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Turn on, tune in: One of Lynne Malcolm's favourite programs

All In The Mind

29:05 min | 3 weeks ago

Turn on, tune in: One of Lynne Malcolm's favourite programs

"This is an abc podcast. Hi it's only in the mind on our in summer. Lynn malcolm here with another highlight episode celebrating. My party's as host of all in the mind in this program from twenty eighteen. We take a trip into the world of soccer delia. We're at a saga delic. Symposium in victoria. Do you take psychedelic drugs. Yes i- psychedelic drugs. Suicide and mushrooms and i have also tried iowa sky and a couple of other during the experiences you notice a real openness of the body and mind position of out of reality is heightened and the landscape is well. I can sort of tell there had been lasting effects experimented. Lots but looking back. It was sort of responsible experimentation. Because i recognized though having detrimental effects young pops too much because i didn't know very much about them so like few bad troops and then i didn't really touch them for a while off to a bad start. I feel like we reconcile can talk about my best experience that was it rainbow serpent in two thousand twelve. Just bay out. All not wandering around the sun comes up and just as the sun was coming up stopped at one end of the campsite and at that moment realized that stop grieving for my mom died when i was a kid and then had all these affirmations that was set and haven't changed. I find that the the deepest psychedelic experiences For you alight. Say but one of the most beautiful moments was simply being spoken to by the mushrooms as picking them under the moon beside a mountain that was shaped like a pyramid. And i think it becomes wide into your brain to a degree on how deeply you see the natural environment around you and the people around to find is when you're in the seiger's elegantly awakened state. It feels like you are untangling neurological pathways that. Perhaps he fed too much negativity in the past breakdown. Old patterns and this psychedelic sort of jumpstart or reboot to the brain gives you so many other ways of looking at reality and so much more empathy for the world around you the anthea. Genesis astrology psychedelic. Symposium is a gathering of researchers and others interested in the therapeutic benefits of psychedelics. What defines the psychedelic. Experience is the hallucinogenic faked. It causes a shift in one specific action of reality. David nicholls described his experience taking the psychedelic drug. Dm t it came on incredibly fast. The room i was in twisted up and to the right i found myself in some sort of worm hole like tunnel and it was as if all of a sudden my consciousness i was concerned i had died and yet i was completely okay with it. It felt like the most thing in the world right on found myself moving through this tunnel. All i could think was this feels so i came into this space and in the space. Was this bejeweled fractional taj mahal like structure that i couldn't help but marvel at the beauty is there was something about it. I just recognized that it was some intrinsic component of who i was who i am and there was this permeating sense of that. This place had its own coherent independence and that it didn't matter that i had just ingested this psychoactive compound. It was when i came down. I was just floored by the fact that reality can do that. As a human being. I can smoke or vapor is this compound. It seemed to raise so many questions about the nature of consciousness. The nature of reality. What is this existence in which we find ourselves in and the ontological questions that come spilling forth after that or just fascinated in the next couple of all in the mind. Episodes will explore the emerging science of psychedelic drugs which just heard people speaking about their recreational use of psychedelics. It's important to note that psychedelic drug. Use is mostly illegal and it does come with risks to physical and mental health. So we're not endorsing their us but we'll discuss. The emerging scientific research into the therapeutic potential of psychedelics for treating mental illness came singing songs when the most of his associates academic drugs with the counterculture. Nine hundred and sixty s psychologist. Timothy leary introduce them into therapy and urged young americans to use them. Turn on tune in and drop out with he's catchcry psychedelics. Queen made illegal in the us by nine hundred sixty six but they making a comeback in the therapeutic space. Dr ben caesar is a consultant psychiatrist and senior research fellow in saga delic science at imperial college london. He says we're in the midst of his psychedelic. Rennaissance in terms of psychedelic drug use today became band and they became blamed. And the we. Then have this thirty or forty year. Hiatus where these were demonized. It's happened in the last ten or fifteen years is we started to see an interest in them again not just within medicine but within culture and the arts as well and in a way to happen this way we had to have the likes of timothy leary and we had to have the drug banning in a way because now we're coming to it with a new generation we are lot more pharmacologically savvy today than we were back then. The general public no longer by the government. Line that crack. Cocaine is the same as cannabis. When i was a youngster. In the seventy s the drug education message was if you smoked cannabis is the same as injecting heroin. We're much more savvy than that now. We know what the killers how we can see where methamphetamine and alcohol particularly are destructive to our society. Crack cocaine heroin. So we're no longer buying. This government line of all drug should be put in the same basket. So i think this is a big part of the psychedelic rene renascent. It's about an increased savviness of psychopharmacology in the true causes of drug misuse versus drug. Use one reason another reason is medicine grasping these drugs and goodness me. Where could we have been now. In on standing of neuroscience and sky tree had we not banned these drugs at the end of the sixties. We've had this huge hiatus. And now we're revisiting those studies of the sixties using modern new emerging techniques and. It's opening up whole new doors in terms of our understanding consciousness now another reason. Why perhaps the dilemma census happening is. I think there's a general sense of malaise with traditional psychiatry. I think there's a lot of patients who've been parked on these long term. Lifelong maintenance drugs like ssi and they're turning to their doctors and they're saying this ain't working for me you've got to have something better. What else you got in the cabinet. So it's the country itself is undergoing a renaissance. The psychedelics represent the newest most initiative former psychopharmacology. For around seventy five years. We totally new unlike all of these other maintenance drugs there the first time that we're using these drugs in a sophisticated way to enhance psychotherapy to get to the root cause of trauma. And i think this is a much more sophisticated and clever pharmacology. Way of tackling these problems. So it's a combination of all these things that really means that the ground is very fertile for this psychedelic license. One of been ceases early experiences of recreational psychedelic drug use was with md. Or what's commonly known as ex to see and this was when i was eighteen or something taking ecstasy around that age with my friends and i remember we were lying there in someone's house after going out and everyone was high and we in that sort of youthful expletive experimental way of thinking me all kinds of intellectual and we young and all this other stuff and i remember we will and saying. Oh wow this is so amazing. Look try and think of the scariest thing you can try and think of the worst thing in the world we went. Yeah okay. let's try that. Let's imagine our mum's dying. Oh wow it's not that bad. I could deal with that. I could deal with that. And what's really interesting. I didn't know at the time is only more in more recent years that i've come to find. Md may therapy. What i was doing there with my friends was essentially carrying out a little brief experiment of what we do with. Emily may therapy. The drug provides this ability to engage with painful thoughts. That normally you would avoid but under the drug you can go there and do it and it's not that bad now. It's not an experience that at the time had any profound effect on me but now on reflection that it's really profound because it's given me a taste of. That's what we do when we use enemy in psychotherapy for drama. Md all aches to see is not a classical psychedelic like lsd suicide. Seven ordained t but it's been popular in the nightclub scene whilst it can produce feelings of increased energy pleasure emotional warmth and distorted perception. It can also cause unpleasant and sometimes dangerous affects however mdm. I is being researched in controlled clinical settings as an adjunct to treatment for post traumatic stress disorder as a child and adolescent psychiatrist. Baynes caesar is interested in the developmental. Trajectory from child maltreatment to adult mental health disorders such as trauma and addiction. This is where he believes psychedelic. Medicine like mda can play a role in effective treatment. One of the problems of things like ptsd or addictions or other chronic mental disorders or personality disorders. It's the validity of this. When you've learned these adaptive mechanisms from the age of wong homewards the narratives that develop a very rigid. And it's hard to shift them and that psychiatric profession is in a very poor state when it comes to psychopharmacology. We have a whole wealth of different maintenance drugs which treat symptoms they paper over the cracks if they're depressed giving land person if they can't sleep hypnotic if their mood goes up and down give him a mood. Stabilizer that they've come paranoid given antipsychotic none of these drugs cure the patient. These drugs are treating the overlying symptoms that underlying cause is trauma and pain and childhood maltreatment and abuse so what psychedelics offer is the opportunity to do focused and clear an effective psychotherapy that gets to the root of the cause gets the trauma and for the first time in their lives. Begin to resolve these issues that they've been a slave to for decades if he were to invent a drug to treat trauma in the a it seems to take all of those boxes and this is really as a result of it's very unique receptor profile. It's acting at a five. Ht one b receptors which produces a sense of positive mood and reduction in depression and anxiety acts the fibers t two a receptors which increases creative thinking and allows you to see things in a new way. It's acting at the dopamine receptors with a mild stimulatory effect whilst paradoxically also acting in the alpha one and two sceptres to a slightly with juice the level of ohio. So and it has this incredible effect within the secreting oxytocin which is a hormone produced by the brain of breast mothers to engender a sense of positivity and attachment and bonding so in totality these effects. Add up to this picture of a patient being able to would call an access repressed emotional memories that normally painful but in the state. They're not overwhelmed by the negative affect that comes from the call of those memories so if you take a patient with ptsd ordinations. They've spent the last twenty or thirty years doing anything about think about that night. When they were eight years old grandfather came into their bedroom. They'll do anything they'll take heroin. They'll drink they'll self harm that will attempt suicide and they'll be maintained on all these medications that just keep the symptom slightly suppressed but they will not go there to do that. Work around trauma focused therapy because as soon as they recall those memories they go into this dissociate of state which have this multimodal sensory recall of of that experience. Now what does is it. Very selectively takes out the fear response of the recall of those memories leaving the other faculties intact. So you're in a state of open minded clear consciousness to carry out the psychotherapeutic reaction with the therapist whilst suppressing the famous response and what you get is patients saying yes. I can't talk to you about my rape. I've spent thirty years doing anything. But even i can't even mutter the word wait and suddenly on this drug i tell you all about it. It allows this window of opportunity to do the trauma focused therapy which is then lasting and what the results have shown with. Md may psycho chore is after course of md which would be say ten twelve fourteen weeks in which they md may therapy. Maybe just two or three times. They no longer fulfill the diagnostic criteria for ptsd and when followed up at three and a half years later. They still no longer for the diagnostic criteria. Many of them have come off maintenance drugs in that time so in a way it's not that magical it simply puts you into that proportion of people who can do former focused psychotherapy so it moves from the treatment resistant half into the treatment reactive. Half dr been sister psychiatrist researcher and author your with all in the mind on our in. I'm lynn malcolm today. The emerging research into the therapeutic potential of saakashvili drugs for mental health. Rick dublin is founder and executive director of the multidisciplinary association for psychedelic studies or maps. It's a not for profit. Pharmaceutical company focused on developing marijuana and psychedelic into approved legal prescription medicine. They highest priority project is funding. Clinical trials of india may as a two assists sokha therapy for the treatment of post traumatic stress disorder. They've been doing what are called phase two pilot studies for the past sixteen years. The participants are given md and go through an eight hour psychotherapy session. So it's it's a two person therapy team and the essence of the method was basically developed by stand groff and others from their approach with high dose. Although it's fundamentally different with him dna and it's based on a belief that there is an upwelling from the psyche that has healing potential. And that we see that in dreams that we all have this emergence into consciousness of A repressed fears or anxieties or or even just positive memories that there was an inner healing mechanism. That is a belief but it's been based on Empirical evidence from a lot of the psychedelic psychotherapy research for the last forty fifty years. The classic friday and concept is that the therapists let you free associate and then they help interpret for you. What's going on and so our sense. Is that the expert is you. The person is their own therapist that our job is to support. What's emerging and because it's an eight hour session. We have the time and the patience for people to find their own ways because what we find is at some point people need to address the trauma and address at by describing it by recalling it but then trying to transform the fearful emotions into ones of acceptance and then what. Md may does is it reduces the fear response to a emotional threat and so people are able to fundamentally take. This trauma has so impinged on their consciousness that it feels that it colors everything and comes in their nightmares and feels like it's always about to happen again. Everything they're seeing through this lens of the past and under md may people are able to process the fears. Their memory is enhanced for the trauma. And i think that's a really important part of it is that we find that people have a greater recall to the fine details of what actually happened to them that before the emotions were so negative than fearful that they they blocked out the memory itself so the memory comes even more than ever before and then by processing the fears and by noticing and being able to be so grounded in themselves in the moment that they could see that. This is a supportive therapeutic environment and that that is not being replayed the trauma is not actually happening right now. There's been a lot of neuroscience studies that have looked at how memories are processed and it's called memory reconsolidation where whenever you remember something You actually bring it from different parts of your brain and then you kind of recreate the memory. It's not like pulling a book off the shelf and then sticking it back you kind of pull the book off the shelf. And then you re write the book and it gets stored again and so the episodic memory the memory for what happened is enhanced and the emotional content of that memory is processed and replaced with a sense that it's in the past with kind of a peaceful. I learn certain lessons from it so that that memory reconsolidation than changes the memory tone and the next time. Somebody remembers it. They remember the incident but they can bring back a sense that it's they're looking at it from a peaceful place in it's in the past. We're not saying this that our method is the best method so we are actually funding studies with some of the leading experts who've developed cognitive processing therapy prolonged exposure and cognitive behavioral therapy and helping them bland. Md may with their existing methods. So we're trying to support the field. Ptsd researchers and exploring the potential of md may in many different methods. Wreak dublin and his colleagues are very optimistic about the outcome of the latest research. Well the results are outstanding in both safety and efficacy. And because of that. The fda has declared md mesa psychotherapy a breakthrough therapy. And they've designated md mesa breakthrough therapy so in terms of safety first off. Our results are very reassuring. Because we're only giving the a several times it's given in a indoor setting. It's not a rave people are dancing. They're not overheating. they're getting adequate fluid. They're getting fluid with electrolytes. We do screen people out with hypertension. But now we're letting people in with control hypertension. We've found no problems with temperature in the rave setting people sometimes dance all night and overheat and don't get adequate fluids and people have died from hyperthermia sometimes to correct that people have drank a lot of water and died from hype nitra from too much water. So we feel that in the therapeutic setting not just in our studies there's been over fourteen hundred people have received. Md may in clinical research settings of different kinds from researchers all over the world. There's never been a case of anybody. Overheating there's never been a case of nitrile me others never been a heart attack. There's never been anything like that. We've done neuro cognitive testing before and after because the concern about if you look at the literature scientific literature on heavy ecstasy use and they're trying to find what are the negative consequences of that that they focus on neuro cognitive performance. Memory attention things like that so we've done neuro cognitive tests before and after and find no evidence of harm so we think that first off we've demonstrated safety in our results and that the minimal exposure makes that even more persuasive the researches it maps estimate from their research so far that two thirds of the people who have treatment resistant. Ptsd can be helped with this kind of psychotherapy maps a now in phase three. If they pilot study they also aim to make. Mda into a food and drug authority approved prescription medicine by twenty twenty one for response to the potential future. Use of md assisted psychotherapy in australia. Hate to the all in the mod website for an interview with the head of substance. Use research at origin. And we've added extra material on the strain in psychedelic research to the podcast stream of this program. Rick tomlin says that one of the effects of psychedelics is that they create a shift in mindset and it seems to last one of the things that really surprised me when i did a twenty five year. Follow up study to the good. Friday experiment was the persistence of memory. That those people that this was a good friday experiment with whether suicide been produced mystical experiences. And this was timothy leary. Panicky did it in nineteen sixty two so as an early psychedelic era research and it was in the middle eighties that i did the twenty five year. Follow up and everybody who had the suicide and remembered crystal-clear some portions of it. They didn't remember the whole experience. But there is something about the psychedelic experience and the emotional connection to it and often the way it's wrapped up in metaphor and story that anchors in people's memories and so it does persist and we've seen in our research with md mesa psychotherapy for ptsd. Sometimes you have had just one experience and eight years later. They're still over there. Ptsd so there's something that we're learning more from some of the neuroscience about how neuro plasticity that you know. We know that when people are young they can learn languages a lot easier that when you get older it gets harder and harder and so there seems to be something about the md may and also i believe about the other psychedelics that enhances this neural plasticity. It's almost like stem cells. In the sense that can go in many different ways. That that you get to this place where you can reorder how your brain is structured and you can build new neural pathways from one psychedelic experience. Dr bains sur. Ease passionate about furthering psychedelic research for mental wellbeing one of the big barriers. He says to water acceptance of this research is the issue of stigma and safety the psychedelic drugs particularly classical sites to extremely safe. An md is extremely safe. I'm saying that from a data driven perspective physiologically there virtually a nerd. The classical psychedelics. Lsd is so potent as a drug. It's really not a toxic drug at all from theological perspective the later morbidity and mortality with these drugs staggeringly low now. The argument would be well. What about the psychological risks and harms. Well these are actually also extremely minimal. Especially if you take the drug in the right way. These drugs more so than many other drugs are very dependent upon the set which is the mindset. Would you go into the experience. And the setting which is the kind of environment and the conditions and when these things up you pay attention to these things. Then the risks would use to an absolute minimum. The opportunity to explore different mental states in different states of consciousness is very valuable. And it's actually very fundamental part of human existence is relatively recently in the last hundred years or so. We've found something dirty off. Bidden about altered. States in altered states are very important. Part of humanity's development and you see this in non western cultures. Today they are at the birth of all religions so these experiences can be wholly positive for personal growth and development and for community cohesion and bringing people together. But there's an immense amount of fear around this. I have no doubt the listeners. Even hearing me say these things. I would be shocked. I ask you to reflect on. Why are you shopped. It's the fear that's been induced by the drug prohibition and the dangerous this pushes people towards a more dangerous use of the drug. If we want to control drugs we need to regulate their use not attempt to mindlessly ban them in vatikay them humans have been using them for tens of thousands of years. We're not going to ban the human desire to ulta. Consciousness can get it under better control. This means the setting up a system in which people can use these drugs in safe. Settings for personal growth and development. Been sir psychiatrist researcher and author. Why does rick dublin from maps think. It's so important to do. Further research on the use of psychedelic drugs for mental wellbeing. Well i think the world is endanger my sense of the long term. Survival of the human species of the planet is that we need people to be able to more clearly identify as being part of nature rather than separate from nature and more clearly identify as being part of the human species and then we need to go beyond the ways in which we classify ourselves tribalism nationalism religion. We need to see our interconnectedness. And that once you see your interconnectedness you're not so easily willing to demonize others. That are different from you. And i think that's the kind of long term strategy that i've been working on and i feel that there's all different ways. The people can have those kind of experiences. Psychedelics are not producing unique psychedelic experiences. They're producing human experiences mediated by psychedelics. That can come through many different ways. But i think psychedelics throughout history for thousands of years have been a reliable catalyst for that experience so i think we need to mainstream psychedelics mainstream mysticism mainstream. A deeper kind of understanding in a thousands tens of thousands hundred thousands millions and billions of people eventually and so i think the reason for doing the madison and the research is to try to open the culture up so that eventually there can be these opportunities for more and more people so i think we need broad based mental health improvements and i think psychedelics can contribute to that ric. Dobelin director of the multidisciplinary association psychedelic studies or maps. If anything in this program has raised concerns you call lifeline on one three double one one four or the same helpline on one eight hundred one eight seven two six three thanks to produce it diane. Dane and sound engineer. Mark dawn on me malcolm. It's great to have your company by for now. Ow you've been listening to an abc podcast. Discover more great. Abc podcasts live radio and exclusives on the abc listen app.

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Dr Andrew Weil | The future of medicine.

The Emma Guns Show

1:01:59 hr | 1 year ago

Dr Andrew Weil | The future of medicine.

"Hello hi unwelcome. I am your host emigrant Wardner and in my nearly twenty career as a beauty and health writer. I have interviewed a lot of people. Supermodels entrepreneurs authors celebrities and doctors and many of these conversations had a real impact on me. Come away feeling inspired excited informed and really empowered and at the back of my mind always think I wish I could just published the tape. So people could really feel that conversation. While on this forecast you to feel the conversation. I talked with experts guests and a few friends who I hope will inspire inform and empower you and maybe it was a challenging. Whether you're looking for self help self improvement beauty advice. Health insights business know how what just good old-fashioned life advising a bit of a laugh. It's all hey welcome to the show. My guest on this week's episode is Dr Andrew. Weil the physician and world renowned leader and pioneer in the world of integrated medicine. I have been wanting to speak to Dr. Weil for a long time because health and wellness topics that all currently rife with a lot of misinformation and a lot of pseudoscience and I say this is somebody who has regularly confused by some of the claims the icy and read but thank goodness. I have learned friends. He why then invite on the cost to you can tell us the real story. If you're listening to this podcast you'll know I'm a huge fan of putting my health mental or physical in the hands of Crystal Healer. I might jokingly say show me the data that proves that as a positive physical effect. I do stand by that. But that's not to say the evidence based medicine and we'll tentative therapies each other and then of course there's the placebo effect but more on that later. Dr While is as I mentioned the leader and pioneer of integrative medicine and this quote from him for me why I knew he would make such a valuable helpful and insightful guest for you most excellent listeners. He describes integrative medicine thus the intelligent combination of conventional medicine and natural and preventative medicine as useful alternative therapies in a broader description. He explains it as a system that emphasizes the natural healing power of the organism. That looks as people not just as physical bodies but also mental emotional being spiritual entities community members Aka host medicine that places a great deal of emphasis on lifestyle and all of the lifestyle factors influence health and illness and that really values the patient practitioner relationship and makes use of all available therapies. That show reasonable evidence of efficacy and aren't going to cause harm that last part of the rule. Clinton for me makes use of all available therapies. That show reasonable evidence of efficacy. An aunt going to cause harm a little bit of background about doctor. Wyle he I I heard about In in my career as a beach journalist when origins launched their mega mushroom skincare which he is very much involved in talk to wall received a degree in biology and botany from Harvard College and an MD from Harvard Medical School after Medical Insurance at Mount Sinai Hospital in San Francisco. He worked for a year with the National Institute of Mental Health and then wrote his first book the natural mind just to say his fifteen books currently in print. He was a fellow of the Institute of Current Mold Affairs and traveled to places including South America and Africa Research. Medicinal drug use. Medicinal Plants Alternative methods of tweeting disease. He was also part of the research staff of the Harvard Botanical Museum and conducted various investigations into medicinal and psychoactive plants. Which is obviously a really hot topic right now. I caught move at the moment for hearing people talking about mushrooms in regarding mental health. But we'll get onto that in the episode. He's also the founder and director of the University of Arizona's scientific medicine now. I mentioned his books after the natural mind. He went on to write books including mind. The meds no-win drugs are necessary tentative the better and when to let your body heal on its own the anti inflammatory diet. He was one of the first raise concerns about long term low level inflammation and suggested Lucians for it and also healthy ageing lifelong guide to your wellbeing that really is just a taste it but obviously the link to Dr Oz. Books will be in the show notes in this episode. We talk about y doctor while believes medicine as a future why the placebo effect is so fascinating and proves how powerful the mind can be. We also discuss breathing and white. Breathing practices can elicit real health benefits. The need for consistency with any health and how to avoid health trends fads and gimmicks and we touch on biohacking supplementation. The use of psychotropic in psychedelics medicine and much more and we also we also talk about the power of not being angry. That's that's the clincher. To all the next everything we discuss and doctor Wyle. We'll be in the show notes and as a wee bit of housekeeping. It seems the Metropolitan. Police came to be featured on the gun. Show in this episode. We were very high up in a hotel in central London. But Siren still manage to make it onto the show rather than clinically. Try and editor out and into interrupt. Doctor Wyle we just let them pass and then we carried on so but I'm not. I'm mad at them because they were just going about their business of keeping beautiful city of London. Safe so I'll I'll get them apart. I learned a huge amount during my time doctor. Wyle could've talked to him for several more hours so I really hope you enjoy our compensation his doctor Andrew. Weil on the emigrant. Show Dr Andrew. Weil hello a pleasure to be sitting opposite year conversation one. I've been wanting to have for a long time and I want to Have this conversation with you because you really are the pioneers one of the pioneers of Integrative Medicine and I guess in order to be able to move forward into a really productive conversation from my mistakes listeners. I would love to just kind of if you wouldn't mind. Explain what that really means. Yea Integrated Medicine at the medicine of the future. I'm absolutely convinced US direction. We have to go it. The basic philosophy integrated medicine is really devalued. The intrinsic healing ability of the organism to look at patients as more than physical bodies were also mental emotional being spiritual entities community members. Those other dimensions of human life have to be taken into account. A conventional. Medicine is very limited restricting. Its View to the physical body Integrative medicine places a lot of emphasis on lifestyle And we think we're in a very strong position to offer preventive real preventive care by giving people advice about how to eat how to be physically active. How handle stress? How the rest and sleep and so forth and we are willing to look around the world and throughout history for treatments that may be useful as long as they're not going to cause harm so we take the best aspects of various forms of Alternative Medicine. Incorporate them into with conventional medicine relents and just to say it is about blending the two and I. It's not about rejecting conventional medicine clearly. Conventional Medicine some things very right if I were in a serious car accident and I wouldn't want to. I go to a shown Nora. Chiropractor and herbalist. I'd like to go to a trauma center and getting put back together but then I'm not used the other methods. I know as soon as I quit the speed up. The healing process but conventional medicine is really quite ineffective at dealing with most of the chronic diseases that are epidemic in our society today hypertension diabetes obesity with many of the mental illnesses. That we deal with with many forms of cancer and in these areas where conventional medicine is ineffective it often causes harm and it causes great expense. So it's here. Were getting rid of medicine can be very useful and in fact at that point you say the great promise about. Integrative medicine is that it can lower healthcare costs and improve healthcare outcomes right and in the US we are. Our healthcare system is completely collapsing. You know the cost of it is insupportable. We're spending eighteen percent of our gross domestic product on our health. That's going to go up to twenty percent and completely unsustainable and at the same time we have terrible health outcomes of Ireland is not great. Infant mortality is not great. The rates of these chronic diseases horrendous. And you have always been ahead of the curve yes and you all very good at spotting these thing modding trends often long before. I remember warning people about the dangers of Trans Fats. Probably twenty years before people cut onto that before Schwarzenegger for example. Yes so you have this ability to sort of see what's coming slotted together. Bigger pictures to that point where one of the things that is now. Dominating conversations the use of psychotropic but was it in the late sixties early seventies. That you did the first actual I was well. I began studying psychedelics. Psychoactive drugs in the nineteen sixties. A botany major at Harvard and had the good fortune to be under the mentorship of a man named Richard Schulte's director of the Harvard. Panic Museum was one of the early explorers of hallucinogenic plants in the Amazon I did the first Human Double Blind experiments with cannabis in nineteen sixty eight I was first writing about psychoactive mushrooms in the Pacific northwest in the nineteen seventies. So I have credentials that go way back feel well and also to that point what I am really interested in is how you see these things develop evolve and whether you feel they become diluted. Well I've always said this goes back many many years that these drugs have tremendous therapeutic potential. And I think that's wasted when people just take them in party situations and I am both surprised then. Pleased to see this great resurgence of interest in them and now a lot of research documenting their positive potentials for instance to treat drug resistant depression and post traumatic stress disorder and I think clearly in the US. There is a trend to illegalizing these. And I think in short time they're going to be made available firm therapeutic use however I think we need a new class of professionals who are skilled in using them because the experiences people have with these agents are totally dependent on setting on expectation and environment and we need people analogous to Shamans and traditional society to guide people. They the people coming out of your institute and as you know. The incident Arizona's training is really training. Physicians Medical Students Medical Residents Allied Health Professionals and integrative medicine there's tremendous interest among those people in psychedelics and so we include material on that and their curriculum. But that's not our primary purpose that you are a lot of people coming out of that center and yes we have very intensive. Trainings are the main educational offering a two year fellowship for those who have medical degrees. Md's Dios and have completed residency training It's mostly taught online with some residential time in Tucson and we've graduated over two thousand physicians from that program. Now they're in all specialties. All Ages there in practice and all states in the US and Canada in the number of other countries as well. And it's worth saying that. Integrative medicine is an accepted term and academic totally. There's no over the anymore and there's a text books of integrative medicine some years ago Oxford University press came to me and asked me if I would be the general editor for a series of volumes for clinicians and integrative medicine so this is the Wile Integrative Medicine Library and they're now I think twenty. Some volumes have been published in cardiology psychiatry dermatology. These are very useful textbooks for four physicians. And you have to have been experienced as a butting heads with evidence based absolutely and I that continues to go on but I have to say you know. I think there is a real conflict between integrated medicine. Evidence based medicine at its in. Its most extreme form evidence based medicine. That movement is really analogous to religious fundamentalism scientific fundamentalism. And it is obnoxious. In its extreme forms for example in many medical institutions as true in North America. You cannot get talk unless you submit in advance what you're going to say and have that reviewed by the evidence based Medicine Committee and you have to give references to support what you say published in journals that are approved by the evidence base Mezin Committee. And that's the thought police. That is not acceptable. And also when I think you know this is very clear in North America. Today there is a there is a very unsavory collusion among companies medical institutions medical journals and pharmaceutical companies. And it's all in the name of evidence based medicine that force that forces doctors to prescribe drugs and do treatments which they may not agree with but they have no freedom to say no. I'll just give me one example. One of our one of my students a neurologist. Who said that great promise yesterday is that there's very sloppy diagnosis of age related cognitive decline in patients with very minimal testing and once. This label is put down in the medical record. She is then forced to prescribe Alzheimer's drugs that she doesn't believe in that she thinks her worthless and dangerous are very expensive. But this is the her institution in which she works forces her to do this and as I say. This is a collusion among the insurers. The pharmaceutical companies medical journals. And it's all done in the name of yes evidence baseness and Cashman cash and that's where that does the pendulum swings completely the other way and there was this rejection and I think what I do find really interesting about integrative medicine as the fact that it's like well they're all good parts of and they were GonNa absolutely absolutely we. I'm certainly not uncritically in favor of alternative medicine. I think there are some ideas and practices and alternative medicine. That are very sensible and worth incorporating and others that are silly and others that are dangerous and I think that people need help in in navigating through this world. And that's what we train people to do well to that point one of the reasons. I'm so excited to speak to you because I live in that space as a health and beauty journalist of getting every press release about every fad every good boy and I fall in for it hence my position now of don't delegate your mental health or a crystal mistakes but I can only imagine what it must be like for the consumer my brilliant listeners. Who want a quick fix or want to feel better and our promise. Lightning in a bottle you know. I think people are crazy. Crazy know with so much so much information too much information a great deal of misinformation and actual disinformation as well. Just if you look in the area of diet nutrition there are so many dietary fads out there and so many people on very restrictive diet some of which I think. Make very little sense. I one of the areas that I've done research in this healthy aging. I have a book called healthy aging and then when I was researching that I made a number of trips to Okinawa which was famous for having the highest concentration of centenarians in the world until recently Okinawan longevity has plummeted mainly as a result of American fast food becoming very popular there. Mcdonald's especially no true. It's happened in a very short space of time. However I was there last year and I met with a group of centenarians in Gimme village which is famous as the longevity village and sat around with these people and ask them the usual question. What was the secret of their? You know long healthy life. Everyone the first words that they said were eat everything now. I don't think that meant McDonald's but this when when I see people that have such restricted ways of eating today. I think that's foolish but it's but it's literally everywhere it's everywhere and I think the place I got you definitely as I'm sure. Many of my listeners have is trying everything achieving limited zero success and then looking back and realizing that each other exactly. I often say if you play a game with people that any food you name. I can give you a very rational argument while you shouldn't eat it and if it was all true that'd be neat. Yeah and actually. Can we talk about your favorite breakfast? Yes I well actually. My favorite breakfast is a Japanese breakfast when I grew up. I never liked breakfast all the things that I was offered. And like it and like milk and cereal. Don't like sweet pastries Didn't like eggs and when I was seventeen I went to live in Japan. I lived with Japanese families and I ate traditional Japanese breakfast and I finally found that but I like it was a bowl of steamed rice and a bit of broiled fish and green tea and pickled vegetables a little bit of Tofu me so soup and that suited me just right also interesting. That was long ago. It was nineteen fifty nine and I didn't go back to Japan for about ten fifteen years and when I did. I found not many Japanese. Were eating Japanese breakfasts anymore. They were eating scrambled eggs and Bacon and white toast and coffee and so again a very short space of time. There was a dramatic change there and in the wake of that you could just see the western diseases beginning to appear for instance in the early years. When I was going to Japan. You never saw that Japanese kid now. You see a lot of Japanese kids. Wow interesting and it's just the introduction of the Western but some of my listen to this and think while I'm never having breakfast again. Yeah but you know all those things are probably fine in moderation. I Dunno I prefer to eat whole grain toast rather than than than white toast. But there's nothing wrong with those foods. One thing I do want to talk to you about because again part of integrated medicine is this link between the mind body spirit connection and but I do want to talk about the placebo effect to really drill down into the power of the mind so and you have a real fascination in the fact that in every in every double blind clinical trial. They will be subject in the Placebo Group that exhibit the same results as the test group. Yes so this is an assignment. Often give to medical students and doctors to go pull out a journal at random reports double blind tests and flip to the end with his chart summarizing the result and always in the control group there will be one or two or small number of subjects. Who Show all the changes produced in the experimental group so to me. That's the most important fact. That's come out of fifty years of doing randomized controlled placebo controlled trials that any change you can produce in the human organism with a drug can be exactly mimicked in some people some of the time by a mine mediated mechanism. That's fascinating we should be taking advantage of that. And this is I think one of the great deficiencies of Conventional Medicine is that it really ignores the mine and discounts the possibility that the mind can affect the body and that's the the effect of the materialistic paradigm that dominates Western Medicine Western science. Which says that. If you observe a change in the physical system the caused has to be physical non-physical causation of physical events is not allowed in that paradigm and that way. We have not made sense of placebo effect until recently when we're being this study them but the the communist use of the word Placebo That I've heard over the years in phrases like we have to rule out the placebo effect. Or How do you know? That's not just a placebo effect. The most interesting word. There's just you know it's it's that. The placebo effect is a nuisance. And something we have to rule out. That's what we should be trying to rule in the CBO responses the meat of medicine. That's a pure healing response from within elicited by the mind and to me. The Art of medicine is obtaining the maximum healing response with the minimum physical intervention. And you've got three incredible examples of that within yourself. Yuck Yoga cats and son something well. Those involved in those Alex assistance there to tell those stories or yes but in the context of did the psychedelics. Unlock your yes. So here's what I think is the great potential of of psychedelics. Just they can show you possibilities that you would not have believed in and the one example that I gave was this was when I was in my late. Twenties starting to practice Hatha Yoga and the position that I had the most difficulty with the plow. Where you lie on your back and raise your legs and try to touch your feet behind your head. I got to where I could get my feet to within a foot of the floor and had horrible pain in my neck and just made no progress at it so I was on the verge of giving up. I thought you don't want him to do this. And one day during this time it was in the spring. I took a dose of LSD. With some friends is a beautiful spring day outdoors every everything was wonderful magical and my body felt totally elastic. And I thought while I'm in the state would try that so I lay on my back and was lowering my feet. I thought I had about a foot to go. And they touch the ground and I couldn't believe it I mean it was like so so joyous raise the lower than what. I was just delighted the next day I tried to do it. And I got my feet within a foot the ground and there was horrible pain in my neck but now there was a difference. I had seen that it was possible and because of that I was motivated to keep practicing and in a few weeks I was able to do it. If I had not had that experience I think it would have given up so to me. That's a model of what you know. What a psychedelic drug can experience can do. It can show you a possibility but it doesn't give you any information about how to maintain it so taking psychedelics out of it and talking about the power of the mind there has been a real shift culturally of speaking without doubt speaking incredibly positively in order to change one's results behavior etcetera. Do you believe in that I do but I think the trick is that. The part of the mind that connects to the machinery of the body is not the part of the that we think with and formulate language whistle. And that's that's what makes hard. There's some kind of a barrier between the thinking. Mind the EGO mind and the controls to the nervous system and somehow you have to get around that and their various ways of doing that. There's hypnosis other kinds of mind body techniques I think for many many people project belief onto something external likey physician for example and that allows them to shift into this other state. But it's hard to just sit down and through affirmations make these changes but yeah but that again. It's a very trendy thing to do a thing in your it can't hurt. But but it's not and speaking about the involuntary speaking about overriding and accessing. This the reason why smiled is because the four seven eight breathing. Yes an impact on something that you right and this is I think that breath is a very special function of of our beings. It's the it is really the link between the conscious and unconscious mind Between the body and spirit It's Something you can do completely consciously plea unconsciously and I think by working with the breath can really change the involuntary nervous system and it's so simple so this four seven eight breath that I teach. It's a it's a yoga technique. I learned it from an old osteopathic physician. I've taught it to many many people and I taught it to all patients. I work with I teach at the big groups of people. It takes no time. It takes no money no equipment and if you practice this over time it has remarkable physical effects and that you can you know the the basic techniques breathing quietly through your nose to account for hold your breath for a count of Seven. Then blow wear out forcibly through your account eight and repeat this for four breath cycles or eight breath cycles later. And you do this twice a day. So it takes a minute or two But the changes that happened with regular practice or amazing and also. It's both amused and delighted that this has tremendous traction if you google if you go on. Youtube and put my name in four seven eight. I mean they're videos of me teaching than have millions of views now the Prime Minister of Japan who I've never met in a magazine interview said that I had taught him the four seventy eight breath and had been very helpful to him There was a ballet company in Toronto Last year put on a ballet based on the four seven eight breath so has tremendous legs. Would you mind explaining and listeners? I will put a link to Doctor Y. Teaching this because I watched early. I did on the train on the way. Would you mind explaining how it allows the physical impact the theory of breath work? Is that because breathing? You can do as the only function completely consciously or unconsciously. It's run by two different sets of nerves and muscles voluntary nurse muscles and involuntary nerves and muscles so the theory is that by imposing certain rhythms on the breath with your voluntary system gradually you induce those rhythms and the involuntary nervous system. And so if you practice this is a practice. It's not something that happens in the moment. It's like I like to say it's like water. Cutting the Grand Canyon. It's the regular regularity of this that eventually produces great changes so if you practice over time do it twice a day for six weeks say There are very dramatic. Changes lowered heart rate lowered. Blood pressure improved digestion improve circulation. It's the most powerful anti-anxiety measure that I've ever found. It makes the drugs that we use for anxiety stays look very pathetic. What do you intend of anxiety that I've talked about a lot on this podcast? I've struggled with it myself in the post? I'm breathing is the only thing that can bring you off the ledge in that you have to have it work for you have to practice this technique so that so that it's available to you when you need it and if you at the at the start of an anxiety attack if you do this nips it in the bud does it. Absolutely I mean fundamentally what does it do does it? Just if you've done that practice it just your body is not in a state where it is. It is impossible to be in a calm state of mind and have disordered breathing and it's impossible to be in a disorder state of mind and have come breathing those two things cannot coexist so so this gives you a a competitive control that you have at your disposal. Failsafe switch on the. Yeah which brings me onto consistency. Because we've talked about FADS. We've talked about trends and how it's easy to flip from one thing to the next. What is the consistency one of the most important things in integrative medicine? I don't know that's a hard question to answer. I think when I work with patients whose lives are out of balance I think it's very useful to teach them to have some consistent patterns in their lives. Whether that's getting up at a consistent our going to sleep it against an hour having some sort of meditation practice doing the breathing technique regularly. I think planning these seeds of mountain consistency is very useful with the four seven. Eight breath in particular. It is really the power that comes from the regularity of practice. And I noticed you said four times your filled up to eight yes and twice a day minimum religiously and people say well. Why can't I do it more than that? But you can do it more often if you want but you should never do more than absolutely never more than eight breath cycles at one time and you know the reason is it's it's it's hard. It's frustrating to me that there's so little research interest and breath people don't take it seriously. How could something so simple? Do these things. It doesn't involve a drug. It doesn't involve device of researchers. Don't take it seriously but in fact when you are manipulating breath you are changing brain chemistry and brain electricity. It's real stuff and I think that's plenty doing it. That number rest cycles and there are you know when you look at all. This stuff originated in ancient India part of this science premium. That's part of Yoga Philosophy. And there's always warnings when you read about this should not undertake any stuff without the guidance of a guru. I think there's reasons to be pay attention to that because I think you can. If you don't do this cautiously you can really caused great disturbances in the brain which you wouldn't necessarily think you could write because again people don't take it seriously because it seems so simple but you really are manipulating brain chemistry and function when you do these techniques even take too many prescriptions right. Exactly yeah eighteen okay. I've got you want to just quickly just after that you said after three months it can lower heart rate lower blood pressure and you have talked about. It's better than prescription anxiety. There's no comparison there and And the other thing. Is that when you use when people are in states of anxiety panic states the subjective experiences being out of control if you treat that by giving a drug you reinforce the illusion that the locus of control is external when you if people practice this breathing technique and discover that they have within them? The power to control this. That's just a revelation and external technique fails with repetition another more frequently. You take the drug. The less effective it becomes very easy to become addicted to it. The breathing technique. The more you repeat the more effective it becomes controlling anxiety. Stay I read a very interesting. I don't know if you've read Johann Hari's book about antidepressants and about how have now with antidepressants. That's a whole other can of worms. You know. The starting about ten years ago there began to be evidence that antidepressants work. So well And I it. Was You know? In cases of mild to moderate depression. You couldn't distinguish them from placebos and when that started to be published. The people who are committed to those drugs got very upset and said well. Maybe that's true for mild depression but it's not true for serious forms of depression and then began to be studies showing that even serious forms of depression. You couldn't distinguish them from placebos and the latest. Is that even very very severe depression? You can't distinguish these drugs from placebos so as this evidence has accumulated what has the response been what his joining UK but in the US. I've just was horrified when this began to happen. You know we we have in the US direct to consumer advertising a pharmaceutical drugs. Turn on the television program and almost all the commercials performance. Illegal drugs are horrendous but a lot of them now are for antipsychotic drugs. These are drugs that were developed for major medical illness for schizophrenia psychosis. They're now being given out as first line interventions to make antidepressants work better so the ads on television. Say you're antidepressant not working ask your doctor to prescribe ability off and this is an antipsychotic drug and these are beginning out. The start people off on these on the combination of an antidepressant and antipsychotic drug because the president doesn't work so good anymore and this is being done with kids as well. I mean I'm just horrified at that practice. Okay so this is really indicative of where we kind of overloaded. Yeah and I guess. We're kind of a bit of a cracking point. It feels like that from where I I agree. We have to change the way that we live but we are in an age in a world where it's really really hard. It's really hard and people believe in medicine and no in in all the special medicine of all them I think. Psychiatry is the one that's most trouble dominated by this materialistic paradigm and the Dogma that all disordered mental states are the result of disorder brain biochemistry and the only way to deal with that is through taking medication. And that's so wrong are center has sponsored to National Conferences on Integrative Mental Health The first one was about eight years ago and we had planned to have about two hundred and fifty people in attendance. We had to close the registration at eight hundred people. Because that's all our venue withhold. We had twice that many so in April we had the second one in San Francisco in the same thing massive response to this that the hunger of mental health professionals for another way of doing this and the program was fabulous. It was about nutritional approaches. Mindfulness approaches all these up novel techniques other than using drugs. It's that approach. I guess in all the press releases I read sees Palestinian. Three sixty and it does fall into that territory. Where sometimes the people saying that unqualified true? But they might be really convinced young. So if someone's listening to this and I'm thinking okay. I want to take charge of my mental health physical health. What should be avoiding or anything? They should be drawn to well. I one thing I just general piece of advice is that you should never stop taking a prescribed medication. Suddenly and you should never try to get off a prescribed medication until you have other steps in place to manage the condition for which it was given but I the most recent book that I wrote was called is called mind over meds. And that's about the problem over medication and it goes through the categories of drugs that I think are most misuse overuse today. Antidepressants being one of them. Anti-anxiety being another and in each instance that gives one an integrative doctor would do for this condition and also gives advice about how to wean off of conventional medication and try these other things and the and integrative premium plan may include medication. But that would always be in the context of a lifestyle plan changing diet changing activity practicing some sort of stress reduction and so forth. Okay so what are the things that people should be drawn to? Is it? Make sure that you spend a bit of time in nature. I think that's one of them but key. Things are learn how to eat right and I think the basic rule. They're not gonNA get to all the arguments over this and that but the basic rule is to stop eating refined processed and manufactured food. I mean that's what's doing us in and to eat foods as close to the way nature produces them as possible secondly I would say is to be physically active throughout life and That doesn't necessarily mean you have to run marathons or work out with a personal trainer. You WanNA move your body. Walking is a perfectly good activity. If you do enough of it you WANNA get good rest and sleep. Which many people do not you want to learn and practice some method to neutralize harmful effects of stress? And for my money the four seven eight breath is the most time and cost efficient. I think you want to pay attention to mental nutrition to what you lead in your mom. I've often long recommended that people practice news fasts. See if you can one day a week not paying any attention. The News and work up to seven days a week. And that's especially important in these days I think There is a very real phenomenon of nature deficit disorder especially in kids. I think yes. Spending time in nature is extremely valuable. Yes I bring. I won't pick on two of those particular things one of the Diet food because I want to talk about. You actually opened a restaurant. Yes and you responsible for Kale shortage on the way yes exactly because you produce such and such a delicious Kale Salad but then also you were ahead of the curve as well with that because no one. That was at a time when people said fresh food. That kind of food won't south before and you also the one of the first people to say anti inflammatory diet. So let me tell you what the restaurants I. It's true food kitchen and the history of this is that I'm a very good home cook. I'm not a chef but over the years many people who ate my food would say you ought to open a restaurant. I was never tempted to do that because I knew nothing about the restaurant business and it looked like a very tough business very tough but about twelve years ago. Mutual friend introduced me to a very successful restaurant her in Arizona and I propose to him the concept of a restaurant that would serve really delicious food. That happened to conform to good nutritional principles. He didn't get it. He said health food doesn't sell. I think he thought I meant Tofu and sprouts. I eventually cooked for him and his wife he liked the food and I could see his wheels turning and he said he was willing to give it a try but he was extremely doubtful that it would succeed and we opened the first troupe kitchen in Phoenix. I think it's eleven years ago. Now it was right as the economy tanked and everybody said you know we. We were crazy but from the moment it opened its doors. It was extremely successful. There were a lot of compromises that we made he wanted. I didn't want meat on the menu. He said you have to have some meat on the menu where he finally had we had a steak Taco dish which turned out to be one of the popular things but he wanted artificial sweeteners. I said No. He wanted sewed. I said No. Anyway we now have. We just opened the the. I think we've got forty of these now throughout the US. They're all doing extremely well. I hope we'll have one London soon. There's great interest in having these internationally and I think the the secret of this. All the thirty listened to you. Maybe he might make this the Metropolitan Police now. All the food is prepared from scratch. It's beautiful the I it's delicious and we don't rub people's faces in the fact that it's healthy food but people feel good eat there so and I supply a lot of the recipes. Ice Look for novel ingredients. And it's based on my philosophy of an anti inflammatory diet which developed so i. This goes back. Probably Twenty twenty four years. I began to see information. In the scientific literature about inflammation being the root cause of chronic serious chronic diseases. All the diseases of aging coronary artery disease. Alzheimer's Disease Cancer. That all of these things linked in purposeless low level chronic inflammation. Anyone might not and you don't necessarily know that you're inflamed right. No this is imperceptible. Inflammation you know. What on the surface of your body. You know if you're if you're injured or having infection there's local red heat nece swelling and pain that's inflammation but this can go on throughout the body at a very low level and it looks like if it persists This leads to these very serious chronic diseases so it seemed to me that your best strategy for overall health is to contain inappropriate inflammation and there are many influences on inflammatory status their environmental toxins that increase inflammation stress increases inflammation but diet. Has a you draw. And we have potential control over that so I looked at the Mediterranean diet as a template because we have enormous scientific evidence for the Mediterranean Diet being associated with good general health in jeopardy and I tweaked that by adding Asian influences to it from my experiences of my time in Asia. So I added spices like ginger and Turmeric and green tea and Macho and Mushrooms Asian mushrooms so came up with this anti inflammatory diet. It's not a it's not difficult to follow. It doesn't deny pleasure from food and that's the basis of the food served and true food kitchen and you and there's a book about the Anti Inflammatory Diet. Yes that's on all my in my website Doctor Wyle Dot com all of my recent books. You can find the details of that and obviously they'll be in the show next but I do want to ask you about supplementation. Yes so I was a health spa yesterday doing a little bit of investigative work and I will pass the IV drip room. And I said I really disagree. Obviously I make myself really popular when I did. You know what that's like when I said I don't really think I should be given an ivy. Renton you know what my current levels are. I should be tested first and then if there is a deficiency then maybe there is scope for. I couldn't agree with you more moreover. I think there's no reason to give anything. Iv when you can give these orally and I would not let anyone give me an IV infusion of something unless there was a really good reason to do that so that seems crazy to me but it is that kind of thing of Oh. I'm feeling of its sluggish. This week I'm going to go and get my fichman being while. There's your placebo effect at work you know. One of the classic placebos has been Jackson's vitamin B. Twelve that's that's over the years that's classic for actors. Singers performers sports people get a shot of B twelve. When you turn but the first one the first one always has the greatest effect and then subsequently fading that's Classic Placebo Interesting at any rate there. I sub supplements are not substitute for the whole foods that contain them because at best their partial representations of the complex of compounds that nature produces and. I don't think taking supplements excuses you from eating a good diet. But I think supplements can be useful as insurance against gaps in the Diet. I am a very careful shopper. I Cook for myself. I have a garden. I grow a lot of my own food. And I take a daily multi multi nutrient supplement because for one reason other such as when I here. I don't eat the The fruits and vegetables that I should every day and we need these micronutrients every day in the right amount so I think supplements can be used as insurance against gaps in the Diet and some of them in higher doses than you can get from foods have specific therapeutic or preventive effects like vitamin D for example. So and it's very it's useful to know about them then. It might not seem like today. 'cause it's a very peaceful bright sunny day in London quite a bit. There's a lot of vitamin D but You know. Interestingly there's also a lot of vitamin D deficiency in Saudi Arabia. And that's because people are either all covered up there in air-conditioned buildings all day and there's a great deal of vitamin D deficiency in Arizona. I live because dermatologists have made people so paranoid about the sun that everybody is slathered with sunscreen. And so they don't get vitamin D either suffocating blocking the receptors interesting. So if someone is listening to this thinking covered supplements what should I do? Is it a case? Maybe taking that step back and looking at actually getting in you know when our clinic at the University of Arizona when I don't actively see patients anymore but when I did and all the people that I work with do the same we had asked people to bring in everything that are taking some people would come in with two shopping bags full supplements and dump them out and you say. Why are you taking this? Well my neighbor takes it and you know she says. Why are you taking this? I heard on the radio. Why are you taking this? I don't I don't really remember. And a Lotta. These are duplicative unnecessary. And that the fun of the first things we do is just. We'd all this stuff out now. One of the things I do and this is inspired by my brother is if ever I start to feel even slightest bit unwell. I will great fresh garlic. Oh that's that's my go-to antisocial. Yes but it works. I do it at the first. Garlic is a very powerful antibiotic and The compound in it. That's responsible for that. It's called Allison and Allison is not present in an UN crushed garlic. Clove IT FORMS. When garlic is crushed up and is exposed to air and many people don't know this so if you want the health benefits of garlic you should mash garlic and let it sit for ten minutes before you use it if you do then you can add it to. You can cook with and so for and you get the Allison. So that's a good little tip that most people don't know but you're doing that if you're grading sorry listeners. I've just given doctoral my surprise. Like Oh my God. Thanks well okay. Can I ask you how you feel about question garlic with some Chili? This is if you get a cold and a shot of vodka and that sounds fine and then I go to bed a I think. Garlic is terrific and really good at. It's very useful at the first sign of a respiratory infection. Because it's an anti it's antibacterial antiviral and does a lot of good things for you and say better to do that than to take up. Actually I don't think any of the any of the over the counter cold remedies do anything. I think they're worthless and it actually may be counterproductive in that. They make people think that they're doing something. And then they go about their business when they should be resting and not exposing other people right okay. We're going to move onto something else. That could be a whole episode. But you've already kind of done an episode. Tim Ferriss about this. But I do want to reference it from my listeners because the experimentation in use of Psychedelia psychotropic says because has become fashionable. I'm getting these press releases about it and I know if people who were saying. Oh come to my house and I've got this shave and he's GonNa come along and keep his company while we do and I find that really worrying. The main advice would give people. It'd be very careful about who you do it with you know when you really want to check the credentials of these people who are guiding sessions. Because they're they're all applications of using these drugs and the ones that I've listened to for example. I know the ones that Tim Ferriss is funding. The ones that are actually helping with things like which is incredible but using it as like a hobbyist or this weekend. I'm going to open my mind. Well I think you know physically. These drugs are quite safe. Probably safer than any of the drugs medicine. But the there are real psychological risks to them and those are containable by attending to set and setting. You know but that's the skill of the the guy in arranging circumstances to increase the chance of a positive experience so there are. I get an awful lot of increase from people. Where can I find somebody to guide PSYCHEDELIC experience and I? It's I don't always know how to what to tell people about that but there is now there are one of the groups that's been very successful. You know about maps in the US. It's the multi. Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies Nonprofit Group the founder of that Rick. Tomlin almost single-handedly has been responsible for getting md where it is today where it's about to be legalized for treatment of PTSD. He's raised a lot of money for PSYCHEDELIC research. And I understand the the website of that is maps dot org and understand that they are beginning at training program for PSYCHEDELIC guides. There's another there's a school in California called the California Institute of Integral Studies that also has a program training program for psychedelic guides. So maybe we'll begin to see you know some people who are really well trained in how to do this. It's the as you said the top. It's the future. Yeah just to that point though I think where I have a concern and I hope I'm not pressing on. This is if someone thinks they've got a trauma to work through or if someone thinks I'm feeling depressed. This is going to be the answer. My concern is we don't know what you're opening up. Yeah it might be right but I think you'd really want the vice of a mental health professional but the problem is that most mental health professionals are not trained in this area. So again there's a we need people who really Ridge both worlds right okay. I've got here and that's where the instinct. Okay so it's become fashionable but let's just be very careful about how we move forward with it now. I do want to talk about your original trials about marijuana just because I love the fact that one of the things that you debunked as the fact that it doesn't dilate your pupils doesn't give you the money. Well the reason this is back in sixty eight first of all it was the first time anybody had given human beings marijuana in a in a controlled double blind sending never been done and I was just interested in getting some very basic information. The reason we wanted to check the pupil thing is that that the cops were arresting people based on seeing dilated peoples in saying that was probable cause for searching for marijuana so it turned out that it didn't do that. And in terms of the munchies. You know people said that it lowered blood sugar and that was why people got hungry. Well it turned out to have an effect on blood sugar. And there's probably other reasons why people get the MUNCHIES and any rate it was just very basic stuff but one thing we did show. That was interesting. Was that people who'd never had cannabis before in our laboratory setting when they were under the influence of you could show that their performance on simple psychomotor tests was impaired but if you took people who were experienced users and gave them the doses. They were familiar that you couldn't show any changes in in performance. So I think that's quite interesting. That's very different from alcohol. Which if you know what a certain level is going to impair everybody Well and yet. It's a legal recreational right drug right with the welby place. If that was made illegal in marijuana was mainly I'm Kevin o'dowd tobacco as well that these it's interesting that the drugs that we've made legal or the ones that are really the most dangerous. Do you think that will never change well? I don't know that they're going to become illegal. But certainly Marijuana's is about to become. You know legalized in the US. It's only a matter of time before the Federal Government has to legalize it from your perspective because health has become very fashionable. What are the traps that you see people falling into that you would just wish you could just caution them against you know? I think that it's so hard to navigate through all of the conflicting stuff out there. I think one of the most troublesome movements that I say I don't know if this is having to here's the Anti Vaccine Movement. Oh yes it is. I mean that's really scary to me. And it's it's I knowledge people's fears about these procedures and I think our aren't perfect but the idea of immunization is a very sound idea and if people lived with the diseases that these prevent. I don't think anybody would be questioning them. you know. I've been in other parts of the world where you still see polio. And tetanus people had those disease in front of them. Nobody would be questioning this. I think that's a very dangerous. You know moving out there the more people that don't vaccinate the more. These diseases are going to reappear. Well I'm not one hundred. Percents factor along the lines of social media has been really policed. Typically over here in the spreading of antitax good Memes because it means that the decisions and I had Dr Jen Gunter on the podcast recently. Crossbars with her but one of the things I said to her because a lot of nonsense out there about female health and particular websites selling expert in places that they shouldn't be and one of the things I said to her was well. How do we apply critical thinking when we are bombarded with memes? Click your articles that I wonder if you have. How any advice for anyone just to sort of rise above it and not get sucked in. Well I think you want to seek out reputable sources of Information. So you know. I recommend my website and my books doctors that I've trained and that's exactly what they're there for. You know that's all I can tell you another movement that I that I find scary. The whole bio hacker movement. You know that some of these people. They're doing things that I think are just crazy. You know putting putting substances into their body which are not well studied. What you really don't know about long term safety of A lot of craziness out there. Biohacking is something that I did a a mini park on about a year ago and I said well this is what it is and to some extent I can see some vestige of course but biohacking to me is waking up feeling tired and having coffee biohacking through to the knock your score is going to the it is going to extreme lengths. What was the substance? You're thinking of that people putting in that body Well there's a there's a drug called rapamycin have you heard of that one This has been. It's used as an immunosuppressant drug for organ transplantation but it has its appears to increase longevity and healthy aging. There's some research dogs but on the basis of very limited data some of these bio hacker taking that the shelves. And I think we have no really information about long term safety of that. I also read because I was prescribed. Metformin for a long time. Yeah and then I read that people in San Francisco a rich types. We're taking it to extend extend life. That's very common practice now. It's not a legit thing. Well I don't think we know I mean there's there's there's suggestive evidence at least Metformin as a relatively benign drug. So I don't think are unlike rapamycin. Which has the potential to increase breast cancer But I think it's on the basis of limited data that people are doing these things but you've had limited data before but you've seen pretty good. I'm pretty good at extrapolating knowing where things are going to go but some of this stuff just makes me nervous. Makes me very nervous although I do? Take a little bit of Apple Cider. Vinegar and water before planter chew and Tangun. Let's also just quickly talk about your books written fifteen and you start off with a healthy mind natural mind. That's where mind right still imprint. Still Very useful to people that was really about drugs and altered states of consciousness and argued that there really weren't weren't good or bad drugs that we're going to read uses of them. Our drug policies were silly talked about cannabis psychedelics. And what's the most recent book? The most recent book is this mine over beds which is about over medication. And if someone's listening to this and they think I really want to find out a bit more. Is there any place that you would advise? They go in they. Well I would say my first book about my philosophy. Health has called. It was spontaneous healing. I look at that it really. It's about the body's intrinsic healing mechanisms and the philosophy of integrative medicine and also the one called healthy aging. Which is I think has a lot of useful information. Okay and also one of my favorite of yours is this. I've gotten away with saying the most outrageous things because I'm not angry and I feel that one I mean if you go and social media angry opinionated plus anger equal social media. What are your tips for not getting angry? Well I've practiced my breathing exercise for example but a lot of experience being on I mean in the oath seventies eighties even with the natural mine. That was pretty radical stuff in those days and I would be lured onto television programs and they would ambush me and have somebody that was completely hated what. I was writing and hadn't told me that that was going to be on with them now. Stuff like that so in situations without a lot of practice at keeping myself calm and centered and I really you know. I've just observed that I see people talk to audiences and they provoke a really strong reaction. They think people are reacting to the content of what they're saying and it's not it's people reacting to the emotional tone saying things and if you speak with a non angry tone you can say pretty outrageous things and people will listen. Pay attention to them but it also keeps you yes. It's much better for you but again we're animals aren't we someone's out there and I'm thinking Tony Robbins. Just because he's got where you're like. I'm listening to everything you save. It's very captivating. So it's kind of if you're centered. You're probably not going to get pulled into it interesting. Okay so just stay. Don't don't get angry if the extent that you can do that. That's very helpful and also without being sort of twee about it if you're not angry inflammation all of the. There's no question I mean. Inflammation is in a way. It's an angry state. It's hot and read and But you know the the important thing about inflammation inflammation is the cornerstone of the body's healing response. It's how the body gets more nourishment and more immune activity to an area. That needs it. If you can't produce enough inflammation you're vulnerable to infection. If you produce too much inflammation you're vulnerable to allergies and auto immunity and overtime to all these very serious in chronic diseases. So there's a very delicate balance there of being able to produce enough inflammation and not too much. Well to that end. I will be putting all the links to Dr while in the show and all of your books and I will be immediately cooking something from the anti inflammatory. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for listening. You enjoyed that conversation with Dr Andrew. Weil and I. If you'd like to talk to me than emailing the bees cost gmail.com or me on social media or Amazon's on twitter and instagram. 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"Happened. My feeling was well probably, Omega. So when this get a turn, he'll now if you've been watching the TV like a month ago or so I mean, they were doing the story line where Omega had that edge to him and he beat the hell out of Marcos stunt. So? Now. Hangman is all buddy buddy with F. TR. And FDR ultimately there did it via heel team And they should be heel team and they should be a heel team going up against the young. Bucks. So I could very easily see a scenario where the hangman at F. are. They're all friends? They're all buddy buddy and it's a trap. And FDR ends up screwing the hangman they beat him and his partner for the titles and Hangman and Omega Split Maybe Omega turns on hanging out of they're gonNA do but hangman ends up the he'll I'm sorry FDR ends up the hill tag team champions. The big matches is FDR in the young box. I think they should win that first match and then build up to down the road where young bucks. Finally when they're taking files, they beat FDR to. Low for ways you go but that's my guess is to where they're going with all of this but we shall see Person says today is the final Wednesday night dynamite before the weird schedule change without competition, you expect exte- numbers to go up or will sports affect them. Dude. Annexing numbers. One hundred percent are going to go up and if they don't. There's a massive problem because last week they had competition from. NBA An aws and they went up and if you watch if you look at the quarter hours if you look by the minute by minute. I mean the Annex T. The Awa audience there is a lot of switching back and forth. Trying to sneeze here, very dusty here in this lot. So. A lot of people switch back and forth. So if a lot of people are switching back and forth and you get rid of one of the shows. They're going to go up the other reason they're. To go up. Is those two weeks a wild about it was great. American bash verses fighter. Fast? The nights that t one I mean number one, they did a champion versus champion match which was bigger than anything that AWA was doing. But if you recall correctly, the other thing that they did was they had limited commercial interruptions normally annexed. He has thirty minutes commercials. They only had fourteen minutes of commercials which prevented a lot of switching back and forth, and there are fewer ship rose. So they absolutely are going to see increased rating without e w how big I don't know. We'll find out next week back in a moment observer life. My Wallet Elsa Gun Complex. You Need Auto Parts O. Reilly Auto Dot Com is just a few clicks away. We offer convenient options for you to get your parts quickly order online pick up for free at your local oreilly auto parts store. We'll even bring it out curbside are you can have your part delivered right to your door with free shipping on most orders over thirty five dollars visit reilly auto dot, com. Auto Parts. 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Obviously the number four to five, seven, eight, zero, seven, five, six, six, forty, five, seven, eight, zero, seven, five, six, six, a lot of people are twitch homeys looks like. A lot of folks texting me here about the man to beat cody and there have been a lot of suggestions. That that's man be. roussev BA- former Roussev. and. I have somewhat mixed feelings. About that. I WanNa just preface by saying that I think the rousseff. Is. Awesome. And reuss. have. His real name, Mural Miroslav, barnish have it's like the greatest name. But they turned into rousseff. But. My only my only. Qualm is it the one thing that everybody complains about is we don't want all these. Guys coming in and beating all the AWA guys I understand that I understand that. People were upset about met Cardona coming in and people will say, well, look at the champions cody former wwe guy and Jon Moxley. Former W. E. Guy and Chris Jericho former wwe guy. People are going to be angry they're going to be upset they're gonNa Complain Okay now take that out of the equation Food I love Rousseff. roussev debuting as Miroslav Bernie Shove. A total bad, ass. Coming out and just destroying cody and winning the title. New Monster Heel on day one I. Love It. I think they're going to do it. I have absolutely no idea. But that is that is that's the kind of thing I'm expecting to happen not necessarily a former deputy me guy but somebody coming in brand new boom right out of the gate you make a star in one night by beating cody. That's what I think is going to happen. I don't know who it's going to be but I personally. Got No problem handsome mirrow coming in and doing this so. There you go. Handsome Mural. This person said should be the last defection from me much better than Zach writer give Zach writer a chance I thought he looked fine on the show last week and he deserves everybody I know people hate the term deserves but I'm going to use the term in a way that I believe it's fair. Everybody deserves a chance. To get out from under the W. E. Shadow everybody deserves that chance if you work in this business and you go to some promotion and they use you terribly, you deserve to be able to go somewhere else and get another chance. Okay. Now, when you're a performer on somebody show and you're playing a role, you don't deserve anything. Nothing. Oh. I love this movie but you know, I like this actor he deserved to be in a better role. I mean I guess you could say that but I mean his character the character he plays deserves only what was written for his character. That's it. No actual people does a great actor deserve a better role. Scher whatever. But the role that you're asked to play because you did a good job with that role, it doesn't mean that the entire movie needs to be rewritten. So you've. You. Win in the end or whatever. It's ridiculous. Any thoughts on a third book by you and if so what would you write about I have put zero thought into a third book would I really would like to do but I don't think that I'm going to get an opportunity because it doesn't appear that they they have any sort of deal with audible as I would love to read one hundred things wfan should know and do before they die I would love to do that Audio Book But triumph folks doesn't do audio books and so I guess I, I've asked them. If you WANNA swing a deal with audible I'd be happy to do it. But right now, it doesn't look like there's any plans for anything like that. Persist tonight is the night are until the FDR and hangman progresses even further. I think them with cody could be the best faction in wrestling your thoughts. Of about American wrestling. Pickings are slim. I mean. What retribution? I mean, there's there's a hurt business fun faction actually loved her business mbps such a great talker and in. Shell. Benjamin's a bad ass Lashley as bad as I. do really like that faction but. I mean, there's not a whole lot of factions in wrestling nowadays. The person says Kushida is in the last triple threat match to qualify for the ladder match is he just a name or does he have a chance of me becoming champion? Well, the way that they do the North American title is I mean anybody can be the champion. It's not gonna go on like a total bottom of the barrel type guy but you know it's Designed to be a mid card upper mid card title I. Think the next North American champion should be Damian Priest I. Don't know if he's going to be the next North American champion, but that's why would put the title on but anybody in that ladder match I mean Bronson read could be the North American champion. I. Mean It's it's designed to be below the world champion. I mean I would argue that it shouldn't be I. Argue that it should be on par with the heavyweight champion but. To them, it's a secondary title. Guys have held it, but it's still the secondary title I mean if if you the other guy win, it's the one that gets vacated. If you in the world champion win I, would I would put it on deemed priest but because she could win. Vinnie. Looks like a skinny. Chris Hero. This person says. I see I know what the Joe and other joke you're getting at here buddy but vinnie looked like a lot of things back. Then I've mentioned this on the Brian and Vince, show the other day. Vinnie is a huge fan of Cameron Grimes Cameron rhymes is favorite wrestler. Some watching. Video that we. APP. Young Chico Alvarez Young Vinnie. He's he's skinny. He's got long hair. He's got a beard. Watching this video and can. Okay he doesn't have the beard. It probably is Harry, but he's wearing clothes. Vinnie facially like everyone says. Always across between Kevin Nash and the big show, it's all because of his size and everything like facially doesn't look like the big show her. Kevin Nash facially he looks like, Cameron Grimes the. Cameron grimes father. What does W we have to do to appeal to the eighteen to thirty four demo which aws beaten Ryan recently. A more realistic product more wrestling based. CETERA. Well before. Or? If I had to look at. I can answer this question because aws beating them in that Tim O. What is w doing? De me is not doing. And by. That I mean all of me because. Doing worse than that Denno is x T. So. If you. Had team. I mean, sometimes at exte- has the best wrestling of any show on Wednesday nights but they still lose. So. That would indicate that the answer is not well better wrestling. What WHAT DOES AWA do? that. W IN ANNEX T don't do. Well to me the number one thing is wwe the main Ross an Annex T. Mobile more. So the main roster but annex t suffers from this as well. It doesn't feel real to me at all in any way. Everything, feels. ME. The verbiage. Local medical facility. My guest at this time. You can go on and on Oh. There's you know. I gotTa talk about this because I I saw a clip of it. Last night I. Guess on dark but I the clip is floating around today and. I think it's Phoenix is pounding on somebody and his punches are missing by a mile. Okay. Actually punching himself. It looks preposterous. There was a there was a the dark order beatdown. and. The dark order beatdown. This was months ago like some of the dark order guys I mean they're doing these punches but they're missing by two miles everybody ridiculed it. They made fun of it. Everybody's been making fun of a Phoenix missing the sky by a mile and quite frankly it is ridiculous. Okay. But. I'm going to say this even though all day today I'm going to have to hear about what she'll I am. I would rather Twice, a year. See. Somebody missing their punches a mile because for some reason, the cameraman was too close and the director decided to use that angle. I would prefer that. then. Every single show the. Zooming and the camera shake in my headphones are falling off and the camera practically going upside down I. Feel like I'm gonNA vomit. I hate that. I would much rather every now and then see that somebody miss their punches by a mile and to have to see this atrocious ungodly sickening camera work in wwe. Just film the matches, and if if if somebody misses every now and then fine somebody here says I prefer people learn how to work whatever whatever I can't watch this incessant Ng and camera shaking. There was a moment on some show I don't even know what it was probably everyone but there was like a five second beating and they switched the camera fifteen times dude. So, anyway. The stuff drives me crazy. The verbiage. Every interview starting exactly the same interview Persson asking stupid questions. I mean. Mike uses the term plastic whatever term you want to use. that. That is the biggest difference between a W. and. ME. So it seems to me that if he w is winning and eighteen to thirty four and they're beating raw than it seems to me that that's the one thing that is different between the two promotions. Awa Does for more realistic unscripted interviews. They just give the guys, the bullet points in the guy guys, they be themselves, they cut their promos and the show feels more like you're watching a sport and I don't watch a lot of sports than it feels more like watching a sport that it does watching whatever this w e productive me production. So that's the best answer I can give you because what else is different I mean they're stars on raw I mean there's No there's nobody like the Rock and Steve Austin but guess what? There's no rocker Stevenson on aws either so it's not like there's there's massively bigger starpower Awa than me I mean, there's great wrestling on every single one of the shows there's great wrestlers on every one of the shows. There's one thing that is a glaring difference that is the W. production in the w verbiage as compared to wwe. So that's the only thing that I can give you as a possibility. I near says, Colt Cabana has been the hero of pro wrestling streamers on twitch. He wasn't the first, but he is the best L. checkout to stream on twitch. Poor. Miroslav Barney ship got kicked off which. Is Lot of walking in Bikini or something like that hopefully he's back. I. Don't I don't follow this twitch stuff closely even though we're streaming, you're on twitch, fall the the the drama man at socks. Do, you think next week dynamite will be hurt going up against takeover. No clue takeovers in the WB network and dynamite is going to be on. National Cable Television. 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I don't know about everybody else the old people of the the older people, the oldest audience fifty and up, they appear to want to watch a show about wrestling or they've just been WBZ fans for so long. Then there's GonNa Watch. Till. The bitter end. And a lot of people here noting that eight in takeover only going head to head for about an hour. Or an hour on. A next week. Says Darby. Should be cody for the TNT title Dude I'm totally fine with that one that would actually be a great ending to that story if Darby was the one number one, a guy like Derby. Win over somebody. Number two, they've had a long running storyline basically. So Darby in cody I like that idea is significantly better than even main man Miroslav Barnish who by the way it is not here is back on twitch. So that's good. For says, the only part of this week that I saw on twitter was the shane raw underground I swear to God unless Canada cuts I got up to sixty at eighty four seconds of a ninety second clip. At. 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The seventy fifth anniversary of the end of World War Two VJ day. As it occurred back in August fourteenth of nineteen forty-five, the news and sounds of the end of world, War Two and Norman Corwin fourteen August performed by Orson Welles that's all coming up Friday on Classic Radio Theater Right. Now we want to take you to Fort Laramie starring Raymond Burr from sixty four years ago today August Twelfth Nineteen fifty-six. Talk. Arguing. Learn. Starring Raymond Burr Captain Liquids especially transcribed tales of the dark and tragic round of the wild frontier. The saga of fighting men who wrote the Rim of Empire and the dramatic story of League wins captain of Cavalry. From Jim lack at the agency CAM asking us to stay away. What are usually once? Time, he's asking for help. is about to have an uprising on his hands away parcells out the food that sue haven't got the strength run uprising. All the troops you can spare lack must be scared stiff when he doesn't mentioned what the trouble is about or if it started just the fears it will You better take a patrol down. That, all the troops you can spare major. There's until I know better what the problem is is. Long since you saw lack last month when we went up to butcher the beef and the agency was hovering around like a mother hand making sure no Indian got a fair share. You saw they did of course that's. Off the agency. I got no way unknown at the Indians got to keep their meat or not, but they had it when we left. Jarred Manda understand. When he first came out here from the east remember we both thought he had a good feeling about as John. talked a lot about Indians being human freedom fair either saying he's changed. As I don't think so. He's still talks same way pretty much goes back to what he calls being human. He hasn't had much regard for us as human beings are as wife ever seen her I met her when they moved out here. Tall woman. says. Never says anything anymore when he's around. I don't think he needs or any better than he does the Su-. Well sure high on 'em in Washington issue of budget boys. Lacks keeping them in the black just fine. Of course they might feel different about him if there is who uprising. How soon can you leave him an hour? Good. Soon as you get an estimate of the Situation Telegraph me I don't know what you'll find. Something wrong major. Up to now, he looked on the army is just so much interference. Now, he's asking for us. I'd say lacks in real trouble. Looks like we got delegation ahead. So at least they're waiting for us not charging out to me this. Looks like read there. That's Right at the reservation line. Might be. That's as far as he wants us to go read. There's not Asta never has been. Patrol. Greetings red deer. Breeding. You do not come away long time I was here. Last month were off hunting. Hunting. No. Good. Read, they're no longer flying good hunting ground. Too Much White Man sorry to hear that. Many moons ago you read here white mainly reservation to Indian that's right engine to have fine hunting ground good lodges. Plenty food. Now Lodgers no shelter for school but boys. All Many. Holes in wall. Brain wind and snow against us. No Good Foods Now No hunting Brown you Powell Mr. No good. Read their goal make talk like. Listen. You've read their talk like he take away. Make lesstx not good that why you wrote out from the agency to meet me read do. Not like. Army. To. Come. When Army Come? For Indian we've never bothered your idea. Not You. But when army come lack mad. Lack Mad. Bad. For, engine. Is Their New Trouble on the agency. Not. Sure no trouble. Good. Suppose you ride back to the agency with it. You unthinking, ground back. I happen to them. Why Men Day? All over getting rocks make big old. Game all run. No good hunting. Miners. Dig It rock. Make big all sometimes not good for hunting GRUB. No not good. I read you right back with us. We'll, make POW WITH MR LACK NOTE TROUBLE NO TROUBLE Income. May I go on? Get on back to your lodge is now cut you're right I told red deer we'd Powell Mr. You know right to do that I had the right and we will how ally I wanNA talk to you I long. All right. I do go to you. Live in see or braves go. There's. Paulo later. My word not cut rations. No. Then read deer go. You had to deal with them every day. You'd sing a different tune. Captain Glance. With him every day to know that you can. Powell. All yourself half crazy and get nowhere I came at your request I ask for troops not a patrol. If you need troops, you'll get them. Come on inside, you never know who's listening around here. have your men stand guard over what over US L. C. WE ARE FREE TO TALK MR LACK All. going. Is Lack. Captain. Queens Gone Back Your Kitchen Clare Kaplan I have a lot to settle in hurry. James. All, you'll tell him about I'll tell him everything claire and I go on. Either sit if you want. Thanks. Well first things. First, you'll telegraph major dagger immediately for reinforcements I'd say we'll need at least one, hundred, fifty man food supply of arms and ammunition, and of course, whatever food the army will require can't be expected to feed the army on agents would I think the search begin right away and after you want to slow down a little you you've been through it as long as I have Catherine. Before we move the army from the entire department of the Platte over here. Maybe ought to tell us about this uprising mark. My words there will be one. We don't have it in the bud. Thanks. They've been growing sullen without causing mind here for the last few days. I've got the Russians each time. There's been a disturbance disturbance. Guy Oh delegations. Committees I guess they are. Every time I look up two or three jeeps or waiting on my front stoop with some new grievance. These grievances. May what you're calling a disturbance at what they are. I was thinking more like a demonstration as. I think that's next on their list lie because of the guns now that they're armed I say we can expect shooting trouble any day you know they got guns or not. That's why call for the army. I want you to disarm them first and they get the guns Oh captain you're the most obstinate I've ever encountered. I'm headed this agency. It should be enough you that I say they have gone, but it isn't enough. I can see that when his agency was established, it was agreed that the braves could keep their guns if they were hundred that was before my time captain I'd never have agreed to that the army agreed to it Mr Lack. All right. Then, you may as well no I changed all that. Shortly after I came here I was quick to see that no good could come savage under my control having gun you took them away. Disciplinary reason gas what happened to their hunting. What hunting they're willing to do there's lazy. Oh, I figured they could do with both. Now look the sewer traditional hunters they're not lazy about it. If they got hunting ground got hunting grounds by treaty read, there's the minor scare the game off hell I can't keep minors Outta here. That's not my job is the army's job. We'll run them out and interested in minors I'm interested in the Indians having guns. Oh. Am I now ever since I took him away. I've kept their guns in one of the supply stores under lock and key. You can be sure of that yesterday the lock was broken and the guns were gone. It took their own guns back yesterday morning I found him gone. That's one telegraph the major last evening I found some of my own rifles gone. Now I say they're spoiling for something happen might be you're right Mr Alright. I don't mind telling you. It frightens me. It should always been able to handle agency affairs himself done a good job of it to produce say so but when savage and start arming against me, I don't mind admitting I need help. I'll start a search going for the guns right away Mr. Lack. But you better get some ideas about helping yourself to. Learn. What way the way you look on humanity Mr lack. Agency Indians got the right to enough food, proper living quarters and hunting grounds I abide by the letter of captain, we will search. See what we come up with. Naturally all want to help any way can that'd be by staying right here. Mr Lack. Let us do the surgeon our way. From, sixty four years ago today August Twelfth One thousand nine hundred fifty six, four, Laremy on Classic Radio Theater, the news from that date comes up next. Thanks for listening. 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So matter how you soak in that Summer Sun at home or on the go grab an ice cold coca-cola today and enjoy. And you're listening to Classic Radio Theater on your favorite station episode of Fort Laramie starring Raymond Burr originally broadcast Sunday August Twelfth Nineteen fifty-six in the newspapers of that Sunday, sixty four years ago these some of the headlines. Five-nation Eram Labor group threatened today to blow up a Western oil installations and military basis throughout the middle. East of Egypt is attacked in the Suez Canal dispute the threat came from the International Federation of Arab labor unions as President Gamal. Abdel Nasser today worked out with his cabinet to is climactic answer the West invitation to a world conference on the canal. Civil Defense today began distribution of new national plan for America in the event of an enemy attacked the plan which includes recommendations were states and cities replaces the nineteen fifty plan which has been outdated biceps developments as the hydrogen bomb headquarters of civil defence. Embattled Creek Michigan said the new plan is designed to show who at various levels of civil. Defense Federal State and local is supposed to do what when they do it and by what authority. scrappy Harry Truman. The Democrat Party's old champ went all out for Admiral Harriman today as the best man for president in these times a mounting crisis in the world in the strategic that could throw next week's democratic. National Convention. INTO UPROARIOUS harmony shattering battle the former president Gabe is on qualified blessing to the New York governor. The reaction of Adler Stevenson still the man to beat for the nomination said quoting, I expect to be the Democratic nominee. Democratic National Committee today throughout efforts to unseat the regular. Mississippi. And South Carolina delegations some southerners feared the upshot might be an effort to revive the nine thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, two, loyalty oath bite the committee by voice vote dismissed claims for recognition from rump groups from the two states the action means the regular delegations will be placed on the temporary role when the convention opens on Monday. Decent burst of. Control. Board. which ruled in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, three that the US Communist Party was a tool of Moscow today refused to the new trial subversive activities. Control Board rejected the party's demand for a full scale reopening of the long drawn out proceedings which ended with the board requiring the Party to register with the Justice Department list its members and give an annual financial outing. Mississippi Governor JP Coleman denied today a Negro was barred from voting in his state because he failed to answer the question. How many bubbles are there in a bar of soap coleman denounced his unfounded and baseless discharge and others made before the Democratic Platform Committee by Roy Wilkins Executive Secretary of the National Association for the events with Colored People. Radioactive luminous paint on watches instruments, television sets x ray tubes and nuclear reactors are among the sources of man-made radiation which may contribute to an increase of genetic hazards. This the conclusion today of an International Group of radiation scientists winding up five days of meetings in Copenhagen Denmark under World Health Organization auspices. Though some of the day's top news stories reported in the newspapers of Sunday August Twelfth Nineteen fifty-six on your Radio Fort Laramie? Which continues now on Classic Radio Theater. d'al-aqsa that store building their next laundry was where the guns kept capping digits speak to read this. Is Eddie meet US here. Good. Give Him, I, don't. Know quite how to say this but. I just warm to search engines for guns that are rightly there's not all of them are rightly as some of them belong to Mr lack the building. Yes, sir. He will say no plaza. Whites. Walk. Something wrong. Mrs Lack. Red deer startled me captain. Clinton's I didn't hear him come in and then suddenly there he was we asked him to meet him. So. We said Rigueur no-go white score. No. No. Of course he didn't edgy captain we all are and. How I'll just never got used to their moccasins, you can't hear him. You know you just can't hear Matale you've got business here man we won't bother you not at all. I was just looking for some soap I thought we'd stored the surplus here. Guess we've used it. All Mr Lack keeps a very close check supplies you know but he does. Well I'll go now. Ma'am. Yes. I. was wondering. Is this applies door kept openness a rule anybody can come and go oh, did not no no Mr lack keeps it bolted all times he and I have the only keys. Then you unlocked just now before we came S, that's how red deer got in without hearing him. Thank you. Ma'am thank you very much. I'll see it's locked immediate. You're finished captain. Yes, ma'am. This cabinet red deer. This where lack kept your guns. Not No. Locks splice clean. Real clean cabin hatchet maybe. Pretty. Good. Sized. Cabinet. I'M GONNA guns. Did it hold read? Do not know red deer not know about guns. were, your own guns once? Maybe figured you had the right to them. Muni rights ones belong to red deer and people know more. You'll hate lack. Don't you do radio come Make Paulo with kept. Gotten say talk about hunting grounds. Not Guns not hate but you do hate him. Not like. Lack given bad larger. Not much good. No No. Good hunting. Eight. Years. Hate Enough to want to kill him. Maybe Q. Red Do not need gun to kill. All you wouldn't would you Ask. You didn't take the guns yourself. Dear you know. Took them. Many questions from Guston. NOPAL. Way Don't want to search your largest, but we will we have to. Understand we'll go through every stick building on this agency to find those guns unless your people give them up, their own will read your not know about going read. Their. Listen to me. We're going to try to do our best for you about the food and you're lodges. and. We'll drive the miners off your hunting grounds. You've got to help us to. Go to your people. Tell them to give up these guns or we'll come looking for them. Home what. Time. Tomorrow morning. White soldiers come on agency to night yes we'll have to. Red deer go to make don't. You find guns bring to captain. Stack them in front of your lodges. Do this GOP to not take bubbles from Indian. Where'd you get an idea like that? Red. Deer go to. Who's going to take their kids from nobody? 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I'd steal guns to if I got that kind of threat what What kind of man do you think I am? I've had a look around today lack. I've seen what they live in. Seeing what they eat. I know what kind of man you are I do my job I keep in place around an agency with a strong hand because that's the only thing they can understand but I've never told them I intended to take their children. Now you can believe latter enough got all the foodstuffs locked up tight now have you all of it? You can go around exchanging on their pledges with them if you WANNA captain given your word on this and that. But I, keep their food forum. At something, I understand you're wrong lack. No Man understands of Asian I'll say good night to captain and sleep well, Mr lack off. We kept our eye on the logic until sundown sir. No sign of the guns. Have until morning I hope they give them voluntarily so do I Love you don't need me anymore I guess I'll turn to get a good night's sleep Mr, Sabbath. Tomorrow, stands a chance of being quite a day around here. I know Niger. Mr Simon. Over here captain. Lack I hope the Pampa didn't start you. Wanted to get your attention. You got it man. I think we can talk better in the supply store. Mr. Lack. Knew I'd come here. He'd. Please captain. We don't dare light the lamp wherever you say man. I'm so much to blame captain. I want you to know I know that now but At first I thought it was only right. After so much wrong captain I thought. and Mr Lax not easy to talk to his never easy. Whatever you did MRS lack. I can believe you thought it was right. It's kind. Kind. I'm not good with talk I think a lot but I never say never dare say Mr Lack is one listen. I guess I didn't make the Indians understand. Me Will did you tell them about the school just women of course, the squaws? They're all I see really in the laundry mostly Mr Lack never comes there and sometimes we talk about the school. I thought if they couldn't see any hope for themselves here that it would mean something to think their children would have a better chance. I told them maybe we could start a school. And they took it. You meant to take the kids from. I guess I just didn't say it very well. It was after that they took the guns. It's a terrible thing. I've done captain. Some terrible things have been done here man. But what you tried to do was. Find thing. Children. Their mothers, full hope. Woman. There anything no one her young habit better easier and. I don't know what possessed me speaking so free. Nothing wrong with speaking free. I'm a childless woman captain not. I'd best get back to mcquarters now I wanted you to know. Will it help? Your No. I think it will ms lack. Much obliged. I don't see the guns red deer. No guns. Bed Time to talk to you people. No. Good. I ask for your help red deer. Is this your engine? Can do nothing Mrs abbots yesterday he will direct a search of all lodges. All Buildings Housing Indians yes. Sir I'm starting to search with your large red deer would lead me to score in lot. I won't bother her. Divine. Something's agent. No Sir. Back to the matter is. We lost something. That Miller and Kincaid captain it was too sheepish to speak out till. Now during the night there rifles was took red deer you look captain you know fine. This Belong to school. So P- for but booze. Learn from white school is black white squall keep all things very clean. My scoresheet learn from her your pepper could learn from a too. If you let us start at school not take poppers from large you want him to grow up scared hate. The way you do. Use your ahead red deer a school in this agency might make a lot of things better. Not Take papooses from luck. We'll have a lot of talking to do later. Big Power Redman, white men, settlement things. You take so. No here. Let your squad took it didn't g from the supply store by the laundry. Not, know maybe took the guns to you know gun cup. was about. that. They're not lying around here. Anyway. Come on. Well people. Dick from larger. Why we're GONNA find those guns red deer. Red. Deer some sort of privileged character. Kevin is Dan surge in due time Mr lack. You'll conduct a search yourself capital, of course. Walk Right along with. All right. You Walk along with me but save you're talking for the Indian Commission. Major it will be sending one over as soon as it gets my report cap you'd have my job. You Bet I miss lack. You'll walk with his red do. This. RUNNING GOOD Many rivers. This. Gore. Overlook win. Yes sir. Sergeant walked toward US along that line. Take a good look. Yes sir. What is it captain? You didn't see Mr Lack I sean. We'll get them. Into quite a little do on their part. Yeah. A Lotta. Doing Sergeant. Go on Mr lack look again look close this time. The beads, the squads are wearing their shells cartridges. Man Leaning on canes only their gun barrels kids got arrowheads hanging from their belts and right along with them gun locks hammers. Humane. They took the guns apart they're wearing them. And if you're a smart lack, you'll ask to get relieved from your job before they put them back together. Fort Laramie is produced and directed by Norman macdonnell and stars Raymond Burr as leak wins captain of cavalry with Vic Perrin as Sergeant Gore's the script was specially written for Fort Laramie by Kathleen hite with sound patterns by Bill James and Tom Henley musical supervision by Amerigo. Marino. Featured in the cast where Joe's Kerns John Dinner and Visaginas Jack Moyle says Major David and Harry bartell is Lieutenant Cyber Dhs. program. dismissed. 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Regular sleeves brought to you transcribe by the Kraft Foods Company. Well, as you may remember, the Great Gildersleeve is taking his vacation from the water department on sort of the game here in day they're basis this summer. And the plan seems to be working out satisfactorily enough with the water commissioner but his nephew Leroy doesn't like the idea at on this bright August morning he has cornered his uncle in the living room to register mighty protests. Wrong. Stop Bellowing. What's a crying shame? Everybody else's gone someplace else was doing something. What are they doing for vacation sitting here? Like I'm a couple of bumps on a lot easier. That's not true. We've gone places this summer. We have I've taken my vacation today at a time when we've gone here and gone Here, and they're fine vacation. Well, we've had seven days altogether and I have seven days more to go. Yeah. I may take off a couple of days this week I vacation. Here. Day there. It's my good dinner one bite at a time and taken all day for it. It's called before you have finished forgotten what you've eaten or when you're still you're still hungry. Thermal Stop, shaking your finger in my face. You're not keeping your promise what prompts you. You're not keeping you made a former school L. Kid. Let. What are you said that this song we can get a lake and stay for a week. As you said, I said that we'll get a cabinet. Stay roaming those when you're very word when did I say on the? Line of the morning. Bernie, just ask Bernie. Say he could get a cabinet lake didn't he lashed wondering? Also going to. Say. All right. All right. I said we'd get Kevin, and that's what. I don't. For. All. GonNa Change Your mind now young young going back out certainly not there's one thing your uncle doesn't do my boys changes Mac. I would is my son you know that. But you read were Leroy I'll go go go go. That's. Wishy. Washy. No Sir wishy lashing go. Lobby sure. A few times when I say I'm going to do something I do. Make decision and stand by it. Planned filthy tomorrow rule just a minute. Thinking when you leave I voted the late. You won't be needing to that. We that's right. Give you a week off. Yes. They give me chances. Why is land golden. Filthy today. You tell me what you go. Needless guilty now start packing. Your paper. Market while I was eating breakfast. Yeah. Right between the Jelly and the surly. Pretty. Good Let's see. That's the cabin on lake furnished. Big trees good fishing thirty, five dollars a week thirty, five dollars a week. rant that's robbery but it's Not. I don't care how furnish. That's ridiculous. I'm boy let's not get carried away. Just because of the summer season, these Kevin People think they can put their rates sky high. By George, they may make pigeon out of somebody else. They're not gonNA snoopy your old uncle can tell you that. I didn't say that you're going to get a cab but this year I'm GonNa play it smart. Can't we just roy ways and getting things going out and throwing your money around? Success success. You've got to learn to use your head. shrew like me. We'll I mean? Why should I beg good money for a cabin on the lake PD has one. He never uses right on lake even as a boat. With a steamboat landing. Absolutely and he'll be glad to let us use it. I certainly. I need some guys. Anyway. I'll go down to the drugstore and ask him right now. How You see my by already this morning you've learned to. Always do what you say you gotTA DO NBC's. Sure teach me a Lotta. I just quit school and follow you around. For much on the large well I'm going in but out here. I ask him nothing. I may have to use diplomacy on and your league. If he thinks I want the cabin, he might get standoffish. I've got to make him force it on. Ebonite. I'll handle it. Okay. Do you D- name. First of all you give me a handful this guy. The fifteen sentence, fifteen centers today living it up a little are you? GonNa do. Wondering. Just put them on my bill man. You know I spend a lot of money with you everyone stadium. I spend money with you. You don't exactly give that waterway you know. He's going to be hard to handle. Going any place on you vacation this month. And Yeah I'm spending my vacation and the quietest place I can think oh For your home. is going to be away for week. An Nice idea. Thought Possible. You might be going up to your cabinet. No. Home. Yeah. I'm kind of looking around for a place to stay and spend a week sort of a cabin. On a Lake No, I noticed advertising paper. Prices. Pretty Steep. In fact, it occurred to me that maybe one of my very good friends some generous fellow offer. Let me use his Gavin. I'd been thinking in terms of Moose Lake. Moose Lake. It's nice. A tough customer is giving an inch. You didn't say you weren't gonNA use you. Have No fans right at the moment. The WHO DO I know? How to Cabinet Lake who depend the? Crown. Beating around the Bush. You don't want me to use your cabin come right out and say so. Anyway. We'll say something either way it doesn't matter to me I know dozens of people who'd be delighted to let me use. Your head because I like yours better. Yeah. better friend of mine. Look. I'm. Not. Being. Pushy but. Habat. You don't have to be diplomatic like I. Am just come right out and say, yes or no you know I can take no for an answer never taken in yeah. Well. Thank you can use the. How You would good friends. You hanging up on a nail right next to the fishbowl in the backroom. Accused inside the cabin. I do I get in, call any lingo. Key under the doormat. But score lives in an oak tree in front of the grace and every winter you take ski and put it up his nets definite tree. I figured it was easier time in new windows and Clementine. Thanks. We'll take good care of. And boat when I come back, I'll bring you a big fat back No. Adequate time. Thanks again. Saying a week. Probably. Get the cabin bet. Had to be very tactful about it but by shrewd maneuvering, I, swung the D.. Yeah you see gotTa Find Kevin doesn't Believe in the morning. Genius. Getting stuff together. I'M GONNA stop by Floyd's barber shop and pick up my boots bats. Don't get a haircut. Shave. rougher boy. Grizzled. On you a screwed. BACKROOM HEATING UP SOME GLUE Glue and one of my customers broke his mother. Shaving Mug. Oh. I'm up in the Chair Commission A lot of the haircut no nothing today I just stopped by to pick up my boots oh yeah them. Yeah. I'm pretty proud of myself as money. What'd you do off the Mayor Water? I just gave the leader I find object lesson intrude. But yeah, he was all fired up about running a tavern thirty, five dollars a week eight, the guy down to thirty. Certainly not I got the Kevin for nothing. Fast Talk TV and let him use his free. You can't get him any cheaper than that. How come you got? TV's cabin because he practically insisted that I take it. That's why. and. It's fine cabinet. It's okay. But you ought see ankles place but Eagle Lake. Now, there's a real layout. Well, there's nothing wrong with TV's place Sure. It's all right. But HENKEL's Kevin makes. TV's look like a chicken house. He's got everything in it. Big Fireplace Freezer Front porch right over the lake. You can sit in Iraq and chair and catch rock band. Sounds pretty good. Hey wait a minute. There's IT boy down the street. Hey Man Matter Flight. Can meet a friend of mine. This. Here's Mr Gildersleeve. Glad to meet you. Michigan's later ovoid buttons. Dad's been customers of mind from way back. I give buddies ducktail here. Hey, like that. Pretty classy. Sign it's just like a duck. In. Back. But I was telling the Commission about the layout you folks got up Eagle Lake Oh. Yeah. That's a sharp deal. Guess you folk spend a Lotta time up there? I. Kid not too much anymore too many pretty girls up there. This keeps you away. Yeah my mom decided it was dangerous. Those girls are walking around the beach all the time you know. Yeah and he gets my dad pretty confused. He keeps walking off the end of the dock all the time. Last time we were up there. He wondered why he couldn't stop the outboard motor. He had the road wound around MOM's head. That was the last time we were up there. You can see your mother's point of view. And your father's two moms or like it up, their dad does is well, well, I got a law. Graduate met you but. Okay but. He's the commission. If I'd known you looking for a place I got their cabin for you is your sounds better than O. Real establishment I think you could still get it. Right I gotta do is call Ed. Right Joe Johns, help something's coming up. I can get out of the the people in mind. I'll go ahead and tell them you wanna use the cap tell him the Water Commissioners Loyd I dunno commissioned the pressure's been pretty low lately. I. Just tell them. You're a friend of mine. All right. All right. I'll be along in a minute. I told glad to. Here, well, he says, if we catch any moves, we can give him was. Cut Off. Things have changed a little. We're not going to Moose Lake. Got A better. I'm getting a much nicer cabin up at Eagle Lake. Takes his play would be right. This one is betting a lactic. Oh, for Corn Sake we just went the cabinets advertise in the paper. No my boy. I told you this morning you've got to be smart. The better deal comes along takes a better deal. Abbott always do what you say. You're GonNa do and you tell me that. Burger Handy being better than. Just. An old fashioned saying there are times when the shrewd thing to do is to take the two in the bushes not. You leave the plan to meet. Growing up eagerly strictly first. Class. Gildersleeve. US. Crude operating. Great Gildersleeve we'll be back in just a minute. 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Get back to the Great Gildersleeve. After considerable effort the great man talk Mr into the use of his cabinet loose lake. was fine but then better proposition presented itself and even better cabinet easily this through friend of Floyd Munson. xlt. Now we find our water commissioner heading back to drugstore. Under holly explain this to be. Good. Tell him the truth. Not Going doing that. I'll. Have to be diplomats. OPB Man you back on any made a quick trip. No, we haven't exactly gone yet. Fact. Is a couple of unforeseen circumstances have come up and expected. Jane you're. Going well, either way. I got to thinking about TV decided they were just too much to ask even an old friend like you borrowing you're. Just as long as I know what you're going to do. Just that I don't like to impose on my friends. You never can tell what might happen. Leroy might put his flip through window or I, believe I speak to them. We're anybody. You probably have a lot of treasured personal belongings in the cabin. Something should be lost. I'd never forgive myself. You don't want to Gavin is not that I don't want to. Go ahead and go. TV stop being so bullheaded. I'm only thinking of you. I'm protecting your interest protecting me from me. I get out in the woods I'm dangerous. Rescue cabin completely Taking a chance be. Interested in. I'd rather give up the whole idea. Then run even the slightest risk losing your French. French. Apply ours to prices of thing that gambling. I much prefer to look forward to pleasant and ever happening companionship with my old friend Pete. Michigan. Whereas this other cabin that you look at. All. Fishing stuff very you can't carry it in a pie like that Leroy you gotTa. Get Boxer. Even Mukarram when we get up there will heave it out against. where? You going to get it so rough you never go find anything. A. Changing. It's all said. Erasers, Mr Winkle and I explained. to Mr Got Cabinet found a much better when. This is a veritable palace in the pines as mattresses on the beds outboard motor real class. Rough it. Rough don't worry. You can do the cooking. I. Don't think we should have stopped with Mr Pena. Kevin. Stopped being shortsighted. Just because you had a ham sandwich, would you refuse a whole ham? We're catching this. What's going on your Leroy? Offer leak going up to a beautiful cabin on eagerly. Oh, wonderful. At least we think we're going exchange exchanging his mind so fast whenever you're literally not changing my mind simply because I found a better place, probably the nicest Kevin and the whole area whose Kevin is it as. Bad Everything Beautiful Stock Oh, ankle place. I've been up there. All right. What do you mean? All right. Well, clean. Why didn't you tell me you? We're looking for a cabin on the I could have gotten a Johnson's planes Jackson's Oh for corn. Realized Stop Grumbling. Johnson place like Oh. Gorgeous. It's a summer home electric kitchen air conditioning beautiful speedboat who Don't interrupt I'm thinking why don't we? Advertised in the paper. My that Johnson plays sounds pretty good. I've never driven one of those people. Yeah. But that's really something. Changing your mind again. I'm not changing my mind. I'm just using strategy. That's all I'll be back in a minute. I'll be back in a minute. So I wonder what the Great Gildersleeve has up his sleeve now August Twelfth Nineteen fifty-three Willard Waterman is the great guilder sleep the conclusion in four minutes. I'm Wyatt Cocks this is classic Radio Theatre. Worried about keeping up with your friends all summer or posting every perfectly pink sunset. You see tone sweat connect. 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Data speed limited to three megabits per second cricket may slow speeds when the network is busy additional fees, usage and restrictions apply. Thank you for tuning into Classic Radio Theatre here on your favorite station. Willard Waterman took on the role of the Great Gildersleeve after Herald. Perry, signed on with CBS in the big talent raids in nineteen fifty thinking that the kraft food company would move over to CBS with Perry. They didn't. They brought in Willard Waterman who sounds a lot like Herald Perry. But didn't have quite the same personality. Still the show carried on for another few years, and here's one of the shows they did in the summer months when most shows were taking time off transcription was wonderful thing. August Twelfth Nineteen, fifty-three, the conclusion now the great guilder sleep. Flying High Commission, already ready to take off for Legal Lake. Royd. Old Friend. Something has come up. Yeah. Yeah. I got to take. Its responsibility taking over somebody else's expensive cabin. Don't worry about it was a good friend of mine I've been cutting his hair for years. That's just it floyd I want you to keep on cutting his hair. What are you getting that commission I just don't want to take the responsibility for. Something should happen if we should not go hole in the speed voters. Yeah, I mean the outboard yeah. One little mistake and you lose a friend a good customer. And I never forgive myself. You mean, you're not taking the place doors not that I don't want to flight. I'm just thinking of you and your customers. It's your livelihood. And as much as I'd like to use ankles Kevin I just can't bring myself to risk. Okay. Yeah. I appreciate their offered deeply. I value our friendship too. I wouldn't have anything destroyed wrenching. Absolutely not. And Nash but. Who's playing online now? You too suspicious -vivor. Whereas will go leroy to. Barbershop well, everything's perfect. You gotTa have not a place to go. Yeah What are we doing now we're doing this route thing. Leroy going to Johnson summer home. We might as well. This is better than any hotel in town. You can drive the speed speedboats air conditioning where we start out with I'm just said. No we got a production you. Going strictly first class. George I can see myself sitting on the Veranda the Johnson. Summer State. Big Cigar. Waving to the. They by I think already guilty WANNA put them in the car I don't know. I mean not even take my car. He's pretty old. We get up there hitchhike. Certainly not. Going up there swanky place like the Johnsons I may rent a little better looking car. Convertible Nettie throw my golf clubs in the backseat. Other. Jonky, they are. Ready to go have a nice time. It's a good thing. You're going to the HENKEL's cabin on. was on the Johnsons. The made says they're up at their summer home. Up There We couldn't have gotten it anyway Zeke's. What's the matter? Dog Standing on the bridge when the bonus miles. Looked on. Reflection. Dog with a finger bone twenty, one and. One when you wind up with. All right. What are you talking about? Get home introducing my uncle Steve. Bones. With. Leroy that will do. You didn't give out the Henkel's cabin before you know. She did Oh, for Heaven's sakes why don't you? Never mind it's too late now. Leroy took. The paper cabins. Yes. Yes. Off, the phone right this way. I know where the phone is. Fine. All right. I'll call them up. What's the number? Four, seven six? I heard that number before. No No. Just sound. Like can dial any faster. Thirty. Five dollars a week Kevin. I wonder who this robbery. Each pharmacy. Again, in. Just thirty second. You like chicken salad. Then try this unusually delicious variation at drained canned pineapple chunks to it. It's wonderful and at least sure you're a pineapple chicken salad is at its best make it with a truly fine salad dressing. Miracle. 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But Abner, just having so much problems. Let's listen to this episode August Twelfth Nineteen Forty eight London Abner. What's going on down in Pine Ridge. Well, I'm still involved in the business of trying to get rid of all avenues possessions so that abner will be eligible to inherit the one hundred thousand dollars under the terms of the Donnelly will. As, we look at it on the little community. Today, we find abner in the John Downs door talking to love. Listen. Well Long I don't walk back hurt your feelings but if it's just the same, do you believe I'd rather look after my own trading from now or any? If you think you can do better than I've been doing he's all right with me well, now, the deal you make sound all right when you make them but Dan something always happened. Happened well, at a rate share going on ever will get broke steadily losing money. For Way, you're making more all the time why are done some pretty good trading what about that deal made with the? Boys when I swapped Cook Stoves well now that turned out. All right. But that's about the only one that did like that deal you made with them Gypsies for that Saddle Hor. Yeah but how was I going to know it was a stool horace news going to get two hundred and fifty dollars reward see that's just a trouble. That's what I say. Your deals just paint working out. Then pigeons you traded for yesterday was supposed to be homing pigeon there. They'll go right back to Willis I ever Nancy's place whenever you turn them loose or you won't have trouble getting to them. That's all you know about it I turn them loose this morning they circled around once or twice and made a beeline for a Willis's place. Sure are good. But at weren't long for here, they come back bringing old arrest a Willis's pigeons with them They've four hundred pigeons over my play well, now, wait a minute any such a bad idea after all wonder I never thought of that before myself. What you've got fina major eight them sure email you can. You just get shorter that much more money by feed from. And still pigeon vainqueurs. My place no, I don't make no difference. The pigeons belong to Willis all the two of them. Well, if that's the case at my workouts abandoning our that's trouble. You don't know when you're will don't know a good deal when you see it well, what about that? Two hundred and fifty dollars reward for finding that Horse Man I think I've got that worked out to just give me a little time. I don't think it's necessary for you to take any of that money at all I've already got it. To you wasn't the one that or to get that reward our What did you have to do with it? Cedric someone when after the Horse? Yeah. Well, he ought to get part of it. Well, I can't give no money away law that ain't giving it away and weren't coming to you in the first place it ought to be divided four ways. grand peppy spears is the one that discovered that the horse you had was that was told. He or to get part of it. Yeah and the sheriff and the county seat was the one that told grand theft to be on the lookout for us to Lahore. So he ought to get part of it. Yeah. Well now that's GRANDPAP. Anna Sheriff and Saturday but WHO's a fourth one Who Do you think to have a part of it? I don't know. Bam Gypsies, we got him from know who was the one that traded for the Horse in the first place I. Did you never done no such thing I traded frame sale. Trading for me. Yeah Divided up any way you want to and I don't care. I don't want on that long but I don't WanNa go again the rules again what rule now rule Joel Donnelley's well fi go again, lamb I won't get none of the money I call share about it and talk to him. I told him you never had nothing to do with getting a horseback and suggested we divided betwixt the rest of us and he thought it was a good Heidi. Do you think do it out breaking any of them rules? Why all right with me or hit can be well, I know it says I can't trade oursel- nothing to any mobbing associations and that's what you air. Feet long you being my partner. Hannah. downstairs. At three ways and give it to grant from Sadri can this year hobby that be better now for I don't want to take no chances. Well. Maybe that's going to work out alright after a leaning. Out Fine for everybody. But me here I am sitting around here. Martin I broke you might say and you're trying to lose money and I can't take advantage of it. Look like a shame. The He'd rather you'd get lots of others long but I tell you again I'll get that hundred thousand dollar inherit all see that you're took careful. Good. Very us our. Why didn't you say so long Same at first REC realize order myself. It'd be nice to see that I got what was coming to him and John Spatial after me helping out with your trading old. Natural on everyone dimension myself. At you. But I just made up my mind last night that you weren't going to have to spend the rest of your life and this soul store It's Monday night said, yeah. They're mighty of you. I was talking Elisabeth about after supper last night. Now she said if you could go some sideburns and shave off your mustache, she might give you a job Butlin for. Me a job doing. Being bumper she said, what's that out now she has a sister Simpson told her we ought to have one said they just sorta daughter on a place era waited on table set you that wait a minute. You mean, you want me to come over to your place and wait on the table well, no, no no not till I get the money you can't start to work law no and I want to start to work after you get the money either. You can tell Elisabeth. If she wants somebody to wait on the table, she can start looking summers else right now. You don't want the job. No I don't want the job Well, I told there's a best last night. I can't much thank you life at ninety for on. No wouldn't want to shave off your mustache. He's about a thousand other reasons along with it to. Suggested that, we just let you work around the place their chop the wood and put in a garden which is. Sort of a hard man Yeah. She lives there ain't going to do more work like that. When we get rid ain't that nice she mighty want you to do the milking look the chickens I don't know. About hard girl still when you inherit that hundred thousand dollars on account as being fit your friends. You're gonNA give me a job as a hard and on your place. Yeah. Let's mighty nicer. Matching but I think I'll just stay with the store business. I've when you said he's going to see that I took care of that human. Well at you. Nothing. I said nothing don't. Go. I was trying to help you qualify yourself for that in here thinking that. Well, I-. I reckon you on a way for me to make anything out of these these for me and new unsolved partnerships. In Yeah I think the best thing for me to do is to sell my half interest in the store here. So I can get in on some of these royal trade you're making what you have to sell your half antitrust store her I can't trade with US long as I'm in business with you says Oh right in the wheel at letter from the lawyers. Why don't you let Moussaoui my anti-trust I've got to get shot of it anyway why shore Granny's didn't you think this before? have been the first thing we traded off for. Not. GonNa Got Your House and everything else you've been trading off could. Is I don't know what I've been thinking about our to be bored for the samples who you reckon you could sell it. Well, how about grandpappy spheres? He's got some money now you so let land as far for two thousand dollars make no difference how much money they don't Wanna ask her who for no way? No try and whilst I liked Grand Pepe right I don't much think I'd like to be in partners with him. He's sort of childish. You know I'd have sit around here neum remotely. That's right. Yeah. I don't believe he's the right one. Let's see about how about fabric? Oh, no couldn't put no dependents in him. I'd be period to grow up and leave the store with him in it. Yeah. Well, how about they cuddled them? Dick's gotTA store. He wouldn't WANNA be running competitions to sale. No no I cannot. That's right. My place to tell you who to sell it to sell it to whoever you want to. I'm a good in my she just walked out that front door and sell it to the first feller on me. Well now, wait a minute. Am I won't just anybody you happen to meet for a business partner, but you want to get in on some of these good trades on making. Don't you? Yeah. Well, as long as I'm your partner, you can't do it. So now can you think of another way to on partnership of maybe I could buy them a seller. Can do that meet again no of course not no, this is the way to do it long. We'll just walk right out here in a first phenomenon is your new partner well yeah, but. Gosh, what's the matter? Now? What if it should be something woman? I don't know what's. Feller that's more ruling. Yes. Sure. That's just what to. Sell it to that I fell and I'll meet for ten dollars on. Let's get out of here and you know. You're crazy way to sally that I recognise. Quicker I'll get it sold click even do some training with. Though but somebody I like. L. On. Oh my goodness squire scheme. That he along there, your new partner. owner. Well Squire actually going to be Lum's new business partner. What will that do to the down store and walk will do Um. Oh my gosh. This could be really bizarre. This sneaky snake in town partnered with Lum Edwards. Go figure. Originally. 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Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent dragnet. This is classic Radio Theater Guy Brought. Communist. Light so Everybody. Now. Here's your host why it talks. With don't whisper. Show originally broadcast August Twelfth Nineteen fifty one quite the promise that you will hear in the opening of the show. Hello though. Manager. Own Contract. Handy. Manager. You'll persuade about low. Drag and Mine Ahn's contract. What below refuses you will persuade damn. It is your responsibility. He will not. Presenting the whisper starring Carlton. Young. A brilliant man ballooning his voice in an accident which crushed his vocal cards worked his way deep within the crime syndicate to help destroy from within the underworld has the major rattling. Here's the voice of authority to be obeyed without question. and. America live surgery performed by Dr, Benjamin Lee restored is natural voice and labeling him to resume his real identity. Now, as Philip Gault aggressive young attorney skirts the thin edge of death living is dual role or as the West. It sets in motion the forces of the syndicate in central city. Then Philip Gault uses his knowledge to fight the Organized Network of crime which seeks to control the fate of millions in cities and towns across the nation. WHO Now Philip Galls oak-panelled law as we find him at the telephone speaking in the voice of the whisper making report to a superior in the syndicate in new. York. Given instruction. Later. Wasn't that pretty heavy rain I just pick it. was well under ordinary circumstances. When you give out with that horrible voice of your Egos, you instruct someone to kill someone and and then you have to break your neck stop the killing you started in the first place. In the second place, we'd Syndicate starts if I anyway, our whole evening is ruined. Okay. So tonight I know this, you didn't give instructions to have anybody killed or go. That means you don't have to involve yourself in that horrible thing to get business and you can devote your full attention to paying attention to me but. It you'll be a pleasure. Oh. What's the matter you agree with me? You've got that backwards. It's not don't you. Always it's always don't. You, know what I was thinking said I know a place where we can have a nice leisurely dinner look flee into each other's eyes over coffee with soft music in the background. And then emerge into the evening in search of entertainment. Nothing to get bitten at all. Nothing pressing. Relax Sweetheart. You won't be digest your food properly if you don't. been a long. Since, we had an evening like this I think I'm going to come along and spoil it nothing can. Only this thing tonight with Jordan. I would this be interested in buying out of fighters contrary I don't know I, don't want to think about it. Look at that. Lovely. Of course it's the fight game. Fighting's been a source of income for gamblers tout's and fixes almost boxing took up the markets, the queensberry rules lovely monkfish what is You haven't been listening to every word. Now as soon as you put away that lipstick, sally forth and fight of some entertainment. Any idea what kind is a show that circle got wonderful review as a matter of fact, I have an idea. Dialing don't tell me and it being surprise. Knockout in it because Sullivan's knees buckling and they're at. The middle and upper speckling the. His Brian. S. Stopping. CARE. Nothing great high. Entertainment. At noon on. Saturday you. With your plan I didn't have any plans. Tight as won't take five minutes. Feel where are you going back to the dressing rooms? I want to speak to managing Oh. And I don't want to push so much. This boy is accountable. So he doesn't lead. He wakes you'd open up on any counters. Yeah. What is my name is gone Now what kind of brains you've got golf kids going out there and a few minutes I didn't know you were giving him last minute of the structures. Multiple with them anyway he muscles rippling. Over here. We can talk for a couple of minutes. I. Guess he's coming coming not up there yet coming. If, I can get them fights. Why can't gangsters and trying to take over the fight game sunny lay down relax. Gangsters. To do with your face looking like in an argument with the buzzed. You're not so dumb God. But I don't understand why anybody beat you up or better. You don't understand do point. Well I. was wondering if kid Noonan's up for sale, util me to what wanting to buy the kid Who else wanted to buy a guy who wouldn't take no for an answer and then gave me this going over where there was still no, they him and to you the kid is my boy I'm keeping them. By can figure a way to get some Feis. You don't know this gangster now. Called himself by some name. Smitty tell you anything. Like a fighter with both eyes closed in there swinging against the champ. This smitty said he was representing someone else but certain group is the way he put it. But I know who that certain group is these gangsters the syndicate sunny they've been trying to buy their way into the fight game for months. To rig the betting things like that you're getting the idea control Lewin's what fight who gets the big buildup a chance, and they're forcing you to sell by making temporary. They got fights sure if I can't get fights for my boy, what good is he didn't I might as well. How do they go about keeping you forgetting matches. Getting the right fights range for your boy ain't easy in the first place you got to pick your spots. See comes along gradually doesn't get in over his head. But my boy happens to have a good right hand and a lot of fighters don't want to get in the ring with them Ritu just just partly sunny together madge I gotta go through a promoter. Somebody who is the hall arranges for the Promotion Selling tickets publicity. Well. I'm having trouble with the promoters likely to your mean promoters are playing along with this the syndicate you mentioned maybe playing along maybe being forced to play along. Have you taken this up with the boxing commission? What use? What are they gonNA do about it look I gotta take my boy off on now. Maybe as last fight for a long time suppose I, take it up with a boxing commission. You'll. Go ahead. Fellow by the name of Jordan's your Best Bet Jordan yeah. I might. I might as a lawyer, be able to get kid newnan some fights. You can try. I'll give you a list of the boys I'd like to match him with. If you do. If I do I'll buy your tickets to the kids bikes for the next ten years. Fighter. Is Right hand. Johnson respect for. The. End of the first round. Here's a word about. Nice shoulder done kid newnan seems to have a lot of promise. Doesn't he promised me something and time in order to be a shame user in boxing suddenly cut off wouldn't it? You mean? The kids in the middle. Between the frying pan on the fire. Because of Corky. contract. The kid won't be able to get any fights that the syndicate does by them. It'll be for their own purposes, next fights, phonies gambling. Booze Nice. Can you do about it stick my nose in his Miller anyway well, here comes a second round and the second round they come out of their corners meeting. Time. Now he's all the time in the loan everyday. Having pick up the count in. Heaven Eight. Nine and I want to see someone indicate business on my own. I WANNA find out about a man named Jordan was on the boxing commission. About keeping kid Newnan from getting fights. Ellen. This fellow Jordan I called up and I use the whisperers voice to get instruction. cocky balloon told the man to see on the boxing commission is named Jordan to Oh. COULD BE I don't know. President lighter sweetheart. Oh No I don't. I just want a cigarette. Here take out of my jacket pocket lighter for me with him. Not that case, put it back there's an open package of cigarettes in my pocket. L., and don't press that. Catch the cases loaded with wind up exposed to blow this kingdom come not put it back in my pocket. Interesting other. Kind of deadly gadget just slip it back. Easy. That's fine. What do you expect to do with? Your can never tell when a situation come up demand a little subtleties. For the miniature atom bomb on your. Cigarette thanksgiving. Slap happy gadget hair. I'll deliver you right to our destination. Here we are. Pleased on bird Mr joins attention while I'm talking to her. Attention being so ravishing. It's a pleasure to meet you. For. Me Just deliver pet your beautiful omitted going back you. Commissioner a good job. Job No fee involved at all. I've been lucky night. Oh, you pick the right father left to the. was to go. She is priceless rocky telling you i. hear what He's worth. Tell me what you have a drink scotch by but. Not For me. Myself Excuse me certainly. Him. I, recognize his voice the when I spoke to on the phone. Now what can I do? Frankly Mr Jordan nine here on serious business business that you might not like I'm an attorney. Client who thinks he's being damaged. We'll have I damaged indirectly. Perhaps that's what I'm here to find out. My client's name is corky below the fight manager. Yes he manages a boy called. Called Noonan. Yes. No good fight to go places. That's just Mr Jordan he's not likely to go places at all. Corky can't get a fight for them. This one was the last two range. That's odd. The other fighters afraid of it perhaps, and perhaps the no promoter wants to arrange for him. Mr Jordan I think it's possible. I may be able to find some kind of monopolistic policy which the courts would frown on. That's odd thought. I don't know why their monopolies in commerce and Industry I got to monopolies in boxing while I'm not a lawyer I am who I wanted to ask you why kid doing and can't get any fights in this time. Well frankly Mr Golic I don't know. I see I love I've look into it if I mean certainly and I'll call you in the morning must've? Good. Evening Solace. Was a pleasure media. I don't believe it really was that Mr. Jordan. Next up in any way with the syndicate Jordan I gave instructions to is the one who told someone the name is smitty to buy kid Noonan's contract corky. Balu. When corky wouldn't? gave him a terrible beating moving he McCain one of their syndicate tied killer from out of town sent here to work on this job with Jordan. Jordan. Come on with May. I WANNA make phone call to New York. Ellen. got. Through, you can fit in here with me I feel gone I'd love to try. And he just got my instructions from New York. To pass the mind Nice. Mr Jordan. How much you can take a woman's intuition. 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Now, we the other one who always puts his in it passing along those has horrible instruction right back at the starting point. Jordan will tell US Smitty to kill. Karki blue. But WHO IS SMITTY? What does he looked? At the same has but in this case, we got a lead well. That's right. Training Camp Clarke's fighters. It probably get back there late tonight early tomorrow Jordan will pass down his information to Smitty. Asked about you have to work tomorrow then I have to dock delays in Philadelphia and medical convention and they all close to hold as. Well. It's a long grueling strength than. Love Trent and Phil Jordan is slimy I don't just plain old hate him. I. Lo- them know what you mean but don't let your emotions carry away something i. wished would happen to you. Here you take me out for an evening, drive me home I invite you in and what do you do? Make love to me tell me what your emotions are doing to you know. No. No come here. Well, she put it like how? The syndicate works in many ways and this was a new one, even the field goal daily of. With ramified network operating at top efficiency air trying to gain control of a large block of the fighting interest throughout the nation with one tentacle of the giant Octopus reaching into central city. After good dwelling drove actor was apartment trying to figure out how could put a stop to the syndicates plans Darts morning he fell into a restless sleep. Hello. Speaking. As you did your mud. Off. WHO said? I, was good. Got Some measure for. Half Hour. Right. After August. There's always an explanation for everything you're referring to him as that's right. The answer is that there are only two three fighters will take a chance with him in the ring a decimal and have a list somewhere in my pocket cartoon below. Here, it is. How may I certainly, those are the fighters Quirky liked to have noon and fight. And none of them are available I was quick checking you did. Jordan. Oh, well, it's my business got when I undertook to become a member of the Commission I decided, I do the best job I could call the best interests of boxing. Wish more of our public servants had that kind of outlook. Yes. I spoke to two promoters this morning both of them have a peculiar attitude about. what's that? They don't want to do business with Corky Balu any particular reason they both said, he was difficult to deal with and they just as soon card with fighters not managed by him. So there are two reasons why get new and won't be able to get fights no fighters available and the promoters won't play with Corky. That's a double squeezed Jordan. You'll have a gold call wants to fight with the marking says the kids not ready for the champion. And there's nothing else I can tell you. You can see there is no indication of a black ball How did you say it monopolistic practices? It's a pretty quick whitewash. Jordan the thanks for the promptness anyway not. 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It's getting more and more complicated and if I don't spot smitty I, don't know how to stop this thing. And I did make a phone call non indicate to a friend of yours mine. Well, he was much more attractive to US anyways to me at Tommy Farrell reporter you remember him or you're not you're not going. To problems we have sweetheart and that's get started along dog. I know one thing. That's right and the second is what's to become a kid newman I gotta get fights. Police succeed in Saving Karki Syndicate doesn't forget and the Syndicate won't give up its plans to get their hands on kid Noonan's contract. publicly sweetheart if the payments make enough noise about a fight or not being allowed to fight and the syndicate long press, they can't the way they operate it's always got to be undercover. Anything to I, he wants to make sure what I told him. The truth is flying out the Rosedale Lake this afternoon. At one of his thousands helicopter whenever he needs it. Oh. Guiding doesn't it? Are you enjoying the Dr Phil at what we're dining toy and I'm not enjoying? A Beautiful. Let at. The lawn. and. Clean the hotel. We'll drive around the back. On Gym bags. Of these here though. They have about some much in the hotel and then we'll look up. You'll be as we had the syndicate doesn't make mistakes they said he'd be here. Finished with lunch finished, then we'll ask around. The kind of guy wouldn't pass up Johnny Johnny barrel. Just, get in. I don't you look like the cat that Canary. You hit bottom canary was chicken Vicki and very good to both helping lunch with bill I never know golly dinner at a reasonable or of you'll eat it all from what I can gather. Gizmo with Corky, blue your things urging hanging around here for where should I hang around is bungalow Bangalore doesn't live here in the hotel course nine Oh, I forgot you wouldn't know me I've been up here. So many times the woods are like brothers to me. We'd better hurry. Booze you are a film. Can undertake with L. Fine. Just what I was going to say, no, you're not getting away like that field goals we're coming along I've Tommy has to show you what let's go. You didn't see Corky last night. Is Face was a mess going over because he wouldn't sell a kid. Now if I the ones that want by going to stop with a beating. Syndicate right. Ellen y'all. How We nearest place valve pretty close. Moving into the boxing racket already moved in. kind of smell that here and there smell worse. The only thing that can help us publicity lots of it I'm your boy. Oh through that brush over there. Right. A couple more bungalows father on but this is the one court he uses himself. We don't see any signs of them. That's win series round. I'm an. Ally said come in. I never thought I'd be able to do. He took his eyes off me. He didn't know I had a gun. I got late last night or take it easy card ticket. Easy. What was going on? down. It was gonNA take to the lake shooting Nice business because I wouldn't. Gets contract. And it looks like tag another story for me go. Low Coffee. I knew what was coming that's why I came up here. Along. You'll call dropped the gun. So, this trip you mentioned, Jordan that's right. What are you doing here? Golf cocky is my client remember. And how did you know what was going to happen? I wasn't hard to figure Jordan not after the beating took yesterday that's beginning to look to me like you and you quite a bit of a deal. On the whole thing. I've been investigating someone wanted to buy you up. Smith, he was representing someone else. Right maybe it was called here. He did say something about you say you never know who you can trust cookie. Wouldn't use that. If the tables were turned involved had this gun. He'd shoot all of us I don't think. So Jordan. I seem to remember your face. You Tommy Farrell. Oh. Yes. Newspaper Man. Newspaperman, knows a story when he sees a Jordan. Gunman here. I didn't know him. You know his name. Must have slipped out so you can drop the act joined. We all know what you are and who you work for. That's a shame especially from Norris here. I'd really grown quite fond of her. She has an unusual wit touches a responsive chord. All right now stand up cock. Sure sure to get hands out of your pocket of going for a cigarette. Do you mind where you want needed come now joined the condemned man is always granted a last request certain limits to pass them around like of course, we want you to. Catch on this cigarette cases sometimes hard to reveal. No. John Mina. Difference dynamite Jordan's gun just as well this. Okay. cokie still. I Shot A. Good job to caulking he's dead. It's But Sweet I. Mean we're going to catch him. Let me you were going to, of course we. Never get with a woman who scream at. That this be a lesson to. Loud with cigarette you. Thank. You. Raise a commotion in case I needed one. cocky. I never even shot a gun before today. Complete one they do nothing it was self-defence. Corky. I'll call them corky. Are you coming into central city zoom? About driving my car down for me I'm GonNa find out what a helicopter ride is like. They won't be able to keep from getting fights now that when every newspaper in the country exposes the syndicate moving in again, that's what I thought. You man heavy appoints after all. Clue. Up here in the clouds there only to don't be bashful. Anything you want to tell me in front of Ellen getting a little airsick go the gland to drop you off anywhere. No. No. By spare parachute I wouldn't think of taking bell goes. Ellen had to get out and. Keep it up boys. Vigliotti goat is only one thing that makes pay sick. So close deal orioles elevated his. Like that the Gweat cake that was a psychological guide to now would that make it a psychological k. o our that does Ellen you can use that parachute anytime. I. Murder Of. Blue. Jr. Mantis many. I check far further instruction. 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So with a nod to the young in heart spirit of granny rice I once again opened the book and take up the narrative in first person. There aren't any iron men left in sport today, but then he yesterday, there weren't any Roger Bannister's John Lundy are west Santiz either the old time iron man has been replaced by the modern specialist in business as well as sports. The age of the iron man was largely from another era and I knew my share of them. If ty COBB wasn't an iron man who was tie traveled at top speed on a pair of fairly thin legs for twenty four years, he hunted all winter and he played baseball all spring and summer he played in more than three thousand ball games and he scored over four thousand runs always in rapid action. If cy young wasn't an iron man who was. Left a small farm in Ohio in eighteen, ninety four. Is, square name was Denton. But after he had been given a tryout and had knocked the boards right out of the backstop with his high hard one one critic said it looked as if a cyclone had hit the place. After that, it was no longer denton young but cy for cyclone young. And size first game he shut out Chicago three to nothing. Then one more games five, hundred eleven than most pitchers ever pitched. Through more than hundred ballgames in both leagues and finally retired when the kid named Grover Cleveland Alexander beat him one to nothing in one thousand, nine, hundred eleven. Bob Fitzsimmons had a large vein of iron ore in his system. He was born in Cornwall England in eighteen sixty to eighteen years before I arrived on this planet. Began fighting bows at eighteen and didn't stop until he was fifty two. Never. More than an overgrown middleweight himself fits won the heavyweight crown from James J carpet at Carson City Nevada when he was thirty five. Bill Tilden certainly had an overdose of iron content to play the brand of Tennessee featured for thirty years. And other Iron Man Jack Quinn was in the majors from nineteen o nine through nineteen thirty three and was pitching big league ball at forty seven, his reason, a wife and six kids. Willie hoppy and championship billiards since one, thousand, nine, hundred eight is another amazing mixture of stamina and hairline skill. Having amassed fifty one world titles Willie recently estimated he'd spent more than one hundred thousand hours over the billiard tables and had walked some twenty six thousand miles in fifty nine years of chasing acute ball. There were wrestlers and bike riders, Strangler Lewis and Frank Kramer yes and Reggie McNamara the cyclist. Indefinitely, despite hundreds of crack-ups on the velodromes around the world, but there are two iron men who are especially close friends. One was a baseball player, the other a football player their names were Lou. GEHRIG and Pudge Heffelfinger. Both were physical giants. Lou GEHRIG was slightly over six feet, and well over two hundred pounds. He was perfectly built for power bowl throated and bear of arm. The. First Time I ever saw Gehrig was on a Thanksgiving afternoon in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two, New, York Columbia, was playing Colgate I've brought Dick Harlow Coal gapes famous coach home with me after the game. Colgate with Eddie try on it as best had murdered the. Lions. But there was a Columbia back who also impressed Dick he was a young giant named Gehrig about midway and the stampede his right collarbone. He finished the game with a useless right arm and shoulder, but he stuck to his job. When I saw garry again, he was a ball player for the new. York. Yankees Wally PIP was hurt one day in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five, and Gary moved into first base that was pips last appearance as a Yankee. Gary finally retired after eight games in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, nine, he had played two thousand and one hundred and thirty consecutive games over a period of fifteen years without missing his appointment at first base. When I played golf with Babe Ruth years ago we often stopped by to pick up Lou. He followed us around the course, but he wouldn't play. He had an idea at the baseball swing the golf swing two dissimilar that golf was banned for baseball. One. Morning I dropped the ball and handed him ruth mid iron. He took a smooth easy swing and hit a perfect shot out some two hundred yards. I couldn't get him to hit another. It was the same with hunting Lou enjoyed hiking along for company, but he wouldn't shoot anything I just can't kill. He told me. To gehrig a quail duck or a dove was a beautiful bird. Fella he was tremendously powerful, but as gentle as a child. If Lou headman struck down almost in his prime he might have carried his mark three thousand consecutive games for he never caught into an injury or illness Lou somehow struggled through eight games of the thirty nine schedule before he went to manager Joe McCarthy Hotel Room in Detroit and quietly put down his glove. After two, thousand, one, hundred and thirty consecutive games. The Ironhorse at thirty six years of age had completed its final run two years later in June nineteen forty, one loop passed away with the passing of and Ruth in seven years I lost to irreplaceable 's the other iron man was a football player known as William W pudge Heffelfinger born and reared in Minneapolis. Pudge was on Walter Camp's all American teams of eighteen, eighty, nine, eighteen, ninety, and eighteen ninety one. He was another giant better than six feet in some one, hundred ninety pounds but he was faster than most halfbacks. Years later when pudge pushed about two hundred and thirty pounds but remained hard as granite he became a walking legend of Yale football. When you looked at Pudge, you almost expected to see in the background, the mystic figures of John L Sullivan, Pop Anson snapper, Garrison Harry, Vardon Barney, Oldfield, and other unbelievable of the bygone sports era. Joe Williams. One said that he had heard and read so much about pudge that he actually met him. He was the old boy never existed. Around nineteen, fifteen after practice one day. Walter Camp Than Yale's coach called Pudge to one side and said. The trouble with you is that you play only one way you are a fine guard but remember there are at least two ways to play your position. I began to study things in practice on students related pudge. They soon began to run when they saw me ten days. Later I told Camp I had followed his advice, and now I had six different ways to play guard. Heffelfinger was undoubtedly the first of the running guards. I mean the pull out and leave the interference type. He was a terrific blocker. When. Pledge was forty three or forty four he returned to Yale for several days tad. Jones was the coach. pudge lined up with the scrubs much against Tad's wishes. He was afraid of four playing against twenty year olds might be hurt. That was an historic afternoon when the scrubs got the ball pudge turn to jess spalding second team halfback and said Jess follow me. I followed him related spalding I also ran fifty five yards for a touchdown with at least four tacklers sprawled out on the field. Every man pudge hit was flattened. Heffelfinger was a bit sore about that scrimmage. You know grandy said, they said I broke a couple of blacks ribs. I didn't I happened to bump into him and drove him into black. The collision occurred just a week before the Princeton game and two weeks before the Harvard game it marked the last time Heffelfinger was allowed on Yale field and a football suit. When pudge was fifty two, he played in a professional charity game at Columbus Ohio Beau McMillan Fame Center college hero, and later a fine coach was quarterback. Before the game, pudge somehow dislocated his shoulder but twisted it and jerk did until the shoulder snap back Macmillan told me they didn't think pudge would last five minutes. Heffelfinger played fifty four minutes that game related McMillan him fifty three and me twenty two he played one of the best games at Guard I ever saw. Charlie before his death at blessing Texas in the spring of Nineteen. Fifty four pudge was in the York for a touchdown club dinner and an award. I remember him saying. Grant, it's fun to look back on a half century of football plane but I'm reconciled to a seat in the stadium now even if it's not on the fifty yard line I know folks say I never outgrew a campus hero complex but at least they know I never arrested on my oars I stood up to them all for three generations. That night I toasted pudge with these lines. As. We them over in the big corral as the years March by as they rise and fall. Here's two big PUDGE, my pick and my pal, the greatest Roman of them all. Right up to the end pudge heffelfinger carried into life's battle all the enthusiasm of a rookie. That close the book on another chapter from the grantland rice story, the Tomb, all the shouting until next we meet this is Jimmy powers transcribed saying to you the best of the bestest syndicated by NBC August Twelfth Nineteen Fifty Five, the Grantland Ri- story on Classic Radio Theater, and you can visit my website. 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We're GONNA, take his call without screening here just because while he's a guest I, took him last night at work. He was expected here. Brock are you with us? I am I am can you hear me? We got to allow Dr. Brock. Pierce is with us here from Brock Dot vote Brockway. You appeared on episode of Free Talk Live from some bitcoin conference or another three S D three. Okay. That was a while back and so it's been a little while we heard the news that you were running for president. This is talked about it a few times now. Yup, and normally we don't have politicians on the show. So it's unusual that we would actually have any politician on like you're in the ranks of Ron Paul here. There really aren't any other politicians we've ever had on the show just I'm not trying to have on show Jorgensen true I forgot about her yeah, we did have to but. With the exception of like some Pretty Libertarian folks. We don't we don't bring politicians on here. So I want to welcome you back to freetalklive. Thank you. Well. Thank you for having me back and I guess, as someone running for for office the fact that I've already been on before hopefully qualifies me it's helpful say. You're here. So you're obviously qualified. A bitcoin person, that's where we I ran into you were I would say probably somewhat of an early adopter in the world of crypto currency, some people may remember your name from some classic movies from yesteryear. But these days you're you're in the world of Bitcoin and apparently running for president what was it that motivated you Brooke Well. There's a bunch of reasons, but I'd say really just being concerned about the. Really the state of the world today I look around and I am very worried about our collective future. I'm a father of two young girls and so that. Just wondering what kind of world is going to be left behind for them and what kind of world will there be for the generations that follow if there will be any world at all and so that's a big motivation for me. We have as a number of sort of existential Transall focus on color the technology one's. Technology is changing the world is changing world rapidly and I am watching regulators. Make decisions. I don't know if you saw what happened today but the CEO Uber announced they might be shutting down. In the in the state of California excellent. I'm glad to hear that because we're actually going to cover that story tonight and I hadn't heard the update. Yeah, well, I mean the CEO announced that they may be shutting down in California. The Hat, bow? Yeah they have to. Yeah I mean it's the but this is a as someone in call it the bitcoin space in the CRYPTO and blockchain space. Technology is changing the world rapidly -Ture and we need leadership that actually understands what's happening that can bridge the gap to allow innovation to occur to allow innovation to flourish and what you're seeing in California there is an example of something that is stifling innovation and it will push that innovation away. I think that we're living through the fourth industrial revolution and I would like to see America. As a beneficiary of this change, we are historically, we've been the capital of innovation I believe we have the choices are as to stay. And And decisions that are being made by our government and regulators that may be overstepping. Based upon call it old systems, incumbent players lobbyists is. Is Not going to serve our collective future. Okay. So, let's create a potential future here brock gets elected and we can talk about how that's even going to be possible because that's a big challenge for an independent candidate but let's just say you you go ahead and you get elected there's an amazing sea change actually pay attention to. Cutting down and we get the last. Yeah. We get, we actually get a bitcoin her in public office in the most powerful position in all the federal government and New Hampshire passes, which is where we live. By the way we're here in keene new, Hampshire was southwest corner of New Hampshire the state of New Hampshire comes forward with a constitutional amendment to withdraw from the United States. What is Brock Pierce? To See, have to have to say about that. Well it's. It's an interesting one. So clearly, I've been on the the front lines focused on how do we Bill Distributor? Decentralized Systems. Which means that I? Think it's important that we decentralize. It's less about centralized control command and control were seeing that it's not a resilient architecture. You know we look at these risks around our energy grids today and a host of issues that we're seeing and so generally speaking I believe in. Giving more power to the. Local Government in and the state government and then. At least all at a federal level is just philosophically where I come from in terms of. Succession from the United States I guess the question is, when are we talking in the next term or are we talking twenty twenty four to twenty the eight? Never you're in office. I mean let's say effective immediately as soon as possible. Yeah. No, it's it's it's an interesting. Discussion I mean clearly Tim. Draper has publicly endorsed me. Tim Draper I don't know if you've. Guy Right in the tech World Crypto Tech. Yeah. Yeah he's at the draper family has probably done more in three generations of supporting entrepreneurs and innovation than any other family certainly in terms of visibly. Probably, the main supporters of the American dream. and. So and quite a bit internationally big Bitcoin and da he's endorsed, but he put forward a proposal to. Break California up. He's he's been putting forth a bunch of these big bold ideas and so what I what I would say is I don't have the answers to everything but I'm always interested in having that conversation about why I'm I'm open-minded right? I'm I'm willing to suspend you know belief I. Don't look I'm not limited by the status quo and that's a pretty good political answer to the question Bronco I'll give you credit for that but here's how I'd answer the way you look at here's the way you look at it. Please tell me tell me what you think. I like. I'd love to meet with somebody to talk about whatever the grievances are. The New Hampshire has because I mean the idea that New Hampshire goes from zero to secession in. Just in the in the blink of an eye in the in the course of one sentence is. Get elected I know I'm just saying to happen I thought it would take one sentence. I'd like three years the governor of New Hampshire, and see what? I didn't ask you I'm just saying. So really the question is New Hampshire's going to leave what do you as president do about it? We're leaving. Are you going to roll in troops or you going to say see you later Ambulance. going. Bites. It's It's a good question. I mean you know. So take in Puerto Rico and so. It's definitely. An interesting question, right. So in eighteen, Ninety, eight at the end of the Spanish war. These Spanish handed over essentially a number of countries that became US territories. Philippines in. Cuba being the most interesting because those were u US territories Cuba obviously went through their their Castro revolutionary period. And left the US The Philippines at the end of World War Two were granted their. Sovereignty and independence but in that environment the Philippines was able to maintain a relationship with the The United States, you know seeking military protection and you know all of sorts of things that that they needed, and so I think the right. The right answer there is to again I think as as proposed, have a conversation with governor. As soon as possible. I can you stick with us here for another segment? We got time for course. Here, in a moment, he's with us his website Barack dot votes or apparently brock the vote dot com, which is great There's more on the way here. This is free talk live. If you've got a you can get on the lines. News From News Dot Bitcoin. Dot Com Goldman. 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I'm getting on the ballot in all these states through the old fashioned process of actually going door to door you know being out front of the grocery stores, collecting signatures, old fashioned petitions. Political. Party. which during. Today's is no small feat and just to tell you how rigged our political system is take out take New York. For example, in the state of New York you needed fifteen thousand signatures usually, right? That's a big number that's a lot of signatures and so in Kovin. That's like almost impossible number of signatures just for one st and so in April. In April, as New York was being hit. Harder than anywhere in the world with Kovin what is the governor do instead of decreasing the number and say, Hey, let's allow electric signatures fifteen thousand to fifteen hundred. He said I'm an increase in forty, five thousand to make sure no independent candidate can run here. I can keep going through story after story as someone walking through the fire right in the heart of the beast seeing the system, the two party system is rigged. I am fully committed. To supporting independent candidates through this election twenty, twenty, two, twenty, twenty, four if you've followed my career at all, I am not a quitter and I wanted to answer one other thing you mentioned earlier, which is, is there any chance? Right is this possible and so I've been talking to the top political strategist and such like you're like a serious guy you like make crazy things happen. So I'm kind of taking you seriously but I don't know why I should. Like what can you possibly do with the time that you have and I go well did you know that you don't have to win the election to become president? I was sitting there like what, who, how I go. Well, you understand how our electoral process works I in our general election you it runs off the electoral college vote you need to win a majority of the Electoral College vote majority in they're like, okay tour seventy one or something right two to seventy because there's five thirty eight to seventy. So what happens in a tie in Thai it's to sixty nine to sixty nine. This is what happened in season five of the television show veep but more importantly, it happened in the year eighteen hundred Thomas Jefferson versus Aaron Burr. Also, if third party candidate such as myself and my running mate Carla Ballard who happens to be in the car with me, who is a descendant of Aaron? Burr by the way. If a third party were to win even one st just one st it becomes possible that no one wins a majority. If a third party where to win three states, it becomes likely. And so Meister, our strategy is not to win the election. Our strategy is to win between one and three states so that no one wins the election of these political advisors are like. No one is ever tried that before there's never been a politician running for president that they're aware of that hasn't tried to win or run a national campaign that's running a campaign targeting on fifteen states using data driven. So Brittany Kaiser the Great Hack is one of the campaign managers and so we are a data driven technology forward digital DNA type of group that does crazy stuff on the front lines but don't. Hold on I mean that's very exciting. It sounds very interesting but don't they have like a system to deal with this like they flip a coin or something like that. Yeah. What happens? When somebody doesn't get a majority where where's it going to do? So I'm pretty added like body votes on it. I would guess that it was it's the US House of Representatives Yeah it's the Twelfth Amendment, and so the House of Representatives. So what happens is they kick it to the house and the top three candidates that have at least one electoral vote are then the candidates to be decided amongst but it doesn't run the electoral sort of like a scale. Each state gets one vote, and so you have fifty votes. One of the three candidates needs to get twenty six votes and most of our data if this strategy work suggests that it will be split. And so one hundred percent of the time. That the house had to choose amongst three candidates one hundred percent of the time they chose the third place candidate as president as a compromise. Now, that's how it's all at once but instill is a hundred percent three. Three times. In history that there was an electoral tie. That's really good though so Eighteen hundred, and then the last time that we had a three party race try was in the eighteen, twenty four and they chose John Quincy Adams as the third place to be president instead of Andrew, Jackson was in first place but Andrew Jackson did come back to eighteen, twenty eight, and so the political minds are kind of looking at me going. Who are you I will Build systems, systems, designer I I study history to, and they're like, wow wow you actually have a strategy that may not be probable may not be likely but wow, it's possible. You actually you actually strategy that is within reach like you could break the two party system. This is interesting right? You're one you're one crazy man but we like it I like crazy like that around here. That's good. Yeah. Well. Okay. So I'm curious which states are you gonNA target. So we're targeting fifteen states. Okay. New Hampshire I wish was on my list. On my list I. So wish because this is such a New Hampshire move but New Hampshire's ballots closed. So early that unfortunately we didn't get on New Hampshire. They're still a small chance that through some miracle back to the Angel Stop that you mentioned earlier that something happens by we're looking at Wyoming which is a block chain Crypto, pro legislative state Yep we're looking at my home state of Minnesota I'm here Alaska Vermont Utah. A whole host states we're going to, we're using data at Colorado One of the things that separates us from Bolton, your major party candidates. is we are pro cannabis I. Think I've put out there already the idea of. legalizing. Cannabis federally on. Day One. And I haven't said officialdom and. The the other idea that we're talking about is like full on part in a pardon and expunging the records every cannabis criminal in the country. Okay. What about? Our. shrooms what about every drug non-violent drug criminal have a part. 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So Brock is back with us here and you you said you're in Minnesota tonight on a campaign stop to turn in petitions and that sort of thing how many ballots of the fifteen states you're focusing on? Are you already qualified on? All. were. Those are basically in the bag. They're not it it'll be over the next month or so you watch by the way I'm not just in Minnesota I'm in Minneapolis and I am one block away from the George. Floyd Memorial. Tournament I'm about to walk through what was the autonomous zone I'm not sure it's still in a zone. Anything on fires. Now that I can see because I'm still on the I'm making I wanNA make sure that I give you all my time and attention and I wanna make sure to also amp guys up I, may a fan of the work that you do you run a run a wonderful wonderful show. Shot. I love what you do. Come back to the to the thing. But I we don't have to talk about free talk live anymore I appreciate that Let's let's talk about Let's talk about your what you're saying about drug criminals specifically cannabis you said, you were behind maps in the multi multi disciplinary. Association for Psychedelic Studies I. Think that's what it stands for. They do great work. So I totally agree with you. There does that mean that Brock Pierce if you were elected as president would within the first week or so signed pardons for all victimless criminals who are nonviolent in federal prison. I can't commit to that yet but that's the conversation that would you matt? For Russ Albrecht. That's an interesting one not first in the list we'd start with maybe Edward Snowden and work our way through. The list how long does? Signed. Not Long, and so what I would encourage everyone listening that cares, right. These. This these conversations are on the table, right? If anyone was ever going to do it. It's more likely this crew than any other crew that you've got listed right now. Because I I I'm not personally a believer in the the war on drugs I don't believe that drugs are a criminal justice issue I believe it's a a mental health and social issue and how do we assist people I also don't believe all things. We call drugs are drugs, I think some of those things are proving to be medicines and I think some of the things we call medicines are looking more like drugs are we have an opioid epidemic in this country? I certainly don't think spending sixty, eighty, sixty, eighty, thousand dollars a year. throwing. People into jail or prison for something that is not harming others is the right answer. If you take a look at countries like Portugal look at the work being done in Switzerland, we now have pretty I think we've got real statistics. We've got real data empirical data and it's going back more than two decades. And I think that this needs Dan but I'd like to invite all of you. To participate in this conversation starting next week. that. Some of the topics that we just mentioned are going to be live and I invite you to participate in the conversation to figure out what matters to you unlike any other presidential candidates you've had. We are literally giving you a voice. We believe your voice matters, your voice counts and we are putting forth our policy positions into a collaborative platform where you can comment at it debate etc, and so. I. Think about each of these you're singing the tune that I definitely want to hear. But I'm not hearing any commitment from us like you know you are in favor of how can you have an open source collaborative discussion about the issues when you just come mean this is what I think could change your mind. Well, okay fine. It's good to have principles and positions. WanNa have a possessing but I gave but I gave you my my positions I've said this. Think right I go. I think it's causing more harm. Well, I'm saying, let's have this conversation right? You this is what I think. This is what does your job? He's a have a conversation. Well, it has not. Hold on hold on it should be the idea that that we we believe that the president has the answer to everything. I. Think what really is what matters most is, what is the to getting to the right answer I believe in? Transparency Right I believe in okay. I don't know the answer to this question but let me show you how I get to the answer. Let me show you who the people are that I consult. Are they lobbyists or are they people that you've heard of and you have faith and confidence in? We're holding public town halls. We had one today we're having another one, a national town hall, every Wednesday going forward, virtual town halls, which you can find the websites and then many town halls on each of these subjects. There will be a mini townhall specifically talking about how do we end the war on drugs bringing in experts like Rick Dobelin, these conversations are going to be had leading up to the election because we want you to be. Part of the process, your voice is heard here and I hope that people are able to be brought on board with these ideas if somebody like Rick Rick Tomlin President presenting these ideas than Shirley he's going to be persuasive. Surely, he's going to persuade many people in that audience that drugs need to be given another look and they need to be decriminalized and legalized, and the war on drugs needs to end I. Don't doubt that that is. Something, that would come out of those conversations I. Guess my question is Brock after how many conversations would you need to have before you would be able to make up your mind and say, yes I, as president will a pardon Ross Ulbricht to for our listeners who don't know is the man who created and operated for some amount of time the Silk Road, which was the first the world's first underground drug and free market place on the Internet. And he's now in a to life sentence plus forty year prison sentence that will never end unless the president pardons him or commutes his sentence I mean at what point would you be able to make up your mind about that? Well. I. I know Ross's mother connected to a lot of people in the movement that have been Petitioning lobbying praying for gathering, protesting for his freedom and so I I don't think you could ask for a better person and someone that actually is intimately familiar with the situation. And is. Call. It has a A mindset that is. In. Line with the reason I guess I'm on this show and been here before mom and like openly saying, let's have this conversation. How many conversations I think it's really two parts right? One is building consensus right and is this what call it the American people want right and then at some point because you've been put into that position, of course what they want. To do the right thing to do and that's that's the. Point. I was GonNa make is consensus and what is right it's about justice right and it just is and there is right and there's wrong and just because something is a law doesn't make me rights slavery was legal at one point. So I mean. This is this is why our system has to go through continual evolution. What we thought was right yesterday is not necessarily right today and may not be right tomorrow. Russell Britain. Saying that he doesn't know until they've had. Ethical, we're going to have a top we're GONNA we're, GONNA hold on. We're going to have a talent. Let's. Pushes. And what is wrong? It's your position. Talk. Well let's get into two pieces of it on the first piece There's the Silk Road and and there's the debate of the Silk Road. The nuanced situation with Ross is the hits. And The hiring the alleged yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. This is where it's not. So it's not so cut and dry right. It's a little conversation that has to be had and I want to have this conversation. I invite you to come on out hall show and let's continue this and that's happening. That's happening. is tonight the. It already happened okay. We've wrapped up an hour before the next one. When's the next one next Wednesday's the next national one and I will follow up with you to make sure that you're a part of this and I, would love to have you like. The a participant in the town hall not mark other question for you. If you want to hang stick with us here more with Brock Pierce Brock dot vote is his website. 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Tied situation with the electoral votes possibly throw some support towards him in a tiebreaker that would have to be done by it sounds like the the US Senate or something like that. So we can continue if you've got a question, eight, fifty, five, four, hundred, fifty, free that's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three, He's a crypto guy. And I. Think we wanted to get into a little bit of that area mark. You had a question for brock. Yeah Well, I i. think that Brock's going to be on about fifteen state ballots at this point what about the other thirty five? What if people this and WanNa vote what does it right in even do have you looked at it Yeah. We'll be right in We'll be on the ballot or a write in in over forty states. So almost everywhere with only a handful of states that make it. Hard for independence, and by the way, every time an independent success in a state what do they do they make it harder? They make it much harder and so It's it's an interesting thing to watch and Yeah. No, you might be. You might be the last independent campaign in American history if. It's certainly possible but. I believe that we ultimately need to transcend or rise above partisan politics I. Think we need a political revolution in this country. I think that the answer is not left to right. It's how do we go forward and this idea that for me to win you have to lose that isn't the answer I. Think we need to just basically leave partisan politics behind go check out this website, liberate dot us or liberate dot us the video there that's anonymous created. Talks about this this political on nonviolent revolution that is necessary. Mark to just crypto related. What about? So so which one of the crypto currency is going to be the national? Currency of the United States. Well I. Mean I I'm one of the founders of tether. which we. Invented the stable coin, we're doing about ten trillion dollars, a year and transactional volumes. CRYPTOCURRENCY Know, so I you know again, my my thinking is and I encourage us to all have a a town hall gathering to engage in conversation to make sure that everyone's voices word I don't want to be the authority on Everything I. WanNa make sure that we are we are connecting communicating and and hearing from those that have strong opinions at least to some degree is. I believe in creating that type of environment. I I don't think that the government having a monopoly on money is. I don't currently think that's the right answer. Abolish the Fed. So yeah, the Fed is an interesting one right because it's not nineteen thirteen, it's the twenty twenty. So let's let's just play out two theories. Right to ideas a end the Fed and audit the Fed. If. You ended the Fed would you do high? Hold on. But if you ended the Fed who manages the US dollar, you give it to treasury. Do you think the US government's going to do a better job of it or a worse job of it? I'm not saying I have the answer I'm these are these are the things that I contemplate I've been thinking about this stuff for years and so. I don't have a definitive answer. Do I believe you know one of my pillars of my entire philosophical view in life that applies to everything? I believe in truth and therefore transparency and so I do believe that accountability is a very, very important attribute to building systems that work well, and so I I definitely think that. Auditing the Fed and and and making sure that decisions are being made in a more transparent less opaque fashion is is a good answer I believe in shedding light. On Shadow, and so that is my hope my my life for over ten years has been dedicated to that concept. So I clearly think that that is a very important conversation that should be had I I don't see I think ending the Fed doesn't actually solve anything in the short term, right? What is termed? Ben. Of course I am. We have alternative currency already that people could use if the Fed was abolished. Well I again I don't think that's so simple. We have a you at first of all Bitcoin doesn't scale. You know basically be usable by everyone in the country today it's not easy enough to use by everyone. Security. Flaws still exist emily bitcoin is not ready for Primetime just working on I've been I've been working on this. I'm I'm as big an advocate for it as you get the reality up right now with the fees. Yeah we just aren't ready yet. That's the reality. None of these systems are yet ready, but I don't think we're far away I. can you know it's it's possible within this next presidential term before years that crypto could be ready to scale. Up to a level that it could really be a because I. don't I've never been involved in. CRYPTO. As as a tool to bring down the systems I've believed that the system is at risk I'm concerned about the system failing, and so I'm focused on things like bitcoin and otherwise as a plan B as a backup system so that if the system fails. The whole thing doesn't collapse on us at least we've got I believe in parallel systems right? You've got the old world, the new world these are parallels suffice it to say brock as president would not do anything to attack the CRYPTO currency universe. I mean it would make me. An incredible hypocrite which I don't have a history of being. People when it the majority of people at your town halls wanted to ban. CRYPTO? Currency. Well I mean it would how representative so there is a line where you will enact your own beliefs and disregard the will of the people. There is at some point. What is right right? You have to also coordinate. Not, among, those costs. I I have not said it's not I said, let's have that conversation and as someone that is actually very familiar with it as someone that knows his mother and. Amongst other things. Julian assange. Julian assange is. I think a much easier ish few. Certainly. One that has. Less complications. Again, they're all all the same I'm throwing it out there that I would like to have a conversation about Edward Snowden, Julian assange manning. Russell break I don't think that these should be standalone town halls. I think let's actually get together and talk about these people that some consider to be villains. Some consider to be heroes the problem with with talking about them, and maybe you're just talking about doing it before you're gonna you're elected. But the only problem with talking is every day you have these conversations they're still sending in a prison cell. There's nothing there's nothing I could do about it until after the election anyway. So that's true. I actually think if you care the fact that we're having the conversation helps you know the Scots, the minute we stop saying their names and the minute we stop having the conversation that's when they rot brock is taxation extortion. A taxation is also one of those interesting questions I mean obviously, it was not something that our founding fathers. Built into the system. It's something that you know came you know more about one in a little over a hundred years ago and it's a system that seems to be out of control. So here's a here's here's my view on a lot of systems because you could double click on any aspect of the government and you and you going on that call it that piece of the puzzle you start looking at and you're like, wow, this unfortunately pretty messed up and this is unfortunate i. wish things were not like this. I wish things you know ran smooth and things were done well the tax one is super interesting. Just here's a couple of interesting data points. There's no single human being on earth that understands the tax code is so complicated they no one understands even a significant piece of it. It's so complicated that if you call up the IRS and say, Hey, I got this question I'm trying to find my tax returns the odds are I think something like fifty fifty that they will advise you to do something criminal. because. The IRS won't even give you accurate advice at the time I. Mean It's A? At, what point is is the absurdity there that we have to reevaluate things. So I look a lot of systems kind of like buying a house. You if you buy a house, you look at it. You say, do I WANNA remodel it? You know what parts do you keep you knock it down and rebuild the government unfortunately when it does things, it doesn't actually remove anything when it remodels, it just keeps adding and adding and adding, and if you're building, you know equally inward and outward at the same time you know after the amount of time that we've been building stop eventually you know you're in a one by one room cell in the center of your home. And and it was thirty foot walls. Government is insane and it's incentives are backwards and it's it's definitely crazy brock. If people WANNA learn more bounce, you've got updates on your website you've got town halls and I'm sure there are ways for people to help out if you they've been inspired by you in some way, your website is Barack dot vote and Thanks for joining us here on free talk live by the way I, didn't hear the answer is taxation extortion. I again, it's it. It's a conversation we need to have. Another one of those conversations and clearly. I have an opinion and it's one that is clearly someday find out what it is. Thank you. Appreciate. The time tonight luck. We got to elect him to find out what the opinions are. Well, I'd rather him than anybody else. Well Jordan's pretty good too. She had some India remember when you first heard about Bitcoin, how long did it take you to realize this little projects which soon changed the world you Kinda wish you got involved sooner well, now's your chance to be a part of the next revolution in Inter coin is working to finally make crypto mainstream. It's designed to be scalable enough to support every day payments in even elections without the state it coin was originally supposed to be a peer to peer cash system the way would pay. One another without happy trust any party. But instead over time in mostly became a store of value. 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But before the day long celebration concluded early, this morning moms had their own job to do making a brief obligatory phone call to their own mother's. The onion news network. Free. Talk It is free talk live. You can bring up whatever you want here the toll free numbers eight, fifty, five, four, fifty, free. That's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. With you in the studio here tonight, you've got Ian area and mark, mark you're defending Brock Pierce there in the end of the last segment and his complete an inability, it seemed actually take a position. On any of the questions that we asked him throughout the entire hour and you actually compared him to Joe Jorgenson right at the end and I was surprised by that I didn't have much time left in the segment. To rebut you. But when we interview Joe Jorgenson she answer which I wasn't on nearly every single question the only one she kind of hemmed on was in question. So everything else she had a clear answer for and they were libertarian answers. What I was hearing from will Brooke isn't running as a libertarian. Okay. But he does say liberty on the front page of his website I. Bet it says Liberty on the front page of every person you know. Biden and trump's websites to So what I would say is that sounds to me like he's running a campaign that is different than things we've seen up to this point where he intends to give a voice to people to the chief executive in ways that they haven't seen before and. I you know I I can say that the things that we're doing at this point aren't working. If I have to choose between Brock and trump and Biden I know who I'm picking but that won't be your choice. You will have Joe Jordan Johnson likely on the ballot he had a New Hampshire very likely and I will have to take New Hampshire ballot if I get to vote at all. I will be taking of New Hampshire absentee ballot. I've done some research today and the this isn't legal advice, but it appears as though residents of the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands can vote absentee in the state in which they last lift. But you wouldn't do that because voting is a total waste of time and it's the federal level well I mean is it a waste of time not if that's what you WANNA do? But you're like on the air all the time telling people who? Voting tactically insignificant and I tell them that if they wanNA vote, they should vote if they don't WanNa vote, they should not. So you want to. Really make a big deal about like this is the thing that I make a big deal about is that the only thing? All right. Let's hear the when it comes to voting is that people who do not like voting who think that you shouldn't vote because reasons okay. But let's just clarify. You've said a million times on the air. How insignificant the vote is many makes an federal election. Yep. You are going to go out of your way I wrote an email to and you're gonNA pull an absentee ballot. You did research poll I expected to be sent to me you have to request it whenever You're sending email, do research about this. So you can now spend time doing something that is. About here how much time do you put into it so far? Ten minutes. Okay. The research I need to know these things but curious right like I do want to vote I wanted to vote for some time. One of the reasons I picked up and moved my life to New Hampshire was so that I could vote even though technically. You idiot there's no particular reason. I have a gray shirt on. Because this is the one I picked out. Today life is full of choices and almost all of them are in significant. Just. Spend ten minutes picking out your shirt only to arrive at insignificantly colored ones I picked I spent more than ten minutes ordering the shirt. I don't spend ten minutes ordering a single article. If I don't spend any time on the clothing. I wear the clothing that I get this particular shirt I liked and I chose minutes though it probably takes a while to put a credit card number and do those things. Okay probably more significant than voting. Yes. Sure out of its. Yeah. The likelihood that I get anything out of pulling an absentee ballot voting Joe Jorgenson will get something the Libertarian Party. Rick, he's been waiting there online in Florida Rick, you're on free talk. Live. I hear you you're on the air. Line let me get to speaker up. All right. Basically. You you UTECHT. I texted you or send a message. About what you thought about you know tick tock tick, Tock yeah the. Thing and and you use NPR is your news source. And that's why I got a little upset and I thank you I met. We. Before. I'm not sure if he's talking to more than one person. Yeah. It's a good question to whom. Three people there and they. You two or three because I. I heard you on down near Daytona you're filming in because they were trying to fill in on ninety three five. Let's get to the question that you have. So I think that the the question that you have is used NPR's a new source. NPR's a credible. I. WanNa. Call it credible it's credible. SAY ARE S as much of a news source as any other bias news source. Wow. You quoted that night and that's why. I'm so you're saying people should not use NPR source news is that what you're saying sir? Yes I am actually. Aware I think news is best source from Fox. Boxes Okay. All right. What's but the? Choice for reckon Florida no A. Chinese. Communist Party. Taraba source and I, and I think you epic times back. Epic Times is a good source if you WANNA go up. If you WANNA talk about China. Because the Chinese. You know and. Canada. By the Chinese government, the epoch times is opposition by the Chinese. The Chinese government. So okay. So you're and supported the times we're on board with that one Gimme another one another good one for for Rick and Florida. Oh. Rick in Florida Gateway Pundit. Gateway Pundit okay familiar. A breaking news site and Well Rick. It's got some news you WANNA talk about we're happy to talk about with you. Toll Free number here is eight, fifty, five, four, fifty, free. That's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. We never did get my opinion on the tick tock thing and wondering outraged that sort of thing tick tock was the trump was threatening to ban TIKTOK. What about it and you know what I would say is an APP it's one of the top APPS in the world. Yeah. I, mean, at this point in time at this moment in history, the Chinese Communist Party has become a greater threat than they have been previously because of consolidations and power that Xi Jinping has managed to get and these sorts of things and. Win being an anti statist I'm of the opinion that that is the state that is of greatest threat to human liberty on the planet today really have they ever thrown Russell Wilson Prison. They haven't thrown Russell prison, but they put plenty of activists in present day a greater threat to your liberty than the United States government probably not unless I go over to their little took of land there but so. Not so much really the greatest threat to you at least you're saying to. Elsewhere remember like the common ice one of people can't really they can't leave America. Yeah, Donald you know if you've heard but international travel is restricted and if you don't have a passport, you pretty much stuck Mexico's still taken. Yeah. That's true. Yeah. If you can get there your. Car. Are you in favor of trump banning TIKTOK? I am unsurprised at the political machinations that go on and the you know the overt aspects of like I'm not going to comment on things that I don't wrong. Is that you? Say I was like I was getting ready to complement mark and Casey actually came out with an opinion because he is a talk show host he's supposed to have opinions but it does sound like you get infected by politicians. All right. I'll give you a gift straight answer in this one any. Any company that comes out of China I'm fine with them banning right now you out of your mind just ban all. You. Know you just call yourself an anti status against the state. But when the states when states one act like states, I hope that they get some more state. Okay. So let me see I what you'll get once the United States government star spanning companies from a particular. More state. So you want the US government to be more like the Chinese government in order to protect you from the Chinese government what you're saying, cry. About the United States Banning Iverson came for the Chinese APPS. Good and they came for the Communists. Yeah okay, and then they came for the Nazis. Okay. Let's go. 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Yes like just talk a little bit about the Kamala Harris switching the radio around the day before she and Mr Biden spoke. A Harris well, I have to know what you said there. His Selection Biden selected her as the vice presidential pick. Here's my point on NPR I stopped counting at times fix they announced her what a deal it was going to be because she was going to be the first. African American Bosch Prison if Biden's elected yes. What guys? She's not African. American her dad's from Jamaica her mom from India premium. He's from. Ask You this guy why is that? All? You hear from CNBC FROM MSNBC AND CNN and NPR, and walk back. These new sources you're talking about are actually trying to preempt calls by saying conservatives are going crazy about Kamala Harris race and the you've got it backwards now. That's not right. It disturbs aren't knowing crazy liberals who are going crazy. Oh. You hear from these guys and here's my big point. Her Dad was from Jamaica Okay I don't think is aware of it or not but her her dad's family some of the biggest slave owners in. Jamaica. So here's my point. Here's my point guys. If Kamala Harris and other folks are for reparations Kamala Harris not pay reparations really should. That's a great point. And she's basically. Unlikelihood Americans would all be paying for the Black White? With the point he's making is because her family was actually slavers. I don't know what my family did right? Like I have no idea if there was anything like that in my family's history. I'm sure a lot of us don't have that in our family histories at least but we know for a fact she does at least according to him and I've heard this elsewhere about her in which case she stayed in the family business because being an attorney general is basically being slave. People in that role especially where she was out in California, she shuffled God knows how many People of all colors into the California prison system. So many people under her control when the you know whatever she whatever departments of so called justice, she was running there. They put countless people behind bars, many victimless criminals, and they turn them into slaves. When you put people behind bars, they become your. Unpaid. or slightly barely paid workers in that. If you don't work for the county like here in New Hampshire if you don't work for the county, you're going to solitary confinement if you're working not getting paid and can't leave. Slave. Thirteenth Amendment is pretty clear that somebody cannot be forced into indentured servitude. Unless they've been convicted of a crime. Now, what's really going to be entertained and in fact, the Thirteenth Amendment says that they're slaves to what's going to be really entertaining as watching people on the left who two months ago were rallying around the idea of cutting police departments and you know De Fund, the the cops and which is a good idea. Okay. They were rallying around these ideas focusing on the terrible abuse that the police commit against black people but also I would say of all people police will arrest and kill and. Destroy the lives of of anybody given the opportunity certainly poor people targeted more often than than the rich The police are doing that stuff and Kamala Harris was in charge of the police. So it's going to be interesting watching the back bending going on people explain why they're now voting for Kamala Harris because Joe Biden has already come out and supported the police in the whole during the black lives matter run up over the last few months. Biden made statements about how he supports police he doesn't support defunding the police he in fact, supports more funding. For the police now again so does trump I'm sure. So which one of them is the bigger COP sucker I don't know but one of them's actual cop and that's Kamala Harris. So I'm looking forward to seeing that somebody. Posted a tweet from and I don't know who it was. It might have been like a Hollywood star or some political guy on the on Air I. Think it was the on air. Chad. Apologize. It's in our discord server I wish I had it in front of me but it it showed this guy tweeting two years ago about how terrible Kamala Harris was, and then like two days ago he tweeted again about how great she is. Yeah it's amazing. The the shift just seeing the same face saying two completely different things. I did see that same tweet. I guess if I'm forced into talking about Kamala Harris race, which apparently is what everybody wants to talk about. What I'd like to talk about is what had Kamala Harris do did Kamala Harris make the world a better place of by when she had the reins of In the Attorney General and I would suspect that she didn't. So if I'm supposed to care about her race in a don't. One would presume that other people do and did she make lives better because I hear that it's all about you know having a black running mate. Now let's just go ahead and take that premise dominant people that she behind bars it Kamala. Harris make the lives of black people in San Francisco better by forcing parents a by threatening parents with jail for. Their kids not going to school for Truancy people who are the most vulnerable to most difficult for them to get to school She thought the best thing to do was to employ the stick of government as she called it to to to threaten people to get them to send their kids to well probably the worst school in the given geographic area. I Don I got nothing else to say. As to whether or not Kamala Harris is an African American or black well, she's clearly partially black. So okay, fine. Is She's more than likely of African. American descent as well. Yeah. Okay. So Africa radio was a huge. International slave trade it's interesting that they're trying to call her Asian in order to lock up the Asian vote when she's Indian I mean. Isn't that a kind of insulting to Indians. Are. Calling themselves Asians these days. What happened to the industry to Asia? It is but Indian subcontinent and it's a unique place with its own unique history. I don't understand this. It seems odd to me but well, know idea until rug instead of judging political candidates based on where their parents were from how about we judge them based on what their ideas are. If indeed, they're going to make take a position on an issue that's usually. Helpful. So Joe Biden at this point has rarely come out of his whole his basement in Delaware. To go to a debate well, supposedly. 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What she says is final Jen riches always keeping score here on sports overnight America. How. Low again, still Dan reg still always keeping score over on the ice in the NHL because the Tampa Bay and Columbus game went to five overtimes last night the hurricanes and the Bruins play this morning and they want to two overtimes Boston finally gets the win for the three. The islanders rallied to beat the capitals for the to Arizona was dominant all game that allowed the avalanche to slide in three quick ones at the end of the third through the nothing final there and the flyers edge the Canadians two to one and Vancouver BC Lou five to to you from the court in the NBA, Miles Turner and Sumner combined for thirty five points to rally the Pacers pass the. Rockets one, eight, two, one, oh, four, ending a five games for them and the raptors also rallied they beat the Phillies, one, twenty, five and one, twenty, one, the thunder overcame a two point deficit in the fourth to beat the heat one sixteen to one fifteen and the clippers comfortably beat the nuggets one, twenty, four to one eleven and that's all we have scoreless lies so I'm to stop talking and let Jeff Go back at it. All right welcome back everyone it's foul territory sports overnight America golden follow us on social media at what's up bridges. That's what's up R I C H E s on instagram twitter and FACEBOOK DOT COM and not putting a lot of content out there. But maybe we should change that in the coming days and weeks John Cio to bring more awareness the show it's on very late at night. You know remind people that there's more to do than watch the late night drivel. That's that that's on television I thought for sure when we were shut down sportswise I'm like, Oh, we'll totally do all sorts of social media stuff because there's like nothing else to do. And we still didn't. Literally nothing to do and we didn't really do anything I think we've found things to do when there was. You know quote unquote nothing. Boston play on me maybe a little bit of a chip on their shoulder after the round robin play which found them wearing the fourth seat after being the best team in hockey throughout the season Philadelphia were the one seed with like a badge of honor you know again besting the haves to one. You know look around a little bit though I see Washington drops their opening game I ask the three seed to the islanders Saint Louis they dropped their opening game. Goes a little bit of a lack of thirst may be from these these recent champions? What I look at the winners. Colorado. Hasn't won a company Ages Boston I think it's been. twenty eleven. Philadelphia hasn't won in ages there there they go winning again and in Vancouver but a very, very long time for them and they take care of Saint Louis. I mean, that's just looking at the the Wednesday action. Do you think that there's anything to it or do you think that it's just kind of a of a winky dink that the last Stanley Cup Champs have gone down? I. Think it's just a coincidence. That's I think that's a solid possibility you know you're not exactly playing at home. So other than the dark sweaters in the advantage with the lying changes being the home team being the designated home team. It doesn't make a heck of a lot of difference you're going to have to beat everybody that you come in. You know that you encounter just like you would any other year there is no there's no smooth sailing to the Stanley. Cup. Final hockey hockey does not allow you. To just kind of wander through the playoffs you have to go out there and you have to win games or you're. GonNa lose to a team that's less talented than you and we saw last year with with call. Tampa Bay. I think the Dow win by the way five overtime win even though it took lot of time do. So pivotal to the sears, the Tampa Bay could end up going on to US weep the blue jackets but. Imagine if you go through a sweep as the one seed, it being swept as the one seed. You wait a whole year to come. and. Yet end up facing that same team as an overwhelming favourite once again. and. Greg, they made your work really hard to get it but Majid, not coming away with the victory in game one. How that that would set the tone for Columbus to look at a hey, you know we could do this again. I. Have to I have to feel the that even though. They lost. Local the blue jackets lost in game one for dragging it out that long they have to feel that there's some level of momentum for themselves as underdogs right? You would believe. So so I remember that that logic applies to Carolina with the Bruins Do you know if the? The bruins half to fight and scratch and claw to knock off Carolina. Carolina's a hot team. Carolina's a lot like the I I'm GonNa Cross sports go back a long ways your but the two, thousand, seven, Colorado rockies who were like eight games out of the playoffs with two weeks to go on the season and won sixteen of Seventeen which took them right in which swept them through the NFL play offs into the World Series and you know they cross the finish line but. That's not always what it's all about at I would think that Carolina you know coming off of a best of five sweep. For them to losing game wanted it puts them back down to Earth a little bit They're still hot hockey team. They still took the best team from the pre pandemic days of the twenty, nineteen, twenty, twenty season to the brink. In into a second overtime. So they gotta be feeling pretty good I think that the islanders feel great Colorado. Just you said that Arizona dominated I think that Arizona had dominating goalkeeping from Darcy Kemper and you know they just came up short but power looks like a much better hockey team. There is no has got the ringers on that first line with Kessel and Taylor Hall opt. But there's just not a lot of depth to the to the oats and they might go man from mono rebound on that first line. But the end of that second and third line and we saw we saw floodgates open. It's really tough to pitch a shutout for. Fifty three minutes and then give one up and give up another one and then give it was the third one. Now. Anyway. So also they all they all get by Darcy temper after. I had I had things do so you know when you play games at two thirty in the afternoon, you're you're subject to the schedule of. Sight. So so embarrassing to talk about it because it's not like it's the thing that happens a lot but. I do this thing that we've we've cleaned. The term adulting. So. Rough not often not often, but I happened to have to do it during the third period of the hockey game of the playoff game between Colorado and Arizona and. Couches better. Better team nearly coyotes get in as Officially as the seventh seed so they're playing a really good team they these two teams were even but Colorado starting to pull away a couple of years ago I just went the young talent that they've they've brought in. So Cal soda was a big part of that. Now he's with the with the oats and I think that you know he's a Colorado type of player still playing for Arizona. W. Disappointed and just hope Springs Eternal yolks are able to even the series up on Friday and We're talking about an actual series rather than. Going you know. Going back there Zona by going to the oats wearing the nice looking Katina sweaters. And probably lose I have a hard time not seeing this is a sweep at this point unless I see a completely different offense of attack. Seven shops through two periods our our Ted ten shots through two periods of play. When you're out, it doesn't matter what kind of gold goalkeeping you have. If you get out shot three to one over the course of hockey game. Jazz are you're not going to be victorious in that game unless you can sneak you know two or three of those ten shots in which they didn't do now. Kill if you know what's going, that's been the my macho with the Indians all your too. Is that you can't have great pitching. But if you score zero runs, you will win zero percent of your games we need to has the points you get very big part of the game. It is at least score. Once if scar what gave a chance if you'll torn all your team zero tolerance zero. Zero opportunity to it damn that adulting and damn that needing to facilitate points Let's get off the topic of logic and let's talk PAC twelve and big ten have canceled college football off all sports for that matter. So you have back to forget about the MAC. The Mac the mountain west. So there are you know you have the ACC big twelve? Yes. You See conference. You say in the Sundell I believe that are all going to try to play football in. In the fall of twenty, twenty, twelve says, they don't have a reason not to go on. So you're a how half the sport playing in the fall and potentially half the sport playing the spring The big ten coaches of already said for playing in the spring. What saw, let's start the season in January, which is not the spring it's so the winter. And very much of the region. Yes. Well. So here's the suggestion pat cut packed up as after about as much fact well, if they could start if they could start, January second. You're you gotTA worry about pullman Washington Y'all worry about boulder. You probably gotta worry about Salt Lake City and in those winter months. Depending on. We've seen some pretty wicked February's lately here in Phoenix in terms of. Blizzard like conditions I don't think that it gets to the point where we're not able to play football in Arizona in February or or the other cal northern. California. For that matter I like Seattle will be fine. I. It gets cold and Tucson. We haven't Cheyenne toaster. West, they play football in if I need to. Well, I. Don't think that it's necessarily that that's a necessary measure for the big ten though and when you think about it, you've got You've got the Dome, where the Vikings play in Minnesota you got the Dome where the pros play in Milwaukee I know that that's not exactly Madison but. It'll make do you've got Ford? Field in Michigan you've got Lucas Oilfield in Indianapolis. So you've got indoor facilities where you could more or less address a bubble the big ten by you can play Games a day in Indianapolis you play two games a day in Detroit, and if if both these you know if both these conferences gets a task, start the season in early January, they can play the you know the PAC twelve champ against the big ten big ten champ in the Rose Bowl on April thirteenth and and still have the season in the books before the NFL draft to the April that's what everybody would want to do in lieu of actually playing the season on time. That's. Something had Ryan Day. Came out with coach at Ohio State and there was there was rumors of Ohio. State. Going out and trying to do their own thing but they let, Nebraska be the Guinea pig and Nebraska was told that they would not be welcome back into the big ten conference if they went out and played football outside the context of belief shutting down Fall Sports. 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Welcome back in time flies when you're having fun reminder that listening on the replaying, catch us live at ten PM Pacific Time Monday through Thursday you get lovely Jan rich and yours truly jeff rich on the microphone. But the sports overnight America program does run seven days a week. Go to sports BYLINE DOT COM for all the details WANNA give. A shout out to our man Scott on the other side of the glass there in San Francisco producing a great show for US each and every night of the week. Antigen haven't talked a lot of NBA this hour Games on Wednesday of little consequence to anything going on in the future It's all about what's happening on Thursday in the NBA. Eighth and ninth seed could go to. PORTLAND. MEMPHIS Phoenix or San Antonio with just two days of bubble action left to play and I gotTa tell Ya I'm really excited at the prospect of Phoenix going eight. No, and the possibility is that they don't get the help that they need vacant find themselves eight no, and all four not but it would be an amazing momentum boost going into. The next season a lot of confidence. Sell US tickets, but you're able to sell tickets to see this team and A Nice little summer you know return to support for the Phoenix Sports. Fan You got both your teams up possibly into the postseason We'll see it lasts for the oats. We'll see if it continues for the sons and we'll see if the diamondback to turn things around there in last place in the Al West were they didn't expect to be but you would think that there's time for them to turn around and be one of those top eight teams in the AL in the National League altogether. So we'll see how that plays out but bubble action wraps up throwing debts purposes. I'm Thursday go. Phoenix, Suns that's GonNa do it for Jeff You've been listening to used. You're listening to the heartland news feed radio network at live dot heartland feed dot. com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by. Follow us on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's. With Your Service Newscast August Twelfth One hundred twenty by clifford. Former Vice President Joe Biden pick Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate Tuesday in the US presidential elections that from New York. They report Harris's the first black woman and I black person of Indian descent to be nominated for National Office on a major party ticket the fifty five year old Harris's a career prosecutor in California and known as pragmatic moderate. The Times briefing notes her supporters argue that she could reinforce binds appeal with black voters and women. She is only the fourth woman in US history to be chosen for a presidential ticket for a major political party. 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Get again, I'm ferrall with carver high tonight, and they're in the church everything's up and running I'm watching the nuggets. They're up three on the clip joint, forty, six, forty, three, just under three go in the half. Games so far back and for the lot of. Chuck Nolan on. You Know Paul George shooting from everywhere sweet Lou Williams shooting forty footers. And, just some ball movement par hasn't done. Anything Jogi has been solid some an ones he's made some threes. Ball ball would a big bomb three. And he's at a steel and a dunk. On Lou. Williams face. So. Murray. Getting back from his Hammy he's been out and illness four-game. So he's trying to get his burn back wearing the neon shoes tonight just rocking the neon. So big game and in that game, I think I got five and a half. Somewhere in there there up four right now. So at the very least I gave you that you know they would give them a game tonight. I was twelve to last night in NBA plays ferrall on the bench dot. com. 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That's eight hundred, four to six, twenty, three Oh one now more from ferrall on the bench here on sports overnight America. With carver high. I'm watching this game and then I just wanted to say that like I have. NHL Going to right. So there's a lot happening here. There's a lot of involvement I got a lot of involvement. So I actually cover I. Think this. This Montreal Games been pretty good I mean they're down to one. There's fourteen minutes left in a game. Did, you expect them to be. In this game down goal with fourteen minutes left or did you think they'd be? Down to goals at to the. Flyers who have literally played. If you really WanNa roll the dice better than anybody in certainly in Toronto, maybe in both Toronto Edmonson the flyers have been. One could argue the best team. Yeah, you could definitely make that case they also played. The other three teams in the Round Robin which we've talked about I don't know how full speed Boston was going and Washington, etc. But no, Montreal has surprised me tonight and there's still time for the flyers to get that minus one and a half and and to win this game by a couple of goals but they're showing you tonight. That the things that they did in that Penguin Series Not Fluke. You know they're playing hard hockey and they're playing as a team and they're getting good performance from right so I don't anticipate them winning this series. I think it's a lot harder for a team like them to win a seven game or as opposed to five like the penguins but. They, they're showing that they're going to be in the mix, but let's see if if maybe Philadelphia. Can Bust it open here they just had a really good chance. Let's see if they can busted open here in the third. So I was Shooting hoops in the driveway when the islanders wanted to the third period and I listened on Islander's radio on Sirius. In. My in my ear buds what Chris King a King. Yeah I. Listened to him on the hospital radio station or whatever it is. And at least you know serious picks it up. So I was listening to the game I also listen to the Arizona game with. Our boy the PISS her. Up there in. You know. Arizona. This and that Cincinnati Nice he's my guy right and. So. He he's. He's on that. Radio broadcast team. Which I didn't know that like I I had I've seen him have I know he does spitting Chiklis and stuff like that right? And he I reached out to one day haven't seen him in years. I partied with him in Palm Springs hard. I mean real hard. That's why I haven't heard from him. He scared me. But we we drank hard than real hard. Is that this is back. That's a long. It's been since I've seen him. That's how long it's been. because. You know I don't party anymore but I used to write like a champion and I went out in the desert with Hammond just got it on and all I remember was. I've told this story before right like so I ended up partying with him and the next thing now. I mean there there is all kinds of stuff going on. It was bad. There was blow of dolls in my room when I got there and it went downhill from there and all I know is he ended up with some playmate, right? Ended up because I did it was a playboy, a pillow fight open right? It was the I had all these playmates at the. The. Fantasy Springs and some all these smoking hot chicks were there. It was out of control. There was like two hundred of them, and then there is like me and. The buser. And then. It was like I. I don't even remember. I don't even think maybe one of my producers with me I don't even know maybe it was mafia. I don't even know all I know is maybe it was I can't remember all I know is that I don't remember much of the trip. Let's put it though. Remember much of it but I do know that he ended up. He ended up just getting involved with some just absolute rockstar playmate. And he ended up that all went down hard. He came out like he went in with her I think at like at one point. Like it was a four day thing he was in there on the first day came out on the third day. He came out on the third day he came out in the sunlight. A day and a half with this chick and I was absolutely. Mind drunk and golfing and cheating in a gambling casino there and there was a concert I. Remember there was a ban there and what was funny was eventually I got. I got a deal for them with. My friend Danny London advantage drinks I ended up getting them in bed with Oscar de la Hoya and golden boy a promotions right I ended up getting a deal for them. With Oscar and they ended up doing a massive fight deal for their. They have an arena there at the casino and. It's a really nice arena for concerts and Events like whatever and they could do boxing they could definitely do boxing. Ten thousand seats or something like that, and it wasn't a gigantic like the. Grand Garden Arena in Vegas and the MGM, but it was at least ten thousand. For concerts and things, and so I ended up getting Oscar. A deal with Tennessee Springs. So that was really cool. Ended up getting the top people. Together with Oscar they ended up doing this deal and they've been they've been doing there ever since. To this day like all these years later, goldenvoice still has fights advantage these things because of that deal that I. Facilitated between them and I did the whole thing hammered. was like. Katie, thinking get Oscar Day here I was like I think so. I was hammered as I think I, get him on the phone. But I'm the pool right now I'm naked. And we're having a pillow fight with a bunch of laminates. So can we do it in the morning I mean, make that tomorrow evening. And all I know is We had a good time we golfed and the visitor and I did all kinds of. Just massive laughs and. It was abusive. The whole thing was abusive abusing booze. There was women I mean crawling on this golf course there was just nudity everywhere was awesome. It was awesome and then I never saw him again. I never again ever like it was weird it was like one forte binge with. Paul this and that, and then I reached out to him the other day like I know month ago maybe what was it carver high about a month and a half ago asked him to do the show I told you I asked him and he said he was. He wanted to do it and he said he owes me he'll do it. He said I'm all in I just can't do it right now he's like a moving and. It was right around when we started doing this show alive again. So early, may I'm going to say late April early May right in that area when we went live I asked him to do it. He said, yes, he wants to do it. He just was moving and he was super busy that I can't do it this week it goes give me three weeks. So basically I've given him. Three months. Right. So I think I could actually call him now and get him on the show but I heard him today call in a game. He was pretty funny. He's like at one point Ed six shots on goal. It was it was like. Fourteen to sixteen shots or something, and he's like, maybe maybe it was like twenty four to six shots and they had oh, that's what it was. It was twenty four to six and Johnson fourteen different guys on the avs shots and one guy dig it was. either. The Canon or one of them? Who's the other Land God. I think he had six shots himself and the whole team. Out there. And he said. Well. We've got three shots in the first period we got three in this period he goes at least we're consistent. And then they ended up getting her asked me what was the final that when three nothing? So. The avs beat him three nothing and then That was that, but I listened to the island or game and I was. I couldn't believe it because. First of all at one point it was seventy two and power plays for the capitals right? So I was sitting there going I mean this is the worst thing I've ever seen like, how can the refs there? So fetig the NHL they really are they're so awful the rafts in the NHL. Pathetic I'M GONNA. Just keep repeating myself pathetic. Terrible, pathetic. Awful terrible prophetic, awful and the linesmen or even worse and how do you have? How many did it end up being in total? Was? Seventy two I don't know. WE'RE GONNA get into it more. I know a beat cop coming on tonight Brian Continent NHL Com. We'll get into all that on the bench. Have you written a book you can become a published author with Jordan's publishing the nation's oldest publishing services. 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We're having problems with the cameras. So I'm not even I don't even care anymore I don't know I just don't even care to sick and tired of this stupid camera camera on a punch it in the face. Fag. I am going to punch it in the face. My God. It's Unbelievable what is the deal? Oh, my God help everybody's getting a nice shot, my throat and nose. The I'm in the throat and nose specialists office now with this camera. What a disaster that says dude anyway, vicomte is with us from NHL DOT COM Brian content bag on a bench in the biggest way. Possible. How're you doing? Be Calm You've never looked better my man, how are you? I mean my God. It's like I'm I feel like you know what I am I'm in the first row at the movie theater. You ought when you get in there and the places. Forces in the first row and then your. Girl turns on you and says I can't believe in get here earlier look at these crappy seats we got I'm looking up AL's knows. Then you gotTa Steph necker three week. Yeah. I. Know that feeling for sure. I'm good buddy. It's great to have you on I. Haven't talked to you in a long time. I hope you're. Doing well, your family's well because of. The world ending and everything I carver high and I are we're on a over on the chance of? ZOMBIES walking dead will be eating each other soon. We are doing okay everybody's healthy and that's really all you can that scoring these crazy times. Hope everybody's well on end as well. Yeah everything's good. We've been doing this show technologies be but I'm I'm slowly figuring it out I. had it working tonight and then I started messing with it and Garner high said you had to just mess with didn't yet you just had to go back. Because you had it. He said, yeah hot it and I said I'm still too big and he said you had a perfect. Why would you go back to the well and then now I'm the size of like you know I'm like I don't even know I'm like what was The Guy. The giant member like. There was a giant tied him down. What was that Guy's name? Do you remember the? I. Remember the guide when Daryl Morey showed the picture of the Guy tie-down. What was his name o? The Jack Jack in the giants the Jack Jack Jack Black's on the ground there I know which one you're talking about. There it is. That's being I right now at the I'm literally as biggest jacko kneel. At A. Small persons. Convention. Can you say that? Arise already being trouble tonight were for multiple things that I've said wrong. So I'm GonNa just start talking on you now. So I'm like I'm I'm watching the today and then I'm listening to the island. Junior on the radio on Sirius I'm on my driver's moves and I'm literally cussing and cussing out loud. My neighbors are looking at me. I'm shooting Jay's I'm cussing out loud because it was like seventy two power plays at that point for the capitals and I thought it was like Fascism at the highest order I have never seen. I've never seen that I can't remember seeing a game. So waited one way or the other with that many power plays I. Know it ended up seven four and I taught the perfect remedy that was that shorty that Bailey had. The shorty at all I know is, is that for seven power plays what could be better than having some almost store too short he's on the same power play. They almost scored a minute later and that would have been the perfect story ending for the crappy job I am just going to say it. You cannot have seven power plays to two at any point in any game. And lose I mean I mean that's the crux of it I mean the cavs did nothing five on five that's been the islanders Mo since this tournament began that they've been so good five on five. So when they are making trip after trip to the boss gotta cash in and they and they did a couple of times early but the islanders didn't do themselves any you know. Twitter was screaming at me about the officiating Scott I mean Janas Dan corporate too many men on the ice. They had seven guys on the ice at one point a lot of a lot of mental absence for sure. But you had a feeling at least I whenever Lee scored on a shot that should have been stopped by hoping to make it two one late in the second with the resolve the owners of show since the tournament started that that they were gonna find a way and that's what they did. You know I said to you know I mean as you know I said to carver high in a commercial break on TV today that hope he looks like he's. Literally selling math on skid row. I what is wrong that guy looks like he's he's just a s like there's no one that loves him. The tells him he looks terrible shave your tight your hair you look off all you look like you've got. Your whole family has the Honda I mean that the hair the beard it's it's the first week of the plans. He looks like he's been playing for six months in the Stanley Cup playoffs he said gained sixteen he looks. At Bro Clean it up last year was terrible. All I thought it was great. They peppered him with so many goals in the fourth I even became an islander fan for like five minutes because I bet on them. I'm happy. Got I'm GonNa just get the second part of your point have he's their only option because Samson office and even in Toronto because injured. So it's it's GonNa Check as the backup I can't todd raritan making a change for game two or at any point in that series. So it's Brayton hold the whole theory boss for. Washington. And you're right. If he doesn't get better, it could be of a very short series here we'll see. I. Cannot believe I gotta be honest with you. I cannot believe because you know I'm a terrible person. I cannot believe Todd reardon is the coach of that team very tribes. The Stanley Cup winning coach, and that he is standing in the bench next to that guy that no-name honest to God it must just like you know what that is like having an animal five days a week having an animal. Week when you have a coach with that would nothing against the best coach in the League who walked on you two weeks after you won the Stanley Cup that's like you had the hottest check you were with her for ten years and then one day he went out for a driver is beaming the ended up falling in love with the fat check at the Dairy Queen. What is going on like I can't have that guy's. Carve your. Everybody. Berry. Berry. The not walk on the capital. They didn't want to pay him what he deserves to be paid if they're winning the Stanley Cup. So he left I wouldn't say he walked out he would have gladly stayed. Had they properly compensated them I think okay. You're right. You're right. I'm sorry he ran he ran he didn't walk. I let me say this I think I've said on the show that I believe I truly believe that Bailey Nelson and. And I'M GONNA THROW IN A. Bar saw but that line the. Line that I'm talking about, and then I'll throw in the peace of Basel but I think that line has become maybe. Top three in the league. Yup, they've been fantastic Bogart, his fourth goal of the postseason Eastman. No He's been out since since tournament got underway Brock is very very. Underrated Senate and he he's gotten to that point under Barry trapped I mean there was always a gear I know carpeting agree with me there was a gear missing her box game before Barry Trout's became the coach and he's really gotten the best out of him since they want so and it's huge for the top line because the top wind do A. Whole lot that opening round gets far Scotty. So ended, we got his first goal of the playoffs today hopefully coming in bunches for him but they become that much more dangerous when you have a couple of lines going and JJ Pezzo who they got from Ottawa at the trade deadline he's been a monster so far for them as well. Yeah, I gave that. I liked to captain Lee getting in like multiple fights. Within a ten minute window he he laid the tenor down and then your boy and my Buddy Matt Martin he's the only owner that I'll be seen in public with He. He actually. My favorite part of the hockey game was when he looked down at the guy that was up to his like I think nipples and he said. He said to Dylan I clearly I read his legacy. He said I will kill you. Right here. On national television. I will kill you might now and that guy skated the other way. So fast like the guy had bad breath he skated so fast away from that guy because he is a monster and he's like I've been in this league. So long I will kill you. And I have literally. Totally, VISTA Yeah. So Anyway, let me ask you this question. I haven't seen Varlamov play of our law voters name is I haven't seen him? Varlamov. I haven't seen him play this well ever. Ever. Wow, I, mean I think he's played this well, in the past it's been awhile I'll give you that He's been really good since the start of the term and he was really good up until. December early January I mean he he and Thomas Grace were alternating starts really until the over the counter the year. So I'm sorry. He's talking to me about I how much time I don't worry about it so. Yeah no I think he's he's been really really good in current event. You know he's going up against this former team, which is probably going to bring out the best in him and you know if the owners continue to contain the cavs five on five, Scotty? It's only gonNA, vote wealth for semi air blue our. So, what do you think the odds are of me fixing this camera between now and the time he come back for the second segment? I. So I, predict I will fix it. Become is giving me no chance carbon giving me a chance on the bench. Could Go By Walk by walking. going. Out of your. 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I ended up leaving my girlfriend and meeting the vagit of the Popcorn stand and we're going to go. All right. So the flyers won the game two to one they held onto Canadians I don't even Answering betting today I owners as fires I'm GonNa Rock to blues here to try to go the quad. Brian, what do you think of the flyers the way they've looked in Toronto and the way they played this season in the job? Venues done. I can't say enough about the about Phillies Scotty I think that they're one of the top teams in the League right now they've looked good since the start of the tournament, the round robins though some people probably think that some of those teams in around didn't take it seriously but philly certainly did I. Think Carter Hearts one of the better young boys in the League I, don't think people speak enough about I've approach is an absolute on the back end shrunk Qatari the tremendous delay forward they have it all man they can go on a long run it. Do you think they can't hard can stay stable and healthy for. The two months that it takes. Well that's the key I mean hopefully, he does you don't ever want to see anybody get hurt. So if he does it obviously both well for phillies chances if not it, it's to be tough because I like I said I, think he's one of the youngest. You know there's people that I've heard that have said that he saw like Murray is like where he's a great goalie and you can't deny Murray Two Stanley cups but that he gets injured a lot and they're saying the same thing about. Carter. Heart that he gets that he gets hurt that he saw and you heard that. I have not heard that he thought it indisputable that he's had some injury problems in the early going here but he certainly looks really good right now with the One hundred percent here like I said Philly other really good chances going on pretty good run here. So what did you get a Bruins? The way they look was Malays City. They were playing like man as and they just literally didn't even try which was shocking to me that they just like we don't care what seed we are, and then they came out against Carolina and I thought they looked like themselves again like when they rushed in with Pasternak and marshawn and. Birger on on that last game winner into the right circle version I'm one time did and they won a game in double overtime that looked like the team to me that made it to the Stanley Cup finals. Agreed I think they've probably set themselves throughout throughout the round robin. Let's get through this healthy. Let's just get ready for the playoffs You know where they're playing it at a neutral site. So how big is it's being the you know the to stay healthy and like you said, they looked really really good against Carolina game one that's GonNa be a long series I wouldn't count became just yet but to me the Bruins, they're still one of the best teams in the League for short. Marchand IT I. saw him interviewed and he basically. He said in nine so many. Birds, said we didn't care. We there was nothing at stake. Other than seeds and he said we were. We're ready. Now that's all matters is that Now. And I was like well, that's all you need to know that they just completely didn't try so I I think they're better. the avalanche coyotes. I just don't feel that I watch them play and I can't. Believe they're that they're in it to be honest with you but they're not going to be in this for a long. I'll be surprised at frankly Brian if they win a game. The Coyote didn't I know record it was none too. Please after that one earlier today they've gotta be better. They've got generate more because if they don't, it's GonNa be a really really short series. CanNot simply lose okay, we're. The blues playing. In the same game that the Bruins were playing in the you know early stages in. Edmonton. Do you believe that they're gonNA play like champions starting tonight or they? Have issues. I think it's going to be a really good series. I think they're obviously going to take it seriously dotty but I think the I think. The other night I. Think he's GonNa win the series I really really do I just like the way that they've been playing when Hughes to me is one of the best young Defenseman, the league they got so much upfront pederson jt Miller had a monster year Travis during the thrift shop be comp all it on the Knox and this was we talked about this to Scotty. I thought if there was one team in the West. because. We know how strong Vegas in Colorado or I thought there was one team in the west of those three strong ones that maybe would have a problem. It could be the blues become said that Vancouver team has got some young studs man but this is the first time the first. Funny Story, we're going to the game. Here's Carver high late for the game we're running through the MGM. Gigantic. It's a city, and so we're running through the GM late for the game were running past sports. But an a to the. There's like. You know what I mean the bars and restaurants. Crazy. Thing. Ever. CARBERHIGHCBS hits the brakes like Fred Flintstone. Here's this guy were running, and then there's I. Would feed like dragging on the ground and he stopped the sports. And he said Guinea one minute I'm like, dude, we're. Eight and he's like just Gimme a minute came running a ticket like he had just the Willy Wonka and added. Over in. Tampa Bay Vegas game journey up to go to the game and they finished with I think nine or ten. Owl's some delight that what was the final score garber is six and I never told you this story I don't think carver high and I. Together he'll. He won't admit it because he gets sensitive about food but carver high. Listen. We. Eight fifteen bags of AMS, and at least twelve bags of popcorn. Shut up. The arena and I had kernels of popcorn just when. There was nothing I could do about I didn't have dental flaws and didn't have to I was looking for him. I had I had giant. Popcorn Wednesdays did and I had shocked with all over my deed and lives Zayed's eaten so much eminem's because the game was so good. I just got shoving in my face like I was stoned or something. ACID carbon hours poring bowls of chocolate down his face and he was drinking Kobe. Fi in like seven Pepsi's he had. He was like this. It was double vigilant. Beers. In the spots, Craft Beers up there. I. Here's were. We get in the arena and still got twenty minutes? We that twenty five minutes before the puck drop. When I go collins have dinner, we can get in a media dinner. It's five bucks and we can have some LASAGNA. So he's like I WANNA see all pre game I'm not I'm not doing dinner Mike. Now, not doing it. We're going. I in. Popcorn ago. That's a great idea and we. Forty bags of born and Eminence. Through GM like Ria for a day. In. Cairo. MGM Cover Hides Hardy add like sixteen Pepsi's, and then he drank like nine beers at the at the one. What do they call that the What is it? The lobby BAR GAM Jan lavender? It and make fun of. Like we see all these chicks just drunk off their ass dancing and trying to get picked up man and they're dancing and carbohydrates sitting on the Ledge and he's just hammering bud lights I mean. Water drink and every time he drinks I'm like alcohol I wanNa have a drink and he's Nine beer and side they were the forty ounce beers just like five dollars per. He was just. And thing, a member of the flight we gotta be there at four in the morning Mimi at the the burgers like. I. Be there for. Will Be. there. So let me ask you Do you think that the that having all these idiots saying they should change overtime rules now because fat Mike Milbury opened his mouth. Or. something. John I, stop having these great. All time five overtime games that go down in the history of the greatest game ever played. We have to stop all these great games and which is what he was saying Portuguese that we should have shootouts I'm like shoot out how would I shoot you honestly? I don't ever Wanna see or a dime rules change I don't care who he works for I. Don't care what network keywords for I. don't care if it's NBC or otherwise shut your mouth, go jump in the stands and beat up another innocent person beat up a fan. You guys hockey's just fine. The way it is. Thank you very much. Stay out of it. It's not Michael. Scottie. But I'm a thousand percent sure that we will never go to the shootout at the Stanley Cup playoffs. That's my. That's my guess. Agean that he said that I wear punch him in the face right through the television monitor. You know what it was. CARBERHIGHCBS said it best. He won't admit it. So I'm going to say I said he had to go pick up a meal. He probably is he was going to drive through by two am. It was. He said. That fat ass his mad because he can't get the Wendy's before two am to shove Q. Singles Down it's At. least. I had the stones to say when he's with me, Kara is ruthless. They'll say anything but when he gets on with you or it gets on radio or television, he starts worrying about. says. He. Doubles down phase in two in the morning and the drive through the fat ass that's what he said. Liberal like me just say it dig his wife would just so often. For Greatness. Is based in how about the penguins they lose Canadians, and the only thing they got was they fired the three assistant coaches what? Sent. Christmas cards I mean honest to God. How do you fire Mark Recchi's been with the Organization for like thirty five years? They fired him yeah. I, would I would think more changes are coming. It's obviously not going to be but I think they'll certainly be some personnel changes before the start actually. Don't talk bad about my team commands Long Island I'll find you I hope you guys. I. It's always great to have you on the bench brother I. Love You good to have you on again I enjoy the Stanley. Cup. Last hopefully will get you on before it's over. A few pounds. Nothing. Have a good night. Wow how about that guy just gave us a con job right in with early Oh, against the blue. Attention timeshare owners. This is an urgent consumer are from the timeshare exit hotline a National Company specializing in helping consumers legally get out of their expensive timeshare contracts. We're offering you away to legally get rid of your timeshare. So if you're fed up with the maintenance fees, keep on coming and what you can terminate your timeshare legally and permanently call today even if you've tried before and we're unsuccessful in getting rid of your timeshare call today and see if We can help we offer complete one, hundred percent unconditional client satisfaction guarantee make this completely free call and learn how we can help. 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They're were standing by the linesman and he took his stick and just ran it right into his own plate region hard and a guy dropped to the ice. Did you think he does or do you think he was in pain? I Dunno it looked like there was a lot of force behind it. I would say that he was in pain. I would say he was in pain to one nothing I'm sure the loser and pain after that. Goal. What'd you say the guy's name was Bo what? That'd be both Hornbeck. Bo Horvat had to go on a power play twelve seconds into the power play. So the connects lead one nothing over the blues. We already know what happened today the flyers beat the Canadians two to one. So they take A. One. Zero lead in that series. Provorov. Had A power play goal. Fair. Be had a goal as well for the flyers in the avs when. Everybody knows what happened. Ranan Confer Qadri. The goal scores. Qadri a power play goal from car mechanic. Mckinnon had an assist with land is GonNa ran that was made it three nothing. 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You know the story if you're a fan of the show, you know I talk a lot about basketball but I don't care if you don't like go to bed have a sandwich I'll tell you what it pays off in spades does it when I'm winning you all kinds of money betting on NBA Games because I know so much about basketball, right? Now listen not every single day not every single game not every single play I get right. There's no denying that I get games wrong but I had so many bats basketball. It's sickening. They really is it's it should be a federal offense and then everybody knows ferrallonthebench dot com I do it in Nhl I'm looking for a four NHL anyway slice it. Even if I go three in one, I'm still making you money. So. Baseball same thing. I there is no denying though I feel like the bedding in baseball is harder right now with the pressure of the sixty Gamer. was. Almost twenty games into it I, mean like around seventeen eighteen games covered high. So I mean. Every. Day matters and it's just harder. I think. There's The pitching's been bad I. think it's been high yeras as given a lottery loans, etc, and the ball bands have been bad. I think the hitters have been bad. There's only a few guys lighting it up. You know that we talked about Charlie blackmon today. On coast-to-coast, he's in five hundred. But they got there has be today. The Dine. EVAC. So I think your bottom of the barrel. They'd be. Rags as why in that ballpark it's like. Playing with a ball. It. There're guy every guy hits a home run every guy visit triple or a double I mean it's It's almost like it's. It should have never build it there to be honest with you. I, mean, think about it they gave them a ball a ball club. They've had some semblance of success there affair. They've done decent. They've had a couple of good years right but would you argue that that's I mean that's candy ass plan in that stadium with guys. I mean they have like twenty thirty run games, Fifty Games like what is that I? MEAN THAT'S Just, not right. It's not good for baseball if you ask me and I love Denver is a great city I love I love the Rocky Mountains I've been there a million times I've lived there. It's just a Ghandi state I love it but don't even tell me baseball should be played there honestly in that will. I remember a couple years ago. I remember how they tried selling you. We're going to put the balls in these humidifiers. You know we're GONNA we're. GonNa put the balls the humidifiers and it's going to help the ball from flying out of the BALLPARK SHIRT DID A. Good job and he put the ball in the humidifier before they bring it out in the field calm down is still scored. Twenty runs a game they're. Not a guy, the does the commercials for Burger King the Fat Black Guy that does the. Commercials A he. At once and really funny. Do you know who I'm talking about? He's really he's really to do you know that he's the same guy that does the Popeye's chicken commercial when he goes and goes to something special. Got Something special going on between us. Have you ever seen him when he's talking to the Sandwich? No I. Honestly I zone a lot of these commercials out I. I got no idea what's going on what did you think of having? He's doing he's doing double is what I'm saying he's on, he's on Popeye's and he's on. The Burger King Commercial. That they are I think that their own by the same company. Okay. Well, he says in the Virgin commercials like I'm out of here before you even catch on, you might be lying that I two five bucks. Because you might be lying, he was getting my money I gotta go. You could be lying to me right now I love it, and then there's another version of it where he's like eating and he's like slides and onions tomato these like the only problem here is there's not two miles these at the same time. To operas and. I love that dude. Anyway. I, don't think they should play baseball. In Rondo. I know it's. Football bad enough. You know that you've got an advantage when the kicker on the team has like some charity that if he kicks sixty five yarder like everyone in the state of a Colorado gets like a free beer. You know that the guy, the sixty five yarder is like a, it's like. A drunk college kid getting to camped at the let's say the big ten game at halftime from forty yards out barefoot and if he hits the field goal, he gets ten grand or something that's about with this like. That guy what's his name McManus or something? McManus yes. He's already predicting like a yard field goals. Drinks the NFL record this year everybody in Denver gets a cold one. That's what it is that record sixty, five or something. Sixty five is where it's. So somebody eventually beat them see the guy died. banishes dinner was the guy in a Detroit. The Kicker Guide Dewey, and then he eventually got. got. Together and he just operators is that his name? Yes. Prater has the record at sixty four. So with sixty four yarder, Dempsey had sixty three which was tied by Ilham. Janikowski. David Akers Graham Gano. So. That is why sixty five's the number McManus They WanNa see him beat the prater number. So I'm just glad I could remember to field goal kickers names in distant cities. You know what I mean like that. I can remember that is a great time because I have very Alzheimer's. Cover High said that I'm WORC- because I. Here's so people can understand how what it's like. He's because he'll never admit this stuff on the air he never does but I I'll just say what he said Amigos. I said listen I'm play this knife and my back is killing me God. You're such a Wussy. and. I was like would. You say to me. because. I just WanNa play ball and I don't have time for like a knife in my back like a bleeding back like I'm just bleeding to death in agony. I have like, I feel like I have slipped disks and if I do unfinished, I can tell you. Once. You do that like you blow out a disc or something in your bag you're done you won't do anything you don't. Get off the couch. I told you the story my dog had his blown out his knee and he's already blown out another one. The Blues Has Guard you get you. Get. So the dog has. Blown out both knees now it's had major reconstructive knee surgery once on the right leg now he's blown out the left leg and he's having. Surgery I, think Tuesday on his knee, and what is like Wednesday or something? So, anyway my dog now with. His knee. Blown out can't walk. So the dog is on morphine and he's just literally riding. Riding the lightning. Dogging, so high. I mean, tell you this dog has not moved in like three days. It's it's literally just it is so out of it and just completely crippled on morphine that he can't even h you can barely go outside at all to go to the bathroom like yet a cherry him out the door now I got a harness for him like The medal is the harness racing. I got I. got to see you drag in this two hundred pound dog around. Ilma tomorrow when I do it so that I can send it to sports great and they can show me gurgling up my dog, my two hundred dog I got a girdle wrapped around his onions and and I lift him up because he can't walk his legs blown out his completely flat tire late to tire flew off the car it's in the desert the the guys part on the side of the road he's cars are driving by doing eighty giving them the finger. That's how bad is dogs got a blown out tire. I gotTA blown out back and I broke my arm to playing Saturday I got some dude bone on bone on my arm and I have the worst like broken arm bone. Bruise. Deep. Wicked Bruce. And cover highly paid, you're such a VERSI. 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The first Promo there you got to hear for the mightier. Ten. Awesome stuff. It I like it. I thought it was I thought that was awesome. I really liked that they didn't running this. This. Stunt loop thing out there in southern California about a on ten ninety about the history of the station. And it's got this. You know it's got this big chunk of it is dedicated to. Both Man Jack and obviously carver high you know that a million people have called my show over the years and asked me if I was Wolfman Jack Right. Yes then. But I that's Very flattering to me if you ask me because. Wolfman Jack was a radio. God. Stood Absolute Titan in radio and he did show. On that station that's where he did it. In La and Back in the day. That was it. and. So they run this big looping. There's a big chunk of a dedicated the Wolfman Jack and it's really cool. And Great excited because I have a history there lived there for a long time and I love it there. I go there on vacation a lot. I'm willing to say that. I'm a fan of the area I. I love it there. I could live there again in five minutes tomorrow. So for me, it was always cool being on there. It's a great station and back in the day. I was on, you know the mighty six ninety and all the and all the rest became mighty ten ninety but. This is fantastic. You know people don't understand. And I'll. Just be brief. Thank. The station literally goes from Heaven to Hell it is valley the valley, the most powerful radio signal you've ever in your life, you can hear it in San, Diego. You can hear it in Santa Barbara near the north of Los Angeles you can hear it everywhere, Orange County Los Angeles. You can hear it in San. Diego up and down the central coast. You can hear it everywhere from the Baja. To literally above Lipstick City and all I know is I tell people you can hear it in Vegas Running this thing booms like mother for Eller. It BOHM's like nothing you've ever seen in your life station. Twenty four million people can hear that radio. Signal. That's crazy. That's just absolutely crazy and. You can't even deny it. I will say this emphatically over and over. So I live. I live twenty five minutes thirty minutes from Manhattan. Right. And I can literally. If I listened to the am right if I listened to the AM radio. In New, York I can't here where I live thirty minutes thirty minutes from Manhattan. I can't hear. The Fan. Eighty. CBS, I cannot hear ten ten `whens. W. ABC seventy-seven none of them. They all have static. I mean, you'd think I was at Antarctica. That's how far away it sounds like I am to that signal. And I'm just being honest. I'm not even kidding you. Now I don't know about on Long Island if you turn that, Amazon does it come in when you drive all the way to your crib? Does it get staticky? The AM side. Staticky you can hear it. But now that most of these stations have gone to the FM signal as well it's You know it's just a little bit different I. Just don't put it on his high or whatever but. You can hear it on Long Island. Okay. Well, where I live, you cannot here. So it comes in terribly you're driving in your car and you have on you WANNA kill yourself because it goes in and out and it's absolute torture massive. Frequency problems right. So to make story shorter. This station in San? Diego you don't have that problem. They don't have that problem so I tell the truth. I worked there for twenty five years and it sucks the the stations in New York. They don't have any onions don't have any they don't have any. Strength, it just don't go anywhere, I don't know if it's the weather, the snow, the rain, the humidity, the I don't know if it's the people that there's twenty million people here are more. There's nine million people in New York City by the way straight today everybody in their brother three hundred people a day are moving out of New York? City. Hundred people a day moving out of New York City. Did you see that story? I say. I did read that story and. Being someone who lives on Long Island not in New York City but I can understand why that's happening. while. Gina the if you were to try to move right now at a new. York City you couldn't even get a moving van to do it. You'd have to do it yourself and you would not get truck. They don't have trucks available. There's just they're all gone because they're taking everyone's moving. There's three hundred people a day. So there's no tracks there's no moving vans no one will do it because there's so many people fleeing. So here's the nine million people that live there and twenty, five, million people whatever in the area, and there's so many people it's so congested maybe that has something to do with it. I can't hear those stations in La you can hear their station all the way if you were if you were in heaven at the pearly gates and Saint Peter said do you I'm sorry son your behavior is deplorable or sending you to hell immediately. You know what I would say to him. Well at least I can hear ten, ninety all the way down the slide. Because you can hear it all the way. There's no no. Wavering, there's no frequency Brahms or static there's no in and out it is just rock star status. So here's what I'm GONNA. Do just say now I'm GonNa come on there and I just take over. This is going happen know that it's common because they already know the words out the word is out and it's happening and it is all going down. It's going to be ugly. Just going to be so ugly. So ugly. Fantastic. Let's next carver high end up having to move back out there and I. That would. That would be the logical next step is for you to just flat out just going live there. Well, I mean I'm GonNa take it over might as well move back there. I owned it once before they had me on onto stations before that's how big I was. Habe want commie whatever you want to listen to this guy talking about big. Bro I was onto stations I'm talking about before before hours and FM frequencies you know these stages like the fan air they're on a side and on the FM side, they all have it now. ESPN does it they all do it? Day Am and FM signal their stations all over the country doing it now but back in the day. I was on two different stations owned by two different companies. That's how big the station of the show us it was. They put me on. All the am stations and FM stations, but they were all different they. They weren't owned by the same company like they all are now. I was working for two different companies carry in the show. So believe me you. It just absolutely took over Los. Angeles. I was on stage with Howard Stern and I mean I kicked ass and took names I have no idea. There wasn't a soul alive that didn't listen to it. Everyone listen. Believable it was absolutely unbelievable. Good, shows on that station do the van, the Kayla's acts on that was bad as a screw that station too like they screw up everything else in radio. He suits they ruin everything. They really do you wonder why they're all divorced and lonely? Because they can't even keep her happy let alone people at a radio station. I've seen a butcher, every station, the greatest stations in America that I've been I've been on all of them. I've seen a butcher, every one of them, but like Sam, the butcher. Like. was there another butcher that killed people Carver High was. The I think that we could find some people with a butchering background. WHO took the cleaver out of sure. We could find a few was planning it out anyway. So we're going back out there. It's going to be cool. Tomorrow on the show, I'll reveal win. Very exciting. I have to hold back on on releasing that information right now do threats. From above people threatening me now. Telling me, they'll have my tongue cut out. The my throat like this. Over my head on the right side. Every time I do everything is backwards there. It is very me right over there. Right over there. I demand. A. So. Who Do you think's GonNa Win Carver high the. Biden and Camera Harris or a liar. I. Don't know. It and that by not oh, man at granny he's GonNa he's got slaughter him. You know that I have you know that I have major issues with all. Of the candidates I don't I don't i. don't like anybody. You know that I ever all chicks and all the African Americans off GonNa vote for. Everyone of the matter. Saul alive. And then the rest of them I said today I think I said today on coast goes the everyone else that. Has No job they're going to vote for them to. You're listening to Ferrall on the bench here on sports overnight America you strings missed it but you talk so much. To more over here. Talk. Talk. Point have you written a book? 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You know this anytime. He's in the line of what does he do? He hits. He. Raked since he. Rakes. I. Get it. He's a bit of a hack in the field. We'll find a way to fix that just get him out there every single day. They can't figure out way to put him in the field. He was an adventure out there last year. That's for sure I mean he had problems I mean had balls flying over his head. He had all sorts of things happening but he's to lethal at the plate he is is bad is too good. To find a way to blame them why not make him the DA Yet, well, now you can do that. You know that you're going to be able to do that with stanton out right now you and who knows what judge to, but you're GonNa have an opportunity now stand gone you can put them into a little bit more. I need to love. So here we go. I just need a lot 'cause. They had him they had Ford is the D. H.. So. I don't understand frazier was right field. So Clinton got out the right. So there you go. He did get out in the field tonight he might have weren't gonNA listen I'm sure he spent the whole off season working on it. It was such a problem for the Yankees last year he had to have worked on his play out in the outfield. What's going to get him out game. How about Lemay Mayhew Four for five two runs an RBI, he's hitting four thirty one. He continues to be the best player on the Yankees for two years in a row. He's the best player in here the different you know the difference between him and Aaron. Judge. He plays every day. He's not a Wussy judge who plays Five Games a month, and then he shut down. To play again, wanted to play Aaron and barren. told him. No judge wanted to play tonight. Well I if he had tightness, I wouldn't have played him either the tightness leads to tears your boy judge with his health history. tells. You got to tweak I'd send him on to the Caribbean for three days. Bubble wrap. I mean, honestly, the Red Sox lost to the raise nine five in Blake's now. The White Sox beat the Tigers seven five dynamex thirteen seven over the rockies. A, eight four over the angels cubs seven to over the Indians, the MARLINS and a wild game in Buffalo. Tonight over the Blue Jays fourteen eleven intended innings. The royals beat the reds five for the Orioles beat the phillies five four astros five one over the giants twins twelve to over the brewers mets eleven six over the nationals. I gave you a lot of winners today carver high and Did you hear about grinky tonight what he was doing? No. What happened to him? So grinky, had them eating out of his cons tonight so grantee one, five one and I have to check his numbers here. Real quick. Let's see. So, modern automated three run shot whatever I just need to see the. HOUSTON. Pitching go grinky. Six hundred third seven heads. One run one earned one walk seven games. So he was he literally. He was telling the batters in the game what he was gonNA throw them and they were still striking out. So he was like fast ball coming right now and they literally knew what was going to be and they still were striking out. That's the story that I'm seeing right now they're selling that story. I just got the story cranky causes. bitches still gets the strike outs and. They're going to show me I'm sure. So he made his start, he delivered his second straight quality start. Talking about it appeared he was calling out signs and signaling pitches to his catcher. Stadium was empty and because he wasn't subtle men leading the opposition know exactly what was coming And then there's a video of it. And then there's drinking motioning with two fingers. The way catchers tend to breaking balls before according a whiff on a slider. All his own are you watching it? I just watched the video of it. Yeah. Did. It I saw do it. He did the two fingers slider. And they still couldn't. Eh. Whether or not he was conducting socialist Vernon. How're little knowing what's coming matters is anyone's gas. It's obvious. That's what he was doing. You gotta be kidding me. Here's another. I wanted to I to see this. That's ball. Everybody, knows everybody knows what's going with right now George. Here we go. I'm like watching this. I can't even believe it. He he actually was doing that. Whatever you know the funny thing is he's He is libby but I I I'm not that intimidated by Zach creaky. On the mound anymore are you like I mean he's good. I've never sat rate by Zach rank you on the mound you watch that cranky pinch of the postseason, and then you really find out while you're not intimidated by Zach ranking. Right you know what I mean like I'm not I'm not afraid of him. If I'm the Yankees or anybody. I think anyone can beat him. But he tonight, he was acting like he's some kind of bad ass though or something. Is that what that was? I need to know because it's it's driving me nuts. No, anyway here's the deal. So I saw as well the the matchups, right? Did we already know this I mean, this is locked in stone now box magic rap. That's eastern conference playoffs. We don't know the waxed. East, is East is set because now Philadelphia cannot catch. Indiana or Miami for that four five see buddy is going to be having a lot of fun with is that he? Pacers. Jimmy Butler and Warren and all those that's going GonNa. Be The series that has all the highlights on it. Because they don't like each other. And you like that you like to have a little bit of juice because let's be. The Raptors in a seven game series and I don't think did Philadelphia's healthy enough? To Philadelphia Boston series would have a little bit. Juice to it but no Simmons embiid walking around as usual like could be hurt. I just don't I don't see how they beat the Celtics I just don't. So. They're athletic industry starting August twenty third, which is. A week from next. Monday. Next Monday's the seventeen. Nike Launching Mamba. Week. Very excited eight, twenty, three, the. 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I know that some people might be offended by it, but it is what it is and. If, you can't handle it. Then you know have a sandwich is shrink or anything when I go see a controversy. Movie documentary or things about any walks of life you name it race. Religion sexual orientation or otherwise I can see anything and I'm out from where that happened. Nike is confirmed an ongoing commitment to celebrate Bryant through product releases that ultimately benefit. Funding for US sports initiatives, which is great. It's all. Also, it'll fund all those youth sports initiatives because they're going to make so many hundreds of millions of dollars goods they're just. Making. Money off of Kobe Bryant and his and Vanessa is GonNa make a lot of money and and her kids are GonNa make a lot of money. That's just all there is to it. Right? They'RE GONNA they've already got the Mamba the Kobe. Brian Shoe collection and Nike. tickling I even said this on. Several pairs of shoes and they're expensive. 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We can finally talk about some insanity coming out of California in the the four s usually were insanity comes from and New York state, of course, but But yeah in this case California on a judge ordering Uber and lift and presumably any other rideshare services operating in California to reclassify their drivers as employees. So this is kind of case that we've been watching over. Sadly developed over the years we can talk about that in detail. And then of course, there's plenty of stupid mask rules. We've got a special guest that we are expecting here in just moments and I believe he's join us. WE'RE GOING TO TAKE A. We're GONNA take his call without screening it here just because he's a guest, I took him last night at work. He was expected here brock are you with us? I am I am can you hear me? We got to allow Dr Brock Pierce is with us here from Brock. Dot Vote. Brockway, you appeared on episode of, Free Talk Live from some bitcoin conference or another three. D. Three. Okay. That was a while back and so it's been a little while we heard the news that you were running for. President. This talked about it a few times now. Yup, and normally we don't have politicians on the show. So it's unusual that we would actually have any politician on. Your in the ranks of Ron. Paul here there really aren't any other politicians we've ever had on the show. So I just I'm not trying to have on show Jorgensen True I. Forgot about her yeah we didn't have her too but. With. The exception of like some Pretty Libertarian folks. We don't we don't bring politicians on here. So I want to welcome you back to freetalklive. Thank you. Well thank you for having me back and I guess as someone running for for office. The fact that I've already been on before hopefully qualifies me it's helpful say. Here so you're obviously qualified. bitcoin person that's where we I ran into you were I would say probably somewhat of an early adopter in the world of crypto currency, some people may remember your name from some classic movies from yesteryear but these days you're you're in the world of Bitcoin and apparently running for president was it that motivated you Brooke? Well, there's a bunch of reasons but I'd say really just being concerned about the. Really the state of the world today I look around and I am very worried about our collective future. I'm a father of two young girls and so that. You know just wondering what kind of world is going to be left behind for them, and what kind of world will there be for the generations that follow if there will be any world at all and so that's a big motivation for me. We have as a number of sort of existential threat saw focus on color one of the technology one's. Technology is changing. The world is changing rapidly and I am watching regulators. Make Decisions I. Don't know if you saw what happened today but the CEO Uber announced they might be shutting down Uber in the In the state of California. Excellent. I'm glad to hear that because we're actually going to cover that story tonight and I hadn't heard the update. Yeah well, I mean the the CEO announced that they may be shutting down in California. Listed the hat now. Yeah. But this is a as someone in the bitcoin space in the CRYPTO and blockchain space. Technology is changing the world rapidly -Ture and we need leadership that actually understands what's happening that can bridge the gap to allow innovation to occur to allow innovation to flourish and what you're seeing in. California. There is an example of something that is stifling innovation and it will push that innovation away. I. Think that we're living through the fourth industrial revolution and I would like to see America of beneficiary of this change we are historically, we've been the capital of innovation I believe we have the choices are to stay and. And decisions that are being made by our government and regulators may be overstepping. Based upon call it old systems incumbent players lobbyists is is not going to serve our collective future. Okay So. Let's create a potential future here brock gets elected and we can talk about how that's even going to be possible because that's a big challenge for an independent candidate but let's just say you you go ahead and you get elected there's an amazing sea change people actually pay attention to. Cutting down and we get less. Yeah. We we actually get a bitcoin her in public office in the most powerful position in all the federal government and New Hampshire passes, which is where we live. By the way we're here in Keene New Hampshire was southwest corner of New Hampshire. The State of New Hampshire comes forward with constitutional amendment to withdraw from the United States. What is Brock Pierce? Have to have to say about that. Well it's. It's an interesting one. So clearly I've been on the. Front lines focused on how do we Bill. Distributor decentralized systems. Which means that I think it's important that we decentralize. It's less about centralized control command and control were seeing that it's not a resilient architecture and we look at these risks around our energy grids today and a host of issues that we're seeing and so generally speaking I believe in giving more power to the. Local government. And the state government and then. You know least of all at a federal level is just philosophically where I come from in terms of. Succession from the United States I guess the question is, when are we talking in the next term or are we talking twenty, twenty, four, twenty, eight? Every in office I mean, let's say effective immediate soon as possible. Yeah. No, it's. It's. It's an interesting. Discussion I mean clearly Tim Draper has publicly endorsed me. Tim Draper. Investment Guy Right in the tech World Crypto Tech. Yeah he's at the draper. Has probably done more in three generations of supporting entrepreneurs and innovation than any other family certainly in terms of visibly. Probably, the main supporters of the American dream. And so and then quite a bit internationally big bitcoin. And He's endorsed, but he put forward a proposal to. Break California up. He's he's been putting forth a bunch of these big bold ideas and so what I what I would say is I don't have the answers. To everything but I'm always interested in having that conversation about. Why I'm open minded right I'm I'm willing to suspend. Belief I don't look I'm not limited by the status quo and. That's a pretty good answer to the question Bronco I'll give you credit for that but here's how I'd answer. Here's the way you look at it. Here's the way you look. Please tell me tell me what you think. I would. I'd love. Meet with somebody to talk about whatever the grievances are that New Hampshire has because I mean the idea that New Hampshire goes from zero to succession in you know just in the in the blink of an eye in the in the course of one sentence is what we were talking. It's ridiculous and get elected I know and I'm just saying. I just thought it would take one sense. I'd like to the governor of New Hampshire and see what am I Didn't ask you, I'm just saying. So the question is New Hampshire's going to leave what do you as president do about it? We're leaving. Are you going to roll in troops or you going to say see you later. There's A. Ambulance going by It's It's a good question I mean. You know. So take I live in Puerto Rico and so. It's definitely. An interesting question, right. So in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight at the end of the Spanish war. These Spanish handed over essentially a number of countries that became US territories of the Philippines in Cuba being the most interesting because those worry US territories, Cuba obviously went through their their Castro revolutionary. Period. And left the US the Philippines at the end of World War Two were granted their sort of sovereignty and independence. In that environment the Philippines was able to maintain a relationship with the. United States. Seeking military protection and all of the sorts of things that dumb that they needed and so I think the right the right answer there is to again I think as as proposed, have a conversation with the governor. As soon as possible standby brock and you stick with us here for another segment, we got time for course. Pierce here in a moment, he's with us his websites. 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You know being out front of the grocery stores, collecting signatures, old fashioned petitions, not through a political party, which during Khobar, today's is no small feat and just to tell you how rigged our political system is take take New York. For example, in the state of New York you needed fifteen thousand signatures usually right? That's a big number that's a lot of signatures right and so in Kovin that's almost impossible number of signatures just for one st and so in April. In April as New York was being hit. Harder than anywhere in the world with covert what does the governor do instead of decreasing the number and say, Hey, let's allow electric. Fifteen thousand to fifteen hundred, he said, I'm going to increase to forty five thousand to make sure no independent candidate can run here. I keep going through story after story as someone walking through the right in the heart of the beast seeing the system, the two party system is rigged. I am fully committed. To supporting independent candidates through this election twenty, twenty, two, twenty, twenty, four, and you've followed my career at all I am not a quitter and I wanted to answer one other thing you mentioned earlier, which is, is there any chance? Right? Is this possible and so I've been talking to the top political strategists and such. Brock you're like a serious guy. You like make crazy things happen so. kind of taking you seriously but I don't know why I should. Like what can you possibly do with the time that you have and I go? Well, did you know that you don't have to win the election to become president? Obviously they're like what? WHO, how I go. Well, you understand how our electoral process works right in our general election. It runs off the Electoral College vote you need to win a majority of the Electoral College vote, Majoria they're like, okay. Key running seventy one or something right two to seventy because there's five thirty eight to seventy. So what happens in a tie in tie it's to sixty nine to sixty nine. This is what happened in season five of the television show veep but more importantly. Eighteen hundred Thomas Jefferson versus Aaron Burr. Also, if a third party candidate such as myself and my running mate Carla Ballard who happens to be in the car with me who is a descendant of Aaron Burr by the way. If a third party were to win even one st just one st it becomes possible that no one wins a majority. If a third party where to win three states, it becomes likely. And so Meister, our strategy is not to win the election. Our strategy is to win between one and three states so that no one wins the election officer these political advisors are like. No one is ever tried that before there's never been a politician running for president that they're aware of that hasn't tried to win or run a national campaign. That's we are running a campaign targeting on fifteen states using data driven. So Brittany the great hack is one of the campaign managers and so we are a data driven technology forward digital DNA type of group does crazy stuff on the front lines don't. Hold on. That's very exciting. It sounds very interesting but don't they have like a system to deal with this they flip a coin or something like that. You know what happens. When somebody doesn't get a majority where where's it going to do? So I'm pretty added like some body votes on it. I would guess that it was it's the US House of Representatives Yeah. It's the Twelfth Amendment and so the House of Representatives. So what happens is they kick it to the house and the top three candidates that have at least one electoral vote are then the candidates to be decided amongst but it doesn't run on the electoral sort of like a scale. Each state gets one vote, and so you have fifty votes. One of three candidates needs to get twenty six votes and most of our data if this strategy works suggests that it will be split. And so one hundred percent of the time. That the house had to choose amongst three candidates. One hundred percent of the time they chose the third place candidate as president as a compromise. You know that's how that's all at once but instill is a hundred percent three hundred. Kurd in history that there was an electoral that's really good though so You're eighteen hundred, and then the last time that we had a party. Race Tie was in the year eighteen, twenty four and they chose John Quincy Adams as third place to be president instead of Andrew Jackson was in first place but Andrew? Jackson did come back to eighteen twenty eight and so the political minds are kind of looking at me going. Who Are you? I build systems I'm systems designer, I I study history to in they're like, wow. Wow. You actually have a strategy that may not be probable may not be likely but wow, it's possible. You actually you actually have strategy that is within reach like you could break the two party system. This is interesting. You're crazy man but we like it. I like crazy like that around here. Yeah. I think that well, okay. So I'm curious which states are you going to target? So we're targeting fifteen states. Okay. New. Hampshire I wish was on my list. On my list, I. So wish because this is such a New Hampshire move but New Hampshire's ballots closed. So early that I'd fortunately, we didn't get on New Hampshire they're still a small chance that through some miracle back to the angel stuff that you mentioned earlier that something happens by we're looking at Wyoming, which is a block chain crypto pro legislative state. Yep We're looking at my home state of Minnesota. I'm here Alaska Vermont Utah. A whole host estates we're going to, we're using data Colorado One of the things that separates us from Bolton your major party candidates. Is We are pro cannabis I think I've put out there already the idea of legalizing cannabis federally on Day One and I have a fisherman. The other idea that we're talking about is like full-on pardon pardon and expunging the records if every canvas criminal in the country. Okay. To look. What about every drug non-violent drug criminal have about all? This is also again I'm a on a supporter, a substantial supporter of maps familiar organization. Standards. Customer Cannella. So I. I am a big believer in Rick Goblin in the work that they're doing around PTSD and impacted house. I mean, we're one step away from FDA approval because the data is that compelling that effective in treating PTSD Or do you gotta go your call? Stay stay with brock. He's with us here from Brock Dot vote if you WanNa join the discussion. If you've got a question for him, he's running for president and it's kind of interesting strategy I gotta say. The number here is eight, fifty, five, four, hundred, fifty free like freedom. That's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. This is free talk live. Do. 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Tournament I'm about to walk through what was the autonomous zone I'm not sure it's still in a own. Anything on fires. Now that I can see because I'm still on the I'm make I want to make sure that I give you all my time and attention and I WANNA make sure to also amping guys up I may a fan of the work that you do you run a run a wonderful wonderful show Camper. I love what you do. It's back to the to the thing. But I we don't have to talk about free talk live anymore I. Appreciate. It let's let's talk about Let's talk about your while you're saying about drug criminals specifically cannabis you said, you were behind maps and it's the multi, Multi Disciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies I. Think that's what it stands for. They do great work. So I totally agree with you. There does that mean that Brock Pierce if you were elected as president would within the first week or so signed pardons for all victimless criminals who are nonviolent in federal prison. I can't commit to that yet but that's the conversation that would you come out? For Ross Britt. That's an interesting one not first in the list we'd start with maybe Edward Snowden and work our way through he was. Telling. At not long and so I would encourage everyone listening that cares right. These this these conversations are on the table, right? If anyone was ever going to do it it's more likely this crew than any other crew that you've got listed right now. Because I, I, I'm not personally a believer in the the war on drugs I don't believe that drugs are a criminal justice issue I believe it's a a mental health and social issue and how do we assist people and I also don't believe that all things we call drugs are drugs. I think some of those things are proving to be medicines and I think some of the things we call medicines are looking more like drugs are we have an opioid epidemic in this country? I certainly don't think spending sixty, sixty, eight, thousand dollars a year. Throwing people into jail or prison for something that is not harming others is the right answer. If you take a look at countries like Portugal, look at the work being done in Switzerland, we now have pretty I think we got real statistics we've got real data empirical data. It's going back more than two decades. And I think that this needs Dan but I'd like to invite all of you. To participate in this conversation starting next week. The some of the topics that we just mentioned are going to be live and I invite you to participate in the conversation to figure out what matters to you on like any other presidential candidates you've had. We are literally giving you a voice. We believe Your Voice Matters Your Voice counts and we are putting forth our policy positions into a collaborative platform where you can comment at it debate etc, and so. I. About each of these, you're singing the tune that I definitely want to hear but I'm not hearing any commitment from you. So like you know you are in favor of how can you have an open source collaborative discussion about the issues when you just come mean this is what I think could change my mind. Well, okay. Fine. Good to have principles and positions WANNA have a possessing but I. But. I gave you my my positions I've said this. Think Right. Working I think it's causing more harm. Well, I'm saying, let's have this conversation right I'm telling you this is what I think. This is what does President Your Business have a conversation. Well, it has not up to hold on hold on it should be the idea that that we believed that the president has the answer to everything i. think what really is what matters most is, what is the process to getting to the right answer I believe in. Transparency Right. I. Believe in. Okay. I. Don't know the answer to this question, but let me show you how I get to the answer. Let me show you who the people are that I consult. Are they lobbyists or are they people that you've heard of and you have faith and confidence in and that's why we're holding public town halls we had one today we're having another one, a national town halls, every Wednesday going forward virtual town halls, which you can find on the website and then many town halls on each of these subjects. There will be a mini townhall specific talking about how do we end the? War, on drugs bringing in experts like Rick Dobelin. These conversations are going to be had leading up to the election because we want you to be part of the process, your voice I heard here and I hope that people are able to be brought on board with these ideas. You know if there's somebody like Rick Rick Tomlin present presenting these ideas than Shirley he's going to be persuasive. Shirley he's going to persuade many of the people in that audience that drugs need to be given another look in they need to be decriminalized and legalized, and the war on drugs needs to end. I don't doubt that that is. Something that would come out of those conversations I. Guess my question is Brock after how many conversations would you need to have before you would be able to make up your mind and say, yes, I as president will pardon Ross over to our listeners who don't know is the man who created and operated for some amount of time the Silk Road, which was the first the world's first underground drug and free market place on the Internet. And he's now in a to life sentence plus forty year prison sentence that will never end unless the president pardons him or commutes his sentence. So I mean at what point would you be able to make up your mind about then? Well. I. I know Ross's mother I'm connected to a lot of people in the movement that have been. Petitioning lobbying praying for gathering, protesting for his freedom and so I think you could ask for a better person than someone that actually is intimately familiar with the situation. And is. Call, it has a A mindset that is. In. Line with a the reason I guess I'm on this show and been here before. And like openly saying, let's have this conversation. How many conversations I think it's really two parts right? One is building consensus right and is this what call it the American people want right and then at some point because you've been put into that position of informs what they want. To do the right thing to do and that's that's the second. Point I was going to make is consensus and what is right it's about justice right and it just is and there is right and there's wrong and just because something is a law doesn't make me right? Slavery was legal at one point. So I mean this is this is why our system has to go through continual evolution. What we thought was right yesterday is not necessarily right today and may not be right tomorrow so. Russell Britain. Well, he saying that he doesn't know until they've I? I. I. Don't know how we're going to have on. We're GONNA. We're GONNA hold on. We're going to have a child. Well, let's clinched. What is right and what is wrong? It's your position. Well, let's get into two pieces of it on the first piece There's the Silk Road and and there's the debate of the Silk Road the new wants situation with Ross is the hits and and and bill. The hiring the alleged yet never progressed de yes yes. This is where it's not. So it's not so cut and dry right. It's a little a conversation that has to be had and I want to have this conversation I invite you to come on our. Show and let's continue this and that's happening. That's happening UH tonight but. It. Already happened we've wrapped up an hour before the next one. When's the next one next Wednesday's the next national one and I will follow up with you to make sure that you're part of this and I would love to have you like at the a participant in the town hall. Scott another question for you. 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Tied situation with the electoral votes possibly throw some support towards him in a tiebreaker that would have to be done by it sounds like the the US Senate or something like that. So we can continue if you've got a question, eight, fifty, five, four, fifty, free that's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three, He's a Crypto guy and I think we wanted to get into a little bit of that Area Marketing Yo you had a question for brock yeah well I I think that Brock's going to be on about fifteen state ballots at this point what about the other thirty five? WHAT IF PEOPLE This and WanNa vote what does a write in even do have you looked at it. Yeah, we'll be a write in We'll be on the ballot or right in in over forty state. So almost everywhere with only a handful of states that make it. Hard for independence, and by the way every time independent its success in a state what do they do they make it harder? They make it much harder and so. It's it's interesting thing to watch and Yeah no you might be. You might be the last independent campaign in American history if you. It's it's certainly possible but. I believe that we ultimately need to transcend or rise above partisan politics I think we need a political revolution in this country. I think that the answer is not left to right. It's how do we go forward and this idea that for me to win, you have to lose that isn't the answer I think we need to just basically leave partisan politics behind go check out this website, liberate dot us or liberate dot us the video there. That's a anonymous created. Talks about this, this political. Nonviolent Revolution that is necessary. Mark. Did you crypto related? Yeah. What about So so which one of the crypto currencies going to be the national? Currency of the United States. Well I I I'm one of the founders of tether. which we? Invented the stable coin arguing about ten trillion dollars a year and transactional volumes. Be. The cryptocurrency. No. So I'm again my my thinking is and I encourage us to all have a town hall gathering to engage in conversation to make sure that everyone's voices are heard I don't want to be the authority on everything I WanNa make sure that we are we are connecting communicating and and hearing from those that have strong opinions at least to some degree. I believe in creating that type of environment I I, I, don't think that the government having a monopoly on money is. Currently think that's the right answer. You abolish the Fed. The federal. So. Yeah. The Fed is an interesting one right because it's not nineteen thirteen, it's the twenty twenty. So let's let's just play out two theories. Right to ideas a end, the Fed men audit the Fed. If you ended the Fed. Would you do? Hold on. But if you ended the Fed, who manages the US dollar, you give it to treasury. Do you think the US government's going to do a better job of it worse job of it I'm not saying I have the answer I'm these are these are the things that I contemplate. I've been thinking about this stuff for years and so. I don't have a definitive answer. Do I believe you know one of my pillars of my entire philosophical view in life that applies to everything is I believe in truth and therefore transparency? and. So I do believe that accountability is a very, very important attribute to building systems that work well, and so I definitely think that. Auditing the Fed and and making sure that that that decisions are being made in a more transparent less opaque fashion is is a good answer I believe shedding light. On Shadow and so that is an my whole life for over ten years has been dedicated to that concept. So I clearly. Think that that is a very important conversation that should be had. I. I don't see I think ending the Fed doesn't actually solve anything in the short term right what's your? Point. Of course I am. We have alternative currency already that people could use if the Fed was abolished. well, I again, I don't think that's so simple. We have a first of all bitcoin doesn't scale to basically be usable by everyone in the country today it's not easy enough to use by everyone. Security flaws still exists emily bitcoin is not ready for Primetime just working on I've been I've been working on this I mean I'm I'm as big an advocate for it as you get bitcoin. Up Right now with the fees are yeah, we just aren't ready yet. That's the reality. None of these systems are yet ready but I don't think we're far away I. could you know it's it's possible within this next presidential term of four years that crypto could be ready to scale. Up to a level that it could a really be because I don't I've never been involved in Crypto as a as a tool to bring down the systems. I've believed that the system is at risk I'm concerned about the system failing, and so I'm focused on things like bitcoin and otherwise as a plan B as a backup system so that if the system fails. The whole thing doesn't collapse on us. At least we've got I believe in parallel systems right? You've got the old world in the new world. These are parallels suffice it to say brock as president would not do anything to attack the CRYPTO currency universe. I mean, it would make me. An incredible hypocrites which I don't have a history of being? People wanted the majority of people at your town halls. Wanted you have banned CRYPTO CURRENCY Well I mean it would how representative so there is a line where you will enact your own beliefs and disregard the will of the people. Well. There is at some point. What is right right you have to also. Not Among. I have not said it's not I said let's have that conversation. And as someone that is actually very familiar with it as someone that knows his mother and Amongst other things Julian assange is. I think a much easier ish few. Certainly one that has. A less complications mom. Again, they're all all the same I'm throwing it out there that I would like to have a conversation about Edward Snowden Julian assange manning Rossall, break I. Don't think that these should be standalone Tallinn town halls. Let's actually get together and talk about these people that some consider to be villains. Some considered to be heroes the problem with with talking about them, and maybe you're just talking about doing it before you're get your elected. But the only problem with talking is every day you have these conversations, they're still sending in a prison cell. While there's nothing there's nothing I could do about it until after the election. Anyway. So we we. And I actually think if you care the fact that we're having the conversation helps you know the That's the minute we stop saying their names and the minute we stop having the conversation. That's when they rot. Brock is taxation extortion. Taxation is also one of those interesting. You know questions I, mean obviously, it was not something that our founding fathers. Built into the system, it's something that you know came you know more about a little over one hundred years ago, and it's a system that seems to be out of control. So here's a here's here's. My view on a lot of systems you could if you double click on any aspect of the government and you going on that, call it that piece of the puzzle you start looking at your wow this looks unfortunately pretty messed up and this is unfortunate i. wish things were not like this I wish things you know smooth and things were done well. The TAX ONE IS SUPER INTERESTING Just, here's a couple of interesting data points. There's no single human being on earth that understands the tax code is so complicated. No one understands even a significant piece of it. It's so complicated that if you call up the IRS and say, Hey, I got this question on you know trying to find my tax returns the odds are I think something like fifty fifty if they will advise you to do something criminal. Because the irs won't even give you accurate advice half the time I mean, it's A. At what point is is the absurdity they're that we have to reevaluate things and so I look at a lot of systems kind of like buying a house. You know you. If you buy a house, you look at it. You say, do I wanNA, remodel it. You know what parts de Aqui for you knock it down and rebuild the government unfortunately when it does things, it doesn't actually remove anything when it remodels, it keeps adding and adding and adding, and if you're building equally inward and outward at the same time, you know after the amount of time that we've been building stuff eventually, you know you're in a one by one room cell in the center of your home. And with thirty foot walls government is insane and it's incentives are backwards and it's it's definitely crazy. Brock people want to learn more about you've got updates on your website and you've got town halls and I'm sure there are ways for people to help out if they've been inspired by you in some way, your website is brock dot vote and thanks for joining us here on Free Talk Live Oh by the way I, didn't hear the answer is extortion. Again. It's It's a conversation we need to have. Another one of those compensation clearly. 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It is free talk live. You can bring up whatever you want here. The toll free number is eight, fifty, five, four, fifty, free. That's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. With you in the studio here tonight, you've got Ian Aria and mark you know mark you're defending Brock Pierce there in the end of the last segment and his complete an inability, it seemed actually take a position. On, any of the questions that that we asked him throughout the entire hour and you actually compare them to Joe Jorgenson right at the end and I was surprised by that I didn't have much time left in the segment to rebut you. But when we interviewed Joe Jorgenson, she answered which I wasn't on nearly every single question the only one she kind of hemmed on. Question. Everything else she had a clear answer for and they were libertarian answers. What I was hearing front will brock pierce isn't running libertarian. Okay. But he does say liberty on the front page of his website says Liberty on the front page of every person you know. Biden and trump's websites to So. What I would say is that sounds to me like he's running a campaign that is different than things we've seen up to this point where he intends to give a voice to people to the chief executive in ways that they haven't seen before and. I I can say that the things that we're doing at this point aren't working. If I have to choose between brock and trump and Biden. But that won't be your choice. You will have Joe Jordan Johnson likely on the ballot. He had a new Hampshire it's very likely. I will have to take New Hampshire ballot. If I get to vote at all I will be taking new. Hampshire absentee ballot. I've done some research today and the this isn't legal advice, but it appears as though residents of the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands can vote absentee in the state in which they last left, but you wouldn't do that because voting is a total waste of time and it's the federal level. Well, I mean is it a waste of time not if that's what you WANNA do But you're like on the air all the time telling people who? Could tactically insignificant and I tell them that if they wanNA vote, they should vote if they don't WanNa vote, they should not. So you want to. Really make a big deal about this is the thing that I make a big deal about is, is that the only thing? All right let's hear the when it comes to voting is that people who do not like voting who think that you shouldn't vote because reasons okay. But let's just clarify. You've said a million times on the air. How insignificant the vote is somebody makes an federal election. Yep. You are going to go out of your way. I wrote an email to and you're gonNA pull an absentee ballot. You did research whole I expected to be sent to me you have to request it. Request. Ballot. You're sending an email to do research about this. So you can now spend time doing something that is. Talking about here. How much time do you put into it so far? Ten minutes okay. I mean the research I need to know these things but I'm curious right like I do want to vote I wanted to vote for some time one of the reasons I picked up and moved my life to New Hampshire was so that I could vote even though typically in. You Idiot. There's no particular reason I have a gray shirt on. Great, I'm because this is the one I picked out today life is full of choices and almost all of them are in significant. Just. Spend. Ten minutes picking out your shirt only to arrive at insignificantly colored one. I picked I. Spent more than ten minutes ordering the shirt. I don't spend ten minutes ordering a single article on. If I don't spend any time on the clothing I wear the clothing that I get this particular shirt I liked and I chose ten minutes though it probably takes a while to put in a credit card number and do those things. Okay, Laura Significant Act and voting. Yes. Sure. Tout of it. Yeah. The likelihood that I get anything right pulling an absentee valid voting I mean Joe Jorgenson. Will Get something the Libertarian Party or something you rick he's been waiting there online in Florida Rick you're on Free Talk Live Area. Let me get to speaker up. All right. For me Basically You UTECHT. I. Texted you or. Message. About what you thought about you know tick Tock Tick Tock yeah the. APP thing and and you NPR news source. And that's why I got a little upset and I thank you I it. Before. I'm not sure if he's talking to more than one person. Yeah. It's a good question to whom. You're three people there and they. Had Two or three because I. After I heard you on down near Daytona you're filming in because they were trying to fill in ninety, three five. Let's get to the question that you had so wrong. I think that that the the question that you have is used NPR's a new source. NPR's accredited one source of its government news source who I wouldn't call it credible. It's credible. SAY ARE S as much of a news sources any other bias news source? Well you quoted that night and that's why. I'm. So you're saying people should not use NPR to source news is that what you're saying sir? Yes I am actually but I. Think news is best source from is it? Fox. Boxes Okay. All right. What's by? Choice for wreck in Florida No. As a question. Question Chinese, Communist Party. Terrorists source and I, and I think you the Big Times back epic times is a good source if you WANNA go up. There, if you WANNA to talk about China Because the Chinese. You know and. Canada. By the Chinese government the epoch times is. Positioned by the Chinese to the Chinese government. So Okay Syria and supported the epoch times we're onboard with that one. GimMe another one. What's another good one for for Rick and Florida. Rick Florida Gateway Pundit. Gateway Pundit okay. Is that familiar? Breaking news site and well. Got some sort of news you want to talk about. We're happy to talk about it with toll free number. Here is eight, fifty, five, four, fifty, free. That's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. We never did get my opinion on the TIKTOK thing and. Bring outraged that sort of thing tiktok was. The trump was threatening to ban TIKTOK. Oh, that what about it and What I would say is an it's one of the top APPS in the world. Yeah I mean at this point in time at this moment in history, the Chinese Communist Party has become a greater threat than they have been previously because of consolidations and power that she has managed to get these sorts of things and. Win being an anti statist I'm of the opinion that that is the state that is of greatest threat to human liberty on the planet today really have they ever thrown Ross overcome prison. They haven't thrown Russell in prison, but they put and plenty of activists in presented a greater threat to your liberty than the United States government probably not unless I go over to their little took of land there but so. Not so much really the greatest threat to you at these you're saying to people elsewhere remember like the on ice one of people can't really they can't leave America Yeah Donald Trump know if you've heard but international travel is restricted and if you don't have a passport, you pretty much stuck Mexico's still taking you. That's true. Yeah. If you can get there. Yeah. If you've got a car. and Are you in favor of trump banning TIKTOK I. AM unsurprised at the political machinations that go on and the you know the overt aspects of like I'm not GonNa comment on things that I don't wrong. Is that you I was gonna say I was like, I was getting ready to complement mark and Casey actually came out with an opinion because he is a talk show host supposed to have opinions but it does sound like get infected by a politician. All right. I'll give you I'll give you a stress from this one any. Any company that comes out of China. I'm fine with them banning right now you out of your mind just ban all. Okay you. Know, you just call yourself an anti-state style against the state but when the states wanted when states one act like states, I hope that they get some more state. Okay. So let me see if. You'll get once the United States government starts spanning companies from a particular take more state. So you want the US government to be more like the Chinese government in order to protect you from the Chinese government what you're saying, cry. About the United States banning version came for the Chinese apps good and they came for the Communists Yeah Okay they came for the Nazis. Okay. Let them all go. You can have all your good luck man fifty, five, four, fifty, free. That's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. If they ever come after you I. Hope No one stands up for you I the commies and the. Chinese Communist Party to stand up for me to have some principles man if you want to actually. Of Freedom of speech I don't care. It to out of require them to I will stand up for anyone's freedom. It doesn't matter what their beliefs are more. Did you know you can support freedom of speech just by visiting shop. Dot. FREETALKLIVE DOT com you'll see links to Walmart Love Java News and more everyday. 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Well, I have to know what you said there his selection Biden selected her as the vice presidential pick. Here's my point on NPR I stopped counting at time six They announced her talk about what a big deal it was going to be because she was going to be the first African American Bosch prison if Biden's elected guess what guys she's not, African, American her dad's from Jamaica her mom's from India predict. He's from the ask you this guy why is that? All? You hear from CNBC, from MSNBC and CNN, and NPR and trucks that. These new sources you're talking about are actually trying to preempt calls by saying conservatives are going crazy about Kamala Harris is race and the you've got it backwards now. That's not right. It deserves aren't knowing crazy liberals who are going crazy. Oh you hear from these. And here's my big point. Her Dad was from Jamaica Okay I. Don't think he's aware of it or not, but her her dad's family some of the biggest slave owners in Jamaica. So. Here's my point. Here's my point guys. If Kamala Harris and other folks are for reparations to Kamala Harris not pay reparations. E. Should say that's a great point. And she's basically. Likelihood. Americans would all be paying for them black white? The point he's making is because her family was actually slavers. I don't know what my family did. Right like I have no idea. If there was anything like that in my family's history I'm sure a lot of us don't have that in our family histories at least but we know for a fact she does at least according to him and I've heard this elsewhere about her in which case she stayed in the family business because being an attorney general is basically being slave people in that role especially where she was out in California she shuffled God knows how many People of all colors into the California prison system. So, many people under her control when the you know whatever she was whatever departments of so called justice, she was running there. They put countless people behind bars, many of whom are victimless criminals and they turn them into slaves. When you put people behind bars, they become your. Unpaid, or slightly barely paid workers in that. If you don't work for the county like here in new, Hampshire if you don't work for the county, you're going to solitary confinement if you're working not getting paid and can't leave. Your slave. Thirteenth Amendment is pretty clear that somebody cannot be forced into indentured servitude. Unless they've been convicted of a crime now, what's really going to be entertained it in fact, the Thirteenth Amendment says that they're slaves to what's going to be really entertaining as watching people on the left who two months ago were rallying around the idea of cutting police departments and you know De Fund, the cops, and which is a good idea. Okay. They were rallying around these ideas focusing on the terrible abuse that the police commit against black people but also I would say of all people police will arrest and kill and. Destroy the lives of of anybody given the opportunity certainly poor people targeted more often than than the rich The police are doing that stuff and Kamala Harris was in charge of the police. So it's going to be interesting watching the back bending going on people explain why they're now voting for Kamala Harris because Joe Biden has already come out and supported the police in the whole during the black lives matter run up over the last few months. Biden made statements about how he supports the police. He doesn't support defunding the police he in fact, supports more funding. For the police now again. So does trump I'm sure. So which one of them is the bigger COP sucker I don't know but one of them's actual cop and that's Kamala. Harris. So I'm looking forward to seeing that somebody. Posted a tweet from and I don't know who it was. It might have been like a Hollywood star or some political guy on the on Air I. Think it was the on Air Chad apologize it's in our discord server I. Wish I. had it in front of me but it it showed this guy tweeting two years ago about how terrible Kamala Harris was, and then like two days ago he tweeted again about. How great she is. Yeah, it's amazing. The the shift just seeing the same face saying two completely different things. I did see that same tweet I guess if I'm forced into talking about Kamala Harris race, which apparently is what everybody wants to talk about. What I'd like to talk about is what had Kamala Harris do did Kamala Harris make the world a better place of by when she had the reins of power? In. Attorney General and I would suspect that she didn't. So if I'm supposed to care about her race in a don't. One would presume that other people do and did she make lives better because I hear that it's all about you know having a black running mate. Now let's just go ahead and take that premise dominant people that she put behind bars it Kamala Harris make the lives of black people in San Francisco better by forcing parents a by threatening parents with jail. For their kids not going to school for Truancy people who are the most vulnerable most difficult for to get to school She thought the best thing to do is to employ the stick of government as she called it to to to threaten people to get them to send their kids to well probably the worst school in the given geographic area. I Don I got nothing else to say. As to whether or not Kamala Harris is an African American or black well, she's clearly a partially black. So okay fine. Is, she's more than likely of African. American descent as well. Yeah. Okay. So African American was a huge. International. Trade I. Think it's interesting that they're trying to call her Asian in order to lock up the Asian vote when she's Indian I mean. Isn't that kind of insulting to Indians I mean are. Calling themselves. Asians. These days. What happened to the industry to Asia? It is Indian subcontinent and it's a unique place with its own unique history. I don't understand this it seems odd to me but. Until rug instead of judging a political candidates based on where their parents were from how `bout we judge them based on what their ideas are. If indeed, they're going to make take a position on an issue that's usually. Helpful. So Joe Biden at this point has rarely come out of his whole his basement in Delaware. Yeah. As even GONNA go to a debate well, supposedly. And cannot wait for this. I'm curious. Is Kamala Harris going to drag the Biden campaign out of the muck? 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We get the story about Uber Apparently California judge has ordered Uber lifted reclassify their drivers as employees, and apparently they may be leaving California as a result We can talk about that story but but I actually, I wanted to make some changes around here in the Studios I've been inspired by all this. Stuff that's really scary out there. Kovic very very. It could kill children I could kill your grandparents, it could kill you, and so therefore now we're going to be imposing a new system. Of, cleanliness here at the studios I'm just GONNA outlined the new requirements here for you affected immediately. We, going to have cleaning employees scored, Bill WE'RE GONNA have a cleaning employees clean anything that is needed to be cleaned after the use of anyone. Be cleaning the restroom after each use from our talent and clean the elevator. After each use the clorox wipes enhance sanitizers elevator. Here we're going to add one. Around the building for talent and crews, we're going to have clorox wipes and hand sanitizer everywhere signs will be around the building and the elevator to remind talent to use masks at all times. Masks are available for talent and crew. If needed gloves are also available medic will be on who checks temperatures and we'll be asking questions of talent. So you guys are going to need to be temperature checked in questioned every day. Area is cleared out before talent leaves the premises. Any item placed four talent outside there shooting studio, we'll be cleaned before the talent uses it. Kobe nineteen releases will be signed before the talent is a is doing their thing reduced staff will be around cast only bathrooms sequestered to one studio. We'll be sanitizing pens after each use and how the talent sanitize their hands. Before using the I wanNA know who's going to go running around and doing this stuff because we don't have any employees, we're hiring them. Collectively needed start with hiring cleaning there is no shortage of things that we can do to keep our talent safe collecting clean props or any items used during filming, maintain social distance mask off patrols. That's right we will have active. Security agents patrolling the premises to make sure that anyone with a mask off will be confronted and either giving Hannity, debating a security guard enough to work here I mean for God's sakes hand. What kind of mental abuse would it be for somebody to put on a badge, an old security guard outfit and walk around the Free Talk Live studios telling people to put massing change in here buddy and could tell him to F- themselves things are changing. This. Sounds like a social experiment worth. You Roll. This is cruel. All right. So this isn't actually a set of rules for our studio but what it is is the the explanation from the react channel I hadn't watched reacting in a while it's very busy channel and I don't have time to watch. It's react to an adult. Channel it's they big some entertaining videos over the years that I enjoyed here and there, but they are based in California. and. So I happen to watch one of their videos that they did. They do people react to this asinine list video no I suspect they would support it though given their in California and those people out there are freaking out but this was the list of things when you start the video, it says. Look below to see all the cleaning things we're doing to kick because. It's a big deal for them to have started doing their productions again there they bring in these these reactors from different parts of California number in, and they have everybody wants movie star to various different things, and so they're all in the same studio together, and so now that they're back, they feel the need to explain to all their viewers, the things they're doing. To keep their talents safe and keep people safe just to make sure that everybody knows. So I was like, Oh, I got to see this. So I went down and that that was it at and Oh. In the final item on the list are the list distribute air high fives because they've done something they're keeping people safe from cove and by the way this. Are, like almost ninety five percent of safer than like handshaking. So I mean if you really WanNa do something you can bump fists or. Wrists or whatever the heck you WANNA do. No Sir No. According to There was something on the newscast actually before one of our top of the hours I think was Fox. News. That was saying there's been another study done that shows that sixteen feet is instead of six feet, sixteen feet, airborne droplets or whatever particles were detectable well, at six testable doesn't mean go the viral load. Sufficient to give somebody a case of covid well, it doesn't matter mark because if you want to be the safest possible, it's going to need to be sixteen feet away and you want to be your car. You're going to need goggles. You just get a sailboat in don't come back. In a fishing rod and a sail boat and and come back in twenty twenty one and see how it is. Yeah. I don't think it's going to be much improved. No I don't think so it be worse at this point at. A number of the number of deaths isn't even reaching the peak of flu season doesn't matter everyone care people are scared they're. Scared. But at this point, they're not even scared of the flu season like it's. When you talked about this in March and you said, you know you talk about trump calling it the flu. Flow with the flu you know the people are just streaming. It's. Nobody said it was the flu except for basically the flu it's not the flu it's. Had A guy call in last night he said it felt like the flu. It's an illness could has. Upper respiratory infection it has some similarities to the flu it as far as a violent to. Yeah. It's corona virus. A cold is a corona virus. So there's some comparisons but at this point, it's not even killing as many people as dire logic does not apply it doesn't matter. It doesn't seem to matter I was actually I had to finally I had to do it after months of not ever having worn one of these awful medical authoritarian corporate masks. I I went to a bank and I wanted to send a wire transfer and there was no other way for me to do this. No online method there was no I couldn't do the drive through I couldn't do anything but go into the bank they didn't like my v Mask they said to me the manager says to me. Something like are you kidding kidding me? I said I'm here to send a wire transfer she she demanded that I put their their mask on. V for Vendetta Mask. She didn't explain now there's no, there's no explanation. This is knew covert America. Didn't matter did it now I see why you were trying to grill me over me choosing to spend ten minutes typing email to get an absentee ballot. You're angry at yourself why violating something that you consider to be your principles surrounding mass? Yes. But my mission to spread bitcoin overrode that that principle not trying to indict you my brother on. You in being mentally flexible enough to put on the mask. Oh, it was not easy and I was not happy about it. I was not trying to be mean to the the Nice Lady who was just doing her job or whatever I'm like look. I know you're just doing your job, but this is pretty dehumanizing basically essentially, it's the guy where. Basketball other man's face. Yeah. Why wasn't wearing at that point? It was on the top of my head are the rest of the time. But you know she started coming up with this sort of Gobbledygook about how she had a year old child she herself probably wasn't any older than thirty five, seven year old child is so incredibly unlikely am. I sort of said, well, you know. People just got sick and got over it. You know kids get sick people get sick you know either make through it or you don't that's the way it used to be and shoes seem to sort of acknowledge that and she she just like well, we've got to be good good citizens we've got to do. We've got to be obedient. She didn't say obedient we've got to be compliant or something like that, and she was just like rattling off all these compliance. Part of doing business with you or me as compliant with anything, the government wants to send today. Whether. We wear masks or not. So. It was disappointing. It was sad and I can totally understand why people don't WanNa wear these things it was it was awful. It was dehumanizing it was hot and it was exactly as bad as. Out as I expected it to be they didn't have air conditioning heats your face. So you had to have air conditioning but heats your face up by probably ten degrees. Sometimes it gets there's more coming up here in moments. This is free talk live. 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But how does it feel to a rape survivor? Well that's what the Guardian is at here cording to their story. When Georgina follows even contemplates putting on a mask. The flashbacks to her rape can be overwhelming and debilitating, and she's not alone rape survivors are among those voicing deep concerns about the stigma and ensuing mask rage attached to not wearing face covering and shops on transport and in other public places prompting calls for better recognition of legitimate reasons why people are exempt a number of rape and sexual abuse survivors of told the charity rape crisis that they're so scared of being confronted and verbally abused for not wearing face masks, they're avoiding places where they may be challenged. Sure. Quote a significant proportion of rape survivors had their mouths or noses covered or were choked or smothered as part of the abuse and violence that they experienced said the spokesperson for rape, crisis England and Wales. She said further covering their face and nose now can trigger flashbacks, panic attacks and severe anxiety. But wait a minute, they must hate their grandmother if they don't WanNa have a mask on. Severe distress is recognized by the government as a reason for legal exemption from the mandatory use of face coverings in this again in the UK. Where this story is coming out of but rape victims, just another instance where the liberals are eating themselves. Yep Rape Victims still fear they will be castigated while they certainly will be and it's absurd to because no one knows you're a rape victim just by looking at you. And these people will just look at you and say, Oh, you don't have a mask on you hate my grandparents, you WanNa Kill my children. Your murderer immediately bad and ostracized if you're not doing the signaling of putting them, ask on right what's wrong The Guardian one of the chief contributing factors to this fervor on the left about people not wearing masks. And horrible, they must be this is the first busy you guardian yeah. You're the reason these rape victims are hiding in their home scared to go out. Yeah. Well, they propagate it. They definitely propagated it. They assisted in this and now all of a sudden. Well, they figured out a reason why somebody might not want to wear a mask I. don't see anything wrong with. People learning from mistakes, and if they're if they're coming out and you know part publishing are this article, it is a step towards admitting error quote. There's a lot of assumptions that people who aren't wearing their masks or behaving that way because they're selfish stupid careless or a combination of all three this lack of awareness creating legitimate anxiety among rape survivor that if they go out. And about they might not be met with empathy and care. Palo's twenty, nine year old solicitor suffers from. Thing is, is that everybody who's upset with you going out? Without a mask is already out themselves, you know like the safest place to be. is in your home by yourself. So what are you doing out? Let's see if safer in prison. I don't think it is now. Well at their in isolation. Probably, not you'RE GONNA be right next. Door to some. Foul infected person quote for part of my rape he had his hand over my mouth as a result anything over my mouth even an oxygen mask contributor a flashback, and that's hugely distressing. Physically it feels like I'm back there again and he's raping me and I'm dying she said the distress she suffers amid flashbacks can be so severe that paramedics have felt it necessary to call the police to hold her down so they can sedate her. Because that's what you need to do with a rape victim who's having a frequent flashback as hold her down right this wrong with this what is wrong with these people quote it's absolutely know how to treat people with mental health issues. Horrendous. I would like to be able to wear mask not just for my own health but because I don't WanNa make other people feel uncomfortable but even the thought of putting on a mask makes me very, very panicky. Well, it's not all about you. Is it little missy you gotTa Watch where a mask to protect other people about grandma. When she tried to get her hair cut after lockdown, another customer interrogated her about her lack of a mask refusing to accept her reply that she was exempt quote. She told me that was ridiculous that I and I and said, I had no proof I cried all the way home. She truly believed I was a self-centered ignorant girl who didn't give an s about anybody else I felt completely worthless unquote. Yeah. This'll mask thing really gives people who are. You know wanting to get off and other people's business and. Since then whenever she's tried to go to an enclosed public space without a mask, she has been challenged she is now avoiding all shops and public transport, which since she has, no car is severely restricting to where she can go. She says quote I can't see my family who live two hours away. If I WANNA go anywhere I. have to Walk Unquote. So she is she's been run out of every public space. She's been buy some Harridan. Some awful human being who is just absolutely verbally assaultive. Towards her she fears could leave her vulnerable to another attack given the chance to walk everywhere. She was dragged off the street by her rapist and so spends a lot of time alone in her bedroom. She says quote I've tried so hard to rejoin life again as it were but it feels like it's all been taken away again unquote she has contacted her and p local councillor and mayor to urge them to mount a public awareness campaign about the legitimate reasons for mask exemptions but received no response. I talk right everybody don't care. Touch this because it's It's electric on both ends. She has waived her right to anonymity to raise awareness. She says, people feel like they have the right to challenge you and that's awful. You wouldn't look at me and no I'd been raped but I was and it's a huge problem for me I spend most of my time trying to forget what happened to me. I, don't need to be challenged about this three or four times a day just trying to live my life. All it does is remind me of something I'm desperately trying to forget. Rape crisis wants shops and public transport companies to display signs and remind customers. Their legitimate reasons people may not be wearing masks which may not always be visible and obvious and discourage customers from challenging each other I mean if the if a customer comes into your place of business and they start being hostile or belligerent to other customers, you ask the belligerent personal leave I don't care if they're wearing a mask and wearing a massive, they're on the same team of there belligerent to your customers. That's not okay. This whole thing is, is not okay. This whole idea that people can be crappy to other people because of you know what thing that they've decided not decided to adorn themselves with I mean it is so. Where the hell they're dacles are Yup. Great. They want where your mask is where you're going. To see that, have you seen any? people around I have not dude if I did I would have shown you the pitcher by now I saw a guy wearing an actual gas mask working at the New Hampshire liquor store was he was an employee? Yeah he's long haired Dude but was he trolling the I don't know because an employee tried to wear. Wearing it ironically. Okay. I don't know what's he wait just to be clear he was an employee he was playing with boxes of Liquor House. That's. See now, that's probably just somebody trolling, but you don't know unless you ask I got. Her masked. Oh, it didn't. I. Couldn't wear at work at tried like wearing it to Walmart or anyway it's it's a bit ostentatious. Wait you. You're you don't WanNa wear something Austin -tations. So. This is tear down the street. Street theatre. It's terrible. What's what's going on out there and? I don't know if it's going to get better anytime soon I know Conan was saying he thinks it's going to be the cause of the civil war I don't know if that's going to be. It's constantly looking for a civil war but I think this mask crap is here to stay for years. It's just off. Well. Okay. So I support people being able to wear masks. SHERP people should be free to make a choice about themselves. Their businesses. Yeah. They should be right. But that's not what we're seeing seeing mandates the city of keene criminal enterprise as it is went ahead and passed a mask mandate last week it's been quite a week. It's was last Thursday night they passed it there's going to be a protest scheduled. This weekend here in keene and there are a lot of business owners who are quietly unhappy with this from what I understand I've heard things and it's just the thing is a business. Owners are too afraid to do anything about it. Because the mask people are out there and they are an economic weight they spend money they are out shopping and they wanNA feel safe. So we got run out of our Sunday night hang out as a result of that. Basically I mean they said, they still want to sell us some food obviously, but they don't want us inside with masks without masks on. So that's a nonstarter. From outside and they bring it. 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Get to choose when they decide to go to work and when they decide to stop being at work those are generally considered contr how much work they're going to do, and what range that they wanna do work in and all these kinds of things that that function by Eddie definition. I've ever heard for a contractor now employees. And that means a lot. To, be an employee and that's that means that there you have to do all the things that. Companies can have employees are mandated to do for their employees like provide health insurance and provide you know whatever other 401k's in all this other mandatory present actually mean that no, it couldn't. Because I don't have to do business there. Right if they're going to sit right. But in they're going to do business there they have to treat their people as employees but which. Of these people who call themselves, the state of California these deranged lunatics that think that that somehow they are the center of the World I. Mean You Uber Does It need them? They could just go away. Well I mean, Yeah Uber. Could just go away. They probably have a few offices in California they may have to close down Or started their. California could always just been TIKTOK. Yeah. They could. That's a whole other question I'll bet bit Uber doesn't get to do business in China. What are you baton? I know mark. If you really WanNa find out, you don't have to bet you can go look I've ever has a map where they show you all the the countries in which they do business they have quite a few of them last I recall, but it could be that China doesn't have them anyway uber according to CNBC DOT COM may shutdown temporarily four months if a court does not overturn a recent ruling requiring them to classify their drivers as full time employees co Dara. Kosor Shawqi said in an interview with Stephanie Rule on Wednesday on MSNBC. He said if the court doesn't reconsider in California, it's hard to believe we'll be able to switch our model to full time employment quickly he said and would it be worth them doing at all is really the question because he wasn't at the Uber and lift drivers who initiated this law sell some of them I mean basically what happens is there's a certain industry out there of. Unions and they want to have more you know control, they want to have more members right? They WANNA have more people contributing to their union such and so they would love to union is. The Uber and lift drivers, and so they recruit from. People who already are familiar with them right? Like they tell their buddies or whatever. Hey, you know. Go get a job with Uber or get a gig with with Uber Geek with lift and then you'll have standing to. You'll have you'll be able to join our. We want to bring a lawsuit against Uber, but we need our people in there so we can bring the lawsuit on your behalf. If you have enough. Contractors. One of them's going to be dissatisfied now everybody was, and if you can if Camilla. Then can email one, hundred, thousand Uber Drivers or whatever and California. You'll find a handful of them who are like I'd like free healthcare. The problem is they're not likely to get it. Because Uber will just leave right I mean. So this is the cutting off your nose in order to spite your face sort of thing that you've been worried about your whole life. Well, right and that's why I think the thick conspiracy theory that it's actually perhaps taxicab unions that are ultimately behind this. Is, I think a valid conspiracy theory because they would love to have uber leave and we're at the very least be regulated into the dirt. Yeah. Probably what will happen is is that some ridesharing absol- run in the grey market until they get found out and then they'll go and then another one spring up and they'll go and just be the sort of merry go round of people in the know and having the right. APP. Could be. Uber and lift both have about a week to appeal, and they're going to a preliminary injunction granted by California judge Monday that will prohibit the companies from continuing to classify their drivers as independent workers. Following the order will require Uber lift provide benefits and unemployment insurance for their workers. which would mean they would have to completely change how they do their business. Okay. I've been compelled completely breaks Uber's model direct. They're not up to give drivers a schedule. Okay. So one of the benefits of Uber is like you were saying earlier mark you get to say your schedule. So this is why a lot of people will do this in their off time they got they've got another job that they work forty hours a week or whatever, and then on the weekends they drive for Uber or at night or in the mornings or whatever it is they're not at their job and they got time they drive for Uber or they drive for lift or they drive for both a lot of them have accounts on both or an lift, and they'll have them running. was running at the same time. Phone or whatever, and and so this is a way for people to make some extra money and it's convenient because they can do it on their own schedule well, if you're an employee. Then Uber gets to set your schedule right. Then you don't get to decide anything anymore suddenly many of the benefits of being a contractor go away. Correct. Now one of the other benefits of being a contractor is you bring your own tools to the job. Now, in theory, company could provide you with some tools but generally, the rule is like in the case Uber Lift, you provide the car, you provide the car whereas a taxi cab company they provide you the taxi correct. Now, who provide you your schedule? That's right. Yeah I mean when I worked as a taxicab Dan and you take the calls, they send you on right like if you're a driver and they send you somewhere and you're like, no thanks. There's not gonNA last. Yeah. There's not going to be too I. Don't know how that would work with uber either do you can't you can't keep turning down rides with Uber and lifting expect to continue getting them right. But you could still turn down some on occasion like if. I be kind of curious as to what would happen when I was driving cab. I did never turn down a ride. There were drunk rides that at the end of it I wish I had an but you know at the beginning I had I never turned down a ride? But I. Don't know what it would have been like if had I said, I don't feel safe I'm not going but I did set up early on Hey. I'm working when I feel like working and you know they put me on the schedule and at some point or another the guy at the you know the dispatcher and be like, who do you think you are and I'm like I think I'm leaving when I said I'm leaving because that's what I arrange when I started. Well Yeah. If you arrange that in the beginning, then maybe they'll respect it and give you the kind of schedule that that you want. But then again, drivers are easy to find the right they did and they didn't. Nobody told this guy basing. Well, look there's plenty of people out there who are willing to drive and if you are to demanding, they'll just be like well, you probably are good driver but so's he didn't take him over here. He's to work more. So now, you have to deal with that as employees if Uber and lift were to actually stay in California and right now There's there's a story here saying that lift has joined Uber in their pledge to leave California if indeed things do not go their way now lifted uber on the same side or they've been that way before me I understand where they're coming from this also keeping the state of California exactly what it wants them to leave. Well, that's the only option New York and California. They hate these GIG apps they hate uber lift. They hate airbnb they hate all. Yes. That's right. That's why people are leaving New York and California you know working class people are having a difficult time making these places and it's amazing. The New York is is is stunning I mean like why people are staying in a place that ice falls from sky and has the most Toronto government I don't get it. From the sky here I understand, but we don't have the. Government and I'm glad it drives out the commies. 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Is Free Talk Live. You're invited to join us here the toll free numbers eight, fifty, five, four, hundred, fifty free like freedom. That's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three we have the discord Colin, line rooms and you can join us in there. You'll sound almost like you're sitting here in studio with US tonight it's Ian Aria and mark. We're talking about the California judge who's decided that Uber and lift and presumably every other ridesharing company. There in California will have to treat their drivers as employees There is a ten day window of time where the order from the judge is stayed until to give them opportunity to to put it in Peel's which they are intending to do There's also another potential ballot measure that there will mention here in a moment that could have an effect on this this November. So there's still some you know. Some plates that are a spinning up in there. But we'll tell you a little bit more about what is happening and you can share your thoughts specially if you are a driver for either of these services, are you working in California and how do you feel about this arrangement your contract you your agreement because it wasn't really a contract considering Uber can change at any time they like that's a whole other question. You could read it. If you wanted to and I can change it, it's probably too long and then they can change it. So it really doesn't matter what it says terms of service. which again, they can change it anytime, which is the way it is for most corporations but regardless now that contract is being changed by Uber or lift but being changed by the government of California, who is now saying, well, it's no longer contract for contractors service. It's now going to be you're an employee whether you like that or not, and we can talk more about that coming up here but let's go to the phones and to the fun the moment you've all been waiting for James Arizona. What was dumb fight for me will you fight for me? For me. I love how you buy in your own Egomania on the air. What do you mean? Ugliest But how you said you would fight for anybody. You already some. Lunatic, that's right. I even let a lunatic. Your head. A lunatic were to put a bullet in your head with the cops. Or anybody in Keene New Hampshire care. Only they would. That's kind of thing. Is this is a dangerous sort of. Thought Process that you have that somehow dangerous man can kill somebody and get away with it because that person is that unpopular he wasn't sitting on overhead. Yes I understand he didn't say that but he alludes to it. Right you call me. Your family, how are they doing your ugly wife and child who literally should not even exist how? Does that mean my child shouldn't exist. I mean, who are you are you got chosen angel to determine who gets to exist and who does it what kind of demented world you live in? Anybody that knows anything about justice knows you never should've been let out of bars. You'd never you forgave me on the air if you don't remember that remember. Wanted to get on the air. So badly, you were like I think people should be forgiven because they should and the Bible's pretty clear about it and now really good at controlling the conversation when I'm trying to answer question your son shouldn't exist. You should have never been out of bars you never should've been left. So what does that? Tend to it. What are you GonNa? What are you? GonNa do about my son not supposed to exist. James. What are you GONNA do. If a lunatic or to shoot you in the head, I wouldn't worry about that person date I, understand you don't. What I wasn't GonNa send out a thank you card to you either. Thanks for the call James and Arizona. You've got a problem with the I'm happy to take it up with an arbitration organization anytime you want his. Give him money remember right? He's. Me Wait a minute he's called before and said pay me. I'd be like how much Right what she wants say I've given him plenty of Saito. She's James You. I gave him like two cents where the crypto on online you tip. TIP tip out. It's all that is way nicer than you had to be. Very, generous of you might have couple of cents. Well. They're gonNA need more than a couple sense to fight this in court there in California. God knows how much Uber Lift of already had to pay I mean, can you imagine what the percent percentage of their business goes to the legal team? I mean it's got to be huge. They're fighting so many different legal battles at any one moment with so many different states and nation states and no, he's not imagine. I mean, it's got to be a huge chunk of every years budget for Uber going to just attorneys. and. So now in California, a man in a robe has decided that Auburn lift both have to start trading their their contractors as employees but rather than classified drivers employees this from CNBC DOT com the Uber. has advocated for what he calls a a third way that would maintain drivers independence while allowing companies to provide some protections without risking being viewed as fulltime employees. He wrote an op Ed for the New York Times saying gig companies such as Uber could pay into a fund that workers could dip into for time paid off or healthcare benefits based on the number of hours that they work. He said that his plan B. IF UBER can't win on appeal would be temporarily service. Do I not just go ahead and pay the people what you're going to pay them because I mean this fund that he's talking about? The average American irresponsible and they won't still have that money when they need it. Well, that's their problem it is. To persuade the court. Okay. Look at California courtroom doesn't deal with economics variable don't. So you know this money that is going to come from this pool that this Uber CEO has suggested is going to come from one of two places. It's going to come from out of the paychecks of the Uber driver currently right now or it's GonNa come out of Uber's prophets. It's GonNa. Come from drivers his terribly profitable does no they lose money. Yeah. It's GonNa come from the driver's. So when I started with Uber I had a very short career with Uber as the local hairs. Well what they did was the local haters complained about me driving for Uber and despite the fact that had five stars, they put me on what they call a wait list for nine months while they dodged emails about what was going on how I could help them with whatever investigation they were doing about me to alternately cancel my my driving account with them. After nine months of waiting. So that, you particularly needed the job driving for Uber. Let in that timeframe. Why would you take up a job driving for Uber because I wanted to? Okay Fair. He's odd man there was at the time. At the time, there was Uber Activism going on in New Hampshire. There was a lady out in the sea coast who was being targeted because she was driving for Uber She's being targeted by the regulators and being targeted by the cabbies and so something to t to do because of the situation that was sort of going on I wanted to get a feel for what it was like. Driving for Uber and so I did I drove in Manchester in. Intelligently about it. Useful to at time so. Anyway as a as a driver for Uber when I started there were they were paying out eighty percent. Of whatever the you know fee was for the ride, the driver would get eighty percent. The twenty percent would go to Uber and they would pay their attorneys in whatever other. That they do with the the twenty percent. And so yeah, Mark. That's where it would come out in the time. The short timeframe that I was a driver, they actually cut that eighty percent down to seventy five percent. So it's got to be no more than seventy, five percent today in probably four or five years since I was driving for them right? Now, there's no company that's going to just up the amount for no reason. Free number tonight eighty, five, four, fifty free. And I suspect that little fund that he's talking about would only be for California drivers or any places where they've. Cracked down like this, eighty, fifty, five, four, fifty, three. 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All right we go to Brad. He's in Texas. You're on free talk live Hello Brad. You're on the air. So I might premise is I I'm an engineer. And I have a lot of good ideas. But also have two kids. And I need to have health shirts. All right so Because of that, I have to work for a corporation or somebody who can provide that. And I would love to not work for operation and. I don't know how to do that without You know the United States. Yes good question. Would you not work for a corporation without the United States government? I. Don't think I under even understand the question is is the statement here so You GotTa Remember The qualifier that he needs health insurance, right? Yeah. And if left to their own devices, I mean the prior to the affordable care act we saw the small businesses. Are Not particularly inclined to pay out the cost to provide their employees with health insurance is that the issue? Exactly. Okay. So if I. If I may the government created the problem that it been solved. This is how would it does every single time right? Government had a a income tax, ninety percent income tax on at some point in its past and companies were forced to offer perks rather than money be a to their top executives wants their top executives. Got It then. Trickled on down to you know the the workers underneath and and that sort of thing until it became sort of this premise, the idea that a corporation should be that that your employer should be paying for your healthcare is really kind of ridiculous. You should. But the problem is, is that healthcare has gotten so expensive because of government mandates and all these other things that you can't pay for it. So we're all in this sort of catch twenty, two that the government created and now it's here to save us. Exactly and and my my problem now is that I can't escape from the system. So I I must provide as a good father I must provide healthcare to my children. And the only way that I can afford that. is to work for cooperation or make tons of money which I can't do that without You, know working for a corporation or working or Kinda Man I'm not sure that's true. So have you checked into healthshare programs. I have and It's not the level of care that I need. Okay. Well, my understanding of the healthshare is they'll offer whatever level of care you need and the costs are significantly lower for whatever it costs you for whatever cost you're willing to provide. So you know that that that's more than if I decided to leave my corporate job which pays very well. I don't know that I could provide that level of care. Okay. I. Don't know that you could or couldn't either. But we don't have. I guess as a father. You know why haven't paid much attention to insurance at all because well, you know you'll. We'll try to pay at whatever it is when it comes along and. Really, the government's never going to let kids go without health care. So they're already catching that They've already got that social safety net in place. And and maybe video social safety news only need. At some at some level. Something like Medicaid something along those lines. This is what the problem they created remember. I remember very well. Yes. I. Mean. If we if we didn't have this licensing system only allowed people to get like a four year degree and

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