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Episode 196 .NET 6 Preview with Rich Lander
"Came allu- and welcome into six-figure developer. Podcast the podcast where we talk about new and exciting technologies professional development clean code career advancement and more. I'm john calloway on clayton on. And i'm john nash. With us today. As richard lander riches a principal program manager on the dot net courtroom. He works on making dot net core work great in memory limited docker containers on arm hardware like the raspberry pi and enabling. Gpo programming and iot scenarios. Welcome rich thanks. Great to be on the show before we sort of jump into things. Would you give our listeners. Like a little introduction to yourself Perhaps tell them how you got started in the industry sure Yes so i'm canadian. Boarded bread From ontario and Went to school in. Well i guess my you know my. My dad wasn't exactly a computer and suzy but he thought we should be too so he He would bring home hardware thruster to play with in years on. That's what was kinda my start. Which i an incredibly thankful for you know twenty four hundred hundred baud modem than all the rest of it and then i went to school waterloo and then microsoft natives people knew somehow and which i did know a lot about And in two thousand. And i got hired at school and move to Seattle are ready for microsoft. And i've been there percents so that's kind of my origin story lounge. Yeah so what what What do you do these days from. Except yeah so. I work on the team at worked on like i said i joined microsoft in two thousand. I've been on the team since two thousand three. So i've worked on every release since including framework to. Oh you know. I've been on the run time team the whole time and You know there's just the reason. Like i obviously could have moved somewhere else. I think i have skills. That are broadly applicable enough. That i probably could have gotten hired somewhere else but I've stayed there just because it's enabled me to go deep on something but also wide so like every release. We would target something new like you know. At one point. We were doing silver another partner during windows phone. You know those. Those were super exciting projects at the time And then now. We're kind of more focused on the cloud. But i do things as as quite different as the cloud docker containers and raspberry pi. Gpo gpo api's so I never get bored. And at the same time i know that. I'm like impacting. Like a broad set of folks. I don't know if it's it. It says a good line of thought of mentioning windows cloud after mentioning civilized and windows phone because those others have some pretty bad track. Yeah it's not. It's not called windows cloud. I realized part of the joke I think think as yours proven that it's it's you know malinche microsoft three is the one you have to wait for so yeah and it continues to be an exciting time for dot net and dot net developers right. I mean Dot net core was new in the last few years. The last handful of years that net five released in november of last year and we've already migrated some production level applications to dot net five am looking forward to dot net six and now that you've been releasing it looks like monthly blog posts with preview releases yup so Yeah fuel if you look at our blog you'll see one of the main bloggers there and Yeah we we try and publish preview. Every month we We don't really have like a scrum type model where like we have. Super well-defined sprints. But we basically just say we ship every month and that's that's a good enough kind of model of light Relatively short period bursts of effort. it really helps. The team stay focused those monthly reviews and we basically oriented one hundred percent of our effort towards those so if dot net five was to be the start of the reunification of one dot net. What we have to look forward to in dot net six is. It's all continue down that path. Their new features that we should be aware of that. We should be looking forward to great question so there's really there's really two things like Like a lot of our projects end up being like the big ones. End up being these to release project so the reunification or it's really just a unification is a to release project started in net five and somewhat repeating what you just said and so we feel like it will be completed in dot net six It's basically the. The big edition is making sure. All those mobile workloads are integrated and work. Well but then we have some other kind of to release projects that are actually starting and dot net six. I actually did a a blog. Post recently over. It's been in the previews. But i did this conversational blog post last week on cross jim too and so this is all about our native cogeneration so You know we have this jets. It's the thing that makes your application actually run. And but we have this pre compilation technology or ahead of time. Compilation technology in the core land is called cross jen and done a framework land that was called engender somewhat similar but we basically completely rebuilt like people. Say we rebuilt this from scratch. This one is really revolting. Scratch and and it's going to have very different characteristics. So like one of the things that i'll just give you two examples of things that it will improve one is This thing called. Pge which is profile guided optimization. So it's basically a generating native code in terms of your usage so for example if there's code that like methods that you end up calling on startup than how about. We put those altogether like kind of almost like in order so that the the the cpu can just slurped those out with zero friction as opposed to them being just in random places. So you'll sometimes hear this word. Houston performance circles called locality. This is a locality sort of project and then another one is if you look at Some of the performance worked at the team does has done in the community has done around. cindy instructions were stands for single instruction multiple data like our cogen strategy targets like a super bowl cindy instruction set by default which is sse two and but that came out in the nineties So we're going to in our native cogeneration target much newer one so that we're kind of exploiting the hardware that you happen to have on hand So those are two projects But the fullness of it probably won't arrive until dine at seven so that's that's some cool stuff another project that is probably more of a single released project is or depending how you think about it. We built a source generator technology and dining five but didn't really use it for anything like it can be really difficult for us to bring up a new a new kind of substrate feature set and use it all at the same time so dominant six. There's a bunch of source generators that are being created like Like a jason. Civilization as an example and rejects. I think is another example. So they're basically what that means is. Instead of using reflection at run time to like poke properties and look types you can base. The compiler can just generate the right code. That's like doing dots. If you will like just saying. I know this property exists. I'm gonna use static code to assign a value to it or read from it and that is like ten x faster. Probably one hundred x faster uses way less memory so those those are examples of things that are coming in six hundred seven. I'm sure that What you would recommend is obviously to to be Looking at the the latest dot net and maps of course that but I think dot net six is supposed to be lts Sort of realistically what what What what are some of the trade offs. I guess Your you're of the things mentioning there are not available. Even maybe toss seven. What what we. What do you think will be giving up. If you're sticking with those lts releases well you're only real you're not you're just giving up a year or two like You know so. I guess i would say. Don't sweat it. You know the way we kinda talk to people is you know if you've got a you know this this application that you kind of want to put a bunch effort into but then leave for awhile after that the mets probably something. That's best on the lts train if you've got an application that you know you have a deaf team working on pretty much. Dan and day out all the time. Then i'm not sure what else is buying you because you know we try and make it so that switching from you know donna. Five six or nine six. Two hundred. Seven is straightforward. So if you're an active development you should just stay right alongside us And then you also have much more of an opportunity to give feedback and influence the direction whereas you know if if you're on done at six Seven and then we're working on done at a. You're a little bit detached from a kind of core issues of the day. It's not to say that your feedback isn't useful. It's totally useful. But i mean but yeah but you know clearly if someone is like giving us feedback and they're completely Oriented on what the last release was. And you know they've they've on the completely on the narrative they've read the last chapter It's just so much easier to have a conversation with them. 'cause we're just talking exactly the same language so i know we're again. We're going to be focused on that sex. But should i be targeting. One of the if i if i have a new application that i'm working on trying to be targeting. Starting with dot net three or go donna. Five and just expect to move to six or should i be looking at a preview of sex right now if you so. We're gonna ship in november. Which i think you guys know. If you were going to ship after november in january or february i would just start with six have super high confidence in it and i also have confidence in dates like are effectively part of our leadership team and we want to make those november dates very badly Like there's a lot of emphasis on those like we want a simple as that Ticket extremely seriously And i was going to make one other point. Oh yes switches back to having high confidence about done at six so we started doing this Certainly would done a five. And maybe with donna go through. I can't remember but we have. You know microsoft dot sorry dot net dot microsoft dot com website and it it runs on the product so big big prize and so we both definitely for done a five and done at six. We moved the website to preview. So it's been running on done at six since preview one And this is a little crazy. But like we like when we azure devops. That's what we use for the website you can just say like Give me the latest estimate for this version. So you just type six x or something as they're kind of language for that so during so that's how it set up so we publish dot net for the public on like preview to and then during the day the website updates itself to run preview to and we don't we don't do anything that happens automatically and so we have high confidence so that working and so we did that all through dot net five and it never failed once. And we'll do that. We'll do that through a sick. so we are. That's how confident we are in the product. And we're going to do it for them. To at least for personal projects have been staying pretty close to at least released to code Maybe not the preview releases but the cutting edge so far as what is generally available in really appreciate the thoughtfulness that it it appears that team is putting together in migration paths and with limiting breaking changes also have noticed that the communication with previews in preview releases is that these are the working bits. This is the path forward We're going to try to hit the dates with everything that we need but there might be sacrifices we might need to delay features in actually appreciate that and and thoroughly enjoyed the the communication to that so that we understand what is coming. What is in in jeopardy of not being released of not making those deadlines in feeling a little bit more confidence in knowing that what is released has been thoroughly vetted and is production ready. Yup i mean developers are smart and they can totally see through Made up stuff if you read my writing on. I think you're gonna particularly quickly. Tell that i'm being sincere telling you like like it is and i'm also not afraid to share something that's negative a definitely rather tell you something negative so that you know can make your own decisions so One of the things. I'm really interested in is what you're doing with Lennox donna images. Could you go into a little bit of that. Sure so just backing up. A tiny bit So we ship container images for For dot net We actually do that for diner. Framework as well. My team is also responsible for that and turns out Containers as kind of deployment execution. Modality are it's very popular So you know when we talk to customers on the phone or whatever And they're they have like a cloud based server based workload almost all of them are using containers or have a near term plan to containers and they tell us that they're using container images that my team publishes and so we do that for windows and for for lennox. We've been doing that since like actually nicole one. Oh it's been super fun. I've learned a lot We've made a ton of changes Across the years. I've gotten into cvt management. Who just definitely not not not something. I woke up one morning. Thinking i should get into that topic but basically users just tell us what their challenges are and then we have to kind of learn about that. It's it's actually one of the things that's both hard and awesome about the job. Is we of these customers. That come to us. Some of which are from you know super name-brand companies. And they expect they ask questions on the expect that we always have answers On almost all things so like one of the same topic like containers comes up. Not only do. I have to think about how how we best build a product around that but also what it one of the questions that customers are going to end up asking me So that like one of the things everyone has these weird personality traits. One of them with me is i absolutely hate being footed like to a great extent So that's why. I put a lot of emphasis on thinking about what i might be asked so that i can seem credible. 'cause being less than credible is is something i try to avoid are container images are getting a ton of use like we get over ten million pulls a month of those Across the globe. It's amazing that there are still those in the industry. They don't realize that dot net. Nc sharp are are cross platform. They don't realize that there are. There are things such as docker containers. Docker image is running these things they don't realize that we can run on all of the platforms. Has it been a struggle to get that communication out. There has been a struggle to get the the run times on the different environments. It was definitely a struggle at first on the messaging. You know i. i think there's two different parts of the messaging problem. One is just the pure people don't know part of it but then the other one is more the credibility being taken seriously part. You know when we started it was definitely the idea while the us. If you're going to run a web server on lenox geno should be note or something like that when we very first started. Go isn't quite as popular as it is now but when we started it was definitely node. I don't feel that same that same feeling anymore. In in part because of these upstart technologies. I don't use that term negatively just meeting new Like rusting go have kind of like broken. The perception that java and node are the the lennox favor technologies and maybe even to some degree. So i feel like that kind of just open the whole thing Which which is probably an advantage to our side and in fact You know dot net's characteristics are much more similar to goes than they are to to note all of these things are always a spectrum us sometimes a multi dimensional spectrum. But it's like you know if you want these characteristics than these are kind of more the dem Technologies for you these characteristics than than these are probably more what you're looking for so that's one aspect in terms of difficulty in terms of just getting a functional product up running. I was not tremendously difficult. And for a couple of reasons You know one is. We have a tremendously talented team But the other is we have had cross flat implementations of dot net for a very long time so you know back to our favorite examples from before windows and silver like you know on all of that code was to greater degree still in our code base so we had a mac port. That was still there totally atrophied And that was that was targeted intel We were silverlake through the power. Pc to intel transition now he gets to go through one with them and also way back in the donna pre dawn of time and there was this road project if you may have heard of that and so there was a freebie as the implementation of dot net before done a framework. Well no so that code was believe it or not still in our code base Kind of what we started with and we also still had some of the talent from or a fair bit of the talent from certainly the silver project but others one percent particularly around taking have was on that road project as well so that was not hugely problematic. We you know there was a lot of work to have the the lennox build in particular makes sense. There were some real horrible challenges up to start not all of which were customer visible and then then the bigger pro. The real bigger problem was making. It's like windows. Performance was better for a very long time. may still be in some cases and then also making sure that lineker was just as diagnose -able dining on lennox was diagnosed with windows. Because you know we had built up twenty years attack of integration with visual studio. We don't have any of that on on lenox and so that gets all the way down to like symbol formats You know we did a project with lt and g with tracing formats that's like a profiling performance profiling tool so it's been a ton of investments in those kinds of places But i feel. I feel pretty good about it. I will say On the apple. Silicon thing We've been working super closely with with apple on that The engineers that we've been working with on that project who have been tremendous actually can't say enough good things about them like their basic attitude has been It's like okay. got that problem solved. Now tell me. Tell me the next one like they're just completely you know let's get this thing working make it work for customers. And it's been amazing at microsoft and apple orchard like dogs and cats yeah. I'm sure i'm sure there will be other teams. I'm sure there's some places where you could find some friction but With this particular engagement you know. Yeah apple working with us on deb technologies. They've been really good. One of my favorite technologies to come out and last few years has been blazer and they're supposed to be a lot of exciting stuff coming in blaze in done at six. That was held off in don at five because they couldn't get around to it or you know it wasn't wasn't done Could you walk us through some of that stuff and maybe even what might be coming up in seven if you know about it. Yes i am. Not the the blazer authority by any stretch i will. This is going to be like a sixty second thing. So i guess the the two things that come to mind in blazer the wasim thing webassembly in donna five. That was all based on an interpreter. Which you know it made sense. So it's an i l to well it's just an interpreter is what it is in this release. We're going to have an opt in Wasim compiler so basically means as part of your build system. You can compile your. I'll code to wasim which means by definition means that there's no need for an interpreter That one is believe or inside on just compiling all the code. So kind of in the fullness of time you could imagine just compiling lake you know a third or a quarter to while some where like you need the highest performance because native code is always bigger just kind of an interesting trade off on the web saint trade off we have actually in docker containers to slightly lesser degree So you can imagine more mix and match. I don't believe worshiping this time. Slots one piece in blazer. The second piece is related to blazer desktop. So this this idea that You can take web technologies. It's a bit like an electron at so you take a web technologies you have them run in a native application container And then you have some kind of browser and webs are serving up your app. so that's basically were blazer. Desktop is blazers awesome. We all use it. There's definitely been some legitimate criticisms about it and so um part of that project is delivering a product that doesn't have those kind of critical aspects to them so doesn't tend to be as politically correct as upset. Anyone electron like electron. But it's it's it's dot net version doing the same kind of thing though right. Yeah i can explain what. The difference is so electron and obviously people can correct me. If i get some of this wrong but this my understanding is electron is kind of two main three main parts. It's a native app container. Because you always need that if you wanna desktop app So it's native to the operating system chip And it's a copy of v eight so it's a different it's a It's not the same browser as is the you know you're operating system browser. And so the. The reason people like that is they. Basically test against the v. Eight here on talking about the chrome the chrome engine you test against the thing you ship and that is super attractive than the last part. Is you have No j. us as the thing generating web pages which are the senior then. Viewing in through chrome through the so. That's really cool tech. You know but it means that the The app is going to be bigger because you have to have A copy of va with And in addition browsers are you know one of the most common things to get patched for security issues. So i believe Blazers going the other way which is to use the native web browser so that does put more burden on the developer because then they have to test more places but it also means that they can the rely on the operating system updating its browser or you know crumbs obviously not in the main line operating system sort just chrome updating itself to that's a different trade off some people will be super happy about that an it administrator. I would think that was awesome If i was a web developer. I might be less. Not quite as keen on that So that's one example. What can you tell us about Donna maui that's gonna be coming with Dunnett six also not working on that project but i think you know if we zoom out all the ways what value proposition is there. It's that Right now. Dan mullen is You know fundamentally different fork dot net and so everything works a little bit differently. And so if you're zaman only user. That probably doesn't matter much. But if you do like zaman plus is websites that i'm sure you can see the seams on a regular basis And if you ever wanted to expose a web server in cameron app you know that's going to be super difficult. I've i've tried Super difficult so What this means is that all the mobile workloads will be just one hundred percent integrated and experiences will be the And you'll just be able to mix and match components as you would like will be easy to expose a web server and a mobile app should you should you want to. Does that. mean the iran again. I know you're not. I've heard mixed different different things so maybe i don't have the right information is. Is it going to be able to work with lenox desktop or is that something. That's coming or great question So microsoft is not supporting a lennox desktop kind of Version of maui in this particular timeframe i absolutely could see it. I see two things happening for sure. One is community. Support him for lennox based on like one of the toolkits like t t k for example or Another one is is that Microsoft just decides to go and build it in like donald seven. Are donna date so okay. Okay yeah i guess the other aspect which is Maybe less obvious Steria right in front of the face is it also means we'll ship at the same time so like we didn't have shared ship schedules. So it means that you know if there's some new whiz bang api that's in the product like espn dot net and maui. Get it on the same day in our. If there's a new tools capability than spn natta. Maui give it on the same day went. Wpf for for windows. So i think it really starts to set like there're definitely has been a a of sorts. That microsoft was maybe a less invested in these mobile platforms. And when you like fully integrate it everything gets delivered in the same way on the same day. It just has a different feeling to it. Which i think people will appreciate and i gotta imagine. There's a certain amount of coordination that has to happen to get all of those bits to ship at the same time especially when they were completely separate systems and completely separate paradigms even. Yeah it's like kinda like you have no idea You know one of the things that i want to get things i try and focus on is when i'm working teams on one hand. I pushed really hard on this same day shipping model And you know we we try. We try to hit like ten o'clock. It's like we don't. We don't want teams. It's hard even across the same day like we don't want one team shipping at ten on one team shipping at three pm. That is not the definition of success. It's like we try and ship within this like thirty to sixty minute window that that's the one side but on the other side i try and make it so that teams are decoupled as possible. So we don't have to wait for one teams build system to end up finishing before another ones can start. So yeah those are the those are the two kind of topics we've talked about a lot of different things coming with dot net six. Do you have a feature or an item that you're particularly excited about. Is there one that comes to mind that you're wanting people to know about or is there a new blog post that we can expect in in the coming weeks. Yeah there's one in the coming weeks but the thing that i'm I've focused on is basically runtime execution characteristics in docker containers so like i put a bunch of effort in core three. Oh to like make sure we supported memory and cpu limits correctly. and so since. I've been working on containers so long My thoughts on them have changed the philosophy that i now have is before we try to just make the docker container Kind of environment perfectly match raw call upstream. It's like we take a plain vanilla version of dot net proven container put a damper approval on it and call it good now. My feeling is that we should make those container images opinionated and what that means is optimizing them for the common hardware that people are gonna have like it's like this Instruction thing. I was talking about earlier if we know that like you know. Eighty percent ninety percent of these images are going to be running a modern cloud environment like azure. We know what hardware they have. Why don't we pivots these container images to just screaming on those as opposed to like tying their hands behind their back because they might be running on like some windows seven Box that was bought in like two thousand ten that makes no sense to me So it means. I'm willing to say that these container images in the future might not work on some machines on which they work today but it means that work a ton better in the places where they run most commonly and really for which there intended so the all this cross gen to pg. Oh all that stuff is oriented on that model. There are some really hard technical challenges to solve. That i'm working on. They will get solved And i'm hoping that all at six will see but yet but that. That's the thing that i'm most passionate about. Is that topic one of the trends. Especially if you look across the course of ten years like pretty much everything that we produce used to be native code Like obviously the the dot net libraries were always see sharp. Roslyn is now a managed code base open source Used to be native closed source If you like lots of pieces of the run time have moved to sharp. One layer up And that's been super useful because it means that the people building the product have like these pretty big dot net code bases and they get mad when they don't work the way that they want them to and they're much more likely to fix the underlying product. There's you know even though like you know. Sixty million and a half customer reported issues. There's still nothing visceral as seeing that. Your own product doesn't work the way you want it to what What resources can you point our listeners. To who are you know. Kind of dive into dot net sex right now. You know. I think the blog posts are The best place to start on the dot net blog. There's three previews up there now and there'll be more soon enough Before will be tied with the build conference and start there and see if there's something that you like espy dot net blog blog down. We're trying to do a good job of telling people what's what's new and exciting. What has been helpful in your career that you might share with those just getting started or those maybe looking to level up their own careers. I've been thinking about this obit lately. I think there's like one splits that you is really important to be aware of so we all get hard problems that we need to solve and that are troubling us and so i think in one case of heart problems it is a complete waste of time for you to spin your wheels on this for more than say an hour two hours half a day it just you know you're just gonna keep on spinning your wheels and so that's when you should ask for help and say like you know. I did due diligence useful to say these are the things i did that i thought made sense. Either send me back with you know some other things or i really need to do pair programming or something to get to this. But it's just not going to be useful and i'm not gonna make my schedule. That's one set of things. Another set of things is realizing that this is your problem to solve. And you need to dig in and You need to figure out like a little bit beyond your normal strategies at which could involve hoskin people for help too but it's not like help as in give me the answer it's like this is my responsibility and a the team is counting on me to deliver this end. Frankly there isn't Like a domain expert here that's is going to magically give this to me so i need to figure this out and so i think pivoting between those two things and being pretty i guess hard ass on which one it is is super important advice Where where can our listeners. Go to follow you and sort of keep up with all the dot net runtime. They work on. Yeah so i. i'm. I'm on twitter Run faster two thousand as the number. That's the best place i'm on. Get up to as just rich lander. I'm definitely not one of the most Either popular or like a tweet as much as some other people in the team by tweet some rich. We certainly appreciate you taking time to speak with us today. Really appreciate it great. I really appreciate being honest as a fun conversation. That was rich. Lander rich is a principal program manager on the dot net core team. He works on making dot net work great in memory limited docker containers on arm hardware like the raspberry pi and enabling. Gpo programming and iot scenarios. 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He's plan and put these numbers up against future plo players. Stacey augmon larry johnson. Greg anthony all those guys so it was just you wanna play against the best in show your show you all your good stuff off against players who are already proven to be really really good. I mentioned that you played for the sons drafted by them. Dallas also detroit. Miami as well. Is there a discernible difference in organizations and the way they have a philosophy about playing basketball. Because i know when it comes to baseball if you grow up in the dodger organization or the red sox organization of the yankee organization they teach you to play baseball. The way that they do in the organization is that the same way in basketball. It is the same way There is a a much more priority on winning then areas on selling for certain teams certain teams wants to make some money and certain teams. You know just get along in the league and some saint teams wanna win championships every year. That's where expectations are. And obviously you see whether those expectations are about the banners that they hang a lot of teams. I wanna be great and on the community You know and do the right thing. Would what the community wants. You know how the community views them and some take a chance. you know. hey i'd rather have championships. And i can explain how dennis rodman is crazy. How can explain how. Ron our tests goals. Wow and can explain you know those other tangible of Players who have a bit of a wow side to him outside explained that but i can explain it. What a championship. Banner a championship ring better than i can't buy me just going through the motions. Being the team makes the playoffs. And you know ends up getting out the first or second round year in and year out. We're talking basketball with cedric ceballos. Very interesting person very good career and he has an interesting person off the court as well. 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I experienced that in dallas i experienced that In detroit And it just really. You know took a lot out of me mentally. And it really didn't motivate me a lot. So when i left miami and i had an opportunity to Play in denver And at tonio dice just blew out his knee. And i just knew i just went in office and you know when you know. Hey let let me get out of this situation because without this big is no way we don't have a chance even go to play off better yet trying to win a championship or build to that process and when the bites a team that i was getting there all lower teams that would just wanted to entertainment just wanted some scoring just wanted some names in there so i figured i'd go overseas. Try to stay in shape a little bit. and i. i was getting offers while i would plan and You know. I really didn't have a great experience. overseas This this is a little different in the combinations and the way they treat players over there the Attention that they get Just a little bit unfamiliar with me. So i i tried a couple. Two teams tried about five or six games. This is just not for me Just you know. I came in to a situation where i know. I'm new dirt when he came in the first year A lot of players on the sun is to Routes llamas michael meals and we tried to make them feel at home. It's possible one with the organization. They tried to make them feel at home. with translators and people to help them out and to the players to make him feel at home invited them into their homes. Their families going out to all the restaurants with them hanging with them not leaving them in the hotel stranded in the world that they don't really know nothing about. I didn't get that. Feel when i was overseas at all from from neither team so an opportunity to go out and block. The more you you there by yourself. It's real difficult and tough when you're with your family and just wasn't a good look or or good feel for me about being on teams in which You know they're not gonna go anywhere. I've often said that when a team breaks training camp. I don't care what kind of team it is. What sport the players know better than anybody else. What kind of season. They're probably going to have. How hard is it to push yourself and go through the rigors of playing professional basketball. If you happen to be on a team that you know you got a lot of holes on the roster and adjusted and going to happen this season. I you have to start with your goals. Were exactly when you wanna go and your expectations of your organization. You know if their mindset and saying we got an opportunity to win a championship or make a good run at it then. That's easy motivation right there. No problem But when you're coming in like. I said before i'm gonna team whatever strictly china rebuild. Keep their wins to a minimum So they can get lottery picks So they can have Money to five three agents. And you know it's really tough. It's really difficult You know you have an opportunity to win games and you know they're substitution that. Come in that. Allow you to lose these games. and they they're purposely. Done you know to try to get those picks you know. Hey understand that if you're trying to rebuild and you can get a first first second pig top five. Pick an address. You try to do that. Because it's two sides of it's the business side and well they're playing side and the plane side. It's as fortunate four players but the business. I really crushes know guys are on that team. Those to fifteen guys or trying to extend their careers to try to win as many games as possible and also trying to impress not only team that they're playing for but other teams by playing. Well you won the nba slam dunk championship with that blindfolded dunk. Where did that idea come from how to develop a d brown a covered. It is the year before and that was the year magic retired. so i'm working on my dunk in the form with magic shooting around. What the team but he. He's always working out before games and doing hanging around the team and he you know he started talking by. You should do this other. And he's like but you go to get some attention you have to with rounded you know what is covering and then i started thinking from there you know just go totally buying you know To cover the is up. I started working with the phoenix suns gorilla and just came up process. And i wasn't going whip it out until two things happened either out with about to get eliminated from the contest or had already won the contest. And when i did at milan duck. I had already won the contest points. There's no way. Larry the one even if i would have missed that last one they had already gave me the crown's i figured this was a great opportunity to one. Get my name out in the public eye a little bit. You know more than it was and then to try to do something spectacular and hasn't been done before cedric zabala. Sure everybody around. The world can hear how articulate you are and what a great voice you have. And of course you have hosted. Radio shows a music showdown in phoenix. You're a big music fan. Where did the love for music come from what started off. That was my first love. I because i was just speaking to a group of kids about plan b. and i was encouraging about plan b. I think basketball was my plan. B My initial starting. When i was about ten eleven years old You know hurt a particular song and just cooked ever since the whole dj phenomenon. I listened to the radio a lot. at the time when i was a kid my tube in my television was but we can still hear the radio so i can listen to the brady bunch and all the game show gains and the news all that through the speakers but i couldn't see the picture so i really had to use my magic nation which got me a great opportunity to learn how to storyteller talk to paint that picture So when an opportunity came from me to go to school now. That's what i wanted to be involved in basketball. Was you know sexy. Going professional was not in the picture at all. But the discipline of me taking care of my records equipment has grown up the local parties and stuff like that Gave me the same discipline. Used on the basketball court on doing. Don't do my classwork Taking care of my gym shoes. And making sure i was healthy enough to play in games and practice well and all that stuff and and when opportunity came to play professional yes i was gonna take full advantage of it and i thought that you know i would use it platform as a springboard to get my radio stuff started So during during my letting your season. I had radio shows in local towns. That plan in an in run after i finished. I started a morning. Show here in phoenix arizona. Did that for about seven years and you know being on and off of radio and now currently i'm on the xm. Sirius xm radio now channel ninety eight and you know doing the same thing i've been doing so that's just something i've loved to do. It's been with me. And i knew that in the long jetty of my career that radio and music would take me longer than basketball with we have a couple of minutes left but cedric people are gonna listen to you and say you know. This guy makes an awful lot of sense and yet they hear the stories about athletes who after their careers are over have absolutely nothing and the sad tales. Why is it that cedric ceballos had the vision and and really understood that there was going to be life after professional basketball Just like playing before plan vs basketball was not my first option. I didn't put all my eggs and baskets into that. That's not what really drove me without. My passion started playing basketball the hanging around my own brother and with plainly the you know he was the big guy on campus guy. The park Respected by guys. And that's you know. Wanted to hang around him. If i had to hang on him and had to go play some ball. So that's what i was doing. My love was always into music. I think music is timeless. Marks is marks where you were when you first heard this song or this song when you got married or you saw your first girl or what have you so i knew the new music is gonna be around forever. I knew about football career was going to be a short period of time in my life. And and just kinda did that you know each day that will get better at my crap that music so i knew that opportunity will come For me to stop playing basketball but my name that i worked hard and played hard and did some exciting thing but the dunk contest and become an all star would open a lot. More doors for me After i finish playing basketball and it has and it will continue to. We got about forty seconds left when you think back on your career. Is there a particular moment in the in the basketball part of your career. That kinda is ingrained in your mind that you'll never forget just day one. When i became a professional. You know here. My name called in the draft Just going through that whole motion and then also you know the the the friends the camaraderie. The people i've got to meet presidents Oprah know michael jackson you know these people that you just a normal person walk industry would not be able to put their hands on and have a conversation with those are the biggest thing so i gotta say at the beginning of my first time in my name in anybody's nba category in the draft and in the last game played in everything in between and just been wonderful and just been riding. It's super super wave ever since cedric. I want to thank you very much. I've found this conversation insightful. But also enjoyable. You are welcome here anytime on sports byline take care and come back. Join us again robert. You so much for having me thank you. Cedric baba's again eleven seasons in the nba drafted by phoenix but played also with the lakers. Very successful time with the lakers and then dallas detroit and miami and he was the one thousand nine hundred ninety two nba slam dunk champion winning that award with a blindfolded dunk. 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Now it's your turn yet free all today at autozone o'reilly and napa look for the silver plan. This is america's sports talk show sports byline usa. Act here's ron bar. Chad walker joins us on sports byline. He is now a member of the naismith memorial basketball hall of fame. Fine forward who played thirteen seasons in pro basketball syracuse. Who drafted him. In the second round out of bradley and also with the philadelphia seventy sixers and the chicago bulls won an nba championship with the seventy sixers and sixty seven which some people a lot of people in fact consider the best nba team of all time. He was a seven time nba all star and has played his college ball at bradley jet. When you hear me say all these things about your career what is it the. What does that one thing. That makes you smile. Well i picked the that there are a couple of things that makes me smile in one of the things that up played great with that. Great team the philadelphia. Seventy sixers sixty eight and thirteen and then another thing that you didn't mention is the fact that thirteen years alley missed twenty one games. And that's that's a lot of work and i feel pretty good about fit. Why do you think that was was at lock or was it the fact that you trained properly. What was it that allowed you to have that type of string of competitiveness. Up played hurt lunch. I in the late sixties and early seventies and. We didn't have all the facilities that they have now so we were ended unless it was a major injury. You kept playing. You know you didn't take time off you know so You know. I've i feel pretty good that i was able to put in that kind of time. I know you grew up in benton harbor michigan. Taking back there and tell me a little bit about the early days of you and basketball. Well i grew up in the projects in dental holland michigan. After my mother moved me from the south we settled in in benton harbor and develop my basketball skills in benton harbor and played in a church league team that was managed by a guy named charles great and also played for the state championship with the x. Delayed hall of famer. Dave the bush and so i i had a really great childhood. Even though it was it was. I was poor in almost. Live in poverty It worked it worked out. Well i had a great great High school coach don farnum and he taught me a lot about the game. So i was able to to really develop my skills there. You know i've had a lot of kids From the same background same circumstance. Say to me that when they got involved with basketball at a young age that they really probably learn more about the game on the playgrounds than they did an organized basketball. Was it. that way for you as well. Oh absolutely because you are free to develop your game you know you. You develop your shot you developed the moves and and you just develop your own way of competing and sometimes when you when you go to these camps. They restrict you and a lot of things that they teach you. Do not help you with individual game. So of course. I grew up on playgrounds. And i learned a lot about playing out there. Did you look upon basketball as a way out of the environment that you had been in the projects and everything no. It wasn't until. I was a senior in high school that i thought about going to college. I started getting all these letters from these universities around the country. But i was looking forward to going to the navy that would go into the navy because i like the uniform that they wore and so so my senior year and i started getting all these debts from these colleges. I started thinking about going to college and get a degree in in in. That was getting a degree in college. Was like the big benefit from basketball. How did you end up at bradley. Let's long story. We don't have time to talk about. But i was going to nebraska university of nebraska and then at the last moment i was recruited by a bradley. And we're down there and it was a small school and from small towns and my mother always thought it'd be better for me to go to a place where i can have access relationship with all the people around me. So that's how i got down there now. You were a forward but you were got the nickname chat jet because of your speed. Were you playing small forward or were you playing the big forward position when college. Yeah i played center. And the reason i naming yet is that yet. Run shit. And i wasn't it says you get drafted of course by the syracuse nationals. In the second round did that surprise you and what what were your reactions to getting drafted by them. Kinda surprised me. Because i was the last player drafted in in the second round. I thought that i was to these boston. Celtics which is my favorite team at that. Time and i love no bill russell. Read bucking those guys but it turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Because i got the play for great great hall of fame coaching. Lx hannam actually convinced me. That i could become a great player. So i i really appreciate the late alexander influence on my life now. The dash eagles did tell me a little bit about how you ended up at philadelphia today. Become the philadelphia seventy sixers then the national book by a group of people in philadelphia because the market was changing in the owner of the therapies nationalist. That he buys on 'cause not ford to run the team anymore so he chose to move the team sell the team group in philadelphia at what point wilt chamberlain joined the sixers than when you were there. I it's my third four year. Nineteen sixty four and sixty five. Tell me about your. What was your first impression of him. He's a great guy. I mean he. He's he's a good friend of mine like a brother. He is interesting interesting guy he's got to. He's very sensitive which surprised me. But as a teammate he was what was your first impression of him as a basketball player when you saw him play I've seen him play. In fact i played against him when he was in san francisco. So i knew that he was. You know a great player but didn't know that he was as good as he was when he came to play with us in philadelphia. I thought he was just the score but he was an all around basketball player. He he led the league in assists one year. He was terrific on defense. You know he backed you up if you if you if you were beaten by your man. he he you know he. He blocked shots. He was what was probably not being. The most dominating player ever played the game. You know you have. Players like jordan who these players are good at other areas. But we'll we'll all around player a lot of people don't realize that you you know you mentioned about wilt chamberlain being sensitive and i've heard that before. Now we'll tell you who told me that. Because i think it may surprise you and that was bill russell. I i've known bill for a long time. And we sat here in the studio. And he talked so affectionately about his friendship and how much he cared for. Will you saw on the basketball court. Halley went at each other and they played against each other. Tell me about the bill. Russell wilt chamberlain battles. That was like one of the greatest rivalries in the in the greatest competitive match ups. I sometimes on the court. I would have to stop watching you. Watch those guys valley other and that's how intense and competitive that it was. He you know russell was one of the greatest players ever play the game and someone's and they did not like to lose even though they were great friends. They didn't not like to lose each other so it was just an amazing thing to watch those guys at each other. You know one of the things that he said about wilt was the fact that he knew when he played will because of wilt size. He really couldn't match up with in that way. He knew that he was going to have to out think him that he was going to have to position himself. In ways in order to be able to get that rebound and it was really a battle of. I guess you might say wits outed will feel about the battles. Do you think against bill. Well you know he will was of course you know. He was a team player All the one year you know he's he he has his points a game but What was always concerned about winning. You know we never talked about russell in his matchup with russell. He may have talked about sports writers but he never talked about among us. You know he was about. The seventy sixers. Defeated the boston celtics. You mentioned about that. Great seventy sixers team. They were indeed sixty eight and thirteen that year and that was the best record in the nba history wise at that particular time. Alex hatem was the coach on that team that featured wilt chamberlain also guards. How grew and wally jones in the sixth man billy cunningham as well what was the catalyst chet of that team. That made it so good. Well you know and also you forgot to mention. Lucious jackson right power forward and he was an olympic champion but we had like great players. Smart players how greer's hall of famer. Billy so it was. It was a bunch of smart guy. We're not really thinking about who scored the most points who got the most. We know it was just a good combination of players who liked each other and also who great player when you look back on that particular season. Was there an important point in that season that really kind of propelled you guys do that. Sixty eight and thirteen record. I think in the beginning in training camp We we felt that we had something special going on That was a time in the beginning. Hell will then quite click but because you know before we'll came hell was the man and he just didn't like giving up his space to somebody if someone as famous as chamberlain but soon that that everything mashed and and we just went on and and believed in each other in the put up a great record you move on into chicago. Bulls tell me about that franchise back when you play with them between sixty nine hundred seventy five well i. I was traded from this from philadelphia to chicago. You know defend my name is pat williams. He he he. He and i worked together in philadelphia and pat Became the manager of chicago bulls and we got to chicago the The team was like kind of in disarray. Because there was nobody there making decisions and pat brilliant. He's brilliant publicity and marketing person. He kinda introduced to see the chicago to basketball for six years. We went on a six year. Run where we average posted three win season and we. We challenged a lot of teams in the west for the title so we kinda laid the foundation for basketball in chicago. And of course later later on michael jordan and his group came in and took it to another level but Slow love van leer. Michael great players great players did not get the reconciliation the recognition they deserved but it was a good time in chicago. I love chicago chicago my favorite city and we had a. We had a good thing going unfortunately for us we didn't wanna championship. But we developed a good a good team and created a good feeling for in the basketball in chicago jan. I know over the years and talking to guys that have been put into hall of fame. No matter what the sport is it always seems to have a different meaning to different people. Tell me a little bit about what this means to chat walker forgetting athlete. The hall of fame ultimate Award because there's only so many people that have a chance to get to experience. This and i am delighted. I'm just delighted to be nominated and lights to be finally be in the hall of fame and some that i never dreamed of but but now that it has become a reality. I'm just really overwhelm happened. Because i'm in there now. With all the greats. I mean all the greats. I mean you'll russell. He's who was my hero. You know in all and robinson than western and baylor and barry and when rome and cutting hawk is all those guys. I'm just really thrilled to be in that group. Now we have about thirty seconds left deserve particularly memory that you have a particular moment in your career that still stays with each Do they have so many moments. So many moments I really can't take one particular moment. Well you had a hall of fame career and it's deserving that you should be going into the naismith memorial basketball hall of fame. Thank you for talking with us about your fine career. And that you're right about that seventy sixers team. It was one of the all time greats. Thanks a lot yet. they can look up. Jet walker with us again. Inducted into the naismith memorial basketball hall of fame. He was forward that came out of bradley taken by the syracuse nationals. In the second round and then went on to play thirteen seasons of professional basketball with nationals. In as you heard him say they moved on to become the philadelphia seventy sixers and he finished up his career with the chicago bulls seven times. He was nba all star and he also was an nba rookie first team member as well. We continue with more of you and sports byline. Hello and welcome back to the ronnie do each tax program on the line is paul from california. Hi paul what's your tax problem today. Irony love your show. listen. I've got a big problem. You see my paycheck was gorgeous last week. Only get half the normal amount to make matters. 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Seventy sixers and also the chicago bulls and he wanted nba championship with a sixty seven. Seventy sixers that many today still considered to be the best. Nba team of all. Time played his college ball at bradley and then cedric subodh. Us was with us. He played eleven seasons in the nba drafted out of college by the sons. Went on to play for the lakers. Dallas also detroit and miami. Nba all star and he was the one thousand nine hundred. Eighty two nba slam dunk champion. He won that award with a blindfolded dunk. I'm ron bar. Thanks for joining us on america's sports talk show a it's for all. Don't get to catch me at one pm and one am right here on sports byline radio network got to be some wrong with if you don't listen to ferrall gorell coast to coast at one pm weekdays and ferrall on the bench at one. Am weekdays on sports byline radio network. Where the rubber always made to road. Actually i'm not even sure what that means to you. Speed the radio network lie at heart. 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And here's host. ron bucks. Glad you could join us for this hour of america's sports talk show on doing this for a long time launching the network back in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty eight is the first sports. Talk radio network in the country and that we were only two hours a night monday through friday and now many years later of course we're twenty four hours a day seven days a week with a lot of great varied programming. And you can find it all on our website at sports byline dot com. If you've ever like the email me with the suggestion for an interview on sports byline or any of the other great shows that we have on the network easy to do just are bar at sports. Byline dot com. That's sports byline being. Bya com all one word. So again i like to hear from you and if you're thoughtful enough to email me and also sign it. I'll be thoughtful enough to get back to you as well. I don't know about you but one of the things that i enjoy doing particularly on the weekends. When i'm off as i'll go by a field and i'll see little leaguers playing and i'll stop not only to watch the game because it kind of takes me back when i played little league baseball but also just to watch the interaction between the players and their coaches and also the parents the kids who are playing baseball and even the coaches as well and you probably have witnessed it yourself. First hand were parents will get out of control. Sometimes they see their kids as an extension of themselves and therefore they'll be rate the kids maybe get angry with the coaches or even the empires in particular game. And i really get upset about that. Well we're gonna talk about something and it's with somebody who has great portfolio to talk about it. We're going to talk about that issue. With richard lander if the name for lander sounds familiar. Justin verlander is his son ingested. Of course one of the great union baseball players a cy young award winner an mvp award winner as well. He has thrown a no hitter and he is written meaning. Richard ver- lander a wonderful book chronicling his son's upbringing. It's called rocks across the pond. Lessons learned stories told and from the people who influence justin both good and bad to the tough decisions. Justin had to make along the way in the past he chose richard uses the book as a catalyst conversation about decision making and the importance of childhood. Influences this is a story that you need to hear. And if you have a young athlete male or female. I hope you'll take it into consideration as you watched them grow in athletics. When we come back. Richard verlinden joins us. And you on america's sports talk show. Hi this is ron bar. And i've got great news for anyone suffering from ongoing pain. 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And you may not know this but just certainly considered one of the good guys in professional sports in his dad loves to talk about the road bumps he experienced and caused and also witnessed along the way that he feels helped mold his son into who he is today You know when parents write a book. We don't usually see that it's usually the app elite writing the book. So what was the motivation for you. Well i actually. That was part of the motivation. The fact that And thanks for having me on. I mean the uh. The idea came about really as a result of Last year after. I retired My wife and i started talking to groups of the leaders in high schoolers and their parents and Just about our experience and Got into qna's and what we found out really quickly was that there was Quite quite avoid when it comes to Information available to parents or just any kind of advice. When dustin came along even there was a tremendous amount instruction for athletes out there in the ways of Pitching hitting and throwing a baseball but when it comes to parents there's just not much so after talking to some groups and and talking with each other you said but you know what We're not genius. We're not the expert but we have experienced this little league all the way to the major leagues and a lot of this stuff that we learned along the way we just from heart and we really felt like it might be beneficial to be able to share some of that with other parents. Step back for just a moment for me richard. Now that you've gone through this experience in down the path how overwhelming generally is it for parents who end up having a son who goes on and plays a professional sport. Well that's a great Great choice of words really because it's very overwhelming it's surreal it's wonderful And it is a dream country all those things but you know the day in and day out of it is. It's very overwhelming. Especially you know. The journey itself From one level to the next It just seems like there's so much on the line In at any given point in time and you know that really becomes a mindset. Because i don't think that ever really stops we we've had folks comments us which adjusted has quote unquote arrived. He's made it but you know when you're looking at your child And even though he's twenty nine years old he's still our son And you know you just wanted to be happy. You want him to do the right things with their success. And and You know you really can't Can't be out there for them so The the biggest stage the more overwhelming for the parents and You know it it. it really is it it's roller coaster. Another challenge. I would assume the fact that if you have other children and you do. By the way that the balanced that parents have to maintain so it doesn't look like favoritism if they happen to see that one of their sons has an extraordinary allen and i think that that is one of the things that is a dynamic in a family that would be very very challenging for somebody that doesn't have meaning the parents their feet on the ground. Yeah well you know For testing younger brother ben That's that's always Well you know it's not even a conscious decision. It's just who we are. And i think uh parents. We have that responsibility to children to if they're each different and each unique and We we just left detroit The the night before let not detroit but We left For her league. Play and When when i way up we start to see my youngest son. Been playing wooden. bat league. the sanatoria valley and virginia where Some of the most excited on some nights the family skunks lives under the scoreboard that you have to evacuate the field from that literally to america park and places like that so we really run the gamut but in terms of how special it is You know they're they're both the same they're both are boys and then you know some pretty big footsteps but y- embraces that and You know that's something. All of his life He's gonna be justin andrew's brother just like we're justin very lenders parents. There is also sibling rivalry and competition. That's a natural thing within families. Tell me a little bit about the two boys Growing up well. I could tell you just never cut that any slack at ed lasts about it and i think i may start that myself when When the boys were still little little enough for me to have an advantage athletically which didn't turn out to be very long time. I'd had You know i would stop them on the basketball court and got too much slack. So consequently justin likewise ben didn't cut him a lot of slack athletically and their families so competitive. I mean you know monopoly checkers you name it so that has always been the case but at the same time justin really really You know they they. They love each other a lot and just didn't always checks on that and wants to know how beds doing and You know we'll call them or text in and You know they. They have a very special relationship. So but but yeah it's no it's katie bar. The door when any kind of competition starts tell me a little bit about justin evolving as a young baseball player. What you saw in him growing up richard. And this is something we we'd like to share especially with with other young athletes and their parents. And and that is that yeah. Justin had a lot of ability He's threw harder than most kids and It was always competitive. But it's not as if he stood out like you look at him at eleven twelve thirteen years old and said wow you know that's gonna be the next major league star. It wasn't like that at all justin I said he was good but he was the number three that you're on his thirteen year old team And so a classic late bloomer if you will and so many kids today i think so quickly get discouraged if they're not if they're not exceptional at eleven twelve. Thirteen people are very quick to tell him. Well you know you're you're not even the best guy here. Abc highschool so. How do you expect that you're ever going to be so many people out there. Tell kids why they can't do it and With their boys. We just tried to emphasize. Let's take it one step at a time. Let's not get too far ahead of ourselves and worry about You know a college scholarship when we're still junior varsity and high school if that's work on getting varsity i and i think that's sort of mindset Really really helped with with boys in terms of not getting ahead of themselves so so it didn't really till i guess he was a sophomore in college before he really stride athletically and a light bulb kind of went on said Know while i can make a living at this someday richard. One of the things that i know is a challenge for parents in. That is some of the decisions that they make for them. As far as the competition that they played the league's that they play in the teams that they play on traveling teams in everything and yet parents usually are not equipped maybe sometimes to do the best thing for their children. Tell me a little bit about how you evolve your philosophy about how justice should be brought along and ben is well to well you know for for one thing We started out Caffeine my wife literally not having played organized sports ourselves not knowing really a lot about any of this stuff so and and hindsight that turned out that the advantage but only because we were really blessed to be surrounded by some very talented coaches and teachers and folks that we thinking and i mentioned in the book. That really aren't often celebrated enough. I think when it comes to looking back and you know have to be a great athlete. You know any of us in the back in and remember those coaches teachers or adult mentors other than that parents and lives that just had such a huge impact so we were really fortunate A lot of decisions we made we had some guidance and Oftentimes though you know that that helps us to which what we should now pass and that is back and say you know and it turns out Who you played for ended up being a lot more important than where you play and the environment that you played as much more important than let's say the name label of a team that you know maybe one three or four college world series or at You know all the prestige of the travel team that you know it's really sometimes. Those teams ended up being Not in every case but a lot of times it's more about the prestige of the team that it is about Really nurturing environment instruction and all that so Opinion over the years changed a little bit like you know. I think a lot of parents are asking questions. And so the young athletes that you're gonna go to a college for instance You know there may be a great recruiter but Talk to the people that are there talk to the parents. Talk to the players How many arm injuries that they had in the last four years and then you guys have had tommy. John surgery That that should be very high on the list. And you know the academics. The right fit. But i don't think those questions are high enough to list Again looking back hindsight being twenty twenty of these things that we you know these are you know we're not. We're not always asking the right questions. I don't think. Richard verlander joined us on sports. Byline is the father of detroit. Tigers pitcher justin ver- lander no hitter to justin's credit american league. Cy young award winner and mvp winner is well and he's got a wonderful book out that i hope everyone will check out. It's called rocks across the pond. 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I think that life is full of examples especially where young athletes are concerned. you know the wrong crowd if you will In in high school a lot of guys that justin played with As a man really ended up defeating themselves We one of the chapters in that book. We call it position for success and we talk about is is how many young athletes coming along That were really really good and very talented very gifted just threw it all the way and so you know some of those. Some of that crowd We made a conscious decision as parents to take justin out of a big city high school and put him in a little country school just because we just felt like the atmosphere was was not right with with respect to some of the things that we saw going on out there and You know so. So yeah i mean and you know. He played for a little league. He played for what i would have to say. It was a very abusive type of coach. That really was very demeaning and You know my my wife. And i actually got involved in bates and complaints and you know got this guy. Drummed out of the league And you know these kinds of things are you know they're not easy. It's not It's a tough thing to do. But when you know. Wh when it's your child i think you have to be aggressive and assert yourself sometimes and so i mean there's just Plenty of pitfalls along the way and you know where we certainly not controlling or overbearing. But we are strict batboys The strictest parents in guslan county In virginia where we're from. And i don't think they meant it as a compliment at the time but hopefully the older they get the more of a complementary becomes because it was we'd It's a label. We were proudly we were talking a little bit about it before you join me on the air here and that is that i think like a lot of people if you go to a little league game you just kind of shudder and shake your head. I know i stopped by every now. And then some of the things that i see coaches do and some of the things i hear parents say coming out of the stands and too many times richard. I think it's an extension of that person. Trying to inject that into the young athletes a young player. Both parents as well as coaches Am i correct in that observation. And and what did you have to deal with aside from that coach. What can be done. What's your suggestion on that. Well my suggestion is really You know the the lesson they get at home The car ride home is a great opportunity to i think. Talk with especially the younger kids about things they see and hear on the field and and You know why you know. It's just not being unkind or placing blame on others and You know or or even their behavior. Let's let's face it You know things like racking and stuff like that talking small children now but justin would tell you today. That He remembers his mom and dad having conversation with him when he was six years old. Seven years old about Some folks that approached him after a little people polychaete and said gee you're really good at. He's like yeah. i know it. And we very quickly snuffed out and you know his parents you you really don't work. It's just a point in time right but that's a little guy. Remember that conversation for the rest of his life. What were some of the boss. What were some of the bumps that he endured along the way that you talk about in the book. Well i think really when we look back There was an held it time. It's the parents Unfortunately and Justin had endure Quite a bit of Jealousy dealing with You know playing if you will being monday on the varsity too soon. There were some some parents that weren't happy that they felt like justin hadn't didn't deserve to be playing when they thought their son play When when he was a little leaguer. has an eleven year old. He played a you know. major league. Little league came and gets of shunned him. Just in you know with with a little different i mean just and this is what it is wonderful coaches and teachers come in. I mean he learned that You know needs to embrace the fact that he wasn't just like everybody else. He was very outgoing. very digitally. very You know it just Just kind of a different sort of kid and you know sometimes being a little different Especially in teenage world can really really be tough on a kid and consequently. I think though that you know with really Good strong foundation that that turns into a strength because later on in life you you see young people like that that that really go out of their way to to Right those wrongs and really take the time to be a friend or somebody that needs one. You sent him to the richmond baseball academy. Tell me why you did that. Well a couple of reasons When when justin was there. I would say i think it was thirteen. Fourteen years old Things happen I realized i coached him all the way through little league starting a six year old not knowing anything and it's one of the things about little league you know your your parents kinda learn as you go and learn from each other. And so by the time he was twelve. I coached his teams. And whether it's coach. But i i quickly realized that that he did have quite a bit of talent so i thought it was time to turn him over to Former college coaches name was pop smith and remained very close. He's one of these guys that made a huge difference injustice life and but he knew what he was doing and provided some really quality instruction but also just the male parts of the game and the other side of the coin was getting real scary for dad to try to catch me. What's thirteen fourteen so but preservation Developing the young with. I have to ask you his decision to go. The old dominion. What did he have the opportunity to get drafted right out of high school. And if so what was the deciding factor in going to college for three years. Well this is another one of those issues that Looking back You know we we were actually. It turned out to be a blessing in disguise. But it sure didn't seem like at the time Justin sat on the sofa with me for two days of major league draft and his name didn't get called at all and You know there again. how how you deal with the negatives and and how you You know whether you take it as a challenge is just did or whether you just sort of. Write it off to well you know. I guess i'm not a good Justin ended up to. Odu gone probably anywhere in the country But i was old dominion because we like the coach there. It's with another one of those things that we just kinda did from there with justin. We you know we talked about it and it and it's just kinda felt right and The coach just a genuinely good man and really said look. I'm gonna take care of your son and that was it for mom and dad. I mean it was like he's gonna take care of fun first and foremost not you know he's gonna take him to the college world series but he's he's gonna look out for the young man and that meant so much had the turns out it turns. It becomes a very good decision On the career path as well because he gets to be a friday night starter at a mid major instead of a baseball powerhouse and as a result of that he's a professional american and he gets on the radar for team. Usa gets a try out and next thing you know three years later. He's a number one. Think the detroit tigers so It was one of those decisions that we made at the time with not a whole lot of information but looking back I would. I would tell a young man unless you go in the first round of the draft and i witnessed this at the time. Go to school. Go to school How many young a really ready to take a little bit of money and go off and live in adult world at the ripe old age eighteen College is just such such a great experience and But it's time you know devastating. It's like oh my gosh if you know if he could just gone with a fifth round we'd have been off to. You knows where we only have a minute before we have to break again. Richard and i'm just wondering was there some concern about the fact that at the college level as a pitcher he might be overused. Because i hear that a lot from my friends who are our major league baseball scouts. Well there isn't there was with justin. i mean The scouts with and people would would really be concerned because justin Always do a lot of innings but wait. What you really didn't see was though that Justin never with asked to roll out in the middle of the week and Like bounce back after two or three days rest so he ended up throwing a lot of innings on a friday night but he wouldn't pitch again until the next friday. And i think i made him stronger and Just as a tough guy to gauge anyway because anybody that's washington pitch note if he's doing harden tonight then the first so it's hard to figure out where the has todd richard. Burr lander is with us and again we're talking about is very talented son. Justin verlander he and his wife. Cathy both of them received the george and barbara bush. Little league parents of the year award and again. I want to urge you to check out this book. It's called rocks across the pond. Lessons learned in stories. Told him when we come back in the next segment. One of the things i wanna talk to. 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I made some strides in my career and justin gets drafted by the detroit tigers. In one that day. I was forever known as justin bad and introduced as such and it's a label that i wear proudly but it it. It's also kind of funny because You know Any any type of former boss would even introduce me. He knew i got a chuckle out of it. So it was always. This is an analysis here from justin. So you really do. I mean it's It it's great but it's also something that you have to get your head around because No no matter where we go with the conversation You know when when especially around sports oriented folks that we're just as parents always quickly china's to oh my gosh and You know that's something that takes a little getting used to you. Know i've said this before on this program. Most people cannot relate to the life of a professional athlete. Not only the money but just the environment that they have to live in. And i'm just wondering. Richard if you can give us a perspective you mentioned about losing your identity to some degree and there are a lot of parents out there that would revel in the ability to be able to know be known as somebody whose parents because they will be catered to an and everything else. Okay give me some insight about that. Yeah well you know It is It it's very different especially We become from working class. Blue collar roots and my wife and i've been married for thirty seven years and a very normal life That suddenly gets turned upside down and frankly for us. One of the biggest challenges is As as you mentioned earlier the the the the gradual transition that Most parents experience when to cut the ties with with a young son that for us We had a young athlete. That was on a an allowance every week. Went to college and suddenly here's some perspective for you. I now ask him if i can borrow the car. So you know. It's a somebody in some instances. It's a little sad because we we actually feel like as i say that book we sort of miss the hand off. There wasn't much of a gradual sort of transition for the most parents experience where You know the young person leaves home and goes out and Get an education and starts to work in the world but still needs to kinda leo and mom and dad a little bit At that time. I cut pretty quickly for us and certainly justin band will always be sons but It's it's more than certainly an advisory role for justin because He's been very blessed very fortunate to be in a position that That we certainly never would've jane coming along so it's it's all good but it's it's you know there's there's there's there's always You know challenges and and no matter what you're doing. I think is apparent whether you're a superstar major league or or just a you know a blue collar worker. I mean it's It's the relationships and the important things all the same. What about that transition making business in baseball decisions. Because i've said on this program. Many times i feel sorry for an eighteen year. Old kid who a talented college athletes most notably basketball or football. Who's being recruited by a lot of colleges. They're trying to make life changing decisions decisions. That are going to be important to their life going forward but when it comes to a player going Into baseball into a professional business professional sport. Those are pretty big decisions as well. Tell me a little bit richard. About how you guys kind of step back and maybe turn it over to an agent or or how collectively as a family or did you just leave that right up to justin to make the final decision on some of those things. Well actually the the answer is yes to both questions we. We did collectively as a family. What caffeine. I tried to insulate justin as much as we could From from the onslaught if you will of of agents and Let's face it. I don't know how many folks out there aware but to be agent. Basically you need a business card. That's i could declare myself and agent today and go looking for young athletes and You know that's the unfortunate side of business And likewise if it looks like you're gonna sign a big contract financial agents or also coming out of the woodwork. All of a sudden and you gotta seventeen eighteen year old kid coming out of high school. For instance holy smokes. That's way way way more than They're ready to handle whether they make they are not and in our case we were fortunate justin's college coach and We we all sat down together and sort of served as a filter With all the enquiries we did our homework we narrowed the list down and just ask testing to focus on playing baseball and at the end of the day we came up with about ten and then when the time was right we sat want johnston and ultimately just made the decision. But we really try to protect him as much as we could from that. Because you know that's just not a decision that you're rich Young person is is ready to make all by themselves you know. Now he's a a business savvy Adults but Coming out looking at the draft and my goodness gracious you know you think about not just athletically and entering into a professional of professional sports but just an adult very adult world and again that gets back to what i say for a high schooler my goodness to say that You gotta take a hundred thousand dollars. Head off to the dominican. Republican play baseball with growing man. I mean holy toledo. that's just a very scary proposition. One of the things. That is very interesting about professional sports in the human nature is balance. I think you know that as well as i do. Richard my friend. Joe morgan the hall of famers say to me on the days you four. You better forget that because there's going to be days when you go over four and you have to have that balance. I want to apply that to to an area and get your thoughts on it as well Archie manning is a good friend of mine. Of course he has two very talented sons. In eli and peyton and They interacted together and how he helped them and as they became stars as you know when you become a star in any sport somebody wants a piece of you. And i always admired michael jordan for the fact that everybody wanted something or to do commercials. Or what have you in. That balance is very very difficult. Because you know it's what have you done for me lately. When it comes to sports they get you the opportunities. Tell me a little bit about how justin has dealt with that. Well i've been really proud of Certainly the most noteworthy events Professionally with the last year. I mean with the cy young and the mvp the number of requests for appearances and that sort of thing endorsements if you will Just went through the roof exponentially and justin was very judicious about How much she did i mean. On the one hand it's a bit of an obligation and responsibility. I think that You know and you're right. You do i mean how many bytes it that apple you get i. I don't think you want to totally turn your back on them. But i also think if you're not careful It it can get in your head and all of a sudden your focus where it needs to be so so justin You know with with his Off season appearances. And i also really like a lot of the things that he's done For us for f- family It's as you said. I mean it's a one minute you're on top of the world the next minute especially baseball when four for four the next day you know. They're ready to run you out of town so I i think air philosophy that and this is something else that read it but we picked up along. The way is don't get too high with the highs and don't get to those of the lows and justin has never been much into All the adulation. If you will. I mean he loves hispanics he loves detroit But but the the awards and things he's always been a little G weiss everybody making such a big deal about me and you know i say that humbly in very proudly as a parent and if you know just and he really is that way And he he relishes his down time. And you know the thanks. He does for his with his success. Like the working for veterans work. He does for Underprivileged kids in new york. And do i in detroit and those kind of things. That's what he likes to do with his time and that's what we like to see him. Do one of the things that i know that when you do become successful especially when you're a good guy like he is. It's hard to say no. Is that hard for him to do. no Because he's had to. I mean he was just telling me a story just the day before yesterday He was Just hanging out before the game and Some particularly loud obnoxious gentlemen Who had a few too many drinks. west just just really after him to you know the picture. Let's take a picture. Let's do this. Let's do that and You know you just have to learn how to say no and You know if you if you if you don't then you're you're just talking to have any personal time you're not gonna have any any ability at all to Justin loves nothing better than to hang out with his friends from his hometown and loves nothing. Better into the normal which spotlights not There's nothing he'd rather do than just hang out with his buddies. And you know if somebody infringes on that then justice going to have to say you know now and it's It's not something that comes naturally to have it all because he is a giving person but When when you're when you're in the spotlight so to speak you just have to joe. Morgan said to me that he started preparing for retirement. The first day he started playing aware certainly that it could come to an end all of a sudden. What type of approach has just taken about his career. Well i have to know he justin. I couldn't say that he goes that mindset. I mean he is. He's a different kind of cat He's set a goal for himself that To to be in the hall of fame and that sounds a little weird and we talked about in the book and even a little arrogant. But if you know justin it's it's not really bad at all. It's just that he has such high expectations of himself that He feels like a at this point in time in his career that that's a logical goal and To reach that goal he'll have to You know bring a couple world series rings to detroit and really will have to Push himself to ever and he's been very fortunate that you know he's been healthy and he's been very blessed in that regard so Even coming up he would tell you. I certainly don't condone this little kids. It happened to be listening out there. Just really never has a plan b and. I'm not sure what other the if you look at it through their page and tell you that he's a professional baseball player a semi pro golfer. I think i think he does fashion himself a bit of a of a golfer whenever his playing days. We'll we'll see about that you know. I've never quite understood. Why all golfers. Excuse me baseball players love the game of golf and i finally asked one of my friends. Why that was. He said because it's the only ball in sport that you hit without moving obviously seen me but yeah yeah and you know all the baseball players golfers with all the offers wannabe basketball basketball players. It'd be rockstars mazing. You know what are the coolest stories with justin doe is even among stars. They're stars and they'll ryan's always been zero and after just two is i though. Hitter nolan ryan called in and Justice says man. I wish i could have that conversation again. Because i was i was so nervous and so off i just stumbled in thought even remember what i said. We only have a minute left richard. But when you think about how you've raised both your boys and and also justin success and everything. What is it that makes you and kathy the most proud well honestly. It's the things that he does with the success. We really Believe that those much is given much expected and they fight young the mvp. Those things are nice but You know justin donates his sweet on days. He pitches in detroit to the families of injured veterans and You know the things. He does with with his down time to work with less privileged kids and those kind of things as a parent. Certainly are the things that make you. The most proud of the other stuff is great and puts a smile on your face. But at the end of the day as i said it's what he does with his success that that makes us happy and and the fact that he's happy doing loves his job you know no matter how much money you make We're having material things if you're not happy. You're not fulfilled with what you're doing. Then you know you really. He's not gonna last. And so those are the things that that we care about. And i think make us proud well. Congratulations not only for the way you've raised both your boys But also the manner in which you've done it and also for writing this book before you came on. I said i was glad to see a book like this one that parents everybody can use. It's called rocks across the pond. Lessons learned and stories told. Thank you and richard. You're welcome back here anytime. And at some point we'll have justin on because it would be fun to talk to him as well and get his perspective. Thanks a lot richard. Great i thank you richard. Burr lander with us. He is the father of detroit. Tigers pitcher justin verlander. We continue on sports byline. Hello and welcome back to the ronnie do each tax program on the line is paul from california. Hi paul what's your tax problem today. Irony love your show. listen. I've got a big problem. You see my paycheck was gorgeous last week. I'm we'll get half the normal amount to make matters worse. The irs froze my bank account. Listen i'm embarrassed and scared. 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They're gonna find some wholesome shortcut through someone's back yard news network talk. It is free talk. Live ladies night edition. Apparently six zero three two eight six one six zero. That's the call you talk about anything you want. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero with you in the studio tonight. It's aria angie and bonnie as usual. For wednesday's i have absolutely nothing in the way of show prep. Even under the best circumstances my ability to access show prep is pretty limited but on wednesdays spent the entire day working than our come straight here and do more work and the backlog of things that i have to take care of his becoming quite a problem. Not sure how. I'm going to do with the but basically had no time to look anywhere to see what was happening in the world today again. We have you covered today that so what is happening. Well we can start with the san diego. County pays one million to resolve lawsuits by boys who are lleged sexual assault by their foster brother. Okay that sounds like a good place to start because that's a real issue. That doesn't get talked about enough people always you know. Especially the anti the pro-life crowd. That's what i'm looking for. They sweep all of this under the rug. Say oh you could just put your child up for adoption or whatever but the the foster care system in the united states is horrifically broken. There's so much sexual abuse within it. I'm not sure it's in anyone's benefit and it happens and they sweep it under the rug. They don't try to hide it because they don't want people to know what's really going on or that the state can't handle what they have in place and if your kid and you don't have like your regular parents or you don't have parents that you're very used to you like who are you going to go to the trust and tell about that and that they're gonna listen to you every time in a lot of cases the social workers who are supposed to protect these children are just either so incompetent or so buried under a workload that they miss obvious signs of abuse and people have died as a result. We've covered such stories herald freetalklive of children in foster homes who the her parents for a route routinely reported to authorities and yet no one did anything about it in then suddenly. Oh no. there's a dead. Six year old could have been prevented but no the state can't do anything right. This one says that social workers hid the foster child's violent history from the foster mother when they placed the child in her home sales about right and then when she refused the her. Please remove the teenager from the home. So san diego county has agreed to pay one million to settle a lawsuit by three boys who alleged. They were sexually assaulted by the foster child. A teenager who the county placed in their home then refused to remove despite the foster mothers asking for help lawyers for the boys sued in two thousand eighteen through their adopted. Mother filed a motion friday to approve a miner's compromise which bells out how the subtle amount distributed the county and other named defendants including five. Social workers did not admit to any wrongdoing as part of the settlement. The county did not respond to a request for comment. The three boys identified in the records. Only dc tcjc alleged nickel negligence civil rights violations and other wrongdoings by the defendant. The union Tribune is not publishing their names. Melanie's last name to protect the children's privacy and offended here is the saint louis. The san diego county said diego. I don't know why thought you said saint louis. No san diego county and the mom or the mother. The foster mother was melanie. This is a positive development. I guess except it doesn't do anything to punish the actual offenders here. No it doesn't bill onto tax payers. Yeah there wasn't anything like amended to make it to where the social workers can't just ignore. The parents pleased to take violent kids other house. Yeah and of course. The state isn't going to do that of its own accord because this is not the one that's going to have to pay this bill. Tax payers are m. Maybe if taxpayers have to pay enough of these bills eventually the by. Hey you have to do something about this. But that doesn't seem to be happening anywhere. But i don't think we really know how much they have to pay out because it's not like at all comes to the media. It's not like everything reported that they say. Oh let's settle with you for this amount of money and people are subtle and they won't go to the media because they want the money excellent point it says the county has paid nearly ten million since two thousand fifteen to resolve at least eleven child where welfare lawsuits in the district court alone. According to the san diego union tribune review of the court records. The three boys said in their sworn complaint that when the county ask melanie to take into new foster children. A teenage boy identified in the lawsuit and his sister. So she'll workers hid from heart the mental illness and his prior sexually violent behavior. So they knew about it when they placed him in that home with children. I i wish. I could be surprised. But i i just can't be based on just everything i've heard about the foster system in the united states. I mean this sounds pretty par for the course for them. Well you center the rug not telling people about it says that the law requires child wear flat officials to disclose to prospective caregivers a foster child's known history now if the government doesn't follow their own laws. How do they expect us to follow everything. Well they since they're not private. You know who's going to be checking them. That's why when i lived on a military base just seemed like every little thing how to deal with on bass like to go pay my rent Had to go deal with housing like. There's nobody checking on them. So they were just gonna do the worst job possible and they didn't have any repercussions when they did bad. She's like the. Us postal service. I mean the they're not a private company so there's no repercussions whatsoever for the fact that they've run their company essentially to the ground. They can't pay their bills and they they have. No operating. Funds are constantly running a deficit. Their vehicles are thirty years out of date. They can lose your mail. Nothing happens there was a period here. When i first moved became where they just routinely would not deliver any important melanie they would leave me like the market market basket flyers and stuff like that but anything that was actually address to me. That was actually important and cleaning. Bills statements from doctors always got. Returned to sender. There was no accountability. I could go to the post office. And i did multiple times complaining. Just deliver my freaking mel. That's that's your entire job now. You have a box at your house. They they just wouldn't deliver to correct. I thought maybe it was appear box or something and it was and i'll everything was addressed correctly. Yes they're like. Well you have to have your name on it. What you're delivering mel. That's not addressed to me to this mailbox. The name that you're delivering to is not on this mailbox in the first place second. My name is on the mailbox. I don't know what's going on. I know you don't because you're a government agency and jerk completely incompetent all i want you to do. I finally solved the problem by leaving a letter or a quick little note in the mailbox to the postal carrier. Just deliver whatever is sent here and let me sort it out. That's kind of my job as the person who lives here is to sort it out. Say oh this isn't for me. I'm going to put that in the trash. Or i'm going to send that back because it looks important yes Yeah but there was no accountability whatsoever. It only got fixed when i connected with the postal carrier on a human level. Hey this is ridiculous. I've jump through all of your stupid hoops. Put my name on the mailbox. Even though why do you deliver my name anyway. They do that here in the new hampshire evidently or at least here in keene where they won't deliver mel to your house. If has got the wrong name on it. How many people. I know i've seen that people move first of all the second of all. Why are you even looking at the names. It has an address on it. Put it in the box. Yes how this works. It's really simple but they don't do that. There's no accountability anywhere within government. You can't go to another ups or usps whatever. No but i did ultimately say okay. We'll screw it. I'm just not getting anything important. Melting me for a brief period and everything came via email and stuff like that but it wasn't effective way of dealing with the problem because i received dozens of emails a day. Most of them are not important. So that just increased volume of junk cops receiving. Did you get your packages from like fedex and ups. Yes yes yes yes. Because they're relatively private companies. Exactly be held accountable. I'm sure nothing will happen to the people who put this violent kitten in this house and they broke the law apparently to do it. Because there's just nobody to compete with them and do a better job for them to lose their jobs. She will likely i assume she. The fuster worker will likely fired and we'll go to a different district and continue carrying on this horrific behavior there without accountability. I mean that's what the catholic church does when one of their previous busted doing stuff like this. They just ship them to a different area and don't get any history presumably. Not i don't know if they tell the new heads of the church said. Hey this over touchy feely one. Yeah i don't know if they were not. I imagine they probably don't. They have like a secret handshake for which ones are touchy. Feely which aren't So that's one of the most depressing things that i've heard today. Hopefully there's less depressing stuff in the news. I mean i guess good for the kids that they're going to be wealthy as a result of this but that's not going to make up for the damage that state is doing to them into countless others. Who aren't suing six zero. Three two eight three six one six zero s to call online. You can take control of the airwaves. Talk about whatever is on your mind. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero. This is free talk. Live the tyranny federation and the taryn league have been killing each other for decades sheltered wealthy and letters from the threat. The members of the five hundred of no interest in changing that when rear admiral terrence murphy is given governorship backwater system. A risk free pass to wealth and power is his for the taking but murphy is a man of honor duty and responsibility. He intends to stop the killing. And whatever the cost governor by david weber and richard foxe from books dot com. Are you tired of governments around the world. Stop using their money. 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One of the changes. I wanted to make was replacing. Free the freetalklive bender down there to say she talked live just for wednesday nights and i started doing it but i couldn't find the graphic that was used to do that originally so i'm going to have to just replicate that and make it. She talked live. 'cause i think that'd be funny regarding. I thought you were talking about this. I was like you can do anything on a computer. Yeah it would be easier. If i had the source files so i could just go in there and change it. I just thought you were talking about like changing it in the cameras. Like whoa. that's crazy. Oh sorry i could do that for the. We're talking on the radio. I'm talking about like a thing on the wall behind me like sign. Yeah i forget what they're called now but we actually talked about them one night here on the show got. I don't remember it isn't important but let's go to the phones. We got robbed calling from vermont. If i can find the right button rob. You're on free. Talk live hey so I went through the foster system back in the nineteen seventies and had i had not gone into the foster care system. I wouldn't have been molested by the same guy twice. Yeah i'm sorry to hear that unfortunately like such common story from everyone. I know that spin in foster care were been adopted. Did you get any once. It was discovered that that was going on. No no because I never told anyone. Okay you know. And the reason why i never told anyone it was because i was chained in this. You know what i mean. Yeah yeah and i was. You know. I was over ten years old. I didn't expect it just came out of the. I was ambushed into this and sees horrifying a person. You know and it's a really horrible experience and the only way they say that you can get past. This is to forgive the perpetrator. I really have a hard time with that. I imagine you do all of these years later. I i certainly would say the only way for you to get past. It is to forgive the perpetrator equally disturbing the funniest guys with talking about this because it seems like this kind of thing business. Well i mean by that. Is that look how easy it is to prosecutor preached you know I'm not saying that all priests are innocent. You can't say it all pre shaquille and if you go ahead you take a look at the case. Father gordon macrae in new hampshire convicted out of king as he was for. You know something that he didn't even do. And this guy went appeal after appeal only to have these denied. I don't know his case. Can you tell us a bit more about it. I mean he was Accused of you know children at this parish. Okay you know. When he wasn't even around he was down in mexico. He wasn't even in new hampshire. But it it's the story is on these stonewalls if you read it. There's a whole bunch of stuff in there that tells about a dorothy rabinowitz pulitzer prize. Winning investigative journalist for the wsj wall street journal did too cool stories on this and were they stories exposing the fact that he couldn't possibly have been there because he was in mexico yes and he still was charged and found guilty premier for over twenty six years ago. He's still in jail that's crazy. That's that's unfortunate. I mean the the justice system in the united states hardly district anything that is remotely like justice. Rob thank you so much for the call tonight. It's i don't know anything about this guy's case so i can't say it's actually true that he was in mexico or not but i would be stunned to find that. His appeals denied when he can pre presumably show that he was in mexico at the time. That i that i have is that someone along the line in the k. Somewhere trying to cover something up and they don't want him to get out because they don't want something to be found out or said very likely to be the case but in in less serious news news. Because i don't want to be depressed nine about the entire show tonight Evidently being blonde is a choice. And if you are blonde you have blonde privilege. According to the kites lond privilege does the person who make who wrote this a point out that women initially began dying their hair blond because it signified they were prostitutes. I haven't screen. I haven't seen that research presumably. Well i didn't read the entire thing yet. But they were talking about all the negative things that she thinks about blonde people at her name. Is amy liqueur site. It is a woman just sounds like a woman who is really jealous of blind people. That's really what it sounds like. It has a picture of ivanka trump And her sister the trump and all these other like right wing people who have blonde hair like a whole bunch of fox news ladies like megan kelly and it says actually have blonde hair or did they die. They're blonde most of these look like they probably dye their hair blond. But i'm not sure. I think he has really wanted. I don't though It says blonde hair is at least eleven thousand years old. The variety we now are most familiar with began as a genetic mutation in northern europe where the sun is weak. Light hair allows more vitamin d to trickle in through the scalp that there goes which is useful when the sky is cold and dark. It wasn't the first haircut that people had so it was rare and it's being being rare made it sexually desirable and it's being sexually desirable mantis spread and then know that. That's how sexual attraction works on a biological level. I don't know i mean you. Somebody with three is and you're not sexually attracted to them because it's rare. It's bizarre to paint sexual attraction in those terms or maybe then since it really was was rare that it people were like. Oh i gotta get with that. It could be that was everywhere helmet. I mean especially in the in the peers that we're talking about fifty ten thousand and eleven thousand years ago when they were more concerned with whether or not the person was likely to produce strong offspring. That would survive. Their concern was not oh man. She's had. He's got weird here. I i. I don't know. I always think about blue eyes to you because like imagine everyone only having brown eyes and then seeing someone with blue eyes like. That'd be even crazier than blonde hair because that there was something like really wrong. Yeah that's what i'm saying. It blue eyes would be crazy. If if you would only ever seen like brett brown eyes you would assume they were. Some sort of genetic mutation. Probably want to breed with them. Yeah that's so true you could even just. There was a sign of something wrong with them. No one he's broken says. Eventually blindness spread south many of the greek goddesses golden-haired as were many heroes of the eliade people. 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The beginning of the raid is in eastern king. Yeah right right next door to me. So basically i get to see. You often wish you well on your journey or your word. You may march with me. I wish i could. I've got responsibilities here. That are keeping me tied up but keep us posted on how this develops a sounds like is going to be interesting and good job most hanging in character there through all of this. I'm still unclear. What a hint. Bill actually is inside. Like even just like jury nullification villes. He said it was grievances that he would pick up. Pick up along the way so maybe complaints or issues that people may have with the government. All meet them at my name. Is martin hand my grievances. That's a great idea. Maybe march him through keene. I'll marsha them at some point. I'll i'll have to drive their most likely in march for like a day and then get back in my car. Something so we're talking about being blonde and whether or not is choice. Well it's it definitely gives you privilege of according to the cuts and that's the that's the journal or website or whatever this running. This piece is the website that runs this right. Now they're talking about how Blonde hair started in like northern europe. Because there's less sun there and then it started going down and people Eventually like italy wanted blonde hair and it says. It didn't take long for stereotypes. Besides sexiness to attach to the look. Marie-antoinette's friend rosalie do was a legendary courtesan with the habit of long pauses before she spoke. Oh that's annoying. She was frequent barack obama when he speaks people listen to he pauses like every three words. He's wanted to emphasize his words. I can remember some pausing. pretty annoying. Says she was frequent frequently the mistress someone famous and powerful. She was even Gifted to twenty year old prince philip. She was gifted. Yeah we prints she. She was privileged to be gifted like a piece of property to somewhere between your old boy. Prince louis philip. The first by his father so that he could learn thing or two when a nightmare. Seventeen seventy five one. Act play a prostitute. She was gifted as a prostitute This was sounds like oh that learner finger to yes you or a couple nights when a seventeen seventy five was supposed to lie. Smack him or something okay. Years makes a lot more system where my brain went with it. I thought i was gifted they. They got married but no it was just so he learned a thing or two Says parrot. I mean so. Parents was amused by a one. Act play called lake. Curiosity is dale of wire. So i don't want to move on from this yet. The blonde privilege that we're talking about here was the privilege of being given as a sex slave to a print. She was probably compensated. I would imagine that it wasn't like she was like a slave to go. It was like oh okay prostitute. Yeah we'll give you. We will give you to this prince so that you can teach him a thing or two but we will pay you but we're going to give you to him that that's the way i see it. The worst part about this is twenty year old boy to me. I hate. I hate them to deal with them at all. I think that it would be good sometimes for young men to learn about sex from someone that they don't have emotional attachments to sure to begin with especially because then they're not like oh i love you. I'm so in love with you. Because i learned everything from you and i didn't really learn anything from you but i love you. Also maybe learning something from a woman who can explain to them. How stuff actually work. Yes and what you shouldn't shouldn't do. Yeah no i if. This was all consensual. It'll have an actual problem with it. But i do see what you're saying. are you like. They're trying to build up a case. That being blonde is a is a privilege and they give an example of just something. That doesn't sound very fun to me. It could definitely be fun like you said if it was consensual then presumably. The woman probably enjoyed it weight. Her time doing it. But in general if you're looking for a reason to pay someone is being privileged being a prostitute. Shouldn't be your your top of the top of the list right. Correct not that. There's anything wrong with sex work. I don't mean to suggest there is but is is not considered generally high profile. This is a successful person. Maybe it was back then and she was compensated very very well. He is a prince so maybe she was privileged by her blonde hair to be compensated so well for her duties and it does say she was frequently the mistress of someone famous and powerful till she got gifts. Good for her right yeah. I can't article that. She can die her hair by no. That's what i was thinking. I wonder if she is one. I wish i would've looked up a picture of her before this. It didn't Will apparently from that woman that was the prostitute you that's where historians now that two hundred and fifty years later. That's where the a stereotype was born. The blonde as slutty and dumb. I don't know how that makes her dumb seems to me but she successful. She's doing something right. I've never wondered about where the stereotype came from. That wants or down. I would have thought it was like paris hilton. That started that maybe not marilyn monroe or something. I suspect it goes back further than whatever it was. They said two hundred fifty years ago or whatever. What are your thoughts on this. Do you know where this originated that blondes. Her dumb six zero three two eight three six one. Six zero colon. Control the airwaves. It's free talk live. I'm grateful to have heard from some of our satellite listeners. Recently i appreciate knowing that people are out there who liked what we do and are willing to support it financially l. dot. 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I don't have four hours out of my day to take to do that right now. And this don't it makes you feel better. I dyed my hair a couple of weeks ago. Just because stone walked up to me and said is that gray hair. I see bonnie and yes it was. Yeah but i've never had blond hair but bonnie you have and yours is still mostly blocked. This is where i have not dyed my hair aria. Do not feel bad about that. Okay that is from not dyeing my hair. That's still blonde to me. I don't know maybe the circus darcus. It looks kind of blonde because there are lots of gray in there. Well then that's keeping mixing up I can tell you that having blond hair. I have noticed a difference. In the way that i've been treated and though at the attention that i've gotten from Men and the way that children sometimes look at you when they look up and you have blonde hair the is are very big and live and bright and then sometimes when you're a brunette they're to sometimes they are a little sheepish. They're not as open and as friendly. I bet but it's I when my hair was brunette for a long time. And i put it blonde again. I was like oh it's true. Blondes have more fun. And i really feel that. That's the case while you're making me really jealous right now. I just i my hair black. Because i have this super reddish golden tense my like normal medium brown hair and it just. When i tried to be blonde. It was only for like a month and it was just so orange it. I just couldn't get rid of the orange did you do it yourself. Yeah i do myself. I did mine myself for a lot of years. And so i would. I would do like the walmart thing. So i had like really blonde. Then have a lighter blond and the lighter blind so it was like a rainbow arranged thing because every time you would dial of it. And and so i went to the Salon the very first time i got it died by someone professional and i was like. I'm tired of looking like walmart box. Can you please help me. And she was like yep. And after that i was like oh i'm not doing it again by myself Box interesting. i assumed you just had you. Were naturally black hair. I did to everybody. Says i just think they look like oh pill hits it looks like my hair color to me and i don't want to have any other hair color but i wish i could be blonde for like a month and then go back. I just don't want bleach. What about a wig. I thought that'd be so hard. I just put the little netting on or whatever and then just put that sucker on and we've learned with it. Yeah i'll have been month. You might like all kinds of hair cells then so for those just tuning in. We're talking about this article from the cut dot com where blondes are just privileged prostitutes. And very silly but it's fun to discuss so let's get back into it. You don't have to leave your hair to get it red. Okay that's why it takes so long. Yes yes is all that out. Because i was looking at that. Yeah i was like. Wow that takes the color really well. But i make sense it says fox news and donald trump have given blonde hair and new chapter now blonde. New certainly has obsessed with blonde women. They really are. They know that people like to look at blonde because blondes they were talking about. We see. Blondes may go. Yeah i need to get in that right that mutation. Apparently they always say that. Blue eyes are a mutation to in my mic of immediate response about every organism is ultimately a mute china. I say my first response was to get like insulted like it's not a mutation but then i'm like kind is and everything would be. It is a mutation but so is this opposable thumb here so is the ability to rationalize the ears so everything about us is a mutation of some other organisms. That is very similar to us that mutated from some other organisms. That was very similar to going all the way. Back to one celled microorganisms. He doesn't make sense that we would come from like fish monkeys and then have blue eyes. And that's like the only met mutation blonde hair and that's like oh that's the mutation you're right there's countless mutations about each one of us individually that are going to die out or progress into the species propagate further. I think it's worded did badly. I don't think we should characterize evolution as a series of mutations. Because you're right it does sound like an insult. Your a mutant has never been considered a nice thing to call someone right. And that's how they're painting. This is the author. Here is pointing at blondes. Are going you. People are mutant. That's messed up man. Well unless it's a choice. Apparently it says now blind is the color of the right. For whom whiteness has become a hallmark over the past decade or so As inclusiveness became the hallmark of obama era liberals the left found feminist. Icons in rachel maddow samantha power in the shell obama who made no apologies for their failure to fit traditional ideals but hashtag maga- fox news. America is a place where all the classic signifier of privilege in wealth work on overdrive. The country club issue blue blazers with brass buttons and khaki pants and above all else for women that yellow blond hair. Oh said yellow blond not nice. These people have really yellow blond hair. I guess trump. This is orange like an orange blonde. Yeah carefully. their carefully tended hair a dog whistle of whiteness. That wouldn't white skin be the biggest dog. Whistle whiteness. i feel like. I'm the lease blonde here in the most dog whistle white. It doesn't make any sense. It's not like people. Look at angie and be more prone to think she's white me. Yeah i mean we're white. I presume this. Because as far as i know only white people can't have naturally blonde hair but how many people actually have naturally blonde hair when they get older. I mean to children's start with blonde hair. And then as they turn three four five years old it starts to fade off and turned into a different color. My was initially blonde me to. I guess that's true. Not probably is why it seems like there are more blinds than there are because there's so many little kids that are blonde and then they grow up in their blonde anymore. I wonder why that is. I do too because a lot of my kids had my charlottenburg. Mikey had blonde hair and blue eyes. And he was like this cute as a button. I'm not saying that he's not now but like as he was growing up he was blonde hair and he's just sweet and had like the southern accent. That's miss says fox news america. Oh yeah already. Read that part says So it's a dog whistle of whiteness. Unspoken declaration of values a wink. Wink to the power of radical or. Wait racial privilege into the nineteen eighties vibe pervades a movement led by a man who still believes in the guilt of the central park five. That's so specific. This person just has a vendetta against a blonde people who is she talking about. Who is who is the man here that she's referring to trump presumably think she's just trying to paint like the idea of like what blonde people are signifying by being blonde. Like if you're blind your signifying to other people. Like i go to country clubs and i'm white and i believe the central park five or guilty. That seems oddly spending on the central park. five. I don't know if she has to be referring to a specific person in this is talking about the blinds in trump era. Apparently even though this was written after biden was elected. It's just like you forget everything about biden being president. It's everything bad is trump's fault still maybe her ex husband's new wife or girlfriend is blond. Though i why during that well yeah. They're still talking about the trump era it says during that republican preppy handbook when dynasty and dallas were on. Tv the type of conspicuous ostentation. That would leave real estate developer to she'd his entire apartment in gold leaf was actually in vogue. Look at the movies. Jake's girlfriend hold on what the hell did that author just right. But during the trump administration because of the shows dynasty and dallas type of conspicious ostentation li real estate developer to she. His entire apartment in gold leaf was actually in vogue. He's trying to say like people are living all the sudden like ran like the wolf of wall street and being blonde and okay. I'm glad that you clarified that. Because i did not get that. For what the hell is talking about i. I'm aware of a show called dallas. But i thought that was. I don't know. I don't keep up with television. Shows it even worse than keep up with movies which is not very much the authors better when they're not puffing they're out like that and whether it just talking about how how horrible being blonde is and how they're racist or whatever that's when the authors better well they i'm just going to skip the trump era thing 'cause i it's truly hard to understand what they're talking about. She says since only about two percent of the world has naturally blonde hair. Being blonde is a choice and the means used to get. There could be very easy to read. It's not a choice for me. It would be a choice for these super of the population that could certainly dyed their hair color. That's here but anyone can dyed their hair pretty much any color they want. Your burnett is making a choice to be a brunette to annex two eight three six away in on whatever you want six zero three two eight three six one six hundred. I'm italy recruited search and rescue officer. 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So i'm pretty sure that That ryder was just on a tangent about trump being blonde that yes okay that that seems about right now. Who are these central park five. Something familiar with yeah. Of course the central park five now if store sees forgive me but it was five Black man. I think school age. That were All convicted of beating and raping a white woman who was jogging through central park And then i think recently within the last five years i'm not gonna spend ten were They're sending sways appealed and they were giving the verdict of forty four million dollars from the state of new york because dna evidence proved them not guilty. And how long were they in prison. twenty five thirty years from the the majority of their the majority of their lives than there is no amount of money that could give them what they lost and a lotta people. That's that's I remember whenever donald trump. I started running for office. Everybody was like you know because even after the The court system let these guys though and awarded on forty four million dollars. You know He was still now they. Did you know those Those boys are be raped. That woman ball even though you know. Dna evidence pointed that it was a caucasian man. Ripped the lady. Trump was still. Yeah i know. After they were released he they still was firm on his beliefs of them doing it however he is the type of man and never say it was wrong With hey that's who will mess up. I never heard of that. Well thank you. So much for the clarification antonio i had never heard of it either and i'm not surprised at donald trump. You know he you're absolutely right. He is the type of person who would who is unable to admit when he's wrong even if he's clearly wrong so what we're talking about. Here is an article from that. This horrific looking woman for from the cut bunny actually looked up Pictures of her. And i could see why. This particular person has a vendetta against attractive people in general i can. I can just see in her face that she's never been called like sledding and dumb and then she's jealous that's a weird thing to be jealous of but let's get back into the article because she she's got some what's going to interesting insights so she says since about only two percent of the world has naturally blonde hair being blonde as a choice in the means used to get there can be very easy to read as can the choice of which sort of blonde precisely one wishes to be my best friend. He is always getting his hair like almost white blind. Like i've never seen anybody else with the white -ness of blonde the he gets and he's always like bragging about the place he goes in austin but he's not racist and he's not. I don't know. I wouldn't say anything that. This lady is laying country club No i don't think anyone could definitively make an argument that someone is racist because they choose to their hair blond. I mean that's just a a personal choice. And i don't see how a person's hair color could possibly lead to whether or not there. What about the african americans who have blonde hair because they die their her blond. Sometimes they get. We've that's blonde or they get dreads. That are blonde. She's not making very good. It just sounds like she's mad. When i clicked on one of the pictures of her face a popped up said. It's a it's apparently a role in journalism that women the biggest stance take if they're journalists will be one that will be trying to argue that they some some kind of feature that they have should be considered attractive in society so apparently refers out. I didn't follow journalists. Who are women. It's apparently like a joke that the biggest stance they'll take in their career will be something about making a a like a part about them like say if i wanted black hair to be more attractive and i was a journalist and i was always writing like people need to make black hair more attractive. Apparently that's like a trope of female journalists and that's what she's falling. Well we can assume this what she's following but she's ultimately just uttering onset sets and she keeps trying to compare blonde haired two rightwingers but when when we were on the break i was thinking about it and like hillary clinton has very blonde hair. She always has. I thought she was a brunette attitude. But i thought she was great. Now i wrong. Maybe it's just like white hair. Oh man in my memory. It's like blind i'm brunettes. Oh really that's crazy. Maybe it's not white here is probably white now. Okay so yeah. So did i m right. Wow that's crazy. I guess. I just remembered her blunt like gray hair and thought she was blind. There are there are plenty of people on the left who do have blonde hair. Because there's plenty of people of any race or any any side of the political aisle or whatever. They want to be blonde. Just a silly thing general. She saying that the types of blondes means different things to she said for every carolyn bessette kennedy with expensive buttery chunks. From the brad. John salon there is somewhere out there a kendra wilkinson. You guys know. She don't understand anything that you just said did you. I think i think so. She's saying forever like when that. There's like a classy blonde there's a kendra wilkinson. Who's like a playboy. Bunny what's wrong with that. And she did very well for herself as well. Yeah i mean these people have bad lives a leftist. Why is she naming icing sex work like this because she is mad because she has brown hair. She can't be a playboy bunny because it's not because her hair isn't blonde lady. I've seen pictures of you. You could die your hair blonde. It's not gonna help. that's pretty true. Says the class imp. Implications are almost embarrassingly. Easy to spot the all blonde comment on Fox news as a specific look. It's layered in yellow and never too long. It's controlled and polish boys in place. It is just their personalities. Though i mean this is true for rachel maddow was well. Her hair is always perfect. Oprah winfrey's hair is always perfect when they're on the air doing their thing because they pay for yes. They have makeup artists in hair people that they pay to make sure that these things are taking care of. It is weird. That fox news has a very specific. Look that they go for. But that's that's ultimately i worked for. It as a fitness company down in mississippi when i did work and the owners very clearly had a certain type of woman to which they were attracted and every single female employees. They're fit that stereotype. It's very easy to explain the similarities among reporters at fox news as just rupert murdoch. Whatever his name is liking. That look. I'll have to go and look because i haven't really paid attention to know that they look a certain way. But now i'll be like oh wait. They're almost indistinguishable. Okay have you seen the movie. bombshells i thought that movie was so funny Yeah they're all blond in there too. I've never seen bombshells. It was about The guy. I was his name. But roger ailes being like Molester and he was the top of fox news and has so playing megan. Kelly funny sounds fun. What south kind of disturbing but six zero three two three six six zero more coming up. It's free talk live the l. r. n. dot fm social media channels have been revamped. 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Because you're you're great at being productive but do you think that could benefit you. It would. wednesdays are the worst days really. I'm not gonna be productive when i leave here tonight. I'm going to go home and do nothing. But that's because my wednesday start at like eight thirty in the morning and that's unusual. Tuesday and tuesday ended this time about four thirty. When you finished that. You're like oh. I gotta get a few hours sleep i. It was somewhere around four thirty or five. I don't know the exact time. But that's only because i have to work at my other job on day shift on wednesdays and that's normally not the case i can normally sleep until one or two in the afternoon and get plenty of while other people are out there being productive doing whatever the hell it is normal people do at nine in the morning. I'm sleeping because i'm up at four thirty in the morning being otherwise productive. When i'm sleeping you're awake. Yes i would rather not sleep at all. But they don't have a pill for that what they do but it makes you go crazy so they do have a pill. The makes you not sleep. Well not real could be like math or something. Say something that's on appeal but even just like without a job. If you don't sleep you go. Crazy happened to ian. It happened but that was prolonged awake for four days on purpose. Yeah well not really that. That was related. Who lsd okay. And i was like wait a minute but he was on purpose because he was like. He had this revelation that he didn't need sleep. Time wasn't real standing there naked at the top of the stairs. Declaring that time is not real ellen. How long did he sleep when he fell asleep. I it was so bad that mark mark paid the college kids who were living right down the street one hundred dollars to just take off of his hands. Oh wow just let him stay here for a few days let him. that's great. Didn't he get a committed because of that. I don't remember the how it all ended but the college kids have something to do with the commitment. I think he got committed briefly. Speaking of lsd though you have an interesting story about a ceo who was using lsd to pre coincidentally boost productivity and who has now been fired for doing so but before we get into that. Let's go to the phones. We got bobby. Calling from florida pa. You're on free talk live. Yeah so i wanted to mention that Brunette blonde read All all wonderful. And so i just wanted to mention that i wanted to get on the topic of Libertarian way. we had to doing right shooting. And that's the one we're officer caged was supposed to take the guy and actually shot him and i've heard a lot of like Like media and like different podcasts in different places. they're talking about. Oh instead libertarian Dream to abolish the police. In you know you fund them and all this and i know that Are you being away from your phone is your speaking or no. I'm right up next to it but On on the side of urine is sounds like there's like a little like a look yes there is. Don't get me started on that stupid. i've been tracing it down for the better part of two weeks and have not isolated yet but the volume going up and down. That's a new development. Let me just gets to the question. What do you guys and if it was me or you We would definitely be in jail for shooting somebody and they don't so what what. What do we do. These cases wants to libertarian. Way they take care this and that was the question the libertarian way would be to have a the ideal way to take care of. This would be to not have a police force going around tasing and shooting people just like we don't need a fire department going around patrolling a police department whether they're private or public would be better served if they only responded to actual reported crimes. I don't know how this story. I don't know if they would. This was a traffic stop. Or what do you happen to know. Bobby yeah. He was Out and he had a warrant for them and so these down his car and they pulled him over and then he got out of the car and then again she was resisting. Arrest was trying to get back in the car. And then that's when she had a glock and her hand the whole time though and then she never even pulled her date as days off the guy As he was you know standing by the door to say horrific story and i mean people want a quick sound bites type answer to these sorts of questions. I really wish i could give one but you know. There's the libertarian ideology in regards to the police department. Compasses a broad few of things. I mean it can't be condensed down to a three minute audio clip. Unfortunately and that's that's why more people aren't drawn to the liberty moments because we can't sell. I is that way. People don't want to listen to they. Don't wanna read a four hundred page book about how a society could function without these state control. A police force. They want to hear you know a politician. Stand there and tell them oh. Cops are bad but we're going to implement this policy and we're going to give them more money and diversity training and it's going to solve everything right so i don't know that i actually can as to your question about how libertarian society could handle this because it first of all you have to go back to the point that the vast majority of these things people are being incarcerated for and killed over in arrested over shouldn't be crimes in the first place because we shouldn't have state they're telling people hey you can't use this organic substance or you can't drive without a driver's license or whatever or you can't sell this thing to people whatever the case may be the vast majority of these things shouldn't be laws in the first place or should be crimes in the first place so police shouldn't be harassing people for doing those things and yet they are so you can't just start it. Oh well what would they libertarian. Cop have done or however you phrase the question you have to trace it all the way back and by then. Everyone's already tuned out because they didn't that ten second sound bite that they wanted. I think that in a libertarian society. There i mean obviously there wouldn't be a government had a police force over the entire united states or over an entire state And because of that there would they would have more incentives if there were cops to not mess up as bad so it just wouldn't happen every like three times a week in america if america had you know no government making police force. The has no accountability. It would be better in a libertarian society. But how exactly to portray that people. I i i don't know man. It's a complicated issue and it's not going to be solved anytime soon. Unfortunately because of a spiritual awakening. 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And what's on my mind is lsd and shrooms and all of those other off some spiritual drugs that help people become better people. Of course. i'm not allowed to those at the moment. I'm i'm okay with that. And i'm not allowed to do those. Because the fbi arrest me on march the sixteenth and gave me a long list of things i could could and couldn't do. I mean to be fair. The bell restrictions actually do not say. I can't do drugs but it would. Just be a bad idea. So i have no desire to at the moment i think having a federal indictment over your head is not the best time to eat a bunch of ass. Now it's not a good state of mind. Yeah so even. If i could and even if i desire to i would not do it simply because i'm smarter than that but i've always been an advocate of doing these things to help grow as a person to face one's own inner darkness one's inner demons to confront them and come out on the other side and a very joseph cambell ian way having slain the miniature within and moving on with your life try to make the world a better place. Have you had ever had a guided trip. No neither me neither. That's why i was wondering. Because i've heard that they can be very meditative and very healing like who guides you like a t like you pay for this or will like it was recommended that a buddhist monk like we have a friend who is a buddhist monk and And he wouldn't like it wasn't something that he was interested in doing at the time but he had taken people on guided trips in the past. I think as big as some native american cultures as well like peyote with your whole family. I have some friends in utah that were native. And they've done peyote with like their mom and their grandma and everybody in like a big tent and some people would like pass out have to leave. We had someone That came to visit that is associated with ft l. That had done some things like that and he said that he was very emotional and like he cried. It was very peaceful for him. Yeah they are positive things when used correctly and it seems that at least one. Ceo of company was aware of this and was using ls too much dosing. Believe to boost has creativity. And i don't know for those who aren't aware but microdosing especially in the science community is huge just about every physicist and chemist out there that you're going to run into i don't know about just about but a large percentage of them are microdosing. Lsd probably every day. Now i am curious. What would be considered a micro dose of llc. It would vary from person to person okay. Well they decided that. Justin zoos was fired as the ceo of a company. He co founded itera. Because he took lsd before meeting and twenty nineteen. I just feel like who cares like if he was doing a good job if it was like making him you know color on the walls and stuff like that. I can understand but if he was doing a good job. Then that's not a reason to fire someone so presumably shareholders fired him It says that the san francisco based tech company valued at two billion announced the departure of its chief executive officer justin in an email to employees. The letter did not specify why he was being ousted only saying he violated company policy but the fired. Ceo claimed his termination was due to his lsd consumption. Speaking to bloomberg which first reported the story zoo said he took the illegal drug before a meeting in two thousand nineteen as part of microdosing regime the increasingly popular practice of consuming very low doses of hallucinogenic drugs in a bid to improve his concentration now. The company was worth two billion dollars and he did this in two thousand nineteen and he wasn't fired until recently when it came into lie. So i would say that he was doing something right. It certainly sounds like it. Says lsd or lethargic acid dye leth- a mind is a powerful hallucinogenic drug that was first created in a lab in nineteen thirty eight in the. Us you lsd is illegal and is classified by the drug enforcement agency is scheduled one. Drug media's ns completely stupid. I mean this is not a party drug even even if you buy into the federal government's narrative that you know what the drugs that they say are bad but the drugs that they say aren't bad aren't bad it's completely ridiculous to think that marijuana suicide make you've been success magic and should be should be classified as dangerous drugs with no medical benefit because that's what schedule one means and countless amounts of research has been done that shows the tremendous medical benefits of psychedelic. Light suicide ben and lsd so to say that they have no medical benefits whatsoever is just flat wrong. Why doesn't the federal government get like you know in trouble for being behind on the science. What people would have to hold them accountable for that to happen. I don't think anyone go after them for that. Yeah they would be they. Would it would be a losing case zoo. A twitter alarm co founded it with andrew bonnie previously google in two thousand thirteen so he he co founded he cofounded at microsoft at the time that he founded. It doesn't say just as the only time he microsoft was in two thousand nineteen when he was trying to increase his focus. Okay the company which provides marketing solutions for businesses has rapidly expanded its roster of clients currently include such well known brands door dash zillow and basics in the wake of zoos dismissal. The company's board replaced him with bonnie at arbonne. I s ceo the other co founder bonn wrote in his missive to staff. That zoos behavior only violated policies values but also undermined the board's confidence in justin's ability to lead the company going forward at the same time. Bond is craig looks inspire fear and those who've never tried them. That's exactly right because they're afraid of the unknown is at the same time. Bonnie praised the new former colleague as a world class innovator and creative thinker while that's because he was microdosing in an open up things that you don't see if he was good at all at his job like this just seems like you. There's somebody didn't like him or somebody really doesn't understand drugs. Well i imagine that your average shareholder your average person who's attending these sorts of shareholder meetings or whatever is going to be a fifty sixty year old conservative white dude. Who's probably going to be a little bit upset to know that. The ceo accompanied that they're invested in. It was doing on the job. But i mean i i wouldn't have an issue with it. I'd be more inclined to invest in the company. If i knew that the ceo was regularly microdosing. This guy's going places they're going to explode and they are two billion dollars. I would be stunned to find that elon. Musk isn't microdosing. Grimes didn't he Smoke herb on the joe rogan show. He wasn't that him and there was like a big stink about it sometimes. Yeah because his company fires people. They fell drug test for marijuana right. Oh really that's high. I mean what's the word hypocritical. Yes elon. musk is. The is the epitome of hypocrisy. I have seen so many gusting human being really. Okay i'm gonna say i've seen so many like hot takes neil. Musk and i have no opinion on him. But i have never ever liked. Grimes like says she first came out and nobody knew she was my sister like turnover. I can't listen to this and she's just not cute. I don't like her and now she's getting so big especially in like the pop community. That like i'm like really into. I just don't like her. Did you say that you allow. Musk was dating. Grimes has baby with i. I didn't catch that. I thought that was. I did i not say about i did. But just a nonchalant to. They have a baby and they named him. xyz three five four. They named it something completely stupid. And what are the. What are they going to call it. Like what do they call it. An x y z x. But it starts ex and it starts with an x. The only thing that i remember. It's like a series of random symbols and characters. It's like a wifi password. Yeah it's it's a stupid name to name a person. Maybe there's too much microdosing there. He may very well have been microdosing or tripping hard when he came up with that. I have it. You know one thing. I really don't like about her. She has a song called. We appreciate power i just. I don't like people who are obsessed with power and you know standing alone. Musk just smells like they're probably not a good people or not good people. I don't remember dawned. no she's burnett. She's from canada. I don't remember now. What elon musk's start. We talked about it recently. I didn't know that he ever started anything. I thought he'd just started out as a wealthy on her. And tesla he is now but he started out somewhere else okay. I don't remember what company it was. I wish i did. Maybe a caller out there. No sense kyrie eight. Three six one six zero. He founded a very successful company. Was it was this way. Hey pal no. He was the one who started pay. Pal yes is he still in with my pal. I don't believe so it's markelle six zero three two eight three six one six zero. That's the coal mine. You can take control of the airwaves. We're gonna talk more about lsd in this poor ceo who was fired despite evidently being relatively successful. This is free talk live. I'm grateful to have heard from some of our satellite listeners. Recently i appreciate knowing that people are out there who like what we do and are willing to support it financially l. dot. 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So many cases spinning my cell phone number out on the air and is because lately when i'm talking to people i need to give them my cellphone number. So that's the number that i give out more frequently than any other despite. Yes really currently giving up my cell phone number more often than these show number that i say at least twenty four times a day so anyway. It's free talk live with aria. Angie and bonnie and you brought in a story about how vaccinated people are ticking time bombs walking biological time bombs. A threat to society is from foreign affairs. Intelligent council dot com. I have never heard of that website. I hadn't either until i read this article. says people who are ignorant enough to be injected with an experimental vaccine. That accelerates the generation of highly contagious super strains in their own bodies or walking biological time bombs and a threat to society the globalist node this the consistent and consistent with their goals of global max at mass nation. They are giving the most dangerous and most contagious people vaccine passports so they can freely roam across society spreading their superstar viruses foreign wide again. This is all by design so this person is alleging that the vaccine is some sort of biological weapon that people are being exterminated you know and i thought that a long time ago i was like well. Maybe they're just trying to weaken our immune systems so that they can kill off some of the population because we're growing so rapidly. Well you know regular vaccines the sleeve on them will say you have to quarantine yourself for fifteen days after getting a vaccine and nobody is told us nobody ever does this because with the covid oh no regular vaccines and and that's what. I'm always freaked out about. I'm like i don't know what little kids around me. Just got their vaccines and they're like just shedding 'cause you shed for fifteen days that's why you're supposed to quarantine there's a shutting measles around me or whatever like that freaks me out more than people who just were never exposed to measles never needed to be vaccinated for it. But i'm not anti vaccine. What i gue- is that Parents are like oh so and so as you know the got a fever and they're not feeling well but they had their vaccines today. If you know that your child is going to have a reaction to something that they're going to get poked with and put into their body. Why would you take them to get it in. The first place and the long term benefits may outweigh the short term benefits. I'm not saying that there isn't a case where a vaccine is good. If you have reason to believe that you know new monja is going to kill you. It stands to reason that you would want the new vaccine. Is there one. Yes but we have immune systems. And i am a believer. The eight year old woman would probably be better off with a new mon. You're vaccine than trusting her immune system to still be able to fight it off. I'm sure there are cases when you're seventy eight or you have just like Something already messed up with your lungs and you can't fight off a pneumonia yourself where you should get a vaccine. I think every single person across the board at from birth until they're like five years old getting like fifty shots is crazy a lot. More than fifty. Oh really yeah. I don't know how many it is but it is certainly a lot and the thing is the nurses they don't know anything about these shots. They just know so. You're twelve and a half weeks you get this shot. They know the schedule. They don't know anything about it. And i read. And i was just like a headline somewhere. The average thirty five year old has has ledge less vaccines in their life than the average two year old. Man can you imagine how many i mean. I'm i'll be forty soon. Like i got vaccines when i was younger. And that means two year olds have had way more than i will ever have. That's a scary number yet. But what we're talking about here isn't even a vaccine. Is gene therapy gene therapy. Do we know if they should because like it's not a normal vaccine and most people don't even know that that it's not a normal vaccine so i would imagine with covid. Nineteen being in the headline says it is if there was risk that a person who got the vaccine could transmit it to others they would have to quarantine after getting but they still make them wear a mask. Yes they do. Which makes no sense. It's it's completely stupid and have you heard about the Like women giving each other mess up periods after they get vaccinated a woman who isn't vaccinated can live with a woman who is vaccinated. Then all of a sudden. She's been bleeding for three three weeks or like you know. Some women have been claiming the in the middle of their birth control pack. Will you have three weeks. They have different colors and those have hormones and they keep you from having a period than the last week is sugar pills makes you have a period. I have never ever in the like three years. I've been birth control how to period in the not sugar per week and women has been have been saying like my body just doesn't care as just bleeding through all of them and liked doesn't happen like it's like clockwork when you're on birth it is you have english as take them at the same time every day. This is supposed to be a result of women living together where one of them got. The covid nineteen vaccine. That's the that's the the idea right now. It's so new. You know it's just so many people just like on the internet or You know reporters asking people have been saying like i didn't get vaccinated. My roommate did and now my period is painful more blood than ever and for going on for way too long. I have heard anything about that. But i'm not watching. Read it and stuff like that. So yeah i always see it on twitter. It says the safest people are those who have strong immune systems and have already built up. Antibodies against the corona virus without needing any medical intervention. This is easily accomplished and most people with the help of vitamin d zinc nutrition. Restful sleep and avoidance of toxic foods and medications yet. The entire science industry refuses to recognize any role whatsoever for innate immunity. Antibodies that individuals create on their own are not recognized. Serving any function whatsoever is certainly bizarre to me. That the scientific community that the science crowd these this is settled. Science people are so uninterested in the survival rates and the the likelihood along long term damage rates. I mean it's killing a a very small percentage of the. I realize it's tragic that people's great grandparents and are dying as a result of covid nineteen. But if you look at things realistically they were they were gonna die in the next few years anyway or they could have died of the flu this year instead of covid nineteen. We just don't know but let's face it if you're if you're trying to read model the entire world off the fact that you're eighty two year old grandfather died then your perspective on thinks this is completely out of whack and my grandma in her seventy is said to my aunt Who had my aunt high covid soda one of her kids. My grandma was like win. Am i gonna get to see the kids again and my grandma or my aunt was all like. I don't know maybe twenty twenty eight. It's gonna be a longtime comfortable again in. my grandma. Just literally said. I would rather die than not i'd rather die from covid than nazi my grandkids for that long. I imagine that's how most grandparent's would feel but that aside you're probably not likely to kill your grandparents in the first place. Because i think the average death age was like eighty something. It certainly wasn't affecting seventy year olds or every it was but not significantly. It's insane that we've done all of this for a disease that several free talk live hosts have had we. We've been bashing this nonsense saying is known from the beginning then suddenly more than a year later of no social distancing. Most of us not wearing masks every some of partying more than ever. I've been more social during twenty twenty. Then i've been at any other time of my life and yet it's a year for any of us to get covid nineteen and once we did. Captain was sick for few weeks. Park was safe for about a week. I was sick for about a day. I still can't taste anything. That's annoying as hell. But i'm totally fine otherwise we will have long-term lung lung damage. You'll never be able to breathe the same again. what are you talking about. I don't care about long lung damage at this point. I just want to be able to taste my food again. The long term consequences. Those were the ones being pointed to win. When we first pointed out that you know the extreme weather like yes you may not die but you will experience permanent lung damage and you'll never be able to breathe quite the same again. I'm a smoker. So i my breathing kind of sucks anyway and i'm not having any issues. Why are you healthy. Twenty three year olds freaking out about this thing. It's fine the from someone who has had it. You'll be fine. i had it in. I will say one thing that i've ever noticed at all is so much. Smells like something that everybody else disagrees with me. Now and i used to brag that i have a really good sense of smell and i'm always just like always smelling garlic like i'm always just like my house smell like garlic smell garlic or something or not all the time. It's just like if. I smell something. I don't know because like for the last three or four days. All i taste is big red gum shoot big red and like fifteen years i taste. Maybe there's a series of things you go through. I don't know but it's very weird. Six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty. It's free talk live so you've heard all three hours of the latest episode of free talk live and you're still hungry for liberty oriented audio content. Did you know that we have another twenty. Four seven audio stream at lauren dot. Fm the liberty radio network airs. The latest episodes of some of the best liberty oriented podcasts on the internet around the clock in addition to recorded content. You'll also hear live shows like free. Talk live originating from our keene new hampshire studio so listen anytime at dot. Fm that's l. r. N. dot fm. Do you feel like you're nation state or community no longer hold your values. 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I kind of hard time trusting the government in the first place. But i've never been a fan of these grand huge social experiments that are that human seemed to undertake sometimes without giving any thought whatsoever to the possible ramifications of them. Such as you know pumping cal's stuff full of hormones. Not having any any idea. What sort of impact that was going to have in the long term and not to mention the antibiotics and now we have a much better idea forty years later. Keep in mind. This whole notion of pumping cattle and poultry full of hormones and antibiotics was totally backed by science. It was this is the way to go. This is going to keep everyone safe. We'd had we gave no thought to what possible long-term consequences there would be. We did the same thing with automobiles. Oh look gasoline. We can burn it. We have these vehicles now. So great gave no thought to the fact that we were pumping tens of billions of gallons of carcinogens into the atmosphere every single decade. And we're looking now go. Why is the cancer rate going up. Well gee i don't know. Maybe it's the carcinogens were pumping into the atmosphere constantly. But somebody's pockets. Were getting fat. So they didn't really care and we have the same thing here. Oh this is totally backed my science. That's a great idea. Everything's gonna be fine. What long term consequences could this have. We don't know. I'm not saying they're they're destined to be bad but we have no idea what long-term consequences they could have and just because of. It's it's crazy and scary to me. That so many people just lined right up signed up like i thought that there would be a lot more. Resistance like hey. We need testing before we decide to do this but no people were really that scared of a cold. So it's funny that you say that. Because i was shopping in our local grocery store hannaford and i had my three year old with me. And we don't wear masks and this older man. He has long grey hair. It was kinda slip back. He said i'm so proud of you. So proud of your mom for not having a mask and then he looked at me and he said it's coming we're fighting back and he said you know what this thing is for and i said what are you talking about. And he said this whole thing is to see how many people will follow the rules and how many people are going to have resisting when the government actually cracks down and he held up this real fancy military watch. And he's like an. I'm on board and we're invading some bay in washington and and it's coming down. Yeah i'm kidding. You not can hannaford keen hannaford and he was like you. Just stay strongest. you know your mom's doing good by you. And i'm like okay. Thank you thank you but you know it's not it. Whatever he said is happening is because they want the government wants to know who they can control on who they can't yeah. I think that's a morris scary instead of a more Like inspiring way to look at it because like if you think about it there are these cameras everywhere in all these stories that can facial recognize you and you're the only one without a mess so you're getting recognized as anti-massacre in not just kind of scares me but also not doesn't scare me enough to where muslim face mostly have to well. I know the places i go. People know my face now and they don't even offer and i'm not rude but you know they're just like no that's a hopeless when we're just gonna keep moving on so back to the article says modern science if we dare even call it. That wants you to believe that you have no immune system at all and that your body must be hijacked by 'em are a vaccines in order to function. This is a gigantic dangerous lie. In his repeated by nearly every media outlet medical journal and medical authority around the world if it's the vaccinated people that are the most dangerous to society and the most likely to infect others with the super strange which are already demonstrating complete immunity to existing vaccines the vaccines and other words have already been rendered largely obselete. It's only the innate human human immune system that can handle the rapid mutations and defeat them in a few hours rather than waiting for the ten plus months for the vaccine industry to row out another covid shot. they already have boosters. The idea is that they will have to. Because the corona the novel coronavirus just like any other cold mutate so quickly that a vaccine. I guess it is impossible. That's why we've never had a vaccine against the common cold. It changes it changes too quickly. And it's pointless to try to vaccinate against it. The distinction with covid. Nineteen as i understand it. Is that the vaccine targets the proteins that create the spiky nece around the cells that are not they cells around the virus. That are as far as i'm aware distinct to covid nineteen so it teaches your body what to do when it runs into that particular spiky protein and that is kill it or whatever so as long as covid nineteen continues to have in whatever various those little spiky proteins presumably. The vaccine would continue to be effective against them. Okay now how likely is it. That if you have co ed or you have had covered that you will get again. I'm told us not impossible. But i don't know okay. I've been hearing the same thing like it's impossible but it's really rare. I got to knock in october. And i haven't had it again Have a friend who got it in april and hasn't had it again so the only reason i ask is because what did it make sense for us to just get it get it out of the way and move on so that it could stop spreading and top having to spend so much money on these vaccines. I mean. that's always been my my take on it. It would make a lot more sense if we just went ahead and got covid nineteen and got it over with us the whole concept of herd immunity right so the next one who gets it in the studio. I'm just gonna go over and let them lick the side of my face or something and hey can you hear you have dose. Maybe you've patting. You just didn't notice because you have a healthy immune system you work out. I hope that's the case. Because you're they say that you can control it with diet and food nutrition. Sleep the only issue. I was being exhausted and sore for a day. But given everything i had going on at the time. That's not terribly unusual. 'cause you don't sleep and you constantly go. Yeah so it wasn't that out of the ordinary. How long did you like stop. did you stop i. Did i got off work early at ten o'clock at night and i went home and i literally just sat on my couch watching youtube for the rest of the night and that was but that was the only night. Yeah you slept and then you've got back up and you're like okay. Let's go keep going. I felt significantly better the next day and the only problem that lasted anywhere longer than that is the lack of sense of smell or taste. Like i know my cats only wet food per my vessel structure. I know what cat food smells like and it smells horrible. Yeah but i can put my nose inside one of these cans and not smell it right now. Yeah still to this day. I wouldn't put my nose inside the can but yes when you open. That can like it's their. Everyone knows that smell. And it's potent and i can't smell it. Is animals come running yes and yours is lasting longer than anyone. I know his head covid. Four weeks seems to be the average. I think we're at about before week. Mark how long did you not have your smell. I didn't know myself for like a week. And a half and it was like the last like half of the week was like it was i could finally smell slash tastes a little bit again. It was just slowly coming back and that was so frustrating. That's where i'm at. I think i ate indian last night. Maybe it was monday. I don't remember exactly what day. But i didn't taste the indian however i birth later and did oh there it is. Oh my god. I taste and there was a day at work where i popped up some onions. God i can smell that on my hand. Yeah but it's so rare. It's like an it's not like my sister smell is slowly coming back just like just suddenly. It'll be there and then it won't be again so far i have yet to be able to taste anything again while eating. And that's the part. That really sucks because it drives my appetite just way down. I stop for lunch today. And i i realized that i was i. Almost two full paninis from a dutch restaurant here. And that's a lot of food for me to eat in one sitting i. I had no idea. I was that hungary because so many of the signals that my body should be receiving. It just isn't getting is your stomach's growling things like that. I'm starving right now. I'm aware right now. That i'm hungry but i wasn't earlier. Yeah and apparently. I was starving. So it's very weird thing. And i think that's gonna go away when i can taste food again but this i have the same issue with cigarettes where i want another cigarette right now simply because i don't smell or taste cigarette that i just don't know my god. Ah yeah and. I can't kill it for some reason. You know you can build a cigarette smoke. I can't so. I don't. I never feel like i actually spoke to cigarette six zero three two eight hundred six hundred sixty four coming up. It's free talk. Live newly recruited search and rescue officer. 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It was a really a hair discussion until we started talking about our own personal experiences than it is sort of become a hair discussion. But we're talking poking fun at this this grotesque gremlin of a woman who decided that being a blonde prostitute is a privilege and she can't can't aspire to be paid for her sexual activity because she's not blonde is definitely not because she's a troll. But you know. I would still like to hear the opinions of the listeners. On what they think of you know being blonde or if they find blonde women more attractive or more privilege or if they look at blonde women more often. I've always found brunettes to be more attractive. I guess it would be personal preference. It absolutely would be. I can't think of anyone. Just there's a universally true thing all people if the mythbusters did an episode on this about hair color. They put people in wigs and it was the same people they did them in the same. Make up every single time and just different color wigs on them and what they found was that it was pretty even across the board and been did not prefer blondes or redheads. Or that's tonight what else. It was just it varied from person to person and person person look better with a certain color too because like angie looks like she's supposed to be blonde to me and i am not supposed to be blind. It doesn't look right on me. Even though mine was orange. no-win utan to you. Burn or do you actually tan. I tend really slowly. I'm not. I don't get much redder. I'm pretty much right now. Is pink has all be like burn and then it'll go away. I burn for about three days. Then it turns into a tent. And then i get progressively darker throughout the summer until people think. I'm like brazilian or something. I noticed that you have really dark skin sometimes. Yeah i don't know why that just like by the time for festivals around. I'm going to be probably at the peak of being art. You know as funny last year. I was mistaken for aria is because you're yeah because i was like well i was like well. Aria has biceps and is a pretty pretty fit. So that's okay. I'll take it and your tan fake tan in the summer and he will need to do that. Why are you going to do that. And i was like i'm going. Leon like tanning bed. I just put it on all like the rub on stuff yeah ours. I tried that before. And i was very streaky. I've found one. That's really good and you've got to use like amid you got exfoliating a lot. It's a lot to keep up with. So i'm deciding if i'm gonna do it this summer. Like just depends first of all if ian religious doesn't think it's high like why would i do it. Yeah exactly. he's happy with you. Just the way you are back to this vaccine stuff They're talking about that. There will be vaccine boosters. The vaccine industry will be chasing these variants immune strains forever and exactly the same way. Antibiotics are chasing superbugs in hospital settings yet today the entire world is the super strain factory for the vaccine another example of something that was totally backed by the science. And that was just common sense. When you had surgery you would get antibiotics and now. We have antibi- antibiotic resistant gonorrhea syphilis. Carlos or whatever. It is staph infection. Basically all the result of people being prescribed antibiotics by doctors. Who knew what they were doing. Remember you've got to remember that when you talk about. Oh you got to listen to the doctor. Didn't they say it's a medical practice. They're just practicing medicine. Yeah right well. They need to get better at it. But that's what they're saying. Now you just trust the doctors. The doctors are saying all where we should all wear masks. Yeah but ten years ago they were saying we should all be taking antibiotics. Geremek's is like the same thing as antibiotics. Obviously it's a different thing but antibiotics. They make these super bugs by just like killing well. Most of the germs except the strongest and the strongest breeder. Whatever get stronger stronger. That's what geremek's is gonna do. And also because one's immune system because one's immune system would ordinarily fight off bacteria those viruses stuff like that and instead they're just being destroyed on one's hands. I hate hand sanitizer. I've been rolling guests there for like the last year here. Free talk live because people overuse it. It's meant to be used after you wash your hands if you're going to use it at all but if you wash your hands properly there's no need for the has sometimes in the first place but i'm always reminded of when i went to the kingdom. Dmv here and this was pre cova. This was like two and a half maybe three years ago. I don't remember now exactly. How long ago was but it was pre covid and this guy who was waiting there sitting next to the table with the signed ties your owner. Just every few minutes would reach over there and get a self adapt and it's just every need. Oh my god like you did it once before. He picked up a pen or after he picked up a pin. He just sat there doing it. Not just like a nervous tic or like something he had been trained to do. He was just doing it. Because there's hand sanitizer i don. Yeah how sounds horrible like it would make your hands so dry in the winter. Here my hands were so dry. Oh mine my crack at the size of the fingernails and then if you use hand sanitizer it burns really bad. Yeah this article goes on says the fauci the nih and the ccp needed billions of humans to serve bioweapon factories in order to accelerate their ultimate. Genocidal bioweapon it turns out the fauci. The nih the ccp didn't actually succeed in building a deadly. Bhai a weapon that would wipe out humanity. The weapon bill they bill was sars cove to it was intended merely to convince billions of people to take their vaccine that would transferred transform their own bodies into bioweapon factories so that the mutation development could then proceed globally in this way the centralized bioweapons vaccine military complex was able to decentralize its by weapons development program by releasing a relatively mild strain into the and following it up with the vaccine to accelerate accelerate the super strain adaptations. That's something i've never thought about before. If if this immigrant a vaccine does actually modify your jeans and all evidence suggested it does even really says this modifies your genes would that not be passed on to your children. I would imagine so because they sent how it couldn't be in young women that take the vaccine. It has something like a bad effect on their fertility for two years after they take the vaccine. And i read that in an article somewhere for covid nineteen Yep in the people women who are in Their fertile years like late teens and twenties that they have issues with fertility more of these grand experiments. where was i at. Oh goodness in effect. Every human being who has taken the vaccine is now walking by a weapons. Factory churning out super strains and shedding them all over the society with the help of their vaccine passports as cruise lines sports arenas airlines universities and other organizations are now announcing vaccinated only policies for they will allow to resume normal activities. They are creating perfect storm. Conditions for spreading the next global killer viral strain which will be the result of random mutations vaccinated person not deliberate engineering and a genetic lab. I don't know it seems like if they wanted to spread this vaccinated people to unvaccinated people would allow unvaccinated people to attend. Wouldn't they low you think so. But maybe they're trying to spread it. Like if i got my vaccine at a different time than you got your vaccine and we go to the same thing because we have a vaccine passport. We both might have different strains so then we can share our nastiness with each other said that maybe we'll die quicker. I don't know. I'm getting more and more scared. Now that this means it's bio weapon against unvaccinated people. So i was just gonna co kill off all the unvaccinated people. Then we're going to reincarnate in the world where everybody is an army. I don't think it's a. I think this article is thinking in the right way. But i think that point to that point yet a certainly something we need to be aware of. What are your thoughts. Six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty you can take control of the airwaves. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero car. Wachner longtime proponent of a voluntary society died last december. 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Telegram you can follow our channel there and discuss show prep with other listeners. A telegram dot freetalklive dot com It's free talk. Live six zero three two eight six one six zero. That's the call on and talk about anything you want within the studio tonight. It's aria and phonies. And i received some upsetting news from my attorney today. in freemen's bell hearing has been postponed one week until march the tenth and that sucks. Because i was really hoping for it to be this. Make coming monday at for him to be released and now we have to wait yet another week. Did they give a reason. I did it. He just told me that it happened. I didn't ask further but all of this is happening. You you need to check it out. It's it's a big deal. The crypto six dot com as we got to learn about it. Hopefully soon there will be a link to the gofundme. Page that co Bonnie actually set up. It's a complicated case. A attorneys our attorneys. I mean there. There's no crime whatsoever. And of course i've never found that to be a particularly compelling argument because that's what defense attorneys are supposed to say but it it absolutely is the case there's been no crime. Here be crypto. Six dot com. Check it out. Do what you can to help. Because this case one way or the other is going to affect cryptocurrency for years to come decades to come if you want that ruling to be favourable check out the crypto six dot com anyway. we're talking about vaccinated people and the ticking time bombs. According to this author they are by having carrying around with them. This experimental genetic therapy that they are shedding to others says vaccinated. People are dangerous to be around now. Anyone who wants to survive the killer super strain waves that mutating right now. In the bodies of the vaccinate ms realize that staying away from vaccinated people may be a matter of life and death. It is the vaccinated who are the most dangerous and therefore given the most access to society access to society in their own selfishness and scientific ignorance. These willing bioweapons volunteers helping to carry out the greatest crime against humanity. They could ever be imagined a global plague power through decentralized accelerated adapted genetic shaping that relies on billions of willing volunteers to service mutation. Labs the scale of this global medical experience of live. Human subjects puts the entire nazi regime to shame when the near death wave comes. Of course the media will blame the unvaccinated. Even though the unvaccinated aren't being allowed to go anywhere increasingly it is the vaccinated who will kill. We'll be killing themselves and others. Which is why i say. They are part of the vaccine suicide cult. That finishes up. i think it's a bit alarmist but if it's certainly feasible and that we live in a world where this is even feasible is kind of scary. I would love to be able to go back to live concerts. And all of the things that i loved doing prior to two thousand and twenty. But even if i was vaccinated i would not be able to. Because they still require you to wear masks and social distancing about you but i've been to several mini mini mini rock concerts and. They require the energy of the crowd in order to be successful performances. If you're a socially distance you can't rock out. You can't get within six feet of each other or take off your mask or show that you're enjoying a moment. Then there's the the energy there is non-existent. Now remastered holding up their flashlights on their phones. Saying be it. Maybe they'll work at owner some country or whatever like western type concerts. But you're right. It wouldn't work like a rock concert. It no we're gonna pop concert like to jump with a bunch of other people and you know even the vaccinate people life isn't going back to normal for them she was just on television saying well if you're vaccinated and if you're outside by yourself the risk is minimal. So you don't have to wear a mask and none of these people these these supposedly logical scientific thinking people said wait a minute. If i'm outside by myself. Why on earth would i ever have to wear a mask whether i'm vaccinated unvaccinated because i could catch it. Is the wasps flying around me. Are they going to covid. Nineteen i just imagined myself sitting on my back porch. Like if i was one of these people just sitting on my back porch hanging out before work one day wearing a mask. No no human beings this site just be out there in the cinema back porch wearing a mask. And then you'll have your son line with everything does inbetween cigarette hits. Put it back. yeah. I just can't imagine being so caught up in the propaganda here that one. Here's a statement like that. Well if you're outside and you're vaccinated and you're by yourself then you probably don't need to wear a mask and not wait a minute. None of that makes sense. Thank you for all the common sense words. Yeah if you're vaccinated. You should be able to do whatever you want with. People who have covid nineteen and still be protected. That's the point of getting the vaccine. Maybe secretly the vaccine is weakening the immune system on purpose. So they're like oh you don't have it so you can. You can not run the vaccine. You cannot run the virus and you won't get it but now this the bonnie who is vaccinated. She's gonna die sooner so we're not going to have to pay for her medical bills when she gets older. You're gonna have to pay for you. It could be something along those lines. I mean it's hard to say The government's throughout human history have done some really nefarious things and the united states. Government is one of them. Just look operation north or the oh man. What was it the syphilis experiments in georgia they went actually syphilis experiments but they told people who has syphilis treated when they were actually being given sugar pills so it was still pretty messed up just not as messed up as people seem to think it was but they were going on spreading. Its people thinking they're being treated. That's a fair point. So it's it's like they were giving people presumably. Yeah it's messed up. But the unisys comer has engaged in all sorts of horrific activity throughout the throughout its existence. And i don't think as at the level of evil yet where it would do something like that but that level of evil exists and other governments throughout human history have certainly reached that level of evil but just a year ago. When i was thinking about web month is that right now. Yeah like a year ago. When i was thinking about like what if they rolled out a vaccine and all of a sudden everybody in the united states is taking this new vaccine or saying. No no. that wouldn't happen. And i was like completely normal to be talking about that. They just pumped out vaccine in a few months and all of all of everybody you know half of everybody knows taking it and then what about the women who are pregnant. When they have the vaccine like they. They're baby dies. Have you seen that not seen yet. There have been several cases that are documented to where the women were pregnant or late-term pregnancy. And within a few days of getting it's the first or second vaccine. Their baby is no longer viable as one that was like a reporter lady and she was pregnant and she's like a really tall blonde lady in a she was pregnant and took a picture of herself getting vaccine and then there was a post she posted of like. Hey maybe died yup sympathy to her all the more reason not to experiment with one's body while won't one is pregnant. That seems insane to me that that if you're trying to achieve a thing and it's an extremely sensitive thing like bringing a baby to term why on earth would you take any vaccine much less experimental one when you're like when i was pregnant with my first kid. I did not know that vaccines could harm you. I didn't know that there is a problem with them. I thought that if my doctor said hey angie. It's time to get this vaccine acts like sign up. Put it in me. You and i did that with my first child. And then after i did some research i was like wait a minute. What am i putting in our bodies and it wasn't just mine at that point. It was the child as well. It's shocking what people will do. Just because a doctor told them to and again it comes back to that. Argument of antibiotics doctors for years prescribed the antibiotics all the time and that act directly led to the creation of antibiotic resistant superbugs and all of the expert said yes. You should be describing antibiotics. People were saying. Hey this is a bad idea. You're going to create antibiotic resistant. Superbugs were shouted down called kooks called unscientific but they were told listen to the experts. They were told the scientists settled and now we have super-resistant resistant superbugs. Anyone who says the science settled is not peddling science. They are peddling religion and you should question them and everything they have to say. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero colon. Take control of the airwaves. Talk about whatever you want. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero. This is free talk live. Don't worry about things you can't control. Isn't that what they always say. 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I just went into a tanning bed for ten minutes. I liked the tanning bed. But michaels like. Oh you cook your skin today. I'm like yes. I did it and so i don't have time to just be out in the sun for hours upon hours getting ten that i want so here you have to be out there hours upon hours because it's not as i've already thought about that caused by march in texas. I would start like going outside and tanning and it just didn't even look like the sun was ready to ten me. Nope and then. The breeze is blowing author tanning. You're like shaking and you have nothing. I wanna like. Just get like a chair and sit in my backyard in in a bikini and get ten but it doesn't look like it would work and it's also just usually a little bit cold also shady in your backyard. Isn't it well. You know somewhere around the round here. It's not shady in my backyard. But the issue there. Is that one the sunlight here in new hampshire. The upper parts of the united states is very indirect so it's not as effective as suntanning like mississippi but the issue i have is that i don't enjoy wasp them stuff just constantly buzzing around me. No they don't sting me. They tend to leave me alone. But you're still jumpy. Yeah i don't want them. They're scary and that's not an issue. I don't i don't want to spend four hours out in the sun shivering in the breeze with wasp flying around me when i can just go spend ten minutes and attending bed and achieve exactly the same move on with your day. Would you say that around like june. It gets better and it's more warm enough to ten. Yeah i probably lay out early jane. Y'all start laying out at my house and that's so sad. June is a good month because it's generally not too warm and not too cold but once it gets july one hundred degrees here and it's miserable and see. I don't think that it's miserable really. I think it feels great. I'm when i was surprised that How little we had to run. Our air conditioners last year. I was like wow. This is great and then like august is supposed to be. I the hottest month in my opinion and i like it. Maybe it's because there's no shade on my house. But i had to purchase new air conditioners last. Yeah yeah. I think. I got up to four. I mean it's a large house guarantee. Your house is has levels but previously one had done the trick and then i added a second and it was still hot and that the third and it was still freaking hot. It also turned out to be that. I had roommate who kept leading his bedroom door open. Which was just letting the sunlight cook his entire bedroom with seep into the rest of the house and that irritated me but it only happened for like two week period. Before i was like dude. You got the hell out but anyway let's go to the phones. We've got david calling from new mexico. David you're on free talk live the there's a report that came out in the news. Today you can find it in several locations by searching the search terms related The apparently the stay in mexico government specifically the child protective agency in this state known as c. y. f. d. children youth and families department. They have been In doing their work they have been using signal. Four state correspondent state communication We use encrypted. Yeah ten crip did. And they have then later than deleting their communications which was sounds like a very good way to Like as opposed to email to make it so that the the population the citizens can't subpoena Or abra or for you their communications and see what has been going on Let alone if there. If as often happens there is contentious legal actions surrounding the eh children parents. The state as there almost always is that would prevent Anybody in a court case from discovering in discovery any of those communications regarding their child or a subpoena in those materials as evidence. So it The the At least the attorney general in the state of mexico is actually investigating the claims. That were that were made and But anyway that's your government work Using i mean we we the people should be using encrypted communications and deleting whatever we feel like however our government is supposed to. They've they've already been directed not to do those things. and As we all know if you are doing in secret things that are supposed to be in public and kept public records of For the purposes of making sure that the peop- the population can't find it. that's Illegal so well. The government has never liked. Its secrets to be known. No but it certainly likes to know our secrets. Yeah it's interesting to note too that when questioned about it the This is a direct quote from K n w dot org dot com article. They the agency says the agency is defending the practice saying it's a way to protect against cybercrime as more work is done. Virtually amid the pandemic. So if that's a logical argument then i guess all government business should all be encrypted and all be deleted so and there should be nothing to look at that would be to follow that logic. That's what all government should be doing and we shouldn't be able to see anything that they do. Well i don't know about all that. I don't have to delete all my messages with my boss. After work. you know to make sure nobody else. Every them right but apparently these guys feel some need to be more secretive than you. I wonder what they're hiding. I don't necessarily want to assume that they're hiding something. Just because they're using encrypted communications because too often that's argue. That argument is stone. Libertarians and enter casino. Well why do you want to use this. Encrypted service what are you trying to hide nothing. I'm just trying to value my privacy. But they are a government agency in the midst of doing work supposedly for we we the people i don't think they have the justification or elect to standoff right. Hide anything yeah. of course. They can delete encrypt fair messages private messages with their friends and family when they get home. But if you know they're supposed to be able to have a record of what they're doing at work than you have been there obviously hiding something there. Yeah and and remember that that what they're doing is they're defeating your right. You have a right. If you're if it's your child involved you have a right to take legal action to file a legal petition court. And if these people are destroying evidence so that you can't see it that damages your right of discovery to discover materials that support your allegation in court so these guys are violating your constitutional right to due process Directly i mean david you know as well as i do that the government has never really cared about protecting due process or with holding up our rights or making sure that they actually uphold our rights. The law doesn't apply to them david. They're above the law because they are the gods and the priests that roll us and they're the ones who determine what god says isn't isn't okay so anything that they do because they're the priest is by definition ordained by their god the state so the so the law. That's just that's just for you and me david. That's not for them. Yeah yeah i've i've been. I've been i've i've learned. I've been learned on that one. I know you have your experiences. Have you've called and talked about it repeatedly. I'm mostly surprised to find that you know government. Employees were competent enough to even know how to use signal. But i'm pretty simple to use. It is but government. Employees aren't the brightest bunch out. There probably found out about it within cases or knows route that they were in investigating. I would recommend everyone keep you signal and telegram and wire and other encrypted chat methods for the same reason that i would recommend people keep their bedroom door shut when at the bedroom window shut when they have sex. What you do is your business. Not the world's and hey if you wanna open those curtains business too. Don't get me wrong. People get their jollies. Yeah but if you want to have any level of privacy. There's nothing wrong with that. it doesn't mean closing. my bedroom. curtain doesn't mean i'm they're committing a murder. It means i enjoying my privacy. It doesn't matter what i'm doing and this this assertion that people have it. Oh well you only want you. Only what your privacy from the government. Because you're doing something wrong. It's absolutely absurd. No i just value my privacy. Yeah and i bet a lot of the people that would say that about people who want their privacy from the government. They're just hiding something. I thought that they probably want privacy from their neighbors. And they want privacy from other regular people. that's why. I always use the window curtain in sex analogy for this. Because they understand that right they know they. They shut their window curtains because they're not doing anything wrong. They just doing something. They don't want the entire world to look in on okay. We'll apply that to other parts of your life. Some people are oblivious. The shut the carton or to apply that yes. Unfortunately that is the case anyway. He's been freetalklive another episode of. She's talk live coming up next week online. In the meantime check us out at freetalklive dot com. There's all sorts of stuff. 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We'll talk about little niche items here from time to time you streaks memorable in a lotta ways championships. You've got to be on top. everybody you know. There's a there's a champion every year. It's not necessarily the type of street that you remember every day. How long has it been since. Joe dimaggio fifty six games. Nobody's nobody's even sniffed fifty-six and how about ucla basketball under john wooden in the seventy s eighty eighth street ended at notre dame on joe montana's recruiting of coincidences. Your joe montana's didn't really believe in coincidences. The only point he l. e. he would identify john candy in the stands watching their them play football game. John candy is going to be remembered for a longer time than joe. Montana in fact lever. Police joe montana with tom brady necessarily replaced john. Kennedy think that farley was of the same genre. But i'm not sure that you know we certainly got a you know a second coming of john. Candy in the form of chris farley once upon a time you know let's get off tangent. Let's get back onto the topic at hand. we're talk streaks whereas hot losing streaks. I mean we could talk about the years of years that the cubs and red sox win without winning the world series. How the blackhawks had longest droughts and now that belongs to the toronto maple leafs streak saad depending on what side of history. You're on the others again and yang and not all streaks created equal so wrote streak at this hour here on sports overnight america. You're listening to you. Dan patrick radio siriusxm channel to eleven. And this is the sports byline broadcast network. Don't go anywhere we'll be right back and now today's cleaning tip from towels. Heavy duty cleaning wipes. Most people are disinfecting more frequently these days. 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We're talking here on the program. Or as joe dimaggio fifty. Six games in nineteen thirty-one one the head fifty six consecutive games with ahead. Always come within. And he's got such a dominant record. The you have to go back a while. Pete rose in nineteen seventy eight with forty four games. So it's been. It's been over forty years since anyone's even hit and forty four straight games. Tough forty six. Not fifty fifty to forty four. Paul molitor thirty nine games in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. These are before dimaggio willie keeler. In the nineteenth century bill dahlen of the chicago cubs. Forty two games in eighteen hundred four george sizzler of the st louis. Browns forty one games nine hundred. Twenty two ty cobb forty games. That's a nice resume edition for both pete. Rose and ty cobb wanted to the all-time hitless you figure that. They're going to be able to the they they got a lot of hits probably long stretches they're probably a lot of a lot of twelve thirteen game hitting streaks for a lot of hall of famers that don't end up on this list even dob defazio. Joe's brother thirty four games nineteen forty nine. That was after the fact. That was an interesting jason. Sure and real time jimmy rollins. Thirty eight games That spanned over the. Oh five oh sixties and you're going to get into you gene demonstrable fred clark. There's ty cobb again. Nineteen seventeen jili player to two appearances on this list. I can see all sizzler. Thirty five games. The next named out he actually had a longer hitting streak cobb for number five on the list. Jay salt on the so couple of couple of modern day. Philadelphia phillies benito santiago. You're younger you don't have any clue. Benito santiago is you had a if you had his rookie card. Thirty four games in nineteen eighty seven for the four padres catcher. And you get the how chase rogers hornsby is. Everybody with thirty games are more dan. Uggla and other modern day player. Hal morris. I remember him from the nineties with the rats thirty two games over the ninety six ninety seven season devoting lingerie thirty one games in nineteen o six sixty nine hundred sixty nine. It's gotta be considered relatively recent considering the context of the rest of this list. Davis of the los angeles dodgers riccardi nineteen thousand. Nine hundred seventy. He played for the indians during the blood red. I think frank robinson era their flag growth. Thirty one games for the expos back in ninety nine whitmer field was pretty recently. Thirty one game spanning over the eighteen nineteen season. He's the only active player on. This list galvin vais. Dusty miller ehlers over smith true speaker charlie grimm. That's rich berg. Goose goose goslin. Not to be confused. Goose gossage is not a modern era player hears about. Here's some active players. At least as of the twenty one thousand nine seasons pools of thirty game hit streak in two thousand and three mr national ryan zimmerman thirty games in two thousand nine and freddie freeman thirty games in twenty sixteen. That's just remarkable. Mr copies hitting streak there some streaks that are a little more recent to me a little more a little closer to the heart. Orel hershiser fifty nine and a third inning scoreless in one thousand. Nine hundred eighty. Eight dodgers won the world series. That year he'd go onto pitch for the indians in the world series About seven but seven years later exactly seven years later. Bowling green product came from north of came from ohio at least spent his college at ohio. A hall of favor. But i think he's worth look. I didn't mention Sandy alomar juniors on this list. I mentioned jerome walton a lot the rookie of the year out a thirty game hit streak back in one thousand nine hundred nine streaks are hard to come by you talk. You'll things that had been accomplished. You know this is just. This is just general things. Thirty thirty thirty was a huge accomplishment. Jose can say go. Let forty forty and several other players have done it since is being the first so we're gonna have the first player to hit sixty straight games if anybody passes you would you hate for it to be fifty seven or worse yet. I don't know what's worse. Fifty five fifty six or fifty seven. We throw fifty-seven out of the you know the worst the worst of the conversation because then you have a new recordholder you. You have an unbreakable record. Broken fifty six and fifty six is a little underwhelming. Like you know either miss or or or passive you know. Don't don't hit the push then fifty fifty five which just be devastating fifty five years that game better a bed pitch cleanly by the other side better not have walked better not have been pitched around. Somebody better not have got caught. Stealing deny him and had that tended ended any. Probably the game. Baller had the longest streak. What did i say that was thirty. Nine games you'll rick manning who does color for the idiots. Now they show it every time that the indians play the play. The brewers or anytime anybody's got any kind of a significant hit streak. Paul molitor nine thousand nine hundred eighty seven thousand nine hundred eighty seven thirty nine games the night a chance to get forty standing in the on deck circle standing in the circle. As you'll rick manning either drives it or scores. The winning run a decade short every year. But i don't really retain it in. The big joke is up. Manning's a bomb. He ruined bolanders. Hit streak but you know. It just doesn't work out like that. Speaking of cleveland and i speak of cleveland often of course denied a fifty seven game in nineteen forty one.