weather. But the main key there is just to get them lots of waters they can do their thing. Suzanne specific style of hops that you have to grow in Montrose for that reason or does it just mean you can grow whatever you want. You just going to have to irrigate certain hops more than others for the most part you can grow I mean I wouldn't say whatever you want because there's so many different varieties and there are some that are very regional specific but a lot of the ones that they grow in Europe that have been bred throughout the ages we can grow in Montrose and we've been growing Neo Mexicanos, which is native to North America. Okay. But for some reason, this one has trouble growing and I think it's just because it hasn't had the decades of. To right to get that, you know that hop that will survive ABC's resistant and so on and so growing up on a farm, and that's about what I can tie into hop farming just a form aspects of these different crops they do take time to develop all these different. The DNA strands that they need to survive in different regions, and that's what's so fascinating is that As we continue to do this, the more we learn about these DNA in you know genetically modified different crops it's fascinating. How has how have gem genetically modified crops affected the HOP world. I'd say positively, we're getting more disease. Resistant hops. We're getting some that are really drought-resistant, which is good for those absences like that. Grow more on limited space and we're finding out you know different breeds for different flavors and we can kind of breed specific wants to get citrus or breed specific ones to get really grapefruit forward so on. So forth, Piney, there's I mean hundreds of different notes. The thing I noticed too is that we saw billy goat hop farm is where you work in. We were able to get some cascade hops for you to use this summer in one thing I noticed is that they were the tear Warr of that cascade style hop was quite different than buying one from Willamette or someplace like that in Oregon or the valley and I thought it added a spicier note there in that. have. You noticed that with many of the other hop varieties definitely a lot of our hops have higher alpha acid content than the normal, and I think it's from that really dry climate. The hops are producing more oil to preserve their water content and in the end that's good for the brewers high alpha acid I think it's also bringing out some other fruity characteristics as well. So let's get the word of the day in case somebody out there tear war her war go ahead, duck. Oh, you don't want me to do it. Go ahead visit. What's the definition? If. I had to describe terroir in my own words speaking to somebody who doesn't know anything about it. What would you describe it as as simple as I could say geographical differences in the end, make different characteristics what you grow it in is what you get. Yeah. So it's a combination of the soil climate, the water that you have. So you know terroir, you hear a lot with with grapes and wines, and and now it's becoming more prevalent with hops in and and barley and things. Curry Beers to corn plants one grown in. Northern climates. One grown in southern climates will have completely different flavors eventually breath and that's the terroir. So much of an impact does the the beer world have on what you grow meaning? Obviously, we've seen this is that the hazy craze, right? How much Of An impact is this the trends of the beer world have on what you guys grow? it's a good question. I as are super famous right now and your base hop for that is cascade and Chinook. So you can grow a lot and there's always a demand for that. Some of these other styles are in his famous anymore common so. Certain hops like For example nugget we have a lot of by okay. It's not as popular anymore. It's got that a really bitter in quality, but maybe not as much fruity aroma what you would see it in those hazy New England. So the trends of the beer world definitely play role on on how much you plant of each hop and go into this What what made you know like? This is something that I wanNA pursue why hops Personally well, personally I enjoy working outdoors. Okay. I'VE WORKED IN THE LAB I've worked in an office I've worked in manufacturing factory and none of it really compares to being outside an of all the things you can outside I think the hop is the most interesting and because beer at the end of the day. Yeah but. This life cycle is a journey that starts so small and. By the peak summer, it's curling a foot or more per day and you can see it every day it's growing and changing, and by the end, it's just the biggest. Most beautiful forest. You've ever walked to a love Billy Billy Goat Hobbs Montrose Colorado. Let's try these skittles showy. Let's let's dive I've got to. We've got more questions for you for sure. We're we're GONNA dive into this here though this brew Taco which one you WanNa blue. Bronco Orange they're all right. You get into that. You get into that I'm going here. Did you get it? Would you? Okay we're trying to get orange get orange. got a good one of course you did. Talk has gotten a good Chaz good. Now. All test. We'll see said it was purple or blue where we're all good. So we're all good. So Chad got no you didn't get good. Oh, are you kidding I? No. No. Are, you sure I'm sure it has no other flavor than. Got To this round. I guess. Yeah. There you go. So. I WANNA. Talk. Donka let's talk about these. You brought them Social Beers and I'm still in the Pale. Here talk to me about this. So the students this last summer since we were in need of some hop. So we Got In touch with billy goten biscuit happened to meet me in. Beaune Vista, and we did a a trade of money for hops there and I brought the hops back and we put them in our recipes for the students this summer and they made a Paleo. That we paired. A cascade hop with the African Queen and then we also made a porter where we did cascade with a couple other different kinds of hops there too including Galina. Your Pale was better than the one we made now is in school Iris Guard, a bit contaminated. First time the students always make a beer is a. Challenging time to do it. And I think we really got that parallel to work out. Okay. It turned out that the very last beer in that series though that the one that is not represented here. was our kettle sour and it's because it got all drink before you could. Be Kettles our. Oh, good. Are you is not good? It was just like what you guys are describing with the. With the skittles that Paleo was very good I. Actually that's one of my favorites actually. So I'm gonNA brought the porter to all right that's. Good. I just had a little bit of the porter and the Pale is et with the cascade. You expect kind of a Piney of aroma and pioneer kind of flavor maybe a little citrusy notes and things like that. But the ones we got from billy goat just amazing. They had a spicy peppery note to them that I thought was just amazing. So it really paired out well with a couple of the beers that we got. I know I think tastes like zombies skill. You. GotTa get taste out of my mouth I could be way off on this. I. Don't I don't mean to a probably an offending it's. Defend student made. Watt am I getting the weed smell on the top of this? Army skittle Zombie I. must there's a little bit of ski on there. And my way wrong not might not like the foreign spunky like legitimate. We'd known there shouldn't be any weedy nece to Sonoma cops honestly I think it's Killeen, and really feel it's the skittles we're done with skittles and okay. We've got three more actually you're out you get that one you get this one I'll get this one and we're going to go from here. Thank you might be careful. Lu-lu. When I'm good. Good. You'll know you'll know. I'm still good good. Deduct one to document one might have, but it just doesn't taste good. It doesn't taste bad though. Yep you'll know he'll know. All right well. So I apologize I didn't mean to offend but they could be. Just something where I I initially reported that something he hit me there was like that smells like we I mean that smells like like. What you smell just lit up and it's I'm not getting it now what are you laughing at? Well we have what is. Smell a grateful dead concert. We haven't to live on the other side of town. Field and when the winds blowing from the south, our goal entire neighborhood smells like. Grateful. Actually, smells like almost any concert. So did notice today they're getting ready to harvest so it should be. There's a grateful dead brewery open up there as A. Grateful. Dead. Museum and or themed brewery in Johnstown about. Welcome you to. With cool. It's either so many roads. I. Think is what it's called. So I followed him on facebook and of course, watching their project, the progress on the building, and they just painted the floor and the paint job looks amazing. They've got a lot of. Contra posters and ticket stubs and an memorabilia from the grateful dead you contributed anything I have not I. Can't call to you and said, Hey, we'll. Stop that I'm not about to give away, right right. But that's about the extent I have much old ratty t shirts from the parking lot. That maybe I could give away. Or if they want to cut my tattoo off, maybe we could. That's getting. A little painful. Get real serious. You just say your advertising for the Berina. There we go. I'm really looking forward to visiting because you know. Not only because I'M Dead Fan but eighty new breezy worries open it up is exciting especially in in our area. So looking forward to A, we'll be back seven, twenty, seven, twenty, three. Now the time we'll come back we'll talk more about Nitro Beers. Why Day exists should they exist will dive and all of that and much much more on the other side this brew Talk Radio in Northern Colorado voice thirteen, ten KFI. The, army national, guard plays a vital role in your community. We're on the front lines supporting essential personnel, first responders, law enforcement, and medical professionals, delivering food supplies, and medicine. Keeping Communities Safe. Making a difference during emergencies were always ready. Learn more about ten service in National VONT AT NATIONAL DOT COM sponsored by the Colorado Army National Guard aired by the Colorado Broadcasters Association and this station. Cone now. Weekdays at four on northern Colorado's voice. Thirteen ten K EV K. Back. In Brew Talk here on North Dakota's voice. Thirteen ten KFI. We're talking Nitro Beers here on this Wednesday evening. So. We did a poll question last week. Do you like nitro peers. I voted no Chad voted. DOC voted man. And well, let's say you biscuit. Sounds. So weird if nobody was listening before. Biscuits obviously nickname he is with billy goat hops. Is that read up in Montrose Colorado a former UNC brewing and laboratory sciences students. What do you think about? NITRO, Pearson? Maybe, there's a time and place, but I definitely prefer co two beers I think. We've all been, but we've got some pretty good ones here. Big Big spoiler alert. We've got some left hand beers here and we were just talking in the break that left handed kind of cemented themselves as the King of Nitro here in at least Colorado. Yeah. Least along the front range I think if you want nitro beer go to left hand. Yeah. They do some good stuff they do and I'm excited to get into this but dock real quick tacos about Nitra white came out. And what it, what it is for some of those people so Guinness Stout was one of the beers that has a very large following but a lot of people said they didn't want to even get into drinking it because it was just too bitter and they just didn't really care for it much. So after some research and other exploratory stuff they came up with a little widget a little plastic cup sits in the bottom of a can. And they inject the beer with a high pressure nitrogen gas. It's not very much carbonation in it. It's pretty flat. It's just has an awful lot of nitrogen gas in IT and they call it nitro. When you open the can the widget helps release all of the nitrogen, which is not very soluble beer and it just immediately rushes out of the beer as little teeny tiny bubbles and so when you pour that into a glass it cascades and you see that movie signature Cascade Guinness Goes. Down, which is kind of weird. And then you taste it and there's some science not quite solved yet but nitrogen aided beers. Kind of taste, less bitter for some reason, the nitrogen helps to hide some of the bitter flavor and A. Guinness that it's not nitrogen nitrogen aided and one that is on nitro totally different experiences and people loved that Nitro. And so everybody else has been trying it flattens it out a little bit. What I say is that if you're going to have a stout your beginner try night for because I think it's going to. What's the word I'm looking forward Numb de Mello Nello out a lot of those players. Thank you so much. Yeah. It. Mel's. Flavors the first out that I could even drink was a nitra one and now that I've gotten past out, I'm like, what are you mellowing those incredible flavors out four? But these beers here tonight are are pretty good I agree and now now it's not just nitro to mellow out a bitterness in a particular stout. Now, we've branched out and we've done. Interesting things like sours on nitro in regular pails on Nitro and Weird Beers we've tried everything and. It adds a craziness and head becomes very, very creamy. Almost. Yeah for sure Chad. In to minister lasts what would you pair with this? So I, it's Kinda hard to nationally anything with the nitro beer because there are so many styles right now. Doing Nitro. So you just kind of pair what you would with any other if at. Pair Parrot with what you would pay without if it's an IP A. Parrot stay true to that. But you know we have a berry one here. So right something Berry see and I think on lot of these I think dessert because I think that mellow down I think almost more of a syrup. More of that group that that's styling else Keith right that Milky Milky creamy texture creamy. Yeah. Guinness floats or a thing and right and left hand milk stout floats are a thing we have them at the restaurant. But yeah, so desserts are great thing to pair with with Nitro Beers. If you get into the as and the Pales- maybe a little less dessert. Fruit Dessert, right if you're going to go there right. So just kind of depends on the beer in the style. Well, all right enough of US blabbering. Let's take a break. We'll come back on the side. Let's try some. We've got four here that we want to get to. This is Brew Talk We've got beer thirty coming on the other side right here in northern Colorado voice thirteen ten KFI. Dan Patrick, the whole show and Colin. Coward are on northern Colorado's voice thirteen, ten KFI K. Baby will feel on it here on a Wednesday evening. Welcome back in I got guys I. Knew It. I knew eventually gets you guys on lap on an intro gotta get a little wild on Wednesday evening seven, thirty, five the time. That means it is time for what time is it hold on? Well, what time is it, Chad? Lee Roth. It might be beer thirty eight is beer thirty percent by the tavern at. Saint. Michel Square. We've got four NITRO beers to try here early predictions I'm saying we're going three out of four brew talk proved, Hey, what do I know though? So this is where we start. Well, let you start. It's your beard Chad. Go ahead and introduce US and three four also our left hand by the way. We talked about then meeting the king of. NITRO here the state we're GONNA try matt tonight and. I don't know if it was on purpose or not but we did get three out of the four left answer. So this Flamingo Dreams So, this is a berry. Flavored Blonde Ale Very low alcohol very low and alcohol I think most of the ones we have here tonight and I think other than well I guess half of them. Say One of a couple of lives there. There's an imperial and then the other stout but. So. This is raspberries and blackcurrants flavor with this. Left hands very proud of this beer. There is a theme song if you go on Youtube and you can find bubba seeing it. It's on their. Lover and look that up as we talk here. It's you can tell why like they'd be proud of this right? Like what do you think raspberry anything this beer this is what you picture. It's got a great nose on it. The color of it is very, very good and but but the no, no one who tired with the nose right off the bat. Is Impressive. To me I mean that's like, okay. This is what I'm gonNA. Expect Berry right up front loves consistent beers or this one hidden agenda in this. It's a great way to put it in a very. Berries and cream. especially with that nature of coming in your thoughts on this. Yeah I to me I. It seems like it's missing something has this a wonderful? Raspberry note beautiful creamy texture on the on the top and then when I get down into the beer I taste the raspberries and then it just falls flat I. I wish there was a little bit of carbonation at the end of. Biscuit. What are your thoughts? I I hate to play the black sheep but I'm just I've never been much a fan of the fruit and beer thing I just I have this German Ryan Heights Kubota. To me but I mean it was nice. It's got a really good mouth feel and a good head and good aroma to it's just it's not not for you not my palate that's that's fair why I'm GonNa go back to what talks that a little bit here this beer for me starts here and just starts climbing and climbing climate climate, and then it gets to that that that back feel that the final tasting in just plateaus I mean if not falls off a little bit because it sets the bar so. Incredibly high for me with the knows with the with the appearance of the coloring of it. It looks oh good, and then it's like Brad it doesn't finish the job. It's like we'll be played three quarters I'm GonNa take the fourth quarter off in for that I know why I don't like about it but that's the Nitro of it, and that's why I said I don't love Nitro Beers because this beer not not nitro I think would be fantastic beer and I don't know that they make this not hydro. Honestly. I've only. NITRO But Yeah I agree with you I think it's I think there's definitely a market out there for people that would enjoy the spear. But. Yeah. It just kind of. So this theme. Song does it have lyrics? We've got one with without lyrics? Is there one that is? And I don't know if you can find it on Youtube or not, but Ryan will keep looking back there. But. He's looking he hasn't been able to find the lyrics yet, but he'll keep digging here but let's let's talk about it. Let's get into the rain baby that they haven't published the one with lyrics 'cause it's not a very good song. Honestly, it just kind of fun to have a theme song. It is fun things you send the commercial, there's a commercial for. Commercial in the text, the group tax raid. Yeah, and that was. A medical without lyrics right and it was kind of fun. Yeah made me want to try the beer Yeah it it fills me. Feel sure a little bit of like. If you're going to spend that much time creating something for a beer. It should blow my socks off and it didn't do that for me. I'm sorry. I will speak to. Tell them tanner was disappointed in your. Hey, let's get to some ratings here. Chad What are your thoughts final thoughts and rating remember if you're just joining US eight and above brew talk approved anything below don't even were don't even bother buying. Let's go so personally for me. I'm not a huge fan of fruit beers as well. You know starts off strong and just kind of. Out so I'm going to go with a seven. Dumb. I that's maybe a little high for me. The fruit was wonderful at the start and the NITRO 's leaving it very, very bland at the back. So I'm going to have to go maybe six and a half. Biscuit. A solid six. I am going to go. I had ordered this beer and I hate that about myself eight for me but still not brew talk approved. It. Didn't last long. Certified Triangle Short. Time it where I can clear up. Rinse my palate between the next one but. Didn't work either. All right. Let's. Let's stick with left hand here. This is the white Russian nitro. Very excited about this beer got this beer from on the rocks brewing. Brewing on the rocks liquor off highway four, four, thirty, four, holy crap. Let's try this again. This is the white Russian nitro. Got This from on the relax liquor off highway thirty, four and forty seventh avenue there drive open until midnight every day of the can our hitting our stride? Let's say we can keep it going Tony Dave in. The staff we appreciate everything that they do. You can swing by say, Hey, what was that Brew Beer? We had a couple of weeks ago and they'll have it ready to go and let's see if you buy this one this again is the white Russian from Louisiana. Brewing This one was one that this was the last one in there when I got it but this is one that I said. Are you going GonNa get more of this. He said, absolutely, it's been going like crazy excuse me eight point nine percent. Ab on this bad boy. It looks good but it's confusing because anytime you see a white stout, you don't expect that you don't expect that that light colouring for it. That knows is pretty much what you expect when he tastes. Let's let's dive in. Let's start with you. All right. Well I do love White Russians normal drink. This beer the knows I'm not getting such a strong knows but the flavor is really good i. mean you really get that true white Russian tastes when you get it. Together what's What's in a white Russian normally Let's see. Qaluwa. And heroin half the a little happened. With the little coke to or. Do but that's an. Slide someplace. Right right okay. Great. So you're kind of like what they're putting together. Here I'm a fan of this soil. All Right Doc, I was GONNA say the same thing that this definitely is a white Russian but you smell it and then when you start to taste it, you can taste a lot of those Colusa e kind of flavors to. The alcohol is a little on the high side for like ordering this again and again and again. Unless. You've got a ride then in order again again again. But to me I actually am this one. Chedda I. Think this beer abides. It's Got That Vanilla. Soy Tanner's never seen the big Lebowski. So everybody else out there that knows the big Lebowski is a white Russian. Drinker noted, say there's more people that have seen the the big Lebowski than having. Kind of ashamed you've got older than me so. By too much. And they both seen the big little. Okay. Maybe just uncultured. Okay. Just trying to defend myself but I actually I was surprised at how much because this is not typically a beer that I think I would enjoy. Very Vanilla E. little coffee. The the white stoute's always fascinate me right. They're very rare. Yeah. You don't see a whole lot of them and Again, really enjoy this beer. The head on. This is incredible for me and I think that kind of sets the pace for the rest of the rest of the beer that you're gonNA have to have. The reason that I'm I'm surprised that I like this I talk about like Straightforward Beers. What I smell what I see is what I'm going to taste, and it's going to be the way all the way through. That's like you guys have talked about. That's not exactly what you're going to get with this. What you see is not necessarily what you're going to get. That's why they're so rare right what you smell isn't necessarily what you're GonNa get, but somehow it ties together and it works really well on this year's room together it brings the room together man there's my big lebowski quote and I don't even know what a psych mount so. They can get bides. Sure. I like it. I really do surprised me that I liked it this much. I feel like I would love a white Russian I don't know if I've ever had I've had color on a bulletin. If you like Colorado. Beloved. Bang but I like this a lot eight, point, nine percent you say, you wouldn't order a couple of them. This is one that if it's a little cold outside maybe some flurries flying. Let's kick a couple of back and let's Uber Outta here and have a good night maybe if you're bowling right well. You didn't notice right there. That's you know and chat or something I normally I'm just like, yeah, I agree. Sure. There's your big. Let's get to some ratings here. This is my beer. I'll go first I like this beer a lot. Like how it all ties together at the end for me I think it is true to what it says it is that's important for me for all those reasons I'm going to the nine on this one, Chad A. Big. Score, go a little lower to with an eight still a great beer. I think the situation has to be perfect for me to drink more than one But yeah, I think it's a good beer and I'm going to do exactly the same This is an eight for me. Great Beer. And with the right situation yeah I'd order a second one so. Yeah. This this is something I bring with me on a chairlift to go snowboarding. I really like this one, I'm going to give it a nine. Love it that's what talking about biscuit. Let's. That does make it. Prue, talk approved. All right. All right. Where are we going? NEXT ONE GO AHEAD DOCUMENT TRUCE's bad boy oh we gotTA. We gotta go here. We gotTA. Guess you're okay. So this happens to be Belle, haven black it is a Scottish stout on Nitro. It is. It is a from Dunbar Scotland. Smooth deep and distinctive is there little slogan on the side against sounds like a Cologne. This this burry has been around since. Seventeen hundreds and this time it happens to be a Scottish stout. All right somebody else talk here. Irish doubts you don't hear. A lot about Scottish doubts very often. Scottish I. Think you know we have eason and red resin. Forward forward still. Yeah. But this is I'm really enjoying this beer a lot. Biscuit. What do you think? Yeah, this reminds me of Scotland for sure really mult- forward. Really Roasti multi like that an. Awesome color. I like the really dark thick colors with Nice. Not Pale head just a little bit Brown really good-looking beer and it it does taste. Really Nice. Guinness I mean like that's what i. that's what I taste on this very similar. Yeah. That's where I'm an. Two percent you're you're you're close to the alcohol content. To me I think this one is maybe a little bit more roasting then again. Too. Much. I made. I don't I do disagree with with the professionals but to me, it's it's. It's a Louis. It's not that far off though I mean I feel like it's pretty pretty darn close. If I poured maybe that's why I like it so much that could be you are big Guinness Guy. I'm coming around to it but but. You know see for me one or two of these about does the trick like I don't I don't think I could order more white Russians than I go to the gym I don't know what I don't know why it is that. What what are you laughing I? Disagree with that no, no, no no. I can drink these all night land. Actually, could they alcohol content is low enough? that. I'm going for the flavor here again for the depends on. At the Bar, we've talked about that kind of the Beers I'm attracted to at the point. A little thin I wish it was a little thicker mouth. I'd probably like this better for it wasn't Nitra I. think that's where I'm going back to this. I think that it just leaves me underwhelmed at the finish I. Really Do I don't think it's it's great when it when it finishes off there but. That's just me, but this is your beer. Let's start with the ratings. So Act as a a nitro stout tends to go this I think is probably one of my favorite nitro. Stoute's I love the roast genus and So. Not a big nitro Fan but as Nitro, beers go I'm going to give this one a nine okay. Nice. Nice. I really liked the roster. I wish they would stick around a little bit longer on the palate. Maybe if it was co two would stick around while they kind of it's good and then it tapers off pretty quickly. But when you get that I drink, it's really really good and I love the estate I'm GonNa give it a nine as well. I'm going lower than that unfortunately. I'm not buying this beer buying stock in it not for me. I'm going with a seven on this year. I thought so much higher of you before you just. Really. Quick. I could. Sit and drink several of these and really interesting. Guinness like. Sloppy Guinness Honor knows I really do think everybody a black haven buring company would be extremely upset. Yeah I think so too. It is. It's very. Similar but it's very different from McGinnis. But I'm going to go nine and a half. This is going to pain me. This is brutal approved. Boo, who did that? How dare they? We got one last beer here. Just a couple of minutes left Zombie skiffs boy. This is where this is what I was going to bring in I'm glad I didn't we got one here. This is the Galactic Cowboy? Yeah let's Go Ryan. He's ready for a here. Let's pass over I'm way behind because I. It wild name what does it galactic cowboy that'd be like if I ever got into like riding bulls or something like that I'd like that too much. My nickname is the black cowboy. For smooth and cosmetically. Dark. cosmetically sorry cosmetics. What is cosmetically mean? I don't know but well, it's the difference between makeup and the universe. The universe, not the makeup of the universe. Oh, we don't never much time left. Let's talk. Go ahead. Doc Zone go somebody go. Okay. So this one is definitely an imperial Ale have. it to me. It's kind of not quite a stout. It's more of an imperial bail. It's not as roast he is I would like to see but. I'm feeling it. Yeah. I agree it could. That could be a lot more malt forward in this beer. Still a good beer would order it again. Very Rusty I would I would drink one of these. Like, it a lot. I like this one better than the other one. Let's go. Let's start ratings rapid fire chat. I'm going to go with rapid fire wrapping nine, nine, nine, nine, eight, nine that makes bird tiger approved. Dan. Hurry go to break got like forty seconds left. When we come back it's brew talk. North. Dakota's voids thirteen ten KFI okay. Do you like to drink beer. Do you like to talk about beer that we have a show for you really enjoy this spring company a lot. 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Episode 92: Princezilla

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Episode 92: Princezilla

"Hey everybody. Hi Welcome. Welcome. Welcome over resumed. Great a wonderful hot fucking day is really hard. It's really hot here. It's like way too fucking hundred nine today I don't think might answer stop sticking to me. More. Days. Super. SWEATY Super Super Studies. So sweaty glistening glistening. It's more. It sounds Nicer I. Yeah. It's does but I'm actually just like sweating to death is like a pig how sweating like a pig that's how I feel I take three showers a day because I feel like I'm just like sweating all the time right now. So woke up everybody on Jacoby I'm heather and together we make A. You're listening to others random stuff on this. Fabulous Super fucking hot day and we have our tech assistant here make. To Hey. That's that's all we're going to get from her so. Breath you heard was her that was her so good job, Megan? Bob The top for you I'd K. deserve that. I just got back from a little three and a half day Vaca-. We forgot the facebook live. Sorry. Oh, I totally just didn't even think about it. I just thought about I just right now it hasn't been a fun facebook live because we were able to do a lot a lot and we were like like I said sweating miserable. And End. Mask everywhere. But Rescinded Have Fun Oh my God it was so fun so fun this shopping we drank the wine. Yeah. Didn't do a lot of wine-tasting because we were allowed to. No No, and they're they're tightening the restrictions that was the last week. You could even do wine tasting unless you're like outside actions have been in place today Oh. Yeah. Today at ten o'clock. So you have to wine taste outside when it's one hundred and ten degrees so I don't see that happen. That's not really fun for. wineries that I see Mr no, even shade you. No, it was full on Sun and that's that's hot nobody so hot it's now boy now. So. Any who sorry guys. So we're drinking wine at home now. The air conditioning and the air conditioning we're just hoping air conditioners keep going. Yeah. We keep you I look at it and I pet it and I say, thank you. Please continue to work of art. I feel like they worked fine but we being told because of their age age and plus they're just stressed right now because it's so hot outside they're coming on all the time been bumping up even though I'm stressing not thrilled with how I am. Still Hot. So, Megan was in charge of our ice breaker question today. Yes. So she looked over the list and she has one that she would like to ask. So do you WANNA go ahead Okay am is different than what I thought. I was going to do 'cause I. Don't know why you haven't done it before. So it just looks fun. Okay. If you could physically fight any historical figure, who would it be and y? Ou. Can I fight by can fight somebody you know I kind of like to fight Hitler and beat the shit out of him. Down I think that would be fun like if no one intervened because. A Little Guy. kind of a little guy. You beat them I'm not little. So I felt I felt like I could beat the shit out of him. He did fighting a war but also he was an art student. So well, if if if it was, you know equal terms like nyquil ramping no weapons, your hands I feel like I can beat the Shit Outta. Hitler. and that would be super satisfying to do that. I'm trying to think of a name here, but I can't think of a name I would go for someone who died that did massive animal abuse Oh okay outer. Yeah. Yeah. If it was a poacher. I would probably make sure that I, let them loose in the wild and I would hunt them. They would have no idea when they would actually die I would just let them stress for I'd have track the whole time I'd know where they were at all times and let them wait for the things that they were nice and safe and then. Yeah, I'd go for it. Yeah. I probably wouldn't shoot him. I want to make it slow well, like trap for trap and let him dangle there for a while whether they be haning or just trapped with a big trap on their leg, a and then. I'd hope an animal comments this me. All they probably would probably much there absolutely, and then they were still alive I start cutting off stuff. elephants Oh. So me right Oh so mean to the raw big game hunter people that are just mean, why would you do that I? Don't even that's what I would go for. I would seriously that's what I I wish I had a name in my head but I go do some research I would find a in my I would find the name but that's what I go for what about you may. I'm trying to think there are. I'd to do. the person that killed Hamilton. And the dual. Them but he killed Hamilton but he's gut he felt bad about it though. How do you feel bad about killing somebody after you killed them. He was going to die I we shot, but then Hamilton didn't shoot shot in the air thought he was going to die assuming killed and then he felt bad because. It wasn't trying to kill him no goal but he thought Hamilton was going to try and kill them and but Hamilton shot in the air. He didn't shoot at him because he wasn't because he said he could not have someone's death on his conscience Hambleton. Hamilton wasn't many duels before that. Yeah. But he never shot at someone Y- shot up in the air. People shooting against always show up in the air to no no no, he was never like in a dual was like twelve tools. And that's what I. That's what I read was he was in like many many many duels life and then he actually died and his last. They only show him at participating in the fatal duel I know some of them people actually broke up the dual and they like sorted out before God yeah. Okay, that's one of the commandments would also. Tend to old commandment in the in the battle of Yorktown he was in a war. Yeah. It. I. Don't WanNa Fistfight someone from American Revolution Oh. I WANNA go to a bar and get drunk in fistfight some like. But I just heard a catalina okay. Like thieves guild like I know there is this like terrifying pirate who is like one of the first pirate women that was like? Everywhere I wanNA, fistfight her because if I win, she'd probably let me like go with her and be a pirate. Yeah. That's true. Code of honor kind of thing. You better you could take over her shift and be drunk I. let her get drunk. Yeah. But you need to say clearheaded than you can beat her ass because if you're drunk, you can't fight very well it's actually. Pretty. Yeah, but you still fall down a lot. Well, this is true. But. The person down with me true. Actually, a fighting stance called the drunken stands for you pretend like you're drunk because if throws off your enemy and also when you're like staggering like that, it's easy to shift your weight from foot the foot and you can move around. Okay. I think I could kick ass stance. Yeah, I could do this. Yeah I. Probably don't fistfight. Just make do it does she's more bad ass than I am. So I would just like Oh. Yeah. You WanNa go hold on a second heather. This person wants to go. And I'm like, okay, let's go. I love, I love this back then people get fights and no one breaks it up. You just got to see who will just gotta go gotTA fight. You gotta tell someone's gets knocked out Yup? Yup I do not believe in kicking someone when they're down. Oh No. Now if they're down, they're down. Yep. Now if they try to get back up, that's bear game. All the way up. All right. Well, that's a good icebreaker nice man. Today. We are talking about something that we're both kind of fascinated with and I think a lot of Americans who fascinated with we don't have it here. We don't have it here So today we're GonNa talk about fifty different things that you didn't know about the British royal family. So we're very excited because we WADA WE watched the wedding a couple summers ago of Megan and Harry like heather recorded. Harry. was was kate wasn't a now I was. Even Harry Yeah. Oh, it was. It was kate and Wasn Keeton while I'm as Megan Harry the lay marriage so. We're GONNA. Go over some things. I was so excited for that. So these are just some little facts. I found online I don't know if they're all true but it was on a reader's digest article so like if it's Reader's Digest Reader's digest is pretty accurate. So random site on the Internet. Yeah. It's not like I made it up or some shit like that. Because I never do that now never. Good wine is so good. Okay. It's a good strong. Yeah. It really is Buchwalter oh. Gosh. Okay. I'm let's start out. So these are just short little facts moult just discuss. Okay. Queen Elizabeth. The second when she travels, she travels with supplies of her own blood. What what do you mean troubles? Isn't she dead meaning The second is not dead values the Wayne the one we have now is Elizabeth the third though she's a second who I thought we have three. Thirty they'll third yet. Her mom or straight. I don't know because her mother was Queen Mary I believe it might have been married and I think her mom was Queen Elizabeth the first. Okay. I. Don't know I can look at but anyways, she travel with supplies of her own blood just in case something happens to her And she does need a blood transfusion and it's her own blood and she doesn't have to take a transfusion from somebody. You don't know because that's kind of weird and scary actually. Yeah. But test. I know but still it's I duNno, I guess I'd want My. Oh I don't know. It's it's you know. You don't want someone going Oh my gosh, my blood's in Queen Elizabeth. So she was named after her mom. Okay. Her mom is Queen Elizabeth I. Okay. Okay. Elizabeth the second. this isn't that surprising to me but of all of the royals prince, Charles is the least favorite. After. That shocking we will whoa WHOA WHOA WHOA isn't Camelia Camilla less. I don't know if she's considered part of the Royal Family is he's Actually supply blind line between. I don't think she's going to be the queen though I think he's supposed to be is the princess consort she's. Not, give they wouldn't give her the Queen Title, right? The divorce Diana thing. So Charles, the least favourite royal of them. He's my least favorite. I can't. I don't like him either like him I don't like him at all I. Think is a little Wuss. He's a little wuss. He had the Mary a beautiful girl, and then he did not do what he needed to do for her. You have to keep having an affair because he wasn't enough to stand up and say, Hey, I don't care. You don't like Camilla Yeah I'm gonNA marry her anyway. Yeah. But if you're not gonNA be man enough to do that and you marry someone else Mary that young of a virgin bride fame. Then, what you're? And don't mess it up and he messed it up I know Diana is a beautiful so pure and sweet and he just he's a jackass Jacka. Yeah I'm not. He's not. He's my least favorite royal. I did feel bad for him a little bit in the crown though sometime did you well when he? School. Yeah I felt bad when he got sent to that boarding school because it looked like it sucks so bad but his dad went there and it was so good for him. Yeah. But it looked like a sucker as dad too. But he made him a man but it made him into the tough, ass you know guy. Faust he's not he's so. He's like the wimpy of the wimpy's. there was a documentary that aired in June of Nineteen sixty-nine about the royal family, but it's never to be shown to the public again since nineteen sixty nine, I remember when that was done because they got a lot of bad reviews that was also well, Queen Elizabeth and her advisors thought that showing the public the royals everyday life could be dangerous this but Philip wanted them Oh Philip someone wanted the crown is correct. This is off a TV show a lot of their stuff is correct. Fudge a little bit but that's actually if you the episode that was on there or maybe. You haven't seen that season. Yeah I. Don't think I've seen. I haven't seen. So he actually says that they any kind of promotes this and says that they need to do this documentary and they bring the cameras into the House and they show them and then they get crushed by the media. Really. Need to watch third watch the third season rushing. Okay. When King George the six, the died well, then Princess Elizabeth was in Kenya Nineteen. Fifty. She did not have an all black outfit handy though she'd. By the morning so they had to deliver address to her plane when she arrived in the United Kingdom because you have to wear all black. if somebody dies exactly and they just weren't prepared for that one. Trip they forgot the packs of black dress and that's also sad that you always have to comply dressing case somebody dies that like well, she could not go off the airplane, right should change it before. Yeah, and she got into it. I remember on the crown when that happened that was the first time where they had the tell Philip, he couldn't go off the plane before her. Oh Yeah. He's pissed crown goes I yep always. Always. But he got always gets to go second which was hard for her sister. Yes Yup Yup around goes I get and then the ones in the concert. The second one seems like a no brainer. The Queen never travels alone will Zillion servants ago with the. Serving staff. She. Travels with thirty four people including her royal doctor Private Secretary Hairdresser Press Officers, eight bodyguards and many more thirty four people that always accompany her. Private secretary she's had on her life. Oh, I know that seems like it'd be a stressful job. The very first one was my favorite. That's in the crown. Really well, I liked him he was a battle I don't remember after watch it again. Yeah he was also you need to watch it again I need to watch again. All right. I'm listening at home watched the crown or you're probably not gonNA understand this podcast. This is true unless you follow the Royal Family. Yes and then the crown falls a pretty good. I'm pretty good. I'm Queen Elizabeth. The second enjoys a tuna sandwich every now and then, but she does not like the crust they have to cut the crusts off a door -able. I've heard with her food she actually eats almost the exact same almost every day. Oh, that's cute because and that's what she's credited for longevity of hey because she eats very healthy, maybe we shall eat tuna sandwiches of the. Fact I don't know if it's in there. Is there anything about her purse and what I don't know? Yes I don't know yet because getting of. that. We're getting there. Okay. All right. Her favorite afternoon tea is earl grey tea and has to be made just right. She has a monogrammed kettle that she takes with her on all of her trips. Plus they have sausages from Harrods at are packed and trouble with her also because she house have the tea in the saw like everything sp exactly. They say what I'm saying she does exact same routine every day. Hey, that's awesome. That's why she says she's lived so long. So if I if I continue with my peanut butter sandwich every single day maybe this is yeah they're all great and sausages are like your peanut butter sandwich I have to have something peanut butter. You to do. I will attest to that fact. Okay she will, and if you ever notice the Queen Wearing dresses and skirts her skirt never flies up, they'll never realize up because all the skirts that the royalty where are weighted down so that they will not all of them because Kate has some mishaps to has she. So. Has Megan outlets. You know I thought they queen hasn't out the Queen Yeah of course. When the royals travel abroad Prince Charles and Camilla Duchess of Cornwall. have. Their police bodyguard Kerry. Drinks Gin and tonic for him and red wine for her. This other they're just like drunk all the time. That's what I'm hearing I. Heard I don't know if it's if it's real or not that they're actually not really happy in their marriage will not if they're drunk all the time. But. I also heard that she might have liver cancer right now is dying roundly and that he will not pull strings polar up on the donor list but this all could be fabrication be. Name but he doesn't that he won't divorce her because she has a diary, all the secrets that CC's instructed her children to release. If it's not. Like if it's a weird unless. Special Ed she thinks it. Sounds like she thinks off Diana. Really. A comparison theory that Diana go off on purpose could want to kill. That, point there. she probably knew shit about him. She knew shit about him and she was kind of a troublemaker for wow. That's what a lot of people. There's a lot of documentaries on a lot of books about them thinking that the royal family actually killed Diana killed now camellias supposedly thinks there's a chance of her. Being off because they're not well I think the queen's ever really liked her that. Much right. Yes you don't cross them just like the Clintons in America you don't cross the Clintons because you end up dead. You don't cross the Royal Fan. I don't have very much nicer to say about over go there on here. Because I don't WANNA be off. So surely. Don't care about this podcast Quinn flying risky. They would never let to royal heirs travel on the same plane. Accident. Okay. Prince Harry and William Apparently Love American. Fast. Food. When they were young Princess Diana asked her family shift to cancel lunch for her sons because they wanted to go to McDonalds. Hey cute very. Cute they wanted a big Mac. It. Probably, one of the happy meal I know with their snort toy did you guys know that? Hitler actually really liked American films. And he would have people bring him films from America and he would sit in his office and watch them until Charlie. Chaplin made the Movie Making Fun of him and he sought did he speak English? Hitler Yeah I don't know how did he? How did he understand what's going on if he had a translator in the room? Charlie Chaplin made a movie that was basically silent making fun of him and calling him stupid and he stopped watching films after that. I have he spoke English because I. Remember that big thing with The guy that applicator the fromm the thing with Hitler Okay Oh. That's right. That's right. That's right. The brother though says, no, he did not speak English. They are maybe they were subtitles or something. Yeah. When the Queen gave birth to Prince Charles in nineteen forty, eight Prince Phillip was playing squash in the palace and it was customary that during a rural birth, it was only females and no fathers or males were allowed in the delivery room that's normal though I for that time. Was the. Crawl. was accurate. He was only in the room for the last child. Yeah. Probably just the last one. Yeah. Kate. Middleton. When she stepped out where after Prince George's born from the hospital, the very first appearance she had honored Princess Diana by wearing this light blue polka-dot dress. Yes. which was very similar to the one Diana Award just after William born she remembered that. Kate has also you know I don't know if this is on there but supposedly Harry was he inherited the engagement ring. Oh, did he die answered? Yes he inherited Diana's. He get. No, he gave it to William because that's Kate's engage in memory. And supposedly, Megan was very upset about that. When she found out, she was well, I think Megan thought she was. GonNa be like somehow. Harry and her with Stipe Sidestep. Will. Become the Queen and came I don't know I'm not a big fan at all time maybe. I've a Megan Fan of you. Thank you. Yes. I'm Megan Markle Fan I'd also different I don't know like her much. the Queen's birthdays actually celebrated twice yes. It is for over two hundred, sixty years over fourteen hundred soldiers two hundred horses four hundred musicians gathered to parade around the official celebration of the sovereign's birthday on the second Saturday in June, and it's called the trooping of color. That's right. I thought her Szott, her actual birthday I, want someone to do that for me. You will do that and Disneyland. We'll have them do the parade and have a make a special team for your. I'll try fantastic even have to go out there with my own side. They might not be able to join you for the rest of the Disneyland. Might lock me up or something after that would be awesome. Queens ever been to Disneyland I doubt it'd be of France maybe. I'll google. When traveling the Royal Family is not allowed to eat seafood because it has high risk of unit you sick that's right. Let's see. Hold on what's the next one the queen. LIKES TO EAT OUT A to go containers. Yeah The. Queen, as eat fruit and Kellogg's from plastic containers probably just you know just probably fucking hungry interests like I don't have time for your diamond crest plate. So just give it to me. Also I like how it says that they have to do all the stuff, but it's the she's the Queen Change whatever she wants. Exactly I'll just be like that's not a role. Anymore and then it's not yeah. So for the dinner so that they have at the palace I can apparently they have a book and every month is Queen, selects them meals she wants from the Menu Book Oh. So you know just like I want this or you know she's like I feel on tacos tonight or whatever I don't know if they've Tacos over there but. I'm sure they have Tacos I'm just not sure there served at the Buckingham Palace. Yeah everyone must dress up for dinner. Yes. Obviously. Apparently. Kate. Middleton sits the same way that Diana used to sit. Yeah. They never sit with their legs crossed at the knee instead they're lake send knees or together, and they crossed their ankles do yes. In the documentary the Queen at Ninety Sophie, the Countess of Wessex explained that the real reason the queen wears super bright colors all the time is so people can see here from far away they want to be able to purpose she does Yano purpose. So. I hit book otherwise I'm going to add that okay one thing. Despite the Queen's loud outfits you will never catch brightly painted nails that's not allowed. No royals allowed to have Franklin. Nude color they can have nude or with a light color nothin lavish. So yeah, the also all have to wear pantyhose at all time. Why are these rules that's always been in the Royal Family for roles? I. Don't sure why. Because not. Doubt in certain ways this certain appearance that they have to give off, they have to have all these rules. You, think you're not GONNA see one royal most what I've read I even though they can have other callers I heard it was only nude. Nail this just says light color. So probably be like a light pink maybe he knew or something like that. Yeah. Definitely. GonNa. See Blue or red no purple or anything like that. Going to be pretty much nothing nothing. Okay. In nineteen seventeen King George. V assigned the quote Windsor as the Royal Family's official surnames correct and in nineteen sixty, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phil proclaimed that their descendants not style not styled as Royal Highness title of Prince or Princess would take the surname mountbatten windsor that got taken than the or no? No No. What year was that thousand nine, hundred, sixty. Okay remind. Mountbatten Windsor? Yes. As long as they weren't the. The heir to the throne I think. Okay well. Has To be just windsor. Well Yeah. Any that's people not. A Royal Highness or Prince or Princess. Prince. Yes. so little prince storage. You will only see him in shorts because it's an English tradition that any that only older boys and men were pants, so he will only wear short. So that's just the tradition. It's just like it's so cute though to see him in little sorts of socks and. All right. The Queen Mother was always late to dinner. She was always fifteen minutes They would always tell her that dinner is fifteen minutes earlier than it was that she was show up on time. Yes. Okay. She was always late. Princess Diana's sister which one lady Jane Fellowes that the one that was that was actually dating or Charles I. Think Right or was she was in The one. That was Jay said this is Prince Harry's aunt. Both of their aunts. But. Why did I. Don't know why this is Prince Harry's aunt. Attended. In read this song of Solomon at his wedding as a way of helping to celebrate the memory of the late Princess. That's why the only mentioned. Okay. Because it was just about his wedding. And Herring Megan were the first to invite in American speaker to a royal wedding. The bishop, it was a Bishop Michael Bruce Curry Oh. Yes. He spoke at their wedding I one. K They did they broke a lot of traditions. Megan Marco will wear department store clothes. Does anybody care about Meghan markle anybody cares care about Megan Markle, Oh, my God. Okay. The Queen as sweet to she loves chocolate dark chocolate. Good woman. Yeah. WHO Doesn't? We. Love a queen. Megan was the first to wear Queen Elizabeth's wedding t ARA. Oh Queen Elizabeth the seconds grandmother. Queen. Mary was her t ARA. Because making wasn't she wanted the Queen's Tiara and the Queen wouldn't let her have. Okay. So she whereas the other one. Nice. Okay. But her granddaughter Beatrice that just got married. She got the wear one of the Queen's a wedding, a wedding dress she wore one of her ballgowns for. Only yeah and wore the tr she wore on her wedding. Nice and supposedly that she's so cute. Okay so I hope a lot of this is hearsay because making just sounds like a bitch she does right the royal family opens all their Christmas gifts on Christmas Eve Okay K.. Usually royal family since about eight hundred Christmas cards and the Queen's cousins have their cards signed with her nickname. A little bit Elizabeth Lilibet I know that Philip calls that and cabbage. Oh. Okay. Yeah. issue. Yeah. The French word for cabbage is what her nick famous Queen Elizabeth. The second hates the taste and smell of garlic she does she will not allow anything nothing can have garlic in it. Now thing how can you hate garlic? Fantastic. No garlic every food in that. House plan. Tam Yeah. Princess Diana's engagement ring was called the commoner's Sapphire. She collage oshii selected her engagement ring from jewelry collection catalog instead of making it custom. That's why it's like well, so famous. Mine's very similar. Is it? Yeah except it's not a Sapphire Oh we should. What is it posted? Minds, have ruby but it's the same thing they're very, very close because I loved her rain so much. It's very, very close. We're a has the three stones and diamond surrounding it. Nice. Hers is bigger of up well, yeah rubies or just. Read Safire's Oh they're literally the same stone okay. Let's see Prince. William was the first royal not to start school in the palace. Now, they went to a regular school. Yeah. And Go to the boarding school that Charles went through. That's right because he had such a horrible experience Princess Diana loved ballet she. She was a dancer she was you can tell by the her form like she's so chew so thin and lifts and long. Kate Middleton broke royal protocol in Germany should greeted a group of children with warm. Hugs while visited charity and usually they only handshake but she like hugged the kids and stuff. Oh? Yeah. You're not supposed to do that. Did it though. Diana, hugged so many kids into she hugged people with AIDS was just wants to break that barrier where she showed people that people with AIDS can be touched and you're not gonna get it. Yeah. Diana was amazing. She was. Also remember where you were out when she died. Our exactly where I was I was. With my mom when you heard about it, Yep, I was driving home from my friend's house and it came on the radio. Devastated. The McGinnis on an. Excuse the really loud meowing and they probably can't hear it. Right on this thing for you that the hair. So I heard it in the microphone you could hear it and I could I could definitely hear it. Well, that was just buddy. The royal or the Queen owns gloves from forty years ago. Keeps everything do this talk about when they actually had that thing go on when they were So you probably saw it on the crown to where a they got kind of educated by A. Writer. That was basically went on the interview and basically said stuffy they were yeah and they ended up opening her home starting well, people now take their gloves off. Yeah. So they would actually touch people. That was the role thing about what they did. They did they did. The Queen is not the Royal Family member with the highest net worth. Though, she'd assist surprising to me. Who has the highest net worth? I would think it's Charles. Tiny little Princess Charlotte what how does she have it? I. Don't know. That's what this is. Must have a lot inherited tour already I. Guess That's a weird. Kate Middleton did her own wedding makeup. Before her. Precise. The royal family likes to eat leftovers. They don't waste food good for them. Oh here's the purses. Okay. I can't wait to hear about the purses because I have many meaning K.. The Queen Her Majesty is nearly always photographed with the purse that matches her outfit but instead of using it to hold personal belongings, the way she is holding it since a secret message to her staff. It does that's very tricky. There's mid an awesome. They'll. There's many different symbols of it like say Love C-. Of this. She puts her purse on the table when they're eating, it means that she's Done. And it's over get me out of here or if she's now she's the one hand. The other means she's done talking to whoever she's talking and someone is to come relieve her from this conversation. Oh. Wow. Let's see. It says any of those things it doesn't and these are just search short quick little. Oh into. Okay. Do you have to click through to get more details? Watches gave some details? FRUITCAKE is a royal wedding tradition. Anyone likes fruitcake now I don't like for. Prince Harry and Meghan markle broke the wedding cake tradition. Why are they still talking about them? Talk About Megan Markle and hair, they served a lemon elder flour cake with buttercream frosting Oh. That sounds delicious. Good. King. Charles. The second believed that keeping Ravens in the terror of London protected the tower and preserve the monarchy. So he would keep six to seven ravens living in the Tower of London I loved the actually I like. Show Q., they're so smart Oh. My God love Ribbons Prince Charles would have people iron his shoelaces. Press. Charles is a bitch. He who irons shoelaces Hurley Prince Charles has other people iron he can't even iron literally have to take I. Don't know I just don't think be that privileged where you actually make someone else iron your shoelaces want him iron ion them yourself you have to literally take them out of the shoes and probably wash them first and then iron them and put them back in the just by Goddamn pair of shoes I mean how? Okay anyways. That's very that's very what is that? That's what I'm looking for the girl. That's like Bridezilla? Yeah. He's like a FM. He's a Prince Prince? Philip. It's a print Sylla I. Love that yuck print Silla. Every, I really hope he doesn't become thing I know nobody wants nobody wants to him and go to William I, know gap him and go to. William. Every morning from seven to nine a Scottish Bagpipe player wakes up Queen Elizabeth under her window because that's what she likes. I. That that'd be so fun from the episode of Friends. Where sorry we're Joey has the guy that has neighbor that things every morning. Yeah. Oh Yeah. That's right. uh-huh. Remember when they had to switch apartments Rachel quite this with senior that's right. Yeah. The royal luggage is always color coded. So, everybody has their own color. Say No. The Queen owns the most salons and the united. Kingdom. Owns Wan's I don't own any. You're telling me. You wouldn't want to go into your backyard garden and then just have a bunch of swans. You can pet everywhere I don't think you pet swamped. I, mean, actually I think they bite your fingers off you raise them right Wall Thi- raised one. It would love me but I haven't raised any of the Queen's Swan. So I don't know if they would love me that was actually the last one. Oh. She wants all the ones. We even talk about a lot of things. So the Queen Elizabeth Loves Corgis she always has a bunch of corgis. Are Actually, treated better than most other people in the world they had their own room that they are fed and the Queen, and they have to be hand fed by her own people and they have a certain meal they have to be fed. and she's owned multiple. Corgis at our life Nice. Robin would love that Yup that's why I'm saying is for Robin. So she knows there's Quirky and the Queen's live. She has like roiled in rural breeds. She hasn't Broil Dogs Royal Dogs Penny and Sheldon Her Royal Opinion Sheldon or Can you graduations Robin? You imagine just being able to just like one day you just go. To one of your servants and. I want to Husky dog make it happen. And then later that day you get a Husky dog. Yeah I know I know that's amazing. Right or you could say anything you could say, Hey, I want you know. I don't know I. Want some tacos. At a Margarita go get it for me now. Appears. You do have to get dressed up for the tacos. By now, if I was queen up the first thing that goes. So instead of getting. There won't be dressing up no or dinner at stressing down for dinner you got in your PJ's. Your slippers dressing up just to spill sauce all down the front of my shirt if I mean some Frickin Taco. That's on is a spill sauce on you. I yeah. Don't think you're supposed to do that I know you're not supposed to but I will you know what else I would love as Royal There's like a content, what is the container or a cantor of alcohol every corner of every room And you just see them always have a drink here. We just walk around drunk like the whole time if we were royals yeah there's probably no one wants to Maria's. Open up the globe and there's a drink in there. Yeah. When you're done with that the pencil on your tables actually key. The inside of the desk, which also holds drink and it's just well, I would just have my hand out well, I. Think people just bring it to you right and they would just put it on my hand at all times. Instead of moving your purse signal, you don't want to talk to someone that's the signal that you need alcohol. or I would do I would look at my assistant and go I don't WanNa talk. Anymore like I'm not going to do a personal magic's give you the fuck out of here right now I think I'd be Pretty Blunt Royal Yeah you bore me you'd be like you know what I gotta go I'm done with him I don't want to talk to you anymore but by the militia Listen. Year barring. All, right. That's all I got. All right. So any who? Anybody has any other little tidbits that we haven't talked about Gordon does but heather knows like a lot about the royal family you I read a lot about them. Yeah. But thank you guys for listening tests and I ramble on and on love it though is fantastic. Thank you again for being here. Yeah. She's super impressed by. But she just got off of a Nice Three Day holiday at my house. Yeah. She did was not a holiday I almost threw my back turned into your cat boxes. To do today. Doom yesterday Megan had got to house sit for her well we were out drinking and on our trip it was oh. Did. Such wonderful job. Yeah all animals are accounted for. And they all have cleaner boxes and food and their medicine and everything. Fantastic. Yeah. I thought we lost a Colusa for a day. Everyone drinks everyone thinks she lives close never going outside she usually came out at like night and then she just did it one I like whereas Qaluwa Lake. The you gotta go finder will we couldn't find her. So we just went to bed in the morning shoes, their New Orleans. And she was just there. There's a few cats in the house. You don't ever have to worry about because I'm never going outside they're never going anywhere includes one of them. She's too scared to go do anything I know captain wanted out. or he just wants attention. Well, if you leave any room and he can't be with, you, say you go out to the garage. He'll sit in the laundry room or the door and meow or if you go out the front door, he'll sit at that spot and then meow at you the back door, any door you disappear. meows at you. Until you come get up and then the most frustrating thing is because he does not my scrapbooking room. Yeah. opened the door as me all there for half an hour knowing the crap on me open the door the come in. Oh Man. He just sits there and then you can't get them in. Then you finally pick that kiss gas up and bring them in the room. Then he sets the door meows get out There's no making this cat. Happy. Yeah. That's well that's at our you. If you open the door, they run out at. Just because the doors open, even if they were just out and I came in, if you open up the door and hold it open, they'll run back out. Because they feel like if the door's open, they should run through it I don't know. Issue in my house I don't want your. Are. All right. Thank you everyone everybody have a fantastic. So Yup and we'll see you next time.

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Episode 36: Best (Airline) Credit Card Rewards Program: Part 3

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Episode 36: Best (Airline) Credit Card Rewards Program: Part 3

"But you can't for another Schnitzer. Gobin fifteen is my limit on suspicion of any problems. Dial information thank you for calling is going to be very popular. Hello and welcome to your life. Podcast your weekly dose for All Things Travel Food and leisure we are your hosts my name is Don Meyer in my name is Aaron Meyer. And thank you once again for joining us this week. Thanks for continuing to join US week after week. We really appreciate your support. We hope you're finding it useful if anything especially in today's interesting time so you know. We can all benefit from a nice little distraction. But even more so. I think you know what we've been talking about. The last few weeks have been around the different credit card programs. The different options that you have for the different loyalty programs and I think you know in light of what's going on. We are going to get through. This life will continue to you. Know or we'll find a way to get back to normal and we'll have an opportunity to go back and start traveling again so it's really a good opportunity to take a look and see what's out there. You know realistically what programs are available. What different options you have for different loyalty programs do some research and you know which program works the best for you. Exactly what you after. And in a what you value the most and then last episode we talked about that could be the access to lounges at the airport. Because you travel so much or it could be the two programs that we highlight it. Ultimate rewards a membership rewards with American Express where they have flexibility to turn to point into either the airline or the hotel motels days or even the gift cards at Cetera right global entry and stuff like that is where the hundred dollar credit towards global entry fee and whatnot. So there's no one credit card that fits all needs type of a situation I think and and I use to avoid anything with a annual fee right no way but if you really do a lot more research many of the benefits that come with certain credit cards is actually councils off most of the annual fee and again if you are if you spend on certain categories a lot and if you can find a credit card that can offer the most benefits in that category with the travel industry or It could be dining and restaurant. You know that sort of categories you spend the most. They're they're just credit card that caters to those specific span categories. So just the knowing which credit card offers you the most value. I'm beginning to think the credit cards with high annual fees. Sometimes sometimes you pay off so especially now you know since we are spending a good amount on food in particular A great opportunity to sign up for some of those rewards programs that offer you additional miles every meal purchase or grocery store or visited that we do so you know. It's a really good time to take a look and see what's out there in. We're we're doing some research here. We figured we'd share some of that with you right so last week. We touched on a it. Was the hotel site of last week. We kinda came back from a couple of weeks changing travel plans and all that sort of thing. We're little little disheveled to say the least adjusting. Yeah Ted started a new segment around the drink of the week which will get into. Yes we're going to start off with that. But the last episode prior to the Shutdown. Everything was around. You're right the hotel rewards programs that we were highlighting. Yes so we are going to talk about airlines today. Yeah but first. We promised last week. We're going to start off with with our recipe of the week this week. Wow Okay well. You know after some much deserved enjoyment in in relaxation with the Margaritas. This week we're going to take a little bit of a detour. I hope you guys enjoyed that recipe because I really think that's a really fresh and that locale per se but not that syrupy-sweet nonsense. It's you'll find most of the places. God Yeah really good this week. We'RE GOING TO SHIFT GEARS. And we're GONNA take a vodka based approach to a Martini. Vodka Vodka. Yes but a little bit of a twist on on the Martini. We're GONNA talk about an Espresso Martini. Something that you had discovered not too long ago. That's a new favorite of mine. And what how I was looking so so how it came about was that we are in Santa Cruz. And it's a beach town and we sat down and have late launch or whatever and this restaurant call ideal bar and grill. It's red at the end of the boardwalk right before the peer right that goes and it's the restaurant in a corner and overlooking the ocean and all the lady across from me was this IC- I mean pretty Martini lady was. She had the glass in front of a year. What did I say you said? The lady in front of you was an icy Martini and I was like oh I know where your mind was. I'm sorry but she was having a cocktail. Oh my God that looks so yummy. It was kind of like a frosty the condensation and then also the. I think it didn't have like it. Wasn't the ice. Noone really way strain very well but they had streaks of chocolate syrup but it looked good and was a chocolate espresso. Martini and I wanted to try. I didn't try them because I was having Margarita that day and it looks so good and then the minute that I try at. Actually the other restaurants I've been a testing it out different restaurants. It'd be before the restaurant shutdown. It tastes so good so I ask my bartender to make version for me right exactly and then so. Let's go through the ingredients. Perfect perfect so. I'm not going to do the chocolate version of as a little sweet for my taste. It's going to add a lot more calories and it's like drinking a milkshake so it's not bad. I mean but in in light of all the other foods and things like that. That were were consuming. Now we're a little bit more sedentary. Cut Back a little bit on the calories and try something a little bit less syrupy sweet if you will so the ingredients that we're going to start off with. Is Vodka Vodka is the primary ingredient for any type of Martini? In this case we're going to use our favorite vodka which is one several absolute a lot. We use. What's what's the hangar. One we use it and I like hanging ruined a lot as well so we used a very just a regular hangar. One Vodka no flavors to it whatsoever. I'm at vodka for those of you don't know it's a grain alcohol It is usually about forty percent is the average you'll get from a bottle. It's about eighty proof if you will and it is clear it is odorless and it's tasteless if it's really really good and it's really highly refined very well. Filtered makes it really really good the only thing you can really taste from vodka's the nice warmth that you get when you consume dangerous. It can be dangerous because it's Kinda tasteless now. I don't know but it's also versatile you can put like a juice and exactly. That's what makes us over still because there is no such a cool with it. Plays well with other CSI premium liquor. We kill one. Grey Goose Grey. Goose is also another good one is well hang is not bad but if you know your your standards in one of the ones that I really go to all the time as smirnoff I can't go wrong with smirnoff. It's a really really good. Vodka and absolute is also quite good as well so start off with regular vodka and we are going to put it in a Shaker with ice now before you do this one of the cool things that you should do is grab your Martini Glass. Or whatever glass. You're going to consume this poor some ice into it. I then put some water in it and set it aside the reason we're going to do that. That's going to chill the glass for us so we're ready to go cooler. I mean can you can pretty dairy fridge if you didn't do that and you wanted to be able to consume it right away. Pour some ice into the glass. Put some water in a glass. Set It aside while you're mixing up your drink that Oh cool off the glass just enough to where you get that condensation on the makes a difference. I watch you do that. And it makes such a difference because before when when I try to mimic it right. I don't do that and it's like you can't put the glasses on right away. Exactly right you can put your glasses in the freezer. I tend to forget things. I'll walk away from it and now that we've broken Glazunov not getting done it once or twice so start off with the froze or a nice frosty glass. So keep that aside now we're gonNA take jigger of vodka which is I think about two ounces. We're GonNa pour that into our shaker. Which already got into it. The next thing is a full glass of. I WANNA be able to get the the coolness from it. Oh that's right. The next ingredient is Qaluwa and Colusa for the no is a coffee flavored liqueur that comes from from Mexico it contains Rum Sugar Vanilla bean and Arabic coffee. I don't know if you knew that high knew how yes. It's a great drink to just drink as an apparently for just a little bit ice cool glass on a nice kind of I dunno. Beach Day kind of thing. It's just a really nice drink to do. It's a mixed for some milk and does a side job. It's like a milkshake exactly with alcohol mixed with vodka. Though now we're starting to go down the black Russian front. Some vodka in Colusa is a black Russian crash and we can also add in a little Lake Washington. That'd be adding a little bit of cream but in this case we're GONNA add in some coffee. We're going to actually add in some fresh expressive right and for those of you who who have an espresso machine real easy to do make some don't he. Don't use the heated one. Let it cool off a little bit. And then you add that to your ice mix or it's very easy to go get the little tins of Espresso that you can get either starbucks makes them or Pete's coffee makes them whatever you get some espresso pre made. That's cool that you can bring online at target. Exactly right exactly right. And we're GONNA add that to it so we're going to add a full jigger of Tequila or Tequila PA boy. I'm on yesterday last week. Surrogate Tequila the mind. Vulgar Vodka for me. I like to do a two thirds of a jigger of Colusa two-thirds thirds of Jigger Colusa and depending on how sweet you like it if you want a little bit more sweet Kalemie add a third of simple syrup sugar water. Then you're gonNA untouched right. You can do that and it'll sweet it up. I did not do that. Depending on on your sweetness. So if you don't want to do the simple Syrup Doodo full of Kalou within the last thing we're going to do is add about two to three ounces of our coffee mix and we want three coffee beans as well to add as a topper that really so makes it look pretty. It's very first off. Let's go ahead and get the ingredients in our Shaker and we are going to start shake shake shake. We go shake it up. Okay now what we're GONNA do is we're gonNA separate the Shaker and we're going to strain it now. There's a couple of ways you can straighten it. I like to do it with the two halves of the Shaker. Yes easy for you to say. I've had some practice on just kind of hold the ice in with the two of the Shaker while the liquid drops below it in a look at that beautiful. Yes good now. If you don't if you're not comfortable doing that you can get a stranger like we talked about last week. A stranger just fits over one of the glasses and it keeps the ice. And let's all liquid come out. That looks beautiful. So now we've got a nice beautiful drink and top it off with three coffee beans and away you go and there you have it. That is a an Espresso Martini. Me Now. The Best Right uh-huh. Oh Oh my goodness no sir. Normally you don't hear ice in the drink because because you have it strained but we put a little bit of ice on it because for a little bit here so that we can continue to keep it nice and cool. Well what what is like a foamy still. It doesn't have milk Noah from the coffee in from the COLUSA. Just kind of yes. Shaking it up and given a nice little frothy. It's almost like a Cappuccino. Yeah exactly right. My goodness disco so easy. Be careful what this drink a full jigger of Tequila cash again full jigger vodka. It is potent. It will get you but if you like coffee flavored drinks. This is a lovely augured heavenly dinner after Dinner Winding Down Dinner. Kinda drinks so there you have it a nice twist on Espresso Martini Well done so very there is. Nobody got now. We've set the right move at the right tone going so we're going to now shift gears into talking about these airline programs. Yes so let's let's get it over. You'RE GONNA be able to stay focused because I'M GONNA keep on drinking this anyway. Okay okay so everybody has your favorite drink in your hand. I hope I sure alerts. Coffee based or Tequila Vodka or Mo Hito Birmingham. Whatever you do yes okay anyway. We can keep on Goin' talking about liquors could cocktails right. So we talked about some flexibility with with two programs that they offer the flexibility to turn to point into various things whether it's an airline points or hotels as critic gift cards or whatnot with the chase with the ultimate rewards and American Express with the membership rewards. Now that we kind of dive into it we are going to stay clear in a way of those particular because we've already touched base on those and we're going to shift focus if you will into this specific airline programs that you can join that offer some different rewards ray so if you have a favorite airline which. I'm sure many of you do that. You tend to fly. Maybe some of you do a lot of domestic travels for various reasons and in order for us as the United Europe has always being for both pleasure and business that we've been a long time customer lovie united and so we tend to stick with it because of the benefits that come with a status that you achieved and free or priority boarding or a complimentary luggage that you get to bring or whether lounge access or one not you know. It's just makes a difference so not in the order of priority. I know that united is running some specials. All NEW OFFERS THAT I've noticed. So this is with chase For those of you who use United Club a lot. I guess this credit card. It's comes with a hefty annual fee of five hundred in twenty five dollars a year. But right now they're running a promotion to give you hundred thousand bonus. Wow Miles that's a good bonus. After you spend five thousand in the first three months from account opening okay I think during this co vet crisis though we are dealing with. I think they're extending some credit cards. Please don't quote me. I'm now going credit by credit card. But majority of them extending the durations. Where normally they say. Okay you have to earn this poor. Spend this much within three months but extended for three more months. Just the redefine print and each credit card is kind of offering a little bit more flexibility during this difficult time so I thought that was a pretty good. It provides you with the United Club membership Obviously and then that's valued up to six fifty t a year and it ill shoe four points all the miles per hour span on the United Purchases I think that includes own board beverages in the Wifi as well as like a ticket that you purchase on united dot Com et cetera otherwise two miles per dallas ban on all other travel purchases as well as on dining two miles per. Adela spin in and I think everything else is. A is a one mile per dollar way again. It adds up when you think about it because just doing your regular purchases. You're spending the money anyway. Might as well get some reward for that to end if you do travel leisure business whatnot and you use that card on a subsequent purchase in the united by a meal cocktail. Maybe one an Expresso Martini or something like that. You know it makes some sense to be able to use. The Card accumulate even more miles to rack up. Those points that you can get. Yeah and then. This credit card is another one that offers you up to one hundred dollar in a form of a statement credit towards global entry or Tsa Perfect. Yeah application and then you can apply that every four years so I thought that was also a nice park and first and second check bags free if you don't have a status with united buy happiness credit card in and I'm sure it's a no foreign transaction fees which is always good for those people who travel outside the United States And it also comes with a trip cancellation trip interruption. Baggage delays in trip delays. Which you know again. I find EXPEDIA DOT COM or even united occasion packages of that at the end of the transaction. Always asks you if morning show by paying with this credit card. That's one of the perks right So you have to know. What's the covered incidents? Rats you can apply for the trip interruptions and Whatnot. But yeah if that fits in the category. Gio Looking for in terms of emergencies. You can utilize that trip interruption. And travel protection. Yeah and it's interesting if you look at United Dot Com For the different Credit Card options. They do have an explorer card. That is a less annual fee Hit if you will That offers up to sixty thousand bonus miles zero introductory annual fee for the first year that's ninety five thereafter so you had a little bit of break on their little bit less miles similar program though we get two miles per every dollar you spend at restaurants were on hotels days as well. You get one hundred dollars credit towards your global entry or Tsa Pre Twenty five dollars or twenty dollars twenty percent back on United in-flight purchases. So you get a nice little perk that way when you're doing some in-flight purchases check your bag free for the first. I guess your first when you first use your car to purchase your ticket so he can help waive some fees which can accumulate up. Pretty pretty stiff as well. And then you get priority boarding and other things like that too. So there's a variety of different programs that are offered around the explorer card again. If you're a united fan and if you like us stay in an area where united is your primary carrier where there was a big hub. San Francisco's a big hub for united. Chicago'S A big hub for United. Houston's a big hub for united DC is a big hub for united around the Baltimore Area. So it makes sense for us because there's a lot of options there for us to be able to travel around whether it's going to Japan or Mexico or wherever it is united makes some sense for us so the next one I want to touch on is a southwest. Yes ever since for us who are based in San Francisco or the West Coast. Southwest started to fly to two years. So that's an attractive And so some people may find that right and so I started to explore southwest credit card and I found. There are three types for consumer site that has always chase. Southwest's rapid rewards priority card which I believe is the highest annual fee of one hundred fifty or one hundred forty nine but that provides all three cards comes with forty thousand bonus points. Sign up bonus in that all an actually you sign up bonus when you spend a thousand dollars the first dream within the first three months yes thousand within the first three months so southwest rapid rewards priority plus credit card in premier. So those are the three different kinds and pluses with the sixty nine dollar annual fee. Premiers a ninety nine and in a priorities. One hundred forty nine. I kind of liked this. Forty one hundred forty nine dollars option because if you are always a you want to get this credit card because you do plan to fly southwest exactly do charge southwest airline ticket purchases or the onboard incidentals to discredit go. You get seventy five dollars. Annual southwest credit. So it's not a deduct that right then it's only seventy four dollars. It turns out to be annual fee. Which is I think it's reasonable. You get either. I think two points towards the southwest purchase one times point on the certain categories. But again if you if you don't want to deal with the credit and one is a lower annual fee options but if you are indeed charging southwest credit spent on this credit card. Would that make sense? Seventy for dollar which is hundred forty nine dollar you know. I'm I'm saying seventy four to be after the credit bregman. Yeah and if again. South is your primary Goto carrier. It does make sense to carry this card with you even if you're going to nations where southwest doesn't go like overseas this card carries no foreign transaction fees which is nice so there's no additional fee when you're GONNA be making purchases over in Europe or Asia or wherever you may go even if southwest doesn't go there you're still. You're accumulating the points. You're not paying a penalty for using this card and is a great way to continue to just add to your your bank of rewards points that you can then cash in to take Take other trips around with so a really useful card. Especially in those areas where southwest flies to they. Go to the different hubs so you get in and out of different places like for us. It's easy to get in out of Portland or Seattle or places like that. Go DOWN TO LA or go to Palm Springs or Vegas replaces convening yet really really convenient. And so you know and then the day you will get certain number of bonus points in this case with the priority card with one hundred forty nine dollars. Annual Feasts the seventy five hundred points. Nice on your you know. Barney brasseux depending on the how peak. The season might be the day of the travel. Might be that might be enough to travel one way. If it's a short distance absolutely nice thing with with the southwest as well no blackout dates no seat restrictions things of that nature that you might find in other carriers programs high because they cater more towards the business traveler or more towards other types of travel engagements whereas the southwest really flexible in terms of their rapid rewards program. And again you can get additional points for spin on South West purchases or hotels and car rentals. Check it out. It's you get forty thousand point bonus right at the beginning when you spend a thousand dollars within the first three months and depending on what level of annual fee. You're comfortable with other some additional perks that come along with it as well really good program and and I I also like because united charges cancellation but not right now because the coroner virus and a lot of trips unfortunately being canceled. But you know health and safety comes first. So that's the right thing to do And they've been very understanding. I think right and taking care of the customers but without Korana virus situation do not charge you cancelation fee although even council I think there's a restriction. I think you need to do it. Within a twenty four hour. It can't pass that but in general you know it's good to know up close to the travel day. You can still cancel it and change. There's no change fee either so I thought that was really nice because we haven't been flying. Southwest I'd personally just did a note right right and more and more research than I do. Yeah I thought that's those are nice. Those are Nice Additional Perks. Because some of the other airlines don't offer that There are some additional fees associated with cancellations. Especially you know even if you get like two weeks beforehand and stuff like that. I'm right now. There's some flexibility to your point. With what the airlines are doing. In India we are experiencing that firsthand. We were supposed to be traveling this week. Our travel is has been obviously postponed and airlines are not issuing refunds. They're going to hold onto those so a program that offers. Some good flexibility might be a nice thing to have as as you're looking at getting into one of these programs that way you've got additional flexibility for revoking or extending out your your vouchers and things of that nature so those are some things to take a look at as well in terms of what the airline programs are offering for their specific Rewards cards indeed. And then let's move on to another carrier. American Airlines American Airlines Sleep is yes couple of times. But it's not enough. I go to but certain destinations. They offer more options for us. Like a Caribbean true. True in Bahamas so Barkley Ace is one of the banks that they offer American advantage. Miles reward credit cards. This credit card is currently offering sixty thousand American advantage boneless miles after making your first purchase in just pay the annual fee which is a ninety nine dollars in full within the first ninety days. That's that's wow. That's very generous. Is that right? That's all you need to spend. Wow that's that's pretty. Yeah Yeah you get anniversary companion certificate after you need to spend twenty thousand on purchases on your account but again if you WANNA do like American Airlines you fly American Airlines This is a pretty good offer. Ends a ninety nine dollars. Annual fee in American Airlines is part of the one world airline partner program. Were you have access to you? Know British Airways Cathay Pacific Iberia Qantas Sri Lanka a whole lot of other airlines as well including one of our favorites air. Tahiti Nui so if you join their American Airlines advantage program you also are part of the one world a part of the Benefits as well. So you can accumulate miles on flying any of their one world partner airlines too and the American advantage program. You know it's very. It's a very good program. Especially if you live in a hub. Where American is really strong? Dallas? Miami Miami Yeah exactly. We have flown American Sparsely just because of where we are in in the world and again are primarily with united. So we get all the benefits there but every flight we've taken with American or on any of the one world program Flights has been really good. I've enjoyed it. They go to a lot of different destination. So if the loyalty program is something that's of interest you know. Take a look at this specific airline miles cards. Because you'll start racking up some good miles we used to do that with the United Religiously and then we started finding. There's some flexibility with some of the other things but you know American Airlines with all the different sister airlines that they have is a really good program to start just racking up some good miles to get you to different destinations where they fly to something to take into consideration in no foreign transaction fees. You get the first check back. Free Up to four people companions traveling with you but that on domestic only international. It's the way it works. Unfortunately okay that's okay so Bahamas will not work anymore. That's all right. So that's another one And in in terms of American Airlines I think city yes Offers yes American advantage platinum. Select the lead in that a mastercard criminal use. It a costs go to costco or places. Where master is not accepted but mastercard is pretty much worldwide anywhere so really interesting card to take advantage of fifty thousand bonus miles after you spend twenty five hundred dollars in purchases when the first three months two miles for every dollar spent at gas stations and restaurants two miles for every dollar spent on eligible American Airlines purchases of food. And stuff like that. So you know a good program early. Start racking up some additional miles not nine dollars annual fee fee waived for the first twelve months. So you get a nice trial fee points if the credit card works for you indeed. Yeah okay. What other credit cards. What Airlines. I think the other one that I've taken a look at is the Delta Sky Miles top one that miles stop expiring because United Began. That you know. That's a good question. I I know that Delta had been doing Had Been Advertising that. I don't know if that's still the case. Let me take a look here so united. I forget when last year. But they announced that the miles expire anymore. That is really nice so before they used to say. Oh you have to travel once within this period this many months. If you don't have any activities so that's when a credit card activities also kicks in that you know takes a place that council activity to keep your points alive but with the united it. You don't need to worry about it. Yeah that's pretty cool and I'm looking no cap on the miles that you can earn for Delta earn miles on everyday purchases which is Not sure if they have that no expiration. But we'll look into that and get back to you guys on that. So let's take a look at the credit card offering so this is an American Express offering for Delta Sky Miles and it is a Delta Sky Miles Gold American Express card that I see offered right now thirty five thousand bonus miles for the first thousand dollars. You purchased in three months thousand dollars. I mean for us. It's a month's worth of groceries almost with the family we have you get your first check bag free and main cabin one priority boarding pass on on a Delta flight home. It says one of the new things that they're offering right now as they get ready for your next trip. Spend ten thousand in purchases on your card in a calendar year and receive a hundred dollar Delta flight credit to get you there sooner which is kind of interesting It gives you a nice. Little added bonus. There are two times amount of miles for restaurant purchases in supermarkets one mile for every dollar anywhere else. And you get twenty percents savings in the form of a statement. Credit after you use your credit card on eligible Delta in-flight purchases of food beverages audio headsets and other things like that zero dollar introductory annual theater that it's ninety nine dollars so again another Allah another great program and I found the sky miles yes mileage. Expiration policies says miles do not expire. That is fantastic. Erm is long as you have an account with Delta however Delta reserves the right to terminate your account if there's a fraudulent activity do not commit fraudulent please. People don't do that. Don't do that easy. You're good to go in another interesting aspect of Delta is their global alliance partners have quite a bit of global alliance partners as well to go to a lot of different places. Aeromexico one Air France Alitalia's another KLM. Korean Air Can Virgin Atlantic Virgin Australia. In addition to Aeroflot's and China Airlines in a number of others as well Hawaiian Airlines as well as part of the the Delta program or this this global alliance or global airline partner program so Another great program if you're in a delta hub. Like I think where's it Raleigh Durham North Carolina. I think is a big hub. Maybe Georgia I think. I can't remember where the other ones are. Were Delta is a a larger hub area so some good opportunities to get into these programs. Again start accumulating some miles that you can end join these different programs. Most of the programs are free to join in it. They just request that you don't commit fraudulent activity. Which hopefully all this is going to be a terribly difficult thing to do and then again just continue to do your normal spending and you will rack up some really really great miles and I. Yes so thank you. Well I wanted to touch on just one or two more because I we don't usually fly British Airways but chase is offering hundred thousand obvious point. Sign up bonus you get the first fifty k. Bonus with the three thousand span on the first three months within the first three months. And then you get the remaining fifty thousand bonus after you have to spend twenty thousand and see how they get you I get you you know you spend a lot support economy. That's true. Charge everything on a credit card. And if that's the spend that you have hey and it it doesn't it mean it's not that tough to do realistically think about it So everyday purchases everything that you're doing. It can accumulate pretty well or pretty quickly and it's a ninety five dollar annual free. You know maybe this should be a separate episode. But I also want to dive in the following episodes that if we have an opportunity. It's interesting not the when you cash in your points right depending on where you're flying from and where you're going to the tax that you pay on award tickets. I think British Airways is one of the ones that they charge pretty high fee so I also need to do all these kind of background check saw depends on where you go like. M. Rate at least from San Francisco to Dubai. I think you pay. I heard something like over thousand dollars just on taxes and you cash in the miles but then if you fly from other destinations to Dubai you're paying a lot less and there's no like a fuel surcharge and other fees that you don't think about how can you do have to read the fine print that's really great point. You know a lot of the times we get spoiled because most stuff is offered in your area and we get you know a a pretty blanket. Us policy for things but for the international carriers and their programs. Yeah make sure you're doing your due diligence and read that fine print very carefully so as not to be surprised. Yeah yes I. I want to do. More research on those all right now. We've got another episode coming up. So it's it's absolute all right all right okay. Any other airlines. I think we've covered the major ones for us here in the US. And I know there are other programs out there. There's Singapore Airlines. Obviously we touch on on British Airways Japan Airlines and others as well you know in your area in your respective regions. Take a look and see what makes the most sense for you. Sometimes it does make sense to take on one of the airline cards as well because again the normal purchases that you're doing daily when you're traveling as well those things editor Ashley. Good way to accumulate miles and then travels business. That's writing cashes in on the next travel to kids. It's easier told Oh the kids are well worth their worth. Not traveling business class ride anyway. We Digress. We digress so yeah I think that what makes sense for. You could be a combination what we're talking about before the Chase Sapphire cards give you a lot more flexibility or if you cumulating you airline miles is what's really you know. D- You're thing some of these different programs that we're talking about might be the right way to go or a combination thereof where you can you have the flexibility to transfer the points wherever it makes more sense. I know it's interesting interesting topic for me. So anybody out there. Any good suggestions please do share with us right through Info at pure life PODCAST DONALD DOT com. We love to hear from your tricks and You know what do you do? And that's a really interesting lanes and there's a really interesting way to look at it. This is kind of like a game if you will enjoy to finish this. It's it's kind of like a game where we're trying to just do the right thing for us And in that sense you know we're going to do things that are specific to our needs from your perspective. Stay on top of it. Stay keep reading the literature. Do Your due diligence and study. What's out there for you Because these terms and conditions do change and Maybe you've been doing a little bit of research and something POPs up says. Hey we're going to give you an extra ten thousand miles here or an extra bit of bonus over there you know. Do Your due diligence and make sure you understand what those things are and enjoy your foot avenue. It's you know everybody's hard earned money absolutely let it go. Extra Mile is make it work for your next travel. Absolute landing right absolutely or gift cards or whatever that the works. That's right yeah. We work work work work so we have to have a poodle vida we do indeed worry be happy enjoyable life kind of theme around our multi. Do it when you can go. Yes right because you never know what's going to happen down the road what other things are going to disrupt travel when you can do it. Take advantage of it. And do it. Live Your Life Puerto Vita style. Enjoy your espresso. Martinis or your Margaritas in just new favorite drink. Let's let's get through this together and we'll get back to travel and very soon yes and I just wish everyone health. Please stay healthy and we're going to get through this indeed. Yes so PRAVIDA. Puerto Rico with that on behalf of everyone. Here at pure life podcast. Thank you so much for tuning in. Where are we going to next area? What are we going to be doing? I know we got a little bit more research to do on some of these credit card programs award touch upon that we would like to go back to welcome back may not be the right. Where wards but we got to touch on Singapore. We do we do. Hey Australia New Zealand hordic Nordic more crews alters. Yes and Caribbean Turkey we gotTA talk about. Oh man remember trip that we did to Turkey. I've been to Istanbul in the emphasis greasy places Greece Santorini. I WANNA go to Croatia. Heard really by. I have a friend from courageous. Showed me some brochures. Absolutely call him. I know I know it's it's tell him it's time to get over there. I I agree. So let's let's get through this real quick. You know your our hearts go out to anyone who's being affected by this. Stay safe stay. Healthy is a spider Sol- much. It's beautiful God. Our hearts are with you guys. We're GONNA get through this together. Let's let's look plans. Let's get ourselves through this right in. We'll come out of this stronger than than ever and ready to hit those. Those travel destinations. That we've been planning world so with that thank you. Thanks so much for joining us. We'll talk with you again next week and have great when everyone check please.

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