20 Episode results for "Rick Ashley"

Keeping Singing, Dont Throw Your Life Away

Connecting the Bits - inner healing through nature

06:08 min | 4 years ago

Keeping Singing, Dont Throw Your Life Away

"Hello everyone. I'm welcome to the connecting debate spoke last. You know, it's really interesting when you get to share call with your kids because you get to hear the talk of music they're into and they open Ismaning to a CD the Masan left in the car. And there was one particular soman, I really liked and police noon to it for a long time. I've never really bothered to find out who was singing it and a couple days ago, I decided on I had time. So I went on internet, and I was quite surprised to find out that the singer was Rick Ashley now, I remember in the eighties bopping in disguise to never gonna give you up, and I was never really a fan. And I was really surprised when I found it was recast late Gacy's fantastic song keep singing and constantly sn into it. Now. I reckon something this do improve with age, and it's great. He's fifty. He's discount with his great song courts. Keep singing and the lyrics of the song brilliant too. And it got me thinking that we should all keep singing, and it doesn't necessarily mean. Singing with your voice, you can sing with your soul. You can sing with your actions. You can sing in whatever you're doing. It's like an energy keep seeing keep them keep expressing yourself because we're so singing is an expression. So keep expressing yourself in. What you do what you say, you'll passions. You'll dreams except to cetera. I particularly like the league's because some in the song it kind of implies at through singing he'd been saved from throwing his life away. Like his father had done at the beginning. When he says, he saw his father crying at the stereo. And so the singing the passion the joy that he got from singing kept him from throwing his life away. And that's what we should do. We should remember to keep. Singing, a not for our lives away on silly distractions and everyday stuff that we tend to get lost in. We should find out joy and keep that as reference for example, I would say if I had to reference my joy a time in my life. The I really had that feeding side will of joy, it would be when I was a kid on a Osama's day in some holidays and waking up in the morning thinking, I had all the day off for me, let there was no school homework. No judy's that I had to do stuff like that. The whole day was for me to go out and garden and play my friends, and that is my joy reference. That is how we should wake up every morning with that feeling that the days as other people might have different joy references. If you didn't have a particularly happy chartered your joy reference might be something else. It might be audit. No holiday, maybe took once when you were totally relaxed, and you had all the time fuel self, and it was all yours, and you had great things to do during the day. So every morning you woke up like full of excitement for the new day. 'cause I think sometimes we actually forget that we can be happy every day. We don't have to make life too complicated, which we often do an in those complications often. We forget to be happy because we can't be happy right now. We can choose to be happy. Okay. We might have problems as face it. The world's in chaos seems to be. But there are good things happening that we don't hear about. Sometimes we see problems. Whether or not pro-police but anyway back to the door reference. That's what I'm talking about the joy reference. Oh, wake up in the morning. And remember your joy reference and keep singing liking the song. Because if we do keep singing where in less danger of actually throwing our lives away having done nothing. Now you can start singing today you can start singing right now. And I don't mean like seeing the top of your voice. But if you want to that's fine, but just stopped deliver your life fully and enjoy the present moment, then get lost in your thoughts about tomorrow or yesterday and things like that. It's never too late to start. It's never too late to start expressing yourself expressing who you are finding your passions in life fulfilling dreams because of the the real sad thing would be getting to Tommy lives when we know like basically getting to Tahmina lies Wimmer on death bed. To put it bluntly. And then looking back no lives and thinking we want to do. I wasted opportunities. I wasn't happy with that feeling that you throw new life away as we Ashley says, so we have to keep singing we have to keep expressing ourselves. However difficult that may be sometimes even these podcast episodes. No, easy for me. Because I know a person that speaks very much attend to keep my feelings inside. So this is my way of expressing myself. And I hope that you gain something from it. So everyone out there just keep singing keep expressing yourself be happy and enjoy your life. Don't throw it away. Thanks for listening today. You can find me at any wings dot com. We are in the process of moving over. But if you go to Allie wings dot com as linked to the new address, which will in about month time, be E wings dot com. Anyway, when I deal with transfers over okay from alleyways dot com. You can reach this podcast. Connecting the bits and may show. You subscribe may show you that me sending episodes. There's an itin subscription button and Android subscription button Accenture center. So thanks for being here today and seeing time.

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5 Trivia Questions on April Fools

Trivia With Budds

09:30 min | 2 years ago

5 Trivia Questions on April Fools

"It's officially the last day the podcast because I'm folding up shop as a trivia host to becoming a karaoke extraordinaire. This is the final trivia with buds. Be happy April Fool's day. It's your pal Ryan butts in the intro. I mentioned this was the last episode ever. And of course, I was fooling you house pranking. Yeah. And Josh as they say, I posted a fun graphic that you could find all my social media today that says karaoke with buds talking about folding up shop and becoming a fulltime karaoke host, which I almost couldn't even just say into the microphone without a straight face with a straight face rather speaking to my face, I have a giant paper towel rolled up paper towel toilet paper. In in my nose. Got a bloody nose out of nowhere haven't done drugs. And this knows just started bleeding so think it's the temperature change it's going from rainy to very warm and dusty suddenly, and it's very windy and things as well. So if you're like, wow, he sounds weird on this episode half of my nose is clogged up, and hopefully, you're feeds not clogged up with too much trivia 'cause you. Time for this show today. Thank you so much for giving. It a listen we had five great quick questions for you on April Fools. These are all famous famous April Fools moments in history from the fifties nineties nineties nineties nineties. Okay, all these are from the nineties except the first one. So we'll have fun with these fundamental fund website compiling some of the biggest hoaxes of all time. So be fun answering these or to jump into the questions right now. It's going to be a short episode today. So enjoy here we go. All right. Let's see if you can get all five of these questions. Correct. For April Fools day trivia question. Number one in nineteen fifty seven the BBC famously reported that what saucy food could grow on trees number one in nineteen fifty seven the BBC famously reported that what saucy food could grow on trees. Question. Number two back in nineteen Ninety-six. What company claimed to have purchased the liberty bell number two in nineteen Ninety-six company claimed to have purchased the liberty bell. Questionable three in nineteen Ninety-two NPR's talk of the nation revealed that what former president was running for president again number three and nineteen Ninety-two NPR's talk of the nation revealed what former president was running for president once again, number three. Question. Number four in nineteen ninety eight science in reason newsletter contained an article claiming that what state had voted to change the value of the mathematical constant pi from three point one four one five nine to the biblical value of just three point. Oh, what's I'll give you a southern state what southern state did they say one of the change three point one four to just three point. Oh for the biblical value. Number four. Question. Number five in nineteen Ninety-seven, a great comics switcher Rooney took place or many comic writers switched with other writers. So the panels appeared from from different comic strip creators on that day. What comic did Dilbert switch with what other famous comic strip Dilbert. Switch with. All right. Those are your five, April Fools inspired trivia questions for today. April. First, April Fools day two thousand nineteen thanks for playing along. And we'll be right back in a second with. Nicking? And look at you you made it through my April Fools day podcast joke by listening to never gonna give you up by Rick Ashley. And it's full to get to the answer section. If you're listening to this. That means you're very dedicated to the show and possibly Rick. Ashley, thank you so much for listening and playing along with this fun episode for me, I had a good time with it here. The answers to the April Fools questions number one in nineteen fifty seven the famously reported that what saucy food could grow on trees. The answer was spaghetti. They said you could plant to spaghetti tree. And they posted a picture of a woman picking spaghetti off tree and people wrote into the BBC by the thousands asking for the seeds to plant a spaghetti tree. Number two and nineteen Ninety-six. We'll company claim purchase the liberty bell was of course, Taco Bell. That's a good call. Right. They said they bought it. People went nuts and Taco Bell owned the liberty bell in theory for. A day number three in one thousand nine hundred two NPR's talk of the nation reveal that what former president was running for president once again that was Richard Nixon tricky dick back in the hot seat in the early nineties. He was not actually running number four nine thousand nine hundred a science and reason newsletter contained an article claiming that a state in the south had said, let's change three point one four to the biblical value of three point zero and the state they said, it was going to do that was Alabama Alabama didn't happen and number five in nineteen Ninety-seven a great comic Switzer Rooney took place where many comic writers switch with other writers for the comic strips that comes out come out daily. What comic did Dilbert switch with Dilbert switched with family circus? The answer was family circus. All right. Thanks for being patient and having some fun with me on this episode. Thanks for telling a friend about the show and we'll see tomorrow for more regular trivia with butts. Cheers.

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The Accountability Call #81: Focus and Landfill Items

The Accountability Call

28:04 min | 2 years ago

The Accountability Call #81: Focus and Landfill Items

"Hi this is John and this is Chris. We're just two guys in their forties trying to live life to the fullest. And what better way to help us along our pat but this year our goals and ideas with a buddy. The accountability call is our way of helping each other. Stay on the track and keep us moving on down the road of life we. I hope you like it and thanks for listening. Never GonNA give you hope. Never GonNa let you own never going to run around in desert. Choose who sings that song. Jon Magnusson Rick as A. Hello everybody Oh you just got rick rolled. Did you ever send an email or get an email from someone like hey dude this is really important and you just need you to look at this and it would be the video of that Song Song of him dancing and singing that they call that Rick World. No I haven't got an email like that but I did know. There's some sort of game where you can work in some of those lines lines from the song into your presentation or keynote. You try and get as many Rick Ashley Lines. I'm never gonNA give you up. I'm Never GonNa let you down and I'm never going to run around and desert you. You know if you can work that into your presentation someone supposedly hey rigorously. That would be total cause for high fives all around. If if you were to to pull that off Rick Ashley the The fellow redhead ahead who had a couple of big hits and this weekend we threw a little Mother's Day celebration. Invited some Some of my wife's family here and we ended up Saturday nights watching a whole bunch of eighties videos. We're playing some cards and I put on Youtube and cast it to the television and it was just some of the greatest eighties music videos. And you WanNa talk about taking a trip back in time. Holy Moly Rick Ashley. Never GonNa give you up definitely one that popped up and addition to some culture club. Some DEF Leppard some Phil Collins. Of course what a time to be alive the nineteen eighties when music videos just getting off the ground and And then finding finding their stride in the early to mid eighties. Oh we we were living right. I gotTa agree with you and the kids still play that stuff. My my son Keating loves Rick Ashley and I'm like what and he's like. I love this song. I'm like that's hilarious. That I've never played that for you once and yet you're playing you know 'cause I mean not my favorite. I know the song but I don't have it on any playlist. I don't own it on. I tunes but he plays it and he just things did Ricky Ashley. I'm like okay so I I think our our youth Kinda likes those songs you can sing along to and it's not as electric sounding. Maybe as today's music I don't know I still think they'd like today's Today's stuff too is just the still like that stuff. Yeah oldies right. Like I like. I like listening to a lot of seventies music. Because that's what my dad listen to when I was growing up and sixties and my kids also cameron sings along to never gonNA give up eight years old and he definitely enjoys that song and sings along with it and even does the hips hip swing their ghastly. Did in the video when when he's singing along to it so it's a classic as I think what we're saying here that Rick Ashley's Never GonNa give you up is a classic never going to give you up. Never GonNa let you down down for sure now. I know what you're talking about. Some of those oldies. I was singing the other day just out of the blue. You know much about his STU stew. We don't know much and I'm like I don't. Why am I seeing that song when that that? Come out late fifties early sixties. I don't know no but it's a classic just popped into your head and he couldn't get it out. I hear Ya. It was something about. Don't know much and then I just took it from there and started singing from there and but I do know that I love you. Don't know much but I love. You can tie into that one as well. Well Neville Nice work. Hey John how have you been in Staying focused this week. We talked about at the end of last podcast. Focus stay folk stay on target. Stay on target and I know that one of our listeners chimed in with with some thoughts on it. Yeah definitely you know it's been on my mind and then you know after we record word and send it out to the masses a few days pass and because I'm old I can't remember some of the stuff we talked about just on the tip of my tongue or you know on top of mind. Signed but One of our listeners sent me a quick little text and was talking about. Hey listen to the show and you know my take on On Focus Chris and I'm going to read this to you out there listener. I'm just going to call a matt. Okay they could be real name. I'm not going to give his last name. We just don't know but he said here's here's my quick take on the topic of Focus and he said and admittedly. It's a bit of a cop out but here goes it's much easier easier for me to keep focus while doing work that is engaging fulfilling and with the right amount of challenge. Fine more of that kind of work and I'd say no to or at least minimize the rest. This is a luxury for most people but something we're striving for and I couldn't agree more with Matt because because he's right on I mean if you can get to that point where you can select stuff. That's fulfilling and still challenges. You you're going to focus more because you you wanna be as we all do a bigger part of something that you're working for. And that's how they motivate and company culture. We talk a lot. What about you know getting employees engaged in to feel like what they're working on is contributing to the bottom line whether it's a success us? You're you're selling more products. You're selling more services what I'm doing matters and so that will make it more engaging for me any nine times out of ten and so that's what companies strive for. That's the trick to leadership is to motivate people along the journey and in everyday everyday life this whole last week. I've been trying to sit here. Thinking about stay focused focus. What can I nailed them? Writing Down Better List to do and in crossing off as I kind of feel better about my accomplishments am I great at it. No did I improve yes. Is it still five minutes of BS in two minutes to work. Sometimes but it's better than it was and I think it's it's I'm on the journey. I'm on the path. I don't know how long I can stay on the road here but right now I'm still going down that road to focus going down the road to focus so that could be an album name name or a band name going down the road to focus. Yeah he There was a lot to unpack there. I mean it seems kind of commonsensical in some ways but Interested in engaged in and what sticks out to me is the challenge part. Right there's gotta be a little bit of a challenge to put and I think that's why it's easier sometimes to focus on something that is creative because there's a challenge in creative endeavors and so yeah. It's about finding that right balance whether you are the leader trying to get your team to be challenged or whether you are working on something yourself It can't be too easy right right. You can't be too easy otherwise it's just it's it's almost impossible to stay focused but it can't be too hard either because then you're like off this. This is impossible can't do this. I can't stay focused on as I gotta take a break. I gotta go watch this Youtube clip and then I'll get back and that'll be focused. So Yeah Yeah finding that balance between just challenging enough to where it requires your focus and not too challenging to to wear zero. No amount of focus can can get you to stay in that moment and it ties hand-in-hand hand-in-hand with interesting and engaging right like it's all it's all right there like obviously if you're interested in something then you're going to be able to focus better on it but it's also you know it's not going to last very long. There's no challenge to it so I think that's is kind of something that that we all whether we're willing to admit it or not. We all kind of yearn for a little bit of challenge. wjr And we'd love the feeling of accomplishment once a challenge bigger small has been sort of mastered her overcome or even in just the feeling of hey I put a really strong effort into that and that was a really good four hours or full day of work right there that was challenging legit. I feel fantastic about that. So so yeah. How do we find that that balance of not too challenging but but challenging enough to keep bus going and keep keep us focused on it? If it's too challenging you you'll put it off right. There's it's GonNa take more effort it's GonNa take more energy and that's kind of I mean you know small microcosm can away this push challenge. I've been doing with you where we're looking to get five thousand pushups in the month right. So we're halfway through the month I'm halfway through today's PUSHUPS. I'm doing one hundred sixty six a day and That's going to give me the five thousand so of eighty six in I've got eighty more to do and that's sort of this little game. This little carrot in front of me and I have to do do this. And I've had these little challenges to my daily life. Another example is how your time gets hijacked and can you focus enough to say no. I'm not going to put my attention to that now. So whether it's a household item I've got to have a water heater guy. Come back and do a little follow up today that that can take my time. I know it's coming so I need to get some other stuff done before he gets here. Here's one other thing now. I had a client sends something from their. HR HR person to me. That says. Hey we need you to sign this because we're going into an audit and we have to make sure all of our people that have worked here have signed a workers compensation nation Workman's comp form which I never did so. We're doing this after. I've done the work. But they WANNA have it on file would would I mind doing this signing running this document to pdf and then scanning it and sending it back they send it to me Monday. I didn't respond to the email was getting around to it but I purposely said now you know in the old days you'd have to mail this to me right and I'd have to send it back in the mail and you wouldn't get it right away. I'm not GonNa do this right. Yeah because it's GonNa take me a while to print it. I gotTA I gotTa sign it. Then I gotta get my scanner gone. Make the file is just GONNA I just don't want to deal with it and and you know it's kind of your emergency but you're just trying to make sure you're covering your bases. They also mentioned I could just refused to sign it and say that whatever I'm just like I'll just do it when I do it but the next day so the Senate in the afternoon Monday and they sent me an email on Tuesday morning and this was from the person interact with so it's the CEO of the company. And they're like Hey I'm not sure did you get this email. I'll making sure and they were carbon on the email and I wrote back. I have received it. It's on my list and then I moved on on. I'm like I'm not doing it right now because I'm trying to work on other stuff and I'll do it when I have other things to work on so I was kind of proud of myself. I hate to be that a person is putting people off but I mean you're a little emergency over. There really wasn't much of an emergency because you have it needed the form until now you know so. Oh now I finally got around to it yesterday. Signed it scanned at Senate back and they received it and I thought that's an example of where I'm not letting someone else's Email jump into front of five other things. I was going to work on. I focused on not doing it even though I put it on the side I put a little list on that kind. Kinda put it in the way actually taped it to the thing. I'll get to this you know and Yeah it took five ten minutes or something but it's it's you know how it is. He start doing that stuff. If you go down a rabbit hole you don't get back to your focus What you were trying to get done that day? I think this is long. Winded focused talk. But you know what. I'm trying to go here now. I do I totally know. And and it's another muscle that we have to work out is our no muscle. How do we say no? My wife sent me An email yesterday or a text. Hey she had to give a speech for one of her friends who got classified employee of the year in in her school district. And she said Hey Can take a look at this I. I'm giving speeches afternoon and I was like right in the middle of something and I knew that I was going to have some time in about an hour and a half or so and I had to say I can but I can't do it right now. Which gotcha usually when my wife and I are like hey can you take a look at this? We'll jump right on it but I knew that if I were to devote my energy energy and time to that that it would totally I hate to use the word hijack. Because I'm talking about my wife but it would've would have totally sidetracked me from the task that I had to get done and so I said I will take a look at it in an hour and a half and I did. I took a look at an hour and a half total. It helped her a wordsmith. The speech was giving gave her some tips. But when we do that hijack I think is a good word because it totally early takes us off track where we were going and it takes at least their studies done. I don't have the numbers in front of me but it takes us at least twice as long to get back into that task as it did to start it in the first place and so we're doing everybody a favorite but most importantly ourselves when we do learn to say no. And here's a Guy Seth Godin who likes to say if it's not a hell yes then it's a no and I think sometimes that's challenging. That might be going too far for for some of US depending on the work that we do. But I think that's a good thing to keep in the back of our minds if it's not a hello yes then it's a no like if we're if we're lukewarm about like Okay Yeah I can do that for your yeah. I'll try that then. Why are we really doing it? We need to take a look at that and say is this really something that I'm behind or should I be devoting my time and my energy which is my most precious commodity right my time and my my attention my energies Geez. That's the that's all that I have. That's the most important thing that I have. I should be devoting that two things that I want to do. Things that are important to me are important to the people in my life not to somebody that is asking a favor of me or something. That you know just doesn't need to be done right now so So no or hell. Yes what do you think about that if if not at least hell If you don't use how at least heck and it's got to be a heck. Yes I do use that. Someone taught me that. I think it was gonNA show if you don't love it in the store are you won't wear it. You have to love it or don't buy it so like if you're looking insured if you don't love it but you kinda like the prices good and there's all these other points that make it that but it's not your favorite. You'll choose something else over it in your starting lineup of shirts. So why would you buy it. You know we all have that starting lineup. So don't by it because basically whatever you're going to buy at the store whatever you're GonNa do if it's something that you look ahead and goes it's going to be in a landfill in like ten and yours is this. Just whatever I'm buying right now is just going to be in a landfill and fifteen years somewhere then. I probably don't need it. You know it's like so I agree with you. It's gotTa be the Hecker a hell. Yes most times or now and just because someone sends an email that is not immediate to me anymore emails. Not Immediacy that's a You know you're just basically using snail mail to send it electrically and I'll get it and then I'll work on it and I'll send it back if you're dying and say this is urgent. You're really helping us out. I dropped the ball whatever. Whatever then I'll step up my game right because I'm trying to help you out of get you out of your jam but if you're just saying you know hey can you sign this and send it back? Yeah when I get to it. Yeah so I don't know I like the I like the metaphor. I think you can start to cut you off but I would just want to jump in and say that the clothes metaphor that it goes into a landfill can apply lie to tasks as well right or even energy like down the road. This is not really going anywhere right. This is just going GonNa be in some mental landfill or some proverbial land. Yeah so I. I like that metaphor. I think it works for a lot of things. Yeah I you know then hold onto that one awhile and it just sorta seems to serve me. Well I kind of like do I really need this right now and you know we talk about clearer and we have a lot of clutter cutter. We need to declutter but think about some of the stuff that you get. You almost. Don't want as a as kids want trophies we all do. But I don't want any more like plaques anymore awards or I don't want any more commemorative you know like someone gives you a printout. Hey accomplish the adobe premiere class here's a certificate. Whoop up to do what am I gonNa do with that? You know to to go a step further and put it on your head out to go a step further greeting cards. How how long do we hold a birthday earthy card from the family? You know. I've had a lot of birthdays. Chris you might get. You might get some push back on this one. You might get some pushback on this one but continue. How long do I hold it if the kids? If the kids drew the card I'll hold onto it probably till I die if they bought a card or my wife bought me a birthday card all right right and that was last October. What am I doing with that card? I still have it. I find that I keep these things I stick them in a drawer and then opened. I'm like well that's cool cool. I'll read it one more time than I should just recycle this. What am I holding onto all these cards for you know? And there's a lot of cards you get to be my age. So what is it. That's could end up in a landfill. I do love cards. But they're disposable right aren't they don't know. Where am I going to self never get a card for John Never pour or my heart out into a handwritten? The four fifty ended to John. Cards are expensive. What the hell happened? Why are they six and seven dollars? I now what happened I. We're in we come up with a business where it's just a virtual card okay and it and it pops out of your phone really cool animation and then it's over okay. Okay okay. They have them. My father in law sent one to Melissa for her birthday a couple of weeks ago it was like an email like a song. Yeah they definitely have the I. I think the thought is with that sort of stuff because I have my own drawer full of cards as well all the way back from a long time like from my parents and my grandparents and stuff and I think the thought is that one day. I'm going to read through all these when I'm seventy years old eighty five years old. I'm through all of these and it's right. Call up these amazing memories. I don't know are we going to do that. It's it's tough to say. Well you're carrying it around whatever you're doing you gotta carry it around you gotta how's it I don't know I can. We Recycle I. I share the same sentiment and if someone has written something in there more than just their you know hey happy birthday and signed their name. I tend to think about got keeping those over ones that are just like hope. You have a great day or whatever but if it's something in my mom was famous for writing paragraph or two in there. I've kept that so I liked those ones but some of the other ones are just you know recycle and I dunno I do appreciate the gifts and the thoughts so I don't wanna sound like sour there but I'm just saying you know what what is it that's going to end up in a landfill. What are we really buying? I mean Chris if if you showed up for my birthday dinner and gave me a hug and and we laughed. I wouldn't need a car from you buddy. You know I wouldn't so appreciate it it but you could just tell it to me when you see me. We're good. We're all good all right. Yeah landfill I like it. Tell each other instead of creating that started. It started with us saying no to things things and then when I go off don't I don't I take these rabbit hole. Alleyways I wear my going. I was trying into tired altogether. It's like all right. How and I'm? I'm struggling in the moment. Like all right. How do how do we focus? Focus Focus we could not focus here. Hey one thing that I have been doing this week since we talked last is you know I think like anything. Focus is something that we can practice and it sounds so silly but you know even just having our phone. Oh next to us or whatever you know when I'm working on a task and maybe it's a task that's not interesting or engaging being or specifically challenging but nevertheless a task that must get done. It's it's a challenge. It's a a workout Kowt. In a way to not get distracted right to stay focused on that task and see it to its completion. And so I've been trying to think think of it in those terms like like lifted weights. All right we'll more Rep. Okay I can do one more upright more up. Are we got it. Okay Nice Cool. It's it's like building up that muscle to be able to have more focus for a longer period of time the next time and it's been kind of interesting just to think of it that way I don't know I think I'll have to wait and see over the next couple of weeks months. If it's actually working in that same same way. That working out makes stronger but it is interesting to think of it in those terms kind of setting a personal challenge to myself. I don't know if you've ever tried something like that with with focus anyway. Yeah I actually I love the focus. Muscle you talking about. We're we're we're building our focus muscles. I actually I'll give you a side one to focus reservoir. And that's what's been going on this week. I've been focusing better getting more done knowing. Next week I travel and I'M NOT GONNA have time at my computer here to do certain things I said. I need to focus. I got ahead the last couple of days getting some projects in and Out The door right so my inbox is going down a little bit because I'm tat I'm getting these tasks out of the way and I was kind of happy. With my reservoir. The focus reservoir was going going up I had more minutes. I was like well. This is great. I'm going to be done and I could go the store early. Get that done. Take that list off my wife's shoulders to help out. Because she was going to go to the store I do it. But here's what I also did. I had extra few minutes because I had built this reservoir up and then a friend of ours called me and I spent forty five minutes talking and I didn't feel like I got behind because I was ahead. I was like kind of like A. I don't know in hockey. You have the plus minus for your plus twenty because when you're on the ice your teams usually ahead and they're scoring right and then you're off the ice you if you have a minus or if you're if you have a minus your teams when you're on. The ice isn't isn't doing as well. And that's how they gauge these plus minuses. It's kind of like that. I had like a overfilled so I was able to Use some of those minutes that I built up in the focus reservoir to talk to my friend which was great and I didn't feel like I got behind because I was ahead of schedule cool so that's a nice feeling I have. I have to tell you I haven't had that too much. Maybe in the last six months where I'm just feeling like not chasing my tail and trying to catch up so I I I'm definitely going to keep working on it. And whether I'm building this focus muscle and and depositing more into the reservoir to us down the road I don't I I liked the feeling so I'm going to keep going with it. That's great to hear. I love that. Reservoir build reserves. Yeah because because you never know when a cool opportunity Might present itself. And if you've got that reservoir if you've got those reserves than you can take advantage advantage of that opportunity but if not then you're digging yourself you're you're putting yourself into the red even more so that's really cool that Sir you've experienced it I think maybe that's the key like we all have to experience that to realize holy crap. Why haven't been doing this all along? Why have I not? I've been trying to build up this reserve. Build up this reservoir so so that's really cool. Yeah Yeah because life comes at you from all angles right so be ready the prepared if you can. It's a better feeling if you can buffer that sort of change or that sort of immediate thing that pops into your life by having a bit of a reserve not always gonNA work not going to lie sometimes chasing your tail and your hair's on fire but It's a better feeling if you're under control and you've you've built up just enough cushion there. Yeah it's definitely something to strive for and I think that that's that's a good way a to to send us into the weekend. Strive toward building a reservoir a reservoir that allows you to say yes to other opportunities entities and not have to say at the expense of getting something done so so good chat focus building reservoirs devore's don't send John Birthday card ever and landfill territory. Land Shark Kenny Graham. I'm sure good one Chevy Chase Goodwin Chevy Chase. I like it love it good talking. Yep good talking my friends. Let's do it again in the very near future. You guys avegare week the.

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PodQuiz 751

PodQuiz

16:11 min | 1 year ago

PodQuiz 751

"Seven five one they that dumb welcome to put quiz seven hundred and fifty fifty one before we start at like to thank jolt who came up with the idea for round two this week round one. It's an annual anthem's music run this week so there are five pieces of music to listen to for which i would like artist and title and number five is the gear in which those songs were first released as singles good night love for somebody like me. Crazy don't mind me tape boy by body on me. The only <music> proud to bags that contrary soon have a seemingly this guy i changed and baby on the bed. Can have this cat piss taking when you look at question three issues that now alka milo is question four uh <music> western five number five is the year in which all of those songs were first released. It was the same year that donald trump fight. James comey as director of the f._b._i. Round to round two is on internet means question six which rick ashley song is the subject of the rick role meam question seven the doj meme features which breed of dog saying to word critically basically poor phrases is it the akita the husky or the shiba either question eight which character from the matt furey comic series boys club has become associated jason with the ultra-right much to the authors dismay question nine in a common coming mean which animal asks i can has cheeseburger question ten in which means does an animated cartoon cats with a pop tart for a tool so flight three space leaving of rainbow trail behind it round three threes us cl- instruments you're about five <unk> showed clips of instruments being played and in each case. I'd like you to identify them. Question eleven <music> worst <music> <music> question thirteen <music> <music> fourteen are <music> whole whole the <hes> <hes> <music> question fifteen the <music> round four and the final around this week is science and technology in question sixteen which electrical property ace mishit using an meter question seventeen which of the following particles is carries a negative charge the electron neutron all the proton and question eighteen which commit did the giotto spacecraft visit in nineteen eighty six in question nineteen which state of matter occurs when a gas is heated to the point that electrons are rips from its atoms leaving positive ions and free electrons in question twenty in competing. What does the abbreviation r._d._b._m._s. stand for. I'll be back in form. It's with the answers after a city life by meam skin city they do what is it's live came back so five ah silence waiver they travel stopping aw <music> and skin city. I will i'll show you <music> shot came back. <music> silence wave travel list <music> <music> and <music> now the answers one was shaken few by eight sheeran shape russian pool electro-magnetic coming. It was sorry not sorry by militia you aw number three was passion fruit by drake passive with things as you say from number fool was sign of the times by harry styles sir and number five the deal was twenty seventeen. Learn round to ranchi was on memes and the answer to number sixty recast. Li song petits subject of the rick role mien is never gonna give you up the pacific. The doj mean features a shiba inu number eight. The boys club. Carter is pepe the frog nine. It is a cat that says i can t spoke and attend the animated cartoon sinkat with the pop tart torso east niane cat round three from three musical instruments instruments and the answer to number eleven most the fact pipes twelve wolves to flute number thirteen was the marimba fourteen was the trumpet <music> number fifteen was the violin round four the fun-run was science and technology and the answer to number sixteen and a meter misha's current the seventeen the negative charged paschal. He's the electron eighteen. The giotto spacecraft past haley's comet nineteen that state of matter with ions and free electrons is plasma and twenty r._d._b._m._s. stands for relational database management system. Let's say for put quiz seven five one. Thanks to all those who entered last week's price around if you'd like to do that you need to get your answers to me by the twentieth focused plays semesters before we go happy birthday to just the pot quiz queen from john james ash love and kate would like to wish humbly french pokka a happy one year anniversary speak to you next week bye now.

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Ep.5 Appliance Erotica? Florida Man Vs. The U.K. Lasagna Diddler, And Mixed Martial Sharts

The Tattness Podcast

46:56 min | 1 year ago

Ep.5 Appliance Erotica? Florida Man Vs. The U.K. Lasagna Diddler, And Mixed Martial Sharts

"Welcome to the tat this podcast once again i n tata's and blue will probably be in on the next show just to check on things and see how it was going and i'm pretty happy to report that my level of technology knowledge man it would be fair. A fair assessment to say was bordering on mennonite territory territory but since doing this show. I've learned metric pant loaded likes sushi. You don't even know so much has gone into this show. Since i started doing wanted more hands on by myself i've learned so much but don't you worry your pretty little heads man. I i didn't go and get smart on you. You can still smell the faint scent of fresh window on my breath so it's it's okay have no fear. My lack of helmet is strictly due to my rebellious nature. I assure you but what my report with technology has definitely improved. I went from hating dealing with its with technologies convoluted yet effective fucker shenanigans man and in a way you can safely compare to meet love snapping on gary abuses in a fit of irrational rage on celebrity apprentice to now being more relaxed laxed with the whole thing. I mean don't get me wrong. Xbox one still makes me wanna take a bath with my toaster but aside from that that's pure unless another story entirely. I hate that fucking system so much but i'm much more relaxed with the whole thing. Now you know and other give me wrong. Man technologie and i aren't suddenly b._f._f.'s or anything like that okay. We're not gonna start sending each other christmas cards but we're civil like do divorced parents trying to make it work for the sake of our anxiety ridden children. You know what i mean. It's it's i assure you though my newfound love for technology is strictly platonic like i have to make that clear because i recently found out that there are people in this world walking amongst us with a mental disorder called mckenna feely a- of all fucking things which which means they're sexually attracted to appliances so you know what that fucking means right. I mean that that as we speak as i'm talking to you right eight now as you listen to this somewhere in this world there is some mother fucker out there who is currently balls deep in a fucking waffle liron and having a great fucking time to you know what i mean i it's fucked up like why so i thought well fuck it. We have to cater to everybody right. So what if there was some novels people like that what about fucking graphic novels mike appliance erotica so we got one four men dan and for those people that are into that kind of weird shit. Hey who am i to judge you know what i'm saying so here we go how about this one a lonely maytag repairman and sexual tryst with a sleek yet curvy waffle iron he quivers with anticipation as he glares lustfully at its beckoning teflon nonstick coating sugar bear. He knows utmost certainty. It's just a matter of time before he puts a ladles worth of battery of his own in that sultry appliance in some perverts new graphic novel fifty shades of griddle and if you dig bat then you may also enjoy curling iron man a robust lost young ladies toured love affair with a curling iron. He leaves her with third degree burns as she discovers. She's not the only one turn. I'm left with so many any questions dude about this like how do you decide in this case. What kind of appliances are for you like. I guess if you like kit revere the type that you like it rough and fast and hard than you go for like a cake mix series but if you like that slow and sensual shit then you go for a crock pot or some shit right now is good was segment. I like to call fucked up news up. What in the baked fuck is going on in the u._k. You guys honestly fucking. Tell me what is going on over there. A dude apparently wants to sue a grocery store after he ends up in the hospital with severe burns on his fuck skin on his packer from fucking fucking frozen lasagna after he's cooked it for ten minutes in the microwave and his complaint i shit you not is that two employees saw him by this fucking thing and not one. I said hey man don't fuck that thing once you get it out of the oven or the microwave and then the cashier helped him by by cashing him out and did not warned warned him not to fuck a hot lasagna old so you guys fucking tell me right now kay how fucking many people need somebody to tell l. them not to be sticking their fuck in spam javelin in hot lasagna honestly like really if you fucking need to be told that you're probably gonna get severe blistering on your fucking yogurt slinger then. Maybe you shouldn't be around hot food. If you know instead of eating it you wanna fuck in stickier vagina minor in it. What's the matter with you. You're probably going to have a bad time and you should probably not be permitted to use ovens or fucking microwaves like your waves unattended so in case. It doesn't go without saying y'all fucking. Just keep your wound broom at tonight's dinner okay. Can we please just do that. Button it up a florida man. There's a shock since apartment complex on fire after manager told him to stop masturbating in front of windows. Yes eh come on man. If you're gonna fucking beat it like. Does your child support. Don't we'll do it in front of fucking windows or your front door and damn sure don't burn the fucking place down just because somebody told you to knock that shit off i i gotta tell you i think all these florida men dudes that are like always in the headlines for really weird shit need to just assemble like fucking trailer park voltron and just commit one really big fucked up act. You know what i mean and you ain't getting the final headline and just the be all end all all fucked up headlines. You know what i'm saying. Once again. Florida man florida man had he's black widow spider on his face combat arachnophobia pa aw jane yaas what in the fuck in hillbilly self-help is going on here. I feel like there's some kind of fucking logic behind this. I'm just not sure what but that dude in the u._k. He's got some fucking stiff competition with you. Florida motherfuckers let me tie. Maybe fifty shades of griddles actually truly based on a true story and i just fucked up the back history of it all because here we have florida man pokes girlfriend in the eye after she served him waffles instead of pancakes <hes> wiseguy what the fuck seriously. No you know what that's the kind of mother fucker. I wanna see behind the grill when i walk into a denny's because that mother fuckers passionate about breakfast you know what i'm saying and now onto sports news no this is not new news but a dam sure never gets old an enemy may fighter who shall remain nameless here because all you could find them on youtube if you really want to but i'm not gonna take away the last shred of dignity got this poor or bastard gets taken down to the ground while he's getting punched he straight up shits his pants all and of course the ref sees this and he stops stops the fight and when buddy stands up and these just leaving puddles of asked pudding all over the octagon floor can smell let it's so gnarly i can honestly say i've never in my career hit somebody so hard that it caused anal leakage but i share look forward to the day that i do and and if i do you best believe that that is going to become like my finishing paunch i'm going to call it. Montezuma's revenge or chris brown or maybe even call it u._p._s. Because these hands are going to show you what brown can do for you feel. I guess the moral of this story really is that in m._m._a. Inevitably every once in a while there's going to be puddles of anal greece left on the octagon floor is just part of the business shit happens figuratively and literally literally so you know you're gonna catch that once in a while on youtube but for fuck sake man. Why does the cameraman have to zoom in on this dudes fucking mud monkeys. He's the he's dropping and just focusing on it and getting every detail he can like. It's fucking h._d. I don't understand why i think we all understood understood. What was happening. We didn't need to see the fucking close up and it was just so fucked up man i. I just don't know why he fucking felt the need to zoom in on the little mud midgets that this guy's dropping and you know i it was just fucking nasty bro so that will conclude the segment of the show that i call mixed martial arts. I gotta tell you guys men me with my career whether it be ama or even doing this show or doing doing my clothing line or writing books or any of this shipment you guys make it's so much fun. I really enjoy what i'm doing. You know i really enjoy everything i i do but you know. Let me tell you what's not fun being lied to being deceived. Nobody likes that man and i almost ashamed to tell you guys that today. I was deceived pretty terribly. I was the victim of something that was pretty harsh and and <hes> i figured i'll share that with you guys and you know i'm still trying to recover from it because it was devastating but today you guys i was in fact rick rolled off. That's right. I fucking clicked. This link. Link that somebody told me was hey here's the skeletal voice actor in full character cussing up fuck and storm. Why would i not click on that and what do so i get. I get a fucking rick ashley video playing and i was just cut deep man that that fucking deceit cut deep that stung big time and i have not been the same since rick ashley's voiced this is in fact the sound of betrayal liar liar pants on fire to now that i've told you about how ashley was the basically the fucking a tool of my betrayal. Let's take a break for a minute and talk about the tata's podcast channel on youtube <hes> if you haven't already go and check that out subscribe and be sure to keep checking it out because in the near future. There's going to be exclusive content. That's going to be uploaded to the youtube channel no which helps us keep doing this for free so check that out. Check it the facebook page if you haven't already like that and share it with your friends man it just keeps us going and and <hes> casey forgotten this october and maybe even sooner we haven't decided just yet depending on the demand for it but in the near future coming at the latest october. I probably end up september. Maybe even in the middle of september who knows yet. We haven't decided but it's gonna be alouine. Theme shows all the time time it's gonna be horror movie related paranormal stories and things of that nature that you guys could send in if you want at <hes> the podcast cast email at podcast at gmail.com and some of my own experiences and things that i can't explain any stories is that coming from the listeners and <hes> might even talk about horror based video games and anything horror basically anything paranormal supernatural horror a related and there's gonna be some special guests so don't miss that at all because that's like the best time of year man now i got an email from the tatneft podcast guest email from a fan of the show which is really cool that asked if i could give a shout out so i'll just go ahead and read this now as they requested. Hello tetanus. I i just wanted to say i'm a huge fan of everything you do. I love anime and i bought your book years back and i still laugh when i read it i own at least seven tata's co shirts and you probably don't remember me but you tattoo back in two thousand twelve in niagara falls. Unfortunately i don't have any any of your artemije walls but i would love to get some anyway enough ass kissing. I just wanted to congratulate you on the new show and we'll be looking forward to listening to it on my way to work stacey casey hold on now live. Whoa hold up. Let's back this up a little bit first of all. I will tell you when i've had enough ass kissing you. Just go right ahead. If you wanna tell tightness that's what he's a global icon national treasure. You just go right ahead. Don't let me stop you. I'm just fucking with these days. I really appreciate that actually thank you so much. <hes> unfortunately you know my my time. In niagara falls. There was a lot going on and that was a long time ago so now i don't really recall sorry <hes> <hes> enough of personal <hes> thanks for all the support though all the clothing that you've bought and buying the book and everything else. That's super cool man. I'm really glad you enjoyed it and and it was a lot of fun to write it was just you know just one of those things taking the piss having a blast and try my hand at something new so thanks so much for the support and i email me back. Let me know what design or what it was. I tattooed on you man and i might remember some of that and you know i could probably send you see if we can't send you some of that art to you that you want so bad for all your support. Thanks a lot man. That's super cool. I want you guys to know that. I totally appreciate all the support that you guys. It's been giving the show and just your viewership and listenership and i love it and i just want you to know i appreciate it so much and i would never ask ask for donations to the show in any way so if any podcast site is doing that just ignore it <hes> it's not needed but what i will say is that <hes> <hes> there is one place i would like to promote and that's a charity called drake raden foundation. Which maybe you guys a lot of you. Guys may not be familiar. Millier with this or may not know this yet. <hes> some of you do know that <hes> last november my two year old son madden had passed away from a condition that he was born with called engage which currently has no cure and it is terminal so babies typically pass away from this very early in life and the drake rating foundation is a charity that is organized and it is government registered third and they are basically constantly accepting donations to put towards finding a cure for research anyway for engaged encaged currently the the money is going towards treatments for these children and hopefully a cure in the near future will be found. I hope <hes> so if you guys ever want to donate to that i would totally definitely encourage that but don't ever feel like you. You know if a site is asking for donations on behalf of this show. Just ignore it it. It's not <hes> i would much rather you guys just subscribed to my youtube channel. Oh don't worry about. I know some sites tend to do that. They do ask for allowed donations. I don't want that. It seems like every podcast broadcast is talking about this. I don't really want to get too into it. But what do you guys think about the new <hes> joker movie coming now. I think it looks decent to be honest with you but i also feel like it's going to get some mixed reactions. I think a lot of people are going to go into into it expecting it to be some kind of a batman movie and it's not so i think they're gonna probably shit on it a little bit. If you know <hes> if anything goes the way you know previous history has certain things like that. It just doesn't strike me as like a comic book movie per se <hes> and i think people are probably expecting it to be and <hes> you know. I'm curious to see it personally. I think it looks really interesting and just the way hey it's done. I think it's kind of its own thing so i'm really curious to see it and then you got the new movie so the way i see it now is like it's really a bad fucking time for anybody who has a clown. Phobia is just not. I'm not cool because people that don't like clowns or kind of getting bombarded with them these days and it's kind of fucking crazy. There's a couple of movies in twenty twenty yeah. I'm really looking forward to because of algae purposes ghostbusters three is coming out which is going to be super cool and i don't know if you guys heard this or not but they're actually releasing the first ghostbusters movie into the theaters again but this time they're actually putting in parts that were cut out of the original cut <hes> that they didn't end up using so now you get a little bonus stuff which is pretty cool and <hes> the three is going to be really good. I'm sure and you know another movie. I'm really looking forward to just because of nostalgia purposes. Don't don't email me with this. Shit about fucking how bad it socks or whatever because like it's not gonna fucking. They know damn well. It's not intended to fucking win oscar but fucking bill and ted two's coming out and i'm pretty fucking jazzed about that and i don't care if it's fucking a total cluster mr fuck trainwreck. I'm just curious to see it and that's all i care. I'm not expecting a masterpiece. I'm not fucking expecting you know any kind of academy award winning fuck inflict so i think it'd be cool man. I i just wanna see this shit. 'cause it's been a long ask time and <hes> i think it'd be cool for the most part <hes> <hes> so you know i really look forward to some of those and <hes> from what i hear anyway that there's you know halloween's coming again in twenty two one either doing a part two to the last one that was recently done which is super cool. I loved it personally. I thought it was very well done because you know it was well written and the fact that john carpenter was back involved in it and i hear that it's actually slated for <hes> the the one coming out in two thousand twenty and then a third one which will be the final one so then. They're not doing it anymore so i think they just want. Close it out and put it to rest and you so you know. Hopefully there will be no more really shitty. You know like <hes> there was part four and on that were just awful for the most part but i still i love the character so much that i'll watch it anyway. I don't give a shit. I mean you know the first one and the second one. We're obviously the greatest but you know. I really love the new one that came out and i look forward to part two of and part three of that and you know <hes>. I like the rob. Zombie wants is to view it as a standalone and its own thing absolutely so i know we talked about that on the first show in surprisingly didn't get any hate mail about that but i know a lot of people really did not like the fucking remakes but like i said man if you go into it as a standalone and you just watch them as they are and don't compare them to the originals that and they're actually pretty cool and then the new one actually felt a lot like the the original so i loved it and i thought it was very well done. I loved all the little details in it and it just had so much effort. Put into it that you you could tell that the people that wrote it really into it and actually cared and it wasn't just about making a buck off something that was once successful and they wanted to revive it. They were honestly fans of the movie and they wanted to revive it because they did not like what happened. Once you know party was done and over with ed just kind of went to shit. You know what i mean. <hes> they just got more gradually off base with the story and just start to get really weird and out there and i didn't care for that but again i love halloween movies so much that i watch the money fucking way it's just i didn't like all that really bizarre shit that they started to go down a different story path completely that had nothing to do. There's just a lot of inconsistencies and you know you could argue. Nightmare on elm street had a lot of inconsistencies as well and that that's true. That's a fair point <hes> but you know i just fucking hope. They don't butcher any further fucking horror movies that we love so much and apparently robert england wants to play freddy one more time but at the same time he also wants kevin bacon of all people to take over the freddie character and i don't know what you guys think about that but i'm i'm intrigued. I'm curious. I think that's high praise from the guy that you know fucking basically made that character wanted it is so i think he has a lot of belief in him. I think he's capable double of playing him but i also feel bad for him because i feel like he's gonna take off shit man because he's going to be constantly compared to robert englund and i don't think that's fair. I think roberts trying to pass the torch and i know fucking. You'll never replace or operating women. There will never be a better fucking freddie krueger but it's at the same time you know. He can't do this. Shit forever so you know if you still want to see the character than fucking. Somebody's gonna have to take that place and it better better to be someone that <hes> he handpicked rather than just anybody that they've picked for the sake of making a buck right so we'll see how that goes. I don't know how that's gonna play out. I hope that that one way or another we get a fucking nightmare on elm street movie very soon because that would be fucking sweet. I was supposed was to go see a movie a couple of weeks ago but i fucking went to a place for dinner. I and it was just such a shit. Fucking working experience that i fucking i mean i already was feeling kind of shady and it was just a shit experience to the point where i it just took me out of that mood and i was like i don't even fucking go see a movie now <hes> i. I'm not one to complain man but this was fucking awful and it takes. It's a lot for me to say that because even you know most places when they're not great. They're still all right but i went to this place. In my irish listeners will appreciate this. I went to place that called themselves an irish pub and it was fucking like the first thing on the menu that i see nachos news and their special for the day was fucking lasagna and like what the fuck is irish about any of that right so that should have been my first indicator indicator that this was going to be a bad time and so i was like fucking get something that's actually irish because you know you're in irish allegedly urgently irish pub so i ordered the bangers and mash big fucking mistake i and i ended up getting the at my table and the potatoes were barely fucking warm and the sausages were there are probably the best part part of the whole fucking thing and i asked they asked me if i wanted to get this fried onions with it or fucking sauerkraut what the fuck fucked sauerkraut have to do with irish fucking bangers and mash first of all so i said i can't stand that shit so i want fucking obviously the onions right so i get my play sure as shit. What do i have fucking sauerkraut man and i was like you know and there was no fucking gravy view on this shit whatsoever neither they brought me to fuck in those little plastic packets that you peel the foil top off of of this congealed pissed looking garbage that they called fucking honey mustard and i was like what the fuck in my interview with that so the whole fucking meal was just terrible and i barely finished. It and i hate wasting food. I just could not get through it and the waitress comes and she takes and the let me just say to all the servers out there. You are not paid enough to take anybody's bullshit and that's why i never complain. Man is not your fault. She was an absolute salute sweetheart. It was not her fault and so she comes up to my table. She takes my plate fucking goes back with it and when she comes back she was like hey you know i noticed that you know they gave you the sauerkraut not the onions that she ordered. You should have told me i would have fixed it and so it's not your fault. I mean it's all good. It's not that big a deal. You know you didn't make this. You know what i mean and and trust me those onions. Were not going going to save this fucking meal and you know it's just i would say it was a fucking dumpster fire but if it was then it would at least be fucking can hot and it was just nothing authentic about it if they brought me a fuck in a bowl of lucky charms that would have been more authentically irish than this fucking in garbage that they brought me. It was just terrible and you know it. Just took me right out of it and i was like man. I just wanna go the fuck home now. I don't even wanna you know. I want to go home and eat real food at some point but i see i think i got pizza that night just because this was such a letdown but again it's not the servers fault man. <hes> you know you guys aren't paid enough so shadow to the servers out there that <hes> do their job do it well l. and unfortunately take so much bullshit from people in there fucking piss poor attitudes weight and it's not their fault they. They don't make the food they they just bring it to you and yeah i get it. There are some servers out there that really disliked their job and it shows sometimes but you know if you had to put up with half the fucking bullshit that they have to put up with then you'd get it trust me. I used to own a bar. I know how fucking rude some people can be. I know how belligerent some people can get when you know they had a few drinks in them are in a in a bad mood and they just have the sense of entitlement like they can treat you like a piece of shit right so i totally get it and you know you gotta be understanding and i i'm not saying that's excuse for shit service and you're not expected to pay for it either either but you know there's a lot of servers that there that i think the majority that do their job well and if the kitchen fuck something up. It's not the server fault so given them attitude is not exactly you know getting anywhere because it's not their fault they didn't make the mistake so you know to ease up on your servers man because you know they take so much bullshit and get so little pay for it and they don't deserve that and and it's <hes> so i told her it was all good. It was not her fault and it wasn't she was an absolute sweetheart. So you know i don't complain. It's just something where it's like like. I just know not to go back. It's not for me and you know. They got some good reviews so i guess some people liked it but it's just like i found it nothing authentic pantic about it. I didn't like it. The food quality was terrible <hes> it. It just wasn't good and you know so. I wouldn't go back if somebody really really likes them all the power to them. They can go back but the only thing about that meal was the beer honestly. That was the only thing that really was something. I could finish like this ostriches. I guess pretty decent for the most part all things considered but everything else was just awful well and it came with these vegetables that were like so bland and boiled to death that it was just like flavourless and just not a good meal at all so now now i know better. I'm not gonna say their name. I don't wanna fucking. Put him on blast or anything like that. It's just you know to me. An irish pub should fucking be irish. You know what i mean and in the majority of your menu is nowhere near irish at all then what are you doing. Why do you have an irish fucking name on your sign and then you're trying to peddle. Let me fuck in mexican and italian food's it just it doesn't mesh man. It's pretty sad when i say that you know the the sausages were actually the best part because even day kind of look like ground beef stuffed in a used condom so it just wasn't good. It was fucking atrocious to be honest with you and i. I felt like nauseous after eating the shed it just it was that bad. I didn't like it at all. So you know i know first world problems right. Fucking can reach people you know but it's just i don't know it's a bummer when you love food so much and you know what i mean you need it for your muscle mass and everything else also you go out to a place thinking you're going to have this awesome meal and it just turns eight ler. You don't like any of it at all and i'm like the furthest thing from picky. You can ask anybody honey. That knows me man. I am the furthest thing from picky. I love just about anything and this shit was as fucking terrible. We'll i couldn't do it. I could not finish. It and i really really dislike fucking wasting food but this shit was just if i tried to fucking can choke it down. It was coming back up for share so it was a losing battle and i think i made the right decision on that date. I've been so distracted by. I like this whole thing doing the show that i've been kind of missing the gym lately so i have to get my ass back in the gym and you know make up for for a few days that i've been away and <hes> you guys make us so worth it though man this is so cool man to see the response i get every day you guys are just so awesome with all the feedback and everything so i totally appreciate it and it's not just those of you that know who i am from you know all my other shit all you new listeners that don't even know me from my other things that i've done from from my books from my clothing line and shit like that you know all the new listeners and everybody y'all make it worth doing and you make it so much fun and i just thought man. It's gotta be cool too. You know like if you get a laugh out of it or whatever and i know for me personally. Sometimes i just like to throw on the podcast and just play video games that have that background noise. You know what i mean it just kind of it's a cool vibe to just feel like having a conversation with somebody so you know if you're anything like me then sometimes you just wanna throw on a podcast as a background sound and you know just do your thing saying and get a laugh out of it then that's great man. That's the idea. I don't wanna make people think too much. There's gonna be some serious shows where we talk about some serious shit but for for the most part man i figure you know i look at the analytics and i can tell what days they're picking up the most and it's like you guys must be having a rough week and and i get that grind right so the middle of the week you start to get burnt out on all the fucking daily bullshit so you know i figured it gives you a little something to get your mind off off all that nonsense in just kind of blow off some steam and fucking relax. You know what i mean and get a laugh olivia. Take some stress off you and if that's what this does then i'm so fucking. I'm glad i could help and that's the idea that's the purpose behind it. That's why it's free. That's why you know ideal it now. Enjoy doing it so much and you know you guys seem to be responding to very well and i love it and it's so worth it so i do it with you. Guys in mind and i dig giga that you guys have been so fucking amazing with the feedback and just subscribing and sharing it and liking yeah comments and downloads and everything and you know it's officially available on spotify now and i- teams and pretty pretty much everywhere man. There's a couple places still pending whether or not that big a deal all the major formats i on it so i love it and it's so worth doing and you know i've been approached about this many times in the past. Though you should do this podcast you should do this podcast and eventually i was like fuck it man and maybe i will you know anyone that knows me knows. I have so much shit going on. I have so much on my plate but you know <hes>. I do a lot of art i do. Do you know the fucking training and i do a lot of personal training for people and coaching people on their fucking nutrition and shit like that and it's just the the clothing line designing shit designing websites doing the fucking podcast. It's been just tactic and shit but i love it because i love keeping busy like this in just doing the things that i enjoy doing taking every opportunity that i get because a lot of people don't get opportunities to do the shit they love. You know i mean i'm very blessed so i jump on every opportunity that interests me. I'm never gonna sell out and do shit. I don't wanna do because why the fuck would. I do that when when you know you can't sell yourself out like that because then you're going to become miserable not everything's about money so you know fucking. I just jumped on the things that interest trust me then i think i i could do you know to the best of my ability that i think i would enjoy doing and i find when you enjoy what you're doing. You do it better than you would. If you just don't care so you know i've got my art page on facebook tatneft mccleary art. You could check that out if you haven't if you're into comic comic book art and shit like that. There's a whole lot of that. There's a lot of portrait where <hes> i love kopech markers so any artists out there know how good kopech markers are. I don't know what y'all pay where you are but here it cost me about eight bucks a marker but it is so fucking worth it. I probably got a couple of easily a couple of grand worth of kopech markers and it's never enough. I'm always buy more. I went into a store one day and i dropped three hundred bucks three hundred and fifteen bucks or some shit on fucking copay markers just because like every color i want this. I want this. I want to use them. You know what i'm talking about. Man you know how easily done it is is to want every fucking color you find but it's so worth it do because the results you get are unlike anything i've ever used and i. I used to be into the paint shit. You know like acrylic paint. I used to love that shit and i still have an appreciation for it but i can't seem to draw myself away from <hes> the kopech markers so i'm so into that shit and i'm going to start doing some more in the near future as well. I have some commissions wants to do. I have some shit for my own personal wall to finish. It's just been hectic and i've been in the gym quite a bit and i you know well fuck. Everybody knows i live in the gym pretty much but i mean i you spend so much time in the gym that you just can't get out of that mindset and get into the art mode what i mean so so it's something that the mood has to be there or else you're just not going to do well and i usually could hammer at about three really big elaborate pieces and and then it just that part of my brain just goes to shit and shuts down burns out and then i can't produce anything fucking worth looking at for a little while it's so you gotta take a break plus. I went camping which you know fucking took time away from the whole art thing but i needed anyway because i'd already been doing so fucking much that that i was burning out so it's kind of like a fucking recharge your batteries but then when i came back it was all about the gym because you know you can't spend like fucking almost a week away from the gym and then you know come home and not go. You have to bust your ass and in this business like you fucking if you don't you know oh you it's gonna show and it's gonna be fucking not good for you because you know this. Is your job man then when you know i also train train people for free and you know if if people are gonna come to you for advice you better fucking look like they want to. You know what i mean because i don't understand personal personal trainers that look like they're so fucking unhealthy and so at a shave. How's someone supposed to come to you for advice on something. You evidently can't can't do for yourself. You know what i mean. I just don't get that so you know it's. I've always said i wouldn't ever take fucking swimming lessons from somebody who's never been in the water. You know what i mean. I would never take skydiving lessons from someone. That's never left the ground. You know fucking you want someone with experience. It's not someone that read a text book and when you see somebody who is way out of shape in there fucking supposed to be your personal trainer it just doesn't do wonders unders for one's fucking motivation. You know what i mean. It's just you know i. I don't agree with it. I don't like it. I think that <hes> it's important into look the way you should if you're going to be a personal trainer but that's just me and so that's why i fucking. I feel like you know for the most part people are ripped ripped off with the expensive fucking personal trainer tabs and she had died. They end up paying for minimal fucking effort half the time. So will i do it for free. I offer free nutrition advice. I fucking. I do everything i can to help people out man. It's fucking important to give back and and i i it's just a passion for me man if somebody wants to fuck and better themselves than if i can help. Why not you know what i mean. I'm happy to do it and i think it's fucking great so people have been responding. I've been getting people joining me from parts of the u._s. Us and everything else and just all over the world man and it's pretty crazy and they come to me for advice or motivation and and i love it you know i'm happy to help out and it's really cool i initially we started doing it just for friends of mine and people that they know that really need the help you need that guidance in that step in the right direction and it ended ended up blowing up where all of a sudden every day there's like people randomly from all different parts of the world kind of joining and asking for advice and it's like okay cool. I'll help whoever man so you know i dig. It and i love helping people out so <hes> i will be back in the gym but i believe tomorrow laura. I will be recording new show to put on the shelf and i'll release it in the near future. I think blue will be back on the show and we'll catch up with her and see how she's been and <hes> have a few guests coming in the near future so i've got a few lined up and it's pretty interesting stuff tough man and it's going to be a pretty eclectic bunch of people <hes>. There's a couple people that wanna talk about horror shit for halloween. Some people that wanna i wanna talk about paranormal things and there's even some people that are in the music industry that are looking to kind of get their name out there a little further than they already have. They've been around for a while now and been doing quite well but they wanna kind of get their name out there a little further and that's fine so i figured why why not you know so. We'll actually have some interesting guests on here to talk about all different subjects. It's going to be a blast in you know how it goes. We're going to talk about it a lot on nonsensical non-sensical bullshit for your fucking amusement you know in a lot of idiotic conversations but if it makes you laugh man it's so worth doing. It's just for for fucking fun. You can't take life so seriously and we're not uptight on this show so our guests are going to be you know entertaining shit and we're gonna have a last. I'm telling you and this shows are only going to get better and you know i think we're starting to kind of get into our fucking flow of things and really figure again this shit out technology wise so i think in the future they're just going to get better and better and you guys beat the judge of that. You know you're the ones that are listening listening to it and i just i. I'm enjoying the process and i hope you guys are digging of my numbers. Don't lie so i guess you are are and i'm just gonna keep trying to put out better work for you each and every time get more interesting guests every time get more guests as much as possible symbol <hes> starting to get a response from people now that they know of the show. They know it exists. They know i'm doing it now and it's just a matter of people's schedules like people are fucking really busy and i get that they don't all have the free time that like you know fucking i do but you know it's not like. I have all that free time. It's like i got shit to do but this is kind of one of the priorities right so you know they don't have that and that's their priorities are nine to five right so you know they fucking do what they can. They have have their responsibilities outside of their job. You know real life shit daily life. It happens you know what i mean but <hes> i really dig that. They're fucking appreciate that. They're making time for me to be on the show and you know to come on the show and in the future i might be on some other people's podcast as well as a guest so we might do a few trade offs here and there on any shows that i really did that. I want to promote. I'll bring him on the show and <hes> if they want me on there then i will gladly sadly if i'm a fan i will jump over do a little crossover and see what's up on their side and <hes>. I think it's going to be good times. I think there's going to be a lot of content and for you guys but i don't want to over saturate the market. I don't wanna put out so much. Shit that you guys just don't have time for it. You know what i mean so we're going to try to keep it on a regular basis where you don't wait too long but we don't want to bombard you. Neither where you have to get caught up and start unless unless you are interested in binging on some shows like i tend to do but sometimes man they just get away from you so much or if somebody posts way way way too much content. Can't you just find it overwhelming and it's hard to catch up and then it's just like you start missing shows and then it's kinda pointless right. It's pointless for me to the shows if people are going to be missing them. It's kinda pointless for me to put shit out there. If you're not gonna get the chance to hear it and burying you with all these shows that you just don't have time for so we're going to keep this simple and just try to keep it to a few days a week if you know possible but right now there's such a demand for it like we're so early in that you know we figure why not stock up on a few shows. If we got something worth doing and <hes> let you guys have a few <unk> at your leisure through right so i think we're going to wrap this up now and <hes> try to keep it a little shorter tonight just because it's gonna be a big day tomorrow and blue shelby back. I do believe and check in with us and we'll see how she's doing and i think it's gonna be fun so you guys. Can you know fuck in check us out when you have the time and be sure to check at the youtube channel and the facebook a page and all the other places man if sound clouds easiest for you by all means <hes> otherwise if your youtube fucking user were available there if you're nineteen user available there spotify whatever you prefer i know some people find it's much easier <hes> for them on spotify defy because they have different devices and things like that where it just makes it a lot more convenient for them. So whatever your preference were there. Google the play stitcher all sorts of craziness man so basically wherever you could possibly find your podcasts were we're probably their all the main ones and even a couple of the more obscure ones just for the fuck of it because somebody's using it so why not right so we're going to wrap this up and and <hes> really appreciate like i said everything man. You guys have been awesome. Feel free to email the show. If you have any kind of topics you'd like to hear about if you wanna be nia guest on the show. Even if you have something to promote something you wanna talk about something you want to get out there some kind of whether it be charity or a project project. You're working on a business. You're starting whatever it may be man. If you've got something to promote i'm more than happy to give back. Bring you on the show and you could call in and you could do whatever's convenient for you. We could do a skype call. We could do whatever and you can get your project out there. Let it be known to the public until until tomorrow man i again you know keep in touch with us man. Let us know what you want on the show and who you want on the show. If there's somebody somebody you'd like to have us on you know talking to then. Let us know. Give us suggestions man. Your inputs always fucking. Thanks again listening to this and we'll catch a moral man have a good one.

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Hunter Hayes

On with Mario Interviews

11:17 min | 5 months ago

Hunter Hayes

"Is on with mario lopez joining me now on zoom. Grammy nominated singer songwriter. Hundred as welcome to the show. Man how are you. I'm great. it's going to be talking with you again. I appreciate the time you got it. You gotta i like your set up right there. See about five guitars in the back. You can just start jamming at any point. You get inspired. Please feel free to jam away serenade. Yeah you go play a play some elevator music or you guys congrats on the new single one hundred. The one that got away but this time you're the one who got away. So what's what's the story behind this one. We all are in a way. I just wanted to flip the phrase. I like to me. The phrases always escape like the one that got away. i appreciate. It sounded like you miss somebody. But i also like i don't know i felt i was in a situation i just. It was big change. It was a big change that i wanted. I needed perspective. I think i was listening perspective. I got so used to something. That wasn't actually good for me. And i needed to see that i needed to see that That change was something that was really really good man In the song just came from a feeling of freedom. I think a enough time it passed almost a year. I guess of me journaling about this topic For me to come to a place where i felt like the one that had gotten away and and and no one was chasing anymore and and And i didn't have as much like fear or negativity. It was all positive it was all I wasn't really looking at the past the way that i'm used to look at the past when i was in the president right and And i just want people to feel that same kind of freedom. I've when they hear the song in a cannot believe. Like i thought people would hear it as like whatever like a breakup on positive. Breakup song empowering brigham song did the the people who shared like just like i was just sitting last light reading comments on youtube on on the video people that have shared their like pass relationship experiences in their stories about breaking free of a bad situations. That just weren't good for them has been unbelievable. i. I'd something. I'd i definitely wasn't prepared for it. But i'm being honest and I sincerely loved. This song has been that for people that it is. It is brought them to that place where they're They're saying that they're free or they're feeling like they're free and that's that's what i really want. That's what this whole albums about. And i love. This is the first song that people were hearing from it. It's great that you can have an impact. Like that. And i can speak from experience about the one that got away and ends up as you get older and you'll realize there's a lot to get away in there all the ones at the time. So that's encouraging that's good to know there's always the one in that point in your life where he's mentioned the video. Where's your video by the way. Is that your car. I wish i so wish honestly video is just an excuse for me to To get to drive the car to be honest with you yet man. I got to drop a replica cobra. In any car geeks out there know that the cobras just such an iconic. And there's it's just so special for me. It's it's one of my dream cars and it's kind of like a vision board thing it's like i got a taste of it and i'm like if i do my job in the next two years like that will be my car at some point But it was fun. I got some film. It out here in california. This whole record feels very California that it's I don't know it. Just there's there's a freedom to it there's an openness to it and it's got a little bit more of a pop sound than country right i mean are are you doing that. purposely to kind of lines With these genres mana. I'd like. I actually have gone through an extensive effort to not do anything like that. Purposefully i think The thing that i had to do is santa bella myself To make whatever kind of music i can make and that i. i guess i'm tennessee. Is i'm influenced by a lot of things. I listened to a lot of things. I don't feel like we live in a particularly genre based world anymore. And i love that. We're making music for moments. you know. We've got platelets for working out. Replayed us for waking up. We got for winding down And as a music maker. i love that challenge. I love the fact. That like i think of an album as It doesn't have to fit on a shelf anymore i just i have. My only job is to make you feel what i'm feeling or did not make you feel what i'm feeling but make something that that expresses those feelings properly and i i. This is the first record. I think you know while blue. The last record was kind of a taste of that for me. It was me jumping into that. But this is really a chance for me to yet to make music without boundaries. So i'm assuming that's what a full album will sound like right. Yeah the album is very. It's very musically adventurous. I've i've had a lot of fun allowing to do things. I think i've you know i haven't put rules on No that's happened. I definitely myself musically in the past work on projects. But this is a this one where i did all the things i was scared to do. And it was It was fun a taught me a lot. You know taught me a lot about like. Don't you know the biggest rule. Don't do anything just for the sake of doing it. Don't like don't make pop track for the of making a pop track sounds Great but make make the the song the way that the song wants to be made under. That sounds really kinda hippie. But i get it on what i believe sure. No that makes a lotta sense hunter. You're the astronaut earlier this year on the masked singer pretty diverse choices right there like we just talked about I like that you appreciate all different genres right there on when you perform eventually again live. Which hopefully is around the corner are you are you what do you what is a set. Look like do you like to mix it up. Do you do covers as well just to kind of keep people on their toes. Yeah i i actually So you know. We finished filming the show. I flew back to nashville that next day. Everything went on lockdown and we were planning shows and i was actually really curious to see what part they astronaut was gonna play in my normal show I'm really proud of that time. It's it's it's funny to me. That i'm so proud it but i think it's because it came at such a moment came at the moment where i was realizing things we just talked about right like i'm allowed to make music a you know in any kind of way and with all influences and being the astronaut kind of allowed me to test that try that without any judge without any fear And yeah i take the live show. I think it's going to have a little bit of everything. And i do think it should have a little bit of a little section of the astronaut had nothing else just for me to cover rick ashley Think that'd be amazing. That's awesome so yeah granted diverse. What my big message. I think on this album and and what i really want to show when we get back on the road. Is this feeling that everyone's welcome you. Know yeah All inclusiveness. I think all my favorite shows have always made me feel that way They've always defied labels and genres. And that's that's one good for you man. Hey is it true that you can play like thirty different instruments. I suppose so. Yeah thing Did you start off piano and everything else. That's what i hear. You can play the piano. You can kind of acclimates everything else or is that just a rumor. That's not a rumor that that that is the right way to do it that way. What was your. What was your first instrument with string instruments. Well i know. I sort of accordion. i'm not priority. No starts accordion right exactly. I don't i don't recommend it as a starting instrument. It's a very complicated instrument and we have it then. I went to string guitar. And i believe that once you can play once you understand guitar you can play anything. Strings mix Piano was just kind of like a. This is so much easier really everything. Everything's laid out. White is complicated so Yeah that all just kind of came from. That's my process. I like spending a lotta time with the music in in building it myself and trying to figure out what i wanted to sound like an you know. There's like you see you can hear the song before it's finished and so my goal is always to get as close to that picture as possible before presented to anybody so i like kind of the challenge of If there's apart. I gotta figure out a play. Yeah it recorded before. I you know. Let anybody here. At how i it. Hey who do people tell you. Look like because. I'm trying to put a finger on it and i'm like he has an interesting question. Get you look like a particular celebrity. Like i used. I mean i don't. I was about to say houston then i realized you would ask me that and i thought i don't answer that question. Use the would now. You gotta tell me i. I don't know that i used to. I don't know how to say this. This feel so weird in every single category like early twenties. I guess like i got A little bit of leo together. I try to. I was kind of leaning towards right now actually. So yeah what do you mean. That's that's legit. I was like he's a little too but might be somebody else. And i'm so grateful to get the lead the interview with infinitely more confidence than i walk. Yeah that's a good thing like a younger like is he is. He looked like a young guy. Figured that was that. I'm usually pretty good at those all right. Listen before i let you go more. Put you on the spot. Quick questions quick answers okay. Let's do it favorite show you binge last year last year. I mean well okay. It's technically last year The queen's gambit song you know all the words to other than your home got Like every nineteen seventy five song ever made a like your style hunter like your style. I love the seventies celebrity crush growing up growing up. I'll we'll emma watson like you know. Yeah went to the harry potter movie. And i was like you know i. I need her someday. There you go dream collab- charon. I like i like have we've crossed paths so many times And i've always wanted to do something with with ed. Sheeran i just. I think he's bees these the greatest Like genres timeless music. Just excellent songwriter. Like captures people's emotions. Sorry this quick. Answer that niger. Who are some of the seventies groups who liked listen to again. Who are some of the seventies bands. You said you like listen to seventies dude like did you say nine hundred seventy five thousand nine hundred seventy five. The band o. You met you that. I literally mild ask. Thought you meant anything from nine hundred like. Yeah like your stuff. Yeah exactly. i'm so. I have a theory that likes something special happened in the seventies musically or like in the world in general great rock. So that's why thought you might be a little bit of an old soul but show many brilliant records in nineteen seventy s great bits. Oh that's funny well. In the meanwhile listened to the one that got away on iheartradio one hundred. Thanks checking in and thank you so much appreciate. It's on are you. Gotta take care with mario lopez.

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466: What Classic Sports Event Would You Like to See in HD? McDavid: As Talented as any Player Ever

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

42:11 min | 4 months ago

466: What Classic Sports Event Would You Like to See in HD? McDavid: As Talented as any Player Ever

"The steve worn projects sports. And whatever everybody welcome to our show. It's one of the world's rare independent podcasts with episodes coming out every single weekday being independent. We say pretty much whatever we want. Thank you for being with us though. We're your hosts. Where are your friends. And we come in peace and the boy started james big shoutout to our latest member. You recall jimmy. Fateh sure listeners. Since day one. So it's nice to have him on board. And i know jimmy. Of course he's he's been a loyal guy since the radio dave. Yeah for sure well. He had to actually had a bunch of neat photos. Remember that we've talked about it before. When wayne gretzky came to the world cup game that was being played at the cdc here in ottawa and we interviewed him for like about an hour. We'll jimmy had a whole bunch of cool photos that he took and he gave me a cd that a few years back which is cool to have. I wanna see those. I'll send them your way all right man all right so stevie you'll be happy to know i've gone with a good o'keefe's foot cream. Ill jeevan y'all yeah. They are for drastically even part of their ad campaign drastically cracked feet. Welcome to our segment. What's jimmy's body doing day. I said i gotta get some of that stuff. Yeah i was. I was just laughing at the at the ad for for horribly unlucky neglected feet. That are gonna fall off you. Don't with a good good o'keefe's for now that's not a recent development either. No it's not no. It's back to that time when we went to get a pedicure for some reason it was some sort of promotion jr. and i were sitting watching yours and watching the things falling off your feet. Terrible the guy compared at the time to watching a waiter in italian restaurants. Giving you the parmesan cheese sprinkled all over your pasta. All it was only it was what feed particles. I know i wish you would have never said that. Because i'm a big fan and when i'm when i'm i'm feeling a little more energetic. Vote making it a little more homemade than than store bought which is easy store-bought bag pasta a jar of sauce and off. You go you know. I'll sometimes chop sausages stevie okay and omega three cheeser stevie nice. Okay so what i do. Is trump up the sausage so add that after. Cook a little mushrooms. Okay so you got the mushroom sausage cheddar cheese okay. A little little bit of that okay. Great but then the the raw brick of parmesan okay. So not the not the not the judge. Not the bottle of it you know. You can buy parmesan cheese. Parmesan not not. That's always handy. Stevie always have that handy for cereal toasted and stuff like that right. If you're gonna put parmesan But every time you've ruined for me because every time we get the raw brick there. You know the brink of parmesan graded on my and my kid. Was you know you wanna see your kids. Steve invite him over for food right so he's doing a last night with my son. And and i'm grading parmesan and all of a sudden. I'm gone on slash wrong. It's just this is bringing me back sitting in a pedicure chair. Yeah steve's steve fault he didn't understand it who share that with your son he. You've ruined pasta forever for your son or at least promise on no. I didn't tell him. I didn't want to tell them because it's because now i thought i would be over it but every time i do. This looks like me grading dry skin off of my feet. Now the other hook steve on that by the way so saw crackle barrel low cheese whatever it is not what. What's what's a normal cheese cheddar cheddar cheese. And then the and then the parmesan okay. When in there and then stevie. A couple dollops steve of the philly cream cheese. Okay yeah yeah mixed in there. So i got the sauces the mushroom and the three cheese. That sounds amazing. Laying off the parmesan the the greatest breadth of parmesan. So i'm big. I'm big anything. That has italian sausage and passed it together. That count me in. You'd be all over me. All i always whip whip over to castro's and get the really high quality italian sausages shirt little bit a little bit of bite to it sometimes. Go hot usually in the medium department and Just hack those up kind of lengthways sorta diagnoses so the nascent. Long a little slack. Good yeah oh yeah. And the town doesn't matter. What the sauces really. It's the same way steve. You've got to cut flowers. did you. At an angle on the stems people so more water can get in there. Got stuff thrown out there today. Anyway i i'll tell you what stevie got me right in right in the kitchen last night watching the highlights watching the sports little. Watch a little australian open. The women's is set up their asaka. serena was trying for twenty four majors right. And she's stuck at twenty three and she got into the semifinal but no soccer kind of rock dover like serena won the first two games like here we go right and then the kid one like seven games in a row or something so she's in the final with another kid brady. Who was a long shot. So i watched some of that. And then the joker in the other the first men's semifinal he her straight-sets So i was watching that steve flipping around watching this sends played last night. One day goes into the next. Yeah they're in the midst of three of three games in four nights and they lost. They play great one of the most balanced games of the entire year. Get another one tonight. Is we record this thursday night. But on wednesday night. They lost two one in toronto. Played very very well though. I say yeah. It looked pretty good The the the oil the oil win last night too. So then i'm going. I always flip over to the golf channel. Stevie on a wednesday night not up with a tournament. That's starting on on the next day thursday at the la open. I think it's called the genesis now. That was the first pro golf term. I ever went to on. The pga was in la when tiger was an amateur. So that brought me back. But then stevie i don't have sort of the the warm up here a little a little analysis of. What's coming up steve. They've started with already. Steve which may be the earnest ever the masters highlights. Oh we're a long way off from that right because we just had it and we're gonna get another one very soon. Yeah i first week of the masters always held the first full week of april. So that's only a month and a half away. I guess so went. Masters highlights all right. That's right get the parmesan cheese. I think i'm over it okay. let's do it. I was thinking about you today. When i came across this rick ashley video and we all have these great moments in golf history european guy and you go back to probably the seventies in your love of it and obviously tv was very different back then but this video came out that somebody somebody's remastered. Nineteen eighty s music video. Rick ashley's never gonna give you up and it's not like it's the nineteen forties video or something like that but it is eighties quality because it was the eighties and recently somebody decided on a remastered. This thing and they made it look exactly four k not just hd but four k and it got me to thinking you know someone like you who are so many wonderful pga memories masters past we wash them from the seventies and they looked like right. How would that look. If you could watch that in you know full blown. Hd here in twenty twenty one to have a copy of that. I mean that'd be super cool. I put it out there on twitter in. Oh if you can have your pick of the litter any old sports moment from the past that you only know in grainy recorded video you could bring it into today's technology and make it high-definition now like what would you choose. Well i'll tell you what when you what happens often on the when we record each morning we we send each other sorta stories right but what what sort of jumps out. Us right You more so you're on sending me three or four different stories that you click on and when i saw this thing i didn't i didn't click on the video. I saw this headline going. You can watch videos now. And they're they're in high. Def rain i went. I sort of blew by. How high def could they possibly make it. And then i looked at the video when you gave me shit and he said well look at the video. I want this. This can't be a remastered thing. It must be modern day that they made it look like it was in the eighties. That's how good it is right. You know what. I mean when i say that like well. Yeah there must addressed up like you know like like a movie that takes place in the seventies but it's shot in twenty twenty right. How do you take twenty one. How did you take thirty thirty five years off face right right anyway. Wow yeah well. i'm going for the well. I'm i'm going for the eighty six masters viking wa the back nine sunday the eighty six masters when jack nicholas makes it charge goes on to win it at at forty six years old yes eighty would have never been in high def so i'd love to see that i'd love to see that. Yeah i'd probably go back to seventy two summit series. I know it's cliche for guys my age. But that's probably where i'd go to because that was the thing about it. I mean i actually have the entire series on video now and And i've watched it before. I'm probably watched it three times over the years but to see it in hd would make all the difference in the world to be able to see things so differently because it was pretty hazy particularly when the series shifted over to moscow it was it was actually crapping out. Like the satellite was crapping out from time to time and he'd missed some of the action so to have that in hd would look amazing. Well whoever came up with the idea assuming this week is the week they launch it that it hasn't been around before now. It looks pretty fresh that this whole idea came up. Y'all come to welcome to whoever. It was stevie. Whoever it was sat around and go. I got an. I got an idea. You know these propeller heads right. Sit around and do all this stuff. You know the kids you know smoking heroin thinking of ideas that they could do and i would what you turn on a no definition into a high def or even better. Yeah it's amazing going. Well if you can go in and then the guy the guy bangs off overnight know sitting there and then the next morning they look at it and they go okay. You don't want this idea is gonna make us seven point eight billion dollars piece of cake man. Not even just i mean sports is because we were sports and whatever here obviously. That's the the context. I brought it into but think about you know your parents wedding or something like that. Just the things you're able to restore potentially moving forward. I mean some people went really old school when i put the pool question like M greg twenty seven on twitter says babe ruth calling a shot in thirty two would have been cool. I'm not sure you're going to get hd end of that one. I think you probably have to be dealing with color to start with but Yeah who knows. Yeah gary t says. New year's eve seventy five red army versus the haves couple of votes for the summit series liam mcguire who i assume would go right to seventy two. He said lads confession. I got my first. hd screen. this past christmas. I love it and all but the games from the past or going forward as long as candida wins. The pints are cold and if we have to rip a place up to leave so be it. Corn y scoring game two and seventy two great in any format berry cape. Bobby orr flying through the air. After his game. Winning goal in nineteen seventy carlton fisk homerun in seventy five and anything with bo jackson. Joe carter walk-off tony gabriel's catch in the grey cup and visually of you guys interviewing him about it would be cool. Well sure sure. I would colombo. Steve would be my pick from the seventies colombo. It like watching. Tv show sure. Oh yeah yeah. yeah peter. Falk man watching colombo it. Be unbelievable for me. It was more of a film right. It's not you know it doesn't have the the video effect but yeah you could certainly touch that up. Quite a bit marco with a k. To close he's a longtime listener as well. Obviously he said taken with a super eight camera shown on a bell and howell projector. I would want one little stevie worn getting the winning hit in the fourteen vanessa. Baseball t-ball championship. Yes i would like that copy as well. Once you're done with it marketer. Sure i well. I wonder if they can. I wonder if they're going to be able to take home movies with the no sound right that that little thing because my dad used to show them once in a while pull out the little developed. How boy that's bringing me back. Good one matrix yup and then you have to feed this thing through. You'd need the hands of a surgeon. Steve okay defeat the film strip through all the wheels on this little home movie projector now. That would be good. I've got one actually. My i came across. When i may have mentioned this before but my became across clearing out. My mom affects a few years ago. All these old makes eight millimeter. I'm not sure exactly what they are. But i wouldn't. I found on gee-gee eight millimeter projector. And exactly what you're talking about. You can spool at through everything and off. We'd go and it was amazing. All i did was take a standard. Dsl our camera shot the the video on the wall and then took dsl our video of it. So i'm sure these people. Whatever they got up to whatever technology they use they could certainly help improve like that kind of thing so pretty interesting stuff. Did ever talk about deepfake to you. The deepfake technology where he can take anybody's face video of somebody's face and stick it on somebody else. It's the craziest creepiest technology offer. I've done it. I've done it. But i think it was this that technology i did a bunch last year. There was like look. I think it's rick raymond The go follows our show. He often puts tweets with doctored up photographs with our faces on jib jab stuff like that. That's yeah right jab jab. that's the one. Yeah some different. Oh yeah this is. This is because when you look at. Jim jabir the stuff that big rick puts their funny and all that but you can tell hits our face that's been stuck into some other thing right but this is like movement you see it's indistinguishable the deepfakes that are out there you can. You can see it like you know well. The adult film industry is having a field day with it. Obviously and there's my favorite actress. Wow that's fantastic anyway. But but you can take anybody's face like video of anybody and put it on someone else and you can't tell it's gonna it's it's one day going to render video evidence Useless in a court of law. Because you'll be able to say no that's a deepfake that wasn't us. I mean it's it's still an expert can distinguish it by getting into the pixels and things right one day. I bet you one day you won't be able to so it's just incredible technology. It's potentially dangerous technology and a little bit as well. i think. i think i've seen a some of it with trump right. They did a bunch of but yes some of his dancing moves and stuff like that where where they did it anyway. That's that's cool. I can have a lot of fun with that anyway before we go. God bless my dad. Because you're talked about super eight movie stevie okay and and this would happen every time. Okay that my dad gave her and gathered around We we've got the we've got the eight millimeter school back from the us to drop it off at the pharmacy. Steve ray and they would send away the kodak instamatic pictures and every time steve. My dad was the okay. I got this. It would never come off okay. It would never come up and the picture that is that is carved into my brain. All the time is some sitting beside the projector watching my dad. We've stuff through all the wheels and then hit start. Or on. Or whatever. And all i i would look over and all that film gathering up inside the thing and crumbling into a ball instead of feeding. Its way up on yeah. I think that happened to everybody in their grade. Class back in the back in the day had some point where the things melts to coming into it wrapping itself around each other inside the inside the inside. The film projector god. That's anyway states. I'm out on the program when we come back. We got lots to get to still. We want to talk a little bit about the connor mcdavid accomplishment. He still seems to me like he's eighteen years old but he's already get five hundred points in the nhl. H elliott kidding me and today's nhl compared to the eighties. We'll get into that story. After these words everyone knows that to get the best price on home and auto insurance you have to shop around but who wants to do that with access to all kinds of insurance markets. Not only can i get you the best price but also make sure that you get full value for your money. Call me jour-jour insurance ontario. Your modern boutique broker. The exclusive value size sale is now on it. 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How about the nhl playing a game alongside lake tahoe. The vistas the beauty the backdrop. Not the kind of thing you can ever do in any normal times because the owners are gonna want fans to be there make some money. Well fans aren't an issue so this game on sunday is going to be played outside at lake tahoe between the flyers and the boston bruins. So that's going to be a pretty cool looking thing Obviously the cameras will be trained on the ice during the game action. But you know you can see them just like okay. Let's zoom out a little bit and we'll look at that backdrop. The first time. I went to the mountains. Have you ever been in the mountains steve. Well you came to edmonton. But i don't. I don't think when just a whirlwind for a couple of days. So i was know i didn't see them out you can't you can't see them from everything but they're only you're only like two and a half hours away to get into jasper from from evidence like a three hour drive only to get right into the town of jasper but you start to see the mountains about half an hour before you get there. First time i saw them was in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight when when my dad was looking after delegation when he was speaker of the house and he this delegation came out to edmonton for the commonwealth games to the newcomb. We'll stadium which was the biggest stadium to i i don't know when the big always built but right around the same time because come wealth holds about seventy thousand people. Big is about one thousand nine hundred seventy six because that was when the olympics occurred. So i assume that was there there. You go rate unveiling. And i know that Commonwealth wasn't that long after seventy eight seventy eight game anyway. We we did that. We took in the commonwealth games. I met wilt chamberlain. He he was there. Commentating on something for someone. I guess basketball. i'd imagine. yeah anyway we went to. We went to the mountains. I'd never been there. I was only sixteen or seventeen years old. I guess. And when i was just knocked out i was just absolutely knocked down as as they came into view driving on a boss or whatever we on and i saw them and i i stopped one. Oh my god look how frequent high these things are you know. How did they come up with that name. Mountains it's insane for you to see it. You're going to be knocked out the first time we ever get to see it so the lake. Tahoe thing i'm assuming it's in the mountains isn't it. Yeah sierra nevada mountains yeah anyway. Super cool super cool. I hope i hope it comes across on tv. If it's high def. Yeah that's right. We can convert it in the future if we need to but yeah it's one of those struggles though for the flyers as a side note is that they've got a big cove outbreak going on the team right now. So they've got some of their stars like closure ru ottawa zone and Yeah cavort check their among seven flyers who've been ruled out for the game so i'm sure they might be a somewhat disappointed. Not be part of something that really will never be replicated because well i guess maybe we could still be in covert could happening in next year but generally speaking you want these outdoor games to be attended by know one hundred thousand people and potentially in football stadium. This is this. is this in all likelihood. This is going to be a one often pretty special thing. Yeah that pesky. I'm being sarcastic here. And i shouldn't be but that pesky kovic thing right You know some of it. Steve and watching austrailia open yesterday. That australia had a five day lockdown in melbourne melbourne during during the tournament during the during the australian open. They just reopened last night. And one of the announcers. I was going really. Do you really think you're in a position to say that where they ended up. She's doing it with With mcenroe not. Not johnny his brother. What's his brother's name. Patrick patrick mcenroe and she went on to say you know they've they've they've succeeded at handling covid here and i went. Ve bats a bit arrogant. Well not only arrogant. But it's going to be totally misleading for the people who are watching television and internet go. Oh okay let's go. Let's let's walk out of the house. I guess you know so. They got to be careful. You know. I gotta be careful what we're doing. Hopefully it won't ruin this thing but it seems now steve. They're having way more trouble right than the first go around with the with. Nhl come back last year. Yeah because there was a bubble situation right. They came back for the playoffs in the playoffs. Only and this year. They've obviously had to leave to travel. There are mitigating the travel with the way the divisions layout who talked about before noelle kennedy. Us border travel obviously staying in your division to minimize travel there as well so They're doing the can but nothing could touch the bubble scenario and it will be interesting to see how they play that once they get through. The playoffs Will they do the playoffs. In a bubble again will they do Maybe the conference finals in a bubble. I think at some point. They'll they'll they'll turn to that. But i mean the meantime It'll be interesting to see how it's all playing out Really interesting nhl story in that. Connor mcdavid already is at five hundred career points. That happened on wednesday against the jets and he ties. Sidney crosby as the eighth fastest player. Nhl history to do it took them three hundred sixty nine career games. Same total sidney crosby needed which is fascinated her wild while. Yeah right Your wayne gretzky is number one. He got there in two hundred thirty four games. Which is absurd. Mario to eighty seven and the no one. No one really close after that peter stassen. He was third with which was despised. The kiwi did that high three twenty two followed by bossi lindros korea trot jay and there is crosby and mcdavid tied at three sixty nine and with those two guys have done. I mean boy. I know it's always an apples and oranges discussion. But you and i are. You know of an age where we can fairly judge this thing because you know we. We saw all the nineteen eighties hockey. It wasn't just a distant memory. Grainy video that we wish would be turned in hd someday We saw it and it was a different brand of hockey and what crosby mcdavid of done is as impressive to me as what anybody a head of them have done because all of those guys did it in a crazy generation where it was way. Looser the goaltending equipment was way smaller. And it's so much harder to score. Now i think so. Kudos to these guys and mcdavid. Yeah fantastic player craig. Button thinks he's going to be a top ten guy when all said and done. I think he already is so. I'm curious why you would why you would say that it. Because i'm i'm sort of knocked over to going. Wait wait a minute. Like i would just think gretzky mario for sure and then it would be sid crosby and connor all those other names in between. It's you're going. You're kidding me. These guys got five hundred points quicker than like staticy host you mentioned stats. Lindros curry trotz. Ya crosby mcdavid after them. Yeah because back then the clutch and grab was alive. And well right you you. You can mall a guy right and they wouldn't call a penalty so now i would think it would have been wide open. You know when that when they stopped doing that steve. You know all those guys who have retired like mary would like wayne said god. If i played in this era where where where you can't clutch and grab you know. I would have got a bunch more points but ironically. It hasn't right. When when when i look at that i it just it. It hasn't happened you know. When you're comparing eras yes for sure when when you do that for sure. That's a that's a vote in favor of the nineteen eighties because there was a lot more clutching and grabbing for sure. That was though when you got a hold of guy. I i would challenge anybody to watch a game tonight and then go back and watch and your choice any game from the nineteen eighties and the space between the nearest defender. In the puck carrier is always so much more and there just wasn't the organization that we have today with coaches having these sublime systems right. It's like like when you don't have the puck in the nineteen eighties. You just kind of milling about. There's not really their strategy but it's not as focused and concentrated as it is today. It's kind of like okay. Whoever's closest to the puck carrier offering trying to get the puck from him today you have this choreography going on k. Jimmy you're going to be the f one of the first four checker in there. You're gonna angle the guy this way to the second guy and i'm gonna come in come along and i'm gonna take away that space further in the middle so he can't pass it across in the third guy's gonna come in and wipe him out if he's still got the puck disorganized. Now everybody's got a game plan and it so much harder to create offense in the barbed wire that set up from that perspective. You're right. there was way more clutching and grabbing and hooking back then but that was only catch the guy and you watch wayne gretzky and he's got much more room than any of today's players have yup. Okay okay. I stand educated. I welcome judgment sif. I welcome judgment and i'm not. I don't have no bias. I love the game today. And i was you know a teenager win. Gretzky's era started. So i mean. I love that area too. That was when i was playing minor hockey. Why wouldn't i love that era. That's me trying to be objective and Anyways why let me gretzky was a i see still the best of all time but I would say that. I'm as impressed with what crosby and mcdavid are doing Compared we're talking about speed to get five hundred piling up the points early on. I'm as impressed with those guys. As i am impressed with anybody in the nineteen eighties. Yeah well here's the other thing about connors. I'm assuming includes any game. Steve playoff games as well for point accumulation here in the notes regular season only yup. Oh it is okay. Okay because there's going to save it if it did. That's that's crazy. Because connor mcdavid hardly plays in the playoffs. But it doesn't okay so it's regular season. He's three hundred. What did take three hundred sixty nine seventy whatever. It was ninety games. I've forgotten already five hundred points in less than four hundred games. So you're getting more than appointed three sixty nine three sixty nine. So you're getting more than a point. A game yeah. That makes you eleven million. Doesn't i gotta say this though. But you're connor mcdavid. And i gotta say your fan base is spoiled rotten to get a guy like that. Yes i remember here in ottawa. We had connor mcdavid on the air. And we're chatting with him and we said you know what do you think you know. 'cause ottawa's terrible. We had him on right. It was still some time left in the season. So what do you think about playing for ottawa. Because it was a chance the sense could get number one overall and he said dream playing an ottawa would be a dream come true and so you know. We are like floating on air for a couple of days. Unfortunately that's when they went on the once of lifetime hamburglar run got into the play offs. And certainly i overall because of that ended up being a total pipedream connor mcdavid. Oil is a get this thing going soon. Because he's got five years left on his contract after this and it sinaia ira if they if they can't get that guy to the playoffs on a more regular basis. That guy is a genius. A hockey freaking genius. Yeah and they're obviously not surrounding improperly. Well a little bit they are you know with with like dry. Seidel right is is is good. The the deal might be a little soft. You know if you're if you're a big forward like that connor might be gone insane can can you get us goaltender so i can make the playoffs right Seeing golf you know. I mean you can't win the stanley. You can't win the stanley cup on on playing regular season games on you know two times a week right you gotta you gotta do it in the playoffs. It's like golf. You can't win a tournament on friday. You know you gotta bring it on the sunday and others have had a tough time bringing it. Yeah we'll think about two thousand six. They went to the cup. Final against carolina lost in game seven. And this is their run since then missed. The playoffs missed the playoffs. Miss the playoffs. You know i'm not going to do this all the way through here. One two three four five six seven seven more times after that. Then they won a series against the sharks and twenty seventeen lost in the second round. Then they missed. The playoffs missed the playoffs. And then they lost the qualifying round to chicago. Who by the way was one of the worst teams that made the playoffs last year. Out of twenty four so that was a big upset. So tell it so. Give me the last jimmy. Connors came on twenty four. As you've been there five years now. I think six because he came in this is sixty or i think okay. Give me give me the last five years there. Where what. They've done playoff wise. They lost. They were upset badly shocking. In fact three one of the hawks this past year before that missed the playoffs miss. The playoffs lost in the second round. Didn't qualify didn't qualify. Okay so if if i was to tell you stevie we're going to give you the two players who are gonna finish or very close to finish one and two in scoring in the league and they're going to be on the same team okay. Everyone would laugh go well. How is that possibly going to happen. You know how are you. what do you mean. Yeah as as if as if they'll ever be a team with with one two in scoring well here here you go. Oh you do well. How many cups too. They have been since that happened. Yeah not so much. Yeah well i mean. We talked so much about individual performance. An individual greatness as fans and media but end of the day it is and will has always been and will always be a team sport not a one to great scores. It's the whole deal. He's got to be there. Your blue line has gotta have four guys who are all studs you get strength down the middle. You've got toughness playoff time. Honestly you know. That's we put way too much emphasis on so many of these guys that are great skill players. They make the highlight reels. The game's not about show ponies. It's about workhorses right right so anyway. It's like i say you looked at it on paper and someone told her that you'll gimme. Gimme the top two scores right okay. We're gonna whistle through the playoffs to the final. Yeah yeah no not necessarily okay. We'll take time out on the show. Big trade in the nfl boy. Twenty sixteen top picks carson wentz a number two and jared goff number one both with new addresses for the coming season. We'll get to that and our final thoughts after these words. I'll reignite your love for driving with a new ford from jim. kaye ford. Get behind the wheel and hit the road in new twenty twenty one model with great features like available ford co-pilot three sixty driving technologies. Hey you'll find. 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Third rounder and twenty two conditional second round pick as i mentioned whence and jared goff the rams quarterback they were one and two in the draft and everybody thought they were all that the next big thing they had some success whence one super bowl now using kind of injury mode because nick foles won the won the super bowl for the eagles. The actual game but wentz was great. All that season and jared goff also went to a super bowl taken on new england and losing in the final so these guys had some success but man did they fall out of favor in a big old hurry both philly and l. a. Ma we should actually call it quits right about now james as we're heading out the door don't forget if you're enjoying the show on a daily basis we do have some monthly memberships for as little as the cost of a bag of bits and bites if share the show that would also be fantastic and helpful. Everything you need to know. Is it steve. W project dot com james lead to you any final thoughts. Yeah stevie. I got myself in trouble again. Yes yes and. I'll refer back to the day. I kind of snapped stevie on air When when Stu was doing a bunch of tweets right right and then we start making fun of me. It's like here's here's with. He was doing these sort of updates of his day right when he did. And listen guy. I love. Stu was great and god bless him for what he's been through and turns out he's been ahead of his time because every radio announcer is doing that now right including including a young. Jim jerome. yeah that's right tweet tweeting right but what. You're dare whatever so anyway. I exploded there one day. You know. Say i don't care if that's kind of started off ya like who cares about your day. Who cares what you're torn down anyways. Tv lost my patients last night because they don't often respond. are weighing in on people's. Let's look at facebook. Okay on their posts. I guess the most do a like or something like that. Or that's cool. You know but little trouble is night. See because i was. I was getting tired of one person. And there's many many who are like this go. They put up a picture steve. Okay right and it's of them right okay. Which or in. And they'll say boy came across this beauty. It's it's one of my favorite pictures of me right right right. And how many people do that. Steve just stumbled over this. You know it's it's a it's another picture and and one of my all time. Favorites boy is bringing me back of me right anyway. I gave it the. Why do you keep putting pictures up of you right. Oh no steve young. Yeah the back. And forth. And i got into it. It's like it. I should have let it go stevie okay. I should've let it go. Because then i hit with well. Well it's not. It's not my favorite dear once in a while. stevie is my point anyway. It would have been fine if i would. Just you know made fun of it in my head instead of taking data and transferring onto tapping mets all rights. 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10 Trivia Questions on What's the Theme?

Trivia With Budds

08:36 min | 4 months ago

10 Trivia Questions on What's the Theme?

"It's ten trivia questions on what's the theme. I'll ask you those questions. You figure out what all the answers have in common. This is trivia with buds renewed. Welcome to another episode of the trivia with buds podcast. I'm your host ryan buds. Thanks for checking out the show planes and catch up. Did not post an episode for a couple of weeks so trying to post a bunch here in a row. And i hope you're ready for a great. What's the theme episode. We have to figure out what all the answers have in common before we get to that. I have a quick five star review to read for my friend. Nighthawk one they left this review on to 721. They said amazing. Show my first ever podcast review. And i couldn't be happier to leave this review for this show as i as a trivia nut. The show is perfect. My whole family now listens to it. Ryan bud is a great guy and as one of his patriot followers. I can tell you. He is amazing to his patriots. He covers so many topics that you will find any topic you want to be challenged on more than likely you'll end up finding many topics and you'll keep coming back for more. Keep up the great work buds. Thank you nighthawk. Oh one that is very very kind of you. And i just saw that today when i checked the old i tunes page so thank you thank you. Thank you for leaving that review. If you wanna leave a review like my friend nighthawk do so and then send me a message. Ryan buds gmail.com. I'll send you some fun swag in the mail as a special. Thank you for taking the time to do that. And if you want to support the show like nighthawk go to patriotdepot dot com slash trivia with buds and see all the different rewards between one and fifty dollars that you can get for helping out this little podcast all right. We're going to jump into ten random questions where you have to figure out what the answers have in common. It's what's the theme and it's right now here. we go all right. What's the theme trivial. Let's see if you could figure out the theme for all these questions. And their answers number one. A two thousand thirteen film starring steve. Carell steve buscemi olivia wilde and jim carey number one. What is that film. it's from two thousand thirteen. It's a film starring. Steve carell st emmy. Olivia wilde and jim carey number one number. Two amid two thousands viral internet memes featured which one eighty seven rick ashley song number two amid thousands viral internet featured which nineteen eighty-seven rick ashley song and number three. Which alice huxley dystopia and science fiction novel was recently adapted into a series streaming on peacock number. Three which eldest huxley dystopian scifi novel was recently adapted into a series streaming on peacock number three and number four which e reality series follows. The life of actor and rapper tracy moral and his wife nicole number four. What in reality series follows the life of actor and rapper tracy morrow and his wife nicole question five jules verne created submarine pilot appears in the novels twenty thousand leagues under the sea and the mysterious island and has been played on stage and screen by omar sharif sir michael caine and surpassed stewart number five and question number six which mel blanc voiced rabbit celebrated his eightieth anniversary twenty twenty number six which mel blanc voiced rabbit celebrated his eightieth animals serie and thousand and twenty and number seven. The simpsons treehouse of horror. Five ends with a musical number about poisonous fog which includes the lyric just one sniff of that fog. And your blank. Blank what are those two words one sniffer that fog and your blank blank three questions to go. And then you'll have to figure out the theme number eight what to word phrase lady gaga used refer to her fans two word phrase does lady gaga used to refer to her fans and number nine one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. Gary numan hit about a particular mode of transportation. A nineteen seventy-nine gary numan hit about a particular mode of transportation and number ten which american british actor is best known for playing detective. Ken hutch hutchins. On the seventies tv series starsky and hutch who played hutch on starsky and hutch. Those are all your questions for. What's the theme. Take a look at those answers you wrote down see if he can come up with a common theme in some way for all of the answers remember. It might not be the entire answer. Might just be a word or two of an individual answer that kind of adds up to the overall theme so keep that in mind. We'll be right back to see how you did in just a second. We are back with the answers to. What's the theme. let's see figure this out number one. Eight two thousand thirteen film. Starring steve carell st lucia me. Olympia wild jim carey. That was the incredible. Burt wonder stone. That was kind of a forgotten movie. I watched it. I remember being very not so good. the incredible. Burt wonder stone number. Two amid thousands viral internet mean featured which nineteen eighty-seven rick athletes song. That was never going to give you up. Never gonna give you up number three. Which aldous huxley dystopian sci fi novel or we talking about on peacock brave new world brave new world and before which in reality series follows a guy named tracy and his wife nicole. Ice loves coco. Ice tea loves cocoa number. Five which jules verne created submarine pilot appears in twenty thousand leagues under the sea. That is captain nemo captain nemo and number six which mel block voiced rabbit celebrated his eightieth anniversary in two thousand twenty bugs. Bunny number. Seventy fog in the treehouse of horror. Five from the simpsons. The lyric says just one sniff of that fog and your inside out inside out and number eight. What two word phrases lady gaga used to refer to her fans little monsters little monsters number nine a gary numan hit about a particular mode of transportation that is cars and number. Ten which american british played hutch on starsky and hutch. That was david soul. And if you look at some key words from all of your answers they were all related to pixar. That's right the incredible. Burt wonder stone was incredible. Never gonna give you up. That was the movie up l. Huxley number three brave new world brave with merita. Ice loves coco great. Movie coco about Day the dead number five. Jules verne captain nemo finding nemo number. Six bugs bunny. A bug's life number seven treehouse of horror inside out. Of course that's the name of the movie and number eight Refers to monsters. Inc number nine gary numan cars stands on its own and the last one. David soul is the newest pixar movie soul so there it is our theme. Hopefully you were able to figure it out. And i hope you get a lot of fun answering those questions. We have one more thing for you. Call the fact of the day in the fact of the day. Today is the first man to urinate on the moon was buzz aldrin shortly after stepping onto the lunar surface. I'd probably pee my pants too. If i was up in space pretty much all alone stepping onto the moon for the first time but that's what he did buzz aldrin. Thank you guys for listening to the show. Thanks for telling a friend about this little podcast and we'll see next. Time for more trivia with buds cheers room.

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Ep 167: Lexi DeeMarie

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

1:05:49 hr | 11 months ago

Ep 167: Lexi DeeMarie

"Well, hello everybody it. Steph in for comedy advice podcast here coming at. Ya with a little intro treat. But I'M GONNA, keep it quick 'cause I know you guys are doing you business. You're on your way you walk walk in here I? Know I know you're walking here so I'm just GonNa keep it brief and sink I have an amazing guests for you guys extraordinary guest. Local. Comic Lexi de Murray and she is a blast. We loved having her on ahead Eric Cam join me as well and we just chuckled it up. I'll tell you what it was like a little chuckle factory with all those. Goggles, I was GONNA say goggles we didn't Gargle. But we did giggle it was so fun I got to learn about Lexi as well, and she is an extraordinary comic she has risen. So quickly to the top here in the local scene, she's a regular at Tempe. Improv, she we talk about how she started to get into comedy the funny story about her gullible mother thinking that she was going to go into another quote unquote profession. So she ended up getting into into stand up, and then she started learning from some of the greats get into that and we get into who she's spoken with what type of great pearls of advice they've given her. And how she's used that taking it to heart and become an awesome comics so I really love her drive and I think she's an extraordinary person and she's going to be on Netflix comedy central somewhere suit. She will be there keep an eye out for a keep an eye out for a new podcast to, and then if you're thinking about Oh, I should support her I want to be one of the cool kids at supporting her before she makes her big break go on over in the show notes there's links, ter- socials follow that be on the lookout for her new podcast when it comes out and just show her some love say hi, follower whatever. In a gentle kind way not a creepy weight and speaking of showing support you guys have been absolutely amazing. I am drenched with your sopping wet support. You have been awesome showering me with reviews. We've got new reviews this week we have new Patriot supporters if you guys want to support me in my dreams head on over to patriotic. I've got the link in the show notes as well for as little as two cents A. Day or two dollars a month. You can be like an angel investor in making this podcast even better better Mike's Joe Rogan quality better video starting with video a cool studio getting better guests marketing all that type of stuff. That'll be thanks to you and what you get in return. Oh, I'm glad you asked a great slew of benefits. You'll get ad free episodes, early releases and bonus content if you get into the top tier. Of Patriotic. So thank you guys, everybody that's done that and thank you to everybody that supported in other ways. Oh, what are some other ways you supporting? You might ask you can go onto where you're listening whether it's apple PODCASTS, stitcher? pod. Chaser leave review over there leave a rating I'll even read it. I get a new one. You know I haven't read them in a while but I. Will start reading the new reviews especially if it's something weighty or something. Funny. So I'll put that. But thank you guys for everyone that's leaving your review subscribing, telling your friends, following us on instagram. It's just made my quarantine special feeling the warmth of all of you guys. You can't come over to my house anymore but show me warmth in these ways that we talked about and we'll be good. Thank you guys, I love you and I can't wait to show this episode to you. So here we go. Comedy. Kinda. PODCAST for death and friend's Dad read statement. Nominee. Was Up. Seven. PODCAST. Hello, everybody and welcome to another beautiful episode of comedy. Advice. PODCAST my name is Stefanie and I will. Stroke. Very small stroke but I'm okay. Now I'm your host joining today my friend good comedian. Eric Hughes. Hey has been doing well, how are you man? Fantastic good. If you've got a nice strong Internet connection, we've all been having trouble at one point or another about Internet connections but we're all I'm seeing everybody coming fluidly here. So this is awesome. Erik, it's great to have you. We're also going to be back. It's great to be back baby. We've also got CAM snead a very funny man and he's got a beautiful backdrop of. The Appalachian Mountain Waterfall Yeah. Whatever you need it to be you know. stickle. It looks like a Bob Ross painting that you bought off. Ebay. Wish. I do wish. One of happy mistakes in that painting, how are you can't? It is that's that's that's how my that's my mind. That's the Bob Ross of my mind. Is they're waterfalls? Is there a white tape strip on it or? Fall. That's the waterfall of A. Waterfall okay. I didn't realize that over the waterfall. Let me get. Cam If you could just pan out of the screen so. Your backdrop that's great. All right inside. Yeah exactly. Thank you for being here. We also have a very, very special guest, an amazing guest a very I'd sick of saying special I feel like I'm just devaluing the word. Awesome. She's an awesome guest. So people remember her as biracial millennial mother. She's a local comedian who also travels from time to time. She's a regular at the Tempe. Improv performs various clubs around the valley and it's Yoon received accolades the comedy store in L. Please everybody. Welcome Lexi de Marie. Let's. Be Here I love how you're screaming and then? Like. Welcome welcome welcome. The one of the Bunch Lexi. Great to have you on here. We practically know nothing about you. So what's your sign? What's your? Let's start with that. Yes I'm very into astrology. Actually I am a PC or. Birthday February twenty. F- Oh Nice Nice can you can you guess which sign I am a? Are you a cap record? Oh No, I'm I am a cancer. WAS GONNA be my next guess a under Jim. I'm on I'm right on the cusp. So I'm not both I guess either or depending on which Zodiac signs were looking at. Were you born February twenty-ninth. Yes. I was born in June twenty-first right on the day of summer where. The seasons change things happen anyway. So we know your sign that explains a lot. Cheaper came. Anyway Lexie let's talk more about you who gives a shit about me and my sites you're a comedian you've been only doing it for about two years and yet you've been able to do some amazing things a regular at the Tempe Improv I've seen some hilarious clips of you online you started to post. I've seen your sets as well at the Tempe Improv. How did you get into comedy in the first place? Well. It's a funny story. So I I've always really. Enjoy people I've always been a people person I've always enjoyed making people laugh. So as long as I can remember, I've always been the crazy one of my group of friends doing insane crazy stuff and I started doing a lot of skits skit comedy videos and junior high in high school and then. After that I kind of just I never thought it would be like an actual job that you can do something like all right time to you know, I, started doing insurance I'm a- I'm a licensed property claims adjuster for homeowners insurance. So that's what I shout out. My actual job is podcast sponsored by. I don't WanNa. Say where I work on here. We'll believe the moving out. So. then. I went through a divorce and I started going through all this stuff and I'm a single mom. So at the time, I was just Kinda like. Going through it you know and then I was talking to my mom one day and I was my mom's really gullible. So I play a lot of jokes honor. So it was like mom like I've really been thinking about lake. Being an escort because I need some extra money and is just like this whole at the time I was a manager at the bank and I was like it's not cutting it. The bank's not cutting it, and she's like you're so much better than Alexis. Would you do that? She's like you should do stand up comedy she's like you can make extra money doing that and you've always really you know like doing funny stuff and you've always I can literally quote any comedy movie ever because I'm a huge movie buff and that was always something that helped me a lot through life to and. I actually I was in dance most of my life violence, the captain he in my senior year for dance team at school. So I already had. Experience performing on stage just in a different way, and I never really thought that doing comedy could be like an actual thing but she's like I forget who she knew but she knew somebody locally. Like. Yeah like. I. Know They get paid sometimes and you know if you need extra money, you can do that. So I was like, okay. So I started researching like all my favorite comedians. Career paths just to Kinda see like how they got there figured out what I really like about them and how can I make that unique to my own then I just wanted to shout out your mom first off because what a bad ass mom to suggest stand up comedy when I've complained to my mom and dad and be like I. Don't have enough money like go deliver papers, become a sandwich artist at subway pick up. Whatever it takes. Shirt escort go right ahead. Read. So anyway. Shout out to your mom. Didn't mean route. So you're looking at the high in the successful Comedians to look at their yeah. Yeah. Just to kind of see like how they got into it, what made them successful? What makes people like them? I just kind of didn't know where to start. So I was just researching a bunch of stuff and then I met Derek. He's a really good local comedian has names Derrick McFarland. So shout McFarland and. So she was a really well established local comedian out the time he had a few show is he was running. So i. kind of picked his brain a bit about you know because I didn't really know how to start writing jokes per se I. Think that's probably the biggest or hardest thing when it comes to starting stand up as how to write in actual set. So he helped me with that and then one day 'cause I was just Kinda, bullshitting around like. I WANNA start but I, don't I'm scared I. Don't know if this is good. I don't know if people are GONNA be offended at a like all the south end. So we went to an open mic and he was like there's a lot of really good season comics that are going to be there and it'll be good for you to like meet them and to just see like an open Mike Environment so I'm like okay. So I go there and I already had a set that I was writing Wasn't what was your mindset when he said that because how I imagine it going to an open mic and being there are a lot of season comics. There is like, Oh, I'm going to play basketball but with Michael Jordan so so what I kind of intimidated as like, oh my gosh you know like this is a big a big thing. And he was like it's so not like that his like comedians are awesome because. Most of us have all been through ally. So we're very open very friendly. He's like if you ever want to go up, they'll be very supportive like we're all really supportive. So it's totally alike, it's GonNa. Be Fine. The Dick, he'll dunk on you. Guys. So. So I went and I just initially thought that I was just going to be watching the show but then he signed me up or The open Mike and they called my name and I was like. Okay he's like he's like now's the time Alexis. What I looked Like do it do it I was like all right. Well, they already called my name I don't WanNa be like a pussy in like all right by like I'm not doing it. So I went up there of I was very nervous. I am so happy that I didn't have any other family your friends there to witness. But I recorded it wasn't as bad as I thought it was going to be I did get one laugh. Like one good laugh from the crowd out of the five minutes that I had. So. Did you have five minutes prepared a written now? I did. So. That that's basically why Derek did did what he did because he's like you're not GonNa do it unless you're forced to do it and you're already ready like you've. GotTa. Take the jump saw sell glad that he did that because then after that night I was just like. I loved it fell in love with it immediately, and we actually went to another open mic right after that and I perform the same set at a different Open Maya Joe's grotto and it's funny because the first. Actual joke that I wrote was about my ex mother in. Toes. And And I actually had that on my instagram. So that was my first solid joke that I wrote. And I formed that night and then I wanted I, performed it again, and it was at Joe's grotto will the funniest thing is by that time I was hammered drunk. On cloud nine I, go to this other. joes grotto to perform the same set, and then when I get off the stage in the crowd was one of my exes brothers which. was. Talking. Like fancy meeting you here. Own. So I just felt like it. All was a sign that islands in the right place at the right time in. This is definitely what I should be doing what the brother think of the joke. He didn't. He didn't really say anything about it. He looked like he wanted to punch me in the face. K. Not so you're. Upset. Yeah Yeah. That's how I know is good. Punch me in the face. Yeah what went really well and I've I've really kind of taken off since then I haven't stopped aside from the pandemic. So it's been great droughts amazing and then I know we're talking about some experience with Mike's then you've also seen you it or at least a lot of clips of you at the Tempe. Improv. So what is it like performing there especially from your first time coming from different Mike's in different environments to like a club. Was that experience? So that was a little bit nerve racking up. I just because I did quite a few open my for a few months until I felt comfortable and confident enough I. Think it was just like two months where I was just going really hard in the open my ex and doing comedy goblets and stuff where I would deal like multiple open mic the same night. So kinda just crammed as much as I could than when I felt ready it might I book show was at Tempe Improv. Kind of been my home club I guess you could say the club by performed the most that. I really love I love it. It's a great stage. They always have a really great audience. There is a really good energy there just because it's such a while established clubs so I'm Mary. I feel lucky that I've been able to perform many times of that I have on not stage. That's really cool. I did watch your first set on Youtube. So. That's the only one I have on youtube right now as I show. Yeah yeah he's. Holding out Patriot honor I don't know what you're doing but. I really liked the first set and I think that one of the things that you really had was confidence where I didn't feel any voice shaking I didn't feel any stuttering or anything you were just Bam Bam Bam joke joke joke and people eat it up. So. Good job. Say They Kill Yeah I'm glad that my first actual show went so well. And I'm I'm glad that I got the reactions that I did. But I think what really helped me with the confidence part of it is like I was saying a bit earlier as I was in Dion. From the time I was three up until eighteen and eyelid. I've done all kinds of dance modern ballet tap point petty anything that you can think of so. Shikaki it's a really crazy CICCHETTI. Sounds like an Italian dish, my grandma used to make. Until Oh. Nice. Yeah. My mom, my mom's. His you should start standing up. Stoop to that escort level. Things, but that's So dancing, you got to choose Oz and was stand up you got the house so. I listened to comfortable. Yeah. I was just really comfortable from dancing of my life on stage. It's obviously a transition being you know a big group of people or even sometimes I would do. So by dancing on stage is so much different than. Being on stage as a comedian being the only person up there because it's like if I fuck up everyone's GonNa know is me Everyone's going to see me you know for help to helped you get used to the idea of performing and just being out there. I kind of helped me that transition to comedies. I feel like it helped me a lot when that are not being nervous aspect of it. Now here's a question. That's sounds great to have you. I've seen some comedians that have integrated. That were musicians that play songs that are funny. You do dancing or do you integrate CICCHETTI. Into your. Dance. I should dot that would be cool. There's so many dancing videos and stuff. Yeah. There's there's this comedian cod caster, her name's Andrea. Andrea Lopez were actually. INSTAGRAM friends and I talked to her quite a bit. But she does really good impressions in she's been doing skits of like a bunch of different vying videos or tick. Tock. Of like dancers dealing like funny dances and show like remake gum like eighties dad says in south. So maybe I could do something like that. Oh, go. That's really cool. So you've been doing standup you've been doing it for two years. You've got a lot of the stage presence and confidence from dancing I know that you were talking a little bit about looking up to some of the comedians that you were finding. That had gotten a lot of success and seeing what they did through that exploration what have been your favorite comedians that you've researched or listen to or on your home mom. Well, one of my favorites as Angela Johnson and I've loved her from her Nail Salon joke on. So I always really loved her work and I actually I got to her and when she came here to perform bed this is me tour I think it was two years ago. I was only a literally just started doing open mic up that time says like super fresh. NCAA. I asked anytime I need a comedian, a bigger comedian I always ask them for advice on. You know what what is is there anything that you can tell me that you wish people told you when you first started doing comedy is making a point to ask them now in. She me some really good advice about being like a female comedian in dealing with. Club owners sometimes who want things in exchange for things in how to handle situations like that and then just kind of threw not losing myself. She says, the most important thing with comedy is a lot of people once they start to get up there they lose themselves they lose. The premise on what they will, how the world, how the World Vietnam, how they want the world to view them and they just. Kinda. Lose sight in that. So she said, don't you know don't ever. Leave sight manner jeopardize yourself as a person for this industry because if you're a good comedian comedian, you're GonNa make it no matter. What kind of thing. Yeah so those yeah, sellers her and then I got to meet Nate Bar Godsey who is another one of my all time favorites in when he was down here I actually got to go to his shows all weekend he gave me Tickets tail and we got to hang out a few times IBM. In, shuffleboard others ask. Story 'cause he performed not stand up live. So we went next door at a copper blues and played some Shuffleboard Darren. Vice Yeah. Yeah. We hung out two different nights for basically the whole time after after his shows the. Remaining by any chance. Hill Lyra Manninger Elsie Manning. Okay because she had a friend that hung out with Naper gutsy and invited her there whatever that's. Out But He's one of my favorite comedians and I still joke with my wife about his his Hammock joke. Yes. I love that joke or the one with ordering a glass of milk from starbucks. One I love that one in. So funny. Yes. But yeah. He gave me really good advice teal. And he actually 'cause I told them because obviously we had a lot of time to talk and I told him I was new unaccommodating awesome for advice and stuff and I. he asked me to send him a video of one of my sites and he would give me feedback on it. So I did and he sent me feedback on it and I was just like Thank guy. He probably young. Security. So I was really excited about one. He's not a stupid Douche bag and he actually took the time to out of his busy life to watch one of my one of my sets get feedback on but also to be able to get feedback from such, a well-established comedian was recalled from. And not was I. Think I was doing it maybe four months at the time. When I met him. He. was just like a he said I have. You know like you were saying I'm natural on stage which is good. He said he liked that I have I always have purpose to my jokes said, he hates Comedians, don't have any purpose in this kind of. yet like one liner isn't just a bunch of stupid stuff there's not any actual meaning to it and my jokes always have meaning to some kind of meeting even if it's not like to learn something but there's always a promissory joke and then he said, really my only problem at the time was I wasn't. Getting to the jokes quick enough. So he was saying that I need I need to record mindsets which was already doing I was already recording on my suds but he said listen for the laughs you know when people laugh and then tried it get to that joke is quick that laugh as quickly as possible and some jokes sought, you need to tell this long story it's like a three minute joke by that in. One Minute. So this is you know that's what how he's. That's what helped him get good at making jokes so that I just started doing that and. It worked really well for me. Well, good for you. I'm definitely not green with envy the you got to talk to and hang out with and get feedback from Bar Godsey but that's amazing. Really happy for you. See comes again because we actually had been I still talk every once in a while. Selfie. Comes down again and I got to see him. I can bring you where can you go hang out with off so you say. You. Me Me too me too right. Yeah me likes. And then you know come to I. Guess No. Okay as long as as long as I can come that's fine. But anyway. So that's awesome. I also wanted to ask. So fucking cool. I also wanted to ask. Quarantine, the L. of the contagious elephant in the room how have you been productive throughout? This period and what have you been doing in lieu of Stan of open mics and shows and things like that to be able to keep. He keep busy or not maybe just been sitting on the couch watching Netflix all the time like me. But yeah, well, there's a Lotta that definitely, there's a lot of netflix's watching and couch potato ing but. It got really old maybe like thirty days in. Rome? Like okay. I've done partying being lazy under sitting here. So like okay. Well, I have always recorded all my set sons I start ed because I like to be able to give back in picks up apart. I started making clips of all my jokes and posting knows posting a view those online. I. It's obviously important if you want Ed start branching out and being a bigger comedian traveling comedian, you have to start posting stuff online. So I started doing that I started. Writing for my own podcast and planning that. ooh. Yeah. So that's been interesting. Aside for manages been, you know gusts hosting on podcast and I wanNA. Start also like A. Cartoon Sitcom. Of. My upbringing. So I've been trying to write an episode so that someone a cartoonist can make the cartoon to it but. I'm just really autistic with that right now or artistic artistic. I'm just I had so many things going through my mind right now the. Big Project in itself and trying to. Get everything organized I guess. That's been keeping busy you Jesus. Wow that's. That about myself for watching all spin offs for Ninety Day fiance. Binge on Netflix every night from like eight to midnight. So don't feel bad I'm getting into I've I've been hearing comedians that are talking about you know you get so bored you watch porn you get in all of these sub genres that don't exist I think it's like that for me with net flicks I'm watching it that I had no idea exists, but there's demand for wear so. Go Ahead Hill Oh. Yeah. Yeah. Have you seen on Dave. The huish shows. The Guy. No I haven't. It's so funny. It's like the Rapper Guy Lil dicky. dicky. Heard some good. That's a funny show I. Love it and I guess I'm Kevin Hart helped him. With, directing or screenwriting or something I it says in the credit. So it's it's a really funny show Oh definitely watch it. Go listeners if you haven't watched at checkout day yeah. there. I'll just. Pile of other things that I'm going to watch instead of do productive things. So that's Watch all of that flicks. I watched most in that flakes. seriously. I'm like ninety percent complete. But I wanted to ask two more questions I think and then we get into the self help portion but was going to ask I know that you said you you have traveled a little bit have you started to get into the touring aspect or gone out of the state and started performing other places obviously the comedy store in La by what's that been like, and then what do your? What do you have planned for the future? Yeah well. I started doing some shows in California closer to before the quarantine started. So like the end of last year slashed January February of this year and then that kind of stopped after that. So I haven't really had a chance to start to Oregon stop especially because there is a lot of clubs that are still closed and not only out, but there is a lot of people who are still afraid to go see the shows. So that's kind of been on a standstill but I've been talking to a lot of different traveling comedians just trying to figure out how to start. Started that train rolling you know once once there's more shows and stuff and making now how to make connections to be able to start going other places so. The most I can from my My House. That's I. think that's what everybody's doing. Everything's on the Internet right now, I got an email from from stand-up live. The other day says, congratulations you just want free tickets to see burt crushers opener. Yeah I got one for Rob Schneider. I think it was for rotary programs. I reached out to. Really Yes. You should have your past that'd be so awesome I'm going to talk to you about it next Monday rob's coming on. Yeah you should come over. Beers. I didn't get a response. So now yeah I heard he's GonNa I. Got I got the same email cam for tickets to see burglarize shirkers openers. trae oh I think it is. He's pretty fucking funny though he. Generate giggles but anyway, I, feel like it's been an awesome time to interview you and talk with you about everything that you've got going on and we are rooting for you. I feel like we can stop the podcast because we've been filled with advice and inspiration. So thank you everybody. Know we're GONNA get this. Get. Into everybody. Hey Stephan here have you ever thought about making a podcast it may seem complicated, but anchor makes it easy. Let me explain it's free that means you don't have to spend any of your hard earned Cheddar get your voice out to the world. It's easy. There are creation tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast from your phone or. Computer anchor will also distribute your podcast for you. So it can be heard on spotify apple podcasts and so much more. You can also make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make a podcast in one place. So what are you waiting for download the free anchor APP or go to anchor DOT FM to get started So we're going to get into the self help portion and we like to start off. With a quote, an inspirational quote. But before we get into ours, we like to ask our guests if they have any inspirational quotes that fill them up in their dark days. Well, this was very hard to decide on for Mike Cloud side kind of picked three, but I'm not GonNa put you through all of them. I'll say my favorite one. Is A. It's a quote that will Farrell used in his commencement speech in two thousand, seventeen of for us. USC I don't know any of you guys saw that video it is literally the most inspiring. Video I've ever seen her speech I've ever seen in that actually something that I will listen to over and over and over to try to get out the, you know the strength to get on stage before I actually started I would I would do the same thing not for just general motivation listened to Steve Jobs at Stanford, his commencement speech Cory Booker's commencement speech at Stanford and always good Neil gaiman and there were Jim Carey Jim Carey has occurred Jim, Carey, I love him I haven't heard his yet so I should like it. It's a delight he is both funny and Very Down Yeah. His so smart. He's so down to earth and he's so talented in even started doing like his own like show too that's on Youtube I. Forget what it's called. But he talks about a lot of really smart south on my damn I didn't know he was that smart but. Right Paints and stuff like he's just extremity. But. Anyway, going back to my quote from barrels commencement speech is he says, you will never know the meaning of success until you learn to give beyond your south and but the unkindness are the true signs of emotional intelligence. So that's one of my favorite quotes of all time. That's amazing. I love those one I live really love those quotes about that because it helps remind my selfish narcissistic asked to think about others besides just myself which I feel like I get. into way too much. So it is really nice to hear that and and it's really cool to to give to others and it. Empathetic and. WanNa be like all right hurry up I just gotTa give to other people so that I can be great apparently at against other people. So I just got to get through that that way. That's. Great Right. Right. Right. Exactly giving. Back to me. Sorry you're going through that back to what? Thank you for sharing that that wonderful quote lexi really. And by the way I've heard you being referred to as Alexis from you is your grandmother and mother. Do you prefer Lexus Lexus Orlando Com well, I prefer Lexi that's my nickname but my legal name is Alexa. For legal purposes, then we'll call you. We'll call you. Are. Everything A. Lexus. Pretty serious job. So I like to try to disconnect from comedy as much as possible as fair night and day insurance adjusting to comedy is like. A huge. Not. A lot of labs concerns adjustment. There's not at all not at all. Oh No. All right. Well, we're GONNA dive into our inspirational quote. This is furnished by not a person not not will Farrell but inspired robot is a robot that uses ai to take some of the wisest words and just mash them together for a beautiful inspirational quote. So. Eric, would you like to read this week quote from Inspire Robot? You got it this week's quote. An organ donor doesn't always know. He's that he's an organ donor that's just how it is. Cheers Christ bleak I. Don't know how reasonable that is unless you're waiting for organs. Then in that case I think it might be incredibly inspirational. Come anytime and This guy just died on the street, but he's got a nice set along. Take those nine, an organ donor but I, think we get away with taking. That's just how it is. I, mean, it's like nature's gifts. I feel. That's the inspiration. Even, though when you die, you still have Oregon's you know. Yeah. It ties into Lexi's quote. Once you go outside yourself, your organs going outside of. Until you learn to give beyond yourself. The. Young adult mean to give you're still giving sometimes. So you're still making a difference. So you're saying I can be famous if I give my kidney I'm just giving myself and then uh Assembly I'm in Oregon Downer says that all my license I don't know what? They want Oregon you've donated. Nine I thought it was funny. I thought like 'cause they put it on your driver's license on the of it. So I thought it's like if you get an car accident and died like all right cool that we cut her open, take any good Oregon's. Potential organ donor like us like down the line organ. Donor Stephanie Not right now. I'm very. Future. The organ donation is closed for business right now but No. Foreseeable. In the long future. That's bad style. Lonzo. When I was younger I don't know if you guys had this but I was afraid of putting organ donor because I felt like and people would be like, Oh, we can kill that guy and. You. Get into an accident and they're like hold on hold on check his wallet first before we say. Yeah Way Way way somebody does for a living. WanNa revive. Smoke he's probably got some good. Good Quality Long Yeah. Yeah God. Like like Oh, he's an organ donor. I guess we'll have to try as hard this time. I didn't think about that. Heart, that theory is very real with me. So I'm still afraid I can't remember if I ended up doing it or not maybe my wife convinced me but I'm very scared that somebody desk you never have somebody that's like, Oh, I could use a kidney. It's like I need it now. So what if they were like, Hey, cousin Phil, could you do the old CICCHETTI and take this guy out? So then I could get. Do they all know whack a mole. So I'm afraid that that might happen and so I, try not to. It's so selfish though I need to think outside myself. That that's actually happened I know I know. Let's see people away from. Actually good. Because when you're dead, you can still help people live. You should have to earn anymore. Yeah. Exactly. Everyone should just automatically automatic sign up. Sin As you get your birth certificate like yeah. It evens the playing field. If everyone's an organ donor, then they'll as likely to save you what if what if they took a piece of your Oregon when you were born it's just. So that's a little part that they could give to somebody else does work. Creepy. After after says, I'll finally be able to build my own `human. For. Every baby. That is every. Sees have you seen that movie the highland at all? No with like the how they have like the robots will not really robots to their leg replicas of all the people in the world like all like the rich people and they get. Yeah. d'appel gainers and they their captain like this world and they use like say like this famous actor gets AIDS is one of them and he needs some body part from his Dabo Ganger in they kill the double Ganger and take their their Oregon's or whatever. So it's like you always have a match. It's a pretty good movie. Yeah Scarlett Johansson An. Awesome Not all real some of them are d'appel gainers. Thought. You had a purpose NOPE WE'RE GONNA kill? Hanson. Joe Hansen. She's in it, but she's real, right? Yeah. She is but she has a d'appel ganger she's the main character. Came, are you worried that she's not a real person in the music? Not Real. Outside of the movie I think she's very real so that the love my life. Nine Hour right anything else to say about that quote I feel very pumped in inspired but. Do we need to donate any any inspiration anyone else? No, we're good. Awesome to be an organ donor if you're not already can save a life don't you selfish still think about it it's not that scariest. All right. All right. Well, I'll think about it. All right. Moving on. We've got a question from Cora. It's our fan, Angela. Thank you. Angela. Says is a coffin inappropriate gift I purchased a coffin for my wife is a birthday gift made from sustainable sources which she loves and she's been crying in wants me to get rid of it. Seems like I can't win I suspect she's cheating. -serily, nailed. Nailed so. When I read that I was like I just picture this poor lady who's like Middle Age who has this like? Very nice coffin sitting in her garage that she's like content by adding. Honey. Degradable Blah Blah. Blah. Free Range and Yes. Fine. You'll love it. You don't want your coffin to be biodegradable right or do you. Yeah you'd be one with the earth you can help. I hope. I hope it's I hope it's a fancy coffin like you said because what if it was like a total just like he the guy went to Home Depot. Got Some. Why would and slapped together in an ashtray large vacuum bag so he can back seal. Wouldn't you on that person? Kill any day now finding out the coffin was for the relationship because it's dead buried, I think I think those guys the relationship should be thriving with this train of thought because he's being prepared and he's thinking ahead and so usually in relationships the my wife she has to remind me to do things because I'm not quite on top of it. So it's like, did you take out the trash? Did you do this? Did you fix up the studio? No, but he's like I'm so on top of a babe, the trash taken out. I've got you a coffin for when you're dead and this all of life I've thought I'll scheduled. It's all good. I've got everything up until you. Until death, do us part. Place. Let's. Do. You think it makes a difference if if the couples like thirty s year old couple versus like what if she's like, Ninety Oh. Does help a lot because I'm picturing like some like mid thirty and that's kind of messed up to. Or early. Nineties I'd be like, Oh that's kind of Nice Dude I was ninety and my wife got me a coffin I would be a little happy because I feel like there'd be a lot of work if you're thirty and your significant other dies, you can lift them and put them into the coffin but it's a case that takes all the. Way. Off The family shoulders when you die because there's a cop and read out here in the camper that we got. Her Mom Do you think. Do you think they'll make a smart coffin. There's smart TVs smart meters it gets like Sirius Satellite Radio. Like, your loved ones can play music to. You visit the grave and you hear the music like bumping from Undergrad. Are you messages. Real underground music. Yeah Oh. You can facetime on. Yeah. I just wanted to check. In. Younger every day. Thing, I use that filter. I just imagine dog years on a decaying grandma. I don't. See. All right. So so million dollar idea smart coffin I like avid get open it up for when it's time to display close it up. Yeah. AIRFRESHENERS in there every once in a while. Oh. That's nice. Yeah. I liked it like lanes glade whatever they call. Yeah well, the one that sprays like the motion centers Oh. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. I think it starts. This is that is that for grandma or is that for you? So you can go on in in the coffin with or sometimes you don't have to worry fell sooner. Would have a anti-theft yeah. There's this. There's a little scream alarm. Spikes come out. Close. Oh, Shit. Spotlights. Death race convert. It's what US millennials will be buried in. Just you see what what would you guys prefer to be buried in? If there's a new futuristic way I mean, we've had cremation I like to be cremated. Yeah. Where would you? Spread and that ocean. Okay. So you've got it figured out am I have a really weird. That's fair basically prices. Air Water. Sign. There's a real scandal. Back. That's amazing. I did not expect to poke pokemon reference this episode, but that's pretty awesome. Millennial. What can I say? pokemon Pisces to times millennial view and also dragon ball zero tolerance in there to this is. Power packed episode. Love it. So so what Lexi cremated spread those ashes into the ocean guys ever thought about being frozen because I feel like. Like Walt Disney. Swanson eggers wife on the old, Batman I. was thinking like Hans Solo. In frozen. Yeah Mr Freezes. Why? Mr. Mr, what is it does this Ongo like I missed a something something on Mr something now all of it. Arnold Sing and Oh. Yeah. But it's to show. It's yeah. Show him in his best browser watching in the Ice Chamber. Shivering they're like. Of, ICICLES coming up their face he's happy like. Single a little didn't. Watch that movie. Live seen all the Batmans, his favorite superhero. I have one I can only handle that one like. Twice I only watched it through their men. I allowed I love Poison Ivy's. What's your? Okay what's your favorite Batman movie that out of all of them do you have one? The first one. The one with Adam. West. Wind Michele Pfeifer as. I I actually I was poison ivy one year for Halloween and I was the old cat woman one year. I. Had like my costume made. On, ed see that's on my instagram. If the guys wanted check it out, it's Pretty Doberman on my daughter was the new age count woman that an hathaway one. Okay. Cool Shit shut your instagram. So everybody can check that out. I am Lexi Demaree, my instagram handle. Cam that was not the right time for plugs I. Don't know what you're doing. You're going well I know that every single person who? Shit I wanNA see that picture. Album. Stay. Costian contest out of our one hundred dollars, gift cards those drake follow me to Halloween night. Drink. Drink view and I don't know you but you can have a drink. Know her but she's buried. Friendly. Is All right. We're going to move on to our next segment and this is celeb- advice. This is where we read an article from a very trustworthy source, and then we give a little bit of advice. So this week's article is from time DOT COM and it's new Internet legend manages to Rick Role Rick Ashley. Now, we're going to get into it but before we do, we like to ask our guests if they can do any celebrity impressions so Lexi can you do any celebrity impressions? I can do feel. So I'll let you pick. I can do cheech from cheech and Chong. I can do lois from family guy I could do share. Or Eddie Murphy from Naughty professor I could do. or His mom? Those are your choices. I vote share. All right. So share. Do you. Got The notes over to God. So. I can't take it. And I don't know that's phenomenal. Singing that same song. For Lowest Griffin. Yes Do you want to try probably eight out. You believe in love. Okay. As Lois. I could even do. It. Oh my God. I can't sing. As good I don't think the lowest. Like I don't same. Awesome. Thank you so much were great cam. Do you have any ones this week? I would like to go mind to hear her Eddie Murphy impression. Okay. That's when I really wanted to hear. The you said he could do his mom and and grandma grandma. Yeah. Okay. So for The month she's like. Clayton I'm going to go and get my colon cleanse. And then the grandma she like Claytus on my talk this not. That is grow. Eric. This Week Not Actually knew because I think Oh, wait no. Yeah. This one's new. I wanted to hear your share though because I thought that the Rick Ashley. So here's what I. Love About Rick Ashley. He looks like he's twelve. But. He's got this deep crazy like modulated sounding voice and share kind of has that too little bit. We're shoe she kinda gets. Deep. But I thought athletes. I. Thought Ric Ashley with scattered along there too so. Here's a little. A little wreck role for you guys. No reason to. You know the rules and so. That's. A it doesn't wo- Farrell deal. Like that on Stepbrothers, I think. That one song. Yeah. What about you Steffan? I don't have any I don't. Well I don't know if you guys are on the episode, right? Did it. I can do since we're singing going to do a mean Tom Long from blink one, eighty two. We do please. Don't waste your time on me, Wolradio the voice. Why? More. We should all star band together. The link share asked Wiz. Live out. Of. So. All right. This is great. We're going to go into the article, Eric would you mind reading this article from Time magazine or Time Dotcom? Sorry. Same shed. Same Difference. New Internet legend managed to Rick Role Rick. The Internet got a new folk hero yesterday. When I read it, user managed to Rick Rick Athlete himself the fun began when Internet favorite eighty s popstar stopped by red it to share an old photo he dug up while spending time at home during Corona virus related lockdowns. After posting a flashback, Bicker Ashley stuck around chat with fans and answer questions while most fans were thrilled to see the singer engaging on the site it was one user known as the Malleable Duck who won the day user proclaimed that they had met Ashley backstage when they were twelve and posted a link presumably to a vote of the two two of them, kicking it at a concert that was not it at all though when Ashley clicked on the link, well, he got was rick rolled as most people who have spent time on the Internet. No Rick Rolling is when a link to some relevant cider information is swapped with the link to Ashley's nineteen eighty-seven single. View rule. The trick was so seamlessly perfect that Ashley had no choice but to applaud it by boasting clap Emoji and then he called out the clever user in his sign off. Oh, saying the malleable duck or I'll do it in his malleable. Salute you. Probably. Have we talked a little more? It was the least he could do for this newly minted. Internet. Legend. Wow This is Great Jerry. I've amazed. Over by. A huge fan of I don't know if you're a huge fan of that song or. I. Love Him. You like rick, roll yourself on purpose probably you know. Myself three times before this Alexa remind me Rick Roll Myself. And then I was exhausted. Dirty like. Yourself, I would hate to have my last name is Ashley. That's I'm just I. wanted to ask. Ashleigh. My Name. Names Ashley that's crazy. Yeah. It probably went through it in high school. But then like he like look at him now you know he's living still relevant he's still. Even most as. What's his first name again, Break Rick Rick. Yeah as soon as you type rake into Google populates Ashley sounds like I'm the first surge pop up on. Google under. Definitely. Feel like Rick Ashley Hassles. They have porn star name Alexis Texas and when I. One of my old job Zales like an inside joke where people would call me Alexis Texas? And I never knew what it meant and then I found out it was a porn. Sorry I'm like what? Command. We thought you WANNA find out because I thought it was like a cool nickname that Ryan. From Texas. Yeah. I'M I'm from North Carolina. So This this Texas I'm like weird. But all right you could call me nine. If you want like, no, you can't call me I know what that is is this. Apparently. Apparently the rumor is the show. Hannah Montana was originally going to be called Alexis Texas until they found. That the porn star, are you serious? So I've heard. Wow. Well. F- Ethel Fun Fatima. Fact. Nice. That's close. That's a show being on forever. Immediately cancelled. When all the kids start googling it. came out on a wrecking ball canceled where you're like. All right. This is getting too graphic for the children. Had any less graphics than the Porn Star. Yeah This last question it's from Yahoo From Fan Paul my twenty five year old son just got a job at an engineering firm and is now discussing moving out in a few months I took out eight thousand dollars of his bank account to stop him from moving, and now there's a court case. How do I use this as an opportunity to get custody of my son back? Early Sweet, child of mine. And they kid is not a kid just declared by twenty five years. Old I. I saw. Samsung. resigned. It was. Like Oh. Man I could get sued for that. What do you mean? He's an adult. What do you mean? No, I'm in charge. I had guard one. Five. Well, she had access to his bank account. They must've had like a shared account when he was really, my dad has my routing and account number. So realistically, he could steal my money if he wanted to. You've moved out already to. Yeah I've been on my own aura like a decade now since nineteen. So. I feel like you can't use this as an excuse to get custody well, obviously because of the reasons that we said. Yeah Ceiling. Let's even if he was a kid I mean like eight let's say this guy is like seventeen still under a still illegally not an adult. But how would you use that? It's just insanity. What did he say he wanted he wanted to prevent him from doing moving now and starting his life at a at a legit just. There's Really, no not a way to stop that. I mean, if you want to not lose your son quote unquote, just make sure you keep a good relationship and he'll still keep in contact with them and invite them out to dinner always offer to buy themselves. Go with the money that you stole. Money. We're trying to get him declared legally insane and you might get the custody of the twenty five. Yeah. Isn't that what they did with Britney Yeah. That yeah. I actually I did a different podcasts about that but free Brittany Movement. Her Dad's tried to like renew conservatory ship. So he's like been dragging her as what they're saying and that's why her instagram videos or so nuts. Yeah. And say crazy thing by he could totally just spike as listerine and. Claim Insanity and get that conservative. I love that. That's. Perfect not ended on so we're going to close up shop. Before with you thank you to everybody listening. Thank you Eric Cam, and thank you Lexie so much for joining us where in Kale where can. Do what did you got going on the YOU WANNA plug. This is the time to just lay it out on the table and in the show notes. Okay You can find me on facebook and instagram book is just CD Emory Elliott side. The E. R. I., E. and on my instagram is I am Life Safety Murray, and then I have a youtube channel which there's only one video there now, which was my first. Show, but there's GonNa, be my I'm starting a podcast and I plan on having video video love that posted on Youtube. So you'll be able to find on my channel, which is also That's amazing. At all in the show notes that people just click click click on over and find. That's awesome. Well. Thank you so much. Thank you again for having me? I had a lot of fun. May sending everyone. Should say, yeah. All right. Well, thank you very much. Everybody. We will talk at you next week.

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The Bad Boys Get Locked Down With the Chantoozies

The Bad Boys

1:11:46 hr | 6 months ago

The Bad Boys Get Locked Down With the Chantoozies

"I've been locked up. They've been real enroll and then they went outside. The bad boys did breakfast radio. And let's face it. They just have too much to side. So the real bad boys aback piss. Funny irreverent polarizing. Bad boys lockdown is the show that looks at the real issues that others don't simply want to talk about with a bunch of hot hitters. That psi it like it is case. They've been there done that and they'll likely get looked up for it. Join shine and andrew van for the bad boys lockdown. Welcome to the bad boys look down. This is. This is the third episode. With angie on it so maybe we should be adding to the well. It'd be nice to be included. But hey you mentioned nine. That's all that matters when just then y- andrew pleased good people. I am good. The sonny's blue. I'm happy sounds the sun is awesome is already. He's probably he's got a couple of couple of What are you drink baltic. He's under the candidate. He probably mainly i. We've got a big show today. We've got the shan tuesay's joining us on the show and four they come on. We noticed that Blues faced has announced the brand new lineup. So they've decided not to do any international access tom. They're doing only. Yeah what why because no one can fly or a bunch of robots. Can you imagine aerosmith for instance in a hotel doing quarantine not. Oh not they would completely trash the hotel right. You'd have to do rowley times chili peppers. They're all highly respectable people. Don't get me wrong but there's almost a A reality tv show already to go. Isn't it it. would it make a fool chain everyone. Yeah so be like you know. Rockstars in lockdown brought to you by drugs and alcohol. You go into time. Names gotta hems high so who do you. reckon Is going to be at Blues fences she year We these asu he's been enhanced. Who else could you think of. I mean if you're thinking of a. I'm a bit disappointed. The shame tuesday's have beaten announce we'll have to bring that up to them will also lay jeans. I know they should be. They should be. We should start a campaign or something test. Sultanas gonna be Arsenal he's going to be there. Which will be fantastic. And ellie zaire. Rod john butler. The cat empire John stevens is going to be there. the living in mossy. I mean what a they've pretty much got everyone who was anyone i. Dc's not going to be. They probably because literally actually see doing it to printer. I might be angels at the red hot summer tour stuff and day rocked it hard. Yeah yeah yeah that would be it would be my obviously not the same near the docks not there but You know still some great songs and if you want sort of a bit more of a country feel about it there is troy. Kesse dial is going to be a at grandma's gonna be there. A lush met him. Couple stuff. Right sand So at blue king brown again be the which is fantastic because they they sort of went on hiatus. now they've come back again so I love i love Blue brand so. I'm looking forward to doing that. I'm going to see if we can. We can get there is a as a show and and just interview as many of these artists as we possibly can boss. We should absolutely in the doors. We can so that lineup is still. There is the names that are on the and the personalities the success. It's just a fantastic fantastic. The big question is is how is barham by going to handle all of them because they at the moment. The people of bahrain by a bitching and moaning carrying unlock a bunch of sawtooth tigers. Because none on these roadworks happening. God forbid pro. I think there's only one writing barham by anyway but The peace because nicole kittens with the crew filming. tv show. I'll be gone by with what's her nine. Melissa mccarthy. thank you very much awesome. So but the people in bahrain by ambition and mining. Because i have to deal with traffic. How are they going to manage with blue face with tens of thousands of people in the business is can bring you buy. Does it brings in massive. If it's i mean he has the places already on the map but look the lineup. Like war would you not want anybody complain about it being on the map. But they've added another road in barra nasa they've the catering for that put another riding as long as you put. The mac is in there. That's you you mentioned. The we dropped the would mcdonald's in bar and by all really. Oh yeah no no no. Because it's too commercial. You will ever see a mcdonald's embarrassed by gaw protests. 'cause i tried and i think the colonel tried. I'm not sure if the colonel was successful getting a neighbor. I know that dr ronald no. He was booted. The idea was booted out of Will insurance torture their ronald mcdonald. Well the whole clan might the makeup or of never trusted. Well we've got the show coming up shortly. Let's play songs. This is he's gonna step on you again. This is the bad boys do it. And thank paper back It welcome back to the boys lockdown and we have coming up the shan. Touze's are going to tell us all about their brand new album that they're releasing love the music do you were you guys a fan of Recast lee and colleague couldn't couldn't get enough of recast liamine water l- agent what a legit and calling maniacal mean she sort of loved water around the world. She's absolutely incredible. What about you andrew. Will you have pain yet. Looked back in the day. Its own way politically correct. No i am. The fan of recasts wasn't really my thing league. The whole locomotion thing. Look i like to cook. She was cute and she looked great. Faruk so talk to me the would frock. Try mardi gras. I'm tom does offer me some. Andrew you've made with queen of the desert road seriously. You sound like something. Like what father cabinet say coke as well and everything what people don't see every time father kevin stands up. He's going to be careful. He's not gonna knock everything title. Well i've got this theory. That the rick ashley and kali minogue are one and the same. Ooh what what makes you think that. Who's real and who's prefabricated. Okay so i can name all so they both with the same producer. Okay so i'm going to play. This is a snippet from Rick esley right past. Everyone knows this is old words for everyone knows we. All we have ovation. So we'll just wait to the chorus because it's really important to. I'm gonna play the same song but who's singing mine carlene carlino. It sounds like kali doesn't it they doing jewett what's going on sales like carly casually come account court figure out. This is going to blow your mind. This is going to blow your mind town. I actually did a little bit of Little bit of audio trickery shifted the pitch of rick ashley's voice to create that second version so that was actually. Rick was actually rick esley singing with a high pitch and he sounded exactly like calling minogue. Thought colleague jumped on board. And then we do on us you so what happens. What happens if we do the other way right so we all know this sun. It's not gonna work gorgeous as a frog so this She's caulking pay. Let's have a listen. I remember the clip cities to you do. This was because he was very good. You could say the video with android right now. He's all in my element okay. Let's call it. Let's shift the pitch. And wow that sounds like ashley. That's amazing did you stumble across this. Wow well using a theory of henna theory for for a while now that possibly possibly one of the two aunt unreal and they've been made up by stocking waterman. Wow so. I thought when we should actually put that question to them because they were there they might have some information that we don't know about they they might in fact. I'm pretty sure one of them went on to like they went onto with one of them. Thank done recast leading. They might have gone to wreak. I might have information. That could be interesting. Yeah so they to say guy. So that's amazing. That's my theory. My theory is get to the bottom of in any way. Well let's ask them before we Catch up with the girls have listened to one of the best. Sounds pretty sure it's on the new collection album. That's coming out. I think the albums called the shane tuesay's collection. That's an original name. Never now with the classic. Never this is which queen of new orleans. You're listening to the bad boys. Lafayette over cajun. Okay and welcome back to the bad boy. He's locked down and we have very special guests on the show today. Avon barbara and ellie fail. Welcome back to the bad boys with the wiggles. They probably make more money. Actually do just quietly worked for the wiggles went from the cockroaches. Two kids kids band. Yeah they realize nine money in. You cheering me so so like you could have followed suit. It could've been you could have been the and i'll tell you what with the with being coming from the shanties to a kids show. You have had all the dads. At the shows say marketing we would have pushed him to the back the front and get where they belong mentioned that i mentioned that as a shanty these kids gig and he had all these dead the frontline he had all these tiny little kids going. I did you know that. I was doing a bit of hunting to have a look for you on on On apple and i came across another bain could the shampoos cold the tuesay's and their albums cold shane tunzi and may have done a photo. That is the same as ala. Jason you and i'm like what their celtic irish band. There obviously being very inspiring boy you. That's right but based on their name one shames. They're really sheet. I mean it's obvious to me. I haven't heard them. Plus nobody's going to be able to do a better than you. Gals can i mean. We sores this. Just a really weird coincidence ellie. I swear to god i'm going to get on my final show you if there's no way they wouldn't have have heard of you. These incidences too much especially if there is a photo. Shoot that replicates. One of your album covers. There's no yeah. Maybe they've got a serious. he's how many crazies. Well oh this four. And they all look relatively similar to. You're going to hit the really uncanny. Yes i do actually. I looked like you taking it to the knicks nine. Do can you run on my god. That's the same album cover isn't it. We've uncovered conspiracy did they. I don't understand. I'm deeply confused. Did they think oh. We can be this and we can no one nine. Because we're in scotland and baby or loses. He's anyone listened to any. Please wasn't really a really popular song. Co willy's old trousers. Are you serious. I'm playing it now. winch only nontraditional bad bonded notch. Nineteen eric warangal black scottish and gaelic music in the nineteen nineties. Well not necessarily loving us and wanting to they just gone. You know what this looks. Kind of good wakened this off versions if that were doing fug versions of which queen from new orleans. Maybe you could go okay. Something here. But i mean sort of the name. The album of the that he had met juror. Something soon like convinced the pug when you take her out for these under the suzy's in this song listing so we've never done some coal another train or we built fires. That's what are we going to have to get online. L. arrived this rumble manager. Who just on dot com you cheerleaders outfit stand took injuries enjoying these white too much in the corner. Five five five mix Well okay next topic you going to blues fest. Let's let's let's just because it's what you lose fist. Unfortunately not at this say one on have you put the application to apply some a think so people just wring out people and before you know it. We're on a plane. I mean i'm really pleased that its australian ecstasy. That's great well. I mean it probably has to be but you know like they announced. It's like some sort of grand idea that only running too strenuous next issues. Like yes you. Yeah but you know. I'm glad they haven't moved given to try and get some x. He is somehow don't have to quarantine they have been boroughs for all sorts of hollywood lady. Stats making films and things and you know. We haven't even been able to go to the front door. Brian mannix day. Then everyone go well then fight of the day. Quite a list of nonstop. The minute i get off is radio show or one more one more thing that you might wanna fight about. Actually it's sundays in daughters and sons and daughters have finally come out with some. Dvd's you know that yes. And i think. I get any money for that. Really not sure. I think because when the original sons endorse contract was written and the one that we all signed beck in nearly yankees all is things like you know. The interweave open places a dvd. Any of that sort of stuff didn't exist still. There was still debating over baiter impel one day. Yeah exactly so. I don't think even in the contract. Because i know when they started to replay it that we tried to you know we went to yeah various tribunals and tried to get some sort of money for being constantly played on fox and all sorts of different channels and it came back sort of going there. Were only sweet little sneaky close. It's like they didn't have to play it in its entirety. Softbank sort of dropped out a couple of they have to play it in its entirety in order for us to get the money but if they just dropped out a couple of sites it wasn't in its entirety. So then you know that's gonna wrap clause in the contract. I mean i don someone told me this. Let says something about you. Know like refers to the moon. It says unite. The we accommodated play that at a even on the moon. I doubt we'll get any money. I mean if someone wanted to be to go and fight that now you could have made a bit of money on the santrac. But then i went and had looked at the soundtrack. there is a santrac percents daughters. And you're not on it. I thought that you'd be you'd be on their singing but instead we get the rat kind of sons and daughters out them and at one point. They asked me if i wanted to sing something on it and i went. Oh yeah maybe a lot of jewish sites and things anyway. I can't remember what happened. Unless i don't think i was particularly boozed and i went found the bit dougie and then so i drank. He can restarted by that stage. I haven't done any i just sung. I hadn't been senators. Hadn't hadn't had musician. I use the term loosely bombing more to the point. I hadn't been a magician site. Yes my did you gave up judy. You could've you could've done a jewish pay phelps. I could talking look at the go to pick your brain on that one. What was running through your. They wouldn't do really looking at blueskypest man. She lost conversation. Still say she's human. She's like anti going to be there and we're not i. I saw any women there on the bill is a serious lack in lots of things like sublime ups big lineups. Have you got any ladies in it. Naive apparently well let's talk about. Let's talk about you. You go is in the in the the music that you guys mike. So slightest notion. We're gonna play that song in a second. But i realize like all this time did not realize that. It was the same song as modesty. Fast heggie listened to by the you know. Just didn't clean drool. The dog just didn't it just didn't connect with zone. That james right and he. He writes several congregate civil songs with a and berry service for the bank for the album. And he that was one that he wrote for us and been quoted and i think he's record. Company will kind of listening to stop and they went this song on. I'll give net shanty these and they went. No it's really good. I think this should be on your next album. In fact i think it should be a single then. He recorded it and he released it as a single. Because in actual fact it probably would have been ou- fifth single if we'd gone off affect first album and then we just win. I can't not worry. Oh good moving on. Thanks for the song anyway but it was actually on our this way. Did the first version of which needed. Because you had a similar thing happened with mariah carey as well. Was that run. It's it's pretty much. Our entire korea. People just shut libraries from grant heap of will be there. It's really fun. We thought this would be really great now. Just you know having tuesday style. We decided to release it. One of those weird things in the universe company decided to release her vision of the same song and because she thinks in that high pitch everyone all dogs. Everybody can hear it. That's the that something. I also probably being mariah carey helped d- came out in the same weight. Everybody and then. Obviously she's mariah carey and radio stations to go. Ooh what have we got here. So they all started to play her version and then some out. And what have we got here. Oh shinji surprisingly we did quite well with it but from adapt point of view considering the kids mariah carey with the said song is now she was probably thinking she was probably thinking. Bloody steel my thunder. Yeah maybe she's gonna get onto us whatever with well. Let's take a listen to slightest notion when we come back we're going to continue our discussion with the shan. Tuesay's you're listening to the bad boys lockdown monologue for on these these guys sir And pisani when some. Oh a shot was a shantung. he's with slightest notion. You're listening to the bad boys locked down and we have a very special guest shan tuesay's quick question if you do allied thing queen style and you had three songs to choose. Which three songs would you sing for the most impact of us We would probably do love one. You wanna be up in your own loss. Maybe one of the more recent months in your answer or maybe on people would probably like the thought of which i have to confess obote always august love that so which brilliant which queen could you on. I'm just high still look at you guys on the back of. I think it was smash hits idea right. It wasn't a bathroom door for yet for and there was a picture. You guys on the back normal life. That's that's when you've you've made it look at it. They look devising sarah. The mazing had the boston on your walls. Resealing world like look the same on the back of the bathroom having made it. it's it's a different least. There's nothing wrong with that. The something to aspire to. Just i mean a lot of people are going to see it in fact this marketing campaign there i think somewhere all the pubs over the country shopping centers stations gay pastas on the back of the doors because well they what else are they going to do. Exactly puffing with andrew andrew need some bad boys posters on the back of the toilet. Doors can't believe that just three mardi gras fashion shoot that you wanted to do in chapter and stuff like that. The oslo chip would it be good is to cut out the is and then look like you put little sort of moving ice arnovitz. Pay the pay not. It's just looks like it is almost having to squat. They having to sort of do that either. Just being lucky begging of there alive remembered remit imprinted on bright for a couple of glory holstein actually l. a. You all very good at marketing. The head of marketing in the marketing department of shantou's said get. This is my marketing office. Kid looks sitting so your mailing older cds. I am look look. I started writing baynes. We've had we had no sales last night. I'm just reading. what's with a midnight. Sales people aren there in new queensland bar. That's roy in black on black louis. Yeah the last time i got completely natalie snows old and bought something on the wing Do you know what it is that. I book wally monoxide. He put to maine coon cats. Les absolutely shit faced my wife and beautiful woman that she is and we. We decided to do it. We ended up calling about one of them and ended up owing to to get here. They're upstairs. I don't know whether you can hear them because the old school cats they They walk like lines so they stumbled floors. They want to learn. What are they coping. Cats the main coon cats the breed itself actually comes from a pot of mine colorado or something like that but they're actually very closely aligned with the norwegian forest cat which is actually based on a snowy talk lipid. You know way too much about that. Omah let's get to when you have a cat like that show lenny. And he's got to them. Yeah they're pretty cool. Oh jeez normal yes. They are because we couldn't dogs. We don't have fences he hit and so we thought we just get big cats. La oh god you lock a deadlocked. That's right that's that's what it called mind because they've got these big lines mine. And behind the minus distinct. Saddle with hair. Harry's really shorter across the top of the shoulders looking by coach makes the main to cat. More placid animals incredibly. They not some grubby. They'll be g line at the guy. Incredible purchase digress. So bob things on a whim when you should faced. Oh my god was planned and then you go shoot vice and it or did you get shit faced sawed. let's just get the next animal. That pops up on my screen and got. It wasn't talking. Oh holy my god. That is a huge cat. Only big big the largest domestic cat breed. Well you and the extra long a little bit. Did you ever remember that. Stephen king there was a stephen king show and the cat was sitting on the person's chest and sucking the life added the person ball though asleep driven. Remember that yeah. He's a imagine that until you all the top topics on the show. Shy away from anything to let only use those woods eliot. I'm really glad let's not shy. Why what are some really cool things you girls who bought. She'd faced by the in fact. I say you can only buy a pair of phases swimsuit. What he let call it quasi talks. You can only buy them. Sheikh best was were. Because if you gone to any changing that horrible of the hit lighting and you gotta by the g. me when you just walk out sobbing going going but if you go drunk you put them you go hi. Rockin slammed down on the counter. They say on that particular pays met four hundred dollars. He yet no worries water. And you've done it on. I probably along those lines not by bit clothes. I've just. I've been like on holiday. Someway and dumb sank thing. This is amazing and then a comeback to australia. And i go. I have no idea why my thinking why again. It's his dress was hit something of aden some girl and rio channels someone not my health so i bought smashed. Have you ever bought crocheted by this. Remember them in the eighties. I had them as a key. Only one should be able to wear them because it just doesn't work right knicks when you're poking through it's just not baffling to get it. Some of them don't know this string bikini crush on sorry. I didn't realize that was this. This was that kind of shut into it. Allnight night on my frozen up front canaries. Just said something and he's going to hang out with the eating by of nanking anyway. Crochet dress ones. Oh and i wore it in the moon parade on a flight sons and daughters the big moon parade. We have here in millburn every year you and poured with rain and of course the dress filled up with water and it went from tiny little hoes. Like that to sort of big calls. And i was. I was a bit like wearing the emperor's new clothes. I was pretty much naked on a flight down. What's not is it a little bit like when you're younger and skinny and you're by yourself. A really nice pair of leggings that have got some little daisies alive with them and then twenty five years later it. They end up by looking like sunflowers takings. Because you 'cause you're also just got bigger and bigger. I've got one big fat sunflower on. You're talking about because you ladies closer gorgeous. Skinny saw some of us have kicked ourselves in shape. Not really. that's probably working from down. Yeah and that's what you'll see when you come to a shanty the gate it like a puppet show a little skinny bodies painted on the top. Libya don't whatever you know i was going to do. I was going to launch a business. And it was gonna be all about highland dancing right. I'll go rhino. Do a highland dancing. Shoot oriel when you can get. These involve exactly. What a perfect choice. See what look seriously. So for those who can't say the show because they listening on the podcast. Of course you get of those visual cues but you see cost them works and the highland dancing happens from the waist down so anyone could. of course that's the part of the marketing ploy to sell millions of them. Good luck with a new gonna sell millions your news agency thinking of doing a highland dancing thing. I was gonna talk to you ladies and use the music to do you think that it would be very nice show now. I think anche has a serious question to ask over here. Is ided raid and correct me from role that you might an appearance on high. It said yes. We might serve rural. What was that like was the experience for you. This same as farrah's watching where it's just chaos all was what. How did they treat you. Will you attacked by plucking doc. Was dickie getting in the way. What was going on. Fee of aims ozzy inappropriate. Yeah all of the above. Well one time we went on and we'll festival bank goes. Mike helps very important and all that sort of stuff. We don't get on my cup. Don in the channel launch as and wants to stop the mica pods got too much these too much that so we have to redo are my capital at the rock. Nifty called then we go out and it was fun it was range but then john blattman would be saying things like air that can she cool and all these if nowadays would be deemed inappropriate and jehan swaying head. To ask him thinking you would have really seen some stuff. What what what are the things were going on. Well there was a lot of that you know you get is sort of gaggy. Not even dead jokes. Just kind of i mean. This sexist is by the deduce. Not even good jokes. You know you you sorta got on here. Whatever but was finding a different era and it was the it was the eighties. When i'm glad it's been corrected somewhat concerned. That wasn't even particularly funny. Well they didn't have highland dancing as a thing did they. You know what that's right. i touch you find. People wanted was a modern fan and it was always fun being on the panels and stuff like that. We were on a lot of those things like red faces in the panel shows and stuff like that. So we're on a lot is in a lot of. There's been a lot that's gone down with guys you know in terms of you've you've had a lot of exposure and and and you know everyone knew everyone in stride yet. Not not that sort of exposure everyone. Everyone knew the tuesay's i mean you were you were in your high dice. Oh big in terms of in the music industry. You know Is it hard nail going back into the music industry and just like almost. It's almost like starting iva right. Sorta if we wanted to start it would be like starting but does that make sense. Should we just. We just really enjoy going out there and getting gigs sometimes and by really enjoy going out there and getting shift funds and we. We enjoy every now and again. Every company is doing a new song and making a bit of a film clip for having a bit of fun as a way to kind of generate a bit of conversation. We're not trying to get on radio and get on the shots. And i don't even know how you do that anymore. It's a different business now. It's just a different sort of thing for us. And it's a different business. But it's different outside Bankrollers heritage. Jack's though it's different for us. Tj dan's my whole sort of the older acts you know. We have an enormous amount of funds. Still and it's right. We we get to a lot of the time we get to our gigs. But we also get to be proud of big lineups. but do you know We'll play places like i don't know the palais in millburn. The in more in sydney. Oh the worries been to philli's eighty two sensed on point and all of those kind of places sorts unites. It's good fun. Yeah we had nause on the show the other day and he does and he does the pub to. I mean you go to a pub to do a little bit of pop work with we do quite a lot of public told me. Also jason geeks. I'm not drinking right but also that you went into the boots beal. What was that like all my son much farm we credentials. We stay another night. We should have organized that but it was really hard because what they actually do flu you all in near in private planes and then flew everyone out and a and there isn't a lot of accommodation it so there wasn't really because we wanted to stay around midnight oil who on the knicks night and they were sorry guys be tricky because we have to sort of get ilah otherwise. We're not going to be able to get your son to be. You're going to have to stay and more nights so that we can get you. Garrett needs to use the room so you have to clear garrett change. I tell me ladies. Can i ask you people who are. Obviously you know you guys go fans all over the country if not all over the world so people look up to you but what do i do you get star struck by. Oh that's their anyone in australia anyway. Interesting the in the industry side of the industry. I mean outside of australia. I've probably anyone. I'm lee rick now we we should talk about that because before you guys came on we were questioning with rick ashley was actually real because if you shift the pitch of his song up never gonna give you up. It sounds like literally dancing gonna wondering got pitched. Yeah this is. This is rick ghastly sounding like carly Doesn't sound like kylie is so in there. That are really really. But so you're saying that he actually is a real person a the you excellently and really telling plays the drums. He plays guitar. He plays by. Economic is a multi instrumentalist. He sings he's got the most incredible range. I didn't know any of this him until we did. Some gigs with him. Anals like cuttings. Really swing to of course. Because you'll never run around desertion. Easy sweet is what psych. What is that. He's just a lovely guy. Really real right. wow and clearly. He's got a good right because he can sing kylie as well. You know exactly never fully heat said before you guys go. Tell us a little bit about the like what. Why did you come together and bring this this new compilation together. And why did you decide to to to release a new new old version. Nothing new simultaneous album code simul cheetahs before cheetah's before but it's all in one spot. Yeah and this is something we've been wanting to do for ages. We kicked going always should put an album together with hits from the office dabney. It's the second album and some of the things. We've done recently user to based off ebb. So we need the kind of a pissed off. Yeah and and. I think everyone's pretty happy with what we've got on. There might be one song that people ours isn't that on. It looks like we forgot about that anyway. But let me do another racing on as an extra bonus extra extra by and then eighty very clever eighty. What did you do the on off down ahead of time on my hands. So i wrote a song and i said hey what are you talking about this and water. We just put on the compilation and make like a bonus track so we did. So what can we never heard before buying a truck go by the album to get so. We can't even play it on the show. You're going to listen to the l. Re recorded it. Just i with pita greg bowman. Who is the guitarist and songwriter. From southern sums knows insanely talented gone. So he just said come so soon as he done the track in soon as we were able to travel outside off five k. radius We went up to a studio. Did it recorded. so it's great. It was really fun. Cd is being crist as we speak. Can i think it'll be here on monday or tuesday and then we'll be feeling all number accent said more awesome and pricing. The matter people before christmas comes on them signed and like that as well. I'll rub them all with your deny i could create a new set of shan tuesay's scripted. Now i'm just sprinkle a little bit of love in the bag and we'll price them would you. Would you like his to give a couple of way to listeners. Specially sorry alec after that description. I thought maybe they'd be some taken could say the faces. I guess what i was thinking a. How does that were days. Not really go my. It's called hot cash. Jewish let anyway. But if you're going to like the entries. Instagram page or the shanties facebook page or the shanti these website or even just to indeed. Good what do you do you go into the page. Wherever and you press on perk. Because that's what you want you wanna poke. And that's the ibarra date through the perk. Now leading the next week noticing. You've only got the cd available because sometimes the do things like we're going to have a special zoom call with you your we're going to take you out for dinner for two hundred dollars. You can have dinner with us. Have you got that. You can have dinner with the nothing. Just bought blind the. What about all of third being heavily on the way that your grandmother i. We talked about the on the streets. Begging we've got a perfectly good day if you wanna to you you. That's if for some reason we need to pay off mortgages something. We'll austat kissing babies up until that point ny. Have you ever thought of running for prime minister show. We're not. You'd think a certain something. Something prime minister's office needs a little bit of sas. That's not the on looking to. I'll put it on the to-do hang on what you're saying at this point. Harry i think allen shipping kiro night. When we'd we'd like a football team going from latin i mean exactly is all you need to do. Is i've been abundance a can't and then you're in look if donald trump can become president scholley. Connie can find out more now cheesy look as always. It's been an absolute pleasure. Heavy you guys on the show. You never ever know where you're going to go with the conversation going to say one down four just end up with. What's that catchphrase key. That's the same shit cheetahs. Oh love it. I love it Thanks guys yeah absolutely match. I think we should definitely one of those allies to dial and on a run for pm. Yes from sticks with you have fun. Thanks for joining us on this show. And we're gonna put all the links for you. That's okay any you guys would welcome back anytime absolutely. I played my definitely. My favorite took our favorite guests for me. Do you know. I once go. Noon fought brian. Medics to join us more. Didn't you many we will help you to ladies. If it gets too much we can ladies little square young use. Wouldn't that be good. Oh my god that it only if you were on his podcast. Just recently law of brian. Yeah and i think you're on with jumper young. Jackie wine them. It's called the lot of brian. dot dot dot mannix. Yes yes because belonged from orlando but anyway maybe he's just being a very naughty boy. Well then grace guys side leaving you Off me. Brian our consciously patch. Well that's it for another week and one wanna loose crazy conversation. That was all it was fantastic. Take great fauna. They think they're going to go back and rename their album. Now same old shit. I'd bought roads. We should have. We should have a Do you know back in the day. I think Dagmara did an album and they owe us to do albums any of the shows that they do albums you know we the bad boys symeou shit simul shit you better guy give it a guy one on one. What a great bunch of ladies. 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Now with More Rick Rolling

Marketing Over Coffee

25:15 min | 2 months ago

Now with More Rick Rolling

"Marketing over coffee with christopher penn and john. Good morning. welcome to marketing over coffee. I'm john wall. Christopher ben and it's so funny we have both ends of the covid spectrum. Here i might have to. We'll see i might put this video out. But i am like approaching. Full on rick ashley hair whereas you obviously have had a haircut probably within the past couple of days so we've got the full covert spectrum. The same thing that was. I had an appointment to get my haircut two weeks ago. The woman who comes over just the whole family does them all in the backyard but she had somebody who tested positive like two days before she came to see us. Oh she was now in quarantine for a week and a half or whatever. So i'm totally rocked in the eighties here. Also totally absurd. Why there's much housekeeping. The i have to ramble about. But it's just weird that it's been like seventy degrees for us. There is one weather model. That has me getting a foot of snow on friday. So we'll see what happens with that but it's so funny because just like everything else on the internet. Now there's the weather reports but actually have the site that i can go to. That is hyper focused on our county and it has an evaluation of the five major storm models and it breaks down totally and they're like no the the model. That's predicting like a foot for you. That's kind of crazy. Old man model that everybody usually all right well enough of all that we actually have some marketing contact to talk about. Surprisingly the big one is you had an article a couple of weeks ago talking about interpret ability versus explain ability. I think this is an important thing when we talk about. Ai and machine learning stuff so if you could lay it on us so think of it this way. There's two different ways to explain. How does what it does interpret ability and explain ability and without digging into getting super tactical. It's like evaluating the quality of restaurant right and there's two ways you can do that you can either taste the food. That's been preparing for you. Go yeah okay. The states like stroganoff right or not quite or the worst case. Wow we don't know what you serve me but that was not offer that's explain ability where you're looking at the outcome and going. Yeah i mean compared to what we were expecting it to be it either. Mitzi murtaza and interpret ability the restaurant equivalent is going and watching the chef. Cook like okay. He just put it in the beef noodles on up. Hey you know you guys tapioca starch instead of wheat and the in the gravy kind of thing you know you you say. This is a gluten free dish. We just used wheat powder inspire so this is clearly not in gluten free dish and the reason why these two things matters because the tech companies in particular really like explain ability because it requires them to do extra work they can say. Oh yeah but it came out tasting fine whereas for the lawyers in particular and the auditors wanted ability. They wanted to look at the code and say okay. Show me step by step. What happened now. Four models and outcomes where there's not high risk stuff like you know. Is this ad gonna perform better than this ad like. Not super super high risk. Explain abilities fine right predicting how much traffic you're gonna get your google analytics count next week. Not super high risk. But when you start doing things like are we building predictive models based on race right. Would you should not be doing Building predictive models based on household income or gender thinks explain ability doesn't cut it and this is where again a lot of companies are starting to find out that law will not be overly friendly to the class action lawsuits will not be super because in a lot of cases to build. An interpretive model requires you to have that equivalent like that observer in the kitchen like hanging out taking up space questioning the chef at every turn and it really slows things down whereas explain ability. Just have the you know the the phantom gourmet check out the end and the reason it matters is because there's a lot of things where actually agree with this approach. Humans in a court of law generally go Innocent until proven guilty right. That's the gold standard whereas machines. I think it's appropriate for us to say guilty until proven innocent. You know to say okay. You have to prove that. You did not discriminate. But it's not the burden is not on me to prove that you did. You have to show me. You did not give me a higher mortgage. Because i'm asian or because i you know a male or because i'm above a certain age and that's why these two concepts really really matter because when you start getting into stuff like mortgages and loan decisions healthcare benefits right and you say well what does have to do with marketing. Well the whole concept of redlining came from the insurance industry from the nineteen thirties. Were there literally pull out a map of the city and draw red lines around. The city. didn't wanna lend fit which unsurprisingly were typically minority areas and in marketing. One of the things we can do is we we decide as marketers where we want to run at right. We can say. I want to show ads in these places when to these kinds of people too. Who are predictive customers. And you can discriminate that way. There's a very famous insurance company. I watched them deliver presentation on their machine. Learning model to calculate you'll likely good customers. Basically customers would never file claims and what they show up was essentially redlining. You guys reinvented redlining by. It's not the human to use the machine that's doing it. And their argument was well. You know there's a a strong correlation between race and income. Yes there is so you have to be able to prove that. Say a black woman and a white woman. Both applying for insurance received the same marketing right. Because if this person that these financially equivalent you've got to be able to demonstrate that they have an equal chance of seeing the marketing if you show it to people who are financially equal except for race seed different marketing than guess. What racist discriminating factor. In that case you're violating the law. We've seen so much stuff over the past couple of years talking about bias and algorithms and so is this the defining line really here is that interpret ability. That is your first step in defeating bias is that is that the first place you go. Is there even some place. Else that helps mitigate bias. First place he goes with the people. You hire Because i'm serious if nobody ever thinks to ask the question than you know. It's not being built the software we think about machine learning. You know it's people in strategy. It's the data and the algorithms the model and then the production deployment and the problem with even a debate about interpret ability versus explain ability. Is that you're thinking about it at the end of the process when you use have been thinking about the hallway through like if you hire people. I'm going to stereotype of here if you look at the average say marketing firm. Pr agency and look up a staff. This a very clear type of person that they hire right at the firm. I used to work at it. Looked like a something. Out of like silverstone's movie clueless. Right is all twenty. Something women as it goes. Eighty five percents of the staff and all predominantly caucasian offer middle upper income backgrounds and one of the challenges. You get when you hire a homogeneous group any margins group of people is that you get a modulus mindset. Don't think about other types of discrimination. Because you're you literally don't see it on a day-to-day basis so you people's where you start and then you have to spend a lot of time with your data to look at data and say are their biases built into this data. There's some really good tools out there. Google has its pear laboratory the what if tester ibm has fairness three sixty toolkit which is like nine different tests on your data and you can run through his day and say like yeah there's already biases in here and so the question then is do you want to mitigate them front Do i try and mitigate them in the algorithm and so on so forth but the people is where you start. If you don't have people who can think hey this might not be a good idea or the number one question is the question always asking any project is what could go wrong. So many projects no. Let's just push it through and get it done. The there's a bunch of stuff we can kick around with this before we do. We just have to take a moment to stack. Adapt for their support of marketing. Over coffee stack. Adapt is the highest performing programmatic. Advertising platform offering a multi channel solution for native display video connected tv and audio ads with access to all the major exchanges and more than fifty thousand publishers stack adapt offers robust targeting and measurement capabilities for independent looking to accelerate campaign performance and customer acquisition. If you're looking to elevate your digital ad campaigns with cutting edge technology and machine learning learn more at stack adapt dot com. We'll have a link to them in the show notes so you can check that out but we've worked with them forever. We just had our interview with tally. You can go check that out if you want to understand more about how it works. And how they've opened up to a bunch of new channels in the network and again we thank them for their support of the show. I saw in e email earlier today from google saying hey our attribution models and google. Ads have changed. We are now adding in youtube for example into the attribution models into the ball touch models. I thought that was really interesting because it is to me. One of the first chess moves in them saying okay. We know third party. Cookies are going away so We're gonna add all of our properties into the attribution models to encourage you to stay within the google ecosystem. That's so funny. You mentioned that. Because i had the same thing over the weekend i had google maps pigmy about you know it was something like hey. Are you going over here to do this or whatever and i was like. I don't need that from google maps get enough notifications. I'm good but like you said. This is tightening of the walled garden. Yeah they really have kind of gone full circle from you know is just about pointing you to where you need it to go and now it's about keeping you inside the the whole thing well and that's the way we had another piece on tightening stuff down to discord. Has they're not safe for work. Server designations and apple is now keeping a close eye on that so people are not able to get to certain discord servers if they haven't proven their age and their and their this is i mean for me. It's kind of the classic. I this is good to see. It seems like this has happened earlier for them that it has for other networks doing a better job of keeping these communities in line and legal. You're heavier discord. Use than i am too. I mean what. What's the inside. Take on that. It depends depends so discord is one that will apply designation to the server. Although a server admin can voluntarily apply it to themselves and obviously if you're in the ios app then it will say we can't access the server the challenge for that is that is saying it will not permit you to access the surreal regardless of your age on iphone which is bad because every server can specify like you have nsf w channels the things food eight us eighteen and up and there has to be a verification process of some kind for service to do that. But this is it's it's interesting because on the one hand it is definitely being imposed by apple not by discord itself but on the other hand we did see that microsoft was one of several companies in the running. Biking a bid to try and by dischord something to the tune about ten billion dollars and so Like we saw what happened with tumbler. when it was for acquisition. You know a lot of trying to clear out a lot of the Alternative conto to the adult content Out to make it more appealing acquisitions. So it could be one of several things or multiple things going on at the same time either way. Most people who are running. Like you know knitting dischord service are robbery. Going to be okay If you were in any adult communities you'll still be able to access than through the desktop app. Android would just not be able to access them on apple devices which i would also not be surprised if either folks moved to a cell hosted platform matter most for example if they wanted to go that route so tax it gets. Well now see. I thought i was just presuming that. If you had your iphone setup with eighteen and over that was still work. I didn't realize that it's shut off all circumstances. So yeah that's that's very interesting. That is those. Are the two kingdoms clashing over that so really interesting to see where that goes and yet you mission that microsoft looking at discord. I saw a random article that twitter at one point was in discussions for clubhouse at some insane valuation and i. I don't know if i even by that. that happened. so it made for an interesting story. And i'm sure it probably got a lot of ground but i. That's a short during stories like that around because it's like okay. So the valuation was huge. That's interesting but then it's like well but the deal fell through. It's not going through so let's start with that. I think there's a lot of. There's a lot of money floating around the market right now because investors have not had a whole lot of excitement and as a result. I think there's probably a lot of speculation you know it. Look at all these crazy. Cryptocurrency is that people are rolling out like you know everybody in their cousins. Got their crypto coin. And thanks because what have you had your spend your money in the last year and change right. Can't convocation clyde october. I think big want to people come to that so you you've basically bought food digital entertainment and that's it alcohol. Yeah right right. Even 'cause we've got a car that's on. Its last legs no point on buying a car now. I mean they're making way in the next couple of weeks where i'm like. Maybe i should just buy because things may really surge when people start driving again in six months but yeah not like you said. There's a lot of free cash flow on well. Actually you had mentioned The federal reserve talking about what's going on with the rebound. But before we do that we also just have to think terminus for their support of the show terminus helps marketing sales and customer success teams achieve efficient revenue growth. What does that exactly mean. Well in today's crazy digital world. There's more noise than ever to compete with terminus. Helps you get in front of your most important accounts with the right message. Their platform offers the most data most channels and most analytics all in one platform so these teams can identify market to sell to and retain their most important accounts you can find out more at terminus dot com. That's t. e. r. us dot com slash mo and. yeah in twenty twenty alone terminus customer. So three hundred thirty percent sixty percent more meetings booked and a forty percent decrease in acquisition cost to see how terminus can help you grow revenue. Check it out over at terminus dot com slash embassy and we thank them for their support of the show. Yeah before we got on the showers. Joking that in my previous life as an economist for me not to know the name of the chairman of the fed would be beaten by co workers. But do you mentioned that. There's news from him and and their stuff going on. Yeah so explain it to lost me. Jerome powell was on cbs's sixty minutes this past weekend saying at the current pace of vaccinations and things. Are you saying the second. Half of the twenty twenty one looks really good In terms of any economic resurgence back that in the united states. I apologize for the folks who oversees the this particular is. Us only were vaccinate. Four point seven million people per day. a crazy even with the setback with the jj vaccine Those last couple of weeks twenty five percent of all the vaccinations are happening We're just cranking out like crazy. And so for those com countries where the vaccine is available and citizens are committing. The crazy ones to take the vaccine. It's looking really good for a strong. Certainly a strong Twenty twenty two but very likely a strong second half of this year. So i mean when we look at for example the travel data the tsa. They have a measure of how many people are going through airports every single day going through. Tsa the numbers coming up up up so Advice we give to everybody. Is you know be monitoring allow the macro data and as the data increases expect economic activity increase costs to increase on some things especially travel and hospitality if you survived the last year You had better be prepared for overwhelming success. The second half the because you're gonna be so busy your hair will be on fire and then for everybody else who is attached to lobby. Industries took a really hard hit. It's going to be kind of like it. What happens after forest. Fires got a lot of new growth so trying to figure out. How do you work around this like yeah. A lot of restaurants have gone out of business and things like that but the demand for those. We'll be back and somebody's got to fill the gap. So if you're an existing franchise survive congratulations but then no plans success. And obviously expect to see a lot of new investment in the last fourteen months the us government has created out of thin air six trillion. Extra dollars right. We were at fourteen mile eight trillion rebel fourteen trillion dollars and in money that exists. That's a lot of cash to be floating around looking for a home. So crypto currency coins. And you know. Nafta crazy things that people who are doing will give way to. Hey we want to invest in a new place a new sushi place you know a cruise company that You know that doesn't have eight million. People do cramped like sardines on it chip but the advice. We were telling you all of our marketing frances. Be watching. we're watching very carefully all these trends. That are happening a lot. Moving a lot to go on with Have a link to an article. Ginny dietrich has a piece on compassion based communications which i thought was really interesting. It basically is just talking about being more mindful of what your spring out to your customers and the example that hit home for me was. We've got mothers day right around the corner. Well if you do a mailing. Now saying hey. Do you want to receive. Mother related communications. Then you're not going to cause trouble with the section of your customer base whose mom has already passed away or mentioning. Her name invokes ir and so staying a step ahead and being more showing a little more empathy can really make your marketing more effective in and do better stuff and i thought that was a great message even just to get out there to think a little bit more about what you're doing as far as your messaging yelich. Today i got my pitch Got a pitch for a guest. Someone would come on the show and they talked to us all about podcast advertising and i thought you know. We've probably got that one covered. I think we're good so we need to do a show at some point. Just a horrendous like the top ten most horrendous off target pitches we received well the ones that get me the kill me are the bold faced lie ones of ahead one two weeks ago that was like oh to win so and so was on the show and i went back and search. We've been around a long time. But i do know that that person's never been on the show so thank you were talking about and who there was another one. Congratulations on reaching episode. One hundred buddy. That was like eight years ago. I don't know where the hell you been. That's not us so yeah we should pray. Do i should probably do like a. I should just take notes of the horrendous ones. And when i get to a top ten or top twenty names. Yeah yeah. Exactly the worst of the worst on the hardware side. Yes so funny talking about the economy surging so for some reason i just decided to buy two thousand dollars in audio gear and other stuff around the office. It's the one. I'm almost rated report on. Our earbuds have been testing everything from jabra to sony. To bows to sure and the winner right now. The short version is the jabra. They're seventy five and eighty five fantastic here. But so that's cool. And then seth godin had this article about setting up your teleprompter and you could do it all for about three hundred bucks so i bit the bullet and got all the stuff but now there's just like these cardboard boxes in here that at some point i need to unload and figure out how to do that was recording a video a couple of weeks ago and it was just it took me like fifteen takes you know because i didn't want to have to edit the video i just wanted to do one take guy maybe i do need to look at this teleprompter the set up to see if it would work but i don't know now i need to build like this whole huge thing on my desk make it work know the jury is still out on that and there's the question of like okay so do i set up like another part of the office like the camera is i don't know if i need all that. Have your smartphone laying down. Got forty five degrees glass angle and and the app kind of goes through it. Yeah it's it takes full on monitor. There's a raspberry pi ten inch monitor. So it's kinda like one of these ones that people use for digital video to to keep track of what you're actually shooting and so yeah that thing goes in there. There's the mirror on it and the camera sits behind it and shoots the mirror. And so i guess i can push anything to the display which i could have for powerpoint decorate. You could have the user notes on the teleprompter instead of down on the desk but so then of course you open up the doors box. It's like okay. Well the cameras. Pretty good. But i can probably get a better camera and you know it. Just the price tag keeps growing but the one thing with everything that's gone on this year. I don't see myself doing any less. Zoom meetings video calls. It's not there will be some travel. But i think people are going to travel as more luxury and a nice to have or for big huge deals and most of the stuff that you'd normally hop on a plane for is probably going to be done via the online. So yeah the only piece of gear. I'm waiting for is the new sixteen inch macbook. That has the the enhanced and one chips. Just because i've seen everything i've seen so formats on them absolutely insane and given us how much machine learning and data crunching i do. I need every bit of processor power. I can get some days. You know my fans going full blast over here. You got this frying pan with the eggs. Go full tilt. This is something we've never mentioned on the show but people should know that when you buy apple products they will actually recycle everything for free. And so yeah. It's just this weekend i went. I had a bag with a full-on twenty one inch mac. Mac mini mac air and four. Iphones go k. Lockdown loosened up. Enough that i can drop this box on your here. You go got rid of all the junk. And i was there. Will the m one books come out in the fall. And i don't even know why bother to ask. He's like well you know we don't know anything about what. Yeah that's fine because he. I'm waiting for the same thing my book errors. I normally would have replaced it about eight months ago. But i knew this was coming so i've sat on it right now. Yeah and actually. Apple's got an event the twentieth so that will come up right after the show drops. So you'll check that out. The story i got was that macrumors found out about this early because they ask siri siri next apple event in april twentieth. And this was before anything was announced. So that was kinda cool. So now there's somebody up here has just ask siri everyday as part of their job. And there's somebody over at apple okay close the integrated the slack integration to steer you doing knowing what's going on but i thought that was good. Yeah we've got collision is going to be happening up in canada. We may have a chance to set up a couple of guests with that. So i'm looking forward to that. What's up for virtual events i think. Sms is running this week. But we're not doing anything with that. Do you have anything on. Content tech summit will be end of april doing stuff with that e commerce marketing summit in may at the hired web analytics summit april got a few events coming up all of them virtual stuff so no surprise there. I don't see anything happening in personal fall. But i think you know in the the wealthier countries you can you start seeing events going back probably lake you early q. Four it'll be dependent. On what insurance companies say insurance company. So yeah there's enough vaccine around now. That the onus of responsibility is on the attendee and not the event. Then it'll be safe for them because you know we'll close down events for influenza even though it is still a fairly deadly disease because there is the option for people to get flu shots once cohen. Vaccines freely available to everybody if you show opening bet without one. That's your fault that's your. That's your move. There's a reason why none of the kids we grew up with had measles mumps rubella polio laundry of sixty five other things so go get your shots if he can and that'll do it for this week so until next week. Enjoy the coffee in the coffee. You've been listening to marketing over coffee. Christopher penn logs at christopher s dot com read more from john jay at j w fifty one fifty dot com. The marketing over coffee theme song is called mellow g by funk masters and you can find it. Easy callie for matviyenko. Follow the link in our show notes.

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Working Memory

The Pulse

48:32 min | 1 year ago

Working Memory

"Major funding for the pulses provided by leadership. Gift from the Sutherland family. The Sutherland support. Whyy and its commitment to the production of programs that improve our quality of life. This is the pulse stories about the people and places at the heart of Health and science. I'm Mike and Scott. Think about all of the information that's stored in your brain. My name is my name is Kevin Birth. I can remember millions of details about you your life your job acts. You've learned landscapes you've seen meals. You enjoyed something. Called Assad riches like Indian pickle. We would walk outside. I can remember coconut crab. Hunting late at night is sh mcteer pair. Maybe to run sleep is a homeopathic process. Nineteen seventy two thousand car with my dad. My parents separated from goes into our Safa gifts. I particularly remember this morning. I had oats and egg. What do we remember? What do we forget? Today's episode is about memory. How we store all of this information and where it lives. I define memory as any Change that happens that brain with experience. That's Michael Jasa. He's a professor of neurobiology at the University of California Irvine so his broadest definition of memory. Is this anything that you do and experience from eating oatmeal in the morning to learning a new language or getting married the brain has a record of it and that constitutes memory is our memory capacity limited. Though sometimes I think of my brain as this hard drive and I have to delete something if I wanNA store something new. Yeah so there. Is this interesting analogy. That has been Used in the past when people talk about memory they talk about it as a as a library with a finite amount of space on shelves. And if you need to pack more books into that library or on that shelf you need to clear out. Some of the old ones to make space for the new ones turns out that. There's not really a good basis for that. Actually our capacity is is not as limited as we might think it is. We have tremendous machinery in the brain to keep storing many many more memories than we will ever Experience in a lifetime but Michael says sometimes we get distracted or tired not focused and we don't retain details but it's not because of limited space. What do we know about where memory lives in the brain and how that process even functions? Yeah so this is a search that has gone on for probably about seven or eight decades easily for people to look at where in the brain are memories stored and some of the initial experiments were very simple? They went in animals and lesions or took out surgically different parts of the brain and asked what is the impact that that might have on memory. Now the answer was Quite surprising turned out that everywhere that the lesions had an effect on memory so the conclusion from those early experiments that memory is impossible. Just didn't make any sense. The more researchers looked into this the more they found that memory is distributed throughout the brain different regions. Serve different functions. So the hippocampus is one. You might have heard about in the past but memories. Don't actually live in the hippocampus. The hippocampus is just a gateway that allows us to store those memories. And if we lose the hippocampus we lose the ability to store those memories but in the long run those memories end up getting stored throughout the brain. They're very much distributed representations in the brain and stored as what? Yeah that's another great question. Probably when I say it it almost sounds mysterious. Like what is the storage mechanism and it to our best guest today. We believe that memories are stored in the connections between brain cells. Or what we call synapses and when you haven't an experience that activates a certain number of those brain cells the wiring between them get strengthened so the ability by which they're able to communicate with one another through synapses is strengthened and that strengthened representation is where we think that memory quote unquote lives. Michael says from an evolutionary perspective. Our memory helps keep our species alive. So you can imagine if we made a decision that was detrimental to our survival like an from an evolutionary standpoint. You can say eating poisonous Berry If we did that once and got sick from it and we remembered we probably would not do it again but if we had no memory we would keep doing it over and over obviously much to our detriment and we need our memory for learning. From the time we're bored it allows us to figure things out like when I tossed this toy on the floor. The big person over there picks it up when I experienced discomfort. I have to yell and scream until somebody helps me the basics but while we rely heavily on our memory during those early years. We don't seem to remember that time in our lives at all. Why is that? Do those early memories. Even matter jets? Lehman looked into that the story. You're about to hear I've heard easily a thousand times. It's my mom's favorite story about me when I was little involves these tiny toy. Cars might machine to machine micro machine. I called her up. Its micro machine. She says my uncle Ahmed would bring me loads of these things. Got Him from work at Fort Company. This is in Detroit and Detroit's maybe a year and a half to three years old and you alone them. I lived a simple life than all that time to play with them to sit on the couch eating chips and counting the cost on the highway. What's going on coming? According to my mom I would have one of these tiny cars in my hand at all times without that friend. A best would stay with us. On visits to Detroit. He'd have to crash with me had only a small apartment so he really sleep in your room. Invariably I'd wear myself out watching highway traffic eating chips and fall asleep with one of these toy cars in my hand. And every time I woke up it would be gone and three-year-old me demanded that a best had to get up and helped me look even in the middle of the night away. Came up at night. You want you want that cost at last. But you'd have if it doesn't know which one you throw it in his face and keep delegates this is it. This is it. I apparently expected a best to know which one I wanted without. Giving them any clues no make no model he would look at of course and keeps giving you one because the other one which we don't know which one but you know in this story ahead toys. I liked things I like doing. I even had something like a personality kind of Bratty one but the thing is I don't remember any of this. My earliest memories. Don't start until after kindergarten when my mom tells me these older stories. It's weird almost like she's talking about a stranger. This is because of Childhood Amnesia. It's something we all go through. Emory University Memory Researcher Patricia. Bauer has studied this type of forgetting for years and she tells me it baffled. Psychologists basically forever you know they. They called it for many many years. The mystery of Childhood Amnesia and so it went until researchers finally had the bright idea of asking kids what they remembered. So obvious. Isn't it. It's so obvious but yet we didn't do it for years and years and years for a long time serious. Scientists didn't think toddlers under three even formed memories at least not in the same way older kids and adults do that as soon as we started examining in childhood and we started to see that yes children for memories yes children remained retain them and yes they forget them just like adults just a little bit faster. Well actually a lot faster. Patricia and her team found three year olds could recall something that happened to them when they were say eighteen months old and they found if they ask them again at ages between five and seven. Most of the earliest stuff was still there. But then after that there's the steep drop by eight nine. Most of it is gone. Certainly they didn't forget everything from past. You know they if they're not just like a completely wiped clean slate. You still have of course your memories of your family. You know where you live. You know a lot of information. You still no okay. I'm the younger child. This is how you tie shoe dinosaurs or cool but a lot of autobiographical memories. Your life story seems to evaporate. It's not that children can't learn and they can't remember it's that they forget more rapidly and so those early memories that you incurred it enough getting lost Sova time bridget. Callahan is a researcher at. Ucla focused on early memories. She works a lot with kids and tells me about one study where children watched two adults interact with toys. The adults pretend one toy sucks and the others awesome when they were toys. We made ourselves so that was one that was like a fish toy and it made a really fun buoying noise and there was one that was a monkey and it made a slightly different kind of noise. She'll see how the kids interact with the toys. Weeks later. Usually remember the cool adults like the fish toy how they avoided the lame monkey toy eventually though quicker than an adult would. They'll forget the scene and choose at Random. But Bridget thinks while we forget experiences. They're not really gone. I think that how our memories and I'm speaking of memories whether we remember them or not but these experiences that we have in a life that that shape us and have an impact on us really do contribute a lot to ou- our personalities so the way that we function as adults. Bridget thinks early events can still encode themselves in us in unseen ways. Leave footprints you sit in children. Who are abused or neglected. When they were very young they may not remember any of that but it can still make a distinct impact on brain structures even affect gut bacteria. And there's the effect these events have on our internal logic. They kind of shape are working models of the world the way that we understand the way the world works and our place in early events like a bess. Always fetching me. Those cars in the middle of the night they can have profound effects on us. It sounds like whenever you wanted the toy car. He was there to give it to you on. That probably helped you set up these really reliable view of adults being helpful and someone that you could rely on or I don't know maybe a best is at least partially to blame for some toy store tantrum. I threw years later. But okay so if all this early stuff is affecting who. I am now shaping me how can it just be completely gone? Why can't I remember any of it? Bridget thinks part of it has to do with language when you incurred a memory. It's kind of stuck in time at least in terms of the language that you can use to describe Ed. Basically a vocabulary is all I had to work with. And as you kind of develop you grow in your. Your language becomes more complex. Your concepts become more complex. It actually becomes difficult for you to retrieve those old memories that I that is sucking time and difficult to update. And the other reason is when you're really little your sense of self is still developing so it's not till about twenty months of age that that baby star to show what's called. Mirror self recognition another emory researcher Robin Five. Ish is telling me about autobiographical memories. How we get started making these little bits of life story. They recognize themselves in the mirror. Oh that's what I look like. That's me which shows an awareness that they start to understand what they look like from somebody else's perspective that's step one because an autobiographical memory system is about me. Not just about what happened. What happened to me? Basically you need to recognize. I'm an individual person separate from mom and the lamp before you can start a life story and Robin thinks step to has to do with stories. The ones we tell about ourselves. It's why researchers think kids begin to really form autobiographical memories only in the preschool years. So what they learn over the course of the preschool. Years is through language to tell a fuller more coherent story reorganizes the memory to make it more complete and more organized and that makes more durable. Robin thinks the stories. We tell our key to making memories stick making the meaningful. We search for meaning in the world and stories are the way that we create meaning for ourselves for other people. We understand everything through stories. A lot of Robin's work suggests that when parents reminisce often retelling stories over and over again their kids will end up with earlier fuller memories. This is one thing we absolutely know about memory the more you reinforce the memory the better you remember it the more you were her. Sit the better. You remember it. But if that's the case I mean how does that explain the complete blanks? I have before say age. Six or seven my mom. She's telling these little Jad stories all the time I if thought like are watching. Tv You enjoy the game. That's one about how it took me a super long time to understand the difference between cartoons and video games after three. You realize it they game. I'd get conflict. I think it could be language at play again but in a slightly different way than bridget is talking about. Coming up can happen the comic again. My mom I told that video game story in Arabic before I reminded her our listeners. Don't speak that not even an English if two for me. Not only are my earliest memories stored in toddler language. They're also in Arabic. That's what me and my mom spoke. Even today. We usually mix Arabic and English on the phone. I asked bridget what she thinks. That all this scramble things more. I think that makes a lot of sense. I think it's a really good hypothesis. I think it'd be good to test. I ask for a mention in the footnotes when she publishes her second language. Memory Study neuroscientist. Paul Franklin though tells me language only explains part of the forgetting as proof he points to the Guinea pig at birth much more mature they can walk is open as soon after birth they can. They can support their body weight. Walk within a couple of days and so they also can make and retain memories even as infants part of their brain. The hippocampus is nearly fully developed utero in humans. The hippocampus keeps maturing as infants and kids. Age It's also where many of our autobiographical memories are stored so the forgetting. It's actually part of a developmental. Give and take the cost of adding new neurons is that you are going to these stabilize stuff you've already stored in the brain but the benefit down the line. Is that you these new neurons. Good for making new memories as well. So the cost of remembering my twenties and thirties might be not remembering my twos and threes. I'm like like two years three years. Four years five years six years. All out of here with I'm but I guess my mom can go ahead and remember for me and divide them and play with them. You'll remember which one do you. I'm jet slamming if you have a friend or loved one who has Alzheimer's or dementia. You've probably seen this happen. The person doesn't seem to remember much of anything. Not your name not your face. Not where they are but then something seems to spark a flicker of recognition or recall. We got the story from a friend of mine. Katie my grandmother. Who HAD ALZHEIMERS DISEASE? We had gone to visit her in nursing home and She got to a point. Where after being wonderful incredible storyteller for many many years She'd sort of lost that ability but she remembered music And any time that you would play music for her. That would just kind of like almost like reawakened. Her and she just kept singing. This one barry. Manilow Song looks like and so whenever we would go visit her we would all start singing that song and all of the lyrics were just come back to her and it was this. You know interesting way that we were able to communicate with her again in a way that she could no longer do with us by just speaking so if memories are still in there. Would it be possible to coax them out more frequently reporter? Lesha bushwack takes us to an adult Daycare Center in Baltimore. That's trying to do. Just that really fun storefronts at decorate. It feels like I've stepped onto a movie sets or maybe I'm in a time warp. I met Town Square an adult daycare facility in Baltimore and it. Looks like an indoor replica of an American town in the nineteen fifties said. There's Rosie's diner and a movie theater with pictures of Elvis Presley on. The Wall storefronts with vintage auto repair posters and furniture. That looks like it could be from an antique store or from my grandma's basement and perhaps the biggest attention grabber a shiny blue chevy with white rim tires. A boxy frame asleep white roof when people walk through that door and see that car the fifty five Bel Air. It's like automatic. They Click you. Just see it in their eyes. You see it in their face. They're just awaken Meghan. Rainman is the activities manager at townsquare belt. Start talking about only had one just like this or my dad had one just like this. We took so many trips in this and even the smell the smell inside the car triggers. People this is all part of something known as reminiscence therapy. Townsquare serve people with dementia and Alzheimer's. They come here to spend the day and being here seems to spark memories for them. Sometimes those memories come back through visual cues like old life. Magazines posted up on a newsstand featuring covers with John F. Kennedy or through sounds like this jukebox diner that plays swing tunes or sometimes it's through programs where staff members tried to jog memories through pictures books conversations in one room reading a book about animals spark some memories for one member. Murray husband will come to bed and he cared a sleet and the dog would crawl right over my husband that yet in between the two of us he said what ran over me. I said the dog share misled. Oh thank you so much for sharing. But how exactly does reminiscence therapy work? Alzheimer's Disease Damages parts of the brain. Which leads to memory loss but more and more researchers are beginning to believe that memories aren't fully lost or destroyed rather summer just hidden and need to be coaxed out some of this relates the difference between short term and long term memory. Arjun massacre is a neurologist at New York University. He says short term memories tend to be stored in the hippocampus while longer memories are tucked away in a variety of different brain regions. The hippocampus being essential for remembering what we did yesterday a week ago. It's just a very vulnerable to destruction by Alzheimer's disease but also by brain trauma and stroke whereas for some reason the brain structures associated with long term memories are implicitly. Intrinsically very strong very robust. Maybe there's a lot of sharing of the network in terms of how that information is stored. This is also why we shouldn't assume that memory loss means all memories are gone forever says. Stevenson bought a neuropsychologist at Georgetown University. The networks that are involved with important events are tremendous. It's less likely that you could poke a hole in one part of the brain and destroy the entire memory itself. Stephen says there's memory. And then there roads in the brain to access those memories so it's really difficult to destroy memory per se much easier to destroy a person's ability to gain access to it and it seems like Alzheimer's affects the roads more than the memory itself with your other structures in the brain that are involved in memory too and that's why implicit functions are still possible. Even though this hippocampus damage our June says there is some evidence that when the typical routes to access memory is maybe impaired those memories can still be triggered by new or different routes. There's probably a secondary mechanism the road so to speak that allows that long term memory to then be brought into our attention into our focus and it's probably damage of those roads or that process that kind of is a an interruption or shirt circuit. And so you're not able to jog that memory out in in your typical means then with a therapy. Like reminiscence therapy. You may be kind of finding alternative pathways to jog out that memory through visuals like that. Shiny Blue Chevy town square or smells and music. Here's Stephen Again. You hear a song and you remember what was happening in your life when you heard that song and you get the feeling you can recall the feeling of that time for me. It's like living on a prayer by Bon Jovi Christy. Turner is a dementia care specialists in Portland Oregon. Seventeen again and all of the sites and sounds is an experiences of being seventeen and so that's why music is so important. She says that reminiscence therapy is about drying out. That positive feeling a feeling that stays with you. Even when the specific memory can't be recalled a sense of self a sense of feeling anchored into who they are right now not feeling sort of untethered and studies have shown that reminiscence therapy can help reduce anxiety and agitation or these like actual copies antipathies copies. Back Town Square. Meghan the activities director. Says that's what they're trying to hone in on. We have gentleman that comes in and plays the piano please. Older songs. After he left one of our members just to the piano and started playing. She hasn't played in a very very long time when she was done. We were like. Hey we didn't know you played piano and she was like I don't know how to be an L. But she was there in that moment and her body just knew what to do. That's what we're hoping for to bring them back to what they used to be. Just even if it's for a couple of seconds that was reported we're talking about memory and there definitely seems to be a connection between memory and music. Here's something that happens to me all of the time. I'm walking around going about my day. And then a song pops into my head and I started singing it. Here's one that's always on rotation sorry. I'm not much of a singer. We're homes where you're happy there to things that fascinate me about this one. How'd we store so much music in our brains and two? What hits play if you will on this internal jukebox. Like what makes those songs play all of the sudden fear home? Y'All happy it's not way not this on. I'm always singing is a lemon head song. I have a mixed tape from nineteen ninety in my basement. That has that song on it when a friend gave me this tape. I was failing miserably in school and spending most of my time at a divy cafe in Germany. But why this song? Why does it pop into my head all the time? I decided to start at the source so to speak. I called up John. Strong was the drummer for the lemon heads. And now he's an attorney in Nashville John. I asked John if he could still sing that song where you're happy. It's not where you're not free. Yomas where you can be what you want because you were just bone to be free or something like that. Do you know it was written by Charles? Manson out. I was. It didn't really make me happy. Well quite a good songwriter. You Know Evan. Dando from the lemmings was obsessed with Charles Manson. At that time John and I talked about music and memory and he told me that he often ends up singing. Billy Joel Song that gets stuck in his head which one I don't know if I say the title that'll get stuck in my head. What'S ONE Anthony Works in the grocery store. That one Remember this part. I respect them as a as a writer musician. I don't dislike his songs. I I just don't want them in my head. But we don't really get to pick what is stored in that vast library and it is huge. I talked to music psychologist. Vicky Williamson from the University of Sheffield in the UK and she says musicians and music enthusiasts have hundreds of thousands of tunes in their memory. Real brains very good at remembering a lot of things of course but music tends to stick up there along with smell. As two types of stimulated a very provocative that can stimulate long term memories very easily and very quickly for people she says it's because of the way the brain is structured the parts of the brain that are interested in a lot of the emotion in music of very very close that very hotly Wyatt to areas of the brain that are generally interested in memory functions. This is an oversimplification. But broadly speaking we're talking about connections between the hippocampus for memory and the superior temporal gyrus for music and the michelob. Which is important in memory and emotions? The brain also gets a bit of an assist because many pieces of music have a lot in common like their basic structure. It's not like every piece of music is a brand new experience that you have no guide to this. Is Rick Ashley Not Rick Ashley? Rick Ashley Who Researches Music and cognition at Northwestern University your knowledge of the music with which? You're familiar sort of like your native language in music gives you this huge stock of patterns. That let you absorb and recalls or reconstitute pieces from memory. So this explains why we can have such a huge library of melodies stored in our brains. But WHY DO RANDOM SONGS COME UP AT DIFFERENT TIMES. Vicky Williamson says the reason this happens is because our brain is processing all input by constantly scanning all of our existing memory files for information like a spider's Web out to all concepts and ideas. That are connected. Somehow this is an automatic process. It's not something we have any control over and it is this process that allows us to learn to make sense of the world around us and sometimes the same function hits play on a terrible song. What's happening when you think? Why on Earth is that song? Come into my head is probably one of those. Little Spider Web tendrils has been activated but subconsciously. So you're not aware of what you've seen or heard or has been triggered in your mind from the environment because you weren't particularly focusing on it at the time and if you do a bit of detective work you'll probably figure out a connection to something that happened during your day. Says Rick Ashley? There was something in the lyrics to that song that were triggered by this earlier event and with music that has no lyrics. It tends to come to mind because it is reminiscent of a specific mood. That's a good soundtrack to the to the the plot in the scene that's played itself out so with my song that lemon heads tune that I sing all the time I figured out. It tends to pop into my head when I'm on my way home. Simple as that your home. Just BE CASTLE. If you're trying to write your own music create songs. This vast internal music library can be a problem John Strohm. The drummer turned lawyer. Told me he wrote a great song and then he realized it was actually his clients tune. If I'm a copyright lawyer this is what I do I I you know. I'm the guy that sending the letter when somebody puts us out there you know it'd be very embarrassing for me to put music out. There was There was infringing so sometimes your memory sabotage you when you're trying to do your own thing but you still need memory to be creative. I talked about this with Kevin Door. He's a research psychologist. At Stanford. University Kevin would is the relationship between memory and creativity. It seems like we need one for the other. Yes so that's definitely how I would describe it. So the idea is that when we remember events We aren't pulling out literal photographs from our memory but we're actively inflexibly reconstructing different details of experience. So if I asked you what you did last Saturday night. You're not pulling out a photo of that event from your brain you're thinking about pulling together. Bits and pieces of action people And setting details in. You're actively putting that together to come up with a memory. It sounds like I am in a way creatively altering my own memories all the time. So I'm inserting my creativity into my memories on a daily basis in a way. Absolutely that's definitely how I would describe so if I'm telling you what I did on Saturday night I might make it sound a bit more fun than what really was. Maybe I'll skip over certain parts play up others. I'm using my creativity to make memory. Kevin says that that process goes both ways if you're presented with their creative problem that reminds you of an experience that you've had in the past. You're certainly gonna a draw on details that That remind you of that. So if you're asked to come up with a creative solution at work and it's similar or on the surface appear to a problem. You solve that work last week. You're you're likely to adopt a similar strategy. The idea with creativity thought we're actively Reconstructing and coming up with bits and pieces from our prior experiences when we're presented with their creative problem almost as if our memories are the ingredients that we use to solve creative problems so if I can put this in like completely lay terms here. It's it almost seems like. I'm rummaging around in my cupboard of experiences and I'm really taking a close look at everything that's in there and then later that somehow helps me create a really nice recipe for something else absolutely. Yes so it seems odd. But that's definitely what we think is happening and what might seem like a brand new idea probably isn't nothing or at least the camp that. I'm an would say that nothing that you're coming up with. During the course of their creative processes truly novel that everything that we generate novel is built on past experiences so the idea being that we kind of borrow and build on is is a term. That's been used that Fiction writers borrow from their own experiences and twist them a little bit Comedians Whether they know it or not just based on the fallibility of memory are using other people's jokes and twisting them in different ways. Now how do you study this connection between memory and creativity and the sort of feedback loop that exist there? Yeah so the workout. I've been involved with Has Two different streams both behavioral experiments and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging? Fm Awry were Kevin tells participants to recall a specific memory and he asks lots and lots of details and then he makes them do a quote creative task like come up with a new use for a hammer or come up with creative uses for a newspaper besides reading the paper and the people who I recalled a very specific memory later do better with that creative exercise and we also see this represented in the brain with F. Amore. Is they see more activity. In parts of the brain that relate to memory and generally speaking there is a lot of overlap between brain regions. Involved in memory and creativity is interesting because I think sometimes when when we think about the creative process we we almost want to shoo away our memory because we wanna do something new and exciting right but it seems like our memory is our great friend. Yeah absolutely it's it seems very counterintuitive. But that's certainly what are researchers found in what other pieces of evidence in the literature which suggests that your memory certainly our friend. In most cases on these forces situation Kevin Madore is a research psychologist at Stanford University. He specializes in human memory. Coming up doesn't matter. If you remember your dreams the salt was really white and the sky was really and there was sort of like a hazy. Miraj around the horizon everywhere. I looked and I could feel the sweat on my back even though it's very cold and the dream that's next on the pulse support for the pulse. Come SELECT GREATER PHILADELPHIA WITH OVER THIRTY CELL AND GENE THERAPY DEVELOPMENT COMPANIES. Greater Philadelphia is where the field started and continues to thrive more at discovery. Starts HERE DOT COM? This is the pulse. I Mike and Scott were talking about memory. Where and how memories are stored. What we remember or don't remember and we wanted to hear from all of you. What helps you remember things. I have songs from childhood. I still know the fifty states in alphabetical order from fourth grade from Assam that we learned in Chorus Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut does make up stories for biology and chemistry exams. Bread placed the different things in different parts of the story. So that's had some relevance to what they actually were nonsensical fictional stories about like Mr Nucleus now stored all the DNA in his closet. I don't know something Minnesota Mississippi Missouri. My pick up part of the word that I will give a separate meaning that I then associated with the original words. Salt Lake for my contra is the powerhouse of the cell I will take the might part of Mitochondria turn it into mighty and and if something's maybe it's very powerful so might a country powerhouse of south. I typically memorize things. Best through repetition New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio. Writing things over and over. That really sticks with you even just very different curve of the letter that really helped to memorize things. Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina. South Dakota Tennessee Texas. Thank you for all of those if you want to be in touch with US. Follow us on facebook or on twitter at. Whyy the pulse. We're talking about memory. Dreams can be hard to remember right. Sometimes you wake up and you sort of have this thing that you can just remember and then it all slips away but there are people who can remember dreams much better than others. How do they do that? And why do they say this is important to them? Steffi and has more shade is an artist living in Washington. Dc and shady remembers a lot of their dreams. In vivid detail woke up in this whole in the salt flat desert with this man looking for me. Try and take me back to the town or the city where I was wanted for. Something as they're talking shady gets this far off look in their eyes. The salt was really white and the sky was really blue and there was sort of like a hazy. Mirage around the horizon everywhere. I looked and I can feel the sweat on my back. Even though it's very cold and dream this is common for shady for as long as they can remember. They've had an extremely rich dreamworld so much so that they feel like they lived two lives a dream life and a waking life. They've kept a journal since they were young and they tried to record their dreams as often as they can a lot of their dreams. Sound like post apocalyptic movies like this one recurring dream series where the world has ended and shady's part of a group performing different missions going to the seed bank preserving a bunch of books from the Library of Congress. Did y'all succeed in saving the books we did. We do six. Saving the books were there in a volt. Very deep underground In a ruined Washington DC. So in the future you know we we end up in that situation. Just No. I've got it under control. Some people like shady remember their dreams. Like their immersive blockbusters others remember just a few fuzzy details or nothing at all. Why is that Rafael valid? A postdoctoral researcher at the University of California Berkeley looked into this question using MRI and pet. Scans he compared to the brain activity of Heidari callers? People who remember their dreams every day versus low recovers who never remember their dreams and one thing that we consistently found is that hide. Recalls typically have more activity in one specific brain network. It's called the default mode network. It was only discovered in two thousand one. The default mode network helps view and make sense of ourselves for example if facilitates episodic memory or the long-term recollection of specific events and experiences. Your memories of your first day of school or your first kiss or a powerful conversation you had with a friend. These are all episodic memories. The default mode network is also active. When your mind is wandering when you're in a dream like state that you are commuting on the train you have nothing to do just looking at the landscape the window and completely lost in your thoughts. Then that's when the differentiator is very Raphael's team found the default mode network. Was more active in Heidari callers. Not just when they were asleep but also when they were await for us that means that daas some fundamental differences in memory possesses between these two groups. These findings add to a growing body of research that suggests dreams. Play a role in memory consolidation. You all actively repulsing and filtering memories. You know they'll to optimize which one you needs to remember which one you can forget for example. You know easy even for you to remember where you parked your car. Two weeks ago probably. Not SCIENTISTS KNOW. That daydreaming is important and memory consolidation. And so when you have nothing to do in your just your in your efforts to will typically reprocess some of the memories some of the experiences that you experienced maybe the day before. Maybe you know one hour before even memories from years ago the thought is that's also happening when you're dreaming in sleep but to an even stronger extent just because the the behind state is so different when you're dreaming and you have no input because you are sleep. We think that this reprocessing the memories is much much more efficient when you are actually dreaming than when you are just like you know mind wandering but this is very new. So we don't. We don't have all cells. Rafael says this memory reprocessing is likely happening. Whether or not you recall your dreams upon waking horribly. You don't need to remember your dreams for them to actually be doing something for your emotional regulation memory consideration and all that stuff still. Lots and lots of people are captivated by their dreams and really want to remember them. What's the use in that? Some believe our dreams tell us something meaningful about our waking lives. Okay yes so I guess stream happened in like the last week. This is Sam. She's doing a dream analysis with Martine a psychotherapist in Philadelphia Mark Practices Jungian analysis which is based on the ideas of Swiss psychiatrist. Carl Jung. There's a Lake. You can see most The skies pretty big in the dream Samson a dangerous situation on a boat with a bunch of people. She helps this particular woman. She has like blue acrylic nails with like a lot of diamonds and details on them. And I'm just like comforting her like it's okay. Could you say a little bit more about the woman with the fingernails? What comes up for you around out. Yeah like there are moments when I want to like have acrylic nails or something like that and then also many moments where that feels like. That doesn't actually fit into my life or who I am. I definitely identified as a tomboy or something along those lines but also yeah having moments of like deeply wanting that sort of femininity. Here the woman with acrylics. Maybe represents Sam's relationship with her own femininity in the dream. She's kind of reconciling with that part of herself. Mark believes this happens a lot in dreams. We think we're interacting with some other person or thing but we're actually interacting with what he calls shadow aspects of ourselves degree move. The dreamer doesn't fully identify and yet somehow another lurking when you talk about dream houses with researchers. They're reluctant to say anything about it. It's hard to back with evidence. Michael Shrill is a dream researcher at the Central Institute of Mental Health in Mannheim Germany. He doesn't necessarily believe in Jungian analysis but he agrees with Mark Dean on this a very clearly related to waking last expanse. Michael has been recording his dreams for thirty six years law. Us fifteen thousand five hundred genes something Michael. Thanks dreams often. Take weaking life and exaggerate or dramatize turned things into metaphor. He says they can give us a window into our inner life that Sassoon. You're waiting something in your waking laugh. Then you might have dream of a monster chasing the main focus this that you have insight e or panic and you're not confronting anything just wanting to wait very helpful to understand what's really important for us there also inspiration for creativity and art. They show us what the mind is capable of a still under appreciated that the dream mind is able to produce a whole world without any. You accelerate input. Michael Says History is constantly. Give him new ways. To view the world astonished about a grant function degree Altuve Modal Dreams Shady rose from the beginning of OUR STORY INCORPORATES. Their dreams into their creative work which involves writing performance and visual art. They're the lead singer and a band called nightmare. This song right here started in a dream. We describe themselves as music from that one dream. That story was reported by Steph Yen. That's our show for this week. The pulses of production of whyy in Philadelphia. You could find US wherever you get your podcast. Our Health and science reporters are Alan. You Liz tongue jets. Lehman and Steph. Yin Our intern. Is Sabrina Ams? We have production assistance from Julian Harris. Charlie Kyra is our engineer. Expire Lopez is our associate producer Lindsay. Lazar Ski is our producer. I and Scott. Thank you for listening. Behavioral Health Reporting on. 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"Apple unveils, a new ipod, touch, and more coming up on today's episode of Glades syntech news. You're just in time for the latest episode of the world's only three and one show on tech. Gadget, indie me news. That's right. This is lace Intech news. My name is Taylor. American. If you're new here hit subscriber follow button right now so that you don't miss the newest episodes. We do this on a weekday and hold off on that lake or harder. Whatever new us to show, your support thumbs until you get to a section of today's show that you actually, like now, speaking of what's not to like, is while won't be any shows at all next week. I just wanted to make this announcement as next week I will be on vacation up nort, as we here in Wisconsin, call it. So I will be unavailable to record or posts or do any shows. So I guess, consider it a summer break free week. But I'll be back the following week, but there will be show. This week there will be no shows next week. So now that that's out of the way. Let's get to the good news today. And the good news today is while apple decided to drop the latest iteration of its ipod will be taken look at that wants to be taking a look at the most important announcements from compu- Tech's twenty nineteen interestingly enough will also be taking a look at someone spending one point three million dollars on a laptop infected with six of the most destructive computer viruses, Wina world, or they do that. That's news of the weird for you today. So we take a look at that and get news. We'll also be taking a look at HP envy, laptops, getting a new would option while to be looking at Intel's vision for dual screen gaming laptops. And for game news will be taking a look at Pokemon sleep a new app that helps you sleep better. And I gotta say it's gotta correspond with what's going on Pokemon go right now currently, which is you. Can starting tonight. Catch a snore lags, but he has to be sleeping or something that also were you looking at fortnight just revealing a giant monster? Eyeball under polar peak interesting. But I did you know that more than five hundred seventy new websites are created every minute that you didn't know that. I also but you didn't know that by twenty twenty video will account for about eighty percent of all internet traffic. If you just thought you're here to hang out and read stuff while or listen to stuff your sorely mistaken eighty percent of us here. Watch them videos, you know, the net flicks is them who's YouTube. Yeah. Video so make good video. Please. Okay. I got that out of the way I survived surprise, surprise. Moving. Right. Along to today in tech history. We always liked to take a look back on today in tech history, being that today is may twenty eighth twenty nineteen on this day in nineteen fifty nine a committee forms to develop a new language, a community formed to develop Cobol or common business, oriented language. The group of researchers drawn from several computer manufacturers and the Pentagon, signed a program designed if I can speak for business use that thought easy readability, and as much machine independence as possible, although programmer Howard Bromberg, prematurely made a tombstone for Cobol out of fear that the language had no future. It continues to be used by businesses today, although well today, it's far fewer in between tombstone is not now, part of the computer history, museum's collection and also on. On this day in history in nineteen eighty seven CompuServe releases the graphics interchange format known of Jif standard. As a new computer graphics file format differ gift for how recite due to color, limitations, the format currently is unsuitable for reproducing, color, photographs. But it is well suited. For more simple images such as graphics or logos with solid areas of color, not it's made it probably the most popular graphic format for the early internet until the famous Jif licensing. Controversy soured many designers to its use the P N G format was developed in response as an alternative to Jif to get around those licensing issues. However, all relevant patents have since expired in Jif format may now be freely. Use the being used even until this day today still sees white spread us, especially when simple in missions are needed. Also on this day in nineteen twenty nine the Warner Brothers film on with the show, the first talking movie. In all color, debuts at New York City's winter garden theatre film, uses two color, technicolor invite a phone sound, e n now he got Dobie at MOS. Sorry, well, that's technology for you. Well, let's head onto today's feature story. Speaking of features stories, only cow, guys Apple's newest innovation just came out. They drop the bomb ninety kidding you. It's the ipod. No, it's not April, I notice as somebody fools joke. No, I'm not gonna be playing Rick Ashley, then we're gonna give you up 'cause I can never can't give up. Matter of fact, I can't even get Zun that I have somewhere in basement storage. Nobody wants to buy it. Well, you remember the ipod, if not apple is here to jog your memory, the tech giant surprise released a new ipod touch today. It's first since twenty fifteen the well air, quote, new product which runs on an eight ten fusion, chip that at Apple's president of product marketing, Greg joswiak says, makes the device twice as fast as before, is available in thirty two gig one twenty eight and two hundred fifty six models retailing for one ninety nine to ninety nine and three ninety nine respectively. That's hundred dollars so two hundred three hundred or. Hundred respectively. Other spec upgrades are minimal the device, does not support touch ID or face ide-, not like you need it, both the standard four inch screen seen on previous generations of the iphone ipod, touch and features. The same three point five millimeter headphone, Jack as before audio files who apple for Nixon, jackass iphone and a few years ago may rejoice here, but because of the fans are chip, though the ipod touch can now support group FaceTime, calls in augmented reality apps. It comes in seven colors in two hundred and fifty six version has the biggest storage capacity that apple has ever offered in an ipad. Now. You might be wondering why is apple bothering with it at all. Well, the company financials point to answer. Thanks, four figure price takes Apple's iphone sales have been in a slum apple services category. Which includes the popular apps, apple news, in, plus, and apple music, and plus, plus double triple plus is now it's the most promising sector in terms of. Revenue growth. But apple still needs compelling hardware to drive to that area with the debut of the refreshed ipod, touch perfect for children or don't use who might want to capabilities of a smartphone without needing to make calls comes right? As apple buff up its existing music video end news service offerings prepares to release a new gaming subscription product called apple, arcade. Now, if you're thinking, or you're under the impression at apple had killed. It's ipod line altogether. You might be thinking of the ipod Nanos shuffle, which were discontinued in twenty seventeen or of the cult ipod classic with the white spin wheel which medicine in twenty fourteen. But. In all glory. And if you're sitting there listening to this show going Taylor, you're talking as if there's videos, or photos, or something, yet, there is head on over YouTube dot com slash tech news to see today's show as always no matter what format you're listening on, however, you're consuming the content, you can always head on over to tech news, gadget dot net for flash. One, two, six to today's show notes, and you can click on all the articles that you want and read away your heart's content. I don't know what you think. Good bad, or otherwise, you excited about the new ipod touch purchasing. It actually looks nicer. I'm actually surprised. I didn't think they could pull it off. They did it looks nice crisp clean anti cups. I heard that the wife and other. She's, I guess is that you're excited tone for your excited about the new ipod touch. It was on points. She's trying to get it on my show. Okay. So, yeah. With that being said, I think she left her comments about the new ipod touch. I kinda shared a little bit of mine, but I'd love to hear yours so feel free to drop them in a comment section down below. Okay. Computrac twenty nineteen. It's going on right now. Well, would you miss? Well. Whole bunch, especially if you're paying attention, but one of the world's biggest computing tech trade shows kicked off its twenty nineteen conference this morning in Taipei Taiwan and are have already been tons of big announcements, if you're looking to upgrade your system by something new within the next few months, you'll definitely want to scan through the round up that life Hecker put together for us for the most notable product announcements from day one, I guess we'll be looking at first off the Reisen third generation CPU and AMD was there, dropping several big announcements at the conference. One of the biggest was unveiling its new third gen rise in CPU line, which launches on July seventh. This includes AMD's newest flake ships EP with a rise in nine thirty nine hundred x which features twelve course in twenty four threads in a four point six hurts boost frequency. If puts the Reisen ninety three nine hundred eggs, head of Intel's core. I nine ninety nine twenty x and at nine ninety hundred but at a far. Lower price point further CPA's round out the rise in third gen lineup. Here's a complete list. We got derived five thirty six hundred thirty six hundred x rising seven thirty seven hundred x thirty eight hundred x and rising nine thirty nine hundred eggs all range between two hundred to five hundred bucks while these are available for desktops, AC's rug, the fierce G G, a five oh to gaming laptops are equipped with rising third gen CPU's Acer also confirmed during computations at the rise in three thousand series. Wall still be present on some of its upcoming gaming laptops. Also, the Intel core I nine ninety nine hundred K s showed off their new gaming chip as well. It includes an integrated graphics chip, both eight cores sixteen threats base. Four point zero gigahertz frequency and five point. Oh gig. Hurts boosted frequency, applicable to all cores. It's makes us EP Intel's, fastest gaming chip currently available. TD hasn't been released through the co disclose nor pricing or expected release date. But safe to say it will likely be pretty expensive when it does come out. Also, we're looking at a rate on our x five thousand series. Nabi RDA, GPU's, pivoting GP Amdi off. So announced the rate on Rx five thousand theories new line is Amdi response to videos, new Artiach line, and AMD spent several minutes during his computrac keynote presentation showing off a raid on RX seven hundred card running benchmark tests, alongside envy, Artie, x twenty seventy the are fifty seven hundred appeared to best the RT x twenty seventies performance by about ten percent though were still wondering about the Ray tracing confirmation on that one. They also have the link to the entire keynote of AMD's presentation. So if you're interested, you can go ahead and click on the link for that. The are ex fifty seven hundred will be released sometime in July Amdi will provide. More information during its live presentation at e three. On June ten also. Invidia RT, X Quadra mobile GPU's was announced by in video is showed off a line of mobile five thousand four thousand three thousand end Quadra t two thousand in one thousand cards as well. He's will bring the same turing tech found on the desktop RT X cards in beefy gaming, laptops to mobile workstations in smaller laptops. Obviously, we covered yesterday the upcoming razor blades studio, fifteen edition and seventeen addition, laptops will both run these new cards and the seem pretty powerful as from other boards. Amdi came out with the x five seventy PCIE four point -o Ambi about everywhere this year, which includes several motherboards from a Seuss, gigabyte MSI and others that use Amdi experts. New tips at ease motherboards will be fully compatible with the new rising sea CPU's rate on our five thousand cards include PC. I e for. Point. Oh. Support intact. A couple of high-speed P C E four point s dis on the horizon Pacific a four point nine five gigabyte model from corsair a five gigabyte device from gigabyte will need a rise in three thousand series chop and x five seventy motherboard in order to reach their crazy. Data transfer rates over this push to PCIE four point. Oh, also means that the x five seventy will not be quite, so while backwards compatible with other tips. So keep in mind when you're putting together your future gaming systems or wanting to tweak your current ones or go out and buy one make sure your parts are compatible Amdi came out with chart for explanation of which components will remain supported a nail slow decided to look at a new futuristic motherboard design on my goodness view on a drool over this holy cow. It's called prime utopia. The conceptual design, obviously, this is a futuristic motherboard designs not out yet, but the design features rear facing. Expansion flats swap -able. I o ports liquid cooling and programmable seven inch orally. The touch screen that displays info like temperature clock speeds excetera weird innovative design at turns eat, he ex motherboard conventions on his head. This is so. It's interesting as sue Zappa pitch game monitors. If you're considering upgrading your monitors soon they're worth several options shown off at computrac. Twenty nineteen worth Mentz mentioning the first of all our two portable monitors from a Seuss's Republic of gamers line. Here's e Rog strikes ex g seventeen. Why do you guys always have to tease all of this kind of stuff? Knee actually make me fight amongst myself as to which product I want. So it's a seventeen point three inch IP s full HD monitor that taps out at a two hundred forty four Hertz, refresh rate with a three millisecond response time adaptive sink. In other words, virtually zero input lake in buttery smooth. Video is supports micro HD Mayan USB type c video input. Interestingly the strict ex g seventeen is battery, powered with an expected battery life of three hours when a high refresh rate is on the a can be lowered to increase playtime in can't be charged or plugged into a dedicated power source re the fast charge supported USB type sea port. Also, we're looking at the other portable option. A twenty seven inch four K, many LED, monitor known as rob swift PG twenty seven you q x this particular model also supports. Hi, refresh rates up. Two hundred forty four Hertz. In video g think as well. Support for display HDR one thousand DC IP three ninety seven percent, ended OB RGB ninety nine percent wide color, gamut. Oh, but you thought that was all we are gonna talk about. Well MSI came out with its optics MP three forty one Sikh you are gaming monitor this, baby. Curved can also change settings for different users via facial recognition, the seconds. Let's see while they misspelled that specs for thirty four into monitor itself, are impressive twenty four forty by fourteen forty q HD resolution honoring forty four Hertz, refresh rate with a one millisecond response time twenty one by nine aspect ratio. Eighteen hundred are curvature in an anti glare VA display. The kicker is at the monitor has built in a I can recognize your face in change your display settings based on your saved personal preferences need idea. Even if this facial recognition software feels a little bit creepy so outside of that other miscellaneous announcements from computrac twenty nineteen so far. Nvidia is releasing quake to art. He ex for free on June six to help show off the Ray tracing. Power or prowess of its new Arctic series of GPU's razor will begin rolling out expanded cross compatibility between its Chroma software and other RGB lighting systems. You'll be able to use Chroma with. A wider array of products that have programmable, RGB, LED's, and more. Razors products will soon be compatible with non Roma software. In finally mobile computing company Qualcomm announced a collaboration with an oval to create a snap. Dragon powered five G P C, but they're not quite sure, how entirely the whole five thing is going to shake out, but projects like this, or at least interesting to see, so, hey, go, computations twenty nineteen. I just wrapped up the whole entire day in a nutshell, so you're welcome. And thank you, and interesting. Interesting, new tech coming out. So with that being said, let's head on to the next. So some genius sided to infect, a laptop with not one not two not five, but six destructive, computer viruses, and then had degrade great idea, what's go sell it. Well, they sold it and sold for one point three million dollars. No, I'm not making this up. Of a use Samsung NC ten cost less than two hundred dollars, but used one with well, all of our on it is, apparently worth one point three four five that's right million dollars so long as it's art internet artists will Dong created the persistence of chaos at the behest of cybersecurity company, deep instinct with the help of engineers, the artists installed. Six types of wear into the two thousand eight laptop, according to the verge grow chose the viruses, based on the amount of financial havoc each has wreaked, namely black energy, Dr tequila, I love you. My dome doom so big and wannacry which was us cyber attack in may twenty seventeen. That was alleged to have originated in North Korea and infected more than two thousand computers in one hundred fifty countries. Artist is currently streaming previewing of the Pandora's notebook on twitch and it's alive right now having fun so long as a computer remain. Disconnected from WI fi or USB. Plug the cocktail of digital horrors, it contains can't spread now as a buyer, you recognize that this work represents a potential security hazard read the disclaimer on the auction page by submitting a bid you agree and acknowledged that you're purchasing this work as a piece of art or for academic reasons, any of no intention of disseminating any malware. Speaking to the verge goal referred to the laptop as a kind of Bestiary a catalog of historical threats museum of thirds the artists explained he wanted to create a physical representation of the worst cyber threats. We have the fantasy debt things that happened in computers. Can't actually affect us, but this is absurd. Weaponized viruses, that affect power grids, or public infrastructure can cause the wrecked arm, according to art net the project cost around ten thousand dollars to bring Russian with the bulk of the expenses talked up taking measures to ensure the computer was completely air gapped, while making sure that a computer is never connected, online, should be relatively cheap procedure, if not free while we'll take the word no matter what we're looking at insane return on investment after the auction sale final bid came in yesterday night Johnson calf, then a deep instinct spokesperson told his motor, the company does not know the identity of the winner, but to companies amazed at the price, he clarified that, since autumn, our commuters older is no chance of. Cause any harm as of ill virus protection safeguards against these threats already. So, yeah. What is that one virus that I'm wondering if it's on it or not? Do you guys happen to know Irene to mobile sorry? If you didn't get that reference, you guys are definitely not to geeks. I'm looking for because I'm just gonna say pocket protectors for life. That's all. Dealy heavy like what the heck you talking about? How much TV do you watch? Well, I watch fair enough of it. And only the one that I'm interested in and. I can't believe you didn't guess this, I'm gonna actually actually know what. No, I'm not even gonna give you guys satisfaction of giving you the answer. I want you guys to guess what? Exactly. I was just referring to comments section down below. I really wanna see if anybody just got the joke that I just put together keyword. I read them all. So, yeah. Go told art net he's considering plans for his proceeds of the persistence of chaos spend it on another project or burn it all. Well, you can do I guess, whatever you want with it while you made a work of art. So good luck, buddy. All right. Moving onto more gadget news, apparently, we've got a logic. Adage, it news coming in today. HP's Ngoap taps, getter are getting a new would option on. And I was interesting to see the continuing evolution of HP laptop division into a more premium aspirational brand that shift is typified by swath of natural colors, companies, offering last November, edited, a real leather option who'd specter folio line. I believe I covered that last year. And now it's offering the HP envy line in two different would options each offering a dark option night fall black with natural, walnut, alongside a lighter alternative called natural silver with pale Burge, no matter what option you choose. H promises that each laptop will be unique thanks to the natural variation found in the wood on. So glad that's actual would is options will be available across the NBA line, including the envy. Thirteen envy. Three sixty thirteen envy. The X three sixty fifteen end desktop replacement envy, seventeen is low come with the latest and greatest, silicon from AMD and Intel Derm of software, the machines, ship with Amazon Alexa, preinstalled, which makes sense, given Cortana assistant has stagnated somewhat also comes with HP sherve you, which creates a digital privacy shield in HP webcam kill switch, which is obviously self explanatory eight cents. The envy is the world's PC's first with authentic would which isn't, well, strictly speaking true, the volt, AVI gaming computer release in two thousand seventeen was also constructed of walnut. Bamboo on the cheaper side of things is also the endless mission, one release the same year which came with a bamboo and Palmer chassis, but it should really detract from the fact that this is a genuinely gorgeous, machine wouldn't be surprised to see HP sell a whole load of its new envy, laptops, as windows, reasserts itself as a home for developers pro Sumer, I guess you can expect to see a rising demand for these more premium. Machines. HP says would clan laptops, should go on sale around autumn twenty nineteen with specs in pricing to be announced closer to launch date. So, hey, go do laptops. The got would. All right. Well, if you thought that was weird exclusive look at Intel's while gaming laptop prototype. It's called well, the honeycomb glacier, there's a whole video that goes long, look at this. If okay according to the author of this article from the verge being honest, the phrase honeycomb glacier, makes them think of a frosty desert with a crunchy be produced treat on top. Not really a concept gaming Pissy but standing in semi secret lab, deep inside Intel Santa Clara headquarters, I can't help but think is the most convincing argument ever made for beefy laptop with two screens. Now, you may know that chipmakers like Intel don't just produce processors expend big bucks. Building new markets for those chips by figuring out what people want into next computer working with PC manufacturers to make those new features the reality, sometimes they build entire example, PC's for the street a crib. Like we saw firsthand when Intel's do screen, tiger rapid prototype, became Lenovo yoga book. See nine thirty last year for twenty nineteen Intel's building something a little beefier the net of a tiny notebook of a p c Intel's honeycomb glacier is an attempt to bring two screens to the gaming audience. If teen point six inch Kennedy p primary panel a twelve point three inch nine twenty by seven twenty secondary screen in a way that complements instead of distracting from their games. And you guys wondering rea- pictures pool. Yeah. We all these pictures that there's another one. There's a call us up decide view or the top you. Oh man. With that. So at least twice in the past decade Intel has realized that secondary screens are an opportunity famously partnered with razor to build. The original switchblade prototype that stole the show. I see ES twenty eleven in Casey forgot all about that, as well as the first razor blade laptop that fit in entire screen into touch pad for the machine, but we're practically every laptop with a secondary screen has required you to hunch over your keyboard. Even flashy new as Suzanne book, pro do in HP omen, two s that were just announced that. Computations honeycomb glacier, lifts both screens up into the air using a unique double hinge until it's so proud of this hinge, it wouldn't even let us take pictures or video or the internal mechanism. But it works like this, when you lift the screen, it'll automatically stay propped up to any angle of your choice. Thanks to mechanical one way roller clutch, and you press a little black button on the left side to disengage that coach when you wanna full it down. So the same time until takes advantage of the extra. Real estate underneath a hinge. The field a purpose built cooling mechanism that draws enough. Additional air across a specially shaped in late motherboard to cool up to one hundred ninety five watts worth of components using a single fan as enough headroom to potentially fit some of the most powerful gaming laptop parts in a relatively thin chassis. Now all this prototype is only racking forty five watt. Eight core Intel Cebu in Invidia. G E four ten sixty graphics right now because that's what Intel headline round. Even those chips are currently over clocked. Sixty watts in ninety five watts respectively incidents that secondhand is going to be near. I level Intel also added a Toby eye tracking camera that could tie the whole package together. We're Toby is often seen as a gimmick to control the add game or use by east sports players to attract her gaze during a match potentially. Learn from the stakes or use it for live streaming on twitch. You're the ad tracking cameras can let you instantly flick your focus to the laptop secondary screen so you can. Theoretically engage your which audience chat with your friends on discord, or even your co workers on slack. Without having a way from your game mind, you the software field super early. So as a couple of bugs, but being able to simply look at a chat window and instantly start typing feels, oh my goodness. Crazy. Honestly, Super League's a bit of a theme with the honeycomb glacier. Not only is it a prototype. It's a prototype. That uses off the shelf components, including a secondary screen source from the automotive world, since Intel couldn't justify sourcing, custom screen for a computer that might never exist, obviously, so engine Intel's engineers freely admit that they made themselves aren't quite fans. The bottomless rebutting Lewis track pad or the big Basil's around that secondary screen, they don't seem surprised that the author here had trouble dragging, adobe premiere timeline around on the secondary screener when they ran into some stuttering glitches but outside of that, man, if this is what a device could look like. Down the road. Rare prototype. Interestingly enough, we'll have to wait and see how that rolls out, it wouldn't be the first time what we might just have to wait a couple years to see how things progress you guys drooling yet. Hey. What do you think about looking between screens having it switch between windows that way as interesting technology? Awesome pretty cool, right? So what is this to markups that honeycomb glacier, show? It's material progression. Beefy. All right. Well, I better McGown to the next tech news of today. Speaking of tech news. Well, more gadget gaining Ishmael. Smartphone app. Fish newest fine. There you go. It's not really gaining duds Pok Mon. So it kind of fits in gaming thing, if it's not seora guys. I don't cover smartphone apps. Maybe I should. I don't think I should Pokemon sleep is a new app that helps you sleep better as part of the Pokemon twenty nineteen press conference today, a whacking sounding new Pokemon app called Pokemon sleep was announced. Seriously, the Pokemon company in intendo, working together to, quote, try to turn sleep into entertainment, Pokemon sleep is launching in twenty twenty Pokemon company joke that quote, several snore, lax were consulted on this, and no, we're not making it up. Here's the tweet itself, right from Pok Mon. Nintendo is working on a new peripheral called Pokemon goal plus plus. No. And it's actually it's name the ideas that you'll sleep with a new peripheral in a monitor your sleep patterns apparently as part of the announcement some sleeping snore. Ax will appear in Pokemon go soon. I think that's why I think that's why, but you have to vote Obama take a picture of him sleeping or something or miss out on all of it. So developing new still as all we know right now, but you guys are interested for something help you sleep better, and you want Pokemon help you do it. They got you covered. Moving onto our last article of today, gaming wise. Finally fortnight has just revealed a giant monster. Eyeball under polar peak. Yes. I know there's something under polar peak. If you guys hadn't been near orange of or on top of poor peak, for at least a past couple of days, maybe a week at most you might have heard some screeching or noisemaking or wailing some kind of weird noise going on while an eyeball. Just pop out of it not getting. We're not crying wolf when it comes to theory that giant master was going to invade fortnight Ben through these theories, so many times the past few months. It seems like this day would never come about who. Yes, they is coming ends partially already here. There is. Something living under polar peak in fort night. A very large something has recently been disturbed after that volcanic eruption struck the back of the ice Berg cracking in shaving off some chunks, if you didn't know while. That's when Avakian, we're updated, we are thrown into the future. Yeah. You remember that meteor that would blast that came streaking through the sky. And like it's not gonna hit tilted your tilted hit somewhere polar peak, and then it hit tilted until two blew up. Yeah. While one hit polar peak someone can eyeball popped out, and I actually just confirmed still before going live on the show. My wife was playing some fortnight matches. And she went over to peak to see what was going on. Yeah. There's an eyeball looking around, and if you get close enough to it ill, actually look directly at you, and, well, something is awake. You can currently visit this backside of polar peak and be greeted with a giant. Ball frozen in the ice. Blinks stares Ron at map and actually stares at you. If you get close enough and maybe pushes you away if you're too close, if you knew near twit, it'll follow your own. Now, there are all so rumblings in the surrounding it implying. It stirring in may break free soon. The master at self make noise is that. Some people describe as weirdly cute dolphin sound. But it does seem unlikely. It's going to burst forth end up being friendly that way. My money's betting on it being a drag of some source because we're still trying to figure out what's going on with the dragon eggs in volcano, nothing happened. Aired, I think either the volcano eggs disappeared. Or still there. I haven't double check that. But while case you're wondering theory wise, a monster. Leviathan rumors started all the way back in season. Three when we saw a giant monster footprint on the map. But that went dormant for a while until polar peak arrived, there's a constant theory that the next event will launch a giant world, boss style monster for players to fight yet that never happened. Either epic has been continually testing idea of doing damage to win object across every server implant from the game started with a random iceberg on random island and elevated, a various dig sites on a map last season. And then a giant doing projects like moving room pieces lake device idea that all of it is someday. We're gonna get a huge world boss, that players will be asked to fight in mass with millions of players shooting at it across every platform trying to get through a trillion HP ends up being, but after months of nothing happening, it seems like this wouldn't happen until now. That is all. Really knows is huge. The I've alone is as tall individual players on this thing, emerges from polar peak is going to be massive so a common theories that it's a dragon as I stated as poor P contains what appears to be a number of drag eggs, but epic is full of surprises sodas, maybe some sort of original creation. We don't see coming, not a three that when the master merges, we might end up freezing greasy grove in getting that area back, it also seems very likely that poor peak south has the potential to collapse. If the monster dental makes up the entire core of the iceberg, that's not clear when the next eight of this master reveal will happen, but keep an eye on. Get the I go visit it now again visited Nov, it's glory. There's one still final final theory, falling around with this right, here, it might just be coinciding with the release of Godzilla king of the monsters, and seen at is coming up opening weekend, this weekend, and for nice nearly notes that branding. Deals as of late seem like a little bit more than coincidence. However, I will say, if it got villa, I, I would love to see record yourself playing the match on fortnight. And then when it pops up, and you see, it's got Dila just say zero that'd be awesome 'cause I say all the time whenever I see them. I can't say Godzilla right. It's like every single time with you. Okay. I think the show has been going on a little bit too long. Can we press the button, grabs it all? I'm so glad I got that over with things on TV. He's my producer off screen. Can't see him. He just pulled me out of me saying that horrid word name. I would have been stuck saying it forever. But that wraps up this episode of lace Intech news, Inc for tuning in guys episodes, every weekday except for next week, I'll be on vacation lace. Tech news can be found on every major platform, including apple Spotify, Google YouTube Stitcher, overcast and more. 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A141 Navigating Accountability

Absurdity with Ryan Becker

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A141 Navigating Accountability

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That's s w. e U Dot. Edu Slash APN. Hello and welcome to absurdity where we discuss all things absurd in religion, culture and Society Tony are sitting in my finally finished. Space so Hansi several several dollars of investment went into this I don't want to talk about how much I just don't painful because I'm in debt. I'm not in debt because of this. However, I am in my debt has been perpetuated. For Shaka's. This is money. That didn't go to paying off. into finishing my space, but I'm finally like really happy with with this room, and I don't really have any pain points with it so Yeah, no I'm thrilled you would not graduate from financial. Peace, university right so I'm just saying no, you've. Accurate because my credit cards aren't cut the it's. It's wild, too, because you can, you can be talking out in the hallway and if you're if you talk as you enter the room, your voice like mutes it just. It just like Yep and you're like whoa and kind of closes A. It's actually a little unsettling I once you're. It's like the opposite of the Thunderbird Dorm Room. Correct. In your voice gets like a thousand times louder any. A new apartment now that. Now that no one does carpeting, oh goodness. My House is that way my house would just like. Because I marble marble marble floors, I had tile, flooring and Yeah, you, you. Could I mean it was just. There was no baffling at all, so yeah, no, that this. This is something I've been working on forever and look pro to you if you're doing youtube or you're doing Are you wanting to do podcast stuff? The bulk of your money if you have a thousand dollars to spend, which most of us don't, but if you did. eight, hundred of it or legend is eighty percent of what you spend should be on room. Treatment and twenty percent should be on the microphone because your room. Honestly you put a super nice microphone in a kitchen, and you're gonNA or a bathroom, and you're GonNa hate your life but you put a bad microphone and a well-treated room or even a closet, and you're going to be happy or way happier, so the the room matters more than the microphone and I wish I had learned that sooner but but now we know now. We know PSI plus I have. I have really bad issues with gear gearless. So if I see something, I want it That's why stopped doing photography now. I do videography which is not better. Tube so yeah now, that's much worse On that note, if you are interested in seeing some of the supplementary content, I do to the podcast than you head over to my Youtube Channel juicers for Ryan, Becker and started that up about a couple of months ago, and that's been going really well I'm well on my way to being able to monetize that bad boy with I need a thousand subscribers I'm almost four hundred currently in just two months and I need four thousand watch hours, and I'm almost two thousand so I'm getting there and in two months like honestly in two months like that's really good. I'm super like happy about it, but. so. I don't know if anyone has been paying attention for the last I. Don't know ever forever all of time. Really much I mean yeah, Started existing. Have you absurd? Listeners but? People Open Your eyes people. There is a giant on. The fact that well not for very long, but which by the fact that how absurd and Ironic, it is any Christian to call anyone else sheep. Yeah, I, on, ironically, no, yeah, like like you. If you talk about the sheep and the wolves you're not. You're not the wolves bro. I'm not GonNa lie actually got a post from a former church member that it said it was like opener is people. People don't be sheep and at the moment I see that tagline. Just in case you want to send me anything at least changed the title, so it's like you know. Baby Bunny goes through a field, and then I'll be like. Oh, you got me I got rid crawled into a conspiracy theory, but rob Rick Ashley released a cover of ever long by the FOO fighters. It's incredible like you just. A mole. Youtube Channel. I've been so out of like three weeks ago. It was amazing. You need to try, and if you're listening to this unique, listen to stop what you're doing and listen to it. Welcome back welcome back was. Everything's been crazy and there's been a lot of posts especially with just everything being so politically and kind of. Just just Ashley. Charge. It's it tends to a lot of tension. Yup It's a very tense environment, not that it's bad or good. But it's just tents like everything has more weight win. There's tension in the room and I I. WanNa know I would understand engine as I just I, I went and got a massage today and within. A second of putting of the masseuse putting their hand like on my back, they their literal words were. Oh I've got job security like that. was that was their literal words I I'm not exaggerating. The the woman was like Oh honey. I dropped security dude, I don't know how you don't get a massage everyday like honestly like I I. Remember 'cause. You're having back problems forever ago. In, yeah, this is my life. We're very glad that you're starting on your rodier recovery, but yeah that you get that that. Thank you, you're my name is Daniel. Hi, Ryan! My my my psychotherapist in. Massage Therapists Yeah, no, but I mean there's been. There's been a ton of post that all happened some good. Some have been bad We're GONNA talk about some of the bad ones. in that like so what we want to talk about accountability. The idea of what does what does holding people or institutions accountable for what they do or say a cow. Should that be done? What does what does that framework looked like what are some good examples? What are some bad examples? And and what are some principles for us to follow I think that the absurd thing that we're talking about really is is. The absurd, the absurdity that is the fact that we don't know how to hold people accountable in many cases, or there is just a lack of accountability in general, especially from from. Like your willingness to be held. Accountable should exist prior to the need to be held accountable. Yeah, and the lack of accountability and the lack of a willingness to accept accountability speaks to the fact that most of those we need to hold accountable or never open to it to begin with. We'll end this. Part of the reason why I started to think about this I was listening to absorb one thirty eight with their good friend just goes in who? Talked about First Amendment loss as I was listening to that I. Just I just remember. It just hitting me like man, because I was listening to it right. As a bunch of these different posts were coming out, I thought like people were getting so offended. You know that hall you came. Say Anything and I go. That they're not. To the difference like so we'll talk about a little bit. The difference between like count canceled culture and accountability, but most people don't realize that when you make a public statement like you're inviting accountability. We just do so much now that we don't realize or. Forget. That were opening ourselves up to that. Together like Oh, yeah, no people can totally call me on this now and for the for the for the. I'll say this as far as public statements go public being. Public being anything that is, that is accessible to people. Outside of your network yeah. Yeah and so if now if someone violates privacy in screen shotting your post ensuring that. Story, you should probably still be held accountable for views though. You, if it's something toxic, doing me wrong, there's still accountability there, but we're talking about people who like who facebook post, insect social media post correct someone who willing in. Publicly Yeah, writing and articles and that's I. Mean that's one part of it, and there's a bunch of other parts who will go through, but to me that that's the biggest thing is just looking at this idea of a we need to I. Think really define what accountability looks like because without that. It's just going to be. We're just GONNA. Keep having this craziness going on So. We've got what will what will do is we'll we'll? We'll launch into this guy I was talking about three. Big examples of big recent examples, one of which we have to be kind of careful about yeah we need to be careful and cautious as we approach all of these just for the sake of our own care, but Yeah, we're. GonNa, we're GONNA. Talk about actually four. I'm sorry for four examples recently of stuff the first one being someone that both both Tony and I are. both Tony and I are connected to yeah, which is a former professor of ours from our time at southern. Now he is fully retired. and I do need to clarify that my statements on this are going to be limited because of the the very nature of a conflict of interest here in that I work at southern So there's a way you're so I'm GONNA I'm GonNA explain this, but essentially he made a post on. facebook on facebook that had some pretty pretty racist undertones to it, basically talking about the evils of Liberation Theology and the black lives. Matter Organization and espousing the of Jesus believes that all lives matter, and I'll tell you about how a seventh day adventist he is an adventist should not be engaging in these sort of movements, and he references of a quote by one of the four, the the the forefront leaders in early leaders of seventy adventists. Who considered a prophet within our denomination, and references quote that a lot of the all lives matter crowd tends to use within adventists. Quote that says that Jesus kept aloof of earthly governments and how handled political conversations and things like he he yeah, and so the usual argument. Here's the argument that he used which is essentially that the the true solution to racism is, and these issues is is Jesus changing the heart and transforming the person, and we need to not get involved with political movements, but instead we need to We need to a introduce people to Jesus essentially. And but it it did so while almost going out of its own way to be like Oh and black lives matters Marxist, and this is correct like he was incorrect in the Marxism. He also in correcting. Incorrect like he was incorrect. In that black lives, matter is about Marxism. It's not the closest thing you could argue socialism. He was incorrect in what Marxism is. Because again. He was talking about socialism, and then he was incorrect in. Liberation Theology Yep, so it was. It was like wrong on. And what's interesting is like. I had like other people with PhD's. In those areas like call him out and be like. No, you're wrong here here here and here. but that liked that was the initial that was the initial push was like. Oh, we should do this instead, but like all the science going out, play the. Are Your sources are incorrect? Bro Like? The Scientific Matthews to get their arithmetic. Yep, absolutely and I think So here's here's what I. It's easy for me to speak out against this because he did this as a former. A retired professor, and today southern as an institution did issue statements that have been received very very. Con- they've been very controversial by nature Here's review and here's what I'm going to say about that, which is you're not going to hear my opinion on southern statement or southern's handling of this? Because part of this accountability is the fact that because I work at southern, I have access to and knowledge of the inner channels in order to advocate for something that I feel is important whether good or bad. and. Those are the channels that I opt to use when I know that they exist and I work in belong to the institution. If this was an institution that I was away from that. I have no. I have no. News Avenue, then that's where public accountability comes into play in my mind and you know we'll get into this more, but for me. You're not going to hear my opinion on that on this show or on my channel or anything because that's not. that's not even I think. About it correct, and it's not even the prince following the biblical principles in my mind as far as trying to resolve things, right the way we try and resolve things, so that's what I'll say about that. However with Dr Martine, specifically This was not A. Wise move from and on top of that. He was deleting comments of people that were critical of him. He was also deleting disrespectful comments, which is fine, which is fine I? Mean Yeah, but I I kinda get. Yeah I read through a lot of those concert I'm like. I kinda get where they're coming from. But yeah. I I also like yeah, my biggest issue. Missing some people who were trolling, but the problem was he deleted or started. There were some people who were straight up like trolling. The problem! Is He deleted? Those who are trolling in those who were just like? Not. Respectful if that makes sense or Like the humidity disagreeing with him and use strong language. That's different anyone. He perceived disrespect him. Which for him? Respect is everything and respect is given not earned. His respect is earned, but respect of him is given Yeah, that's how you get. No respect from from him is earned. Respect you, but you must respect. And, honestly my biggest issue aside from the post itself was in one comment, which was deleted on, but screen shotted He missed someone's legitimate claims in concerns over his article and the kind of racial undertones of it, by essentially comparing how many people he's baptized at how many people they've baptized and That's like. That is not from that spiritual abuse. You know because the answer was purple. Aliens don't wear hats so clearly. I have the correct I've you hear like the had nothing to do so that was. That's an example of accountability done wrong in that People tried to hold accountable and tried to call him on these action in on his words, and they didn't listen, and and not only the visual in this in this point and I think the other thing was. When you make a post like that. You are inviting, and this was not. It seemed to me again. I haven't had a conversation with him about this, but it seemed to me that he was saying like. Oh, I didn't do this or you could just yell at me and it's like no, no, no, no, when you make post on a forum like Facebook, you're essentially saying an opening yourself up to giving permission to getting yelled at. That's the oven. Now, if you WANNA make it on. I hate to say fortune by you know what I mean like. Four or even a sub read it. WHERE OKAY YOU'RE! GonNa, have moderators there you're going to have you know if you want to go on the I, you know our. I think Buckley's matter is. Marxist celebrated then go for it, and it'll be received their almost WANNA say are the Donald by one offend people so. It doesn't exist. Anybody does I. You know if you WANNA go. Are you know Donald? Go for it, but the point is you know if you want to do it in that area gopher when you do it in on Facebook, where anybody who and he did a publicly like it wasn't like he close friends or anything like. Publicly. You're opening yourself up and so. That was that kind of thing is like you're gonNA. Get disrespectful comments. You're going to do that because people took it in a disrespectful way. Some people didn't and they were like you're just wrong. Some people took it as disrespectful. And that's what happens when you make a public and I think that's one big thing that kind of. Our generation. Is Somewhat. Aware of and younger generations are a little bit more aware of. so I'd say maybe a little bit Zuma's maybe a little bit Gen Z., but not so older, generation, and really young like really young kids don't realize still as we didn't when we were their age that you're inviting yourself up to. Criticism and scrutiny when you do that. An older generation cameras and get it either. They're like I don't understand. I'm just putting my personal opinions like yeah, but you put it out on. What's essentially a giant newspaper? Yep you walked out onto a sidewalk, yelled out into your driveway, yelled something in your neighborhood and then got mad when people talk back at your like yelled back virtual soapbox You know that's why I always said I love twitter, because it's just me screaming into avoid, and then people start actually following me and listening to like Oh. I can't do that anymore, so. It was just that kind of thing where it's like Oh. Yeah, like you have to be you know this is for real anything that gets written down or recorded. You know is forever. another good example of this is. Nick Cannon recently got fired by Viacom. He drops Viacom for some antisemitic remarks He also made anti white marks in this remarks in in his podcast I think the podcast is called canons class. I don't remember but There's there's about a two minute clip where he talks about on Melanie peoples being Being lesser and being being closer to savage's and yeah I just, and he basically took like all the horrible terrible stereotypes that white take people, and then flip that and now tell you there from what I understand. It wasn't from an ironic point of view. There's actually a legitimate book he was referencing to I. Forget what the but like there's A. There's a body of work on this that he was referencing. However, they also made antisemitic remarks of which I don't remember exactly what was said, but they defended those those remarks by basically saying that Semitic peoples were. were dark, skinned so by like what they're saying isn't racist. Because the true Semitic people, this was their defense him and his guests professor. Griff is what the guy goes by the true Semitic. Peoples were dark, so so they're like by definition. What they said wasn't racist. Or prejudice, and that's where. I'm not. Getting the reverse racism argument. Not, whatever he said inflammatory remarks. That's what that's ultimately. What that was was inflammatory remarks, and when called on held accountable, he said no I'm good. Somebody's GonNa come in and. If I'm wrong, but I'm not wrong. I'm not essentially and That is where then Viacom dropped and Viacom owns comedy central so wild than out. Here they also own like, is it? America's got talent I'm pretty sure Viacom. NB. something. Yes, I think so so yeah, the. Anything on comedy central. Now see that that's the we bearing on a lot of stuff for a while so so there's a couple of God examples. Kind of head into the next one with a good example. Of Accountability not about you know people saying so similar to this before this I think like a week or a few days before to Sean, Jackson who's a wide receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles, that's American football. He may so he made an instagram video. so we have a facebook post. We have a podcast at and we have an instagram video in this instagram video. He used a comment that attributed to Hitler talking about how The Jews will take over America. If if the negroes his this is a quote, aren't aware of it, and they will blackmail and control, so he made that call, and then he made a couple other instagram posts or videos ahead remember exactly basically where he was like praising Louis Farrakhan. lose for those of you know nation of Islam leader and an avowed anti-semites, and so. Basically, he the owners of the Eagles who are Jewish and a lot of Jewish people around the nation. We're like yeah, that's not cool. they? They basically sat down and this is what is interesting. They held him accountable and he said you know what. I Apologize. I WANNA learn. So. He has I. Don't know if he has accepted an invitation from. Julian Eshelman who is a wide receiver, same sport with the New England patriots who is of Jewish descent to go to the Holocaust? Museum I believe he is accepted. He is met with some rabbis to talk about Not, not only why his remarks were. kind of offensive to learn about the Jewish people and issues. And then he's going to I believe. He has accepted an invitation to go to offshoots. In in. Austria Poland Poland. Anyway the content former concentration camp. He's accepting mutation so. This is an example where. The individual who made? Famous, it is pulling you the mid. You'd think after all the. Anyway The guy had to look it up to. Don't. Feel bad. Which is what I'm saying yeah. but basically these individuals. The first you did not listen. They did not apologize this guy to Sean. Jackson listened. He say this I didn't realize how hurtful this was gonNA BE I. Don't WanNa do this. I WANNA be educated. Right That is. The importance of accountability, right and so we're talking about like why. All right so before we keep going. Let's talk about what accountability actually right, so yeah. As we do on our joe talk about accountability so. korean-american Webster got three definitions. None of them are super helpful, but they kind of give a full picture when altogether so the first one Merriam Webster's has an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility or to account for one's actions, right, so that's accountability. Cambridge says it's an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility or to account for one's actions, so it's. Kind of along the same line, but then Oxford said the fact or condition of being accountable. Or responsibility. Right or semi colon responsibility so when you take it in this particular way to me, it says okay. It's not only being. Willing. To have somebody. Call you and hold you to the statements or Promises that you make. But it's also as the on the other side, being willing to hold someone to their statements or actions and and promises that they make. To me, I think those are the types of things so like I, you know some characteristics. Of Accountability right what it actually is. it requires an invitation or permission Either publicly or privately you, you have to have permission. From. The initial party rates from the person from the person who you would stay. You would be holding accountable. They have to have some sort of implied or You know implicit or explicit invitation, or just permission granted for you to to to be held accountable for you to hold them accountable, and this is why, not that it was right, but the the situation with the clippers owner a long time ago. was kind of controversial, not because what he said was. Right it wasn't it was terrible. Donald, summer other remember his name, but because he said that in a closed environment and then somebody took something, he said in a closed environment and made it public. It wasn't something he made public and somebody else made a public without his permission. Was a terrible what he said. Yes, should even you know forced to sell the team? Absolutely all that is correct, but it was that idea of. Dow was not permission, so it was out of the the person was out of their. In making that public I'm now. They did what they felt they needed to believe. It was an ex girlfriend and just said like you know this is terrible and. You know I i. You know I don't want to keep the secret anymore, but that's idea of like you know you. You have to get permission real accountability. Healthy Accountability has to require permission Yup, absolutely and Typically that that definitely does come out of that out of like that personal. Relationship like a one like that one to one. Like. I know people who've tried to hold me accountable to something that I never gave them permission to speak to. Like there was no like. For example I've made you know I, did grow up going to private schools and there have been times. Not just time have been times where I've I've openly. You know given a prayer request. And then had someone who, either like a guest speaker in that class, or whatever approach me afterwards, trying to tell me how to actually deal with whatever the problem is that I gave a request for? They have zero context of my life. They have Syria, but they were. They were and if they believed so for example One person asked me if I eat cheese and then talked about how that's portraying adventist health message and tried to hold me accountable to whatever his espoused version of health is, and that was like that's what I'm saying when you. Come down and shoving sharp Cheddar. That's right. Sharp, Cheddar! It had to cut. You know I really had to make that cut deep. Smart mouth just doesn't get the point, yes. So. Yeah, like that's the kind of thing that is really toxic to me and and. I would say now I'm forgetting if we what it isn't yet, we haven't right. No, we haven't talked about it isn't. The you know. We're in time about what it isn't. I don't know why just had a brain fart there? But the the truth of this is that. Accountability in some way, shape or form. Does involve at least the first one. The problem is that complete accountability or holistic accountable? Concerned so. Ability in other words. accountability isn't just telling someone that they're wrong or that. They're doing something wrong. Right that it it holistic or healthy accountability. Will include that. Yeah, step one. but it doesn't It doesn't just stop there. No, it doesn't stop and that's kind of the the point. It also isn't yelling at someone who offended you. Because that is projecting a subjective experience. Onto A in. I don't want to say. Objective issue though that can be the case, but like if what they're doing is specifically within the realm of causing offence to you if someone is speaking out. If, if you just see. If someone just post something on facebook right their personal page. It's not an open letter statement they just you know they share a video or something like that, and and it offends you. You have no context to them right? You don't understand what's going on. And it's not I. WANNA say offensive like it's not offensive to a of people. It's like Oh, I disagree with you. I guess that's a better word that you disagree with. Not necessarily that offends you but something that you disagree with. You can't just. You can't just hold them the holding them accountable. It's not accountability because they have an open themselves up to you in that way And also because especially to me, I think that's the other difference. Right, if you. Something like cultural appropriation. If I were to put a picture on instagram or twitter. By taking in something that is publicly known. I'm holding myself accountable to the public however. If I'm doing something on my own there. You disagree with voting by mail reading a book that thing about the cheese right? That's not you. You can't just come up and just say well. You shouldn't eat cheese. Holding me accountable, that's just creating conflict. I can do. You can do that, but just know that that's not gonNA. You're not actually holding that person accountable. You might think you are, but you're actually not. You're just starting to fight correct and that's. I think. The I think the other issue. Is that like like I? Think I'll be okay so. I think what you've said is is really important so. It's starting a FI and lords accountability. What isn't is poor intentions break a true accountability not only seeks to resolve the situation it does. It also seeks the restoration of the other person or the education and building up of the other person. Right Accountability would hopefully mean that everyone involved would be better off at the end of the. At the end of the confrontation, or at the resolution of the situation, because and this is the thing like accountability is confrontational by nature I've had friends who held me accountable for stupid posts I've made. and I'm delighted that are like dude. Thank you so much. Yeah, absolutely, right our man, thank you so much so the confrontational by nature, but the confrontation isn't. In of itself the goal. Correct, the goal is to make the situation better or to educate right, so, but you do. Have to confront, but that's not the end goal, and this is why sometimes it is necessary that accountability does require the removal of someone from their platform, or from the avenue that they have to harm you, because if they are unwilling to see the air, the harm are causing, or they believe that they are right in causing that harm. Then the the priority goes to the people they are harming right. The priority goes to the victim not to not the perpetrator. If they are unwilling to learn and grow and correct their actions. Then they must be removed from a situation where they could cause more harm because by causing more harm. They're also harming themselves like this is what I like. This is what annoys me when people say oh, well, you know I if we if we if we tell them that they can't work here. Because of their racist attitudes of the sexist attitudes, or because they they you know insert x inappropriate behavior here then then like that's ruining. Their lives were ruining their lives. If we do that, no, we're not. They ruined their lives by the actions they took, and by the way they responded once rightfully called out and be held accountable for those actions and. If, you allow them to continue with those actions, not only are you ruining the lives of the people who are affected by them, but Russia ruining their life because. They are not being made aware that that behavior is inappropriate. Or if they are there if they know it is. Not being shown that are consequences for that type of behavior. So if I agree and there's a little controversial, but if I go on twitter and and twitter says hey, you're not allowed to say the word sway. On I'm no say my shirt says sway on it I. Realize you soon as you said you're not allowed to say the word swam there and I and say you know what twice race was expressway. I've agreed. Going on this public platform and entered into contract that I'm not going to see this that this is not okay. It's right for people to hold me accountable that. Or put on a personal side if I just say you know what I don't think it's right to say the word sway. And? My Buddy knows this and here's me. Say this right. And then I go sway, and he hears me, and he goes dude I come on man. You know you're not supposed to say that. That's accountability. Now it doesn't have to be terrible, but it's A. It's a promise that I have made either to myself or to someone else, and you're keeping me to see you're making me answer account for what I've said and done it. Yeah, absolutely, so why? Why would you say accountability is so important? To me I the first thing is you cannot have. Well over this way, accountability can bring an incredible amount of healing when it's. Done in the right way, right so any twelve step program. We'll tell you. you have to have an accountability partner. If, you are dealing with any kind of addiction. It is almost impossible. To do it. On Your own. you have to be able to have someone that you trust. That is able to confront you. or help you as needed in that way and the hold you accountable to that the best example I can think of this is actually how you and I steve became such great friends. We said Hey. Let's meet up every day sophomore year and the boy's dorm under at the basement they had this a game room and some TV's people will go down and hang out. Play Sports You know, watch you know. You Know Basketball Games or whatever? And we would go there every day and talk about. What we had done in our devotions that day, and those away specifically keep each other accountable, because if we didn't have anything to say, became glaringly obvious right away and if you didn't do it as well, you just make up. You just say you had a headache and you can't come down. As we did we just, you're just sick. Intramural game. But it was so cool to me because we actually each other accountable that you know when we would come down and was like hey. What did God say an I know for me. I. Specifically, there were days where. I would like in the middle of the day. You know my lunch, break or whatever be like you know what I need to get. I need to get in the word. We talked about how hard it is to to get into the word of God every day as a Christian. I mean it's just a it's it's. As a student, Yup especially when you're studying it and you're reading the Bible all the time, but not for your personal life to do it as a devotional work, it's difficult and so we were holding each other. That's a positive way. We were able to bring healing and growth in our life, not necessarily healing ball say growth in our life because we each other cannibal. That's why it's so important the other reason why it's so important. Is because holding people accountable. Is a form of protection for them and for the people that they might be harming. That type of conflict and that type of confrontation. Is sometimes necessary to keep people who. Will continue to do harm from doing that Yup. And Desi only way as the only way. They're not gonNA be stopped by ignoring them to not going to. You know they're just gonNA. Keep doing that, so you have to say you know what? You have to be held to account. There have to be consequences. That's that's the thing that like in my head. When I was hearing Joseph tournaments say either like society has rules. I can go in and say whatever I want, but then if I get punched in the face, I can't scream. Oh well. It was my right to say that it's like yeah, that's where accountability steps in is Yep. Yeah, you can sure say or do this thing. You have that ability, but I also have the ability to punch. In the face I have. To do that and so to me, that's where accountability comes in Yeah, well I would agree. I think there is no justice. And there is no safety without without accountability and I think this is a good place for me to fit. fit in the for example here which is so. Many people I'm an Avid Gamer I love and when I say Avid Gamer I. Don't mean like I play just like FBI's like Colin. New nerd what I mean is. I play no I play. your lot I play sparrows. That's my big thing right now. I played competitive poem on I've done I played like memos I. Play Legends like I you know I followed the I? Follow the pro scene in Stroz. Yeah, and for for, and recently with when I say recently we were recording this on July fifteen, but this happened over the last month I'd say twenty over the last month starting in June, basically a flood of sexual assault and abuse allegations that FL- that that that just took the community by storm, it started with one person coming out about how he was sexually abused and harassed by a fourteen year old when he was four bar a twenty four year old when he was fourteen, the twenty four year old was was a female. And of prominent member of really literally face of the smash, community, and kind of the pro scene from that. and. He did it via twitter longer and from that began this massive flood of accusation when I say massive flood I mean think huge think over the dam break over fifty at least players were accused in with with with receipts by the way in one case, literally receipts as someone tried to buy their silence, their victims silence The by over fifty players accused. There was a mega thread on the smashed. Like you know tracking everything and you know sponsors given three of who are considered kind of the top players of recent years one of the best player of all time. He has a fifty six fifty four tournament win streak on fifty four tournaments in a row, one in smash without ever being until it was finally broken by a ironically the person that broke that also got accused but three of. Of the top four players essentially were accused and are out of the scene, one of them was out of the months ago from a separate thing, but yeah, three out of the four top four players gone, and then a whole host of others gone I'm talking like these were faces of the community Nintendo had features of the of some of them one person was was outed for a a sexual. What's happening a lot? I know where I was at work. Her her good. One. Person was outed for for essentially sexual activity with a fifteen year old when he was twenty. And even after this came out, even though the fifteen year old pursuit him. Does it matter twenty year old? It was one night it was one time in a hotel room during during a smash event and honestly like. While that's terrible and inexcusable and unforgivable. What's even worse on top of that? Is You know five years later or however long later it is He then tried to when all these other allegations were coming out the pro player. Who did that was tried to. Call these all of the accusations against him a rumor and tried to pay off in the in the order of thousands of dollars payoff his victim for science for his silence, and then the very next day the victim came out with it. Anyway Guys gone from the scene base an end like the the overwhelming response from the community has essentially been. We hope that you get better. Like we hope that you are become a better person and change for the better out of this, but we also hope that you do it outside like, but you do it. You're going to do that outside of this community. You are no longer welcome here. We do not care how good you are. We do not care about your skill your out. And now there are some that have transitioned into content creation, and those that follow like just their youtube channels, or whatever like one of them has a million subs on YouTube like that guy's not going to lose much. He's not going to make videos for awhile, but like his content. the there are still some people that will follow him, but as far as the pro smash community, and those that really taken seriously it's he's out change. They're all out and outside an out of this whole thing. Tournament organizers are now starting to put policies in place in rules in place and. Protection place there. The reality is Nintendo never supported the scene, so it was always deregulated, and so you had all this, and it's a game of community. It's a game kids, so you had kids that grew up in this scene mentoring, and then mentoring other people and new kids, and so you had hotel. You had people to tournaments together. Staying in Hotel Rooms Together yet underage drinking. You had all these parties going on because you had people who grew up in this community with very little, parental or adult supervision and oversight, and now those people who don't understand proper boundaries or attractions or anything. Because this has been their life are and didn't have the mentorship to to to deal with. That are now now. They're predators without realizing that that's what they've become. They see it as as a normal interaction, almost and and for some. They knew what they were doing, and still did it anyway, but and then tried to cover it up and re what made it so bad wasn't just the allegations themselves, but so many of them tried to lie tried to mislead. Try To admit to just a little in order to appease the anger and one one per one player sixty four page Google document detailing everything that he had done. It was this stuff is was rough That's why it's important. Because if that had never come out. You'd still have predatory behavior happening and he would he would have. These players allowed to be given a platform, and and held in high esteem, having done terrible things to people and. US Not. Really being sure if that was going to continue or not from them, and while for some of them did happen in their past it and they never they they never face the consequences for it. They never owned up to it until it was until it came out outside of their. You know until they were forced into a position to admit it or to to talk about it, and just it's it is gross Yeah, and if this had never come out, those people would still be allowed to roam the community free. And able to predatory allies and pray on children, minors and anyone else in the scene. Well and It's so important. For a society to be able to do that. You know I think about it. It sounds ridiculous, but. You know. It's Kinda like the emperor has no clothes moment. We may not have monarchy in our system, but we definitely have power stretchers that are similar to that that sometimes you need. You, know people just won't call. People out or Oldham task hold them accountable. Because of those power dynamics. Of course you know, we don't know about that and the church at all. Not at all, not at not at all, but you have to have that and I think that's important thing so to me. You know how you do that. Right number one. Have people that you're that you are willing to hold you accountable. that did not let me let me come I. Know What you're saying. I'll give. Have people in your life. That you are willing to have hold you accountable there. We go nailed it. Well at at the LAS, other words have people in your life that care about your growth and your entire person rather than just your friendship with them. Yeah, and that's hard to do now. Here's the thing you have to give them permission to hold you accountable. You apt absolutely have to. You know for me. I have. Very luckily quite a few people in my life that can do that. But I think about some of the struggles. That I've had that I have kept private and. Now that I have those people in my life that I'm able to do that with. It's actually hard to share because I, know, they will hold me accountable, and I have to. It's forcing me to grow and reveal those parts of my life that I don't want. To Show Yep because I, am like you know what this is. It's I need I need them. To let me grow and in order to do that. have to be completely transparent, so it's made me more transparent. It's been more aware of what I'm doing. It's stopping. You know these these either negative behaviors behaviors that I don't want to do. I'll be honest like I. IT sounds really stupid, but I am a sugar, Hollick. I've put on. Basically sixty pounds since college. And I'm like you know what I want to start losing weight. I WANNA cut sugar off in my life. I wanted exercising more. and so I have people in my life. That I've been asking. Hey I need you when I go out. Don't let me order a drink. That some they do you know if I'm out Let me or dessert? I will fight you. I will forget you know you have to confront me. It's not going to think about it, but I. Do I didn't even just give her mission. I ain't even just invite like I. Rocked it like yeah like I said you have to do this. I am begging. You You know you have to home because I will, I will naturally not do this and. Do stop letting me drink sprayed outside of mealtimes, and in the Khan and us in the time that you've been over here and we've been recording of drink, too. Yeah so I, always doing well I want say. Allahu. Number skidding. Rumors get started at No, like really like that's. That's the idea is like. Yeah, you have to have some news. Just it sounds dumb. but how something like that and start with something small. Because when you start opening up about those type of things, then you can start opening up about bigger things, and and then that becomes. Much much easier to open, not because all of us have parts of our life. That I'm sure we're like I'd rather not. Reveal that to the world, but you have to have somebody you have have somebody that is able to sit there and be like. Hey, dude! You've been playing, you know. That video game are pinching net flicks. Haven't gone outside you know you. You're stressing out your spiraling those types of you need a dude. At when was the last time you've been to the dentist or was the last time you? Had A doctor's appointment. He needs those type of people in your life That are willing to hold you accountable and can do it out of a player relationship. The other big thing how we do it. Right is when people make public statements. Sake in Francis I just former professor. We have to hold them in a way. That reveals why. This is inappropriate What. We can't control how they do it, but we have to do away that not only show because again. What's the ultimate goal? The ultimate goal is in convincing the other person that my beliefs for better a year beliefs Iran. Does that the goal? The ultimate goal is to bring about growth in the situation. So if I can't make you grow I, should at least make the community grow And so when you do it in a way, that isn't just Inflammatory back right when you don't fight fire with fire, but you fight it with a cold. When you fight it with a cold dead, I'd stare as you breathe in your. Luke are now when you when you when you do it from factual places. I meant to from a place. That's not just emotional You're able to show people like this why this is not a case or even if it is with emotions, but the those emotions are. You know. Say like with John. Jackson's comments dude, these my ancestors, six million. A managers were killed. You this. This is why it hurts. Kind of Jerem options are used as a as a tool I. Understand yes. Yes not just as a way to to vent. Or to get you know. Get back at them so to me. I think that's. Not the other way around. Yes, exactly and so. I think that's so important because that if it that's how we do it well, and if it is someone that you know personally There is a time that you do obviously speak out you know if. Something that publicly harms people. however at the same time. If it is someone that you can address privately, and that will be more like you should pick the most effective rapid resolution. That, based off of your your. Your conversations are based off of your relationship with them, and like that's the that's the point is the relationship really will dictate a lot of how you decide to go about confronting them, and you like I should be willing and Tony. Do you know that this is true for me and I know is true for you that we would be willing to risk the friendship. In the short term for your betterment in the long term you're going to be if you're going to be friend. If you're going to be angry at me and you're gonNA, hate the like this is. This is my my role with with friends who were talking about depression and suicide and high school I was like look. You hate me. You hate me for the rest of your life if you wanted to for telling as long as as as you have the life to hate me during bright like Jeff like as long as you have the life. The Hey. You can get over the hey. We can move past, but we can't move past. You being debt when you're seventy. We can talk. You have to get there first. And obviously I want that to be a good life I. Don't WanNa. Be Yeah, of course, but like I don't want. Survive depressed that entire time never situation resolved better leave, but I. You know that's That's my idea. There I'd rather you hate me for now, but be alive for for longer and I and that's a fair for me to make and Tony. There was something that was that serious like yeah, absolutely I do that but also because I kind of hate you know. that kind of you don't kind of true, because hate is a form of love since I am obsessed with you, That's fair, but no. I do think it is important. The way you the way you approach the conversation as well the town. You should know what. Will Work and ask ahead of time like now is the time when your friend. Your closest friends haven't done anything wrong. You haven't done anything wrong. Now is the time to ask them. How can I hold you accountable and to tell them? Here's how you can hold me accountable, but don't say X. Y. or Z. Because I have a trauma. That's related to that or I. Have Issues with like in other words. Teach you teach people how to treat you. So, teach them. And help them teach you. One of the coolest moments that I I remember We have a very close friend of ours mutual friend of ours There was basically decision was made within the church. That was very harmful to to them personally. and. They wrote a long kind of open ladder and and I remember before. They, posted it. They sent it to I. Believe it was. you and I both in another person. Because they wanted to say, Hey, you know. Is this too far to get across? What I'm trying to say and. It was a form of accountability and I remember when I got that. That I feeling of. How! It it. It was so neat to have that bond to know that we were that close that they were willing to give me permission to say because they were. They were open. If I had said you know what this is, you need to tone this down. Need you know this isn't the right. Places isn't right time. It wasn't. Or that you know they was fine and I said. Hey, you know, go with it. I think it was really eloquent. You Know I. Think this is Great. Go for it, but at the time. It was like they were totally willing for that to happen. That's how can ability needs to work yup. As far as steps when you find someone that you aren't relationship with start privately I would say that start privately, and then if they don't you know for for Christians and we talked about this podcast before, but you know what that confrontation started the Matthew Eighteen right start privately, and then if that doesn't work, then bringing other people I'd say that's that I wrote talk to them and see if you can resolve. Resolve it without Kinda shaming them, and then get to that point. Where Hey, if they're not listening to it in this behavior is continuing on this is if this is doing that, then hold them accountable to the public. You Know Yep and especially if it's a public statement, the way I think this is worth mentioning. It's worth mentioning anytime. We talked about this. It's going to be a aside, but like it's vital. If the person, you're holding accountable. has privately victimized someone else in the area of abuse, sexual harassment or assault? Oh, absolutely anything in which they have have imbalanced their power dynamic, and and like traumatized someone or done anything that could be construed as traumatizing than it is vital that accountability does not does not include putting the abuser alone in a room with their victim. So. Any method or form of accountability does not include putting them in that position again nor does. Party that is that is on the abuser or perpetrators side It is neutral or victims side in most likely it would be victims side because. the yeah, it's. It's about rebalancing that power dynamic. You wouldn't make someone who wouldn't make. someone who was a victim of a mugging, face their mugger and ask them for an apology. Don't do it for abuse victims. That's not how Matthew, that's not Matthew Eighteen Yeah Matthew eighteen is if a brother in equal sins against, and that's where that accountability supposed to take place correct I can only hold you accountable if there's a dynamic that you end by inviting someone, you're considering them as an equal Yep, and if I as the king quote, unquote say to you, Hey, I, need you gesture. The gesture has the authority and that comes down to that that to bring this full circle with our with the first example. We brought up this episode with our professor. the issue that I have the reason I. have that big issue with him? Talking about the number of baptisms he has which is in the thousands. According to him is that he uses that to intentionally establish that in holding in you trying to hold them accountable. You are not equal to him. Because you, don't have the track record in history. He has therefore. You don't have the authority to speak on the matters that he does. And so you by definition, you cannot hold them accountable because he views himself as above you. Yup, better than or more qualified than so there is like now. That being said we hold them accountable as a public and the way that that power dynamic gets balanced, again is because of the public. Yes, is because of the group that's the power that social media has given us, but we do need to use it responsibly many. We are many that and I think that that's that's what's so important, is that? As, as a society, we can balance out that power we can, and that's what's important by I think that. You know. For me, accountability can be such a powerful tool. If. It's used in the right way You know I don't know where Jackson is going I. Don't know where I mean really any of these stories. But I hope that in the in the case of the smash community that you know the healing continues. And people are able to enjoy this game and and culture that they that brings so much joy in their lives that they're able to do that in a healthy way, and I also hope that Jackson learns. And he's able to to. Become a better person because of this. Because he was willing to listen and be held accountable And you guys were able to find someone. To that that you trust enough to do that? to hold you accountable to to. Hold you to growth or promises you know Baptism weddings. Professions of faith. You know those are all. Accountability statements, and and it's important for people to hold as a society, and then also as individuals for us to grow to be able to hold people to that and so. Be Willing to do that. Be Willing to hold people accountable and be willing to be held accountable and. You know. Let's keep talking about it. Yep, absolutely so. Thanks for listening to this Hopefully, we'll be back to a regular release schedule. Obviously, this has been if you don't know it just an emotionally turmoil. Emotionally a turmoil listrik does not a word, but it's a roller coaster. It's been a roller coaster for me If you don't know our the show's producer did pass away just if just several weeks ago, and with the reason we haven't released any episodes is because I hadn't been able to resume the editing, and he was a close friend of mine as well and that was. It was hard for me to sit down and face that like I. Put it off I didn't to. To do it so I do apologize for it I know we were just taking a break, and then we what seems like another break I do apologize. Hopefully. We're over that Hump, but Thank you for your patients in sticking with us. and thank you for listening You can support the show by heading over to network dot com slash, donate or the absurdity dot org slash. Donate and go check out the channel as well. Thank you so much for listening and we'll see next week.

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#580: Will Clemente on the Re-Accumulation Phase Is Almost Over

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#580: Will Clemente on the Re-Accumulation Phase Is Almost Over

"What's up everyone. is anthony lonzo. Most of you know me as pomp. You're listening to the podcast. Simply the best podcast out there now. Let's kick this thing off will clemente's a finance major at east carolina. University is quickly. Become one of my favorite writers on all things. Bitcoin including deep dives on various on chain analytics. You can subscribe to will's new email newsletter by clicking on the link and the description in this conversation we discussed strong hands. Accumulating futures open interest minor selling three accumulation phase and bitcoin price action. I really enjoyed this conversation with will. And i hope you do as well before we get into this episode though. I want to quickly talk about. Our sponsors first up is readily back to the basics. Second i've partnered with revolut a finance app in the united states and the uk that say that the simplest way to access crypto and now they're putting their money where their mouth is. You can sign up today. 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All views of him guests on his podcast are show their opinions and do not reflect the opinions of pomp investments. You should not treat any opinion expressed by pomp or his guests as a specific inducement to make up particular investment or follow a particular shaggy but only as an expression of his personal opinion. This podcast is for informational purposes. Only all right guys bang bang got will here. We're gonna go over on chain metrics every single saturday will what's going on man a much just taking it easy enjoying the hot weather Aerobics coupon. i'm doing well buddy all right. Let's get into it. Bitcoin seems to be just ranging Still but it looks like there's a whole bunch of stuff that you've been able to take out of the unchain metrics this week so where you wanna start. Yes i guess we can just kinda start with the price action. I think we had come a funny week where we just kept ranging sideways Last week we had talked about how we are just sitting in this range between thirty two and forty k And we kinda drawn this this triangle pattern which i saw a lot of other traders on twitter. We're looking at his. Well bring this up because we finally had a breakdown out of that which was funny because you expect the breakdown But immediately saw a reversal so they coined did the complete opposite of what everybody expected it to do. But nonetheless we had sweep down to arrange lows around thirty one k And then we had kind of this sharp rebound into today where we're sitting around thirty seven k so price actualize. We did get a strong bounce off of the offers range lows So that's a good thing. And then another like non chain thing. I think it's it's interesting to watch how bitcoins been reacting a little bit differently to news. I think for a while you had you know bad news in price with tank. Good news when really do anything. Now you have good news is is a seemingly pushing price up in in bad news. Isn't doing much damage though. I think just kind of from like a fundamental analysis standpoint like that. That's something that i've noticed that it's changed over the last week But in a overall. I think what what i was really trying to get at in the newsletter. This week is that we're kind of in this reaccumulation process We talked about you. Know where kind of consolidating. And it's it's gonna take a while After we had that original dome it was gonna take for those that lose supplies kind of find a new home But i think this week you're you're starting to see some of that Supply move into Accumulation and so we can we can kind of get into the different metrics but that's kind of like the high level of dot it. Let's start with sopa. Maybe it reminded us. What soper is what you saw this week there. Yes sober something that we've touched on almost every week. I feel like it's pretty much. The net profit of the coins that are trading on any given day When when you have a the ratio is over one. That means that the coins trading profit under one means that they're trading at a loss and so For anybody looking at the newsletter and i think we'll have charts in this video you can see We we had this big draw down in in sober And it was the largest draw down since march of last year which off the bat is good because you have this big reset of profit taking but then we have another draw down With those two days ago an answer that showing that what looks like to be a double bottom In kind of a higher low which is something to look for And then also you have a higher low in the in the oscillators while you have a lower low in price so Like a lot of technical analysts will will recognize this. This is a bullish divergence so you have higher higher low of in off later in the lower low in price Bearish divergence would be higher high in price Lower low in the hospital later. But we have that. Were back over the one threshold in And then also just making making it it. Higher low double bottom sober looks pretty good. I would like to see it stabilize above one though and then possibly if we had a big draw down to see one at serve as a as support Throughout the bull market usually serves other than major corrections usually serves as that That that bounce threshold because You know in a raging bull market. People aren't to really want to sell a loss. So you really need a big swing in momentum We seen over the last few weeks to get people to to start still at a loss but drought the bull market. In in most of the corrections we'd had Sobered bounced off one so to see us kind of consolidate above one and then if we had a big downswing for for that that threshold to that one threshold to service a support beat. That'd be really bullish in my eyes but so far sober looks pretty good got it and then there's this really interesting relationship between short term holders long-term holders that That you've identified. Maybe explain that a little bit. Yes so this has been another trend that we've been keeping an eye on But for while we had been saying that the short term holders were outselling long-term others. So if you look at it like a month change Short term holders have moved four hundred. Twenty two thousand roughly btc out of their holdings while long-term holders have added three hundred eighty nine thousand so you get this net difference of Shorter term holders selling Thirty two thousand if you do the net between the two right But over the last seven days. That's that's kind of reverse so very last seven days Long-term holders have accumulated a little over thirty one thousand more btc than short term holders. So i think that's a good sign. You're you're seeing You know the short term holders of the ones that we're going to show a loss have now sold at a loss in your also seen This offset of longer term holders. Now buying hiree of of the shortage or holders. That either are getting exhausted. Order running ads supply to sell. But you know that's showing to me consolidation because you have This this The contrary forces where the short-term roller had been selling really hard but now the longer term holders have of edged them out in. You're now seeing that that net positive between the two in favor of the long-term holders. So that's something that That shows me that perhaps this reaccumulation processes towards the The later stages A few weeks ago. I would have said. Maybe it's going to be a month or two but The long-term holders are really aggressively adding to their positions here and especially over the last week we can have two weeks really been outpacing that the short term. So perhaps that means that we won't have as long of of an accumulation as as i had originally thought. Yeah i think my main takeaway from your analysis is definitely at the accumulation. Phase is getting close to being over before we move up again. One of the other things you identified was this illiquid supply change. Maybe describe that a little bit and kind of what you're seeing. Yes oh Gladstone his metric in it it basically looks at different addresses in the cluster them into entities. And then look said the selling behavior of that entity so first of all they have hit a certain a certain age threshold which is a hundred fifty five days which is by the way for anyone who's wondering the same threshold for the longest short term holders. So over over one hundred fifty five days then i have to have a very low. I forget what the what. The percentage is statistically like very low on selling behavior and then they're determined illiquid liquid is like know coins that are being moved in all day. Long so throughout the bull market One of the big narratives. I guess you could say was a The coins moving off off exchanges and be From lincoln on chain andrzej community This liquid supply thing where williams calling the rick ashley chart his These folders with at they're never gonna let us down but they did let us down in awe. Late late may to early june but that that now seems to be Reversing back in into what looks like accumulation. So that's something to keep an eye on seeing once again that's in the newsletter but seeing that flip back green on the my opinion would be really abolished. Because you're you're starting to see the the supply becoming liquid weaning off in a more points or moving into strong hands but For narrow were not out of the woods It's not like screaming bullish or anything but it's something to if it continues the trend. It's it's against on absolutely what about features open interest or or short positions on the various exchanges. Yes futures open interest pretty much flat since we had that big drop on wednesday down to thirty k. But over it is funny when we when we broke an maybe. This was just timing but When we broke that triangle. Which was i think the pattern. A lot of people were looking at to be honest We had a spike in open interest. And then when it when it snapped back up. I think what had happened was a lot of people had loaded up on the bottom of that range when we broke out to the to the downside and people voted on shorts Just people are like. Oh this thing broke out. Everybody's everybody's looking at the same. We're going to go away lower ensue. What happened was we had this. This drop in this kind of a rapid Nasty with backup then. We headed we back in. The other direction is almost like has this tendency to go in the direction that's going to liquidate the most people and that's definitely would happen here of because everybody seems like took that one side of the trade you saw funding like drop off a cliff And then all of a sudden you have this big reversal but right now you know one interesting thing. Just that same note is yet the. There's been a big spike in shorts throughout the week coming from phoenix. Which is the only other time that i've seen anything like this. Like recently was the day before we had that big drop On that wednesday so if there's a big increase on on the seventh and like midway through the nine so either. I don't you know. Obviously there's no way to know on this could just be someone hedging but if is perhaps someone in disbelief we could be setting for short squeeze But that's just something to keep in mind either. There's somebody knows something or or they're getting ready to get right. Yeah it could be both who knows What what are the miners doing. Yeah the miners is interesting. One because you know for a while we have been talking about minors are stacking. Minors are stacking A what we've actually seen over the last week actually the day after we dropped the last episode a minor minor started selling At in especially from china glass new they can. They can't recognize every minor but they can kinda like look at look at the main ones. It looks like Some of the transfer exchanges have come from from the chinese miners specifically An obviously just a big spike in what they call other basically like all these entities they are minors but they can't label on so there's a big spike in that who knows what percentage of that were chinese but just in the main ones that glass notice is able to track It alive that selling does look like it's coming from china especially from one One appeal call cooling which is the second largest. I'm not super familiar with mining. A i looked it up in. Its pool is the second largest. Who'll in china so at you know it's not it's not like dumping all their supply and it's something like that would have some crazy effect on price You know through. I'm talking like five thousand. Btc on nothing. Nothing crazy that that's going to significantly move the price but It is interesting to just watch. You know we have all that stuff. china's coming out saying they're banning it does look like We had this drop off in hash rate but also some selling perhaps just You know maybe maybe maybe. These miners are just relocating in the end. They they need to. They need some capital to move over. Maybe they're they just wanna you know. Move around their holdings while they while change locations. Who knows but i do see that. That interesting Coins out of the minors wallace. While we've had all his this. China flood about china spanning by clinics. Yeah there's some political and and kind of regulatory things that are going on that could be causing things that would be abnormal. Non chan metrics mainly be just because they have to move have to get access to cash so makes total sense the last metric. I wanna look. Her analysis is plan b stock to flow. I think this infamous analysis at this point. There's a lot of people who think it's accurate. There's a lot of people who don't think it's accurate. Where do we stand is still valid or has it been invalidated on shot to play. Be really good dude. His model is is something. That i i kinda think is Directionally corrected something. Where you can you can look at to kind of gauge the broader cycle I wouldn't i wouldn't trade this doctor flow price And use that as some short term It seems like he was hughes posting. There's some traders are actually using the stock afloat multiple at to trade off but I i see it as more of a broader cycle Something you look at to gauge that. But that's just my opinion. We are currently having this the second largest or actually i'm sorry to to the downside de largest deflection in other history of of the model so something to keep an eye on. I think we're off. You posted something. We're sitting on like the very low rebound. He has the main the main stock to flow the model price in these two bands around that were sitting right on the lower band. So it's it's crunch time for s to and we'll see over the next couple of weeks but bounces looking a little promising for plan so basically it goes lower. There's a potential that it gets invalidated but it looks like just based on some of the recent more bullish activity if the price recovers. Then we'll still be intact there bounce right off the bottom as you would expect it to And kinda still bull market ready to roll. Yes yeah. I think that that's playing. These definitely hoping for this all before but was your happens over the next few weeks absolutely and so it seems like this week. The big theme is just that the reaccumulation phase is nearing an end. Right which means there's a ton of volatility. There was fear. There was greed all this stuff that played out sideways for a little bit. And people have been re accumulating. Strong hands have been buying more and more at some point here. That's going to end in the short term with likely but can't promise but likely a move upwards set fair to categorize analysis. Yeah i think so in in Only thing i would say is that about the volatility. I think the volatility like as we as we went through the channel has been trending down but once once we break out of that of did of the whatever consolidation pattern. You wanna call it Whether it's just like a horizontal range that were in Once we finally a strong move. I think that volatility comes back because the futures comes back And this is something that i should have forced next week. But i'm trying to put a ratio of futures interest to the market cap to engage when the futures benchers has a stronger effect on on on price and then therefore it would be more important to look at things in funding rates etc. But yet think. I think if you if you have strong move in s what we saw today in that to go out not today Yesterday in that tick up in features interest. I think it's showing like when we have a strong move you're gonna see traders come back in But while we're in the range before people are still waiting But other than that. Yeah i i completely agree awesome. Well listen thank you so much for for taking time to do this. If anyone has not yet subscribed to wills email where can they go do that. Well yes sure so. We're we're doing these episodes every week and then my newsletter is btc by w c three dot sub stacked dot com and. It's free dishes type in your email and subscribe. You're a big audience over there. Pretty quickly i think you are. You may be on to something here. So keep up the great work and everyone here on youtube. You'll see us again on the next saturday shade. Bob tell you these are everybody.

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016 : Im Not Into the Internets, ft. Chad Bowman

The No Subject Podcast

1:07:30 hr | 2 years ago

016 : Im Not Into the Internets, ft. Chad Bowman

"<music> the I. Rick rolled my best friend today with the actual Rick Ashley what because she was talking about something and I never going to let them down and she goes the Emoji as over those of you listening I did the phone through the fawns a this is not a visual medium visual for me right but the people listening can't see Whoa so it's when you go oh my God so they took their heads. They did this. You know. I just imagine me doing a whole bunch of weird shit because that's just who I am inside nine Sandra gestures. That's what she said Dick's Alabama face that's what she said anyways friends that onto another episode tape of Dick's <music> subject my face D._X.. Yes it's been a minute reminds me of it's been a minute. That's what she said. Okay new baby the <hes> waterless movie Yeah Yeah My Dea Pope Paul Rod and Jennifer Aniston. It's the it's a famous example of how amazing Paul Rudd is so because he he's one of the there's only a couple of actors who can play the role where it's meant it to make you uncomfortable and he pulls it off that what you're actually watching the movie. Oh super like almost the point where when it's on T._v.. Again your watch your like. I don't know if I can watch this part where he's going to be like my might need to watch that again. So great is is <hes> Jennifer for the B._S.. Is She the best example of zero to one of the best examples of someone who just has not aged well along with Paul Rudd already. Actually we just recently. They said he's age backwards so much better than you did like ten years ago. I think Jennifer Aniston looks better now than she did like say friends years I think so friends and sucked were we've been over that I tend to agree with you. Thanks she looks better now and she is like her aging ridiculous well and then we'll it's like it's Jennifer Connelly as well Jennifer Connelly the she's great yeah the whole doing you know friends and then kind of the other roles she had and then then when horrible bosses came out your my God. I love that so much just for her role like sexually harass me I would like why are you. Why is he saying no to her? I don't understand if she came at me like that. I'd be like stripped naked. I'm saying my pants went where all of a sudden they're off strange. I don't understand how this is happening so weird so fast so rip away clothing hands drops off of me naturally getting ready for the basketball game and you get your warm-ups on exactly. There's nothing underneath. Who's our guests this week who we got today? We Got Chad Bowman my very good friend. Welcome Sir it is yeah it is I the wall should know. Is it the Chad. Is it the chairs. It's the Chad many times. Did you hear that so. I was GONNA say my lease saver use of the damage. Is it the Chad it's awful but then there's also that mean going around facebook about vaping and it's like Chattanooga's cloud of lies. I'm not on the facebook. People who say that are either sarcastic assholes like me who are on facebook but like to say things like the office ah or earlier today I actually you find on the on instagram that we found that online or their people who don't have defined the Internet yeah some some of the World Wide Web find that to get a good w._w._w.. For that thank you for that did you. Did you google that or do Yahoo that to me Yahoo Anymore. Did you Alta Vista that one. Oh yes google member commercials remember all those commercials in the ooh late late night nearly two thousand where Almighty when the Internet was first coming out and he was always like I'll make sure you have a parent and you go to W._W._w.. Dot did he channel. Hey all they always had a spot now. It's just like Oh yeah you can find us on twitter about how much has changed from you. Had Your parents follow me on facebook the the office but yeah the Internet has changed in the advertisements and the wall in the Free A._O._l.. CDs I mean that all fucking lunchbox like the cereal boxes like the free will just ten minutes and it was the new version but I had spaghetti that bad way I had one of the imax color ones the big the original Amex see through the blue always super trendy always always had always the blue on in my garage right. Now I think is still sitting in the garage the power power supply and instead. If I got power supply for oh I think it would run as easy fix. That's like ten minutes and and I'll tell you I the there's stuff on there. KINDA WANNA get to ooh old girlfriends sure their stuff picture stuff going on my life when that was the Spank Bank apparently why I just have a smartphone defiles in the computer that did you find that on the you porn porn hub probably spent ten months collecting all this porn but it's like seven pictures. Take forever to load dial up trying to download rainy porn. Was I think there naked the nipple are not quite sure Pixel the American Pie. I swear I remember no. I I remember yeah great movie. No Air boss I remember it was up at my cousins cousins place. It's up in concrete. You're already the Internet to them was like what totally mind-blowing you know. It's concrete's in the mill bump fuck nowhere but they're remember i. I remember literally took like forty. I five minutes to load off. Picture picture was like Oh my literally you literally would I I remember it because I was always a computer guy but you but she would go to download video and you would start it and then you do something and you'd be like for it to buffer. You'd be like all right. That's GONNA take about it says thirty five. It's GONNA bounce up to fifty five minutes easy before it leaving gets close <hes> if my connection hasn't time out and make sure you have real player dial back yet yeah. Do I have the right real player installed have that installed. I'm screwed up going anywhere and then you'll go off and do something else. The worst part was when you would often did something else that he came back at failed and you're like I've been gone for an hour. All I wanted to do as watch this video Naga Star lower again. We go find another project the that happened to me many times hands so when you did you were you a line. Where were you fair? Share who all the way ready all of the above Yep. What was what was the it was it was napster originally way on the day <hes> and then audiogalaxy came out and we went straight from napster in the lime wire livewire was are the only reason I ever remember Napster's because of the Italian job okay the Napster but the original answer yeah I use livewire? I am wire. That's the whole reason that I want. You did what that's the only reason I wanNA. Mini Cooper to begin with was tied up well. Yeah I know there so speedy in so cute I want one really bad will the movie was just an advertisement for that car. Tire movie was was pretty much. It worked well. It's just like the transformers and advertisement for G._M.. That's true no the those early days of lying more because is on all that business that was <hes> those are fun times. I always felt cool because I felt like I I had mastered lime wire like I got to a point where like I used it strictly already away everyone. You've got viruses remember. I was also a Mac user so it was more difficult however I felt like I got really good at like I'd search for a song and of course a Jillian and six files a pop up and you try and find the repeat like okay so everyone seems as we down in this file. That's the same one that's the same one is downloaded about your times. That's all and you would get really good at being able to say that's the one right there. That's not gonNA give any problems and that's the one you downloaded in Iran anything I thought we built Music Library and then we'll and then once they added in the the column of the Quality Take Three twenty. Let's take that one but the thing that always pissed me off as you'd find a song and it had the fuck and hype man in the beginning of it. God is not the one where they pulled it offer radio. You always hear what's so funny is. Let's go back even further rate for this. Let's go back further before Internet and I wanted I I've always been obsessed with music and radio all type of stuff. I remember a kid and having blank cassette tapes that and I would record songs that were playing on the radio and so I I would we wanted to get a certain songs. I listen to radio and then like the D._J.. Would come in and I would hit record hoping that the next on that was coming up the one I was looking for and then it wouldn't be stopped Riyadh. Wait for that sauna ballots you over to the very end of the saw you go record. Fuck stop that I had tons of mix tapes you know uh-huh and they were all radio and they're terrible quality and it's fucking static. I don't care it's amazing commercials well I I tried to get around the commercials again stopping splicing and cutting and a friend remind us to make he would just do his own radio show and then use like record the song and and so it was him and his brother and they were saying it and they would do the intros and then do exactly that to get the right song that they'd just recorded twenty minutes of Intro for and I assume you did that so what Brian has his arm up. What was my life? What was what was his name? What was his name came in? How am I going mother? Oh D._J.. X. D. J. O. is the doctor x acts and he was always like hot. I wasn't me Doctor Dr X.. Then he would screw up story like what I meant was <hes> yeah I would because I went to school for Radio Broadcasting. I did a year college for that. I became so obsessed with this was at that point. I'm seventeen years old. We created eight at our own Internet radio station and enumclaw called Caliph them but we because I had because that's not what it was called called Horse Fuck it was called Caliph every this queue locales logo was really durable and and we used the I mac and itunes and we literally had we recorded all the bumpers like everything in between I would get in and act as a D._J.. And like play all the songs I downloaded on you know I'm wire or whatever else house like either everything illegally wieger but it was so great and I I would do hours of the time as a radio station that I I don't think I ever had any fucking listeners like I don't believe anybody ever listened. I bet you it's out there somewhere but I could put it on ought I could. I had my whole I would set my entire day playlist just like you would have irregular radio station and I would just hit play and so it would go through and it would play the songs and then we'll play the caliph bumpers in between play all that stuff all day and you could just have the macktaz is blasting music. We'd be outside bounce trap and here the stuff go off and I felt special. Hey that's my radio see. What an idiot? The original October capture was the Caliph A._M.. No it wasn't it was despite the candidature ridiculous you really are. We Really are oh I did. I did a few of the mix tape tapes and then then that was very really into C._d.. Of then they'll short lived and then it was all about burning the blank CDs. I was that guy he was the guy that wouldn't be started dating back. He had a literal book full of CDs and he really woody WANNA list. Do I told him out clean out the guest US bedroom to start remodel for Mitsuru. Mike Golic CDs were there and my giant book of CDs and Misty's likes smaller little book of CDs and my book was soulful that all the CDs were at least doubled up. Oh yeah all YEP and then they'd get scratching scratching when they wouldn't play case logic. I was always the guy who would spend ten minutes to decide what was going on the city and then spend an hour drawing on the C._D.. Itself Mind Guide you one of those that would say you take your like your dismantle and you would put the safety pin in it so I thought it was closed so that way you could do a cool design with the sharpie. No I would just sit there and hand turn it. I did it to slow we bought we bought an H._p.. Computer once that you literally turn over so you recorded the C._d.. And then you it's like the lion and that and then it actually burned the image into the C._d.. On the top so you would burn your stuff into the music on it and then you would create there was a program and you would create the label and you would just flip it over and it did it and you have these do you could actually tell on our in our giant CD cases you could see the ones where it was a Sharpie <hes> eminem and then you see the ones where it was like Brian's love mix volume for with like a fancy design and then and then all the tracks listed all perfect on one side of the C._d.. All burned pretty and then they'll time when they had the actual paper labels U._p._N.. Your printer and then you would try and stick those on there and you can never get them fucked straight now off to the side a little bit and you have to like cut out about fuck that shit that's true then the ipod came out and it was the world changed that first ipod was awesome. It has classic and Click and brick Hong bric brick was literally. Literally you could build a house with those bricks. We bought one for my mom first time out like when it first came out it was like five hundred bucks it was three hundred fifty knows the the funny thing is it was like like I wanted one so I bought it for her as a gift. I convinced everybody else go in on it. I was in high school and she just use CDs. They took it no no she tried to us. I think you just carrying around at random. Play the game on there. Oh yeah this is neat. I like this the very first ipod and then and then my mom got the very the very first iphone I remember thinking that was homeless thing ever seen that iphone. The first one was so like amazing but it was so bad looking but all because I pulled out the door the other day you still have it all my phone's. I don't get rid of any of my phone so I have my. I have my original iphone. I have my iphone three G my iphone three G._S.. iphone four US and then I have shit license four six plus sense and this phone I will not get rid of soon as I get a new one. It will stay so I am all but I pull that one now it was like the weirdest thing is fits in your hand like this and it's like it's so tiny and then you pull it next to like your Kurt and you're like wow. How did we ever do anything on this whatsoever? I have have no idea how I even managed to type lied to where you know on a full I have no idea how did it well. It isn't crazy. We live in an age now so we still think smartphones is somewhat of a of a newer thing like they're not I mean even though we're on the galaxy ten now and were you know iphones were on the Tan and they've been around jazz and I'm an android person yeah dot everyone's perfect. It's the everyone's perfect okay. I know you guys are self hating right now but it's not your fault. You just don't know anybody I tried. I tried android when Lee when the we'll actually I I did. I had blackberry. I neither blackberries storm was like this is cool. That's a screen the spending and the screen is a button and then from there clicking from the blackberry storm and you had the curve and everybody has curve had the little rollerball right in the middle of the curve never had a blackberry well I went from a flip phone android and then and then after that I went to the when the very first the very edit have one of those within the very first Motorola joy came him out the first one that had the whole droid campaign joy. It was a good phone but I just didn't he wasn't in love didn't it didn't do it didn't blow your skirt and that was the last none at all and that was the last droid that if I had I try the galaxy S. five and <hes> hated it why because it wasn't an iphone. That's the thing though with the with the iphone it's really intuitive easy to use. It's old person and little kid friendly. Wow that is true and so you get the you get the android and do you have to do a lot more complicated to get what you want done done sometimes but you can do a lot more with it. They something you can do your thoughts on my iphone well for instance. My sister was trying to search a webpage the other day on her iphone and there was fined in page function. I can do that on my really finding page. There's that well she. She couldn't find it. I mean so thank the thing probably just needed to ask Siri and that's what you do I don't. I don't allow that in my house. She tells you everything she's not allowed. See the one thing the one thing so you think you'll get locked into to one of two categories. One iphone phone like you said it is easy to use and the thing with Apple's obviously everything's the same you can pick up an iphone. If you know how to use that you can pick up an IPAD know how to use that. If you pick up a Mac you can I mean it's all about the same and all those but the one thing is you kind of get once you get that ecosystem going with the Apple T._v. in the iphone I it's just it all makes sense just to have all that business but the thing with the droids is yeah. They do so much more but why it's your I mean it's your phone oh you need to be able to do. Do you need to be able to download torrance on your phone. No I mean I want the option. Should I choose about freedom. Yeah Okay America look you guys are coming off real socialist right now. I'm all about that democracy freedom of choice. Do you know my brothers run android. I understand this American uh-huh my friends all about the Android I mean as we sit here and we've got iphone IPHONE IPAD. We're recording on a Mac iphone and then dirty droid. That's that's a good nickname for you. Double D is going to let them instead of dirty Dan but my name's Linden it's Chad Spongebob. We've been over this as Navis Chad. I don't know I dunno the Spongebob. All My god Ed. I was hotel yesterday and then this more aware wasn't I was. I was in Seoul Stuffy. I was in spokane. We're at other quests casinos. Did you say it's very very well but I was in a casino super smokey. Okay okay yeah sure super smoke anyway so can I'm walking. I'm walking back to the IT. Was this morning I you took my first little stuff down to. The car had a really early meeting and I went to get coffee and I'm walking back by the front desk. It's getting the elevator gets my room. This old guy find old God. He's right that classic. He had fuck you on thirty five. I'm thirty four so that classic Orca all voice like the one that everyone like imitates classic old Guy Voice you could tell he was super nice guy right and he gets up there and you can she's like can I help you and he's just like well. I can't get that T._v.. In M._R. Room to work can't figure out okay and he's like it and screwing around with that doggone remote. I think I ordered a movie. I can't help it laugh and I'm like Oh my God what movie i WanNa know what what did you accidentally me because knowing the T._v.. In that room which I've explored like crazy because it's so interactive you it has your name on it. It's like Oh welcome to your room Brian. You're like Oh hello. Hello Hello to Sheba Yeah. How are you there nice l._G.'s airfare? You're like oh well. I can either go movies are I can go live T._v.. Or there's this like on-demand thing or this interactive active like order food. Oh my God there's so many choices M._t._v.. Oh yes Jesus Christ. Oh it's beautiful so a room that that was Cagey Northern Casino. They have the best showers gays WANNA go on like a getaway. Oh my God that's showers. But when do we ever get away. I'm saying what is what's when doesn't mean it happens tomorrow. I'm just saying or saying to in twelve years go to the northern casino shower. Awesome showers are awesome. I really wanted to walk up to that guy. We like listen. <hes> what if what you're there what you watch or wait for indigo well. I watched the whole thing anyway. I WANNA make sure I'm not being charged for it because you can't you turn the T._v.. On literally have to scroll over to live T._v.. To even get the guide so then go and I could see how someone not one of their seventies who probably just goes click there. That's their into they've got their head and they've got their T._v.. Guide that they know the newspaper lists they pull out and go real world golf is on this time <music> click their life and he was confused but I really was hoping it with some dirty ass movie that he ordered and he leads twelve and then and then and then the Andy Griffith show was on that was trying to get it in some sluts ended up on the T._v.. soucrits all of a sudden. There's bud holes everywhere a a lot about holes. Porn is very anal heavy right now so this is a trend is that he agrees bigger differently agrees <hes> yeah born circa to enjoy the porn porn point the porn. My Dad listens to this. I don't I don't watch and listen to your home. I just find a good video. That sounds like it would have interesting dialogue. I'll just pop on and put my phone face down on the seat so I can't I don't. I don't want to see that smut in my eyes. It sounds Nice. It'll be distracting drive. You try to drive and try to ignore the IT makes it makes the IT'S A it's a game see how long can last Jigsaw Ah Shit you should try. Yes you do a lot of driving a lot of driving. Maybe next time you usually it's podcast letter stuff. I'm listening to but I think next time the porn cast yeah. There's some good ones those out there yeah go into that A._M._r.. No I don't i. I don't like that any of those videos that pop up. I cannot listen to those no no beer. Now is a beer commercial where they're using some are like clicking clicking on the microphone and this is a Michelob ultra cash what the fuck came away from him just like our were. I don't I don't get yeah I mean everyone likes what they liked but anytime those videos come on just can't it just keeps me out. Don't I don't like that at all that they're sitting there and that's one of my pet peeves. Stop Chewing Gum. Who's your mouth just close Matt through your news difficult right right now? I'm trying grease. Better Brian's Brugge butter. Do Better discuss their U._S.. Talk that's a first a well. Have Your Bang Bang Bang Bang Bang said Bang Bang Bang Bang Really WanNa jacket about stock fuck yes dog food tacos never could get into their awful. They're the worst fleet good. I'll eat them awfully good they. They just look so bad and look at them. You just put them in your fucking mouth. You don't fucking like all admire this Taco Bell US fucking eat it now. Jack in the box sounds really good because I I just got high outside cool. It's legal in our state just to let people just to let people know you're so awesome. No I'm I'm just saying I'm really hungry for Jack in the box. Tacos Gibb the Gym Membership Jab something they're still paying jobs hilarious. I Know Jack in Box. It could be it. Can you imagine if we got to appoint our society like we type that way right where it actually translated over into language and people will say lull for fun that right imagine that if we if we get to a place in society where we start using the acronyms for almost like yeah and like you guys want to go to lunch today. I was really thick. I see the point you're making but in this case actually that's the original name of it. It came from Africa you fucking layer. It was the originally founded in Somalia oil. This mile in your face says I'm so happy to share this. It's like it's like we know that the dude's name from the Black Panther Challah audible j. a passer in Bombay Cha's. I don't know how you such a liar. I've never ever before my life never ever happened more. I am not a crook. I did not have sexual relations. What's scary is if you had to call them out though either just let them kept going? It was believable liked it. You don't know that people listen to this like like they're like what's funny. People listen listen. They're like Katiba Google. I'M GONNA CHECK THAT ALEC in Somalia five locations there that's cool. I wonder if they have tacos right off no I I don't know when did that. Start becoming a thing because I I mean I think I did that started doing that junior high school lull or lol. It was always lol. Lol Paul L. A.. wwl I just I say hello I say oil spell it out but there's also those <hes> B._T.. DEB lawler while I'm worried because we're already speaking in abbreviations. That's a thing and or changing words up so she's Craig of Jesus so what's up Bra yeah like we're already doing the abbreviation part so that means that acronyms are right around. They're just they're not far off and before you know what the what we know the English language will be completely destroyed and garbage. It's on its way. I guess that's that's a one hundred percent on its way English. Language is pretty awful. I mean it's a really stupid language. Actually we're the only language in like ever that can have words that all sound the same mean different better spelled differently and mean different things things. They're they're your your your English is supposedly one of the hardest languages to learn and it's because of that if you talk if you're someone who's trying to learn English and you're like how's it going you know it's. It's the whole like what's going well. But why do you guys. Nice have three different versions of your viner's ladies trying to learn trying to get your citizenship says okay. Why is this Kansas and this one's not Arkansas'? Why is this why why is this not Arkansas? Aw Why is this Arkansas not can saw Arkansan. That's can saw wise you look at how it spelled. That's what it's supposed to be yeah. It's bad jack in the box. tacos Wendy's right now. Has the giant J._B._C. meal. I've never let me tell you something see. We're talking about abbreviations right there J._B._C. Junior mega cheeseburger. Oh yeah the giant JEB. Samuel never eaten there. You're going to Wendy's the actual faulk is the matter with you never have what do you like. Chad Yeah. Tell us Chad and tyler guest. I like you know like a good you take ache like a nice white wine. The add a little bit of butter and some garlic and then he fry you know some shrimp in there. Maybe they can make a nice Rosado. I can stupid what you know. I'm still sounds house delicious man. I'm in fast fast. I'm all for fast food. I'll take like all trop onion and green pepper and then I'll pioneer hand for my burger patties. Eh about that time. The buds are actually coming out of those myself yeah. I'm going to slice them myself. It's going to be really good by two hours. I've gotTa make my Mayo though because I don't like to have that sitting in the fridge too long. I don't like that jar site. Yeah I gotTa have it fresh rush so I gotta go to that. Yeah all fresh eggs everything I make up. Not One of those white wines sit long enough. I make my own fresh water water and I'll tell you what to do it in my basement it is it toil award. I learned in jail here here. I was in for three days and I picked up the recipe you WanNa tell them the story. If y you were in there if you really were jail cutting to hear this tell us about yourself. Let's let's let's learn about shad well. It was a darkened stormy night good drink. It's one of the best ways to to start stories so if you the night I was born was at Arkansas. It was freezing rain so that that's true sturt start and it was super. Bowl Sunday was born in Super Bowl Sunday yeah but anyway so the time. I got arrested the Tom Brady win that went to don't because he's old well. I don't know if you've got the joke. I just wanted to explain it old he he only one that one because of cheating seven at the time something was going on. It was like an earbud sort of situation but with a kid said of a dog right into the N._F._l.. Most people don't know that they really it really shouldn't didn't have made at eight. Hundred people are like I'm GonNa know but so I got arrested for a D._U._i.. Ended up getting convicted of reckless driving arriving but no you have to have to okay so I was at the night at Aetna. I was at the bar all night drinking with my friends no women at the bar all night just the waitress giant sausage fest. Oh that's exactly it was yeah and I was so over served it was it was ridiculous like I was so drunk. I walked out there without being my bill and ended up getting arrested parking lot and it's good stuff but so I walk out the back door with my friends and you know girls in the bar and there's two girls walking up in the parking lot. This is probably one A._M.. Worship face drunk and these girls walking up there clearly drunk and I say to the girls because a moron leave it to my luck to leave when all the bitches show Oh God and they write fully got offended. I was being a Dick Whatever but they turn. I didn't see that they had three guys back at their car. They turn one of them turned and yells at the guys like this is called US bitches and so <hes> they start you know like what the fuck is problem and so I yelled back at the guys like Oh. I'm sorry I didn't know the men were the bitches in your group launches which one of them laughed at the just like what but it was the the girl who had turned in the elderly she turned back me and just we got into a screaming match me and her just yelling at each other. It was very mature very very how you say grownup Yes yes and it you can remember any of this thing. I'm pretty sure just adrenaline cut through and and yeah so my two friends are yelling at me. Get The fucking the truck. I was the driver by the way so there's like God damn damage. I mean I'm the drunk is one of the three of us. It's my truck. I'm the I'm the driver so they're screaming at me. Get the PUCK and the truck. What are you doing? Don't be an idiot. You know Seh finally I'd get in the truck. I'm in the driver's seat the girl standing outside the window screaming at me. I've started truck at this point and I can't let it I can't just pull out. She said so what he said share so rolling gender role does she said so royal the winter down and I just screaming girls face fuck you will that that's when she came swinging through the window part me in the knows real good I had to black is my nose was all swollen. I I gave her one back. I'm not going to deny but at the same time so I'm sitting in the driver's seat and I didn't. There's not much swing room so I'm and I guarantee. I had the look on my face the for those that can't see how would you describe that face touch something gross throwing a punch the test wet food and I think that's pretty much unknown substance of any kind what's that at that was the point where her boyfriend came in over the top of her swinging swinging and punching and that's where Pompton into drive drove made it about ten feet. I just went straight stopped. They fell stop. The truck turned it off everything you know then the cop showed up and they tried to say that I rammed her into the wall with my truck and but at the same time she was saying that she was like he just drove straight out of the parking spot and they're like so he's Sam do you into the wall twenty feet away but he drove ten feet a straight line right so they're they're automatically like their stories full of Shit and meanwhile I'm over here being like you know I was a sexist Dick. I said the men are the bitches in your group and then the cop laughed. I'm like come on that was good right yeah so I went to jail. That was Friday night so I gotta spend all weekend in jail. Meanwhile the worst over my life. It was awful why went back to the bar and my tab was one hundred and eighty dollars. She at my friends told me that I was not buying shots for anybody but myself. Wires no so yeah I was really shit faced drunk but yeah so spent the weekend in jail and then got out they threatened to charge me with felony vehicular assault for dragging those people but because I had the mitigating factor of fleeing attack they let me put it down to reckless driving which my my lawyer told me he's like I've had D- wise plead down to reckless before but it's never actually been perfect because reckless driving driving means. You've like endangered a person with your car. Usually it's just the prosecutor being like yeah. They weren't that drunk. You know we'll call it reckless. He's like in this case you dragged to people ten fees legit so I had to pay all of the Full D._U._I.. Fines and then go and do three more days in jail ended up my car. It ended up being about like seven thousand dollars. It's my license was suspended for a year drive people. I'm still on probation if I if I get in trouble for the next year then I will get slapped with a it will go from reckless to you. I I'll get the fines again and I'll go back to jail for it. Nice so careful. You got to learn how to make wine over the weekend yeah toilet line. It wasn't it wasn't the initial weekend I was to Hungover to absorb it was I went back and serve those extra three days. I went to hard time with the work release guys and they were just they had the finest swill it really it had such beautiful like floral aromas like I mean granted you had to cut pass the shift smell to get like but once you dive deep and you get really good with that chicken fried steak gravy 'em side and now I'm making toilet wind in my basement and turning it into vinegar to Cook shitting that toilet. Are you just say that for different toilet. We'll have you been against the floral rule of romance. Oh I mean I eat a lot of veggies. A lot of ASPARAGUS fucking hate you haven't I avoid asparagus August just for that reason I tried asparagus for the first time recently and I was delicious. I love it is so fucking bloody. Mary the Best Nova's so Schuyler Scott came over scatter Mexican over two three weeks ago and she put together <hes> take three or four spare wrapped in Bacon sprinkles brown sugar on them and some soya sauce and and <hes> missing and then butter and then salt and pepper throw in the oven who who Ho Damn it was so gross but it was gross you just because you don't like the cooked vegetables texture either so you're her you yeah you would automatically eight that. There's nothing I would have no problem trying it raw. That's what she just fucking. What about that's what she said? What about through near for no cook it'd be like crispy wouldn't it would be mushy on the insane wrapped in Bacon and if you will be mushy on the inside so good? It's Soga so good. It's like the spirits fries this Nice Nice crispiness to what threatens right now yeah what if it was bred new depressed but no it was Brennan knew it'd be it'd be just like the deep fried pickles can eat just pedals but breaded and ended and deeply dipped chocolate and then rebranded and then re deep red no we're we're doing. It sounds like yeah. I bet it tastes like heaven taste like cabbage <music>. Stay like cats cabbage. Ask Cat same thing. I've never eaten a cat. No can't say that I have okay so here's a here's a fun fact. This is this is true. Mountain line used to be renowned as one of the best like meets to eat the old mountain men when they were first coming over. I've actor is a good. I've always wanted <hes>. It's weird gamy. It's very gamy. It's weird. <hes> yeah was it had it Montana. Was It free rearrange Cougar. That's right as you can get yeah knows weird. I've always wanted to try it after reading because I've read so much old West history and like while they lots of searle eat whatever you can find but Iraq and Hungary but a lot of mountain men would say like Cougar was like one of their favorite mets it'd be but everything was super gamy so I guess it was just after different type of gamy so it's better the the problem is now are pallets are all like trained to like beef <hes> jack-in-the-box Tacos. Excuse me I'm sorry but is that actual meat. You know there's there's meat products rather meat products. It's it's gotTa start somewhere and then it goes from their their delicious. It's probably mostly horse. They called dog food for a reason. I mean there to be fair yeah <hes> because we're like totally trained non beef everything else taste gave me whereas if that's not what we were like used to eating everything would be completely really enjoyed eating bear bear fucker bear and I've had bear jerky. I I to have had the bear Jerky <hes>. It's remember to cook that bear to the correct temperature so you don't get that trigger noses trig enosis the best part the gamble my hey thank you eating badly canned food jalousie dough. Am I going to get so Manila. I don't eat cookie now. Who are you? That's the best why because they're so all all uh-huh okay the Chad Chad look. I'll play that to everything else. Just my name Chad No. Hey the Chad be annoyed also affair. Yes Chelsea sorry. It's that Chelsea Ya thank you. Yes they familiar with like what is it <hes> Chelsea Chelsea smile or whatever yes yes yes I am. I have heard every Chelsea thing really yeah. What about the Chelsea Saito? That's not a thing it is no. It's not I'm I'm about to hear one of your ridiculous. I think that it might be stupid but it's people are googling. Tell fake story well. I'm not gonNA tell you now. Fuck off. There's a genetic thing in Chelsea in England where they have a weird cleft tone. It's not like super common so I'm not surprised to- We know the club Lupus you look in this up the Chelsea to give me two today's you'll find it on Wikipedia Bush. I'm just in shoes lots of black shoes. They have a specialized bullshit. They have a specialist footwear. Okay shoes come in. Are you searching Google Dot U._k.. That's the problem. It's gotta be different yeah. I'm not on the V._P._N.. That's probably what you're not finding Yeah square-toe Chelsea Ankle. We're we're getting warmer Birch Chelsea Capito Ballet Yeah No. I think you're full of Shit. What did this happen? How dare there you? Could this be they must have cured it. Yeah that's yeah moved all records vaccine for that. This is pre internet and so this was like an encyclopedia they figured out that breed outside of the town go away and they realized realized was incest so people in ozark about it yeah like have you realized like our town has a condition. That's just caused from us. fucking our cousins and you realize everybody. Nobody was like let's not anymore and let's just pretend this never happened so it pops up every once in a while. It's mostly eradicated though cleft to- good to know the Chelsea cliff toe fuck off wow shit on. I'm just waiting for the garbage cans uh-huh. Oh that's what a cleft tow looks like though that's a real thing. KLEPTO is a real ones see that's what she said. Gross what she said. Oh my God that I could have gone without seeing that lumps which she said it's lobster boy cleft hands and does no also a real thing lobster boy. Oh Yeah obsta boy wolfman lizard man there was there was a famous lobster boy who ended up killing like his daughter's fiance or something and and getting away with it because the prison he got convicted but the prison was like yeah no we're not going to keep him here because that would just not work and so they were like okay you're free and so he got away with it and then for the rest of his life who like beat his family and be like I got away with murder once. This is all the truth thing. Did you find this podcast. Of course you didn't do this must be true podcast. I'm I'm sorry because they're cheaper copper on there as well. Oh they've they've done adult on the truecar writes real feeds on the blood of Mexican goes American goods too salty we give them too many assault block to salt and to fatty yeah it's true but that's considered marbled correctly. No Fat Marbly marbly as intramuscular fat fat. It's marveling is the fat not the salt right but you also mentioned fat so with their fend on Mexican grasses. I don't know what you want that bag. Look I can't keyboard with all the bullshit. I'm spending right now yeah but I will say this. The lobster boy story was true everything else whatever look it up going crazy. No no no you can find pictures of him. He's a real he's a real dude. He was very short and he had hands yeah and he this is another thing he said there was a quote from that he said women women loved his claws and they loved to be manipulated with all my God got away with murder once. Don't make me do it again. icky he shot the doing with the shotgun or something a rifle or shotgun. I Dunno the kid to his claws yeah he was he was a sideshow freak for his entire life and then his kids were like he he had a lobster claude daughter and he was like cool with her body normal daughter to just totally treated like shit. Catch me more like your sister. It's like anywhere else. The lobster lobster collect kid is going to get treated ship society but in his house he was sentenced to the house arrest where he just beat his family told you nothing happened. Oh my God good stuff right. Let's let's jump into the fuck it. It's the bucket because we did the start of this one. Super late and Anders got tired eyes on Casey. You'RE GONNA pick a topic I am also and we're all going to discuss it. Put it back you can choose a different. One can't bullshit your way to those topics you warm right. I can get onboard with this. One all right what mythical creature would improve the world most. We did this lousy wise that saw in the bucket good job guys he was all excited for two mythical nickel creatures so be your mythical best. What will finally break the Internet? Oh I know that Chad Chad it's possible. I was going to say somebody fucking up at a server reform. That could potentially be me. That is a good point. That is a very good answer especially since we all three of us where it'd data center but I don't do like the social media stuff. I don't follow the memes. I'm not into the you know the Internet the Internet you're missing out on so much stuff like I I did up until like six months. Did you know that if you spend two hours a day while two hours a day did you go that. If you spend two hours a day on social media a- any year you have literally spent an entire month of that year on social media that's unbelievable and thinking about how easy it is that two hours a day turn into more suit well just to beat people ought to ours. I don't do that a bet you do. Oh it's five minutes here exactly it adds up super-quick. I mean how long you sitting on the toilet plus for me for me. The the reason I got off is is it's a huge time-waster and it just feeds the narcissistic and and Voyeur side of the human personality that everybody has it. It's it's a thing you are absolute and and I just don't well that and they used like psychology to just trick the addictive parts of your brain and triggered those things and like it just got to the point win. All of the scandals of data breach and facebook was giving their information for this and it's like. I don't need that shit in my life. I still use facebook messenger so they still have like access all my text messages and Shit but at least they don't do you ever feel like you're missing out on stuff now like you're not no. I'm so much I'm so much more happy since I deleted needed it because I'm not seeing the I would just get annoyed at the bullshit people would post it'd be like Oh. It's either humble break here or it's a we're stay in my life and then people are like well what happened and then they don't fucking talk about. Don't fucking post stat posters and it's just like like it was all that shit and then mostly just like the B._B._c. n._p._R.. It was like I was reading my news there and then just getting annoyed with people's drama and bullshit. I'm like you know why don't I just cut out the drama and bullshit delete the facebook and then I can just read my news from those websites and true. Whoa the one thing with the nicer I checked the news like once once a day? I'll usually a wake up. I'll read the news and then that's that's the one thing with the facebook was that everyone facebook started with. I think it started with facebook and then branch out there that apps but just that that pulled down to refresh. I mean that right. There is is the because you WANNA be. It's the I wanna be the first to see the latest so yeah. It's refresh refresh twitter ones. That's like that's icy myself to all time. I'll be like report are pulled out all just constantly <hes> 'cause. I don't WanNa miss it. I don't WanNa be like the one that like like off. Do those five minutes ago and I see it like that. It's the whole fire festival thing they they called the fear of missing out <hes> and that's that's what they say led to the fire feasible blowing up like a dead well then I just people are fucking more speaking mentioned people are just second dude sticks. Have you ever had a bottle of water kind of the best thing I mean. I'll I'll take a I'll take a low done back in my throat for that fire did you did you happen to see Joe Royle. Come out during the Milwaukee Bucks can halftime show he goes out and it was supposed to be like a throwback to the nineties which he really was who was like two thousand two hundred one and he comes out and was like US silent. He's just kind of looking around and I can't do still silent. Okay well. That's cool. There's kind of went downhill from there when they started practicing before finishes song and you still out there doing and then the shared role announcer getting warmed up again still out there trying to be jar rule. My favorite is that he cursed him afterwards uh he put a curse on the team gone so ridiculous. He's having a bad few years but anyways he he would definitely break the Internet. Your answer or is Charles. You'll be the one murder murder part of me. Actually this is a weird thing but part of me wants to see it crash all down yeah. I want to see what would happen. I think that it would be entertaining like like what would have actually happened if Y._2. Happened right it just all of a sudden. If everyone wants to their phones I went to refresh facebook and it says no network connection. Everyone's like fuck bill. It's my wife working new phone reset the router. What's going on over here call T._N._T.? What's going on and then like the jump on the laptop? Laptops says us no connection and you're like Oh. It's the router now it'd be the fucking episode where they run out of Internet move to California California Way and there's a fucking refugee camp trying to get the Internet yeah. Oh I learned that you'd have a society of people that would know it's do themselves highly absolutely would not all of them information from everything on the Internet all of it and so what would you do with your time. They don't know why just like millennials like old millennials versus young maligning because it's the cutoff they say like the early I assume we're all around the same age like so born in the mid D- early to mid eighties and so we grew up without Internet without cell phones like I didn't get a cell phone and tell us in high school. We didn't have a computer with Internet in my house until I was in high school. I think also so so I I wouldn't trade that Sh- that childhood without that Shit for anything like that was awesome. It's amazing freedom like I can't wait outside and I played outside. I can't imagine one hundred percent lake where are right now like that no fucking big brother in me when I was ten no thanks. I'm on my bike. GET UP S no and nowadays we'll see lobstermen and uh-huh yeah you've got the younger millennials who that's all they've ever known it's just constant cellphones and instant gratification from your fucking news feed or your twitter or whatever and I feel so so sorry for my nieces says that this is the environment that they get grow up and go through high school and it was shitty enough without cell phones and everybody being able to text everything. I can't even imagine the stuff it's worse now. Yes yeah what what is but think about it this way. I'm GonNa End Devil's advocate this for a second year for they're getting to see a lot of their classmates titties way more than I probably ever did. Those also very not happen when I was in high school yeah. They're all trafficking child porn but but if you're on high school child porn it's just Europe minor so it doesn't it doesn't matter all minors porn. Dump your cell phone phone on your the night before eighteenth birthday newborn girardin drop the ocean. I don't know just get fucking rid of it and you're fine talk good kosher totally fine. It's it's because it's the silver lining of like there's the bad side everybody's assholes in high school so being connected all the time is awful and then the good side where you all get see each other's genitals and the word who wants to do that. I'm not doing the SIDECAR advertisement because I can't talk who's doing it. Somebody's talking about the soccer lounge our sponsor go to the side tell you what if you're ever ever down here in Washington and you <hes> enjoy craft cocktails. Come down and see Spencer in the gang at the site car lounge <hes>. What is their address Brian One? Oh One south Wenatchee Avenue Suite EP really good Chelsea. Impersonation got really said he couldn't talk for thank you so much Andrew of course it didn't give a shit and he was just like Oh. You've talked Bitch Komo so like I was saying though awesome awesome drinks wonderful drinks wonderful drinks cocktails. They're delicious food to sure till nine P._M.. Down here early I'll nine nine one does not well Chad. Yes thank you the Chad. We're going to have to have you back mainly because I want to. I want more of our listeners out there googling things that they think are so. I am very good. I think that just me for the first couple of conversations I google loves. I just realized he you just foolish Shit Flick. Is that true no way you could have your own podcast called full of Shit. I would love that yes and you just pick a topic that literally think just off the short amount of time now known you that you could pick a topic for each Chapas owed and you could you could put together an hour of content and make it sound absolutely jet to the point where they get done with the episode and just like when I watch something on T._v.. That like super interests me like all of a sudden I'm researching it and you're going to have people all over the we're all like Oh my God shit. There was the first player of gum that was macaroni actually blood vessels crazy. They just cut it out of cows and dry. It rains like that. It's the amino acids in Mexico but I'm GONNA get Somalia so I can go visit the very first on that work done. Thanks thanks for being with us and we'll see I enjoyed Loyd it. Thank you did I did. I really bye bye.

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Steve Wilson from QCode Media #452

New Media Show

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Steve Wilson from QCode Media #452

"Hey everyone welcome to the new media show. Of course many todd cochran in were going to be joined in a few minutes by gas but we are going to get. The show started here. Rava how you doing. I'm doing ok. Tata it's crazy. Let's going on these sole subscription Thing that's bubbled up in space is really kind of scrambled. A lot of things allow. There's a lot of people that are all excited about it. So we will. We will see though is anybody. Is anyone tempering expectations. Everyone thinking they're going to get rich. Right that's the question right. Yeah i think yeah. I think that the expectations could be out shining the opportunity but But i guess time will tell you know this is a kind of you know. It isn't like premium. Subscriptions is something new all of a sudden. I think what's new about. It is that it's It's getting a lot more attention A lot of the bigger companies are really embracing it. So that's what's really bring it to the forefront and And its i think in a lot of ways it's probably good because it can support As the technology gets better For these premium offerings that that means some revenue coming into content creators to fund the development of higher quality better produce content in the in the medium. So you know. I think it's an opportunity for all levels of content creators to up their game a little bit and connect with community deeper level. And i think it does kind of accents. Some of the strengths of the medium As you look to the opportunities are in the future well. I think that For segment of shows. This is gonna work out okay. But i'm just. I go back to what i said last week. And you know let's just pre facists with spotify is not limited. Invite right now you you just not. Everyone's going to get out there. It's they think they launched with twelve twelve partners. So it's not like you're going to be able to jump on their plus she had put your show on anchor to be able to be to have a premium show. Were there so that. That's a negative in itself but I think what's going to end up happening here. Is that You're going to have some. They're going to jump into this and commit to doing a whole bunch of content. His twenty go this way. I subscribe her. You have if you have one subscriber you're committed to putting content so you know what is you know. What is your You know if your podcast or you've got to think about this and say what is my minimum success metric. I'm going to use to to start doing premium. here comes our guest. We hear you but we can't see you so for those listening and hopefully the line noise get a lot of line noise with steve. Are your east coming. Back is Steve olson who's a longtime apple. Podcasts Fellow that worked on the editorial side in the us for many years With the podcast featuring and then moved over to apple podcasts marketing for or many years as well Working around driving marketing to the podcasts. In the apple organization and externally and then more recently he left apple to go to work for a company called q code media so hopefully we can get him in here. He's been actually. I've been talking. To steve wilson for many years about you know being able to come on shows like the new media show to talk about podcasting. Because he's been around this medium for so long and it's great to have him on the show. Steve wilson. thanks for joining us. Hey guys happy to be with you. Can you hear me. Okay yeah we can hear you. Okay just just getting a little bit of noise. But i think we're okay. It'll it'll level out sometimes. Skype does that so How you been good great great to see you guys and yeah longtime longtime listener first-time caller excited to be with you. Both you know in your previous occupation. You're constrained you couldn't you couldn't come on shows. Yeah it's exciting to be able to You know be out there and chat with the community a little bit more beyond just how we all got to got to each other and talk at conferences so excited to be with you guys and chat a little bit about podcasting and q code and the industry as a whole. Maybe robert we should do is just let steve tells about q code beginning and then we'll drag him back to premium podcasting topic. So why don't you give us the four one one on what you're doing over your code. What will share. Thanks guys So yeah i code I'm chief strategy. Officer code really specializes in immersive scripted. Fiction podcast so these are fully sound design scripted shows that often have you know amazing stories ayla celebrity talent and are produced in a really high technical level We mix master at dolby. Atmos and do some really cool things in the audio for listeners. Who haven't experienced fiction before these are shows that kind of hearkens back to the old radio days You know war. The world's is an apt analogy to what people are familiar with. But rather than using the sort of old techniques of production coconuts and wash words and those kinds of things. These are producer really high level and an amazing listening experience. Something that really is a great addition to everyone's like diverse podcast listening experience actions in trying to do something a little bit different. You know prior to joining code. I spent a long time at apple. where i did editorial partner relations and marketing on apple podcasts. Before that i actually still worked in podcasts but in apple's education group where i worked on. It jew which was a you know an educational podcasting platform with college courses and lectures and those kinds of things as well. That's all been folded into the apple. Podcasts platform now that the whole educational side. I mean how important i- i'm just curious. How important is the educational side to to apple. As far as working with the universities. I know back then. They're working pretty closely with like stanford and a lot of the big big colleges. Is that still going on you. Know yeah i mean look. I wanted to obviously be really careful and all of our conversation to make it clear like i'm not. I'm not speaking on apple behalf. And so i ask How important is it. It's it's hard for me. Sort of provide that kind of answer. But you know what. I would just say as you know what was exciting about. It you in the project that they had there it was. It was a project that really saw the opportunity and mobile learning the very early days. So this this project started back in two thousand and six. I wanna say it was not too long after podcasting itself really started and it was the result of you know apple and duke university thinking about how the ipod the original ipod could be used in mobile learning. It's funny. It sounds a little antiquated. Now as we have the internet in our pocket with the iphone but this was a really early attempt at how students could go around campus with language learning college lectures and really use podcasting in that educational context You know. I don't need to tell you guys that same feeling. I think has persisted so many universities are back to creating podcast and thinking about how you know audio storytelling still fundamental to to what they do in their curriculum. So apple has a long history education going back way before that of course as well so it was a special project to get the chance to work on and you know the exciting thing is that all that content is now still available in an podcasts. In you know from what. I've seen those educational institutions. Continue to create great. Great shows and podcasts. So why Why did you jump into a fiction in the podcasting space. Is it more about where you saw the next big opportunity. Yeah look i i. I would consider myself fortunate. Because i got to work with so many different people in the podcast industry. Somebody great. Publishers became friends. And i think you know as i thought about my personal journey emma career. I always loved working with partners across all this jobs. I told you about two. And i felt like it would be really fun to go to the other side of the table to go from the platform side to the publisher side and code was a really special place Ceo of the company is a guy named rob hurting. He spent a long time working with amazing talent in hollywood and he had a real vision to create new code as a place that could tell new kinds of stories in hollywood. It's really hard to tell new stories. And i i think as much as we love. A good sequel or reboot of a favorite franchise. It's exciting to think about how the the next character you loves. can be born right and You know i've been. I've been introduced in my kids. They're in fifth and second grade. I've been interesting to the. The marvel movies marvel cinematic universe movie and movies and You know. I think what i think you code. Was this really cool. Opportunity to create new kinds of stories and new characters and You know vision the idea that you know what if the next spiderman or the next you know. A man doesn't come from a comic book but comes from podcast and it's a character. We love that can live in lots of places and so. I thought that that was really fun. Exciting and challenging and fiction personally was it was a delight i would cut it so many amazing creators off there who've been doing work in this in this arena for a long time. You know rob we were talking about casey waylon the other day what he's done with we're alive and folks like lauren ship in palm bay You know the guy who created lime town and folks panoply who created the message so so many people have been doing great work and fiction for a long time. And i just couldn't Couldn't stop myself from feeling like it was a great time to to serve the growing wave and podcastone and really be able to have that chance to be the publisher side and bring my platform experience to to to a company out there making great shows. So what do you see is kind of the challenge going forward for fiction to Find its place in podcasting. I know that the medium has been built primarily on reality base stories Is there something that About the aspects of what you're working on or or elements of it that will you think. Make it really stand out. From from from the the deep i guess content that's being created around reality storytelling. I think you're Y- i think you're really talking about like education that needs to be done and some ways and i often saw. You know the need to and getting in podcasts. In general into the medium they have to have a great gateway shore experience. You know it's interesting to me that you know. In other mediums fiction is such a big portion of the content that we consume. You know in in tv sports news. There's you know sixty minutes. The late night shows conan. O'brien who's also in podcast. But but yeah big. Part of what we consume. As game of thrones in walking dead in these favorite falcon and the winter soldier. These favorite Franchises that we'd like to tune in to and it's it's odd to me in some ways that fiction so underrepresented podcasting butts. But yeah i think we're going to need to do further education and provide that great Exciting i experience for people to understand what what this can offer. In addition to the you know Narrative nonfiction or chat shows around tables are all the all the other amazing podcast. We all listened to today too. But don't you think that the reason there's not as much as there is is just it's hard to do. It's just you know you've got a. There's a lot of work and putting fixing together. It's incredibly hard. I think to do really well It takes it takes a lot of skill and time. You know you're not just You know you're not just thinking about the story itself but also how how the afford ince's audio can really bring it to life or what. You can't do right In a in an audio environment around enacted shell. And i think that's why you've seen an evolution in these kinds of stories and in many fiction shows there is a reason or conceit as to why it's being recorded it might be you know playing on the the public radio voice our journalists investigating a story and lime town in the message or even blackout from q code. Really relied on that. This sort of you know Podcast host Who's telling you the story. And then you kind of got into the fictional elements but increasingly. I think you're seeing more and more shows where you're flying the wall just like any other movie that you'd experience and we have a show called which is eighty s action comedy That's sort of like Beverly hills cop or pineapple express and yeah. You're just sitting in the scene with these two guys as joking around and making their plans to Go on their adventure so I think it's hard to do. It can be expensive. It's it's time consuming to do well. In terms of all the coronation takes different actors. And all those kinds of pieces. I also think you know they'll be more fiction as there's more and more understanding audiences in terms of what's out there in the whole range of of shows like we talked about before so rob i just want to ask a steve where you hear rob ocare. You hearing crunchy thing. Coming from him. Through the audio was clear to you rob astounding academy how everyone's good. It's just so that's makes me feel better. So i know it's just on my end not not going out. Lie so go ahead rob. Yes so you know you were talking about sound design As as an important part of this. And i that's been around In radio for a long time. You know the the war of the worlds kind of stuff where you come create this kind of reality experience and and todd and i have talked about some some kind of technology you know the by neural recording stuff and i know you guys are playing around with that you know the the the rubber ears Stuff that creates a different kind of listening spurts. I mean how important is fully and and these type of different More advanced kind of audio experience recording technologies to. What you guys are doing well. I think we're certainly invested a lot in that Side on the technical side. We've got a partnership with dolby and we've been like i said before mastering all of our shows and dolby atmos this is so bleeding edge that the podcast platforms don't actually support distribution of outmost files. There's a level of decoding that needs to happen on the side and as of right now you know we've been making these files. Mastering dolby atmos. But but that's not the files were distributing if you listen to them today you know there's all kinds of important things that go into capturing audio the right way those those cool human heads that you mentioned rob i think so neat nick as i understand it. You don't mimic the thickness of our heads. And how audio doesn't just go and one hundred phone but heard through our own hands right. I'm going to quickly get out of my technical depth here but You know the team at q code is incredible. We've got folks have worked on. You know music videos and movies and tv shows that you would know gotta brag on our head of music is a guy named darren johnson who is a classically trained pianist and i was doing some stuff at work after joined code and i googled him. I think to look for his twitter account. And i found his wicket pedia page where i learned that. He was touring with Paula abdul and discovered by miles davis Sky is incredible and he does all the sound design for our shows He's even rates original music. He was friends. With rick ashley of the of the wreck roll fame and did an original song for our show and wanted to one. I mentioned before this is a really fun and creative aspect of what we're doing. Q code is is really coroner ourselves into the craft of making great audio different kinds of experiences that i think listeners are going to really enjoy so i think it's a good kind of segue to talk about premium to some degree i mean is the timing you think of what's happening with premium kind of ride really well with what you guys are doing. I think so. I think as we all know we've been we've been in this medium together for a long time. I think you know the three of us and your listeners would would consider ourselves people ahead of the curve in terms of the mainstream awareness and audience this now in podcast but i think you know what's exciting about the moment we're in is getting less and less of those questions that people used to ask you remember when people used to ask. Hey listen to podcasts. Which i've always found to be just a funny question. You'd never would ask somebody you know. Do you read books or do you watch tv But yeah with. Podcast being more and more mainstream i think with real you know Audience there's been more more monetization with more monetization there's better and better content investments and it's that great virtuous circle and so. I'm really excited about what we've seen in the last couple of weeks from apple is also you know some of the announcements from spotify facebook and others you know podcasting is mainstream and i think what we're getting here overall i would say is more and more options to be able to ensure that this art this medium is financially sustainable and also i would say great independent creators. Have that opportunity to go full time. I'm sure that we all know Favorite indie podcasters. Who still have to work a job and they would rather be doing podcasts full-time and i'm hopeful that part of what we're seeing here and we'll be looking back at this in a moment six months. Now you're now and many of those people if they want We'll be able to pursue their professional careers in this medium by by the unlocked. New monetization options that are available. I just Worry and i guess. Call the the past a pessimist in me is that you still going to have to have a significant audience to do premium to make it work And those shows that have significant audiences already are running advertising. So i still worry about you know. The guy has a thousand listeners per episode whether or not he or she is going to be able to make premium work. I i hope. I'm wrong in that in that thought process because because it may be end up discouraging people even more or discouraging discouraging people. Because you know if you commit to doing this then you know. Let's say you're gonna do it for a year and you have five subscribers on premium while you're that's gonna be pretty That's gonna be pretty mind numbing. I guess would be the best word for it. I definitely see that concern You know what. I would what i would think about though. Is you have to really drill into those situations as you know. You know that podcast. That has a thousand listeners. Might be very different than another. Podcast is true from listeners. Right and if you are somebody who's creating something maybe really high quality Or maybe i should say how high value in terms of the information that you're providing the value offering through maybe a premium You member only kind of podcast You know there might be ways to to monetize it. A higher level if you if. You're a mindfulness podcast. And you make a huge difference to those thousand listeners. You might be able to charge. You know ten bucks a month twenty bucks a month to member only access and as you know those numbers might be a little bit different so you know depending on what kind of content you're creating i think and what you offer for that value. I think it's actually possible more than ever to think about building a sustainable business. They there's this books out there that talk all about you. Know a thousand true fans right right and so if you're the if you're the podcast has true thousand fans you know you might be able to do something pretty cool here and frankly you might not be at that scale where advertising make sense right. I also want to be. Clear to code is is primarily funded through advertising and we still see that moving forward us. Can you know it's going to be an important part of our business. And so Cucuta pluses really representing just another additional path monetization. Not necessarily one. That is taking its place and i think that's i think that's one of the things that are really love about apple's approach here is. They haven't disrupted the current ad market. They've been i think additive in the way that they Have had these features and tools available in the app store for a long time. That's really a good way to think about. This is the really unlocking app. Store like features for podcasters. So i think it's i think it's overall additives to what just doing. It's not necessarily going to be just premium. Ex- exclusive subscription audio. It's going to be both. And i think to the there's definitely that that is well. I've always said if my audience would just step up for two bucks a month. He is if manning could. This audience stepped up at two bucks a month. Robin i might actually heck rob. We might be able to do this. Full-time we might be able to step away from day job. I'm just kidding you would know anything. Do the show. That's right you know so. It's true though and now it's more than you know. Think about how many people already have their you know credit card on file with apple and face. Id in touch. Id right rather than having to go register for a second site and handle all that billing or trust all its word my credit cards gonna get leaked online right. You know i think What's cool here is. It's a it's going to be seamless in a way that none of us have experienced before on the podcast industry that It's as simple as buying inap- you know so same. Same principle. I just but i am going to be curious to see how it all shakes out. I know there's a land rush people that want to be going on this and we saw the demo last week I don't know robert if you are on that call or not. We got see the donald the new platform though of apple from. Here's the funny part. I was talking to my team because we have a list of stuff that we wanna do for some of the stuff. And i'm like i just like they got it. They finished it. they did it. Check check check. Check check check in. I'm at the end. I'm like shit. I don't need to build this now. You know because they just they just cleared the deck with me but I think the the real opportunity is that because other platforms do have are now introducing premium. Then you're not going to be completely reliant on apple you'll be able to do some stuff on spotify be so choose if you have an audience over there and they're still going to be opportunity for companies like robin is it. 'cause you the divergence of how people listen you know and being able to access stuff is Is pretty interesting. Because some audiences have bigger number folks. Listen on overcast. Know whatever app does your so There's there's still room for everybody. And then you're right it's additive and they. I don't think they've disrupted anything but they've definitely give you know it's a big bang here. It's like it's like people are getting hit in the head with a hammer now and now they see a new shiny object. So we'll see what happens. Yeah i guess you don't really quickly. I think one of the things that it. It's funny as you know from my time at apple. I guess what i'd say. Every company has their own approach to how they do business and how they talk about it. You know very rarely does apple announcing on the time. Line that people want and you know but i would say is they tried to really consider it and do things the right way and the right time. I remember when people were always You know Up in arms about copy and paste. On the iphone and distinctly. How people are like. Oh the iphone does have copy and paste. Are they crazy. The palm previous copy and paste right and you know that's always stuck with me because i think if you look look at it the mess that apple released for copy and paste Is the same method. It's been on iowa since the very beginning And so it's about doing things for them at the right time in the right way and very considered on the industry. Broadly i'm so excited to see more people participating in even on a personal level. You know i've known the teams over at spotify as an example for a while. They're great people and you know now that i'm a q code. I get to work with them and they're were fantastic. People great great partners. I think they're. They're being really considerate thoughtful about what they're doing in podcasts. And you know it'll be interesting to see how these diverse offerings across the companies are just making it better and better for podcast listeners. And better and better for podcast maker so You know really excited for what they can do. And then also with market overcast. I think if he's always pushing the edge of technology in the kinds of things that he's doing his apso Q code and i think many public there are all interested in seeing these things happening evolving. You know have more options and better better ways to get these kinds of solutions to listeners. I'm just curious Why we didn't see this happen a couple years ago and why we're seeing it happened now is there any Anything that either one of you guys stink or was it just a you know a roadmap plan because it you know i mean obviously when apple makes a announcement like this it and it's always been the case it's it's been a you know it's been earthquake to the to the medium. It's so important because apple did it But is there something or is something. That's more internal to apple or is it more about what what's being seen in the marketplace. Do you think you know. I think that the aspires the premium goes. If you don't be look who started it you know. There's been a two or three companies that have had some premium podcasting and then patriots had their thing so they still minister brewing for a long time brewing Well you know. Here's what podcasters her. What's our two things. They're trying to figure out their training would grow audience. How do i pay for this thing. And i think apple has listened apple. Can't make them help them. Grow per se but they can help them make some money. So i think you know if you listen to the to the discussion i think and you basic. I can't. I don't know if i can repeat what was said during the presentation. We went to but they've been listened to the creators so they've been responsive to that. And you know. Steve says maybe they don't move at the speed people want but Why when they come on. It's it's definitely makes the news because it's big. Well you got an eight hundred pound gorilla that's brought a whole in a whole world to podcasting. let's be frank podcasting. The whole world came to podcasting largely because of of apple and and yet as many people like to poo poo it. From time to time we would not be here if they had not introduced podcast indict tunes in two thousand five and everyone else is blamed largely playing catch-up now spotify thinks their head. But i i don't think so. Yeah i i guess i just have to not answering this question as you as you asked about why didn't happen earlier rob but but look i wanna say things things take time and and the thing i appreciate is you know as you look at the tools and detail You know there's so many cool things that you can do and think about your pricing on a global level and you know the localization and the scale of this I think that's all really cool. I can't quite answered the first part of your question terms of timing but It's great we now is what i'll say. Yeah i agree. I agree with that. You know it's it's interesting though how this is going to change the the dynamic in the marketplace because there's been so much emphasis over the last few years around advertising and and i just wonder if this is going to take a little bit of the focus off of advertising for for a while and i'm just you know I don't know. I mean it never does is a tough thing. What is for most podcasters. What this gasol can do what it gives the ninety percent of people. That are ninety. Five percent of podcasts. Don't have advertising gives them opportunity. The are easily try monetization path of support. True premiums right. That's my point. How how it takes you know the emphasis. 'cause i mean talk we we've been saying all along and this medium in And see if you've been around long enough to to this. This medium is a fairly noncommercial advertising type of medium right At its core and this does kind of play into audience relationships With the content creators and that that that is more fundamental i think to the medium. I don't know what you guys think about that. Well you know. I think i i hear a lot of what you're saying robin and agree with you. Both i think that this is going to provide opportunities for at a pathway for those craters. Who aren't yet at the scale. You know to to attract an advertiser on their own. Or i also love that. This gives them the flexibility to not join network. You know some. Some podcasters didn't really want to join network but had to be able to access advertising dollars Because it'd be grouped in aggregate with others to be able to sell a brand deal and this gives them the choice. And i think that choice great you know what i will say. The side as i mentioned before really continues. I've spent the last couple of weeks with the team. Acute code preparing for the ib podcast up fronts. Which many companies in the industry or participating in coming up in mid may. And you know that's a that's a really fun experience preparing for that and talking about how we're going to position herself in reach great brands to partner with key code. You know so. I think that this just gives you that flexibility. There are some things you don't actually mention with key code. Maybe a little bit more about what we're gonna do with. Subscriptions would that be helpful to talk about Yeah so with q code where we're watching you could plus and kuku pluses Really allow us to offer. Bonus content to loyal fans on listeners. Things like creative creative roundtables with the show. The talent behind the scenes making of kentucky pieces as you're used to seeing in tv in film we can also offer creative things as well. You know maybe it's alternate endings to our stories That we could get into overtime. We can give the super fans the chance to binge listen to our shows early and you know what i'm also really excited to think about too. Is you know. There's something's in fiction. We wanna make but You know one of the challenges as it does relate to an advertising model as you know. You really need to be releasing a fictional show with you. Know eight to ten episodes to have enough added in tori for an advertiser to be financially viable. It's much harder to do that. If your show is a one hour or one to three episodes right but if we think about that content is being something that are good plus members will help monetize as that might be something. That's exclusive to that subscription. We can make all different kinds of stories at different lengths of time because not having to design for the monetization pass necessarily as much. So you know i would. Just i would just point that. Out for other craters End people out there thinking about this. There's some really unique ways that you can consider how monetization fits into what you do. Maybe for you guys. And i don't mean to pitch you. Maybe what it is is a listener feedback. Our frankly that is exclusive and exclusive members where you could bring on a listener. Who wants to be back on the show. And they're getting the advice. Oba of robin todd here on their on their show specifically but that kind of feedback usually translates into valuable to other people There's all kinds of think creative ways you can think about it beyond just doing another episode of your show But making it a whole new format maybe within your show does terrific Comment and and point here. And i think that that's that's where you know. Todd you and i and our are going to get peppered. I think with questions that will. What is the the pathway. That is an independent podcast. Stor can utilize premium What kind of things can i do. And i think steve just raised some terrific ideas and You know that's that's a great topic for us to talk about to give people ideas on what they can do. Rob the at the problem is is we would do the first review and rip. Somebody's so bad that no one would be. You would tug people. These people would be scared to come on in and have that discussion. I'm just joking but no it's it's it is true though because you know i do this or five times a week with our current podcasters. I have a. I do thirty minutes with them. Talking about whooping out just a boom you know. Give him five action items out of a thirty minute. Call two things you can do and you know often or not though it might become a little bit boring rob because i find that i'm often giving the same five pieces of advice on every call and it doesn't always sometimes i'm like wow you're doing that. Oh you're doing that you oh you you are doing that and then you're like okay. Let's let's get deeper in the weeds and then is it really a content problem not a techno you do and everything either website and all the all the other stuff so something to think about the passive version of that too. You know that could be pretty cool for you to create. Todd you know like the master class ten episode Piece that would just be a part of part of what you do potentially I don't know interesting. Yeah the the solution could be different for different kinds of shows. I was i was thinking about I was thinking about other kinds categories in media. That really fun interesting to like little. Or even you know. Things like Like weddings and wedding planning or parenting and people getting ready to have their first kid. There's so many cool analogies out there to other kinds of books and things like that that we that we love that I i think that there's got to be a lot of people out there who are experts in these different fields. That might not have necessarily been able to scale with right appetizers but it's just again high value content that would be would be worth be worth a subscription to get access to and they made that platform so that you can do that. You're not just limited to doing one premium show you can set up multiples and you can make a choice for each one and what the monetization path is so many free many premium a sample. Then it goes to the you know. It's it's free for certain amount of time then. It goes beyond paywall vice versa. So there's all kinds of ways to mix it up so no matter what your model is. Maybe pay for the series not for single episode. You so it's the same type of you know there's a they've made it smart on the pathways. You can choose the monetize content. Then it's just up to you to make sure you market it and you know pointed out linked to it and i saw this this announcement Happen and they focusing industry you know. The first thing i thought of was The distinction that audible has in the market right audio books And then seeing that With what you're doing steve. And how those. Those are very similar to each other. It is going to be a convergence you think of audible hills into drama productions more because of this And the distinction of a audio book catalogue goes away because part of the podcasting premium podcasting experience. But if i had a finalist an author and had a podcast i would have that book as my premium offering right or sure. An why use audible. If you're building your brand around your podcast only be. It's in addition to yeah and you look at what Amazon's doing right now. With blending the amazon podcasting the amazon music and then audible together and then creating free account so they're basically creating a an environment there within audible. Were the these worlds are colliding with each other more. Now yeah i the the the philosophy major in me loves these distinctions around language and it's kind of all blending together in media right when you think about a long piece on youtube. How's it different from a tv show and whereas netflix's content different from a movie. And you know. I'm not sure. I have the answer in terms of how it's conceived of and some of it's just language but you know to your point about audiobooks. Broadly there's a lot of great thinking out there in industry. I would shout out. pushkin industries and with jacob weisberg and malcolm guatemala. Doing you know over there. They've done some really amazing work around malcolm's releases and and making them feel much more engaging than what i think. People are typically used to you know in an audio book that has a single narrator. Not not a lot of design so those guys are really. I think at the bleeding edge and deserve a lot of credit for how they're thinking about specifically because of malcolm's you know Distinction as as a fantastic author hall kind of bleed blood into the podcasts world. So so much room for experimentation in different approaches here as people make more high quality staffs as audiobooks start be produced more like what you're doing with q code to potentially get one hundred percent absolutely. Yeah that'd be really cool. Yeah we have Code has A number of shows that have come from apart from original scripts in podcasting. Q code is adopted. Written pieces before like the left right game was viral. Reddit thread That was written by a copywriter out of the uk. Diem jack anderson that just blew up on it and q. Code adopted that into a podcast that got incredibly popular The podcast it's fantastic and now Jack is writing a tv show version of series for amazon. So like i was sort of saying at the top. You know and all you'll in the air behind you there todd You know we should get the next door. Gotta podcast guys You know characters again that we love and wanted to see them all different forms and facets and they might start as a podcast and become a tv show or become comic book. And that's happened a lot you lauren. Shippen just released her book. You know the guys at the adventure zone travis. Travis assad justin griffith mcelroy have released the adventures own comic books. And and that's what i love. Podcasting is such an amazing medium. And i think we're just seeing incredible stories kind of coming out in different incoming two different life life in different ways right now so you see q. Code being doing a little bit like what. The wondering platform did as being a a source of tv shows. You look to the future well kiko. It's definitely had a good record there and also credit to the wonder team. Fan fantastic folks over there Have loved working with those guys in my prior life and still today and you know incredible group of people code. We have a number of projects in development I've lost track of the the number here but But all of our shows are on kind of path to adaptation other mediums whether that is tv or film or books or even stage. You know theater company. Podcast is a pretty cool notion as well But you know things like Dirty diana the left game like they mentioned You know we. We just announced our show. Edge of sleep is about to start Filming a tv. Show here very soon. So you know. That's not the primary purpose of kicker. It's doing but i think there's so much appetite out there in the world for great original stories that fans love you know that. I think that's why we're seeing a lot of that. Hollywood adaptation into other forms because they they know how ravenous podcasts fans are for these stories. And it's It's a more sure. Bet right when it can be a big financial risk to try and start something new When they see how excited podcast fans are for these. these shows. i think that's why they're adopting nonfiction as well. As fiction into these other mediums. I was talking with a podcasters tuesday. Wednesday wednesday was yesterday and he he does a fan fiction. Podcast and i got to talk until his. He's been doing for fun at this point. He did this first ten you know. He did his ten episodes of what that particular storyline was going to be in. He's got more to more and work. He's like well now. I'd like to make this a little bit. Sustainable you know and You know. I'm not worried. He's not worried about making millions of dollars but it you know. He'd like davalos supplementary income. He's close to retirement age and And i just you know. I had mentioned you know. Advertising way premium contents away. And i said he built enough people on your first series to be able to promote the second series premium wise. And so that was discussion too. Because i think what podcast is going to have to start thinking about is there's their strategy on their transition from having free to be able to start offering something premium and then being able to have enough of a funnel to get people over there People that are savvy markers already. Probably be able make that transition. But i don't think a lot of podcasters are so. I foresee a lot of masterclasses on how to make that transition to be. They don't like that word It's it's yeah. I don't know why but anyway there's gonna be. You know people have to figure out how to make that while continuing to ride the free to promote the premium It's double the work. Yeah or more. I think certainly a lot of opportunity out there for for you know people who can give great guidance In this time i remember There was a really famous iowa's development course that came out of stanford on how to write I guess it was i fono. S at the time but how to write apps back in the early days and millions of developers actually learn how to code using course from stanford and so. Maybe it's maybe it's not a masterclass. Maybe it's something that that a little bit different. But i i was thinking back on that guys and i was thinking about how you know. Is there going to be somebody who's going to step up and make that definitive guy. That's going to help people through the time because you're right. There's a lot of education needed as the industry continues to professionalize and and has opportunities so we've just gave a bunch of be listening to this a whole bunch of ideas so they drop an i. Robin steve will take your take five percent. Thank you very much. Oh oh go. Go ahead. Ron fish i was just gonna ask you To talk a little bit about some of the the the show concepts that you guys are working on over there q code and what the what the thinking is behind some of these productions I know that you're working on a couple of new ones here that you're you're just about to launch or you've launched already. What would you tell us about a little bit. Yeah sure so. Broadly code really started With what they call genre. So it's a lot of sci fi horror sort of fantasy Over time has expanded out to other genres as well. You know kids and family. There's a a kid show called hang decalogue which was By the way was a popular book series blood book series for for many folks from the south end from texas that show actually starting at math megani As you know. Friendly ranch dog Teaching life lessons. But there's also been dirty. Diana which is a female roddick starring demi moore and you know like i said an action comedy on wanted so we're really expanding out into something for all for everybody for all ages and all all generous. We want people to get into fiction regardless of their interest in the same way that you know. There's all different kinds of of books and tv and all those kinds of things as we move forward. I'm trying to think of all the shows we've announced we're gonna release over fifteen shows this year Catalog is currently at around twelve. So a pretty significant growth from us in terms of what we're creating and that's a combination of you know new original stories as well as new seasons so some of our fans favorite series actually creating second seasons is really hard and so actually q code hasn't hasn't done that just yet but we did announce blackout season two is coming back To coming in its series is coming back very soon. can't yet announce a release date. But it's but it's coming up quickly We're doing a show called edith with Roseman park where she starts. Edith wilson. the famous Wife of woodrow wilson who was sort of secretly Present a united states was incapacitated. This this is really fun. We're doing this in partnership with crooked media and so it's got a really fun Political satirical edge to it and you can kind of think of it as sort of like a a weekend at bernie's like veep if you know both that showed that movie so it's it's really a fun series and got a number of other ones in the works that again range from comedy deci fi and kids and family to drama so We're we're trying to put something out there for all ages and all All interests so. How are you guys planning on marketing and promoting these getting getting the word out. Are you gonna treat it kind of like Like tv series or a movie or something like that. Or what's the what's the overall strategy that that that you guys are looking to do to try and drive audience to these things. Yeah we. I guess i'd say at a high level we try and make these experiences for for for people and that they can participate in and be excited to be a part of Of course evergreen right but the same way that we're all excited about you know the latest episode of a you know a favorite series. It's running on tv. We want fans to have that same connection and so we do things like invest heavily are inside of of the podcast feels very cinematic on. We want people to have insight into the world that we're creating but But but one of the things i would say is we also mindful of the fact that part of the fun of these series is is the ability to match nation right to go for a walk or do those tours around the house and think about the character in the way that you imagine it in your mind like a good book allows you to do so. We kinda ballot out the art that we provide versus you know the again leaving room for the listeners imagination and you know on a on a more sort of like tactical level. We invested in social media a lot of organic Social media building our newsletter. Or you know. Try to do fun. event series on instagram live and clubhouse to engage with fans and listeners and Trying to build these up as as something that you want to be a part of excited to participate in i rob. I lost you for a second. That's weird yeah. I can't hear you rob. Yeah we hear you. Something went one other thing. I'll add while you're getting that figured out is on on this sort of marketing. Gross i you know Always been a big proponent of where podcasters can collaborate. And you know. I think that's something that People do through paid ads on other shows. And that's that's fantastic. But i'm really a big believer in how the community a individuals can be smart about how they partner with other shows where there's mutual interest in do things like crossovers those kinds of collaborations that i would say actually youtubers are famous for and so you know being able to guest on other shows or maybe fanatically align with other shows that are related to your content. Is something that. I'm thinking a lot about where there might be a topic or a theme. You know that Fans of of our show or fans or another might actually value from from that collaboration between the two more thematically. Recover your audio round. Oh that's weird. We can barely hear you now. We can't it's we can't hear you maybe tricalm back in on skype. It just like it went. As i heard something go and then he went silent. All right there you go. Good to go is better guys i. I'm so sorry for this. But i unfortunately have Immune here our so. I have to drop out. But thank you so much for having me on. And i've love chatting with you. It's great to see you guys. And what about an honor to be here with you. Real quick steve. What's the best way to reach you. Oh man i don't know. Can i plug my twitter and okay. Yeah so i'm on twitter. You can look me up. Atp steven wilson has so as t. e. p. h. e. n. wilson and connected with with both of you there so maybe people can find me through you guys on on twitter all right. Hey thank you so much for coming on in best of luck over there hueco guys he can't do find out you know rob the whole The whole piece on being able to do fan fiction. That's just that just every time i think about it. Just you know. I'm not that type of greater so it's got to be challenging. Yeah i mean there's going to be a lot of diversity that's gonna come out of fiction. I think fiction is going to unlock a bunch of areas. That's going to you know Bring into the podcasting medium. A lot of different craters that haven't been involved in the medium. And i think that you know what code is doing is going to. It's it's going to unlock a lot of Different types of content different types of community building I'm i think it's it's the natural evolution. I've been surprised. It's taken so long for fiction to get traction but i think it really gets back like you were saying earlier. Todd that it's just expensive and complicated to produce these type of programs and the best people to do it our folks out of hollywood that are involved in script writing and and having actors and and having fully production and all this kind of stuff which i think the timing for subscription. I think is perfect for that to help it out that grow and develop. The question that i have is are all of us are a large number of us going to commit to a lot of different subscriptions. If you look at the stats. The the average podcast consumer only subscribes to what five or six maybe seven different shows. Different series Are they going to replace this. And i know that audiobooks of always been a big chunk of the The audio listening side In in this medium to some degree not as podcast but as audiobooks. I just wonder if bringing audio books together into podcasting is gonna help podcasting because of audiobook listeners. Out there yeah. That's interesting to see where it's gonna go. Here's one thing. I wanna talk about though Today to is apple version. Fourteen point five has come out coming I think it came. Didn't it so it's been beneficially released. Yeah i was. Fourteen point five has been released. I'm trying to get to upgraded yet. Yeah i did. And i wanted to see what our show look like on the new. So yeah this is what it looks like on the new for those of you. That are watching. This is what the what the show looks like now and I went to a scroll in a little bit here and look at the Looking at specific episode I'm really happy here because Some people are having challenges with their listings now with the fourteen point five and how they how they look and It looks to me. Like apple has definitely improved. The i'm gonna go and look at my show you how this is beautiful absolutely freaking beautiful so before this this. I'm i'm really really happy here. And if it's salads showing his iphone. Eso is if i'm looking it getting new central which has extensive showed notes. Everything is formatted really really well. And it's got this is it's it a bit. It's it's recognizing more of the more of taxed From the show notes from the show notes history. And it's it's following more of the html rules so my show used to be really kind of not as great because i use all kinds of different little functions so it looks really awesome. I mean it looks really really awesome and I'm just load up. Few shows that I'm associated with besides this one and i'm really really happy with the new formatting and apple podcast From show notes standpoint. So i will actually downloading to install it myself if any of you are you know have upgraded your iphone. Go look at your go. Look at your show listing under fourteen Apple podcasts fourteen. Point five and look at your show note specifically Some of you that may have been having challenges before potentially a very happy today And another thing too is they also are now lincoln to the episode website at the bottom of the show notes too so you can actually get to the website right. So if i just click on this butter being butter boom I'm not gonna do the internet right now because of i don't want the phone rang earlier. And you guys disappeared off the screen So this is this is really misses. Really nice what they've done here and you know. It's that's the blueberry show and to got a nice background in. Here's the podcast simpler User experience compared to the other you. I i think they've made it. I think they've cleaned it up a lot. You know and made this. The the other one was a little confusing. They made the they made the show listings. A it's okay. Click on a show you see the episodes. He clicked play. It's not that complicated. Or but i never gave a lot of value to having because the show notes were always kinda jacked from app. The app depending on how they formatted it. And you know this to me is my biggest surprise of of the day to be honest with you. I had not looked before the show. On how the formatting looked and it looks it looks fabulous so I'm really really really pleased with a fourteen point five and how it looks. Visually and That's gonna give a big boost to. Yeah well. I think it's been needed i. I think you know i've been. I've been using the apple. Podcast app for. I mean the whole time. That's my that's my primary driver. I've i felt that it's been been a little bit too confusing to us at times and what was needed right so I'm i'm hoping you know that is cleaned up because then we might see more more adoption and of the apple. Podcasts experience which i think is my my preferable experience anyway so when i hit browse All the all the normal stuff is there that i would expect but i very rarely browsed. But you know they've got this new thing here of the new and noteworthy getting some major Some major major major Exposure top shows. Yeah i thought. I thought that they were dropping. The new and noteworthy. Well not not what. I can see still new noteworthy here okay. They've got at the top they've got feature shows invisible seizing freedom slow-burn ship always had the you know the top scrolling scrolling bar hasn't changed at all but I think they've done at least in the library for your specific show Very very pleased with the way. This looks right now and Shows a publish date in click. More brings up more information about the show kim episode website. I don't even have to go. Yeah goes let me on that boom takes me right and it takes me to the right episode on new media. Show takes me to the right Right to the episode page So that's something that's nice as well so while though they say we They did get frequency. is bi. Weekly biweekly yeah. By i guess it was so yeah. Yeah but the everything looks good on this. So i'm pretty happy with that. And of course if you've upgraded iowa's were team point five. Don't remember remember now going to privacy. You can opt out of being tracked on a whole bunch of apps now specifically facebook. You can turn all that stuff off so they can't track you know more they're gonna try to opt you in. I opt out so that they can't track you all those new privacy features. They've added fourteen point five. I do wonder how that impacts the user's experience though on facebook. Yeah well just if. It's better doesn't make it better while we think it make mesa -tising and retargeting and all that stuff so he can't be retargeted. No more if you choose not to be tracked though thus on my question my questions more they use that data. Four relevancy the rob they use. They feed us in their news. Feed what they think. They're going to still see what we're what we're liking. They just now they don't. They're not gonna have as much insights into us. i think. That's good law. I think it is too. I just wonder how it's going to impact on. They're not happy about it. And the wall that we see of sources of content man. We need to mind their own. Damn business as pars. I'm concerned i'm an adult enough to seek out what i want to seek out on facebook so but you know it was just always a trade off right. Yeah there is. And i think it's You know as much as facebook complained about it. It's pretty good trade-off eight. We did get some new jingles in redid in Let's see here. Can i play one of these. I don't know if. I want to play the whole thing. But i play one of them here for you guys as skin here this one. Welcome to the show was show again. He actually gonna listen to this junk. Do it live right. You just can't get enough for media. Show let's go being better going to do it. Live george going the new media. Show like adam curry and you're more like john. I i am very old from bill. O'reilly joins media show screaming. Oh my gosh so anyway. We haven't used to many of those today. So i thought i would just throw it out there. We did not get any comment from crystalline. We didn't get any response from webster. We didn't get any. Of course. Dan franks didn't have his own promo until now i don't zone six okay. So someone in the in the audience. How do i use bank to in the in the sound pads. So i've uploaded softbank to how do i. How do i play the second banks in the road. Caster someone's going to give the answer. Okay i'm gonna try right now all right so excuse me. There's a there's a a a little soundbite that we got about mr tom webster. So let me push my pad and see if it plays it. Hang on here eat me. Tom webster That's the that's the original one. There's a newsroom rosalyn. yeah there's a new one. Oh yeah you're right bank. Where's where's bank. I know there's banked. But how do i go to bank to. That's what i'm trying to figure out. Okay let me. Because we've loaded stuff into bank to. And i don't know how to get the bank to museum nout icon. What is that mean. Note icon music note. Icon me tom webster. That's the same one. Newsy load icon a gallon after a year so go back to one and Drop this new one in there. Because i see a tom webster. Had great point way. Why that phrase makes me nervous so yeah that's one of the new ones. But anyway i don't know how we play hit the music nuke icon on the podcast or screened music note icon right on the road caster scr. Oh music okay and oh now i see how to do. It's at the top. We got to be smarter than the. It's basically rob. You have to actually go into the settings so right yeah right next to where you're Microsd card is the music. It's a little little music ikea yup and then you can change your bank to bank three got to be smart. See mike dow he knew how to how to do that. Thank you mike. So some of the play the new one for for dan francs here so dan actually is gonna come on the show next wednesday. So the following wednesday I think it's could be could could be the following right right so herald on a plate. Dan's one dan's talking. About mr danny boy. Franks yes all right. That's enough Non topic playing of jingles here. So we we definitely appreciate the jingles we have received and from lille luke. Arrive is hit come. Is that his real last name. So i think it is. His real name appears a fine name. Todd okay. i'm just confused. I've never heard anybody with that. Last name before are we are we. Are we pronouncing it. Wrong is say it could be could be lee. 'cause you so sorry. Leigh teasing on you here. But i i honestly never heard the last name before so are how you know. They don't know how to because it almost sounds like i'm insulting. You and. I certainly don't wanna do that. No no but thank you for. The dingoes would definitely feeling much feeling quite special. Here for the for the jingles but rob getting. We got eleven minutes before we gotta go. What a what else not that. There's anything happening in the podcasting space this week. my god We picked a good time to go back to once a week. Pile them in right. Well i did see that. The infant andile was released down in australia. And there's some interesting stats came out of that too. They were trying to thirty percent of people driving around. Their cars are listening to podcasts. That's a good thing over from twenty five percent just a year ago so so you have access to that tuta. That what you're looking at namm look the pod. News article gorst And then Let's see here. What's the other one where they talk about podcasts. But if i tell. People are pissed off about joe rogan. There's a pretty nasty article about him And well i don't. I think obviously i think this was written by by james. This title says spotify's drunk stoned. Transphobic conspiracy theorist joe rogan has told healthy twenty one year olds to not bother getting a coronavirus vaccine. So we'll link to a story of a cody. Lester a healthy college student and baseball player. Colorado mesa university died any april eight last year. After catching the virus. He was twenty one. So there's been an article this come out on this to someone burning pretty hard on on an an public posted blog posts. I think early on. There's a lot of speculation I i heard from those in the medium saying that they were counting the days of how long joe was gonna last at spotify. He's making any news is good news when it comes let you. But that's that. I was going to take it to another level and say maybe that's exactly. What spotify wants is controversy. Because then that's going to drive attention. Hey doug if you wanna knock something out or as we would we. We are very open to any type of really cool creative thing. Douglas is a chat room. Yays wants to have anything you want us to have. Something knocked out for you. Yeah anytime we any little fun. Jingle you've been in cover are two you've been you've been listening to the show long enough doug that you know our little memes on the show. So we'll just let your little creative geniuses do what they wanna do talk. Putt putt cast awareness in australia. Twelve plus h plus is. I went up Looks like what Four percent from twenty twenty two twenty twenty one just fairly consistent with what we've seen in the us. Not that was interesting. Yeah it it. Looks like Podcast awareness compared to the us. This is this is interesting. You see this time. I looked at the actual report. I guess read the headline hardcastle awareness in the us and twenty twenty one is only seventy eight percent in. What is it in australia. It's ninety one. Wow so you know outside of the us. I've been saying this for a while. is actually growing in per capita consumption Even faster than in the us so growth is happening really fast outside of the us so without getting into any trouble here Ninety nine percent invisible has been purchased. Serious serious serious now serious. I guess my as of measuring ninety nine percent invisible is about over if they're going over to serious but I maybe in a rightly so because he deserves to be well not rightly so but he deserves to be in a top ten list somewhere This show will easily up surp- some people in a top ten list if they if they are submitted to beep measured The show does very very very very very very well from an audience. Mars right yeah and But it's interesting you know. Terms are given but roman mars to give one million dollars from the sale support radio topiary shows says px ninety nine percent visible star in two thousand ten initially competent like kickstarter. So here's this. Here's the challenge radio topa. While they created a lot of great shows he was the anchor over there. Yeah and he's been doing very very well for many years. I know that he's been the anchor that the all the radio topi shows did not go to siriusxm so they're independent a lot of them right right. That's my understanding. If i'm wrong someone let me know that but I think that we are. We'll see what happens with this because my understanding is they used to do a similar type of Npr fundraiser year To raise money. That's and i don't know if we took advertising to be quite honest i don't know But you know he's he's the oh. Jeez so so. I think that I just think this is. This is a huge deal for him. This is you know. I hope. I hope he got as much as close as much money as Rogin but i don't know sirius. Xm would've shell deca cash out but if he's going to give a million dollars to saw the donating a million dollar so he must. He must have done well So yeah this is. This is this is really really good. But we'll see those shows that didn't move what happens Right i i again. I i dunno. I hope they hope the wrestle shows can stand you. It's like it's like a mall right in a mall. What happens in a mall. You you lose the the end cap and the the rest of the network around. You know it's like you lose then cap and then what happens. The isn't too long before the mall's empty but you know they've got ear hustle that's a big show There's some big wins over here. So you know who who's gonna end up being the linchpin for radio topi now That's that's a good question. So i think there's several shows that are part of a ninety nine percent invisible. That are coming as well. So there's not because he has a couple of different articles interest and So we'll see what happens with the this. I don't eat which your thoughts. I mean show like that. I'm not surprised. Didn't get get scooped up now. What does that mean for. Oh as far as that platform. Yeah yeah anchor. Shows are pretty important platforms. Yeah now granted you know those folks have a lot of lot of platforms to work with right. It's it's it. It's quite a mashup brands that they have over there. So who knows. Maybe you were radio. Topiary doesn't survive as a separate brand. Yeah that's you know. You don't ever wanna wish ill upon someone. But that's got to be a big big big big blow so we'll see but but there but the good thing is serious didn't do what What spotify did they're gonna. It's gonna remain free. It's still gonna be on there on all the distribution points. I haven't seen a lot about what's what the plan is for that. Have you tried the spotify deal with the sending a podcasts over to be on facebook. Have you tried that. That action have not yet. I did and it didn't work so i don't know if it's not rolled out or not but as able to share to my facebook news feed but i didn't get a player i gotta post seven news post as if i was and then when i clicked on the link it took me back to the spotify. App didn't actually play on facebook. So it didn't embed a player didn't embedded player when i tested it so maybe it's just not implemented yet so if anyone has had seen a player get embedded back from on on facebook from spotify. Please let us know that. It didn't work for me when i tested. Now it's been a couple since the announcement. I tested on the day of the announcement so maybe just wasn't rolled out yet. Many years ago used to be able to do that on the facebook. You still get a a player. Yeah we we built one two and right. Well what we it was a trick. We had to put it before file clerk had to put an mp for pile over there and And the problem is soon as you scrolled past the content. It quit plan so what they did with. The spotify is good in that view can keep on scrolling initial keep on playing so that in itself is is good news taught. I was just looking at that. The infinite dial study for australia and from twenty twenty two twenty twenty one. It's showing a twelve percent uptick in monthly podcast listening twelve percent from twenty five percent to thirty seven. Yeah i saw that. That's that's a huge huge. But i mean that's that's a bigger jump in in listening that i've seen any other country in the world rob understand how lockdown australians and new zealand are. They can't travel but they're also not well. They can't even if they can probably needs. They can't even go from state to state without re corentin. I think that's australia. I think they com- states not provinces. So if i'm wrong. Shirley i apologize but you know. Central travel was need. You had to have a central travel just to travel within your own country. So you know butts. But they're cova. Instances are very lows. I mean mass for dinner eight mandated there and locked it down. So no i i. I watched a couple of youtube channels people down in australian. No one's wearing masks. But yeah so. Things are pretty much back to normal. It's just it's it's the traveling well. They've locked borders. And so since. So i've got a i know someone from the uk. America Did a call with the guy that is running. a uk. It's basically putting podcasts. On the radio in the united kingdom and and pala jobs. He's probably listen. Show forget what the address of the website is. But you know they're playing playlists a podcast on actual radio and I had an appointment with him. And i had a mess up with my schedule. And he says i'm on my way to zealand. I'm like how in the hell are you getting into new zealand and Long story short. I did a discount call with him monday. And he's the aid of his quarantine so he's on a two week kearns team down there at an incredible cost suggest to get into the country and it because he's a new zealand seat. A citizen stays in the country for ninety days. New zealand will pay for his hotel. Stay leaves before ninety as he has to pay for it so or reimbursed or whatever but yeah he's doing fourteen days quarantine so yeah they can. Yeah so. I'm not surprised that podcast listening is up right. That's probably gonna explain why. We're not gonna see mr james cridland at any events here anytime soon. I don't know what the deal australia. I don't even think you can. At least in the united states you can leave the country and go somewhere. You are based in australia. It's like you gotta have a letter from the government even like go international you. Just you just can't go anywhere right and again. I don't quote to be an expert in this but you know that's my understanding in an in weekly podcast listening. I was quoting Monthly in the prior number. That was up twelve percent. The weekly podcast. Listening is up Basically what the was it nine percent on the weekly side which is another huge embrace bake. Well we are here at the bottom of the hour. Yup we are and I was great. To have steve wilson on. I know we've been wind. How c wilson on this show for god ten years yet so. I'm todd at blueberry dot com of course at news twitter I can be found on twitter as well at rob greenlee and If you want to send me an email you could send it to a rob g at lipson dot com upbeat here from you and we of course make sure knew me. Show dot com. Get subscribe to the podcast. If you are follow the podcast if you're not already follows. That's all been changed now and apple followed as follow yup and What we're gonna do is we're heading outta here today. We're gonna leave you with a little cool tones as close out the show as we're waiting for the stream we catch up to everything those of you that are listening Be the audio podcast. You're gonna miss the cool tones. Well maybe maybe i'll leave it in there but Already will see you next wednesday here on the new. take care. see next time. Back

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What Was the Most Hummed Song of 2020?

Direct from Hollywood

02:39 min | 5 months ago

What Was the Most Hummed Song of 2020?

"And at the right time that story can work magic and right now you could all use a boost. I'm acted on opem. Kill and on my new podcast unabomb cares. I will share with you from life. From growing up in the himalayan foothills over five hundred bollywood i will also bringing stories of untold heroes from around the world lift. Our spirits and remind us at anything can happen. Find an open kiss on the iheartradio app apple podcast or wherever you get your podcast hi. This is bowen yang here. And if you're excited as i am about the upcoming fourth season of search party on hbo max then you'll want to tune into search party. The podcast in each episode. I go behind the scenes with the writers and actors of be disturbingly dark comedy and chat favorite moments and themes with special guests celebrity fans search parties season four to pm on january fourteenth seasons one through three available now. Meanwhile subscribe listen to search party. The podcast on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. Direct from hollywood with ryan seacrest as technology expands the way we enjoy and discover music new ways of categorizing. What makes a hit are arriving and on that note for the first time ever. Google has announced their most hummed songs of the year. If you don't know google's introduced to function on your phone search bar that allows you to hummy tune you'll know the words to it in order to identify it so without further ado the most hone- songs of the year actually the biggest hit of two thousand nineteen little gnaws xs old town road. That makes sense. But what's more surprising is the second most hunt song. An eighties classic. That proves you can't keep a good melody down no matter how long it's been around rick ashley's never gonna give you up. That's direct from hollywood. We're all shopping for essentials online these days and now you can get rewarded for it with the bank of america cash rewards credit card. You can choose to earn three percent. Cashback on online shopping essentials. The essentials have never felt more rewarding visit bank of america dot com slash more rewarding to apply now copyright twenty twenty bank of america corporation. Hey everyone is michelle. Williams and i love being able to share my story with you on my podcast checking game with michelle williams where my guess and i get real as we share the ups and downs of our mental health journeys and love you to join me. Hey is going to be your church and your turn up. So listen to checking game with michelle williams every tuesday. A part of the black affect on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts.

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Did Intel CHEAT on Benchmarks?? - The WAN Show Oct 12, 2018

The WAN Show Podcast

56:41 min | 2 years ago

Did Intel CHEAT on Benchmarks?? - The WAN Show Oct 12, 2018

"What I was doing today, I was installing us. Sound bar, took you all day. Well, I was installing a sound bar with Alex. Oh, and have you ever tried to achieve something with Alex? Actually, I don't think so. Usually involves a drill. Okay. That makes sense. I could see that. So did you guys go way over and above? Actually? No, no. The sound bar was not not crazy Janke or anything like that. The more fun thing that we did is I don't know if when you rolled into the office today, you noticed that the super civic kind of moved by heard lines yesterday it was loud. Yeah. So the full plane team had a little viewing session through the window. Yeah. So we were working yesterday on what I think maybe the greatest video that line is media group really has ever created while. So basically what happened was. A particular projector brand? Yup. Reached out wanting us to do a sponsored video on a projector and the writing team. Having learned our lesson from the the fiasco, that was the how nerds watch sports fall video, really put their heads together to try to come up with a concept that wouldn't get us completely as the kids say, wrecked in the YouTube comments. Okay. And we came up with this one. Won't. Look, we came up with the idea because here's the thing about projectors. Yeah, projectors are really good at one thing. A big picture in a dark room. I thought you're gonna say projecting. Light. Boca? Yeah, for Jack up. Dig light picture darker. Yeah. And they are super mediocre at best at everything else. Yeah. And so when you're trying to come up with a unique spin on a projector, it's like coming up with, I, you know, I was about to say it's like coming up with the unique spin on socks, but actually coming up with unique spin on Sox's pretty easy. You can put them on your feet. You can put them on your hands to go like this. You can wear sandals on top of them. You'd like there's all kinds of different legitimately use them as gloves. If you really need lots of different ways to enjoy socks, projector, best enjoyed from the couch popcorn in dark her with a projector screen, we've had it like disproportionately high amount of like brands that make projectors approach us about making unique content. So you pretty much name it. We've kind of done it and we only really like to review projectors like a one, it's not sponsored because we don't like to cross our streams there as the as the kids say across streams the but we don't. We don't really like to review them when they're isn't something really different technologically about them. So when I see a four k. one twenty Hertz projector that has like some kind of like superhuman DLP wheel spins faster than any deep yelp e we'll ever spun before then, then that'll probably merit a review. Okay. Just like what we did with Adele has a really unique projector, it's a four k. laser projector, that's a super short throw. So you put it like twelve eighteen inches from the wall, and you got this gigantic really sharp image because it's laser install, sort of it's like hybrid laser. There's a deal he will involved fire call correctly. Anyway. The point is it was really different than we did a review meta. So the one that we were working on for this, it was it was different in the sense that it's higher brightness compared to most projectors of this type, which is great because higher brightness means you don't have to have quite such dark room in order to have a good viewing experience. But it wasn't like fundamentally different technologically. So we weren't going to be doing a review of it. And so we were like, we're like, okay, you know, so far we've upgraded our boardroom. We've installed a projector in my children's bed like that was that was pretty out there which actually they love. I took it down recently because we changed the layout of their room, but they, they actually love having that up. There's pretty cool. And we thought, you know what? We haven't really seen a lot of in the last couple of decades drive in theaters. The drive in theater is kind of, you know, like a lost art form. I know of one. Yeah. So only one, then we thought, what if we took the drive in theater concept. On the road. It's that's why it's okay. Okay. So you guys are going to have to watch the video, but I'll let me put it this way. We organized a meet up for like I like an experienced viewing experience party of the portable drive in theater machine. And four people showed ask how many people show. Five, if you count the guy who owns the field? Oh, my goodness. And you guys play hilarity hilarity ensued. We ended up playing rocket league. Rick Ashley's. Never gonna give you up. Okay. And some of some of Brandon's beautiful footage from, okay. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah, honestly, rocket league on a mobile setup off the front of a car actually sent. Super cool. Since you're playing with controllers anyways, you gotta sit wherever and I will tell you this. It was cold last night, and I was very happy to have a warm hood to sit on. So I'm sitting here in the middle of the field, right? Very premium, sitting there in the middle of a field with a controller with this gigantic like it's a two hundred inch screen or some seventeen feet whenever not works out to seventeen foot we, we actually purchased. Yes, we bought it. We purchased, I had no idea. We spent two hundred dollars of Linus media groups, hard earned money. So everyone sending super chats today. You guys are are making up for the gigantic inflatable projector screen that we bought apparently well, not yet not making up for it yet. Yeah, we got. We got. We got ten dollars superjet. Thank you. Thank you for that. Hell cat, thank you. How can break we should probably get into like some topics for the day. We got a lot of great topics for you guys. There was the made by Google hardware event. There is also the made by razor hardware event. I actually have my hands on the pixel three right there. The pixel three XL I've actually been spending most of my time with the XL so far and I'm going to go back to it. I'm just having a weird issue with it where it's not getting hangups notifications. So I popped my Symon this one so that I could see if it was just isolated to that other unit and does appear to be isolated to the other unit. So I'd have to figure out what the crap is going on. Maybe reformat and see what happens to not only do I not get a notification, but if I open up an unlocked, the phone open the hangouts app, I still won't get an education until I happened to open a conversation thread with. Person who sent me a message in the time since I got my last notification and then it will spend me with every hangup notification. I got from anyone else in the meantime. Oh jeez. Yeah, it's like hilariously broken. I ever seen anything quite like it. Yeah, I'm trying to refrain. I'm so interested because this is Jen one in his starting to really show its age, and I'm in like looking for a new phone territory, but that one's really small and the other one's notch is very ugly. Yeah. It's like shoddy. Remember not that long ago. We had a poll about, like what influences your smartphone personally options right now? I don't remember, but go ahead. We had one on on Wednesday. We had a straw poll, and like we talked about how like, yeah, probably more people have have designed influences than they realize just net a lot of films just look really similar, so it's not a big deal. I didn't realize how much that notch might influence me. Wow. There's a picture of on posted on Twitter. Yeah, on the couch, the notch from faraway is really. What the heck and pull that out. I've seen I've seen an iphone excess and it's not, and it's doesn't seem that annoying to me. But this like giant, I called it a fedora on Twitter, this giant block, easy thing in the middle of your phone is just so weird. Yeah. Here you can see it from here, let the head. So that's us on the couch and that's been hotch on. Like it looks like there's a huge dent in the top of your phone. Yeah. Wow. Yeah, that's. That's a lot like, I don't know that. Have you seen the pictures of the notch delete? Were they blackout the notch area and then they put your notification stuff on just a black bar. So it looks like there's no notch because there is the big black bar now I haven't seen that. Yeah, but between that and the gigantic chin bar that they're only sort of gesture based navigation gives you. It feels like going back to like each TC one m Saturn, honestly, like in terms of the forehead and chin experience that I'm having using that phone. So what what I know you're reviews not for a bit and you always like spending more time with phones, but you had to give like a short term preliminary opinions. Hold on a second. I actually didn't watch their keynote yet. I'll like watch it later. Okay. So I don't know the price. How much is the pixel. One hundred to less than the iphone. Holy crap. So Canadian now that's Canadian. Okay. So hold on a minute. So what like seven ninety nine or something I believe seven ninety nine. Okay. I'm just going to change this Americans. We were supposed to be going through the topics for this today, but I guess we're just getting a little bit sidetracked here foams. That's probably for sixty four cake. Okay. So here we go. So seven ninety nine. Yeah. So it's hard because it's really, really young. It's a here. I always I always lose track of pricing because I'm Canadian. And so I buy things in Canadian rupees, but then I, I tried to speak in American dollars because the majority of our viewers are American. So I, I always forget when I'm comparing slicing. Yeah. Yeah, I actually, no, that's true. Not the majority of our viewers are American. We actually have a ton from the UK now that really took off in the last like couple of years here we go. All right. So I'm just finding out how much note nine is brand new? Yes. Remember how many times do I have to tell it to you? He's oughta clicks to figure this out. Really bad. Okay. So nine hundred nine zero to two hundred dollar difference to note nine. If Samsung had a commitment to support their devices with timely updates for three to four years, like apple dies. Then my answer would be very simple by a note nine or failing that s. nine plus. Because. I just. Yeah, I just don't. I don't know, and there's other wild cards in there right now to so I actually have the pixel three and the pixel three XL. Normally these days, I review the the dominion the max version of phones together. I've been doing it for that way for I think a couple years now, but I'm reviewing these two separately. Oh, because they are completely different phones just like the pixel two and the pixel two x. our in the sense that like every phone is very samey these days these two are as different from each other as any other phone is from any other phone as far as I'm concerned in terms of their design in terms of the the experience of using them, they have things in common. But in that same way, an iphone and other more different iphone have a lot of things in common, but there are different phones just to be clear all of the hardware is the same right. Pretrial the cameras are the same thing to seep the same think the Rams the same as far as I know. But what I don't know based on because I haven't tested yet is based on the size of the chassis. I don't know if the performance is going to be the same as actually in things naming because thermals. Okay. And you know, moderate modern devices of batteries and other big one and modern devices are designed to thermal throttle basically, yes. Just a matter of what the manufacturers tolerance was for how much thermal throttling they want when they want it to kick in how they're balancing surface skin temperatures versus the temperatures of the processors inside like they're really different devices. So pixel three pixel three excel razor gaming phone to your ACO. Sarah phone. The polka phone f one. That's just off the top of my head. Those are the phone reviews that I still have to work on right now. So I have a lot of work to and the polka phone f. one is a really interesting one because that one's only two ninety nine. And while the custom raum sort of seen has kinda died down a little bit since since Samsung. In particular fixed, touch wiz with the move to Samsung experience. It's kind of popping up again around that for, oh, yeah. The one plus sixteen is coming, isn't there a company that essentially it's not called Santa Jim anymore, but isn't there a company that picked up the sign it and project that I'm not sure I heard about this. I'm just not. Yeah. I'm not sure about that one but our, but anyway, the polka phone f. one on the communities kind of springing up around that phone because the skin on it is terrible. Like I have the same kinds of issues that I did the last time I reviewed a Xiaomi phone like they're just not well optimized for the North American user period and much worse things than just like you have to install Netflix manually using an AP k. rather than through the play store, like you'll be like it's not compatible device a, what do you mean? It's not compatible with my advice. Three Dickey's of course it is dragon eight, forty, five. It's the same damn phone as every other phones just with a different Chinese face on the front. So so whereas I going with this, right? So because the software experiences so bad, but the hard. There is like banging for the price is similar hardware to atop to your Samsung or talk to your Google phone except a crappier camera, right for three hundred dollars. And the reality of it is not everybody cares about their smartphones camera that much. So it's very compelling. So anyway, that's video that I've been kind of been working on for a while, but I decided not to review with the stock skin. So I have never done that before. I actually intended with the me. Mick. Interesting to s I think it was. I think it was remixed to it was it was one of the most. It was a Shami phone, but I had intended to go ahead because I got like a Chinese version of it, and I had wanted to install like a more stock, Android experience type Rahm like I had wanted to go through the whole, like unlocking the boot loader. Maybe it wasn't stock Android experience. Maybe I just had had bought a Chinese one, and then I wanted to put a US rom on it and that wasn't supported yet. But then while I was in the process of working on all this nonsense, they released a US global version of it. And I was like, okay, we'll work was all for nothing anyway. So I have never actually gone to the lengths that of installing a different skin, like different rom on a phone prior to reviewing it. But for me, the polka phone f one is a unique owns, yeah, case because it's unusable with the stock skin in my opinion. And if you can add a very significant amount of value. Yes, that makes like to the point where people should be doing my if they buy this, I think of any kind of mod as how much I'm paying myself to do the work. And if I'm paying myself three dollars an hour to install like to to, you know, hack a game console or something. You know where there's realistically six exclusives. I wanted to play for that console anyway, and I could have bought them all for two hundred dollars. And this is like a a thirty hour Maude but it's like. It's like things like that. That might break your thing that I'm going to run out, and I'm going to have to get a new soldering iron for because I need like, you know, like a high, like a high. A high mass, like I need a high mass soldering iron to make sure that I can hit this high temperature without affecting this other nearby. Chipper link, whatever. Whatever. There's like all these hoops on jumping through and I go, no, this is stupid. I'm just gonna go by the games. Whereas if it's if it's if it's a different type of Maud, like if it's a four hour Maude and I can get, you know, two hundred or three hundred dollars value out of it. I'm paying myself fifty sixty sixty five dollars. An hour will then I look at it as something that I could reasonably recommend to a viewer and it's worth the effort for me of going through and documenting this process and laying it out for people. So so that's why I want to do it that way. People were pointing out. It's me after Google that, but thanks guys that is called lineage OS apparently like new continuation. So might be interesting to look into honestly something that's kept me from Samsung for a long time. I know there's been a lot of interest in the note nine, but something that's like strong. We kept me from Samsung, I hate using their, it's better now. It's a lot better now, by the way that weird hangouts glitch that you saw where I got where my my always on display had Luke's message from an hour ago was because I got a different notification from Tyler that he's purging the fridge right now, you were talking about that earlier in the stream, and I just saw it happen lies. So it was like what that's different bug. Oh, my other bug is way worse. I just won't get a notification at all. And what I would have to do is I would have to go and I would have to go into hangouts and I would have to open like, oh, no, you're chat. And then all these other ones would pigmy at the same time. Not really stupid, super annoying. And the thing is like I was talking to our brand contact just like we were just chatting over Twitter the other night. And I was like, yeah, I'm having these issues with the pixel three exile and use like LL what you get for using hangouts. And I'm like, okay, news giving his giving me a hard time because he's like that who isn't sir. Our Debrecen contact to his name is public. I'm not sure. So I'm not stay stained by, but he's like, LL you use hangouts, that's what you get. And I was like, okay point taken, but hangouts as part of the g. suite which is an actual for business product that I actually pay for, and it is a Google service that is inexcusable and he's like, l. will. Yeah. No, I know, man, I'm just I'm just razzing you, but I get. I get kind of triggered when people are hanging out. It's because I know it's not popular and I, I know it has a tissue. It works pretty good. It's, I don't think. It works. Yeah, it it definitely has. Its limitations has its limitation, but it is cross platform and especially for just like getting a singular person's attention for one quick thing. I think it's really good for that. It's once you start getting into big team chats and stuff. I think you start running into no pretty heavy limited, and you start getting into slack or discord land, and that's fine. But the thing about hangouts to is that because all of our work accounts are Google. I, I have a guarantee that if someone is just by logging into their E mail, they are getting hangings messages. Yeah, at some point and it's all in one place. There are benefits to it, and it's really frustrating for me because this Google service that I pay for and this Google device that I'm using shouldn't be completely unworkable together. That's really ridiculous. Yeah. It's like when back in the day, when like a brand's power supply wouldn't fit very well in their own case? Yes, guys. What are you doing? What Antic and tech was like, who I was talking Torius for that. It's like, honestly, it's probably better now because they had a bit of a dark time there for a bit. And I say dark time because I'm talking specifically about the dark fleet lineup of the dark time. Because they just had as far as I could tell no idea what they were doing. The Diaw eighty five was probably the worst designed case of its time. I'm serious and they came out of like such a strong era. I'm serious right now. So f eighty five. Let's bring. Let's bring this mess up. This thing was just unbelievably that images. I I made a video about it like way back in the day this. That's what it looked like. That was never cool. It's not cool. Now it wasn't cool, then it's bad. It was always bad. Now let's go ahead and enjoy the interior design of this hope for hot garbage. So remembering that this was only like six years ago when already, no one was putting optical drives certainly not three and who ever put make eight three and a half and tried except hold on. It gets worse because you couldn't actually fit that many three and a half inch drives because they had these Jain enormous caddies that were basically adapting whatever this. Was to three and a half inch drive bays. And then this was this was during the era of the GT x four eighty. So it had like all his cooling which seems great in theory, the thing has seven one hundred twenty millimeter fan slots, which is amazing except that this stupid caddy interfered with like standard and video graphics cards. So you could only install like one it. It was just so bad and get this see this thing right here. This is like a five and a quarter inch bay cover except that it just has a little plastic clip rate here that just like clips in here, and then you could actually reach the button of your optical drive. You could press the button, but then the drive would pop out and it wouldn't actually open this thing. It would just get jammed up against it and like open and close a couple of times because it's confused because there's a blockage. And there was no, there was literally no room for cable management. See, see this cut out for the cooler. The amount of space back there is negligible. Almost none. This thing. Was a complete cluster to building because these video cards barely fit. The cables had to be just like, piled up down here getting in the way of all this airflow and like collecting dust. It was just, oh man, so bad. And was this the one that had that stupid two and a half inch doc in the top of it. And remember, this is horrible this at a time when an SSD is like worth. It's waiting goal, right? There's like six, seven years ago can't into the top. So you just didn't? Yeah, you're just gonna and it was supposed to be like a gaming case. Let's take it to a land party. You can put your SSD in the top for your land party. And I'm like, are you nuts? People take locking cases to land parties so that they don't get their graphics card ripped out. They're going to put their SSD right on the top and a convenient little dock. McCann just rip it right out. Are you kidding me and who had an SSD for anything other than their OS? Why would you want that? 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And if people like like want to subscribe on YouTube then cool, that's great if they want to support us. That's great. We appreciate that. But early access is flow plane and floatplane is actually has reached some really cool milestones internally lately, and you can expect to see more options than just three dollars for one week. Early access at ten eighty p the the technically, the newest higher guy is. Building some cool to tools for that. And there's a lot of other things that are coming through the pipeline right now that are that are going to be fun and new Lawler add this. Do you want to just pimp the other position you're trying to hire again? Yeah, let's do it. There's a form that is going to be. Can I give me a second? I'm going to post it in twitch chat, right while you're doing that actually, I might as well show what's what's really access on playing. Right? Yeah. So we have tech quickey on cable management. Well, actually I have a master account so I can see everyone. So tech deals has asked deals number fourteen two and a best support and be music worth. It we've got, oh, Lordy six editors, one CPU her. Two out of question where it's been. It's been a rough time bit. Wit has hotline two point. Oh, pre water, cooling, build final course revealed tech deals. Another QNA line is tech tips. The hundred dollar vertical mouse. This things won't go. We've got this. This is we put tech linked up there, but it's like it's not early access because it's a news show here. Let's just okay. There's a lot of good stuff. A lot of tech deal stuff. So six hundred. Yup. Part one of two. And then part two of question Mark that gives you guys some idea of how that whole thing went. I tech quickey WI fi slower than Ethernet. We've got. We bought a cheap SSD express. That's actually even more interesting than you might think. Cool. We've got this keyboard that raised three hundred thousand dollars on indie gogo and is frankly ethin- terrible to put to put it bluntly. I'm not surprised mill. The retro classic is really nice. Oh yeah. No, this thing I'm ki whatever this is raised, three hundred thousand dollars on indie. Gogo. It's terrible. What else do we have in here? We've actually done a fair number of simultaneous releases lately, but we definitely have. What am I looking for is that this was fun. I think it's on both now, but this one just came out anyway. So we've got early access stuff over there that's going to continue to be happening. Okay. Should we do a news topic? I feel like I've talked about the pixel three allot, so. Oh, okay. All right. Here we go. So this was posted on the forum by nevermind. There's just a business insider source. It doesn't matter. The point is, are you quickly go? I think. I think basically hiring an infrastructure guy. There's more details in the Google forms link in the twitch chattel posted on the Kenai posted on. This is my. That's fine. I can't have you just locked until it's a web address. Oh, and you can't not nasty anyways. It'll be in the description later. So check it out. They're hiring someone to help with the infrastructure side of things, and there's a huge mass of questionnaire that's like, do you have experience with this? If so, how much? And then that repeated like a whole bunch of times. And basically we're just trying to get a picture of like how familiar you are with some of the stuff that we've used. I've had some people be like you should allow like short answer stuff. I mean, if you have zero years of experience with everything that we're using. If you're if you're able to move local, great. If you're not if you have tons of experience with me, but like it's, we have good responses already, so so not trying to discourage you saying, okay, pixel three after this form, I do an Email out then you semi resume stuff. We do it that way. Sounds good. What is happening. All right. Are you tired? Okay. Of every year old boy, whether it's Google or apple or Samsung. Yeah. Are you tired of every year then putting some shiny new feature in your face? That just sounds so amazing. It's almost unbelievable when they still haven't figured out basic stuff. What are we talking about in video? No, we're talking about the pixel three right now. Okay. So they've got this call screen feature that lets robot answer the phone for you and transcribes the dialogue on your lock screen. That sounds pretty cool. Do you remember that thing they talked about last year where you're like Google assistant could make appointments for you? Could like call the hair salon and make an appointment here? I was last year. It was pixel two, I recall correctly. Whoa. Okay. Do you remember that AI camera stupid thing. But what was that thing called? I remember that that stupid AI camera that was gonna just like automatically take great pictures or whatever. I don't know what the thinking there. Okay. Up a wireless charging last night when I got home, I realized that I had left the key to the super Lambeau in the mission. Okay. Okay. So I walk in my door at home. I'm like, I pull out my shiny new pixel three XL. I say, hey, Google goes, oh, you're internet's not working. I go. Are you kidding me? My internet is working eyebrows to a web page. Yeah, it's working just fine. Hey, Google, your internet's not working. Turn off my wifi. Okay. Cellular data? Good. We've got a minor networking. 'cause whatever. Hey, Google remind me tomorrow when I get to work to take the key out of the civic. Okay. I've set your reminder. It's an eight AM reminder that has that has nothing to do with the time that I normally like barely even awake at eight AM let alone at work. It gives me no prompt to change it, alter it in any way, and then I go, oh, crap up. Okay. Google show me my reminders. And that's the first time it managed to pick that up. That's. So I go, okay. Google show me my reminders. It not only doesn't show me my my reminders page. It reads me only my next reminder, which is a reminder to go check on my daughter and take her fingers out of her mouth if she's sucking on them because it's making your teeth. Honky Hooker. And I'm sitting here going. This assistant. I expected to make appointments for me. It can barely do basic stuff like fundamental stuff. So here's here's my, here's my unsolicited advice for the Google assistant team. Get your shit together. Don't make new things and preview ho stop making new things all together for like a year. Okay. Worked out. Give them to go back and and look at like some of the very frequently requested stuff that you haven't been able to help with or that people because I know you collect data about when someone sets a reminder and then they go in and they change it manually after like when you got it wrong, go look at that stuff because that is way more important. Okay. That's all I have to say about the Google hardware, man. Let's move on to this was posted by carcass on the forum, and it's the Intel, ninth, Jen, benchmarking scandal. So why don't we go through what we go through the series of events? Yeah, we're, we're almost done. Give me five minutes, nine minutes because this is like the headline topic. It was in the thumb. Now I have to talk about it when we don't people get mad, especially because we can't change the thumbnails. Now. All right. So as Intel's new ninth, Jen chips became available for preorder. There were no benchmarks available because tech journalists were under embargo. Now this is a behavior that we feel strongly is inappropriate. We don't think you should take preorder 's for products that haven't been evaluated by independent third parties. But the reality of it is we are just we are just a drop in the ocean of voices of consumers that are currently dumb enough to just go buy stuff without having seen it evaluated by third party, independent, whatever. So there's nothing we can do about preorder culture. Apparently I wish we could, but we can't one publication PC games end though published benchmarks conducted by a company called principled technologies. Their results were claiming that the ninety nine hundred k. was up to fifty percent faster than the rising seven twenty seven hundred x in gaming. So Steve Walton of tech spot immediately thought the data looked suspicious. And eventually uncovered a series of steps taken to handicap AMD. Okay, that's got. That's a little bit color commentary there. A series of things that occurred. Robbings that weren't done that should have been done to benefit that made the AMD chip not put it put forward its best showing and allowed the Intel CPU to shine. They used coarser vengeance memory without loading the XM profile setting the frequency to twenty nine thirty three and leaving the loose default memory timings in place. They MD system used to stop cooler while until used in any to fourteen that doesn't make a difference, but sure, whatever I game mode wasn't able on the AMD system, disabling fifty percent of its course something that anyone who knows much about benchmarking, should've known like game mode is more for thread ripper and less for like for an acre rising process. The argument with the coolers because the case was really bad. Apparently. Sure does adding some context there. I have no information on whether or not at throttle. So a big part of the scandal is that apparently Intel contracting principal technologies to like evaluate the prince process, and there's there's one hundred reasons why companies might do something like that. It can be useful to sidestep internal politics to get like an independent third parties opinion on the performance and the market positioning of your product that can help everyone pricing, everyone discounts, internal, Yep, networks it can affect pricing Canessa. It can affect forecasting there. You might wanna show benchmarks to, you know, analysts or two partners ahead of launch while the like just the independent press is still under embargo, and if you just show your own numbers that you ran lacks credibility. So there's a lot of reasons why companies will contract someone third party. In order to get their products evaluated. So there seems to be a couple of issues here. One of them is that. Principal technologies. Actually, there was a big to do about Ryan Shrout from PC perspective, creating like a secondary side business. That's all about this kind of consultation for companies. It's not this one to be super. Yeah, it's not principal technologies, so I think Shrout research, something like that. So anyway, so so there's a couple of problems here because one people are mad because the results were not necessarily reflective of the real world differences in performance between Intel and their own processors and Intel's new processor in the MDC processors. But I think that people are getting a making a bit of a mountain out of a mole here here because we don't Mahir molehill here because we don't know what the it was. We don't actually know if principal technologies is completely incompetent, and we don't know if Intel did this out of malice because the obviously the preorder on a CPU. Remember this is a supply chain that has taken decades to. Develop like the pre orders on a CPR, not significant. This isn't like a game where you are making, you know, and I'm using arbitrary numbers here, but where you are making fifty percent of your total sales for this title within the first couple of weeks is not like that, will you have you have experienced a retailer? Yes. So you will typically see a spike. You'll typically see a couple of weeks where you're where you're weekly run rate is thirty to fifty to maybe even double if you have a great launch and then it settles in and you move the bulk of your product over the life cycle of the product. So it's not like this was like a. Sneaky trick to sell a bunch of CPU's before people realize their garbage. Most people don't suddenly upgrade when something new comes out, must people upgrade when they want a new computer. Another thing too is that all the industry's got about that. I've seen that has any kind of credibility to it is that Intel is going to be supplied constrained on these chips anyway. So if their intent was to like drum up a bunch of sales and make everything else look bad. Then they're really shooting themselves in the foot with this ninety. Nine hundred k. launch because of the can't ship enough of the bloody things. Then what good are they doing themselves if they have everybody waiting around for ninety nine hundred case. So that's another factor that makes me sort of wonder if if we should attribute to malice what we could have attributed to incompetence and as much as Intel might have just been done here and hired the wrong consultancy firm might I recommend Shrout researcher himself these days next time that might be better. They have that would have its own controversy. But anyways, they had to know that this was going to come back and reflect on them poorly if they chose the wrong third party house to do this testing. And so some of the backlash is definitely deserved because they're also should have been oversight from Intel where they should have gone. We'll hold on a second. That's not really right now with all of that said. I don't understand why there was such a big blow up about this because what all of you and all of the rest of the tech press should have done is they should have completely ignored these numbers. We should have looked at these numbers as exactly the same kinds of numbers that AMD showed off at their Hawaii launch event for the two series. We shouldn't have ignored them the way we ignored AMD's numbers when they originally launched Reisen. And I remember asking someone actually added named the event. Why did you put twice as much memory in the Intel system here as in your own system? And they were like, oh, well, we thought it was the fairest way rice and had all kinds of issues with the memory controller and they couldn't run it any other way. It's not any different from those graphs that Invidia shows their launch events. Here. They just have like like eighteen games, and then they show like Albar and they're like, yeah, it's not much better when some of them have been equal, and some of them might have been weird anomalies where they perform like twice as fast. It's not any different from anything that Intel has ever shown. Why? Why are we treating anything other than post launch benchmarks from independent parties as anything other than marketing fluff. This, I just don't see the difference and maybe I'm missing something here. So when it twitched at is pretty sure you are, but hasn't pointed out a single necessarily reason why. Yeah, I agree on a lot of your points. I think there are a few more issues with the testing. Probably and and a little bit of the mentality behind it after watching the interview and watching some other things. And I agree with some points and don't disagree and disagree with other points were brought up in the interview in buffalo, but but yeah, I, we do this every single this seems like a just a little bit more than we do every single other time. But we always do the same thing every single time, right? Where every single reviewer like, wow, those numbers are ridiculous. Why doesn't everyone wait until independent reviewers get their own numbers out, then cross-reference across all reviewers? Yep, because you shouldn't also just look at one reviewers. Anyone can make a mistake. Even shout research can make a mistake. We made plenty of mistakes like everyone makes mistakes. That's why. I mean, when back before I got an opportunity to test the hardware personally, or you know, have someone on my staff who I'm directly sitting next to testing the hardware. You know, I would always read. At least three to four reviews of anything that was back when you read reviews, you gotta watch out you dating myself a little bit. And then if there wasn't a nominally you could go, okay. Why? Then you start to dig in if everyone agrees, it's usually fine unless something very scandalous happens later, like that whole thing with the GT x, nine seventy and the half, a gig of ram that was slower than the rest or whatever the case may be. So so far I've got out of the person that the testing methodology was flawed up. Yeah, that's exactly what we're talking about. Like there was certain issues like they didn't list the settings of the use for GTE five and as you and I know that's a real chore that would be a neighbor holiday two pages of the document because you can't just set GTE. It is a real chore, but it was also revealed in the interview, especially that they might not be super educated on different ways that reviewers, at least these days like modern reviewers are doing these different testing methodologies because there are a lot of weird things, and I did say poor choice of it was party. Yes, that was already covered. I did say those some blame lies with Intel. Matter what the argument Linus is making an and by extension me because I agree with this is that it just doesn't matter and everyone should ignore it. Not that there wasn't problems with it. I think some people in switch chat are are just pitch for king because they wanna be mad about this whole situation, which is great. You should completely ignore those numbers because they're, they're dumb, and you should know that. Manufacturer's mislead you? Yes. We're just saying that this isn't new notes, not unique to Intel and yes, it's trendy to hate on Intel and we get it, but they're this particular instance doesn't look especially different to me than what we've seen from Intel in the past Amdi Invidia you pretty much name it. I mean, do you remember do you remember the sales pitch Microsoft gave for game mode? We were actually talking about it in our in our writers meeting this Monday. We should revisit game mode because back when we did our video and it basically did nothing. A lot of the community feedback was like, we'll they're going to fix it over time, and that's a good idea. Let's find out if they fixed that over time because much guarantee they didn't know that would actually be awesome. Yeah, I would love that video personally, so so we should always take manufacturer claims with a grain of salt. That's the lesson and we didn't learn it because people are still pre ordering these things anyway, and there's just nothing we can do about it. So that's it. And of when show. Oh, ROY Moore for one more quick. Quick. Quick thing by we talked about the giant like fifty million or whatever. I don't remember the number account Facebook breach, not that long. Yuan went show if you wanna check how it impacted you log into Facebook, then go to Facebook dot com. Slash help slash security notice scroll down to the bottom. Thank you will from the full plane team for sharing this with me, scroll down to the bottom, and then there should be a box which will give you some details about how secure your account is pay attention to the wording. It will not say you were breached, you were not breached. It will sound a little bit more or a little bit less. Sure depending on how how problematic your account is. So yeah, check that out. That's all I have officially licensed wireless. GameCube controllers are coming to switch sick. That is, I just wanted to throw that out there and also Google plus hack end and of life. LL Google plus the gift that keeps on giving ex-. Okay. By everyone. Oh yeah. We can mention the discord logo contest for doing a Halloween themed LT logo, design contest on dischord, dot EDU, slash. Can hear me music for the plane. I gotta go, I gotta go record that. Why. Okay, bye. Real.

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Don't Let The Smooth Taste Fool You

The Friend Zone

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Don't Let The Smooth Taste Fool You

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So everybody's waiting on you to make a change whether it's the diaper or your behavior and I just think that this speaks to the separation needs to lie. You need to be church and your kids need to be staked okay stay separate in certain arenas so the Hashtag is few things get your things together identified a few things and make sure they wanted a few things. Your kids don't know that they should know is that they mama or daddy was a Ho- has tag few things now as Lourdes few other things we win long form this week like old school so here we go number one. Is it true. True that at a recent MAC cosmetics activation in Los Angeles the iconic producer and rapper and singer Missy. Elliott was backing away from the punch found dancing and singing the words to her song. Get your freak on. When she backed right into the person standing behind her and her ponytail hit their turban urban at the same time they both turned around and says excuse me and then for two seconds one to missy? Elliott stared into the eyes is of makeup wizard Patrick Star before turning around so that she didn't Mr Ah Watch the The takeaway video over the weekend and she Chicks dietary reference there. It is with us acid tiny and TI. got into it after it table. Talk after the paper talk they got into it and T. I almost missed his flight because he was ignoring tiny San. Excuse me when she was trying to tell him that. The gate chains because they weren't talking when they went through security will talk to the family question. Three funny to me question. Three which twenty off said they rage as baby won't go to him no more ever since after him imprint. It says most recent most public argument because when he didn't come home she whispered. That ain't Joe Danny de They baby steady. I welcome to the weekly looking off things mental health and mental hygiene Jiang. Who in the hell wants a musty brain or baby? That thinks they not the daddy high are doing amazing. How are you guys doing? I'm doing good doing real good. How are you handling this weather? You know what bundled that's down feathers. She loves and SHIT SWALLOW BACK A burrito. Wrap wrap it up everything space heater. I got a condom bubble coat. Tougher kind because everything gets cold and it's wet and Sure everything does get cold. Toes was cold so before we get started. Let's announced for the last time that San Francisco. We will be visiting visiting your city this Saturday December seventh just this weekend this weekend on a trolley. I'm very excited right. We will be there with dating Kia again. If you have not gotten your tickets please do so now at the friend zone LAB DOT COM. Mm what else. Oh Damn Rice Aronie when I get there should be. You know high. My won't meet some rice thrown dispensaries as often right. You're going to be listless shop will be closed so I guess I shouldn't announced that it. Everybody who did place is awesome. I hope you enjoyed our photography. Our cute modeling beanies learn dad hats and our crew next and then the muck out her mark come on admit it you guys when you watched it back it was funny. uh-huh it was hilarious making it. I think we should do more after tell you we should start a channel very upset. Is it because we had some chicken sandwiches and there was only one spicy chicken sandwich. Who You era by me? I know there were so many other sources that everybody wants to spicy see. That's all we keep eating. I don't want anything else and I love the get me so well. They're not one person asked if I was going to eat the Popeye's like no no way is only one person asked and then they deleted it and I think they realized afterward says another. I didn't see this. I don't really read this slowly Vegan. Popeye's even be called olive oil olive oil remember but we have fun. The Burger King Wapner was all right. It was there were two of them. I remember any announcements before we get started not for me. I just can't wait to see everybody in San Francisco and then the next weekend. Five solid out approach brands and coming out to that. We have information with pop up yet. We don't gotTA keep they. I well by next week's episode. Absurd obviously will have all of that for you so if you have already shown so much loved sold out the show so it makes you come to the pop if even have a chance to get any of the Black Friday deals. It's also an opportunity to get your marriage before you come to the show so you ain't got to carry that when you lead a show. sledding Vegan Vegan is going to be there so this we give you more than enough reasons to come out of the pop up so come on. We thought that that was most appropriate because France Vegan. You know I also. I had to let you guys know that I've I've logged with shameless Maya about our trip to Iceland watching need to China. What did you did a good job? Who did a great job? Good job it looked so beautiful. I won't let me Dallas back here because I have a four K.. TV and it was awesome is being the forecast says. Oh let me watch this. She had the drawing on all the beautiful sites. y'All look so hip and cultured. It was amazing and beautiful to watch. So yeah we did a great job with the videography and then I have to give her extra props. Because she's slayed the drone. She put together a great scholar. Gray showing you know everything that you guys did a great stories on her show and I was like well actually I need to give them all trip hop because it's literally all right there with descriptions and everything so it was very informative embarrassed. Beautiful to watch is awesome because We have most influencers are part of this website called four. FA F. O. HR and it kind of keeps track of what traffic you're sending to which brands and and they sent us this car. That basically said no kin received the most traffic like period just from our brand so that was good because that means not only did we do our job and hold our end of the deal by providing beautiful content but you guys actually enjoy the fuck out of it and we're on the APP on the website. A lot of you have already been to Iceland which is bugged out and tags from the Blue Lagoon. Like thank you for inspiring which is the coolest thing to just see beautiful black girl sermon Iceland. Now those that set of pictures you put up with so like influential spiritual there. Was this kind of like and this is for me on honest I can only imagine what the people was like. Well let me buy tickets and a lot of people have been tagging us. It's the coolest thing like your move fast and I love that. Yeah I would just say we out so now we're definitely going to be talking to know what our next trip is. But like I said we are going to Mali in March which excited about. Yeah we'll definitely be able to give you guys more information about that as it comes together. We'll tell okay we WANNA come to my birthday month to with no kin. See the the marriage of isn't even when no game. It's another brand. Hit Me what. We're trying to Tokyo at Nokia because we'll be all those lights Ed Yeah Bill is the holiday season and we're all looking for fun in gifts to give our loved ones and if you're in New York City you're in luck and they sell you're in luck as well but I wanNA give a shout out to Harlem Chocolate Factory. You can go look the Harlem Chocolate Factory Dot COM First of all I love chocolate. Is it on Lenox. It is on Adam Clayton Powell I believe. Hold on. Let me get to this Let me get to the location. Passed it after they got past it but maybe not you might have passed it because I remember when I say the emblem. I'm like I know exactly and I'm like why do I feel like I've passed it on my walk to my old home. Yes so it's actually on Adam. Clayton Powell twenty three sixty three Adam Clayton Powell junior. It's by strivers row. So right over there yet. Yeah Nice so yeah. CHECK OUR HARLEM CHOCOLATE factory. They have all sorts of chocolate treats. You can think of they do bark they do hot chocolate cookies. I mean sauces and spreads and they they also do corporate gifting and event ordering so check them out black on business and it's chocolate glitz so it's delicious and be careful with their chocolate spray. It make sure you don't get nowhere to go. There'd be a lot of questions you know you fuck around to see that spilled somewhere. He'd be like Doc. Wait a minute. God Damn Blight business you ready. They can't even think today. Are you guys ready for the recap segment. No saw last week's episode titled Hits That Stake Volume Colleen one it was the asante swift takeover Asante. Please let the listeners know what the show was about where we got to talk about hits from the ninety nine to twenty fourteen. I think we stopped around Twenty fifteen. So yeah we just got to talk about a lot of our favorite billboard year end Songs and we also also did this really cool birthday song generator. Which when you put your birth date in it and told you? What Song was the hit that month you were born and a lot of you are? Participating partook side just actually To get into the RECAP CAPELA. You're setting up perfectly and I'm now ruining I would like to share from twitter street some replies because you friend a friend runs the twitter and she doesn't amazing job At friends on pod France. We did well friends on plateau with France Sweden. Did you check out your birthday jam. What was it a lot of your applied and I was reading these and I was like Oh that was was it jam? I want to go on and start off with Kerry. It's carry on to score. Bon Jovi living on a prayer that was that was a jam and then also saw. I want to give a special shout. Out to Malacca Chameleon who song was eye of the tiger survivor favorite was someone saying baby got back was a Soviet Baby you WanNa get which I think. That's the vibe on the soundcloud street this Be Says Rick Ashley Never GonNa give you up. Is My wedding song sitting on played by mistake but they laughed with it and it's a great memory so she got. Rick rolled her way. We did she say what was supposed to be. No I think that's amazing. Taste like fuck it. She probably turn around was like. We'll see turnaround study though and ask. That's Steve So this weekend twitter streets I just want to give a couple of highlights two things that really touched my soul One of which would be from Charlotte Charlotte climber at c. m. c. l. y. m.. Er who said then this is after a headline surface saying they cared rocket like when on his drunken rant rant Talking Shit about Oprah saying Fuck Oprah and GM shame said. His restaurant in Nashville called the big as this is literally the name of the restaurant big as Honky. Tonk rock and roll steakhouse. That's the name of it big ADS Sankoh now. If you think I'm GonNa let somebody could meet some food at a place called the big ask Honky. Tonk rock and roll steakhouse. Fix My black ass a plate. Think again but moving forward. Charlie tweeted kid. Rock grew up in a wealthy wife family and never wanted for anything but has built a career pretending he's trailer trash like me. To Sell. Records Oprah was born to a single black teen mother in the south and as a self may billionaire who lifts up others. And that's that's that that's literally what her tweet said. So I feel like that was the perfect Summary of all the feelings involved in that headline kid ride shove it. Because we I'm not even interested in what you have to say and honestly it did now we know that Oprah's or woman class and and fortitude. Okay come on But I believe even if they were to step out in the street and get hood with Oprah win that fight I also WanNa give a shout out to Timberland tweeted A video clip of a remix. He said he did WANNA dance with somebody by Weenie and timberline is not hard to find. Neither his twitter account is literally his name. And that's a it's not an er which is all of you need to remember that is in Timberland and so look it up see for yourself. I'm not even gonNA play it on. The show is really something that you will appreciate even more if you seek it out Music you see. He's so leave needed. It was incredible to breathe new life also into certain sections of the focus of that song with the beat that he put behind that it may her vocal sound totally different. And they're already I mean it's it's we need Houston her prime so it's an impeccably clean vocal but the way he was able to like open open them up. It makes it feel different too that beet. He gave a lot to music and he's got the tweets so this week's episode is what is at stake oh episodes so Dustin Vasco ahead and take it away and tell us what we're talking about so so so wildcard episode that I actually had produced previously. What we were going to have a really cool conversation? That would probably going to have at some point in the future saying. Take your toll free. You went here yet. That's the only reason you don't know but I'm not going to tell y'all where we are GonNa talk about. This week. Is something that I did. Not Debrief ran in town. So we're going cold income. It's a headline that surfaced. Today that I just feel like we have to talk about because I never thought what I see this in my lifetime I am really scaring okay. He's not even Yossi needed them. So so according to you. Name the media outlet. They've all reported on this today from people to entertainment tonight to the Shade Room. I'm to everything but the source that we're going to use is from while just set it up first and then we'll go to the source on. I'll tell you the quote so billy Dee Williams is doing press today relative to his reprisal of the role As Lando coury scene in in Starch Star Wars skews me not star. Trek is a big difference in our Tatyana. cussing me out anyway. A He's been doing press during the press about his reprisal of this role is a big deal. Listen iconic role in the Star Wars Franchise. People are really excited to see him back in those shoes news. And Plus Billy Dee Williams has been here forever. He's a legend star. Trek was on forever. Yes and He he played their role in the nineteen eighteen. Eighty speaking of the ABC's eighty two years. Old Wow he lives amazing today so it's not only people discussing that but he did a interview with Esquire magazine magazine where he came out as gender fluid France Face Billy Dee Williams. I'm GonNa give view the quote and now we're going to eat out check it out. This is from our magazine Dot Com. We went in. And I'm trying to tell you because billy the you know so anyway so According to Al magazine there was a quote in his esquire magazine interview where he was talking about his reprisal Karol Star Wars and. He said that I say himself and I say herself because I also see myself as feminine as well as Masculine Masculine. I'm a very soft person. I'm not afraid to show their side of myself. I've never tried to be anything except myself. Williams said Ed I think of myself as a relatively colorful character. Who doesn't take himself or herself too? Seriously wow so normally I say out of the models opposite is out of the miles old people. I could not believe and you see the face like billy leads D Williams. You Know A. Let's so let's go ahead. This onyx. Black sex symbol like all our moms and on grandma. Among on't hell uncles granddaddy circe. Several people were like you said for Billy Dee Williams is an iconic onic not just actor or black worker in the arts but he was a sex symbol okay. Something that many people qualified as as the picture of black masculinity of black sexy blackmail sexiness things and I think he was most appealing to demographic of people who have had difficulty understanding the concept of gender identity difficulty embracing younger people in their families at some of their children. Some of their grandchildren who have come forward with certain gender identities or gender identities that may not be in alignment with what they were perceived to have been an all these things and they have struggled it's been noted coded there. Several people of a certain age have struggled with starting concepts when it came to things like that. And so billy Dee Williams having this conversation I think is huge because it's going to open up a dialogue about so many other things besides simply gender identity not simply but only I should say gender. The identity is GONNA force a lot of people who don't even want to go there and conversation. They're normally on their Chris Brown. I don't WanNa go there. They don't want to go there and conversation precision but now they're going to talk about it and I just think it is incredible to see this door opening conversation in black families in black households. Billy Dee Williams meant a lot to a lot of people but especially the black people black Americans and this is going to start a very important conversation amongst people who haven't haven't talked about this I think it is Extremely nowhere the because for so long people have attributed gender identity converse conversation surrounding get to younger people to new ideas and new theories and even science and to just a new way of thinking that has strayed from what was sensible or what was considered normal right. You can't say that no more. I think that these things were in existence and they may not have been able to be It'd been given the language. Thank you Fran. They've been given the language we can are. They can articulate those feelings in a way now that they were unable to do before four and I also think it is hilarious. They really D- Williams was like I ain't going another they. Didn't they eighty two years and billy dee Williams was like no way way. Time Hausa ties. Frank I love when they do. Have you seen On twitter. Tumbler like the photo shoots that have gone viral of like like Old Gaming together or Trans Couples and or just trans single people and just showing that. This isn't like destined. I said this isn't a thing. Where like these young kids are just coming up with things you know you hear it all the time we're like Oh these young kids just making stuff up all these labels? What's he got to say about? Billy dee barely what you got to say about billy dee grandma saying to everybody this is for everybody that got kicked out of that. Grandma's almost house may question last week on Thanksgiving right. Everybody who's been ostracized. This is it. I wonder how that generation in particular player's GonNa Process. I wonder if it's even just so. You see why I thought this was fascinating. Es something worthy of discussion on our show. Because like I said I never never thought in a million years that I would see this. This is someone who think about the Colt Forty for the legendary work that he did with the twenty five brand think about all all those commercials that further push the narrative of him being the epitome. The pinnacle of blackmail sex MIS which even though we know there now he is completely gender gender fluid. He her whatever no going to say. This is part of the agenda pass. DETROI- keep listening because they probably think I'm cute I think that This is just an incredible conversation. They have and I think that now it just big so many questions like like does it negate the work that he did the things that he did that that affirmed him as a sex symbol. It don't tell me how no that was the form that we were looking at. That was the presentation the presentation that billy chose and that was the impact of Billy's work. This is fascinating absolutely is. Did you ever think that we would discuss discuss something like this. You know when you told me earlier that you had a billy Dee Williams headline that I would never guess. Would you literally never would've I was like what did he buy. bitcoin China would be so shocking. Eighty two year old basketball to play an NBA. It is it coming out with like a an album dropping a single with future. I just can't believe it and I think that it's going to literally force. It's so many conversations to be had. Hopefully sometimes it takes someone of this status to make which is sad. You know that somebody. It'll be more impacted by celebrity. They grew up on their child or their nephew or their grandkids. Coming out to them or having these discussions some some and people are ruled by celebrity and worship it so I am curious what discussions are going to be sparked in that generation. Where they're in their eighties and seventies seventies and you know he's like their peer is really going to when they started talking about the difference between gender identity and sexuality because thank God we all know Billy Billy I say should about the thing about it any type of sexuality right billy just said I'm gender fluid? I refer to myself as hisself and herself depending on my mood. You know what I'm saying. So now they have to explain. This has to be explained as an idea idea to people who don't have any understanding of it and it. Also this is the best part is the discussion of the difference between gender identity. Eighty and sexuality down Billy Dee Williams gay this so saying that he that Billy Dee Williams gender fluid is going to eat them alive. But it's also going to force their hand in learning and accepting difference between gender sexuality and what it even means. This is good. I never never thought that this would happen and I just. I'm so excited to see a lot of people come to the light when it comes to certain things just as far as understanding the existence existence of certain Shit and I love it because I bet a lot of his appeal back in the day. Even without people acknowledging was his ability to be fluid with member even the clothing he would wear and a lot of six showed up in the industry. There was a touch of obviously twenty twenty hindsight but there was always a touch of femininity address offset and there was a beauty in Billy Dean Williams ghost suggests offset. I always say eh People that are gender fluid to me. I love how they can play with. Whatever wants to come out on whatever day and that makes them so appealing? Because it's like this fearlessness. Zeno they they just step into what needs to be stepped into and I'm bet you as detractors so many people but nobody would maybe admit that nobody nobody would admit like this. Is this incredible to me and I hope that it makes it easier for some people. Oh now I hope that the the forced realize ation of this of gender identity period. I hope that makes it easier for some people when when it comes to their relationships with their family with their older family all you pastors who sneaking watching Mahogany drinking cold forty five all of that. Now now you'll have to understand who this person is. y'All have to understand what gender identity means. I have to make it easier for people who also have a different gender identity. Then you may want to accept you. Fuck acceptance all of their citizens out. The water is in your face. I'm also excited. How many people in that generation generation feel liberated by God I see so many people remember when Jennifer Lewis was on The breakfast club and she got up that she uses Mason Word Negro. I think that I think Billy Dee Williams was sitting back watching. TV seeing things on the news and seeing conversations and Billy Dee Williams Eh Billy Dee Williams moment Shit Yeah middleware. Guy That esquire conversation. They probably were sipping some Martell. Or some hoods some ghetto brown liquor and just you know really got to talk really got the license social media Probably Good Billy's progressive. So probably this probably instant and offense. I'm just so excited about this. How you feel about this a scientist and you bring up a lot of great points and things Are Interesting me too as far as the ODA generation. Because he can't be the only one you know what I'm saying so it's like how many other people were out there struggling with that. And how were those conversations either. Sure Started if they were started out at someone talk like that if they didn't have the language back in the day like you know. How do you reconcile that? Now he says like billy these come to terms waited but then what if you're one of those people that still 'cause you know there are a lot of people that talk all that shit is like. Oh this is some new shit so if one of those that don't know how to come to terms with paint they nails else in the bathroom. You scare you. You'll you scared to accept gender identity. You Dog people out Okay publicly casting them away from your churches and all that Shit and then going home sitting on the toilet shit and the only private time you get a theon number five on your fingernail. I can't like I don't just you know what I'm saying. Go ahead I'm side. I mean no but it it just really makes me wonder how many more people are going to come forward because I hope it was is a situation where it was like you know Jennifer Jennifer. Then pull it out and now billy dee come in. It's GonNa be shit and then everybody's family kinda starts to like restructuring picture and say. Oh well why am I putting my kids out because you know it's like why are you putting your child like there are just so many questions that I'd never thought I'd be able to get answered from the black community but hopefully this is going to be a step towards getting a lot of those questions either answered or even delete it from the roster. Because I still don't understand why people when they don't understand something they rejected. Sob You can't reject him so or her. So you just have to accept this. I wonder how those people are going to process that and give that back to the world. This is in critical goal. Now crazy amounts to spend so much time looking at our cod photos and right and looking back like this big in deep-sea could see like just watch. I don't know so you can maybe look for things that maybe subtle clues would have you know kind of lent themselves to that sort of realization. Our would love to see if he's going to have some kind of indepth interview or not or maybe this is law. He wanted to say totally beyond say totally saying the and this will be it. I want to say about it I would love to. I was in say like not maybe not read table talk with something like that. You know talk for older people. What's another cutter? I do watch oprah like seizes opportunity and 'cause I think that'd be pretty hilly you've got to come talk to me I can't wait. This is amazing. I cannot believe in I just like I said I know. Aw I don't want to beat the hell out of a dead horse but I just hope that this makes it an easier. Oh Yeah hope it makes it easier for people because it is a very real thing to be shunned from your family to be excommunicated from your family from people who you grew up you know as close with like your family are based on things like gender under identity all based on People's Association of Gender Identity with sexuality when they are completely independent of one another and I think that this is GonNa Force in education. It's like a swift kick in the ass of Education for a lot of people. This in lighten moment will lend itself to making the path easier for the people that come after you and I don't know what kind of cold hearted I swear to run into your veins. You know just cold evil where we live in people you all are but I want to. It'd be better for those that come after me I do. I got younger family members and shit. I want to be to to live in a world where they're free of certain worries. Okay and judgment. That goes all across the spectrum. Real quick it's not just for people who are LGBTQ. I Hop or whatever the rest of the letters you know what I'm saying this applies to people who simply make different life choices. There are people who I know personally who have been ostracized playing sport. That doesn't identify with what people think their gender. You know percent shit like that. Unlike this this sort of these thoughts that this will encourage and spur and spawn in people in old people specifically is going to affect the way that they treat tree everybody around them going to affect the way that they treat people that they meet in the future and sometimes it has hit close to home and it's a lot of people it's a lot O- how old holes there's still a lot of people was. Hose back with Billy Dee Williams popular. You know what I'm saying. So they steal. You don't necessarily have to Like my microwave. Don't have two Dane no more for me to know that it wants us to heat up. You could have been a whole back in the day. Hey you know what I'm saying is still has an interest in home matters and so something like this someone who was appealing to you and your whole days this will make you know. Yeah Yeah I think that's to me. That's the most impactful pirate. It's like look how much you love him. How much you were inspired by him? Highs work made you feel before you knew any of this you know and the fact that that literally does not change unless you decide that it suddenly will which would be you know you shift the perception because you want to shift it but in reality at the core of who this person is you. Love them for everything represented and that's what's going to be interesting for people to have to resolve. And now we know why his character was so hard Mahogany as far as like our aim adjacent to disagree with really. Do you wear that in the so. This is fun. We're GONNA have a little fun with this because this is so bad. I mean you're right. I'm fascinated that. Must be why his character his his name was so damn fancy. Karazin is like always like his is geared. His name was Landau coury seeing he also just a small random fact. Apparently he's going to since he was reprising his role in this Raza the skywalker movie that came out this year. It marked one of the long intervals between onscreen portrayals of a character by the same actor in American history because he's done this movie for years so he was in the nineteen eighty movie. The eighty-three movie And then took a long long as break from the star wars franchise because it took a long break and then he was back in like twenty eighteen as the do twenty nineteen so it's like this long period of time and then came back to play the same person it's just a game. I'm excited. Thank you Dustin. As a good headline problem I just like I said and I know Yes for real co forty five for forever you remember that. Yes them call were they were conic child iconic. 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Because I was like nope I can't open. Something told me to wait for vice special place and this is that place and it looks beautiful and so it was a a pleasure to unroll it straight from North Africa. And then have my sister's eating snacks on it. Is that not what life is about battle meadow road crew man. It was such a pleasure to just kind of Show them how I curate energy. 'cause they were like this is so Louis you they were like floating just beautiful. I can tell that mar home is going to be like a really important safe haven for all of us so that makes me very happy I can i. I cannot wait to cross the boundary. I'M DYING FOR YA I. I like just so excited but so I ordered my matches. That's how you guys about. This mattress was talking about it so it's called Avocado. I know you're not surprised that aw man. And if you're certified organic matches you guys are hand made me. It's amazing so so when I was looking for mattresses I knew that are wanted something. Of course. That was like ECO friendly little more health conscious very similar to the conversation. We've had on this show about the tampons. Remember how the cotton the the things that Crops are sprayed with those stay in the car in and how it affects our bodies. The thing is. There's no pesticides pushed aside pesticide. Use locally but think about is those same crops also used in our mattresses so allowed tampons. That's a couple of hours a day a couple of days. That are the week your matches is a daily thing was sleeping on day in day out for years you around my matches the one that just threw out for what eight seven years. That's a long time you know so it's time to get. I think is supposed to change it. Every ten ears like eight to ten years is what's suggested yes bones Danton so let me to my research and see confines. A health conscious Matches like does have pesticides from are pushed aside and Lord. I'm sorry because the thing is a lot of these green seen more eco-friendly health-conscious matches are expensive. As Hell as well and I was like yeah I'm not really looking to pay five thousand dollars. Four thousand dollars for matches just not really there. Yeah okay so I found one is called like I said Avocado. The website is Avocado Green Mattress. Dot Com. Yeah should've seen and we always literally on Youtube watching their youtubers. That review mashes for a living. I don't know why I never just never fell into that corner of of Youtube as you sleep and it was fascinating. They were like really. That's their thing they can break down the science of the Damn matches everything being from the thickness of the foam so the quality to why they use this material to if you way under one hundred and sixty pounds you should get the one that has a foamy. Yeah you should get the one with the coils like they just break everything down. It was so fascinating I was so excited and so I realized through that information that the Avocado and was the best for me I will say one youtube channel. Did safe you way like under under a hundred and fifty pounds. It might not be as comfortable. ooh because your body stays at the top layers of the phone but if you way above that which is it's more comfortable because of the way your body will. Oh sing down you will feel more of the layers of how it's made. Meet the pit of the Avocado so as better for that. So you know things like that that I guess I never considered Birlik. Who thinks about that matches will feel different based on how much the personally on it weighs issue not one? That's why I think uh-huh so that's the one that I picked Maya has ones who which is pretty. Cool yeah and it's so comfortable it's a it's a medium firm so it it depends. I know some people like their beds fleshy. Some people like them a little harder. I prefer something in the middle. They also sell. You know those toppers that if you interplay stole mattress well no the topper that you put on it so just in case maybe when you do lay on. It's a little too firm. Then it'll kinda give awesome plus minus and then maybe you want the firmness at least you have the optioning. Kinda switch between them succeed are both. I got the matches and the topic just to kind of feel well you know which are my body responsive. Best Song going to kind of play around with that but I wanted to say that When I was reading on the website it's saying that on the certified organic mattresses? This is better for you. And the planet they say. Avocado Green Mattress is the most popular organic and natural brand in the United States with more than ten thousand five star. A customer reviews ten thousand. That's so aside from the youtubers that really were jumping on the bed. Really sold me But it says there are also the highest independently rated matches in two thousand eighteen. Two Thousand Nineteen Sustained it's affordable sustainability the and obviously social responsibility because of how the Cotonou source it's fair trade. The people working on the mattresses are all well paid. Read the factories you know. Everything's just so conscious and I just love the idea of laying on a matches. That is not only good for me but good for everyone that worked on it you know like ecosystem. My favorite word sleep better. It literally helps you sleep better at night knowing that you are sleeping on something that was a part of it is happy to be a part of and taking care of for being a part of it so every fiber of your bid has been handled with care everything being that. Don't you feel like you'd sleep and love. Yes sounds amazing. It sounds so blessed and the fact that his handmade so it's not like mass made product. It's a Handmade literally made with love product. Made of in every way So like I said it has tons of certifications. It even has a Ganic Latex Latex. I was like what I didn't know that was a thing you facing something. Who is leading organic wool? Which I love and his From Emma Co op collective in India. Where it comes from is obviously will is a natural renewable resource? It's breathable order resistance. One thing that Everyone that reviewed the bed said that if you're someone who gets really hot I know this happens to a lot of people you get. Your sleep has like a cooling effect which I think because really nice I do tend to get really hot. They even have a Vegan option for those of you who are Vegan coffee. I didn't hurt a win. The Chew motherfuckers is eating for those of you who do not want animal byproducts in any way so you would not want a bed the has war they also have one. That doesn't have wool in it on a Freaky Rickie be posted a whip you with a freaky way pizza that we never mind Eh. So it's a non-toxic certified which we mentioned about the like me has the size toxic. Nick now you know how most matches are glue. This one is tufted so the layers of the matches are skillfully tufted by hand with long steel tough-talking needles cotton straps. They do not use any Saban based chemical adhesives or water-based chemically he cives. I mean it's just so well thought out because motives every there's no polyester cover What else is tested to be harmless? Odyssey let's see. No animals are injured in making this cruelty. Free just amazing amazing for your back. I read that it has A. I'm you know I'm someone that has has had back problems for the past couple years and apparently the firmer your mattress is the better. It is for your spinal alignment and just your your back health and lower. We're back which funding 'cause I never would have assumed that I would have thought like. Oh my backwards any something a little softer but the firmness is actually what you need to keep you in alignment so so they call it. The Best Economic Support System available for you is getting affirmed one. 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You know because I still do live in a city and I still have to get around and do things and survive out here but I did think that the mattress Chris like I said being that we sleep on it day in and day out was the perfect choice. Wanted disappointed and then I wanted to put it out there for those of you. Who may be looking for the same thing? Green matches ashes so no but the logo is cute. Yeah and IT'S A. It's a cute mattress So it's avocado. Oh Green mattress dot com. If you want more information. They have really good articles even on the website. There's one that says. Twelve reasons to Gore Ganic with Avocado. It breaks down all the reasons. And how the even the motion benefits literal health benefits like breaks all things even the science of the matches like they do on Youtube case. They're interested so why don't put that out there. That's it for this week's wellness program. What did you say? The name of the The we are the the url of the website is avocado. Green matches. Avocado like with the Avocado accent. Avocado tone hat. Ah added Yeah how big you'd be on spotify me. Wow does news actually actually. That's the perfect segue into Gwynn Avocado on my damn. Because I felt like I was losing it. Welcome homemade is now time for the music man segment. There has been crazy crazy crazy things happening in music Like we talked about last week tonight as back with her new project She's coming out with the video. He's coming out with the visual for cash race There's a teaser. That's out about fifty seconds very colorful. loved that track love and tonight the season so make sure you check her out It's also the season of the comeback. Maybe the random judge of whatever show come back. I want to talk to you guys about something that is very near and dear to my heart is called staying power Last week we talked about hits their stick. You know Shots Adesina Ross And speaking of his cystic I think a couple of times we might have mentioned a pussycat dolls else. I was just really buying my biscuit general like I never really understood stew. I tried to talk about. Nobody really understood the purpose of the pussycat dolls in general as a whole l.. Even am I supposed to take this seriously. Is this a touring show. I oughta music grew. I've never gotten. I don't think it was four meet again so I'm fine with that Jaffa. Lean her cabaret. Because I'm used to things that don't make sense coming from Jesse From the pussycat douses something I'm supposed to take CC. I just I never understood it and then I also want to say this. Everybody is because since they announced this reunion or whatever. Everybody's been this big conversation. Oh the police P. C. D. D. coming back they're doing ones and will be there doing a reunion tour in the UK without melody. She said no she did an interview and she says you know what everybody keeps asking. Why won't go back? Said I'm a singer she's like. I always been a singer. She said there are songs are what they are she said and after asking constantly to be allowed to see and never getting my turn she said. I just don't feel like there's anything for me to go back back to. I'm not a dancer. I'm a singer I mean. Hey now here's the other point. My final point come on this is so funny. Miss me with the conversation about why Nicole never made it as a solo artist. I`Ma tell you watching fucking funny. I'm not calling racing has a last name that no one understand announce recognizing things and I'm GonNa Tell You the second McColl. They were giving her music that made her look more mature than the music that she was making as a solo artist. Nicole looks younger longer in the group that she has that pop appeal which is why I think they reach certain heights when you take her and put her by ourselves she looks more mature. You're and that's not a bad thing that you need to make a different kind of music. That goes with that because the talent is there she can sing her ass off she can dance. She's she's gorgeous. You know what I'm saying. They played her and that's why she never made it as a solo artist. And that's all I got to say. Well that was pretty pretty list. So they were doing a union and melodies not invited but they did They've done their opening performance. They performed on x-factor factor UK. So that was their opening and welcome back. We're back performance. I couldn't even tell you who the other girls are. I remember the Dog Snoop Dog names in the song. No I can't say right now because of course I'm blanking but in button's there was a part we said they names. He's like Melanie maybe you telling me that her name last and I'm a girl but anyway Remember the redhead. There's two reds now. Oh no one. One of them had always been writing now. I was a little fucked up because I watched the comeback performance and it was kind of cute. It was cool pussycat dolls cool It was just interesting to to me. There are headlines that are out. I should put up the pictures. I they're being slammed for they're nearly naked costumes Yeah that was just something completely unrelated like but it's the you know we're talking about stand power. I'm like if you look in their shit but pussycat dolls came back and performed Recently recently gwen Stefani performed all her old hits. She did Alabama girl one of the other songs. I can't remember right now and then came out. Oh and they did Now let me mom but the other one rich girl Oh shit so it was just interesting to see all these people kind of come back to do things so I thought what's it for all the comeback the pussycat. I mean like it's cool. ooh I love you because I want to hear more from. Don't WanNa hear more music from people to see. Come back damn friend Jose across sorry go ahead at one more like example but going on with dead now we'll see example not example but Like how Gwen Stefani came back I forgot it was What is she a judge on the voice of the voice? So that's what she performed on so it's like people they come back and they do these reunions performances and they these medleys but are the last person when I was GONNA say oops. They slipped my mind just again that quick but somebody else before and recently the ocean there like a judge on the show. But I think it's Kinda Cool Fund that people will do that because it kind of shows the crowd Kreil like yeah bitch I do not. I'm talking about 'cause you know I did have audits his back in the day because Gwen Stafani looks different and her swag is completely different. Yeah Swag is different than me like Blake Shelton thing you know so she likes that Oh so because when I was watching her eve rich girl. Okay let me let me blow your mom coming up next even though that was east song but it did not because you know wants to find his not that girl no more great. Don't pretend you refuse to perform are funny acting. Ask Ashi might have shit to put Fifty beauty on our pawprints in everything. legit talking okay. So yeah. Finding came back came back together and then Adrian in other girls came back to you know they did a three O. W. on The real who was not there Knob to issue you do them like CD's Lalanne power on the Senate is really going to be imposed put second okay okay now you can do to allow us acting or whatever but she see today. Did the hell out that desk thing. She did you talk about a slide right Anna and a look of disbelief. Vesey's beautiful almond shaped I. I see one more before we get to the question becomes Mitch Girls. Do you have Disney. Plus do you have Disney. What what are you watching on their like? Are you going back down over videos. The Little Mermaid It out and Sebastian. Another C- Verizon wireless customers get a year free. Can you put million family plan. There's as a family planning applause going through Hale for Disney You didn't even know that it was crystal. That was A. Yeah you get a year free. I was like what and I didn't know you get apple music for free to. Is the variety. Sign up for both enjoy. My I year of Y'all WanNa do something with France legit though wouldn't activate you've been watching watching what Disney plus on someone else's assist who's kidding which watch out the answer if someone who say. Why did you look now difficult for me to ask? What's that what was bringing down the house with Eugene? Levy what he the Queen Latifah The cool points out the window. You got me tripping boo anyway he got married to because I just logged in my Hulu yesterday I had to log back in or whatever. And it's GonNa let's say who's watching Dustin are Asante fucking the track I we all are. Each Other's uh-huh ecosystem witnessed without commercials. The Dow Literally Talk to count like really love. Hulu you know alleged look But yeah let's go back to the original question my third or fourth segway or What was that's the question? Oh who would you like to see due to come back who some of you like to see. Come I let me see let them. Oh that'd be hot you know what offer one ooh okay. That'd be cool. Weather is super classic. Who a group? I like to see. Come back I really finding bt has brought a lot of my things battle Keesa s you know s workin taking a look has maintained itself. Like she is he's on. This is our. He's an amazing incredible actor. Yeah he's on. This as us now is like nick. He's not but he's like up there like a big total steel. Look good so they still got it concern and the other one is mad enough now because because sin Toyota Brown and took our man and so she got the itchy. All take to email you captivate. You Know Pam from total. We'll get mad as chocolate was married to her argument. What can't you see I'll this Messiah always comes up for me especially because we. I think we're just talking about the black music awards. Recently will the toilet Rickey Smiley always does. But I was watching him Like older episode Sarah Black Musical Black Music honors. Excuse me is like WHA Honors excuse guys. There's another award. Show that they put on in Atlanta so praise for that. I just love an an independent award show. That is like we're gonNA give you all awards because we appreciate that and black city like Atlanta deserves to be given black people awards which they do an amazing job of other black cities. Could they do it in HOUSTON DETROIT definitely. Could you go Because you could definitely do it up in the Bronx O- Oakland yes. Yes listen now. The Black City Saint Louis We said Oh wasn't that the wind Orlando low right. All right WELL WE WANNA Charlotte Jackson. ABC Yeah they gotTa let us host. You Know Rickey Smiley love you to death your legendary Latoya. You're a light that shines bright would love for you to do MC lights. It's part and star. They're going to have their own awards now. Screen let us that would be that would be ecstatic. It'd be really now that you said that I hope it looks really like hit in different and cool and not like different for light to be different like spotify. The way that they're like graphics stuff looks in the way that they make things look so cool like when they do like the you know what. You've listened to the rewind like all those covers look so dope it would be amazing to Washington do really dope like stage sets Kinda Taylor to artist or vibes like that whole thing so maybe an a. and clearly green I had that whole stage can like waiting for two. Oh you know what speaking the J. Lo somebody said that J.. Lo when we mentioned this on play it was like a Christina Milian song she got vocals on there something about that but that was real commonplace back in that time I wonder if those situations are rectified. A little more often nowadays but who always here Christina or Ashanti him him on J.lo's records speaking of a scientist and staying power. That's another artist who I feel. I got one more good album cycle in them. uh-huh my gosh to retain lists because my been dropping out was paying attention because you know she independence so it's a little bit of a different Game Day plus that by because we're talking about stem just plain impresses washy. She's so damn gorgeous 'cause she's Vegan and she pushes it off all the time but in a very sexy and cool way which I appreciate but Maya she definitely has staying power. Some of them mix. She's been dropping been. There are like tracks on their. She did that following the re flip like rebirthing for herself for an artist take their own song and do it is open Tori lanes. Does I think it has dope. He brings to artists back on it and actually have a list of songs that I think he could do for that since. That's all he does but I think it's don't artists can do themselves like say. Oh yeah this is my my head. This is house filling man but like this feel now like what I would do with the record now. I think that would be a don't transfer artists doing their own jagged edge. I don't know re Debu listened to catalog. I don't know if the chops are still there. You know it's real definitely there. I heard them singing They were somewhere performing live and the vocals are definitely only still. Oh my God yes. I'm me right Silkair. A unlike planet new apartment. Okay excuse me condominium we doc okay Kirk every been no crystal staircase. Let them ones up to their new today because music. Also people were hitting us up because Ryan Leslie. H- Having a senior anniversary concept. Hey neighboring yes. So the thing that's coming up in my like my personal life keeping like I think that it's super dope. I folklore away shot up to the team. The case I'll listen records records records quick and and Valentine like I can name Gibberish Song. They're just right for me. Here he is also with like Snoop Dogg and Moon Fab like back in the day that I like really made me feel like I was like I was a New Yorker beforehand like I'm out here bumping his records and he was like. Is this a Harlem Mega. And I'm like now. Just an acre. From cobb county just bump initiate so shuttled around Leslie for the ultimate early put on for a lot of things. I'm playing him for my listen lately. Even though I haven't been listening to lately about the play just cool just you know one thing. I love about the music segment. It's time for us all to come together. You you know we all love Shit and remember dope shoot. There's so much music comes out all the time. So it's kind of hard for me to talk about everything but it's always good to take a step back into the past and remember the things that made us happy and continue to just make you talk a little bit or you know whatever does when we come so That's pretty much it. I want to go down like a rabbit hole of comebacks and ooh friend. What would you do is director for a lot of candle Sandifer? You might already know the fact that you know seconds you are a good played played ashes. Oh Shit Ryan Leslie out of the Blue Light again don't you. The KOMO news should spend more time I should've been can't best unstained Gills Stimson Don't shoot out of the which fight back tears your heart gets on pieces is. That's what I dream Wage age-old less me that we looking for meals so suddenly. Uh Hey anyone standing wanna know who he was talking about do you. I'm going to bump that later on. We clap for that right. Ah Yes. Production Lyrics Boko through the Great Alad record next selection in the name. Now I WANNA be down. I wanted to be Dow. Would it took to another. Listen I gotta go bump artists when I was supposed to be as my nephew. If you find out to be Ryan Leslie you know we appreciate you. Got Another one play was supposed to be right before you know it randomly was my son was so simple but it was like straight to the point like fuck off choice not to call. We don't even even no way. He ends the song he's like never mind. I love but played at play. This is how it was supposed to be. Aw Legendary Ryan I like the kids some Molin felt Grande Dame. The first date is on tonight. You walked and left Grad Ed. Hey Go risk it. It was nothing that you yeah you. Can you just have one Ryan Leslie Song Plan. Because I really can't find what I WANNA find. I'd have to go to Youtube to find our my external hard drive. I'm just GonNa give you this one song because it's two thousand five. This is back when I was in school. I wanted to be looking for what I'm about to play. This is the song and this is it and I'm done. This is dedicated to anybody who had A. I love the next election. Winning Komo baby used to be or maybe it could be used it because he gives the Beatles Song early is with Jake Paul was like Dylan on opposed. This is on page. See Complete you never about into both of her so every week to the point where you really ain't speaking. What is only a baby you you forget swing was thanksgiving? They know what I'm talking about. 'cause we who Leslie Fabulous was going to say I am excited and excite ecstatic daddy please so long God I remember really sick the same shit different days the city looking pretty as they use the same thing. Colette them right at in the end that day a baby you gotta know how how to do more than double what they say the silicone Who My hero it does it does? It does so many records. I also love him because his music his music is amazing to me and also love that like all the he's done for other people killing so the FAB records are undeniable. We've already talked about the CASSIE records undeniable. There's like writers own machias all records already hit so it's like amazing that he'd like does Gracia ratio for other people. Still I could go man. I remember his artists. There was a party with. I don't know if these were his artists. But Corey Latif Williams amorous artist named Nelson. They had a song. Let me just stop. I'm sorry I'm sorry Charlotte's list next election the time so that is really for this part of the music segment do the listen lately. Fran I know you've got. Hey Aw now's the time to really shine okay with your pick and big storm. I A right Dustin Ross. I heard you been listening to some good shit now. Some High Sch Pacha. Were you hear that when I just said it. Well I have shot a fabulous is summertime. Shoot out three album. A woman came out speaking of the devil. Lots of dough music on there. I could go track by track but I'm not shadow to the game. WHO's born rap album as one of the best songs on it that I've heard this shear Is Him and twenty one. Savage is a song car the code and I love the B switches all the way through and then it comes back to there. Is this phenomenal pizza. Lisa Music Also WanNa give huge shut out to Griselda. W W CD album. That's straight up. This is a prime example of people paying attention to the time and the album dropped at the perfect time of year. It is Winter New York rap music and we we are not name to my God so and they got the coastline from quiet. He's doing the intro on the album again like this his down to Brazil And also shut out to Stephanie Meals. Believing Stephanie Meals is on the breakfast club last sweet she did an interview she has a son that has special needs. That wrote a book and he was on their rap into park lyrics shoe with her so that was hilarious areas because he's such a he's so He functions at a certain level. So like he's cognizant of you know what I'm saying you can have conversations with Shit you can tell he's a really good hands on But in her interview she was dropping gyms about like just her time as a singer. Experience Quote Unquote Beefs Stephanie. Stephanie meals is very who'd be she said with her and Chaka Khan see each other. She looks extra cash. It'd be like hey bitch she she says I can't be like what's uphold and then they laugh. She says she loves Monica. 'cause Monica is a real Nigga she does not say shady to marry very but just because she watched she watch what she said. But I just didn't really like her disposition when she was talking about but You Know Steffi meals is a little bit ghetto. I loved it. It was a great interview In so shout to her at the Black Music Honors honored last year I was like I literally juice quest. And that's why when she was Breakfast mammoth so random. But yeah she had a great great section. Stephanie Mills. Babies definitely meal's else. Nothing you WANNA play a snippet of anything. No sneak peek. All right. We'll get up. Well Fran Jelica yes probably hate it for say again fanny friends when people people call me franny. I don't know why it really irritates me too old like the song. Say That's not my name okay. But Assam came I'm on the other day And it was by an artist named gene DOE yes. Dax Kahalani and Romden wonderful and the song is called anytime. Oh as well as empathy is a Lotta people on this but it's record car anytime and it's one of those that made me turn my head and say who is that. I had to look it up and play a free L. Yeah if you Sorry one pack it can catch the tag heuer. Am I the the ranger I love your mind blown. He won a Menagerie him my closet. What what can we make token beaten Doe Bay empathy and it keeps going because obviously this somebody be Wadan so as the song goes in so many different directions? I love that dope record like I said it made me turn my head like wait. What was very dope luke window by such a vibe? So that's Gino that's J. E. A. N.. And the last name is D. E. U. X. Featuring Kaye Lani rum their full and empathy in. The song is called anytime. Ram Is Right That's the way that song sound. I I just WanNa give a quick shout out to jail. Bunny Danson Bobby. Reo L. and Megan. They are for young women and they make up a group called good girl for little girls fairy the movie what we never mind Good growth they have a couple of songs out that I've been checking out They dropped a saw earlier this year. Maybe late eight last year with a bogey Gray colors gray looking girls and so now that I could say the second song from them. Well they put out a project before that but these are the first juice introduced due to but I've been watching a lot of their videos and when I watched them to kind of over and over again and again to the vibe of the song that's Kinda went sometimes shoes to share versus Sharon immediately. But I've been planning the software minutes called misery and by the group good girl and shadow CIALIS. I think there from Philly. I really really with them. Got Really Dope style. The each have like their own like color that they they go by kind of like ask you know shit this misery go down Key as does Shit Guba brought you Moose. Thank your whole serve as a good if they really they were after all and now you they just got a job in Wilson Wilson. Yeah Joe I can't work this new Damn Apple Music Music. The lyrics was going and so when I was trying to get back to the screen of press positive. Press on the lyric but yeah. That's good girl. That's the song misery. the videos really dope dope is really colorful is just shot to the for them They haven't seen them dance just yet so ladies. If you're listening or someone with them is listening. I WanNa see you girls dance. I know you can't look like y'all can can and Yeah good girl so I'm checking right. Now let's see how far they go for they turn it's bad girls not oh no that's It is hard to find enough time to eat. Complete meals let alone prepare healthy ones. But being busy doesn't mean you have to resort to take takeout or overly processed food because thankfully there's Daily Harvest Daily harvest makes it easy to eat more fruits and vegetables with thoughtfully sourced chef crafted did foods that can be prepared in five minutes or less. 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Was there hacked iovine right it up at the table because her mala rely. She was ready to correct. Because Mallory was calling in the shit out right back she lets in the context. But if you watched the show you know we're talking about You also know that I want to let the record reflect flag now and forever. I don't like Vajna same. I don't like her on your show and I'm speaking as a fan of of you're the show. Of course I don't know her personally but I I don't like her on. This show goes never chaotic energy. Nothing but drama and mess and I was so happy to see Cynthia. Pack her folded order up like Origami. Just like she needed to at that table literally signed sealed and delivered that as a way really did and the only other thing I want to address address about that is that I don't like how can you talk to Cynthia same. How does everybody rose to rude? uzis ru tour everybody notices this is on wondering is this like not that I care rivalry no reminding you WANNA I don't wanNA wonder like she hormone because she just had the baby but I don't know if it's stress from going through with Marcus I his name They mark but I didn't like that she did that. And it was uncalled for everybody. Everybody noticed this. I was like sitting. There wonder. Like Damn theus. Faith was at nine eight one of them. I just candidates be doing a little bit too much sometimes and I don't like that. I love so much about her and about her being on this show and I want her there but I just don't like the way she talks to Cynthia Right. We want you are there. But not if you're doing that but the real housewives was great and I just WanNa give a shout out to poor sue Williams because she's being like as transparent as a person can be reasonably on this. A show with the infidelity took place in relationship. They're back together. Yeah when they got back has given a lot to the franchisee she sure has. She's here yes he's here to stay so I love her on this show. Yes So shot through housewives of Atlanta. What I want to talk about this week is there's two things number one? Merry medicine really briefly. A we need to. It's time to have the conversation and I'm GonNa tell you you WanNa know because I watched a clip of an interview. She did during a recent press. Run after they film the Reunion which they filmed. I guess like week ago She did an interview with OK magazine and they were talking to her about shit. That's going on on the show. She's like you know it's one thing to hear you know. Negative live comments from the other girls. That people who are expected on your free in your girlfriend you know you. He just feels different. And I'm talking about Dr Heavily. I've had some. We've had some conversations doctor having you know because I I just Some of the things he said you know whatever and she's like but we we filmed reunion. So you're going to see if quiet took her ass down to their reunion million after filming an entire season of ignoring blatant accusations from Mariah about her trying to sleep with her sisters man blatant disrespect from Toyota about trying to cast her out of quote unquote the group and not let her be on the Group trip blatant disrespect from Simone. Who's been visibly rude? Did haven't shown you any compassion. No care no nothing and you decide to take your your your egghead ass down to the reunion and argue with heavenly a person who has from day one of this season and last being completely in your corner argued. Oh you don't ever have fought for you even be here been your biggest supporter in the press and all the interviews and other media and you decided to do it. Address has with her at the reunion when you sit across from bitches that have completely disrespected your mere existence. Even on this show if she did that. I'm telling you now it's GonNa be a whole new destined when it comes to quiet on medicine on this here. Mike second thing I want to talk about 'cause that's it for me ain't even open door the second thing. I WanNa talk about love and Mary trying to feel you. Okay so before you talking just say I did not watch this season. I don't remember what episode was a of love and marriage Huntsville Well actually I guess I don back to choir before you're GonNa love me Huntsville. I Love I hope that it does not come to that but I. I do wish that this was quiet last season because I see so much greater for quite like. She's doing really well. We're GONNA leave this show. Yeah I don't feel that she needs to stay and it's not that I want quiet gone but I feel like quite not. I don't feel that she doesn't need this show but I feel like she should keep pushing in other directions and I feel like she's doing really good doing that. As opposed to staying on in rectifying washing. They're not you know being with the doctor and having missed a huge opportunity this whole season the way she fail bill. This is causing a huge opportunity. First person who was a part of this cast divorced her husband okay so she was no longer longer. Technically Mary to medicine was don't mean shit to me about our being on the show. Because you have whole housewives franchises were they literally cast single women right so you never have to be You have integrity to the namesake of ratio however choir could've taken that and like ran with the headline film. Her down sister circle film her dating. Oh her out on the town with her girls inviting the cast members to go out and like hang out being sosa new on the dating scene right all your other endeavors. I told Ya I was walking past the the hotel the other day on thirty th sixty and she was on TV On access Hollywood on it L. A. Cooking Mario Lopez at the Grove could recipes our cookbook. Doc So be showing that shit on the on the show. Right said in this whole season and was deaf. Mute didn't say nothing on the camera. Didn't Vince just said literally was in the scenes while they're having conversations about how her she just said. I don't know if that was her way of trying to stay out of like the Miss Miss but your silence. That's all that they show. They didn't offer anything else. It's almost like trying to phase out and you'll stupid asses leading them and if you feel like you can do better than Mary Medicine. Use it to your advantage so that you can actually leave and do better in America. Medicine is gonNa tell you right now. Married to medicine. What is good for her job on sister circle there in their third season? I believe it is now And they've really taken ownership of that space. The only are black talk. Show like that. This out syndicated. Great thing. It's a great thing to be a part of. And she should be leveraging that with what got her ass there in the first first place which is married to medicine and showing that show who you are if this is the direction your life is moving. Show that don't just show up at the group scenes and they even in dinner because in each other and you just sitting there you just there and you're gonna be mad when they don't invite your ass back to participate debate on this show. 'cause please believe that extra however much higher salary is she on field that if he's gone right yeah so I just I'm not I'm buying. It hasn't done enough work to sell what she's trying to sell to me. I don't buy what she's presenting as far as our image she said I'm so frustrated because it's such a good opportunity in our. He's wasting it. She said in these interviews with people like there's a new digital show their people magazine has all of the the stars they have been going on. I think it's a reality check See said there talk around things never really address. That's what they talked about on. The show used catchphrases and euphemisms and things that are specific to her being on the show. But the people who don't watch this show show or from social circle while know what you're talking about so the conversation sounded strange. It sounded a little bit like they say inside baseball. You know what I'm saying. As opposed the post something that people could understand you just mishandling the greatest opportunity of all time. Because I don't know how many more times you're GONNA get to really be interested in you just for you. You being there. Everything else is going to be a glad guided opportunity so ends mishandling this and also has this assumed arrogance. A against is such a turnoff especially for people that have been ruined for her. I asked from day one so I think the main thing is. I don't want her to go down arguing with her friends too. That's why I'm like Mariah Dr Jackie and show a totally different side of on the road. I saw Dr Jackie Brand New multilevel office. They showing oh in her with our our great relationships with our paces. They showing her reno in her house. They're showing her book that she's one of three people that Andy Cohen signed to his imprint. At whatever whatever's publishing deal is they show that you show you amplify other things you don't have to be in conflict to be interesting interesting and after seven seasons on this show. You would think that the person who's hell bent on US interpreting her in a certain way which which makes it come off less-than-authentic most of the time but the person who sold hell bent on US interpreting starting Harrison way. You think he would know that and be a little bit more strategic about about what she's doing I'm sick of the bullshit. Sorry and then. Now we're going to go to your part to with eleven marriage Huntsville. I wanted to say and I'm sorry if I take you up on eleven I really guess about these things that love and marriage Huntsville was was hosted by Egypt Sharon And you know that is of course. Egypt Gerard is an amazing host and I want more. That's all I'm gonNA say me too. I want more from her to include her job. Because I wish I would have hosted that we take her John. Kelly amazing way back when she she was on. HDTV so don't play day. One is like a journalist from twenty twenty steal your home girl you. It's yes listen yes who is being completely insufferable. The entirely ignorant whole time sat out to Kimmie Kimmie really wimpy owes only gripe I have to say when it comes to. Kimmy is the way that she treats her son on camera. I feel like she's extra mean assertive to him to convey to the viewers that she's like a a all encompassing the parent or really hands on parents and it don't always be necessary. Okay can be making points to that are on her side in certain situations. Well Well No. It's not that well what you mean you. You need everything she says to him is just extra aggressive and hard and it doesn't have to be that way but she told the truth on that couch she did. She was very matter of fact and she's really wanted me over Melody Martorana still my favorites because it just is what it is mean by. Kimmy can't like they are definitely the most interesting. There's something about the dynamic between those two that I just Melanie Martel disease what I married. But then it's like the way that they have. The conflict is so like they're both evenly killed almost like it's so weird. So I know how to compartmentalize their anger toward one another so they can function as business partners and go present and be Honored or received at at events and speak do public speaking engagements and they can also argue like cats and dogs behind closed doors. They know oh how to do that so on this reunion although they were addressing marital issues between the two of them when it came time to explore The breakdown or just the journey of friendship that they've been together Melanie. Martel was a union. Yes Okay Mama was coming up on this separated if he dogged cheated whatever they're a unit and and they was moving together like they knew it was. Just it was amazing to see because Tisches Momma who has who has gray sense even though she was paying respectfully and she was wrong and nobody wants to really get there. But the way melody like artfully pulled out. Because he was like I. That makes up the apology and then like out like the younger. But you needed to apologize. That's why you're apologizing. Not just to get it up. I was like that. He was very much on her. E Tu Mama Tambien. In Banana Shit. Everybody and they mama so you know God bless their baby and I just love and Mary tons. Bill is one of the best new reality. Kosovo's there's been introduced in the past ten years for real and they're and they're they're authentic in a way and unaffected by I the celebrity of it all in a way. That is so endearing because we're actually getting an inside look at people who are not trying quote unquote to be reality stars. They know they're on camera and of course their their posturing as such but still as as a close to authentic as it gets very much season one of housewives of Atlanta. Ah I like this like I don't know if it's like a reworking of narratives but the way we kind of view these situations on reality. TV is so much more alike important now like when we look at black people on TV. It's not like Oh if they own a reality. Show debut ratchet like Merry Medicine Love Marriage Hinesville like these are people. Ed have regular jobs that ain't trying to fight or trying to be on TV as much as they're trying to provide for their families be great communities like just be role models whether it's to themselves. They the children whomever like they're not trying to be to get on again on. I think is so dope to watch these shows come up and the conflict is good because it's not then forcing it. The problems that they have amongst this cast are real problems that are rooted in things that have taken place and so they're not sensationalizing. The arguments are the drama to be interested as as oh and it just happens. It's just so good and we don't get that a lot so that's it you guys for TV. Land also also brings a close to this week's episode of the Friend Zone. I know this is a story as a hiatus until we come back onto same outta here. Just we'll see again San Francisco December seventh We will be in your city once again Charles on the trial so You can visit the friends on live dot com for tickets to that And we will see Atlanta December. Fourteen solid cited as always always. We thank you so much for listening. We love you so much and we'll catch you next week. AMMO YOU is. He stay black and protect your imagine by

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